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Failing to Respect the Priority of Pedestrians

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Offence: Failing to Respect the Priority of Pedestrians.

Failing to respect the priority of pedestrians and the fact that pedestrians take precedence will result in a fine and, depending on the potential risk to those pedestrians, the loss of 4 points.

Fine: 200 euro

Reason: Pedestrians are the most vulnerable of all road users. Facing a potential collision with a vehicle, the pedestrian will always come worse off, and so they need the most protection.

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