Confusing traffic signs


#1

20 most confusing traffic signs :slight_smile:


#2

I’m thinking a few of those were photoshopped in, but some i can see being legit.
Pretty sure I’ve seen #12 while down in Delaware, Ohio. Several major state routes connect in that area and the north/south bound entrances to 23 and 42 are a little ways away from each other.
In fact, I can probably place near exactly where that sign is in person


#3

I’ve seen something similar to the school zone sign when visiting back up in Hartford. Never understood why they didn’t just go with “school zone; speed limit 25 mph”; or even “school zone/ speed limit 25 mph M-F” rather than those bizarre time carve outs.


#4

Saw a no outlet sign while in Amish country! Also whatever Park, with a no parking sign underneath.


#5

‘No road signs’ makes sense: they’re warning you that the following stretch of road lacks whatever signs would have to be on a maintained road. I remember an intersection in eastern West Virginia where you could go all 4 directions at once, each on different road numbers that were sharing a piece of pavement.


#6

There’s a infamous road sign here in the San Jose area which takes nearly a paragraph to explain what times of the day you can, and can’t , make a right turn on red light. It’s infamous b/c of all the traffic tickets that sign generates. Drivers unfamiliar w/the sign just don’t have time to read an entire paragraph to decides whether it is legal to turn or not. Ask me how I know … lol …

I have to say I laughed at many of those road signs in the article, very funny.


#7

Three signs stacked on top of one another pointing different ways. Winslow, Windom, Windsor. In Augusta Me.