These are ALL OVER the semi-rural/rural Midwest. I know what they mean, I know what they're for; but the ambiguity, holy sh*t.
Honestly- just require all school zones to have those "when lights are flashing" signs.
Those are relatively idiot-proof.
Oh- and this one.
As drivers- aren't we supposed to assume that sign is everywhere?
"But officer, there was no "Speed limit strictly enforced" sign. I thought that meant I could speed through town posthaste."
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it's similar to the drunk driving one- they're sort of admitting they have a speed problem and are just reminding you
Speed Zone, I'm actually not familiar on the strict legal definition. Does it mean "A speed limit exists ahead", even though speed limits exist (mostly) everywhere? Does it imply that the limit changes, maybe dramatically?
She "complete-ment"... Really? Compliment is that hard?
And for funny signs come to Japan... I love the construction signs they have here, all with nice cute animals or cartoon characters on them, gotta love that "cute" culture that is fostered here:
Construction sign by volksron, on Flickr
And also (i'll get a picture of it later) we have red lights at intersections with green arrows telling you go straight... Make up your mind!!
Day/night speed limits are a little wacky sometimes.
Add to that the separate posted limits for trucks and things become a little more confusing.
Higher speeds during the day time when traffic is heaver and lower speeds at night when traffic is lighter.
At least around here the night time speeds have started to disappear and we just have the higher day time limit posted.
but if those signs are confusing to you, maybe you should take a driving class?
its simple, Day time: visibility is good, you can go faster
Night time: limited visibility means slow down
Trucks tow heavy stuff and should be limited to lower speed
85 is nice though, wish we had some of it here in CA
[QUOTE=Assle;76953782]I see your sign and raise you a bigger more-prominent sign in southeastern Wisconsin just outside of Kenosha:
Which takes you here: http://dnr.wi.gov/org/land/parks/specific/bong/[/QUOTE
Every time I drive by that sign it makes me LOL a bit.
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