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“A vehicle may not be stopped or parked [...] at a junction or within a distance of ten metres from the closest edge of an intersecting carriageway.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)
Run-through of the alternative answers:
- Yes, as long as I turn around and park on the right-hand side in the direction of travel.
– Wrong. See the quote from the Road Traffic Ordinance. It is however true that you may not park facing against the direction of travel.
- Yes, as long as there are no road signs that prohibit parking in this area.
– Wrong. See the quote from the Road Traffic Ordinance.
- No, because it is a junction.
– Correct. The arrow is pointing to an area that is part of the junction, where parking is not permitted.
- No, because there is a road sign that prohibits parking.
– Wrong. All the signs visible in the video apply to other areas. The rule concerning not parking at a junction does not need to be reinforced by the use of signs.
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