Priority

1 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

2 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

3 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The tram comes from the right at an equivalent intersection and therefore has right of way.**

**The tram comes from the right at an equivalent intersection and therefore has right of way.**

4 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A has right of way. He has a priority sign in front of him. The bottom sign shows the course of the road. The cyclist can go after. The blue car has an intersection and goes last.**

**Vehicle A has right of way. He has a priority sign in front of him. The bottom sign shows the course of the road. The cyclist can go after. The blue car has an intersection and goes last.**

5 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicles A and C have an intersection in front of them. Vehicle B has priority. Vehicle A goes straight ahead and is therefore allowed to go before vehicle C goes.**

**Vehicles A and C have an intersection in front of them. Vehicle B has priority. Vehicle A goes straight ahead and is therefore allowed to go before vehicle C goes.**

6 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle C stands for an intersection and must therefore let vehicles on the intersecting road go first. The pedestrian goes last.**

**Vehicle C stands for an intersection and must therefore let vehicles on the intersecting road go first. The pedestrian goes last.**

7 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The rule is as follows: Someone who turns must give priority to vehicles on the same road that go straight ahead. Vehicles turning left must give priority to vehicles taking a short right turn. Straight ahead is the first, then the short turn and the long turn last.**

**The rule is as follows: Someone who turns must give priority to vehicles on the same road that go straight ahead. Vehicles turning left must give priority to vehicles taking a short right turn. Straight ahead is the first, then the short turn and the long turn last.**

8 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Road users A and B have an intersection in front of them. Vehicle C may therefore be the first. The cyclist goes straight ahead and thus goes prior to vehicle A.**

**Road users A and B have an intersection in front of them. Vehicle C may therefore be the first. The cyclist goes straight ahead and thus goes prior to vehicle A.**

9 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

10 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Road users A and B cross an intersection and must let vehicles on the intersecting road go first. Vehicle A and B drive on the same road. Road user B wants to go straight ahead and therefore has priority.**

**Road users A and B cross an intersection and must let vehicles on the intersecting road go first. Vehicle A and B drive on the same road. Road user B wants to go straight ahead and therefore has priority.**

11 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A turns right and does not hinder anyone. That is why he can continue immediately. Vehicle C comes from the right of vehicle B.**

**Vehicle A turns right and does not hinder anyone. That is why he can continue immediately. Vehicle C comes from the right of vehicle B.**

12 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle B has to stop because of the sign in front of him. Vehicle A has a short curve and comes from the right. Vehicle C comes after vehicle A.**

**Vehicle B has to stop because of the sign in front of him. Vehicle A has a short curve and comes from the right. Vehicle C comes after vehicle A.**

13 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The vehicles on the intersecting road have priority. The pedestrians who cross are not included in this rule.**

**The vehicles on the intersecting road have priority. The pedestrians who cross are not included in this rule.**

14 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A is going to intersect the main road and must therefore let the cyclist go first.**

**Vehicle A is going to intersect the main road and must therefore let the cyclist go first.**

15 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle C comes from the right of vehicle B. Vehicle A comes from the right of vehicle C. Vehicles from the right have priority.**

**Vehicle C comes from the right of vehicle B. Vehicle A comes from the right of vehicle C. Vehicles from the right have priority.**

16 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The bus comes from the right and therefore has priority. The pedestrian and car go straight ahead and can cross together.**

**The bus comes from the right and therefore has priority. The pedestrian and car go straight ahead and can cross together.**

17 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**A has a priority sign.**

**A has a priority sign.**

18 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**A and C both have to let B, on the intersecting road, go first. C comes from the right of A so goes second.**

**A and C both have to let B, on the intersecting road, go first. C comes from the right of A so goes second.**

19 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**A does not have to take anyone into account. B comes from the right before C and therefore has priority.**

**A does not have to take anyone into account. B comes from the right before C and therefore has priority.**

20 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**A has to let B go first. B has to let C go first. (vehicle from the right has priority)**

**A has to let B go first. B has to let C go first. (vehicle from the right has priority)**

21 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**A en B have to let C go first because of the sign. A comes from the right of B so goes second. B goes last.**

**A en B have to let C go first because of the sign. A comes from the right of B so goes second. B goes last.**

22 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**C is going straight and has no signs that stop him. A is turning and B is going straight. Thus B goes second and A goes last.**

**C is going straight and has no signs that stop him. A is turning and B is going straight. Thus B goes second and A goes last.**

23 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**A en B have to let C go first because of the sign. A comes from the right of B so goes second. B goes last.**

24 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The bus comes from the right and has priority. The pedestrian goes straight ahead, vehicle A is going to turn and must therefore let the pedestrian go first.**

**The bus comes from the right and has priority. The pedestrian goes straight ahead, vehicle A is going to turn and must therefore let the pedestrian go first.**

25 / 65

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26 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**A goes last because of the sign. B comes from the right of C so goes first.**

**A goes last because of the sign. B comes from the right of C so goes first.**

27 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**C has priority. B comes from the right of A so goes second. A goes last.**

**C has priority. B comes from the right of A so goes second. A goes last.**

28 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**A and B have to stop at the intersection and give priority to C. A takes a short curve, short curve goes before long curve.**

**A and B have to stop at the intersection and give priority to C. A takes a short curve, short curve goes before long curve.**

29 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**A has a priority sign.**

**A has a priority sign.**

30 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The pedestrian goes straight ahead and therefore has priority. Vehicle A comes from the right of vehicle C.**

**The pedestrian goes straight ahead and therefore has priority. Vehicle A comes from the right of vehicle C.**

31 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A has priority if it goes straight ahead. If he turns left, he must let other vehicles go straight ahead. This means that vehicle A must give way to both road user B and C. B goes before C.**

**Vehicle A has priority if it goes straight ahead. If he turns left, he must let other vehicles go straight ahead. This means that vehicle A must give way to both road user B and C. B goes before C.**

32 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A has to stop at the intersection and give priority. B goes straight so goes before C (turns left).**

**Vehicle A has to stop at the intersection and give priority. B goes straight so goes before C (turns left).**

33 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A goes straight ahead and the other two vehicles are intersecting. They must therefore let A go first. C wants to go straight and B wants to turn left. C goes first.**

**Vehicle A goes straight ahead and the other two vehicles are intersecting. They must therefore let A go first. C wants to go straight and B wants to turn left. C goes first.**

34 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A has to stop at the intersection and let B go first.**

**Vehicle A has to stop at the intersection and let B go first.**

35 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**A and C are standing in front of a stop sign and must therefore let B go first. A goes straight ahead and thus has priority over C.**

**A and C are standing in front of a stop sign and must therefore let B go first. A goes straight ahead and thus has priority over C.**

36 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle B has to stop at the intersection and give priority. A takes a short curve, short curve goes first.**

**Vehicle B has to stop at the intersection and give priority. A takes a short curve, short curve goes first.**

37 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**B and C have an intersection in front of them. Vehicle A may therefore be the first. The cyclist goes straight ahead and thus goes prior to vehicle B.**

**B and C have an intersection in front of them. Vehicle A may therefore be the first. The cyclist goes straight ahead and thus goes prior to vehicle B.**

38 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicles A and C are heading an intersection. Vehicle B, on the intersecting road, has priority. C wants to go straight so goes prior to A.**

**Vehicles A and C are heading an intersection. Vehicle B, on the intersecting road, has priority. C wants to go straight so goes prior to A.**

39 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A has to stop at the intersection and give priority. C goes straight so goes before B (turns left).**

**Vehicle A has to stop at the intersection and give priority. C goes straight so goes before B (turns left).**

40 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The red car comes from the right and therefore has priority. The pedestrian will cross a road and has no priority. Vehicle A can proceed after the red car.**

**The red car comes from the right and therefore has priority. The pedestrian will cross a road and has no priority. Vehicle A can proceed after the red car.**

41 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**This is an equivalent intersection. B comes from the right so can go first.**

**This is an equivalent intersection. B comes from the right so can go first.**

42 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A is in the front of an intersection and has to let the vehicle on the intersecting road go first (B).**

**Vehicle A is in the front of an intersection and has to let the vehicle on the intersecting road go first (B).**

43 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicles A and C are in the front of an intersection. The vehicles on the intersecting road have priority here. Vehicle B therefore goes first. Vehicle A then has a short turn and vehicle C a long turn.**

**Vehicles A and C are in the front of an intersection. The vehicles on the intersecting road have priority here. Vehicle B therefore goes first. Vehicle A then has a short turn and vehicle C a long turn.**

44 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle B comes from the right of vehicle C. Vehicle A comes from the right of vehicle B. Vehicles from the right have priority.**

**Vehicle B comes from the right of vehicle C. Vehicle A comes from the right of vehicle B. Vehicles from the right have priority.**

45 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A has a stop sign and must let other traffic go first.**

**Vehicle A has a stop sign and must let other traffic go first.**

46 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A drives on a priority road so goes first. B has to stop because of the sign in front of him.**

**Vehicle A drives on a priority road so goes first. B has to stop because of the sign in front of him.**

47 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Road users meet at an equal intersection. The car does not have to give way to anyone. Short bend before long bend. The cyclist gives way to the scooter (scooter coming from the right)**

**Road users meet at an equal intersection. The car does not have to give way to anyone. Short bend before long bend. The cyclist gives way to the scooter (scooter coming from the right)**

48 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

49 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A faces an intersection and must therefore let vehicles on the intersecting road go first. B goes first.**

**Vehicle A faces an intersection and must therefore let vehicles on the intersecting road go first. B goes first.**

50 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The standard rule: vehicles on the same road have priority over vehicles that turn, does not apply to the tram.**

**The standard rule: vehicles on the same road have priority over vehicles that turn, does not apply to the tram.**

51 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The stop sign means vehicle A has to give priority to other road users. The pedestrian is crossing a street that doesn't count; the motor does.**

**The stop sign means vehicle A has to give priority to other road users. The pedestrian is crossing a street that doesn't count; the motor does.**

52 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A has priority. He has a priority sign in front of him. The bottom sign shows the course of the road. The cyclist can go after. The blue car goes last.**

**Vehicle A has priority. He has a priority sign in front of him. The bottom sign shows the course of the road. The cyclist can go after. The blue car goes last.**

53 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A is driving on a priority intersection. The tram must therefore give priority.**

**Vehicle A is driving on a priority intersection. The tram must therefore give priority.**

54 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A has to stop at the intersection and give priority. C goes straight so goes before B (turns right).**

**Vehicle A has to stop at the intersection and give priority. C goes straight so goes before B (turns right).**

55 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle C has shark teeth in front of it and must let go of crossing traffic. Vehicle B drives on a priority road and is therefore allowed to go first.**

**Vehicle C has shark teeth in front of it and must let go of crossing traffic. Vehicle B drives on a priority road and is therefore allowed to go first.**

56 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

57 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The stop sign means vehicle A has to give priority to other road users. The pedestrian is crossing a street that doesn't count; the cyclist does.**

**The stop sign means vehicle A has to give priority to other road users. The pedestrian is crossing a street that doesn't count; the cyclist does.**

58 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The stop sign means vehicle A has to give priority to other road users. The pedestrian is crossing a street that doesn't count; the cyclist does.**

59 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A has a STOP sign in front of him so has to stop. B has priority**

**Vehicle A has a STOP sign in front of him so has to stop. B has priority**

60 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A is driving on a priority road so has priority.**

**Vehicle A is driving on a priority road so has priority.**

61 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**They are all heading a equivalent crossroad. The one that goes straight has priority (cyclist). After straight the short curve ( A). Long curve goes last (C).**

**They are all heading a equivalent crossroad. The one that goes straight has priority (cyclist). After straight the short curve ( A). Long curve goes last (C).**

62 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The car has priority because of the yellow sign in front of him. After the car the scooter has priority, he comes from the right of the cyclist.**

**The car has priority because of the yellow sign in front of him. After the car the scooter has priority, he comes from the right of the cyclist.**

63 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**The cars are heading an equivalent crossroad. This means that the right vehicle goes first. A has to give priority to C and C has to give priority to B.**

**The cars are heading an equivalent crossroad. This means that the right vehicle goes first. A has to give priority to C and C has to give priority to B.**

64 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

**Vehicle A drives on a priority road so goes first. B has to stop because of the sign in front of him.**

65 / 65

In which order should the vehicles proceed?

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