It is permitted to stop or park ten metres before and directly after pedestrian crossings.
It is, however, prohibited to stop or park closer than ten metres before pedestrian crossings. The reason for this is that a stationary vehicle just before a pedestrian crossing would obscure the view of other drivers approaching the pedestrian crossing and reduce the time they have to detect a pedestrian who have entered or are about to enter the pedestrian crossing.
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