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You intend to turn right at the junction. Which statement is true?

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Warning for a junction where road users on a connecting road are obliged to give way or stop (A29)

Run-through of the alternative answers:

  • I must wait for a green signal before I can turn.
    – Wrong. Because the traffic signal is not showing any lights, it is either turned off or out of order. You must therefore follow the road signs that are displayed.

  • Road-users on connecting roads have an obligation to give way or stop.
    – Correct, in accordance with the road sign before the junction.

  • I have an obligation to stop before I can turn, because the traffic signal is out of order.
    – Wrong. No Stop sign is displayed. The Stop line is part of the traffic signal.

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