What does the sign Slower Traffic Keep Right mean?
Slower Traffic Keep Right This sign is posted for those driving slower than the normal speed of traffic on a multilane highway. It tells the slow driver to drive in the right lane.
Which sign means drivers should keep to the right?
The keep right sign is a regulatory sign. Keep right signs are used in locations where the driver must pass only on the right of a roadway feature or obstruction. The sign will be posted ahead of the obstacle, in order to warn the driver of a traffic island, obstruction or median ahead.
What does this sign mean pass either side?
Vehicles may pass either side to reach the same destination. This is another sign that isn’t being used that often but its also one of the most puzzling signs that you’ll come across. This sign means that you can drive from either of two sides to get to your destination.
What is the sign for T junction?
T-junction Sign They mean that “another road is about to enter the road you are traveling on, so watch out for traffic from that new road.” IMPORTANT: Traffic coming along the “top” of the “T” has the right of way! If the “T” is laying on its side, it means there’s a road entering from the right or the left.
What sign is no motor vehicles allowed?
‘No motor vehicles’ sign It could be that the area is reserved for pedestrians and cyclists only. This no motor vehicles sign showing a motorbike over a car is sometimes misunderstood to mean only cars and motorcycles are permitted.
Which sign means there will be two way traffic?
The two way traffic sign is a warning sign. Two way traffic signs are posted before or on two-way roadways. These two way traffic signs warn drivers that they’re leaving a one-way roadway and entering a roadway with opposing traffic. This might restrict the driver’s ability to freely pass cars.
What does a blue circular sign mean?
Most regulatory signs are circular. A RED RING or RED CIRCLE indicates a prohibition. A BLUE CIRCLE generally gives a positive (mandatory) instruction or indicates a route for use only by particular classes of vehicle (see sections on tram signs and bus and cycle signs).