Here are some Signs and Signals that you need to know!

  • STOP – 100 YARDS (Distance to ‘STOP’ line ahead)
  • Dual carriageway ends
  • ​The road narrows on right (left if symbol reversed)
  • The road narrows on both sides
  • Give Way 50 Yrds (Distance to ‘Give Way’ line ahead)
  • Crossroads
  • Junction on bend ahead
  • T-junction with priority over vehicles from the right
  • Staggered junction
  • Traffic merging from left ahead – The priority through route is indicated by the broader line
  • Double bend first to left (symbol may be reversed)
  • Bend to the right (or left if symbol reversed)
  • Roundabout
  • Uneven road
  • The plate below some signs
  • Two-way traffic crosses a one-way road
  • Two-way traffic straight ahead
  • Opening or swing bridge ahead
  • Low-flying aircraft or sudden aircraft noise
  • Falling or fallen rocks
  • Traffic signals not in use
  • Traffic signals
  • Slippery road
  • Steep hill downwards
  • Steep hill upwards​Gradients may be shown as a ratio i.e. 20% = 15
  • Tunnel ahead
  • Trams crossing ahead
  • A level crossing with barrier or gate ahead
  • Level crossing without barrier or gate ahead
  • Level crossing without barrier
  • Frail (or blind or disabled if shown)​pedestrians likely to cross the road ahead
  • No Footway for 400 Yards (Pedestrians in the road ahead)
  • Zebra crossing
  • Save Height (Overhead electric cable; plate indicates the maximum height​of vehicles which can pass safely)
  • Available width of headroom indicated
  • Sharp deviation of the route to left​(or right if chevrons reversed)
  • Light signals ahead at the level crossing, airfield, or bridge
  • Miniature warning lights at level crossings
  • Cattle
  • Wild animals
  • Wild horses or ponies
  • Accompanied horses or ponies
  • Cycle route ahead
  • Risk of ice
  • Traffic queues likely ahead
  • The distance over which road humps extend
  • Another danger; plate indicates the nature of the danger
  • Soft verges
  • Side winds
  • Hump bridge
  • Worded warning sign
  • Quayside or riverbank
  • Risk of grounding

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