Q: Is there a road sign test to get your ‘N’?
Well technically NO. But when you think about it, if you’re on your road test, driving down the road, and you have no idea what any of the signs mean, then the examiner is bound to notice this wouldn’t you say. More importantly, once you…
BC Road Sign Colours and their Meanings
The colours of road signs have very specific meanings: White and black signs are regulation signs. This means if you disregard what is on the sign, you’re breaking the law. A sign with a Yellow background is a warning, caution, or recommended speed sign. …
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