Article 56 Marked Intersections

1. At intersections preference is always shown by regulating signs. 2. Drivers of vehicles when approaching an intersection controlled by a traffic agent, must stop their vehicles when so ordered in accordance with Article 143. 3. All drivers of vehicles approaching an intersection controlled by traffic lights must act in accordance with regulations set out...

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Article 57 Intersections without signs

1. In the absence of signs indicating traffic priority, drivers are obliged to give way to vehicles approaching from the right, except in the following cases:   A) vehicles travelling on paved roads will have priority over vehicles on unpaved roads. B) Vehicles travelling on rails have priority over all other road users. C) At...

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Article 58 General rules

1. The driver of a vehicle which has to give way to another, must not start or continue to move or manoeuvre, nor restart, until it is certain that the driver of the vehicle with priority is not forced to abruptly change direction or speed and sufficient advance indication is given to the priority vehicle...

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Article 59 Intersections

1. Even when you have priority of passage, no driver should position the vehicle at an intersection, a pedestrian or cycle crossing if the traffic situation is such that it impedes or obstructs crossing traffic. 2. Any driver whose vehicle is stopped at an intersection regulated by traffic lights and whose position creates an obstacle...

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