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If there is traffic controller holding up a stop sign then you are required by law to comply with the Traffic controller.
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I need a diagram to see how the slip lane and the T intersection are connected. If they are one and the same with the slip lane being an extra lane you have to stop
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I have received the photo
If the Traffic Control person is where the red box is then you have to abide by their instructions and you cannot enter the left lane or slip lane as you call it.
If they are standing further back closer to the STOP signs where the white lines are marked showing the slip lane then the slip lane is free for your entry.
But where the red box is you have to follow their instructions.
Section 304 of the road rules I think would be the sectionhttp://www5.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/sa/consol_reg/arr210/s304.html
I am not sure what the penalty would be though.
You would have to speak to your employer about how you would bring the charges.
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I am confused.
Even the Drive without Due Care applies to the driver not the controller.
As the Driver you cannot charge the controller with anything.
Only the controller can have charges bought against the driver.
So if you are the driver I cannot understand what you are trying to do.
Have you been charged? Yes or no?
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