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Road markings - The meaning of the road markers

Most people in traffic are confused and wonder about road markers or roadblock concepts and often ask questions such as: What is a road mark ?, What does the yellow line mean ?; The road markers are understood to be true; Here is a detailed answer on the concept of line drawing and the detailed meaning of each line, way of knowing and things to note. About the line for you:

Road markings are a form of signaling to guide, control traffic to improve safety and ability to drive, traffic participants need to follow the line. Line dividers are divided into two types: horizontal line and vertical line. Road markings may be used independently or may be combined with road signs or traffic signals. In cases where both the road mark and the sign have both signs, the driver must comply with the control of the signboard.

 

Often, people involved in road transport do not know

Detailed meaning of the road traffic lines below:

The traffic signal on the road is designed to be ≤ 60km / h

1 - Horizontal stripes

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Road marking 1-1  Stripe, white, 10 cm wide, used to divide two lines of traffic in opposite directions, to determine the boundary of the road, the boundary of the parking lot, the boundary of the lane in the dangerous position . For this line is not overlappedên vạch.

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Road marking 1-2 Stripe, white, 20 cm wide, used to define the edge of the car running on the road. Runners are allowed to cross or over the line when necessary.

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Road marking 1-2 It is a double line (2 continuous lines) of white color, with an equal width of 10 cm, separated by 10 cm, used to divide two lines of traffic vehicles from two opposite directions on the roads with 4 lane upwards. The car is not over the bar.

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Road marking 1-4: A continuous yellow line with a width of 10 cm, to determine the stopping point and no parking.

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Road marking 1-5: A broken line, white, width 10 cm, rate L1: L2 = 1: 3. The line is used to divide two traffic flows from two opposite directions on two or three lanes. Determination of lane boundaries when two or more lanes run in one direction.

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Road markings 1-6: It is a white line, 10 cm wide. The ratio L1: L2 = 3: 1, used to signal close to the 1-1 or 1-11 lines, to divide the vehicle in the opposite direction or the same direction.

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Road marking 1-7: The white line is 0.1m wide, the distance between the two lines is 0.5m. Traversing the track In the direction of the car at the intersection when the driver needs to orient general to ensure safety crossing.

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Road marking 1-8: The white line is 0.4m wide. The lane is used to determine the lane rating of a speeding or slowing lane (called the lane transfer) and the main lane of the lane.

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Road marking 1-9: Double, double, parallel lines, white 0.1m wide and 0.1 m apart.
The lane marking the lane reserved for the reserved lane on which the lane can be changed or vice versa or vice versa. The directional change is controlled by the green and red lights on the lane.

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Road marking 1-10: Line is broken yellow. Determine the location or area where parking is prohibited.

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Road marking 1-11: Two parallel lines (white lines), a line break and a continuous line.
The line is used to divide the direction of the two opposite directions on two or three lanes. Drivers are allowed to cross the line from the broken line.

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Road marking 1.12: Indicates the position of the vehicle must stop when sign No. 122 "Stop" or when the red light. This line crosses the entire line of the running direction. In the absence of sea 122 or no lights or operators, line 1.12 is not effective.

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Road marking 1.13: A white line delineated triangular bar indicating the location where the driver must stop to give way to other means of priority.

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Road marking 1-14: The stripes "zebra stripes" of white lines parallel to the heart of the road, 40 cm wide, 60 cm apart. Crossing the road where pedestrians cross the road.

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Road marking 1-15: The strip consists of two parallel lines, separated by 1.8 meters, the length, width and the distance between the lines of equal dashed lines and equal to 40 cm.
Braces determine the location of bicycles crossing road vehicles of motor vehicles. Bicycles must give way to motorized vehicles that cross the road.

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Road marking 1.16.1: The "zebras" are white, defining the opposite direction of the media.

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Road marking 1.16.2: Determine the inverse of the splitting of the vehicle stream in the same direction. At the same time, the stream of vehicles running in the same direction is divided into different lines.

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Road marking 1.16.3: Enter the transit line. At the same time, the media streams move in the same direction.

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Road marking 1.17: Yellow line marking the location of the vehicle by means of transport. At the turn of the taxi or at the place of the taxis, no stopping or stopping of any vehicle on both sides and 15 cm.

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Road marking 1.18: White indicates the allowable directions of the lanes at intersections. Drive to meet this sea must follow the direction arrow

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Road marking 1.19: The white line, which determines the approaching narrowness of the vehicle, informs the driver that the number of lanes in the direction of the arrow is reduced and that the driver must slowly turn the lanes in the direction of the arrow.

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Road marking 1.20: White, determined near 113 and 108, distance to line 1.13 At the heart of the road from 2 to 2.5 meters (the highway may be larger), the driver is allowed to run over the 1.13 line need to stop.

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Road marking 1.21: The word "Stop" (white), close to the stop position of line 1.12 and sign No. 122. Line 1.21 the line stop from 2-2.5m.

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Road marking 1.22: The road markers, the people on the highway and the person directly on the road.

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Road marking 1.23: It is the lane marking the lane for passenger cars.

2 - Horizontal line

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Road marking 2.1: Identify the straight parts of traffic works such as bridge piers, overpasses, etc. to indicate dangerous places for vehicles passing through.

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Road marking 2.2: An alternating white and white line, identifying the bottom edge of the bridge and overpass.

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Road marking 2.3: The horizontal black line is horizontal. Line around circular columns placed on the safety line or on the separator and the other.

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Road marking 2.4: The black line with a horizontal angle of 30o to 0.15m to use on the signal columns, barriers, posts.

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Road marking 2.5: The barrier is at the barrier, the roundabout has a small radius, the road is higher than the surrounding area, sloping down to other dangerous places.

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Road marking 2.6: The top of the barrier is located in particularly dangerous places.

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Road marking 2.7: The people in the sidewalks of dangerous places, the island's vertical safety.

Identify and follow the line

The Ministry of Transport promulgates the Regulation on Road Signs; There is a "road marking" regulation, which is a form of road signaling to guide and control traffic to improve road safety and traffic. Line dividers are divided into two types: horizontal lines and vertical lines.

Horizontal stripes including road markings, horizontal lines, and other types of road markings. Line drawings are mostly white, except for a few yellow lines. For those who have both the sign and the sign, the driver must follow the sign. Here are some notable lines:

1. Line along the road: Include solid lines or broken lines. Stripes consist of single and double lines.

  • Vertical line Forbidding vehicles (mechanical and rudimentary) should not exceed or overlap. The vertical line is used to split the road into two directions (to and from) and to divide the road section for rudimentary vehicles with motor vehicles.
  • The double vertical line is usually at the roundabout, dangerous, and wide, straight lines, which may allow the vehicle to run at high speeds, so as to drive the vehicle up for attention and follow the rules of the vertical line, Ensure absolute safety.
    Cars running along the road with straight line should not cross the car ahead.

    Dashed line used to divide the motor vehicle lane; Division of roads for rudimentary vehicles and motor vehicles. Cars on the road with a line (along the break is allowed to cross the car ahead, but when the finish must quickly return to his road).

2. Line crossing: Contains single and double lines and can be single or double lines:

  • Straight line The "stop" sign requires all motorized vehicles to stop in front of the bar and wait for the traffic command.
    Crossing the road divides the pedestrian or bicycle path (near the intersection) into the road.
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