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If landing and disembarkation is impossible from the sidewalk or a roadside, it can be carried out from the carriageway provided that it will be safe and will not create hindrances to other participants of the movement.

"Parking" — the deliberate termination of the movement of the vehicle for the period of more than 5 minutes for the reasons which are not connected with landing or disembarkation of passengers or loading or unloading of the vehicle.

"Stop" — the deliberate termination of the movement of the vehicle for a while till 5 minutes, and also on bigger if it is necessary for landing and disembarkation of passengers or loading or unloading a trance of the tailor of means.

Before departure to check and in way to provide working technical condition of the vehicle according to Basic provisions according to the admission of vehicles to operation and obligations of officials for traffic safety. The movement at malfunction of working brake system, a steering, the coupling device is forbidden (in structure the train, not burning (absent) headlights and back marker lights on roads without artificial lighting to a night-time or in the conditions of insufficient visibility, a screen wiper, invalid from the driver, during a rain or snowfall. At emergence in a way of other malfunctions with which the annex to Basic provisions forbade operation of vehicles, the driver has to eliminate them and if it is impossible, it can follow to a parking lot or repair with observance of necessary precautionary measures.

At unregulated crosswalks pedestrians - can come to the carriageway after estimate distance to the coming nearer vehicles, their speed and will be convinced that transition for them will be safe. When crossing the carriageway out of the crosswalk pedestrians, besides, should not create hindrances for the movement of vehicles and to leave because of the standing vehicle or other obstacle limiting visibility without having convinced of lack of the coming nearer vehicles.

"The adjacent territory" — the territory directly adjacent to the road and not intended for the through movement of vehicles (the yards, inhabited massifs, parkings, the NPP, the enterprises and to that

"Road" — the strip of the earth equipped or adapted and used for the movement of vehicles or a surface of an artificial construction. The road includes one or several carriageways, and also tram ways, sidewalks, roadsides and dividing strips at their existence.

The sum of the allowed maximum mass of the vehicles which are a part is accepted to the allowed maximum mass of structure of the vehicles that is linked and moving as a single whole.

"To give way (not to create hindrances)" — the requirement meaning that the participant of traffic should not begin, renew or continue the movement, carry out any maneuver if it can compel to change other participants of the movement having in relation to it advantage the direction of the movement or speed.

"Organized transport column" — group of three and more mechanical vehicles, the following directly one after another on the same lane with constantly included headlights accompanied by the head vehicle with the switched-on flashing indicator of blue color or indicators of blue and red flowers.

At absence in a visibility range of transition or the intersection it is allowed to cross the road at right angle to the region of the carriageway on sites without dividing strip and protections where it is well looked through in both parties.

"The main road" — the road designated by signs ** 1, 1—3 or 1 in relation to crossed (adjoining), or is expensive with a hard coating (asphalt - and, stone materials and to that it is similar in relation to soil, or any road in relation to departures from adjacent territories. Existence on the minor road right in front of the intersection of a site with a covering does not do it equal on value with crossed.

The driver of the mechanical vehicle participating in the international traffic is obliged: to have at itself registration documents on the vehicle and the driver's license, the relevant Conventions on traffic; to have on transport means registration and distinctive signs of the state in which it is registered.