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Why are these yellow lines painted across the road? Why are these yellow lines painted across the road?

  • Possible answers:

     
  • A. To help you choose the correct lane

  • B. To help you keep the correct separation distance

  • C. To make you aware of your speed

  • D. To tell you the distance to the roundabout

 
 

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These lines are often found on the approach to a roundabout or a dangerous junction. They give you extra warning to adjust your speed. Look well ahead and do this in good time.

The lines are not thick enough to be a danger to motorbikes braking unless you are braking very heavily.