Which statement is true when you are waiting for the pedestrian to pass?
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The obligation to give way not only means that you must allow somebody to pass – you must also indicate your intention to give way.
“Drivers who have an obligation to give way must clearly show their intent to do so by, in good time, reducing their speed or stopping. The driver may only drive on if, with consideration to the positioning of other road-users, the distance to them, and their speed, doing so does not cause any danger or obstruction.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)
In many cases, it may be fine to slowly creep forwards. But if you notice that the pedestrian hesitates, you must stop. You may know that you have no intention of colliding with the pedestrian, but how can the pedestrian know this?
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