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Welche Bedeutung hat die weiße Markierung auf der Fahrbahn in dieser Situation?

Die weiße Markierung
Sign 342 is also called "the shark teeth" and emphasizes the obligation to wait in the existing "right-before-left" rule. The shark teeth do not set their own regulations, but only draw the attention of road users to the existing right of way rules.
- kennzeichnet einen verkehrsberuhigten Bereich
The shark teeth merely draw attention to the right of way rules that already apply. They are not intended to indicate a restricted traffic area.
- hebt eine Wartepflicht infolge der Rechts-vor-links-Regelung hervor
The shark teeth emphasize the need to wait when right-before-left applies.
- warnt vor einem schlechten Fahrbahnzustand
The shark teeth serve to emphasize the obligation to wait when the "right-before-left" rule applies, but not to warn of poor road conditions. This is marked by a danger sign with an exclamation mark.

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