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__________ line(s) indicates passing is allowed if there are no oncoming cars. a solid yellow double solid yellow broken white broken yellow

Carlton Burgess

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Timothy Norman on June 13, 2018

There are a couple of different types of lines that we see on the road while driving.A solid yellow line is used for two-way traffic (cars moving in both directions). Mark the center of the road. You may not pass when a solid yellow line is on your side of the road.Double solid yellow line are used in the center of two-way traffic. Two solid yellow lines mean that you can't pass and he can not drive to the left of these lines.A broken white line used to separate lanes of traffic moving in the same direction. You may change lanes through a break of the white line.When a solid and a broken yellow line are together in the middle of the road, you can pass only if they are on the same side of the dashed yellow line.Passing is permitted only through the white lines broken or broken yellow lines. The white lines are used when traveling in the same direction as other cars while the yellow lines are used when traveling in opposite directions. Broken yellow lines indicate passing is permitted if there are no oncoming cars, while the dashed lines are on your side of the road.

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