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Last edited by AmIDoingItRight; 06-05-2012 at 00:15.
Dual Carriageway not subject to motorway regulation or the national speed limit - without order of government or statute? Any lane - take the A38 in Birmingham and the A45 in Brum, these are three lane dual-carriageways that split to 5 lanes to turn and carry straight on, so to turn right you'd need to use lane 3.
(Original post by ROG.)
Bit lost here..... what has motorway rules got to do with dual carriageway rules?
I believe my question was - how many lanes can LGVs over 7.5 tonnes legally use on a 3 lane dual?
Motorway or upgraded A road, dual carriageways subject to NSL then they can use lanes 1 and 2 only, 2 for overtaking. This is due to speed limiters fitted to these vehicles in addition to potential to cross contaminate the opposite carriageway.
I think that's right, not bothered checking...
Last edited by mikelwhile; 11-05-2012 at 06:08.
Reason: Just forgot a tiny point