ROAD MARKINGS - STOP LINE
Where: On any road.
Purpose: To indicate where you must bring your vehicle to a standstill.
Action: Stop with the front of your vehicle behind the stop sign. If there is no stop sign, the stop line will have the same meaning as a stop sign.
ROAD MARKINGS - YIELD LINE
Where: On any road especially at intersections.
Purpose: To indicate that you must give priority to all who cross in front of you at this point.
Action: Give way to any one who crosses your path of travel or who wants to cross your path. Even if there is no yield sign, you still have to give way.
ROAD MARKINGS - PEDESTRIAN CROSSING LINES AND BLOCK PEDESTRIAN CROSSING
Where: On any road especially in urban areas at intersections and close to schools.
Purpose: To inform you that priority must be given to pedestrians crossing or wanting to cross the road at these places.
Action: Look out for any pedestrians crossing or wanting to cross the road and give them priority by slowing down or stopping.
ROAD MARKINGS - NO OVERTAKING
Where: On any road that carries two-way traffic (traffic from opposite directions).
Purpose: To inform that it is prohibited to drive with any part of your vehicle on the right-hand side of this line.
Action: Do not cross the line, except to gain direct access to an entrance on the other side of the line, to gain direct access from such an entrance to the road or to pass a stationary obstruction. In all these cases you must ensure that it is safe to do so.