Does the priority-to-the-right rule apply at this junction?
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This question is tricky for two reasons. The first reason is that it can be difficult to see that the intersecting road is a priority road (see the road sign on the right-hand side, at the end of the video):
Because it is a priority road, the priority-to-the-right rule does not apply. You have an obligation to give way to all traffic on the intersecting road.
The second reason that this is a tricky question is that this road sign is not displayed:
Give way (B1)
“The sign indicates that a driver is obliged to give way to a vehicle on the intersecting road”.
This road sign is normally displayed before you join a priority road. For whatever reason, this sign is missing at this junction. Note however that this does not affect your obligation to give way, because the obligation to give way is regulated in the Road Traffic Ordinance:
“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”.
There is also a driving licence book online (2022).
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