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Rule 67

You should - look all around before moving away from the kerb, turning or manoeuvring, to make sure it is safe to do so. Give a clear signal to show other road users what you intend to do (download ‘Signals to other road users’ (PDF, 102KB)) - look well ahead for obstructions in the road, such as drains, pot-holes and parked vehicles so that you do not have to swerve suddenly to avoid them. Leave plenty of room when passing parked vehicles and watch out for doors being opened or pedestrians stepping into your path - be aware of traffic coming up behind you - take extra care near road humps, narrowings and other traffic calming features - take care when overtaking (see Rules 162 to 169).


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