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Verkeersborden en Verkeersregels in Nederland

Noot Deze uitgave is een verkorte populaire versie voor instructief gebruik. Door de verkorting en de tekstaanpassingen kan aan dit document geen juridische status worden ontleend. Voor gevolgen van interpretatie van de regels aanvaardt de auteur geen aansprakelijkheid. Het volledige Reglement Verkeersregels en Verkeerstekens 1990 (RVV 1990) kunt u inzien via www.we en.nl

Verkeersborden en Verkeersregels in Nederland

Inhoudsopgave
Wegenverkeerswet 1994 (WVW 1994)

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Verkeersgedrag 6 Gedragsregels 6

Reglement verkeersregels en verkeerstekens 1990 (RVV 1990)

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Verkeersregels 9 Plaats op de weg 9 Inhalen 12 Files 12 Oprijden van kruispunten 12 Verlenen van voorrang 13 Gedrag bij overwegen 13 Doorsnijden militaire colonnes en uitvaartstoeten van motorvoertuigen 13 Afslaan 14 Maximumsnelheid 15 Stilstaan 19 Parkeren 19 Het plaatsen van fietsen en bromfietsen 22 Signalen en herkenningstekens 22 Gebruik van lichten tijdens het rijden 24 Gebruik van lichten tijdens het stilstaan 28 Bijzondere lichten 28 Autosnelwegen en autowegen 31 Erven 32 Rotondes 32 Voetgangers 33 Voorrangsvoertuigen 33 Loslopend vee 34

2.22 In- en uitstappende passagiers 34 2.23 Slepen 34 2.24 Bijzondere manoeuvres 34 2.25 Onnodig geluid 35 2.26 Gevarendriehoek 36 2.26a Zitplaatsen 36 2.27 Autogordels en kinderbeveiligingssystemen 37 2.28 Helmen 42 2.30 Gebruik van mobiele telecommunicatieapparatuur 43 2.31 Vervoer van personen in of op aanhangwagens en in laadruimten 44 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 4 4.1 4.2 5 5.1 5.2 5a Verkeerstekens 46 Algemene bepalingen 46 Verkeersborden 47 Verkeerslichten 48 Verkeerstekens op het wegdek 52 Aanwijzingen 54 Verplichtingen weggebruikers 54 Rangorde aanwijzingen, verkeerstekens en verkeersregels 55…...

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