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You intend to continue straight ahead. Which statement is true, with regard to the traffic signal showing S.

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S (SIG8)
Stop. Vehicles and trams may not pass the Stop line or, if such is absent, the signal.

This type of traffic signal is for public transport vehicles (buses and trams) that are travelling in the left-hand lane.

You are not permitted to drive in the left-hand lane, because this prohibitory sign is showing:


Keep left/right (D2)
The signs indicate that vehicles may only drive past the sign where the arrow is pointing or, in the case of two arrows, where the arrows are pointing. The symbol is adapted to the conditions of the location.

There is also another indication that the signal does not apply to you. Traffic signals that apply to you are normally positioned on the right-hand side. “Vehicle signals are placed on the right-hand side of the road, carriageway or lane. If there is a specific reason, a signal may be placed on the left-hand side instead.” (Road Sign Ordinance)

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