Daily I see cars cross the double yellow line to make a turn or u-turns. In some cases, there might be seasonal restrictions, which will be indicated by signs at the roadside. YELLOW LINES mark the center of a two-way road used for two-way traffic.

A solid double yellow line is shown separating each lane from the others.

A solid line discourages or prohibits crossing (depending on the specific application), C. A broken line indicates a permissive condition, and D. A dotted line provides guidance. A yellow (center) line must always be on your left! Yellow lines separate traffic travelling in opposite directions. Double white lines also to separate opposing traffic flows on steep hills with climbing lanes. A double yellow line – either painted on the road or on the kerb – means parking and waiting are not permitted at any time. this was an old post but I had a debate with my wife about this recently. The same rule applies to double yellow lines, but motorists can cross under certain circumstances, such as when making left turns out of driveways. Solid Yellow Line to Right of Center Line : Passing or crossing is not allowed in this lane except when turning left. A double line indicates maximum or special restrictions, B. Passing or crossing is prohibited in that lane, except when turning left. A solid double yellow line is shown adjacent to the southbound lane. So, as long as it’s safe to do so, you can cross over that yellow centre line to get by another vehicle that’s parked. The Highway Code. A solid double yellow line is shown separating each lane from the others. Double Solid White Line: Crossing a double solid line is not allowed.

• A solid yellow line may appear on one side of the roadway, while a line composed of dashes appears on the other side.
line is not allowed. What does a solid yellow line to the right of the center line of the highway mean?

A. What does a single broken white line in the highway mean? Unread post by: brentdub on Wed Mar 17, 2010 10:47 pm.

a double solid white line? The only time when passing is legal is when there is a single. Diagram 3-2. Section 3A.02 Standardization of Application Standard: What does a solid yellow line to the right of the center line of the highway mean? On a two-way roadway, the yellow center markings can consist of: A. The lines are spaced 100mm apart. A double yellow line, one of which is a normal broken yellow line and the other is a normal solid yellow line. Double white continuous lines can also occasionally be used on single carriageway roads to divide lanes traveling in one direction. Question: Please address the role and purpose of the double solid yellow line down the center of a street. There may be two lines present, for example, two parallel solid yellow lines or a solid yellow line and a broken white line.

When there is a broken line next to a solid yellow line, this means that motorists on the side of the solid line cannot … Two solid yellow lines mean no passing. When a solid and a broken yellow line are together, you must not pass if you are driving next to the solid line. B. Two southbound lanes are shown transitioning to one lane. yellow: must not cross unless turning left when its safe to do so. Double yellow lines mean no waiting at any time, unless there are signs that specifically indicate seasonal restrictions.