Intersecting traffic has an obligation to give way to you at the junction shown at the end of the video. Does this mean that you are driving on a priority road?
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The fact that there is an obligation to give way to you at several consecutive junctions does not automatically mean that the road you are driving on is a priority road.
When taking a theory test, you can only be sure that a road is a priority road if this is stated in the question or if you can see this road sign in the video:
But if intersecting traffic has an obligation to give way to me at two junctions in a row, doesn't this usually mean that the road I am driving on is a priority road?
– In many cases this may be true, but not always. In this example, the road you are driving on is not actually a priority road.
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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