news.com.au wrote:Under NSW road rules, you can cross a dividing line to enter or leave a property or road “by the shortest route”.
For example, it is legal to turn right over dividing lines when coming out of a petrol station or shopping centre, unless there is a sign specifically stating you can’t.
This rule applies to both double and single unbroken road markings.
My reading of the ARRs 132 and 134 - and yes, I checked the NSW versions here https://www.legislation.nsw.gov.au/#/vi ... 2/rule.132 - is that the news.com.au article is wrong; you can cross a single solid line but not a double solid line. Can someone else confirm that I am not (or am!) losing my mind?