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How great must the distance between your vehicle and the continuous line be for you to be able to stop here?

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A vehicle may not be stopped or parked [...] alongside a continuous line that marks the boundary between lanes if the distance between the vehicle and the line is less than three metres, unless there is a dashed line between the vehicle and the continuous line.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)

Stopping in a regular private car at this place is almost certainly not permitted. A regular private car has a width of around 2 metres. Use the width of the car ahead as a comparison – the distance will not be less than 3 metres.

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