Road Traffic - RVV 1990 Dutch and English

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In the RVV are articles that are relevant to each road user or traffic participant. The Dutch version and the English translation of Article 1 of the RVV 1990 ?? edition 2011 - as abridged by the Ministry of Transport will find below. The English translated articles from the RVV 1990, are shown in italics below the display in the Dutch articles.

Traffic Signs and Regulations in the Netherlands - Road Traffic Signs and Regulations in the Netherlands

Section I. Definitions
Article 1
In this Decree and the provisions based thereon, the following apply:
For the purpose of the present Decree and all Provisions That flow from it, the meaning Of the following terms Shall Be as follows:
Trailers: vehicles propelled by a vehicle or manifestly intended to be so moved and trailers
Trailer: That vehicles are pulled by another vehicle or are Clearly Intended To Be Pulled so, zoals semi-trailers
Ambulance: motor vehicle, designed and intended to be used for ambulance transport within the meaning of the Ambulance Transport Act
Ambulance: motor vehicle, equipped and Intended to be used for ambulance transport as reffered to in the Dutch law on conveyance by ambulance
Bus: motor vehicle, designed to carry more than eight persons, including the driver did not understand
Bus: a motor vehicle designed to carry more than eight persons, Excluding the driver
Motorway: road, designated by board G1 in Annex I; along motorways, car parks, petrol stations and bus stop locations are not part of the motorway from
Motorway: a road designated by sign G 1; parking areas, filling stations and bus stops located along motorways are not Regarded as being part of the motorway
Motorway: road, designated by sign G3 of Annex I; off-motorway car parks, petrol stations and bus stop locations are not part of the motorway from
Main highway: a road designated by sign G3; parking areas, filling stations and bus stops located along motorways are not Regarded as being part of the motorway
Commercial: commercial vehicle as defined in Article 1.1 of the Vehicle Regulations
Commercial vehicle: as Indicated in article 1.1 part h of the Vehicle Regulations
Van: motor vehicle intended for the transport of goods whose maximum authorized mass not exceeding 3500 kg;
Of: a motor vehicle Intended to carry goods, with a Permitted maximum weight of no more than 3500 kg
Local traffic: drivers concerned whose destination one or more certain parcels located on or in the immediate vicinity of a road marked with a closed explanation for certain categories of drivers through traffic and which are only accessible via this route as well as drivers of buses
Local traffic: drivers Whose destinations include one or more specified local Stops That Are located on or in the immediate vicinity of a main road that's closed to certainement categories of vehicles and That can only be Reached by synthesis routes and ook drivers of scheduled buses
Driver of a vehicle:
1. He who is driving the vehicle, or
2. in so far as it concerns a motor vehicle for controlling a driver's license which AM, B, C, D or E, is required, and which is provided with a dual control, he gives the driving instruction or monitors in the context of a behalf of the government set test of skills other than an investigation under Article 131, first paragraph, of the Law
Driver of a motor vehicle:
Any one person in charge of a motor vehicle, or
2 where the motor vehicle in question is one that demand a category B, C, D or E license or where the vehicle HAS dual controls and the driver is giving driving tuition or conducting an official driving test
other than a test zoals is described in Article 131, part 1 of the Road Traffic Act 1994
Drivers: all road users other than pedestrians;
Drivers: all road users excepting pedestrians
Competent authority: authority referred to in Article 18, first paragraph, of the Act;
Competent Authorities: Those Authorities defined in article 18, subsection 1 of the Act
Brom Bakfiets: moped with three symmetrically arranged wheels fitted with two front wheels with a diameter of more than 0.40 m, fitted out solely for the transport of goods and the driver and possibly a passenger seated behind the driver;
Motor-assisted bicycle trailer: moped on three symmetrical wheels, with two front wheels with a diameter Exceeding 0.40 m, designed Exclusively to transport a driver / rider and goods and possibly a passenger seated behind the rider / driver
Brommobiel: moped on more than two wheels, which is provided with a body;
Microcar: a moped having more than two wheels and having a compartment for the driver
Bus lane: lane bearing the word BUS or SCHEDULED BUS;
Bus lane: a division of the carriageway marked by intermittent or continuous lines and Indicated by the word ?? BUS ?? or ?? SCHEDULED BUS ??
Bus lane: by solid or broken lines marked portion of the road bearing the word BUS or SCHEDULED BUS;
Bus route: a traffic route Indicated by the word BUS ?? ?? or ?? SCHEDULED BUS ??
Day means the period between sunrise and sunset;
Day: the period between sunrise and sunset
Emergency medical care: ambulance services entrusted under the Ambulance Transport Act authorized for the provision of ambulance services, as well as specially equipped vehicles of other outreach services commissioned by a central station as defined in Article 1 of the Ambulance Transport Act engaged in the provision of frontline emergency care;
Services for emergency medical assistance: Permitted ambulance service under the Ambulance Transport Act to providence ambulance transport, as well as vehicles equipped For that purpose or other
assistance services providing first-response emergency assistance as Instructed by a central location as Indicated in Article 1 of the Ambulance Transport Act
Animal Rescue: motor vehicle, designed and intended to be used for the transport of sick and injured animals;
Animal ambulance: motor vehicle, equipped and Intended to be used for the transport of sick or wounded animals
Continuous lane: lane without the insert and deceleration lanes;
Continuous carriageway: a carriageway without entry and exit lanes
Wheel motor vehicle: three-wheeled motor vehicle as defined in Article 1.1 of the Vehicle Regulations;
Three-wheeled motor vehicle: three-wheeled motor vehicle axle Intended in article 1.1 of the section q Vehicle Regulations
Bicycle Strip: by solid or broken lines marked portion of the roadway on which images of a bicycle are arranged;
Cycle lane: divisions of the main carriageway Clearly marked by intermittent or continuous lines and showing depictions of a bicycle
Closed Statement: ban in the relevant drive away or go and use the road in question;
No thoroughfare indication: an indication That access to the road in question is prohibited and the road May not be used
Shark teeth: Priority triangles on the road surface;
Give-way road markings: priority triangles on the carriageway surface
Disabled Vehicle: vehicle is equipped to carry a disabled person, not wider than 1.10 meters and not equipped with a motor, or is equipped with an engine having a maximum design speed not exceeding 45 km per hour is, and is not a moped
Invalid carriage: a vehicle thats Specifically designed to be driven by a disabled driver and is not wider than 1:10 meters, Which has no engine or is fitted with an engine designed to restrict the maximum speed to 45 km / h, and-which is not a moped
Lane: marker through a block of the main carriageway separated portion of the road which is intended for drivers who drive onto the roadway through-
Entry lane: a section of road that's separated by markings from the main carriageway thats Intended to be used by drivers joining the main carriageway
Crossroads: intersection or junction of roads
Junction: A crossing or a division or roads, lanes and carriageways
Berth mooring provided for in Article 1.1 of the Vehicle Regulations
Facility for lying down: facility for lying down as Indicated in Article 1.1 or the Vehicle Regulations
Public bus: motor vehicle used for the performance of public transport within the meaning of the Passenger Transport Act 2000
Scheduled Bus: a motor vehicle designed for the public carriage of persons in the sense of the Carriage of Persons Act 2000
Military convoy: a number behind each other standing military or by a part of the emergency response organization motor vehicles in use, under one commander, flying the identification established by the Minister in consultation with the Minister of Defence;
Military Convoy: a number of military vehicles or alternatively a number of emergency services vehicles driving in the form of a convoy and under the control of a single commander, bearing Identifying markings
Motorcycle: two-wheel vehicles with or without sidecar or trailer
Motorcycle: a motor vehicle on two wheels, can-which have a side-car or pull a trailer
Motor vehicles: all motorized vehicles except mopeds, bicycles with pedal assistance and disabled vehicles intended to be propelled otherwise than on rails;
Motor vehicles: all motorized vehicles except mopeds, bicycles with pedal assistance and invalid carriages, Intended to travel other than on rails
Night: The period between sunset and sunrise;
Night: the period between sunset and sunrise
Level crossing: crossing a road and a railway which is indicated by block J12 or J13 Annex 1
Level crossing: an intersection point of a road and a railway track designated by the sign J12 or J13
Parking bay or parking lane: situated along the roadway pavement intended for stationary or parked vehicles
Parking areas or parking lanes: a paved strip alongside the main carriageway that's Intended for stationary or parked vehicles
Parking: letting stop of a vehicle other than during the time required for and used for the immediate embarkation or disembarkation of passengers or for the immediate loading and unloading goods
Parking: Stopping and leaving a vehicle for a purpose Other than that or-allowing passengers to board or to alight or to load or unload goods
Passenger: Passenger as provided in Article 1.1 of the Vehicle Regulations
Passenger car: as Indicated in article 1.1 at part or the Vehicle Regulations
Dot plot: more angular plane of the road, recorded in divisions or groupings of roads, lanes or roadways;
Road edges: the cambered edges of a carriageway
Roadway: all vehicles intended for road section with the exception of bicycle paths and bicycle / moped path
Carriageway: any part of the road Specifically Intended to be used by road vehicles and Excluding footpaths and cycle or moped tracks
Lane: by solid or broken lines marked portion of the carriageway of such a width that drivers of motor vehicles with more than two wheels are available for them;
Traffic lane: sections of the carriageway divided by Means of appropriateness into lanes or markings Such a width That vehicles having more than two wheels can travel between the markings
Moped: moped constructed according to the data in the vehicle registration or the registration certificate issued for the vehicle to a maximum speed not exceeding 25 km per hour or moped as defined in Article 1, first paragraph, section E, subsection d, of the law
Motor-assisted bicycle: a moped that, accordion thing to the information in the register or the registration
issued for the vehicle is designed for a maximum speed not Exceeding 25 km / h; or a moped as Indicated in Article 1, part one, section, subsection of the act
Rush-hour lane, the lane as lane designated according plate C23-01 Annex 1
Rush-hour lane: the shoulder designated as a traffic lane accordion thing to sign C23-01
T100-bus: bus, on which a note on the registration certificate or the vehicle registration shows that it is arranged so that it is eligible for a maximum speed of 100 kilometers per hour.
With a T100 bus as described in this decree is a bus registered in another Member State of the European Union or a state that is not a member state of the European Union, which is party to a relevant or partly relevant treaty that binds the Netherlands, and on which of the registration certificate or a certificate issued by an independent inspection body, issued based on investigations that offer protection at least equivalent to the level aimed at by the national investigations, it appears that the bus is suitable for a maximum speed of 100 kilometers per hour
T100 bus: a bus designated by a marking on or its registration in the register as having leg configured as Eligible for a maximum speed of 100 kilometers per hour. Equivalent to a T100 bus as described in this decree is a bus registered in another European Union member state, or a state that's not a member of the European Union but-which is a party to a convention To that effect or partly To that effect and All which is binding on the Netherlands, and regarding etc.-which the registration or a statement issued by an independent testing authority, issued based on investigations offering a level of protection at least equivalent tobthe level Assumed by national investigations, indicates That the bus is Suitable for a maximum speed of 100 kilometers per hour
Smoke rises: by marking a block from the main carriageway separated stretch of road that is designed for drivers who leave the main carriageway
Exit lane: a section of road that's separated by markings from the main carriageway thats Intended to be used by drivers leaving the main carriageway
Funeral Procession of vehicles: a procession consisting of motor vehicles, a body referred to in Article 2, first paragraph, section a of the Burial and Cremation Act or the ashes of a cremated corpse guiding and flying the identifiers referred to in Article 30c
Motorised Funeral Procession: a procession formed by motorized vehicles thats Accompanying a body axis Indicated in Article 2, first part, section a, of the Burial and Cremation Act or the ash of a cremated body and is displaying the identification marks as Indicated in Article 30c
Safety Cell: part of the construction of a moped, motorcycle or three-wheeled motor vehicle that the driver or passengers protection from head injury
Safety Cell: Part of the structure of a moped, a motorcycle or three-wheeled motor vehicle That Protects the rider or passengers from head injury
Expulsion Right: part of the road which slashes are made
Road edges: the cambered edges of a carriageway
Traffic: all road users;
Road traffic: all road users
Verkeersregelaar: person as defined in Article 1, section f, of the Decree on administrative provisions relating to road traffic
Traffic Director: Traffic director with traffic directing duties as part of his or her profession: traffic director who carries out traffic control activities as part of his or her profession, as Opposed to a traffic escort or traffic supervisor Whose role is to carry out simple traffic control work constantly Events
Illuminated transparent: illuminated transparency as provided for in Article 1.1 of the Vehicle Regulations
Illuminated transparency: as Indicated in article 1.1 bb1 part, or the Vehicle Regulations
Refuge or emergency: a continuous line on the carriageway of the motorway or freeway separated section of road, which is intended for emergency use, except for the duration of the opening as a striker strip
Hard shoulder or refuge sections: areas at the edges or motorway or main highway carriageways divided by an unbroken line from the main part of the carriageway Intended for use in emergencies, except for the period That it is open as a rush-hour lane
Vehicles: bicycles, mopeds, disabled vehicles, motor vehicles, trams and trolleys
Vehicles: bicycles, mopeds, invalid carriages, motor vehicles, trams and trolleys
Give priority: to enable the directors concerned freely make their way
Giving priority: certainement-allowing drivers to proceed without obstructing Their Way
Priority vehicle: motor vehicle that carries optical and acoustic signals provided for in Article 29
Emergency vehicle: a motor vehicle fitted with acoustic and visual alarm signals as described in Article 29
Trucks: motor vehicle not equipped for the transport of persons, whose permissible maximum mass exceeds 3,500 kg
Goods vehicle: a motor vehicle with a maximum Permitted weight of more than 3500 kg not Intended for carrying passengers
Road users: pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists, drivers of a disabled vehicle, a vehicle or a tram, riders, accompanying horses or other animals or livestock and directors of a strung or unstrung car
Road users: pedestrians, cyclists, moped riders, drivers and invalid carriages, motor vehicles or trams, horse riders, persons Accompanying animals or cattle and drivers of horse-drawn wagons or other
Law: Road Traffic Act 1994
Act: The Road Traffic Act 1994
Seat: seat as defined in Article 1.1 of the Vehicle Regulations
Seat: a structure constructed Especially For that purpose and providing space for an adult. This May be an individual seat as well as part of a bench providing space for one person. An improvised seat or a seat for use while stationary is not classified as a seat
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