Warning! I’m about to tell you ‘bout five warning signs you need to know. You can tell they’re warning signs by their extreme eye-catching yellowness.
Some Warning Signs You Should Know
The Large Double Arrow sign is one that you’ll see at T-intersections. It’s trying to tell you that you’ll have to turn either right or left soon. As soon as you yield right of way to the drivers on the cross street, you’re ready to roll in your chosen direction.
This dip, right?
Nah, different kind of dip. This sign means that there will be a pretty substantial dip in the road up ahead, so you probably want to slow down. If not, you could lose control or potentially break some part of your car.
You’ve heard of the term “cold shoulder,” right? Well, this is nothing like that. Soft shoulder means that the pavement transitions into gravel/dirt at the shoulder. If your car goes off of the pavement and hits the soft shoulder, you could lose control of your car. If you do happen to meander onto the soft shoulder, make sure you gradually return to the pavement. None of those fast movements or you risk flipping your car. And not in a cool way.
This sign is weird, right? It means that the bridge is narrower than the road, so as you and your fellow road compadres travel onto it, you’ll be merging slightly closer together. It’s not a Mad Max situation - you’ll still have the same amount of travel lanes, they’ll just be a little tighter.
Narrow bridge ahead? GOT IT.
Highway Intersection Ahead
This sign means that your tiny little road is about to be dominated. You’ll see this sign when you’re on a smaller road that is about to be crossed by a highway. The reason for this sign is to let you know that traffic on the cross road will be traveling fast and there might be more lanes than your current road, which means a higher volume of traffic. Just be ready.
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