UK Traffic Signs & Signals


Road Signs That are Likely to be Missed
   
Ahead only

This is a mandatory / compulsory sign, it is an offence to disobey them.

Vehicle can only travel straight ahead
One-way traffic

This is a regulatory sign, it indicates the road is a one way road.
   
 
Turn Left

This is a mandatory / compulsory sign, it is an offence to disobey them.

Vehicle can only turn left
Keep Left

This is a mandatory / compulsory sign, it is an offence to disobey them.

Vehicle must keep to the left hand side of the road
Turn Left Ahead

This is a mandatory / compulsory sign, it is an offence to disobey them.

Vehicle can only turn left ahead
 
 
No Entry

This is a prohibitory sign, vehicles must not proceed further when see this sign
No Stopping

This is a prohibitory sign, vehicles must not stop
No Waiting

This is a prohibitory sign, vehicles may stop to allow immediate boarding or alighting, but must not waiting or parking.
 
Two-way traffic crosses one-way road

This is a warning sign, used to rise awareness.

This sign indicates that the current one-way road will hit a two-way road ahead, and vehicles can turn left or right to join the road and travel in either direction.
Two-way traffic straight ahead

This is a warning sign, used to rise awareness, vehicles should keep to the left hand side of the road and be alerted about oncoming traffic.
Split traffic

Vehicles may pass on either side.
Give way to oncoming vehicles

When drivers see this sign they should give way to vehicles coming from the opposite direction.