Midrive’s video driving lessons are designed to give learner drivers an overview of some of the basic elements of learning to drive. They are for illustrative purposes only and are no substitute for real-life driving lessons. This video will explain the meaning of several UK road signs, in particular those which give warnings.
Here's what we cover in the video:
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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About warning signs (via Wiki): Signs in circular red borders are prohibitive, whether or not they also have a diagonal red line. Circular blue signs mainly give a positive (mandatory) instruction. Such circular signs may be accompanied by, or place on, a rectangular plate (information) that provides details of the prohibition or instruction; for example, waiting and loading plates and zone entry signs.
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