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You are driving on a priority road, which is indicated by this road sign at the start of the video:
Priority road (B4)
Run-through of the alternative answers:
- It is too close to a junction.
– Wrong. The minimum distance is 10 metres. It is clear that the distance to both the junction ahead and the junction behind is more than that. A distance of 10 metres is roughly the same as 2 car-lengths.
- The road is a priority road.
– Correct. “A vehicle may not be parked [...] on a priority road.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)
- The road is too narrow.
– Wrong. The road is of normal width. There are narrower roads where parking is permitted.
- I would be blocking an exit road for bicycles.
– Wrong. The asphalt-covered area in front of the building is not considered to be an exit (exit roads are mainly for use by cars). It is actually a footpath leading to the door combined with a parking area for bicycles. In addition, it would be very easy for cyclists to get in and out even if you were parked here.
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