Would you welcome any of these new signs?

Smelly roads, parked cars and cyclists - 8 new road signs have been proposed to help stop road rage

A new series of road signs have been proposed to help warn drivers about common motoring issues such as parked cars narrowing residential roads, and even smelly areas of the countryside.

Driving experts from LeaseVan.co.uk have suggested eight useful new road signs that Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps should consider introducing to UK roads. The suggestions highlight common road conditions and problems drivers have to consider day-to-day, including unfair lane merging and areas where pedestrian footfall is particularly high. Here are the eight proposals for new UK road signs:

Many households own multiple cars on streets that werent designed with the parking capacity to cope.Motorists unfamiliar with an area should be warned of this so that they can proceed with caution.

1. Parked cars creating single lane roads

Many households own multiple cars on streets that werent designed with the parking capacity to cope.Motorists unfamiliar with an area should be warned of this so that they can proceed with caution.
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Ever encountered a rude motorist trying to nip in and jump the queue or box you out and block your entry when lanes merge. For those light on manners, a sign should be placed before merging lanes to order motorists to be fair.

2. Merge lanes one by one

Ever encountered a rude motorist trying to nip in and jump the queue or box you out and block your entry when lanes merge. For those light on manners, a sign should be placed before merging lanes to order motorists to be fair.
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Simply letting road users know the working hours of the teams, at sites of significant highways upgrading or problem solving, would allow all to be more understanding.

3. Active hours for long term roadworks

Simply letting road users know the working hours of the teams, at sites of significant highways upgrading or problem solving, would allow all to be more understanding.
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Some lanes on roads with multiple heading in each direction are barely wide enough for many of the larger cars as well as vans, lorries and buses.Drivers need to be warned so they can take extra care and avoid clipping or confrontations.

4. Permanently narrow lanes ahead

Some lanes on roads with multiple heading in each direction are barely wide enough for many of the larger cars as well as vans, lorries and buses.Drivers need to be warned so they can take extra care and avoid clipping or confrontations.
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