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1. Sometimes an intersection that is not quite busy enough for traffic lights will have an all-way (or four-way) stop sign instead. Given that the sign pictured is in Ontario, Canada, who would have the right of way should two vehicles arrive at the same time?
2. Diamond-shaped yellow signs are often warning of something ahead of the driver. To what danger does the sign in the picture alert the driver, given that it is in Ontario?
3. The yellow diamond-shaped sign shown here on a Canadian street also has a small rectangular sign on the post below it, to clarify its meaning. What does it say?
4. What would you expect to happen if you saw this sign whilst driving along an Ontario road on a fine sunny day?
5. The sign here is not a road sign, but still one that warns of danger. The railing here is protecting viewers from a major tourist attraction in Ontario that has claimed more than one life over the years. People with names like Wallenda and Blondin might ignore this sign, but most of us should not! Where is the railing located?
6. Here's another stop sign, but what's that it says? It means "Stop", to be sure, but in what language?
7. What does the sign shown here warn you to look out for? This one is in southwestern Ontario, but you might see it in Pennsylvania too.
8. What is the significance of the thin circular line around the figure's waist on this sign, spotted on a trip to Massachusetts?
9. Whatever is crossing the road this time? The words don't help unless you speak the language, but the image should.
10. The shape of this sign tells us to stop, even if we don't speak this language. If I mention that this sign is in a country with two official languages, but that this is *not* one of them, where do you think this sign is located?
Source: Author spanishliz
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