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You intend to continue straight ahead over the junction. Which statement is true in this situation?

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The amber signal means that you must stop, so it is not merely a preparatory warning. There is, however, one exception – see the quote from the Traffic Sign Ordinance below.


Amber (SIG4)
Stop. A vehicle may not pass the stop line or, if there is no such line, the signal, unless it has come so far when the signal changes from green to amber that it cannot stop without risk. A signal with an outlined arrow only applies to the direction (or directions) of travel indicated by the arrow.

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