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What applies when exiting a property onto a public road that is not a priority road?

When exiting a property onto a public road that is not a priority road the exit rule applies.

The exit rule is a give way rule that applies before the priority to the right rule. The exit rule states that you must give way when exiting certain places, such as properties.

When exiting a property, or other place where the exit rule applies, you must therefore give way to all road users, even those approaching from the left.

The exit rule applies when exiting a:

  • Hard shoulder
  • Path
  • Property
  • Private driveway
  • Parking lot
  • Garage
  • Petrol station
  • Residential area
  • Pedestrian zone

The exit rule applies after crossing a:

  • Foot or cycle path
  • Residential area
  • Pedestrian zone