The traffic rules apply to all road traffic and must be followed when you walk, cycle or drive.
Here you will find information about the requirements applying to car lights and the use of these.
There are no separate traffic rules applying specifically to driving in roundabouts. The traffic rules that otherwise apply must be adapted to this.
The main rule is that buses and taxis with a roof light may use the public transport lane where this is shown on traffic signs.
When you ride a bicycle, you count as driving a vehicle. This means that you must know and comply with the traffic rules that apply where you are cycling.
Whether you are required to give way when you cycle depends on where you are cycling.
You must give way to the bus when the speed limit is 60 km/h or lower. Whether you are walking, driving or cycling, you must always give way to the tram.
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