When approaching traffic signs and traffic rules, the following are important:
Drivers or pedestrians
Certain signs keep an order or prohibition applicable to drivers, pedestrians or other traffic signs apply to all road users.
Drivers are road users other than pedestrians.
This distinction is important when applying the rules of granting -whether or non- priority and to let go.
Priority is arranged between administrators. When we speak of pedestrians let go for
All motorized vehicles, except for the disabled, mopeds and vehicles, intended to be driven by means other than along rails.
Also fall tractors, trolley buses and the like under. Trams and trains, because these are moved along rails.
All road users.
So drivers and pedestrians.
Bicycles, disabled vehicles, motor vehicles, trams and cars.
So both on the road, and rail.
Pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists, drivers of a disabled vehicle, a vehicle or a tram, riders, accompanying horses or other animals or livestock and directors of a strung or unstrung car.
Think in traffic on the distinction between drivers and road users and traffic.
- A section on hazard recognition;
- A section on traffic rules;
- A section on traffic insight / risk ?? s.
You have passed the theory test as:
- you're good at least 12 questions from the section hazard;
- you have at least 35 questions right out of the traffic components and traffic insight.