How to Interpret Construction and Detour Signs

7. 11. 17 Posted by admin
Construction and detour signs are placed in order to inform drivers that a construction crew is making repairs or that other kinds of road work is in progress (i.e., repaving, new highway construction, or line painting). When you see an orange detour sign you must obey the speed limit listed on the sign (if listed) to ensure the safety of yourself, other motorists, and the construction workers.

Do Not Enter! Signs – When and Where to Use Them...and Why

3. 11. 17 Posted by admin
Every successful retailer or business owner does his best to provide his customers with everything they want. Saying “Yes” to a customer is often hyped as the ultimate in customer service.  But, there are areas of retails stores or offices that are meant primarily for the use of the employees.  At these times a customer or vendor must be dissuaded from entering these areas. The use of “Do Not Enter” signs is integral to achieving this goal in the least offensive manner. Here are several specific reasons for using them:

Driving Signs: Shapes and Colors And What They Mean!

2. 11. 17 Posted by admin
Driving signs come in every shape, color and size you can think of. With so many different driving signs on the road, how can you keep track of what each one means? Thankfully, the shapes and colors can help  so you never forget.

The 11 Different Warning Signage Categories

17. 10. 17 Posted by admin
Warning signs are part of the W Series list when it comes to the national MUTCD. These types of signs  have a yellow background with a black font or  symbols and are meant to highlight specific areas you need to pay close attention to. Here are the 10 different categories of warning signage and what each category encompasses.