Which statement is true concerning the road straight ahead?
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Road Traffic Ordinance:
“Vehicles may not be driven at a speed that exceeds walking pace. [...] Motor vehicles may not be driven on a pedestrian street for any reason other than to cross the street. Such vehicles may, however, be driven on pedestrian streets if this is necessary for
1. the delivery of goods to or from shops or equivalent on the pedestrian street,
2. the transporting of goods or residents to or from an address on the pedestrian street,
3. the transporting of guests to or from a hotel or equivalent on the pedestrian street, or
4. the transporting of sick or disabled persons to or from an address on the pedestrian street.”
There is also a driving licence book online (2023).
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