The most regulatory signs are circular. A red ring or
red circle indicates a prohibition. A blue circle generally gives a
positive (mandatory) instruction or indicates a route for use only by
particular classes of vehicle.
Give way to oncoming vehicles
These signs inform drivers of the existence of an intersection,
junction, roundabout or narrow passage, which obligates the driver to
have a certain behavior or a special attention.
way to traffic on major road
The "GIVE WAY" sign and road markings: you must give way to
traffic on the major road (the upright sign or both the sign and the triangle
on the road might not be used at junctions where there is relatively little
and give way
The "stop" sign and road markings: you must stop before crossing
the transverse line on the road and ensure the way is clear before entering
the major road.
Priority over oncoming vehicles
Traffic has priority over vehicles from the opposite direction.
Indication of a square proximity formed by crossing or intersection,
where traffic is processed in rotary direction; at roundabouts drivers
should give way to vehicles that pass them. Going into the roundabouts,
drivers should take the traffic line more convenient to your destination.
merging from left ahead
Indication of junction with road on which drivers must give way. The
symbol indicates the junction configuration.
The prohibition signs transmit to drivers the interdiction
of determined behaviors.
Indication of the prohibition to enter in the direction to which the
sign is oriented.
banned to large vehicles
Indication of prohibited access to large vehicles.
Prohibited of Goods vehicles exceeding a weight of ... T
Indication of the traffic prohibition of goods vehicles with a total
weight greater than that shown on the sign.
prohibited for motorcycles simple
Access banned for motorcycles simple.
banned for mopeds
Indication of access to interdict mopeds
Prohibition for pedestrians
Indication of the ban on pedestrian traffic.
prohibited for pedestrians, animals and vehicles other than cars or
Access prohibited for pedestrians, animals and vehicles
other than cars or motorcycles with engine capacity greater than 50cm3.
It is prohibited overtaking other vehicles other than bicycles, mopeds,
two-wheel motorcycles or two-wheel motorcycles without sidecar.
Stopping and parking
Indication of permanent ban to stop or park any vehicles.
of all prohibitions imposed earlier by signaling the vehicle in motion
After this sign, prohibitions previously imposed by signaling to drivers
The obligation signs transmit to the usuries the imposition
of determined behaviors.
Obligation to follow the direction indicated by the arrow inscribed
on the sign.
Obligation to follow one of the directions indicated by the arrows shown
in the signal
to work around the obstacle
Obligation to overcome the obstacle indicated by the arrow inscribed
on the sign
Entry into a roundabout, where traffic rules apply themselves and those
Cycles are obligated to use in the track to them specially designed.
Track for pedestrians
Pedestrians are obligated to use a runway that is especially designed
the use of medium beam lights
The vehicles can only drive with medium beam lights on.
of Obligatory Track for pedestrians
Indication that ended the obligatory track for pedestrians.
These signs transmit the drivers the imposition or prohibition
of determined behaviors and include the signs of roadway selection,
signs of roadway affectation and zone signs.
Drivers can follow the destinations listed in the signal.
Limitation to one or more traffic lanes. The sign must be represented
with an arrow which will indicate the route it applies.
Minimum speed requirements are to be observed in the two leftmost of
the three lanes.
Entry into an area where the maximum speed is limited to that indicated
on the sign