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Road narrows on right (left if sign reversed) | Road narrows on both sides Crossroads | Junction on bend ahead T-junction with priority over vehicles from the right | Bend to right (or left if symbol reversed) Roundabout | A change in road layout ahead requires a reduction in speed Traffic merging from left ahead | Slippery road Steep hill upwards | Steep hill downwards Wild animals | Traffic lights Zebra crossing | School crossing patrol ahead Junction on bend ahead | Double bend first to left (symbol may be reversed) Two-way traffic straight ahead | Two-way traffic crosses one-way road Uneven road | Dual carriageway ends Pedestrians in road ahead | Frail (or blind or disabled if shown) pedestrians likely to cross road ahead Wild horses or ponies | Accompanied horses or ponies
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