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Explanation: It can be difficult for a driver emerging from a junction to see other road users. A vehicle that's overtaking might be hidden from the emerging driver's view, especially if the vehicle being overtaken is large, such as a lorry or coach.
When you overtake, choose your time and place carefully.
Explanation: You need to learn different driving techniques for towing a caravan. And, due to your vehicle's increased weight and length, you must plan your manoeuvres well in advance.
The speed limit for towing a caravan is lower than for a vehicle that's not towing. This allows for the extra time it takes to slow down and stop.
Explanation: Diagonal white stripes edged by broken lines are used in the centre of the road to separate traffic going in opposite directions. They're called hatched markings and are often used at junctions.
You should only enter a hatched area bordered by a broken white line, if it's necessary and safe to do so.