Learning to drive on streets and roads
The figures illustrate basic traffic situations that occur while learning to drive, in everyday traffic, or while driving abroad. I believe that this book is a useful aid while preparing for the driving test and becoming a good driver.
Compiled by: Reedik Niilus
Edited by: Stewart Johnson
Illustrations: Reedik Niilus, Artur Kuus
Cover design and layout: Anne Vahermaa
Translated by: Raavo Lomp
© Reedik Niilus
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Table of Contents
Obligations of pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers 2
Driver’s signals 5
Positioning the vehicle on an intersection and road, driving directions, and driving lines of the vehicle 6
Unregulated intersections with roads of equal priority 18
Unregulated intersections with roads of unequal priority – a priority road and a non-priority road 19
Regulated intersections 31
Intersecting with a tram track 37
Intersecting with a train track 40
One-way roads 41
Mandatory signs 43
Other traffic signs 44
Driving speed 46
Overtaking and passing 48
Stopping and parking 52
Other rights and obligations deriving from the Traffic Act 57
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