Can you cross single white line Singapore?
Single broken white line Motorists can cross the centre of this road marking when they can see that the road ahead is clear and that it is safe to do so.
Can Wait at double yellow line?
The description for double yellow lines reads “No parking on the side of the road at all times”. It says nothing about prohibiting waiting.
What is Highway Code Singapore?
It covers The Highway Code, which includes the traffic rules, traffic regulations, traffic signs and signals, and it aims to educate and promote road safety for the road users. Many of the rules and regulations in the Code are legal requirements, and if you disobey them, you are committing a traffic offence.
Who has the right of way Singapore?
If you are turning right, you must give way to traffic going from all directions. You must also give way to traffic turning right from the right, and to traffic turning left from the opposite direction. If you are turning left, you must give way to traffic going straight from the right.
Is driving on chevrons illegal?
If the chevrons are bordered by broken white lines, yes, you can drive into that area if necessary and safe to do so. Unbroken white lines mean you cannot go into them.
What does ay junction look like?
Similarly to a T-Junction, a Y-junction gets its name due to being shaped like the letter Y. At a Y-junction, a minor road joins a major road at an acute angle.
How do you cross a junction?
Traffic light controlled crossroad On the approach look out for the appropriate lane for the direction you want to go. Try to get into that lane as early as possible. If you have to stop at the lights, remember to check your door mirror(s) before moving off. Sometimes motor cyclists and cyclists can catch you up.
Can you block a junction?
Motorists, including motorcyclists, MUST stop at the first white line reached if the lights are amber or red and should avoid blocking the way or encroaching on the marked area at other times, e.g. if the junction ahead is blocked.
What is Rule 127 Highway Code?
Rule 127. A broken white line. This marks the centre of the road. When this line lengthens and the gaps shorten, it means that there is a hazard ahead.
Can you overtake on hatched lines?
Hatched markings: If the marking is bordered by a solid white line then you are not permitted to enter it unless it is an emergency. If, however, it is bordered by a broken white line then you can enter it to overtake if you have to, but it is generally understood that you shouldn’t use it.
Is carpooling legal in Singapore?
Social carpooling trips are only permitted among friends or colleagues if the prevailing permissible group size of two people is adhered to. 5 Commuters are strongly encouraged to use taxis and PHCs booked through licensed ride-hail operators.
Can 6 person travel in a 5 seater car?
Yes this can cause traffic rule violation. You may be fined for this… But you know that everything is legal in India, millions of people break laws everyday but still no bold action is taken by the authorities… thats it.
Can you undertake a lane hogger?
Some drivers may find it tempting to undertake, especially if they’re faced with a middle-lane hogger, but be aware that it can be dangerous and you can be fined for doing so. Undertaking recklessly could see you receive a fixed penalty notice (FPN) for careless driving or driving without due care and attention.
What is a staggered junction?
Staggered junctions are also mean multiple lanes of traffic can join one road without being all in one place. There are 4 versions of this warning sign- ‘Left’ states the junction is joining from the left and leaves further up the road on the right, with the straight road having priority.
Who has right of way at staggered junction?
Who has priority at a staggered junction? If you’re approaching the intersection from the minor road, you need to give way to vehicles on the major road. You are required to wait at the crossing for an appropriate gap as the vehicles on the road have priority over motorists on both minor roads.