Article 135 Application

Any sign will be applied to the entire width of the roadway by the drivers who are authorised to use the road, which is who it is applies to. However, its application may be limited to one or more lanes, by markings on the road.

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Article 136 Visibility

In order to make them more visible and readable at night, road signs, especially hazard warning and regulatory signs, must be illuminated or provided with reflective materials or devices, as provided in the basic regulation established for these purposes by the Ministry of Development.

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Article 137 Registrations

1. To facilitate the interpretation of signals, an inscription may be added in a rectangular complementary panel placed below them or inside a rectangular panel containing the signal.   2. Exceptionally, when the competent authorities deem it appropriate to specify the meaning of a signal or a symbol or, with respect to regulatory signals, limit...

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Article 138 Language of signage

The written indications that are included or accompany the signalling panels of the public roads, and inscriptions, will appear in Castilian language and, in addition, in the official language of the autonomous community recognised in the respective statute of autonomy, when the signal is located in the territorial scope of said community. The population centres...

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