[Tagging] Carriageway divider

David Fisher djfisher81 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 20 13:58:32 BST 2012

Yes, when I first read through this thread I was thinking "hang on, what's
the fuss about? Solid lines don't stop you entering or exiting adjoining
premises!"  But apparently this is not true in many countries of the
world.  You learn something new every day, etc.  So this thread does not
apply to the UK, but it's an interesting issue nonetheless :)

On Mon, Aug 20, 2012 at 1:39 PM, Elena ``of Valhalla'' <
elena.valhalla at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 2012-08-20 at 14:09:28 +0200, Peter Wendorff wrote:
> > >You are allowed to cross a solid line, providing it is safe, to enter
> > >ajoining premises or a side road.
> > >
> > >In cases where this is prohibited there will be a sign and this should
> > >be tagged with a turn restrictions.
> > In Germany that's not the case.
> > You're not allowed to cross a solid line.
> the same applies to Italy.
> Usually in the case of a side road there will be a vertical
> sign for convenience, but not for ajoining premises.
> --
> Elena ``of Valhalla''
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