Adequate Road Signs
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Road signs help create order on the roadways and are employed to provide essential information because they are designed to give warnings and directions to keep traffic moving and keep everyone safe.
Road signs are also created long ago to prevent accidents and heavy traffic. They also help us navigate on the road, prevent bad things to happen and reach our destination.
Road signs come in different shapes and colours, where each stands for a particular message. This makes it possible to recognise a road sign before a driver actually reaches it. The size of a road sign also differs depending on the message it has to give.
Recognising and knowing road signs are part of the legal criteria for getting a driver’s licence and are the key component in a driving theory test.
Drivers will not be able to get license if they do not have understanding of what the sign mean because road signs are very important they let drivers know how fast they should go on that specific road and they let drivers know when and where to turn or not to turn.
We are taking up the issue with the government authorities and the law enforcement agencies directly and also shall request media to help create awareness and pressure on the authorities. We look forward to your suggestion and support to take up better governance.
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