THE OFFICIAL HIGHWAY CODE. Page | 1. AAATHE. Contents you intend to do (download 'Signals to other road users' (PDF, KB)). • Look well ahead for. The content have been sourced from the edition of The Official Highway Code, and reproduced under the terms of the Open Government Licence. Note: Although The Highway Code shows many of the signs commonly in use, a comprehensive explanation of our signing system is given in the Department's.
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The Highway Code can help us discharge that responsibility. Further information on driving/riding techniques can be found in The Official DSA. Guide to Driving. This is the official version of The Highway Code. Click here to view the PDF online or download. Essential reading for all road users, this is the only official Highway Code. All road users have a responsibility to ensure their knowledge is.
Road signs and marking, with their meanings 7.
Signals from authority figures and other road users 8. The law and penalties for breaking it Learning the Highway Code: top tips Learner drivers will be very familiar with the Highway Code, and it's certainly a massive help when taking the theory and practical driving tests - but it can be hard to remember all of those rules.
Here are a few handy hints to help make learning the Highway Code easier. Where to read the Highway Code It always used to be available just as a book, found in most bookshops - and that version is still available at a reasonable price, especially via online outlets.
However the Highway Code is available is a huge variety of formats these days, and many of them are free. Here are the ways to read the Highway Code: 1. download the book, in English, Welsh or Irish - note that the Northern Irish version is slightly different. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads.
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This is a frequent source of accidents. The risks you take are not only risks to yourself but to other users of the road. Be cautious and considerate rather than trust solely to your driving skill. Sudden noisy acceleration is unnecessary and disturbing.
Make no attempt to gain a forward position in a traffic block by means of the narrow spaces between stationary vehicles. They may start suddenly, and you will impede them and endanger yourself. WITH obvious exceptions and necessary changes the above rules for motor vehicles also apply to Horse—drawn vehicles. Remember that you are slow moving and should therefore keep well to the left of the road.
You may be the cause of serious obstruction or even danger unless you observe strictly the rules and courtesies of the road. When wishing to cross a road or to change direction especially when turning to the right select a favourable opportunity and show your intention by some appropriate signal.
If you are in charge of animals and have a man available, send him forward to warn traffic when you are approaching a corner or coming out of a gateway. CERTAIN of the rules for drivers of motor vehicles set out above also apply with some slight modification to pedal cyclists. Do not ride more than two abreast.
Make the passage of other traffic wishing to overtake you easier by getting into single file except on very broad roads. Do not wobble about the road but ride as steadily as possible.
Do not ride close behind fast moving vehicles; leave enough space to allow for their slowing down or stopping suddenly. Do not hold on to a motor vehicle even when it is stationary where traffic is held up. Make no attempt to gain a forward position in a traffic block by cycling along the narrow spaces between stationary vehicles. They may start suddenly and you will impede them and endanger yourself. Remember that in the dark you are not easily visible to following traffic.
Act accordingly and keep well to the left of the road. If you do not use a red rear lamp remember to keep your red reflector clean and properly fixed. Aged or infirm people and young children and those In charge of them call for your special courtesy.
When passing or overtaking pedestrians or animals give them plenty of room. Before crossing a road look right and left and satisfy yourself that it is safe to cross.
Look out for approaching traffic and take its speed into account. Cross the road as directly as possible.
When stepping off the footpath look towards oncoming traffic. Do not make a sudden dash into the carriageway. Take special care if you have to step out from behind or in front of vehicles or other obstructions which prevent a clear view of traffic. At road junctions where the traffic is controlled by police or signals, take advantage of that control and cross when the appropriate line of traffic is held up. They will help you to decide upon your own movements.
Do not stand about in the road, especially in groups, at blind corners or other dangerous places where your presence may cause danger either of itself or by obscuring the line of vision of drivers. Keep your dog on the lead when walking along roads where traffic is heavy.
A dog running loose in traffic is a danger to itself and to everyone else. PART I. Drivers should note that once they have been stopped the constable may lower his hand or use it for giving other signals. They should not move on until the constable signals to them to do so. Signals Nos.