European Road Signs
- OK, new title and maybe a link or two in this message:
That is enough to start. If you need more, then a google search for
"european road signs" will fill your needs!
----- Original Message -----
From: Ron Matviyak <amiak@...>
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 7:02 PM
Subject: Re: [S-R] Kniesen (Hniezdne) -Hobor - Raab
> Mary & Ginny,
> Here is a reference that seems to be a very good start at getting to know
> what to expect in Eruopean road signs. I will agree with Mary's
> Just remember to ALWAYS use your turn signal, and always right before
> We tend to neglect those in the US, and the right before left was driven
> home when a German friend clarified that a bicycle coming from the right
> a bike path onto the road has priority over the cars!
> Now in Germany I always drive in the right lane & it is tough to imagine a
> clear left lane will suddenly be full of a car passing at 160mph (240kmh).
> On the other end, in another country on dark nights I drove in the center
> lane to avoid broken down cars and sleeping drunks in the curb lane.
> Give it some serious consideration and have a go! If you have a gold
> card that takes care of your extra insurance, so you do not get hit with
> that extra daily insurance rate. Crossing borders is no problem, just be
> sure the rental agreement specifies the Eastern countries you will drive
> into, and treasure that green insurance card!
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