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From splashing mud to startling horses, Australia’s quirky road rules explained

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Observing road rules is critical to the safety of all road users. But not all road rules are easy to understand; some can be confusing and some, at times, may seem bizarre.

Highlights

  • The use of e-scooters is prohibited in New South Wales and South Australia. However, the ACT,  WA and Tasmania allow their use on footpaths and some shared areas, but not on the roads.
  • The hook turn was put in place to facilitate traffic efficiency for trams in the Melbourne CBD. Motorists must use the left lane to turn right wherever a hook turn sign is displayed.
  • If pedestrians don’t cross the road quickly enough, there is a 66-dollar fine in NSW.

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