You have changed your mind and now wish to continue straight ahead instead of turning left. Are you permitted to abort the turn and move back to the right-hand lane again?
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Lane selection arrows (M19)
“The marking indicates, for the nearest junction, the appropriate route in the designated lane. If the lane is demarcated with a solid lane line, the driver is to follow the direction or directions indicated by the arrow.”
Because the lane is demarcated with a continuous lane line, you must follow the direction of the arrow and complete the turn. You may then find an appropriate place to turn around.
But the continuous line ends just a few metres ahead. May I not drive forwards a little, and then change to the right-hand lane?
– No. That space is for traffic coming from the left. Despite the opening, your lane is still considered to be demarcated by the continuous lane line.
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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