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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 28 October 2019 to date (accessed 19 November 2019 at 06:57)
Traffic control devices (except road markings and parking control signs)
A traffic control device (except a road marking or parking control sign) applies to a person if—the device faces the person, orthe person has passed the device and the device faced the person as the person approached it.and are defined in the Dictionary.Rule 341 deals with road markings, and rule 346 with parking control signs.However, the device does not apply to the person if the position of the device indicates that it does not apply to the person.If a driver is driving in a marked lane of a multi-lane road, a traffic lane arrow above another marked lane does not apply to the driver.If a driver is turning left using a slip lane at an intersection, a traffic light on the right side of the painted island or traffic island that separates the slip lane from other parts of the road does not apply to the driver.If a driver is driving on a two-way road, a speed limit sign facing only traffic travelling in the opposite direction does not apply to the driver.