Question about Driving – Appropriate Speeds for Narrow, Residential Roads
Skinny streets Hi Carmen, thanks for writing this informative blog! My N test is 2 weeks away, and I hope you could clarify a few things for me. 1) When driving in a residential area, my coach says that if there are cars parked…
Q: Are there any special rules (ie. speed limit) on roads where lines (yellow) are not painted?
That’s a great question! Yellow lines and speed limits however, do not have a relationship in this regard. If there are no speed signs posted on a road, regardless of the presence of yellow lines, then technically the speed limit is 50 km/hr in towns…
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