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  1. #16
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    28th May 2006 - 19:35
    lower hutt
    Quote Originally Posted by Berries View Post
    The centre line? It means nothing in that picture. You will generally find that the white line on the main road at an intersection should be solid to highlight the fact it is an intersection (MOTSAM Part 2 section 3.02) and where intersections are concerned certain road rules apply.

    Part 2.7 of the Road User Rule states that:

    A driver must not pass or attempt to pass on the right of another vehicle moving in the same direction when-
    (a) approaching or crossing an intersection unless-
    (i) the roadway is marked in lanes and the driver can make the movement without the driver?s vehicle encroaching on a lane available for opposing traffic; or
    (ii) in any other case, the driver can make the movement with safety and with due consideration for users of the intersecting road; or.......

    Interpret (ii) how you want.

    Broken white limit line indicates the picture is probably from the UK.
    i am familiar with a centreline, it's the broken white line in front of the stopped car, that's not something i'm familair with in nz

  2. #17
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    5th December 2009 - 12:32
    Black as
    Te Mosgiel
    UK give way lines, not the same but similar. The picture in the OP is clearly not from round these parts.
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