Question: 1.1.02-024-B Which statements are correct?

which statements are correct

A. You may pass on the right-hand side at walking speed provided that passengers are not obstructed and you are sure no one is endangered.

B. If no one is obstructed or endangered, you may pass on the right-hand side at a speed faster than walking speed.

C. Passengers must allow moving traffic to pass before boarding.


Which statements are correct?

Option A is correct because the priority is to ensure the safety and unobstructed movement of passengers boarding or alighting from the tram. Passing slowly at walking speed minimizes the risk of accidents.

Option B is incorrect because even if no one seems endangered, passing at speeds higher than walking speed increases the risk of an accident.

Faisal Nazir
Faisal Nazir , an experienced driver with extensive knowledge of Germany's roads. From mastering the Autobahn to understanding the nuances of local traffic rules.


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