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Motorway Signs

Motorway Information Signs 


All motorway signs are blue. The following table identifies the most common signs and what they mean. 


Pass Plus can help you get to grips with parts of driving you may not have covered in much detail in your lessons such as motorway driving. Alternatively, you could ask your driving instructor to take you for a couple of extra lessons in areas such as this to build your confidence. Or we may suggest this as part of driver training.

Pass plus can be covered after your test, read on to find out more about Plus and how 4front Driving School could help you.

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