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Regulatory Signs


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Regulatory Signs
No entry for vehicular traffic, including pedal cycles (usually indicates theend of aone-way road where all trafficis travelling in the other direction)
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No vehicles except pedal cycles being pushed by hand
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No Motor Vehicles
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No Motor Vehicles except solo Motor cycles
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No Solo Motorcycles
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No towed caravans
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No pedestrians
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No ridden or accompanied horses
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No horse-drawn vehicles
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No articulated vehicles
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No goods vehicles over maximum gross weight shown in tonnes
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End of goods vehicles restriction
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No vehicles or combinations of vehicles over maximum length shownN
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No vehicles carrying explosives
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No vehicles over maximum width shown (width shown in imperial units)
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No vehicles or combinations of vehicles over maximum length shown
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No vehicles over the maximum gross weight shown in tonnes. The bottom plate is used where empty vehicles are exempt

Plates used to indicate exemptions from prohibition signs

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Except for access to premises or land adjacent to the road, where there is no other route. Other exemptions may be shown
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Except for loading and unloading by goods vehicles
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No Overtaking
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Where a road or bridge is very narrow, priority must be given to traffic from the other direction (there will usually be a "give way" line indicating where to wait)

Where changes of direction are prohibited, a red bar across the sign is used in addition to the red circle

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No U-Turn
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No Right Turn
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No Left Turn
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Specified traffic must not use verge maintained in mown or ornamental condition
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Proceed in direction indicated by the arrow
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Turn left ahead (right if symbol is reversed)
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Vehicles may pass either side to reach the same destination
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Keep left (right if symbol reversed)
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Plates supplementing "turn" signs
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Mini-roundabout (give way to traffic from the immediate right)
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One-way Traffic
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Location of weight restriction ahead with indication of an alternative route (may show a different restriction)
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