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Adhere To Warning Signs And Regulatory Signs | K53 Blog

  Triangular Warning signs warn you in advance that there is a potential hazard ahead, or a Regulatory road sign ahead that must be obeyed when you get to the sign. If you are involved in a crash, and it can be proven that you did not heed the warning on a Warning sign, you can be charged with reckless...

Direction Signs | Learner’s Licence | K53 Blog

Direction signs are green boards with white text, arrows and other icons, to guide motorists towards their desired destination. Where a direction sign relates to a freeway, the background colour is blue. A brown background means that the sign is specifically for the information of tourists. The signs are...

Disabled Persons Reserved Parking | K53 Blog

If a vehicle does not have anyone inside who is disabled, then it is illegal for such a vehicle to be parked in a parking bay that is reserved for vehicles carrying disabled persons, as indicated by the appropriate road sign or road surface marking. That is the law.   National Road Traffic Act...

Download Official Road Signs Charts Free | K53 Blog

You can now download the official Department of Transport Road signs charts without having to use the Share to Get button. The experimental Share to Get button has been removed as it seemed to prove a stumbling block for some people. Instead, there is a request on the download page to share the Road Signs...

Driving Over A Painted Island To Pass An Obstruction| K53 Blog

I was told today that someone failed the K53 Driving Licence test because she drove onto a painted traffic island to pass a stationary truck that was parked in the way, with no driver in the cab. A painted island is something like the white No Crossing double-line marking – in a way. You may not allow...

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