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Which statement is true in this situation?

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Red flashing light (SIG16)
Stop. A vehicle may not pass the stop line or, in the absence of such, the signal.


Stop line (M13)
The marking indicates where a vehicle should be stopped according to a road sign or traffic signal.


Give way line (M14)
This marking indicates the line that a vehicle should not pass when the driver is observing the obligation to give way.

Run-through of the alternative answers:

  • I have an obligation to stop, and must stop at the Stop line before entering the roundabout.
    – Wrong. The Stop line is part of the traffic signal, and you are only obliged to stop if the signal is flashing red.

  • If the traffic signals are flashing red, I may not pass the Stop line.
    – Correct. The Traffic Sign Ordinance states: “Stop. A vehicle may not pass the stop line or, in the absence of such, the signal.

  • If the traffic signals are flashing red, I may not pass the Give way line.
    – Wrong. It is the Stop line that you may not pass.

  • I may not pass the Stop line while observing my obligation to give way to traffic on the roundabout.
    – Wrong. The Stop line is part of the traffic signal, and you are only obliged to stop if the signal is flashing red.

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