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Max speed of invalid carriage

Invalid carriages are also called disabled vehicle or mobility scooter. The max speed depends on the location:
footpath: 6km/h
cycle-moped path inside built-up area: 30km/h
cycle-moped path outside built-up area: 40km/h
carriageway: 45km/h

2

Max speed of snorfiets (light mopped)

25km/h

3

Max speed of bromfiets (mopeds)

45km/h on the carriageway;
40km/h on the cycle-moped path outisde a buildup area;
30km/h on the cycle-moped path inside a buildup area;

4

Max speed of brommobiel (mobility car)

45 km/h
The brommobiel must follow the rules that apply to passenger cars.

5

Describe the level crossing AHOB

AHOB is a Dutch abbreviation for phisical protection with single automatic half barriers.

6

What is a level crossing?

Level crossing = rail crossing the road

7

Describe the level crossing ADOB

ADOB is a dutch abbreviation for physical protection with double automatic half barriers

8

Describe the level crossing AKI

AKI is a Dutch abreviation for level crossing without physical protection.

9

What is the default speed limit (for cars) inside a built-up area?

50km/h

10

What is Spitsstrook ?

Rush hour lane

11

What is the maximum speed on the spitsstrook?

80km/h on the spitsstrook (rush hour lane)

12

The maximum length of a rigid lorry?

12m
rigid lorry = lorry

13

The maximum length of an articulated lorry?

18.75m for a lorry with trailer;

14

What is the default speed limit (for cars) outside the built-up area?

80km/h

15

The drivers are legally oblighed to allow a person with mobility impediments to cross the street at any point. True or False?

True, pedrestian crossings are not requeired.

16

Pedestrians with mobility impediments can only cross the street on pedestrian crossings. True or False?

False, the cars are obliged to stop for the pedestrian with mobility impediments to cross at any point of the street.

17

Are invalidy carriages required to have a license plate?

No. They must only have an insurance plate.

18

Are Canta, scootmobiel and powered wheelchair invalid carriages?

Yes, canta, scootmobiel and wheelchair are invalid carriages.

19

Are broommobiel, Canta and scootmobiel invalid carriages?

No. Broommobiel (mobility car) are not invalid carriages.

20

Alternative names for a broommobiel.

1- Four-wheel moped;
2- Mobility car

21

When should you use the two-second rule for the separation distance?

When with favourable weather conditions.

22

Stopping distance

Thinking (or reaction) distance + Braking distance

23

Braking distance

(speed [km/h] / 10)**2/2 [m]

24

Stopping distance

(speed [km/h] / 10)*3 [m] (or m/s)

25

stoping distance at 100km/h

thiniking distance: (100km/h /10) * 3 = 30m
braking distance: (100 / 10) ** 2 / 2 = 50m
= 80m

26

Are drivers legally required to give the right of way to pedestrians at crossings and juntions in a home zone (erf)?

No, they are not. However, the dirver must expect pedestrians to be using the space freely and children to be playing.
Max speed = 15km/h

27

How many meters you travel per second at a speed of 40km/h?

(40 / 10) * 3 = 12m

28

How to you observe when reversing?

Look to the rear, to the front and to the sides. Slowly drive in reverse.

29

Which rules apply to high speed e-bikes?

The rules of mopeds.

30

A person operating a forklift is classified as Driver or as a Pedestrian?

It is classified as a driver