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Many countries, and I assume that the Netherlands is among them, has an order of priority for conflicting signs in their traffic laws. When I learned to drive (not in the Netherlands though), we were tought about three categories, here listed in the order of increasing priority: Road markings and fixed signs Traffic lights and variable signs Orders from ...


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When it's open, you're allowed to cross the line. Source (Dutch). I had never actually heard that before, so I assume everybody else reasons the same way I did: it's an open lane, you're obviously supposed to use it as a perfectly normal lane, so the fact that it can only be reached by crossing an uncrossable line must be a visual illusion that can be ...


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I had the problem this morning, so I called the number given above. No, they cannot tell you whether you have to pay the fee or not. That's what I was told on the phone. Unless you had to pay and didn't pay, in which case they will issue you with a huge fine. At that point it's too late. It seems that you can pay and then complain later to get a refund, ...


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In addition to the usual maps.google, an alternative is http://livetraffic.tomtom.com. On the left, you can enter the time you are leaving and it figures out when you'll arrive, or enter the time you want to arrive and it figures out when you should leave. It is based on many different data points, so it is pretty accurate. It's a good alternative to ...



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