Is overtaking allowed at the crossroads?
Overtaking is, of course, a very dangerous maneuver on the road and requires attentiveness from all road users, so you need to be well versed in the rules of the road for yourself, and also know if overtaking is permitted at a crossroads.
Overtaking is the advance of one or several cars, which includes going into the oncoming lane, and then returning to the previously occupied lane. Many wonder if overtaking is allowed at regulated intersections. Overtaking is prohibited at regulated intersections (i.e. if there is a traffic controller or traffic lights are working), as well as on unregulated ones, only if your road is not the main one.
And do not forget a few simple rules that prohibit overtaking on the road outside the intersection. Be sure to make sure that there are no cars in the oncoming lane, no one is overtaking, and there are no prohibition signs.