ROAD MARKINGS - NO CROSSING LINES
Where: On any road with two-way traffic.
Purpose: To inform you that you may not cross this line.
Action: You may under no circumstances drive on the right hand side or cross these lines with any part of your vehicle, except to drive around a stationary vehicle or stationary obstruction in the road.
ROAD MARKINGS - CHANNELISING LINE
Where: On carriageways and at intersections where traffic moves in the same direction.
Purpose: To prohibit you from crossing the line.
Action: Drive in such a way that no part of your vehicle crosses the line.
ROAD MARKINGS - LEFT EDGE AND RIGHT EDGE LINE MARKING
Where: On the left and right-hand edge of the road.
Purpose: To indicate where the left or right-edge of the road is.
Action: Avoid driving to the left of the left-edge line. You may, however drive here only,
• whilst being overtaken by another vehicle,
• if you can so without endangering yourself, other traffic, pedestrians or property,
• during daytime and
• if persons and vehicles on the road are clearly discernible at a distance of at least 150 metres.
It is not compulsory to drive to the left of the line when you are being overtaken, keep in mind that you have very little space when doing so.
If your vehicle breaks down, stop as far left from the line as possible and switch on your emergency lights.
The right-edge line is usually found on one-way roads such as dual carriageways or freeways and may not be crossed.