Pakistan Traffic Signs In Urdu Flip Page Book

Pakistan Traffic Signs In Urdu Flip Page Book

Road signs in Pakistan are modelled on the British road sign system. Pakistan follows the left-hand drive traffic system. Vehicles must be overtaken on their right. Here I share a Urdu Flip page Book of Pakistan Traffic Signs. Road Signs, Traffic Signals their meaning in Urdu language because Urdu language is a national language of Pakistan. Road signs and signals are categorized as Mandatory Signs, Warning Signs and Informative Signs.

Mandatory Road Signs

Mandatory signs are like an order, normally in circle shape except one sign which is mandatory but in shape of opposite triangle.

Warning Road Signs

Warning signs normally in triangle shape and purpose of these signs to warn you about something in advance, for example there is a curved round coming or there is a bend in road.

Informatory Road Signs

Informatory signs provide information, help and direction, for example parking in left direction. Informatory signs normally in rectangular shape may in different colors.

Motorway Road Signs

Motorway signs are type of informative signs normally in green color. Purpose to provide information, help and direction, for example Lahore in right directions and Multan in left direction.

National Highway Road Signs

National Highway signs are type of informative signs normally in blue colors. Purpose to provide information. For example Murree is 20 KM away.

Constructions Road Signs

Constructions signs are type of informative signs normally in yellow colors, for example work in progress. Purpose you reduce the speed and be careful.

Hazardous Symbols Signs

Hazardous signs are type of informative signs warn about explosive materials. Purpose you must keep distance and be careful.

From Link Given Below You Can Download Pakistan Traffic Signs In Urdu Flip Page Book. Size 10 MB, Screen Resolution 800 x 600.

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