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Give way to oncoming traffic
No entry for vehicular traffic
No parking for vehicular traffic
No left or right turn

No towed caravans
Holiday park ahead
Caravans and trailers only
Slow traffic ahead

Minimum speed 20mph
Keep min distance of 20m from car ahead.
Entry to 20mph limit area.
Indicated distance to roundabout

Cars and motorcycles only
No buses
No motor vehicles
Dangerous motorcyclists ahead

Dead end ahead, turn around
No U-turns
Road closed ahead, turn around
No handbrake turns

Give way to pedestrians
Give way at roundabout
Give way to traffic on minor road
Give way to traffic on major road

No entry
No vehicles
No parking
No waiting

Possible surface ice
Crosswinds likely
Slippery road
Winding road

School patrol crossing
No entry except to children on foot
Entry to school
Pedestrian crossing outside school

Winding road ahead
Bend in road ahead
Double bend first to left
Slippery road ahead

Dual carriageway ahead
Road narrows on right
Form in road
Road merges

Cars in convoy only
No cars in convoy
Keep safe distance
Traffic queues likely

Buses only
Buses and coaches only
No buses
No large vehicles

No vehicles except bicycles being pushed
No vehicles except buses and taxis
No vehicles except bicycles
No vehicles except buses

No entry
No stopping (Clearway)
No vehicles other then bikes
No waiting

National speed limit applies
No entry
No parking
No waiting

Safe overtaking area
Road changes to single carriageway ahead
Dual carriageway ahead
No overtaking

Roundabout in indicated distance metres
Stop in indicated distance
Max speed in this area
Minimum speed 40 mph

Road on right closed
No right turn
Right turn only
Road closed ahead

Fork in road ahead
Road merges ahead
Dual carriageway ends
Dual carriageway ahead

Yoshiko (Sidcup)
I was a lot calmer on my driving test than I thought I would be, probably because Simon had taught me the good driving habits. In the past I found it a bit tricky to meet oncoming traffic but now I am ...
Yoshiko (Sidcup)

Hannah G (BEXLEY)
Learning to drive is a lot easier in an automatic car than a manual! I loved the Audi A1 and Simon´s instruction soon gave me a belief in my own abilities. My instructor always turned up for my ...
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