You come to a junction with stop sign. Visibility in all directions is very good and it is clear that there is no intersecting traffic. Do you have to stop at the stop line?
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“A driver who is obliged to stop or shall stop due to a traffic signal is to stop at the stop line.” (Swedish Road Traffic Ordinance)
You must always stop when you are obliged to stop. Violating the obligation to stop is often deemed to be as serious as running a red light. Your driving licence can be revoked directly on the scene if you are “easy-going” and continue rolling forward instead of stopping!
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