You intend to continue straight ahead. Do you have an obligation to give way to the car that is reversing?
The driver who is reversing has an obligation to allow you to pass, in accordance with two different rules in the Road Traffic Ordinance:
“A driver may only turn around or reverse if this can be done without causing a hazard or an obstruction to other road-users.”
“A driver also has an obligation to give way to any vehicle when its path crosses their own path when the driver joins a road [...] from a parking space.”
The priority-to-the-right rule does not apply when reversing. It is always the driver who is reversing who must allow all others to pass.
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