[Answer] _________ lines mean that passing is not allowed in either direction.

Answer: double solid yellow
_________ lines mean that passing is not allowed in either direction.
A single yellow line is a road marking that is present on the side of the carriageway across the British Isles. In the United Kingdom the Isle of Man and Ireland It indicates that parking or waiting at that roadside is prohibited at certain times of day. The exact times vary by area and are indicated by signs at the roadside or by Controlled Parking Zone entry signs. Stopping to load and to pick up or set down passengers is generally allowed unless additional restrictions apply.
On two-lane roads a single broken center line means that passing is allowed in either direction a double solid center line means passing is prohibited in both directions and the combination of a solid line with a broken line means that passing is allowed only from the side with the broken line and prohibited from the side with the solid line .
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