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Article 30 Use of lanes on roads with two way movement

1. The driver of a car or a special vehicle with a maximum authorised mass exceeding 3,500 kilograms will drive on the road and not on the hard shoulder, except for emergency reasons. In addition, they must comply with the following rules:

A) On roads with two way traffic and two lanes, separated or not by road markings, you will drive in right-hand lane.

B) On two way roads with three lanes separated by broken longitudinal lines, you will also drive in the one on your right and, in no case, in the one furthest on your left.

On these roads, the central lane will only be used to carry out any necessary overtaking and when turning left.

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2. Cases of driving on the left, in the opposite direction to the one stipulated, will be considered as very serious infractions as is stipulated in article 65.5.f) of the associated text.





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