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Traffic rules

The traffic regulations describe how a road user must behave on public roads, so that traffic flows safely and smoothly. It is expected that all road users know and apply the traffic regulations. Sometimes traffic regulations will appear a bit unclear. However, all rules in the regulations have been well thought through, so it is also important to know the underlying line of thought.


Road users

Drivers

A driver is someone who drives a vehicle. Anyone who drives a vehicle or guides, or guards, towing, loading and riding animals or cattle.


Pedestrians

A pedestrian is a road user who travels on foot in traffic.


Cyclists

A cyclist is a road user who moves with the bicycle in traffic.


Motors

A motorcyclist is a road user who moves with the motor in traffic.


Cars

Cars are road users who travel by car in traffic.


Buses

A bus is a vehicle intended for the transportation of people.


Trains

A train is a railway vehicle intended for the transportation of people.


Trams

A train is a railway vehicle intended for the transportation of people.


Caravans

A caravan is a vehicle in which you can stay overnight.


Trailers

Every vehicle intended to be propelled by another.


Priority vehicles

Prioritaire voertuigen hebben een blauw zwaailicht en een specifiek geluidssignaal. De bekendste zijn politievoertuigen, ambulances en brandweerwagens.


Police

The police is a government agency charged with maintaining public order and security, tracking down and investigating criminal offenses, providing direct assistance and carrying out detentions.


Ambulance

An ambulance is used to transport emergency services to a place where urgent help is needed and to transport victims or patients to the hospital.


Fire department

A fire truck is a vehicle that the fire service uses in the event of a fire or an accident.


Siren

A siren is a sound signal that priority vehicles use to warn other road users that they have to pass.


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Comments 62


Nov 13, 2019


Two mistakes are made in the translation. 1- motorway and expressway in ENGLISH mean the same thing, which is autobahn in german. 2- The use of the word mandatory is incorrect.

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Nov 24, 2019


It's very nice to do practice but every time always the questions. Then, how could we know about other questions. I don't think so they will ask the same questions in the theory exam.

Nov 25, 2019


i like the training platform, but i thing its will be much better to make a visual training because if nobody have practical experience so how will know about of theory.

Dec 01, 2019


i love this

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Dec 04, 2019


wow i love this..and ill be at romania very soon