You are driving in an area where parking is prohibited. Are you permitted to park at point A?
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The important road sign in this situation is:
“The panel with the arrow pointing down means that the indication ends there.”
This means that the ‘Parking’ sign does not apply at point A. The next parking sign is placed a few metres further ahead, after which parking is again permitted.
This seems strange. Why would it be signed in this way?
– The road is narrow. Presumably the intention is that there will always be a gap between the parked cars in order to facilitate meetings with oncoming cars. This would explain why parking is forbidden for the space of a few metres, before again being permitted.
It is difficult to read the conditions that apply to parking on the signs.
– In this instance, the conditions are not important. There is nothing in the conditions that will permit you to park after the additional information panel with the downwards arrow.
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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