Not all those who have a driving license know the road signs as they should, but this is a big problem, because due to misinformation there is a risk of committing serious accidents and infractions that can cause more than hefty fines.
The highway code does not admit misinformation or ignorance, for this reason it does not accept excuses of any kind, whoever makes a mistake pays, always and in any case.
Most of us know the road signs present on the roads that we usually visit on a daily basis, but there are others, however, which perhaps are seen much less, but which obviously they are equally importantso you need to know them and know what they mean and what they require.
Transgressing the highway code for disinformation is dangerous in many respects
Not knowing them means run the risk of violating the highway code and consequently peck onerous fines and much more. Among the lesser known there is, for example, the road sign in the shape of a triangle which has a car drawn above it on the floating comma waves.
Those who have recently studied probably know what it indicates, while those who have obtained their driving license for a long time or are uninformed on their own have absolutely no idea. That sign indicates that after a few meters there is an outlet on the pier or on an embankment, so who breaks the ban on getting too close, risks falling into it.
Here’s what the least known but all-important signal is and what it indicates
Here is another signal that very few people know about, because it is very rarely seen. It is a sign that has a little man drawn on it pushing a handcart. The meaning is intuitive, imposes a ban on continuing on that road with unarmed vehicles.
To motorists, the sign at the moment says nothing because in fact it does not concern them, nor motorized and non-motorized two-wheeled vehicles. The prohibition is valid for those who move by pushing vehicles that can hinder traffic and cause accidents due to their slowness. Obviously it is therefore aimed at non-motor vehicles.
It can be understood that if a motorcyclist is left on foot because he is low on fuel, or a cyclist is left without his bike, for any reason, he can move the vehicle with his arms, therefore pushing it without being afraid of getting fined in case a police patrol is passing by.