Traffic signs

The traffic signs are located on the side or top of the road. They give directions on how we should behave on the road, so that the traffic can proceed safely and smoothly. Everyone must know the traffic signs!

Warning signs

The warning signs are placed to warn road users of a potentially dangerous traffic situation.

Warning for a danger with no specific traffic sign

Warning for accidents

Warning for low-flying aircrafts

Warning for cattle on the road

Warning for crossing deer

Warning for a movable bridge

Warning for crossing deer

Warning for a movable bridge

Warning for a speed bump

Warning for a bad road surface

Warning for children

Warning for an uncontrolled crossroad

Give way to all drivers

Warning for a roundabout

Warning for a crossroad with a side road on the left

Warning for a crossroad with a sharp side road on the left

Warning for a crossroad with side road on the right

Warning for a crossroad with a sharp side road on the right

Warning for a crossroad side roads on the left and right

Stop and give way to all drivers

Warning for heavy crosswind

Warning for a curve to the left

Warning for a double curve, first left then right

Warning for a curve to the right

Warning for a double curve, first right then left

Warning for cyclists

Warning for a dip in the road

Warning for falling rocks

Warning for loose chippings on the road surface

Warning for pedestrians

Warning for a quayside or riverbank

Warning for a road narrowing

Warning for a road narrowing on the left

Warning for a road narrowing on the right

Warning for a slippery road surface

Warning for a road narrowing on the right

Warning for a traffic light

Warning for traffic jams

Warning for a railroad crossing without barriers

Warning for a railroad crossing with barriers

Warning for a railroad crossing with 1 railway

Warning for a railroad crossing with more than 1 railway

Warning for trams

Warning for a road with two-way traffic