5/15/12

Traffic Signs You Might Come Across
By Miles Gough


Stop Sign - Make sure your vehicle comes to a complete stop. Check to see if it is clear before reinstating movement.

Yield Sign - IF the road you are entering is clear, you may proceed without any adjustment. If the road is occupied, cease movement until you can safely enter the flow of traffic.

Slow Children Sign - This is an area where children live and might run into the street so you must slow your speed and drive cautiously.

Rock Slide Sign - Dive with caution due to the possibility of rocks impeding your way.

Exploding Road Sign - Drive with caution due to the possibility that the damned rebels have mined the road.

Solid Double Lane Lines - Under no circumstance can you pass the car in front of you.

Perforated Lane Lines - You may pass the car in front of you if there is no traffic coming from the opposite direction.

Solid Double Lane Lines with Red Arrows in the Middle - If safe, you may fire bomb the car in front of you.

Ped X-ing - Stop your car if a pedestrian is in the walkway and allow them to cross completely.

Ped XX-ing Sign - Accelerate you car if a pedestrian is in the walkway. It is not proper to back up if you miss, please follow logical rules of the road.

No Hitchhiker Sign - If you pick up a hitchhiker in this designated area, you will be fined.

No Hostage Sign - If you pick up a hostage in this designated area, you will be fined. It should be clarified that you are allowed to have a hostage you previously obrained, but you are prohibited from taking any new ones.

No Littering - There is a fine for throwing trash from the car onto the road.

No Dumping - There is fine for throwing a body, dead or otherwise, from a car onto the side of the road. You won't see this sign much anymore, because it is felt that a no littering sign should take care of this as well.

Toll Ahead Sign - Slow you car and prepare to pay the assigned fee to use the next stretch of road.

Tribute Ahead Sign - Slow you car and prepare to pay the assigned tribute to the local warlord or overseer. You should know the price of the tribute before traveling, be it gold, diamonds, wheat or transplantable kidneys. It is your responsibility as a good driver to know this and other rules of the road.


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