C-24.2 - Highway Safety Code

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326.1. The driver of a road vehicle shall not cross any of the following roadway markings:
(1)  a solid single line;
(2)  a solid double line;
(3)  a double line consisting of a broken line and a solid line, the latter being adjacent to the lane in which the road vehicle is moving;
(4)  crosshatch markings.
In addition to what is provided for in section 344, subparagraph 1 of the second paragraph of section 348 and section 378, the first paragraph does not apply if the driver can safely
(1)  enter a public highway from the shoulder, from a private road or from private land;
(2)  leave a lane that is obstructed or closed to traffic;
(3)  make a left turn to enter a private road or private land;
(4)  make a right turn to pull onto the shoulder or enter a private road or private land;
(5)  enter a lane reserved for left turns from either direction; or
(6)  cross a traffic lane reserved for the exclusive use of certain vehicles.
1990, c. 83, s. 138; 2018, c. 72018, c. 7, s. 78.
326.1. The driver of a road vehicle shall not cross any of the following lines marking off lanes:
(1)  a solid single line;
(2)  a solid double line;
(3)  a double line consisting of a broken line and a solid line, the latter being adjacent to the lane in which the road vehicle is moving.
In addition to the exceptions provided for in sections 344 and 378, the first paragraph does not apply where the driver must leave the lane he is using because it is obstructed or closed to traffic, or in order to make a left turn towards another road or a private entry; the driver must however assure himself he can do so in safety.
1990, c. 83, s. 138.