xia lar... actually i oso dun know de..... so chim meh??Originally posted by ^tamago^:basic theory gonna fail.
double yellow line, u may stop for waiting but no parking.
double zigzag line, its macham expressway without shoulder. no stopping at all unless there is red traffic light in front of u.
one good example is paterson rd outside wheelock. imagine if a car/taxi stop there just to let pax off (assume no pedestrian barriers). jam straight away, even for 20s. plus the traffic light in front will turn, the jam will accumulate quite fast.
maybe to warn you zebra crossing ahead. Dont chiong too fast.Originally posted by finoq:got white zigzag lines right? what do they mean
tot that 1 stands for no changing lanes?Originally posted by Gasfene:maybe to warn you zebra crossing ahead. Dont chiong too fast.
no changing lanes is parallel white linesOriginally posted by Garage R:tot that 1 stands for no changing lanes?
IN zebra crossing area, meaning NO OVER TAKING IS ALLOW. Hope I didnt forget my high way codesOriginally posted by finoq:got white zigzag lines right? what do they mean
White zig-zag lines by the side of the road give avance warning of the presence of a Pedestrian Crossing. Vehicles should not overtake, wait or park in the vicinity.Originally posted by finoq:got white zigzag lines right? what do they mean
those are inconsiderate drivers and they are taking chance, one day, they will be booked by TP. They thought TP won't bother them at night, one time is enough....how many 3 points can spare for it...Originally posted by Glen999:how come so many cars parking along double zig zag lines along lao pa sat?
yes. and the rule applies to taxis as well.Originally posted by 105090:hey ppl..
whats the diff between single zig zag and double yellow?
both are no-parking, but allowed fr alighting/ boarding activities?