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box junction

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Definition of box junction in English:

noun

British
A road area at a junction marked with a yellow grid, which a vehicle should enter only if its exit from it is clear.
Example sentences
  • In particular regarding the Sunbury Cross roundabout, comply with the requirement not to enter a box junction if the exit road is not clear and to obey the traffic lights.
  • One of the rules of the road is that you do not enter a yellow box junction unless your exit is clear or you're turning right.
  • During this manoeuvre Mr McGarry over took the vehicle by entering the yellow box junction and was suddenly thrown from his motorcycle.

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