You may pass vehicles ahead of you only if:
• A traffic sign or traffic road marking does not prohibit overtaking and only if overtaking it is safe to do so.
• The driver ahead of you indicates that he is going to turn right and you have enough room to pass on the left.
• You are travelling down a one-way street, which is wide enough for two of more vehicles to travel next to each other, whether or not lanes have been painted on the road surface.
• Indicate your intention to overtake before you change lanes by using indicators or hand signals.
• After overtaking, indicate that you intend to move back to the lane in which you were originally travelling.
WHEN OVERTAKING STATIONARY VEHICLES, ESPECIALLY BUSES
• Slow down.
• Keep a sharp lookout for passengers embarking or disembarking from the vehicles.
• Keep a sharp lookout for pedestrians and children.
WHEN BEING OVERTAKEN:
• You must keep as far left as possible.
• Do not accelerate.
• On a multi-lane road, you must move to the left-hand lane when the driver behind you indicates his intention of passing you.
Do not overtake,
• On the left shoulder of the road.
• A vehicle that has come to a dead stop at a pedestrian crossing or a scholar patrol.
• A vehicle that is slowing down at a YIELD sign.
• A vehicle that is slowing down when approaching a hill or a blind rise.
• In a curve or turn, except where the road is wide enough to allow safe overtaking.
• If overtaking can create a danger to any oncoming traffic or the vehicle that is being overtaken.
• If overtaking can create a danger to any pedestrians.