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Visibility is obscured throughout the video. Even though the vehicle ahead is small and fitted with a slow-moving vehicle sign, it is clear that you would need to use the lane for oncoming traffic in order to overtake. This is not permitted:
“Where visibility is obscured [...] at a bend in the road, overtaking may only be performed [...] if a lane intended for vehicles travelling in the oncoming direction does not need to be used.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)
There is no moment in the video where it would be appropriate to overtake. Even if you are driving slowly, you must consider that any oncoming vehicles would be driving considerably faster (it is clear from the video that this road has a 70 km/h speed limit).
But the centre line is not continuous?
– This makes no difference. If visibility is obscured, you may not drive over the line into the lane for oncoming traffic.
There is also a driving licence book online (2024).
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