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You are driving at 90 km/h. Are you permitted to increase your speed and pass car A without changing lanes?

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The overhead road signs are digital variants of:

Speed limit (C31)

The Road Sign Ordinance states that: “Road signs and supplementary information panels may be illuminated. Text and symbols may then be illuminated in white against a dark background. Borders, diagonal lines and other red parts of the road sign or supplementary information panel are however always illuminated in red.

There are also other digital variants that only recommend a lower speed, but these do not have a red ring around them.

The speed limit is therefore above 70 km/h, which means that the exception that permits overtaking on the right-hand side is not valid. There are additional exceptions where overtaking on the right-hand side is permitted:

In the following situations, it is not considered to be overtaking when a vehicle in one lane passes a vehicle in another lane
1. if the carriageway has two or more lanes for travel in the same direction and dense queues have formed in all lanes,
2. if the carriageway is divided into lanes for different destinations that are marked by means of lane direction signs, or
3. if the vehicles have been placed in separate lanes in connection to a junction.

(Road Traffic Ordinance)

The situation in the video does not fulfil any of these conditions. Passing A on the right-hand side is therefore not permitted.

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