When a driver needs to borrow a lane to bypass an obstacle in front and a vehicle in the opposite direction is approaching the obstacle, the driver should reduce speed or stop and yield to the vehicle coming in the opposite direction.
When changing lane, the driver Turn on the turn signal at least three seconds in advance to alert the following vehicle.
When a vehicle changes lane before an intersection, the driver should do so in the area marked by broken lines as indicated by the guide arrow.
When a vehicle needs to change to the left lane, the driver should turn on the left-turn signal in advance and enter the left lane provided he does not obstruct the normal running of other vehicles.
When merging with the traffic flow on the main road, the driver should turn on the turn signal in advance and observe carefully and make sure it is same to merge before merging into the traffic flow.
When a vehicle approaches a crosswalk, the driver should observe the movement of pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles before passing.
When starting up a vehicle stopping at the roadside, the driver should first observe the conditions around the vehicles.
When the green arrow for a lane is on and there are still pedestrians in the crosswalk before the vehicle, the driver should start up after the pedestrians have passed.
After a driver has started up but discovers there are many vehicles overtaking from behind, the driver should move forward slowly and wait for chance to enter the carriageway.
When reserving on an ordinary road and discovering some vehicles are passing, the driver should voluntarily stop and yield.
When reversing to make a U turn on an ordinary road, the driver should do so at a place where the normal traffic is not affected.
If an improper place is chosen for crossing another vehicle, the driver should immediately reduce speed and cross each other slowly, or stop to yield.
If a vehicle enters a left lane for overtaking but is unable to ensure a safe horizontal distance with the normally-running vehicle in front, the driver should give up overtaking.
When overtaking on a road without a central line, the driver should turn on the left-turn signal and overtake from the left side of the vehicle to be overtaken.
If the vehicle to be overtaken has no space for overtaking, the driver should voluntarily give up overtaking.