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Which statement is true in this situation?

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A driver who has the obligation to stop or who shall stop due to a traffic signal must stop at the Stop line.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)


Direction to be followed (D1)
The signs indicate that vehicles may only be driven in the direction of the arrow or, in the case of two arrows, in either arrow's direction. The symbol is adapted to the conditions of the location.

Run-through of the alternative answers:

  • I must stop at the Stop line or at the traffic signals. When the signals change to green, I must turn right because the road is one-way.
    – Wrong. You must stop at the Stop line, not at the signals. The road to the right is not one-way.

  • I must stop at the Stop line. When the signals change to green, I must turn right because this is the mandatory direction of travel.
    – Correct.

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