You want to drive towards A. Are you obliged to indicate to the right?
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The fact that you are leaving the road shown with a bold line does not affect whether or not you should use your indicators – this is only affected by whether you are turning at a junction or not.
It is true that the road bends slightly to the right. However, it must still be considered that you are “continuing straight ahead”. This is reinforced by the use of the road sign:
If it was the case that you were turning right at a junction (and would therefore need to indicate to the right), this version of the sign would be used:
To take yet another example – Imagine the road looked like this:
You would then not be able to indicate to the right, because that could be interpreted as if you intended to turn to the right. Conclusion: when the line points straight ahead, do not indicate.
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