Cyclists and moped riders may usually turn left in two different ways:
Even if it looks like a cyclist is going to continue straight ahead or turn right at a junction, he or she might turn left when you least expect it. Be extra attentive at junctions, especially when there is a lot of traffic, so that no misunderstandings arise.
Cyclists and moped riders in a lane that is solely intended for right-turning traffic are not allowed to make the "the wider turn".
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