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Which statement is true at this junction?

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The priority-to-the-right rule: “When the paths of two vehicles intersect with each other, drivers are obliged to give way to the vehicle coming from the right” (Road Traffic Ordinance).

Run-through of the alternative answers:

  • Traffic coming from the left must give way to me, because the priority-to-the-right rule applies.
    – Correct. If there are no other instructions, the priority-to-the-right rule applies.

  • Traffic coming from the left must give way to me, because the road from the left is ending.
    – Wrong. The ‘ending’ of the road does not affect the priority-to-the-right rule.

  • I must give way to traffic coming from the left, because the road has this kind of layout.
    – Wrong. The layout of the road does not affect the priority-to-the-right rule.

  • Because there are no road signs, there is nothing to regulate the obligation to give way at this junction.
    – Wrong. If there are no road signs, the priority-to-the-right rule applies.

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