Would you have an obligation to give way if a vehicle approaches from the right at the junction seen at the end of the video?
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You are not driving on a priority road (no such signs are visible, and this is not mentioned in the question). This means that the priority-to-the-right rule applies. The fact that it is a private road does not affect the priority-to-the-right rule.
A factor that can affect the priority-to-the-right rule is if the road to the right is considered to be an exit road or similar. This would, however, need to be obvious. In this situation, the roads appear to generally be of the same standard (minor roads with little traffic), and there is nothing to suggest that the road on the right could be considered to be an exit road.
The priority-to-the-right rule: “When the paths of two vehicles intersect with each other, drivers are obliged to give way to the vehicle coming from the right”. (Road Traffic Ordinance)
There is also a driving licence book online (2024).
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