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Common theory questions

Are you allowed to park in residential areas?

You are only allowed to park in marked parking spaces in residential areas.

A residential area is a place (usually a street or a square) where all vehicle traffic must be adapted to pedestrians.

The following rules apply in residential areas:

  • Vehicles must not be driven faster than walking speed (5 km/h).
  • Vehicles must not be parked in any place other than marked parking spaces.
  • Vehicle drivers must give way to pedestrians.
  • Vehicle drivers have a duty to give way to all traffic when leaving the area.

The rules also apply to cyclists because cycles are considered as vehicles.