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Road Signage
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Being Considerate & Alert
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ROAD MARKINGS

   Stop your vehicle and give way to pedestrians.
   

There is a pedestrian crossing ahead
   
Do not enter the area unless:

1. the exit is clear or
2. you're turning right

   
You should not cross the line.
   

What do white arrows painted on the road mean?

They show you which lane you should follow, for your intended route.

   
This road marking and sign together mean:

Parking is not permitted at the times displayed

This sign and road marking mean:

Parking is not permitted at the times displayed.
   

This road marking means:

You may only cross the broken white line when it's safe to do so.

   
If you are coming from the right, what does this road marking indicate?

That a continuous white line is located ahead.
   
If you are driving from the right to left, could you cross the continuous white line?

No, you can't.
   
If you are driving from the left to the right, may you cross from the broken-line side, to the other side?

You may, but only if it's safe to do so.
   
This road marking means:

There is no entry.
   
This road marking means:

At all times, parking is prohibited.
   
This road marking means:

You should remain left of the continuous white line.
   

A broken yellow line shows:

The edge of a carraigeway/hard shoulder.

 

TRAFFIC LIGHTS

 

What does this traffic light stand for?

Only proceed, if it is definitely safe.
   
What does this traffic light stand for?

Only proceed, if you are unable to stop.
   
What does this traffic light stand for?

The driver may proceed in the direction of the green arrow.
What does this traffic light stand for?

You have to stop.
   
What does this traffic light stand for?

Left-turning traffic may proceed.
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