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Which statement is true at the moment the video ends?

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  • Stopping is forbidden, because the road is a priority road.
    – Wrong. It is forbidden to park on a priority road, but stopping is permitted.

  • Stopping is forbidden, because I am driving on a bridge.
    – Wrong. There is no such prohibition.

  • Stopping is permitted, as long as doing so does not cause a hazard or an unnecessary obstruction for traffic.
    – Correct. The Road Traffic Ordinance states that: “A vehicle may not be stopped or parked [...] at such a place or in such a manner that causes a hazard or an unnecessary obstruction or disruption to traffic”.

  • Stopping is permitted, but only to pick up or drop off passengers or for the loading or unloading of goods.
    – Wrong. Stopping is permitted, regardless of the reason.

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