Motorways and tunnels
Motorways are roads that help reduce journey times by separating traffic and removing road junctions. They are probably the safest way of moving large volumes of traffic, mainly because they remove the risk of head-on collision. However, compared with other types of road, they carry a greater risk of pileups.
This section covers the rules on who can drive on a motorway, the meaning of motorway signs and how to join, leave and overtake safely.
- General Rules
- Joining the motorway
- On the motorway
- Leaving a motorway
- Stopping and parking
- What to do if your vehicle breaks down