Regulatory signs Lessons Note

Regulatory signs inform drivers of traffic laws and regulations. Road users must obey all instructions on regulatory signs. Regulatory signs are divided into four digestible parts. This is part 1.

Give Way

This sign indicates you must slow down and, if required, stop and obey the Give Way rules

Stop

This sign indicates you must come to a complete stop and obey the Give Way rules

Give Way at Roundabout

This sign indicates you must slow down or, if required, stop. You must give way to all vehicles in the roundabout.

One Way (forward)

You must only drive in the direction of the arrow

Two-way Traffic

Vehicles will travel in both directions of the road. Keep left

One Way left/right.

These signs indicate one-way roads. Drive in the direction of the arrow

No Left/Right Turn.

You're not permitted to turn left/right.

Turn Left or Right.

You must turn in the direction of the arrow

No U-turn

You aren't permitted to do a U-turn next to this sign

U-turn Permitted.

You're permitted to make a U-turn next to this sign

No Turns.

You must not make any turns

Speed Limit.

This sign indicates the maximum speed allowed. You must not drive faster than indicated!

Speed Zone Area.

This sign indicates the speed limit within the area you are entering

End of Speed Zone Area

This sign indicates you are leaving the area covered by the speed limit restriction

End of Speed Limit

This sign indicates the end of the given speed limit. The default speed limit will apply

Start of Freeway Stop when Traffic Lights are off or flashing Median Turning Lane

Used so vehicles in either direction can enter/leave the road. These lanes are a shared part of the road and vehicles in a median turning lane must give way to other vehicles.

Keep Left Unless Overtaking

You must stay in the left lane unless overtaking.

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