These warning signs have been set up to warn of a hazard. The sign indicates what the type of hazard is. You should take extra care when you see a warning sign and possibly decrease your speed as well.
A priority sign shows how the right of way rules work.
A prohibitory sign informs the road user that something is prohibited. The prohibition normally applies up until the next junction unless otherwise stated in connection with the sign.
You are obligated to follow mandatory signs. They may for example state which carriageway is to be used or the direction on a certain road. A mandatory sign applies up until the next junction unless otherwise stated in connection with the sign.
The instructions inform the road user of the rules on a given road. Normally, the signs apply up to the point where an end sign has been erected.
A direction sign informs you of how to get to a certain place (town, hospital, petrol station, etc.).
An information sign informs the road user about the accessibility and safety of a road.
Symbol panels are used on location signs and additional panels to indicate which types of vehicle are referred to.
An additional panel supplements the information on another road sign, providing information such as time and distance.
Traffic signals are there to inform you whether you should stop or go at a junction or in another traffic situation.
Road markings are in place to guide road users. Road markings can be found in combination with signs.
Other important devices and indications provide you with information and directions regarding things which are not mentioned on any other road markings.
Signals at railway crossings and level crossings.
A police officer, vehicle inspector or traffic director has the right to give indications and directions in situations such as traffic control and traffic redirecting.