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Common theory questions

Are you allowed to stop the car to pick up a passenger in places where parking is prohibited?

Yes, you may stop to allow a passenger to get in or out of the car or to load or unload goods in places where parking is prohibited. Stopping is also allowed if it is necessary to avoid danger or if traffic conditions so require.

If you stop for any other reason, your car is considered to be parked. It is, for example, not allowed to stop where parking is prohibited to answer your phone or run a quick errand.