Which statement is true at this junction?
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You are driving on a priority road, which can be seen from this road sign:
Vehicles that intend to drive onto the priority road are subject to this rule: “A driver who drives from one road onto another road that is a priority road [...] has an obligation to give way to vehicles on the road that the driver intends to drive onto” (Road Traffic Ordinance).
Isn’t the second answer also correct?
– No. That states that: “Vehicles coming from the right do not have an obligation to give way to me”.
Wouldn't vehicles coming from the right also have an obligation to give way to me?
– Yes. Sometimes however the correct answer focuses on a specific element. All of these statements are correct:
It would, however, be incorrect to say that:
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