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MISSION365DAYS NON-STOP ROAD SAFETY SIGNS - 2018

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MISSION365DAYS NON-STOP ROAD SAFETY SIGNS - 2018

  1. 1. ROAD LANE MARKING! “This line is found on busy main roads and traffic intersection. Here crossing this line and overtaking is prohibited”
  2. 2. ROAD LANE MARKING! “Separation of lanes on which travel in the same directions, with crossing from one to the other”
  3. 3. ROAD LANE MARKING! “Separation of lanes on which travel is in the opposite direction, and where overtaking with care is permitted”
  4. 4. ROAD LANE MARKING! “Separation of lanes or of a lane and should where lane changing is discouraged”
  5. 5. ROAD LANE MARKING! “Separation of lanes overtaking is prohibited in both directions. Right turn maneuvers across this marking are not permitted”
  6. 6. ROAD LANE MARKING! “Separation of lanes where overtaking is permitted with care for traffic adjacent to the broken line, but prohibited for traffic adjacent to solid line ”
  7. 7. “About to turn to right:- Extend the right arm in a horizontal position outside of the vehicle and hold rigidly with the palm turned to the front” DRIVER HAND SIGNAL!
  8. 8. DRIVER HAND SIGNAL! “About to slow down:- Extend the right arm outside of the vehicle and with the palm down wards and move the arm up and down slowly several times”
  9. 9. “To allow the vehicle behind You to overtake:- Extend the right arm horizontally outside of the vehicle and move backward and forward in semicircular motion” DRIVER HAND SIGNAL!
  10. 10. “About to turn to left:- Extend the right arm outside of the vehicle and rotate it in anti-clockwise direction” DRIVER HAND SIGNAL!
  11. 11. “About to stop:- Extend the right arm outside of the vehicle and raise forearm vertically with palm turned to the front” DRIVER HAND SIGNAL!

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