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A Math Teacher who Writes (or a Writer who DOES MATH). Charles Bukowski said: "I write because I don't know what I think until I read what I say" Seems like a perfectly fine rationale to me.



Regulatory road signs are road signs that give orders. 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Blue circular road signs often are used to indicate a route to be taken by arrows or that only particular classes of vehicles may use a route. There are two exceptions for the regulatory order road signs shapes. These are the ‘STOP’ and ‘GIVE WAY’ road signs as illustrated below.This section provides pictures and meaning for the most frequently used regulatory UK road signs.Understanding these order road signs is essential in passing the theory test and the practical driving test. Once you have revised road signs for the theory test, take the theory test quiz for UK road signs.Once you have studied these regulatory order road signs and the various other types of road signs and feel confident in your ability to know them, take the road sign test quizStop road signSee Stop signs and lines law for driver and cyclists. Why are there stop signs and do you need to stop at a stop sign.Give Way signSee give way signs, rules, road markings and lines for further information.No entry signNo entry for motor vehicles and including pedal cycles.No vehiclesNo vehicles except pedal cycles being pushed by hand sign.No vehiclesNo vehicles at specified times show on sign, except for access.No motor vehicles signNo solo motorcycles signNo towed caravans signNo pedestrians road signNo motor vehicles except solo motorcycles signNo ridden or accompanied horses signNo goods vehicles over maximum gross weight shown in tonnes signEnd of goods vehicles restriction sign No horse-drawn vehicles signNo articulated vehicles signNo cyclists road sign‘Clearway’ No stopping sign No local buses signNo local buses or vehicles designed to carry more than 8 passengers (excluding driver) allowed sign.National speed limit signUsually found on single carriageway ‘A’ roads. The national speed limit is the fastest legal speed limit for that particular road where the sign is located.No vehicles or combinations of vehicles over maximum length shown signNo vehicles over maximum width shown sign (width shown in metric and imperial units)No vehicles over the maximum gross weight shown in tonnes sign. The bottom plate is used where empty vehicles are exemptExcept for access to premises or land adjacent to the road, where there is no other route. Other exemptions may be shown sign Low bridge signLow bridge regulatory order road sign. Maximum height displayed in metric and imperial units. See low bridge signs for further information.No waiting signA no waiting sign allows for a driver to for example, briefly stop the vehicle to allow a passenger to exit or enter the car. Any longer periods may be deemed as waiting. See no stopping and no waiting signs for further information.No overtaking signSee no overtaking signs and road markings for details on when it is legal to overtake and when it is illegal. A solid white line in the centre of the road may also be in place where no overtaking road signs are placed.Priority signWhere a road or bridge is very narrow, priority must be given to traffic from the other direction (there will usually be a “give way” line indicating where to wait)Except for loading and unloading by goods vehicles signSpecified traffic must not use verge maintained in mown or ornamental conditionExemption plateSchool crossing patrol signVehicles must not go beyond the sign where displayed by a school crossing patrol person.Stop police signVehicles must not go beyond the sign where displayed by a police officer or traffic warden.No U-turn signNo right turn signNo left turn signBlue circles generally give a mandatory instruction, such as ‘turn right’ or to provide information on lanes. Often they are used to indicate a route available only to particular classes of traffic, e.g. buses and cycles only. Blue rectangular road signs are used for informational purposes except on motorways where blue is used for direction signs. See blue road signs for further information.Proceed in direction indicated by the arrow signTurn left ahead sign (right if symbol is reversed)Vehicles may pass either side to reach the same destination signKeep left sign (right if symbol reversed)Mini-roundabout (give way to traffic from the immediate right) signOne-way traffic signRoute for pedal cycles onlyOnce you have studied these regulatory order road signs and the various other types of road signs and feel confident in your ability to know them, take the road sign test quiz (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});





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