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What does this sign stand for?

Stop the vehichle
When this sign is beside a white stop line painted onto the road, you should:

Stop before the line

If the sign isn't beside a white stop line, what should you do...

Stop before the sign
What does this sign stand for?

Yield to the traffic on the major road ahead
What does this sign stand for?

Drive straight ahead only

Turn to the left ahead

Turn to the right ahead
Keep to the left

Keep to the right

You may turn left only

You may turn right only
You may pass either side
There is no entry
There is no right turn
There is No Left Turn
Doing a U-turn is not Permitted

The maximum speed is 30 mph (miles per hour)

The maximum speed is 50 mph (miles per hour)
The maximum speed is 70 mph (miles per hour)
The General Speed Limit applies.
[note: since January 2005 the general speed limit has been replaced by a limit of 60 mph (100km/h) on national roads (green road signs), and a limit of 50 mph (80km/h) on regional roads (white road signs).]

 

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