ROAD MARKINGS - MANDATORY DIRECTION ARROWS
Where: On any road before an intersection.
Purpose: To show that you may only proceed in the direction indicated by the arrow in your lane.
Action: Choose the correct lane in time to travel in the direction you want to go.
• Make sure that other traffic is obeying the mandatory direction
arrows in their lanes.
• Check your blind spot before turning right to see that a vehicle in the
lane next to you who is suppose to turn right (because of the mandatory right-turn arrow in his lane) is not carrying straight on.
ROAD MARKINGS - BUS LANE MARKING
Where: On the left or right-hand side of a road in an urban area.
Purpose: To identify that part of the carriageway which is reserved for buses only during the periods indicated on the sign.
Action: If you are not driving a bus do not drive in the lane indicated by the sign during the times on the sign.
ROAD MARKINGS - BOX JUNCTION
Where: At intersections.
Purpose: To prohibit drivers from stopping in the demarcated area because this could prevent other traffic from turning or driving further forward.
Action: Do not stop in the demarcated box and make sure that you will be able to drive through the intersection before entering the intersection.