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(1) Do not pass  a t a n i n t e r s e c t i o n o r
railroad crossing (Figure 17A and B).
( 2 ) Do not pass to the right of another
vehicle, except on multiple-lane highways (more than
two lanes of traffic moving in one direction) where
such passing is permitted; use extreme caution in such
(3) Do not pass on a hill or curve (Figure
17D and E), except on multiple-lane highways (see
(4) Do not pass a vehicle that is signaling to
turn or to move into your lane of traffic, or one that
has started to overtake and pass another vehicle.
(5) Do not pass when the centerline of the
road is solid on your side or in your lane (Figure 17C).
A  driver  is
required to stop his vehicle in accordance with traffic
regulations  and  i n s t r u c t i o n s from his superiors.
Similarly, a driver must give certain warning signals
before stopping or turning to protect other drivers and
pedestrians and to avoid confusion.
Stopping. A driver shall bring his vehicle to
a full stop under the conditions described below.
(1) Stop when a traffic signal is red or is
flashing red.
(2) Stop where a STOP sign is posted.
(3) Stop upon signal of military or civilian
traffic officers.


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