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Which statement is true in this situation?

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Run-through of the alternative answers:

  • I have an obligation to give way to vehicles approaching from A.
    – Wrong. A is an exit, which means that any vehicle emerging from A has an obligation to give way to you.

  • Vehicles emerging from A do not have an obligation to give way to me.
    – Wrong. Note that the answer includes the words “do not”. Any vehicle coming from A has an obligation to give way to you, in accordance with the exit rule.

  • Parking in front of A is permitted.
    – Wrong. “A vehicle may not be parked [...] on a road in front of an entry road to a property or so that vehicle traffic to or from the property is significantly obstructed.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)

  • Stopping in front of A is permitted.
    – Correct. Stopping at A (e.g. in order to drop off a passenger) is not prohibited.

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