1. The right to drive a moped shall be granted to persons who have reached the age of sixteen.

2. Cyclists shall move along a cycle path, a cycle lane, and in their absence, along the right edge of the carriageway, including along a lane for route vehicles or along a roadside, sidewalk or footpath, without endangering pedestrian traffic.

It shall be prohibited to drive along the legal edge of the carriageway, the lane of route vehicles, or the roadside of cyclists under the age of fourteen.

On roads with a cycle lane marked with sign 4.5 with sign 7.14, no other vehicles, except for mopeds, are moving or stopping on this lane.

If the lane marked with sign 4.5 with plate 7.14 is separated from the rest of the carriageway by a broken marking line, then when turning, vehicles shall change lanes to it. It shall also be permitted in such places to drive into this lane at the entrance to the road and for embarking and disembarking passengers at the right edge of the carriageway.

3. Cyclists on the road shall move in one row.

4. Mopeds shall move along the cycle path, cycle lane, and in their absence – along the right edge of the carriageway, including the lane for route vehicles, in one row.

5. Horse-drawn carriages (sledges), pack, draft or riding animals shall move along the rightmost lane in one row or the roadside if this does not interfere with pedestrians.

6. Columns of cyclists, horse-drawn carriages (sledges), pack, draft or riding animals, when moving along the carriageway, must be divided into groups of ten cyclists, riding and pack animals and five carriages (sledges). To facilitate overtaking, the distance between groups should be eighty to one hundred meters.

7. Bicycle and moped drivers shall be prohibited from:

1) driving without holding the steering wheel with at least one hand;

2) carrying passengers;

3) transportation cargo that protrudes more than fifty centimetres in length or width beyond the dimensions, or cargo that interferes with control;

4) moving along the road if there is a bicycle path nearby;

5) turning left or around on roads with tram traffic and roads with more than one lane for traffic in this direction.

6) towing bicycles and mopeds, as well as by bicycles and mopeds, except for towing a trailer intended for use with a bicycle or moped;

7) riding at a pedestrian crossing.

8. At an unregulated intersection of a cycle path with a road, located outside the intersection, drivers of bicycles and mopeds must give way to vehicles moving along this road.

The driver of a horse-drawn carriage (sleigh), when entering the road from a secondary road in places with limited visibility, shall lead the animal by the bridle.

9. Animals on the road should be driven, as a rule, during daylight hours. The drivers guide the animals closer to the right side of the road.

10. When driving a group of animals along the road or through it at night and in conditions of insufficient visibility, the drovers shall give signals to warn drivers about the presence of animals on the road.

Note. The signal is a circular movement of a hand with a torch or a lantern, while the giving signal is at a distance of ten to fifteen meters from the group of animals towards the approaching vehicle.

11. When driving animals across the railway tracks, the herd must be divided into groups of such a size that, taking into account the number of drivers, the safe passage of each group shall be ensured.

12. Drivers of horse-drawn carriages (sledges), drivers and owners of the pack, draught, saddle animals, and livestock shall be prohibited to:

1) leave animals unattended in cases that do not exclude their appearance on paved roads;

2) drive animals across railway tracks and roads outside specially designated areas, as well as at night and in conditions of insufficient visibility (except for cattle passes at different levels);

3) lead animals along the road with asphalt and cement concrete pavement if there are other ways.

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