You need to maintain a wide margin of safety when passing the cyclist. The cyclist will probably veer towards the centre of the road due to the parked car.
Driving defensively makes for safer traffic. Examples of how to drive defensively:
Sometimes you receive several messages simultaneously. You must then decide which to observe first. This is the order you should follow:
You are not supposed to stop. The green traffic signal takes precedence over the stop sign.
The speed limit is 70 km/h. However, driving at 70 km/h here is not appropriate as you are approaching a bend with limited visibility. The road is also icy.
Is the pedestrian waiting for the car to pass by? Or is he just about to cross the road?
However, there are more ambiguous rules, such as you having an obligation to give way to pedestrians who “are about to step on to the pedestrian crossing”. What does “about to” mean? There is no exact answer; instead, the following process is used to discern whether or not you have adhered to the rule:
When it comes to ambiguous rules, you must therefore make a reasonable assessment and hope that your conclusion is shared by the judicial system.