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On a foggy day you unavoidably have to park your car on the road. You should _________.

A Leave your sidelights on.

Ensure that your vehicle can be seen by other traffic. If possible, park your car off the road in a car park or driveway to avoid the extra risk to other road users.

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Waiting and parking (238 to 252)

3. Parking at night (248 to 252)


You MUST NOT park on a road at night facing against the direction of the traffic flow unless in a recognised parking space. Laws CUR reg 101 & RVLR reg 24


All vehicles MUST display parking lights when parked on a road or a lay-by on a road with a speed limit greater than 30 mph (48 km/h).

Law RVLR reg 24


Cars, goods vehicles not exceeding 1525 kg unladen weight, invalid carriages, motorcycles and pedal cycles may be parked without lights on a road (or lay-by) with a speed limit of 30 mph (48 km/h) or less if they are

- at least 10 metres (32 feet) away from any junction, close to the kerb and facing in the direction of the traffic flow
in a recognised parking place or lay-by.

- Other vehicles and trailers, and all vehicles with projecting loads,MUST NOT be left on a road at night without lights.

Laws RVLR reg 24 & CUR reg 82(7)


Parking in fog. It is especially dangerous to park on the road in fog. If it is unavoidable, leave your parking lights or sidelights on.


Parking on hills. If you park on a hill you should

- park close to the kerb and apply the handbrake firmly

- select a forward gear and turn your steering wheel away from the kerb when facing uphill

- select reverse gear and turn your steering wheel towards the kerb when facing downhill

- use ‘park’ if your car has an automatic gearbox.

[The Highway Code]


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