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You intend to continue straight ahead at the junction. Which statement is true with regard to the traffic signals?

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The red arrow only applies to those intending to turn left. You are driving in one of the two lanes that continue straight ahead at the junction (which is made clear by the sign above the road). These two lanes have a green light.


Green (SIG3)
Vehicles may continue straight ahead. A green arrow indicates that the signal applies to the direction in which the arrow points. Vehicles may be driven in the arrow’s direction even if another signal is showing at the same time.


Red (SIG1)
Stop. Vehicles may not pass the stop line or, in the absence of such, the signal. A signal with an arrow outline only applies to the direction or directions indicated by the arrow.

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