Promoting road safety

September 2006
Irish Motor Management;Sep/Oct2006, p22
Trade Publication
This article focuses on an explanation from the Institute of Advanced Motorists regarding the purpose and significance of white line road markings. The first marking is the boundary of the lane, while the second warns of a hazard or a potential danger point. The two solid white lines running down the middle of the carriageway divide two opposing lanes of traffic.


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