Look at the photo: can the car cross the road marking on the right?
There are many safety experts who ask drivers to go through refresher courses from time to time. Until then, the DGT raises questions that make us realize that we are not as focused on traffic as we think. Here’s one … Look at the photo and answer: Can the car cross the road marking on the right?
Road markings are made to regulate traffic and warn and guide road users. They can appear in the form of lines, symbols, figures, words or numbers marked on the pavement. They can be yellow, blue or white. If they are white, we can find longitudinal, transversal marks, horizontal traffic signs or another type.
Can the car cross the road marking on the right?
The one shown by the DGT in its Tweet, is a brand known as I cebreado. It is an area with parallel oblique stripes framed in a continuous area.
📌Is it allowed to cross the road marking on the right to change lanes?
A. Yes, but with caution.
– Directorate General Traffic (@DGTes) March 25, 2021
Traffic asks if the car in the picture can cross the road marking and offers three possible answers:
- Yes, but with caution
- No, because only parking is allowed
The correct answer is B. The cebreados are areas excluded from circulation so no car can cross them. Option C is tricky because you can’t park on these road markings either. What’s more, from Pyramid Consulting they remember that parking in them is punishable by fines of between 80 and 200 euros.
Noelia Lopez April 1, 2021 – 11:29 a.m.