Article 150 Object, classes and common rules

1. Regulatory signs are intended to indicate to users of the road the obligations, limitations or special prohibitions that they must observe.   2. Regulatory signs are subdivided into:   A) Priority signs.   B) Signs of prohibition of entry.   C) Signs of restriction of passage.   D) Other signs of prohibition or restriction....

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Article 151 Priority signs

1. Priority signs are intended to inform road users of the special priority rules at intersections or narrow passages.   2. The nomenclature and meaning of the priority signs are as follows:   R-1. Give way. Obligation for all drivers to give way at the next intersection to vehicles travelling on the road they approach...

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Article 152 Signs of prohibition of entry

The signs of prohibition of entry, for those who face them in the direction of their movement and from where they are located, prohibit access to vehicles or users, in the following way:   R-100. Driving prohibited. Prohibition of movement of all types of vehicles in both directions.   R-101. Entry prohibited. Prohibition of access...

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Article 153 Restriction of passage signs

The signs of restriction of passage, for those who face them in the direction of their movement and from where they are located, prohibit or limit the access of vehicles in the following way:   R-200. Prohibition of passing without stopping. It indicates the place where stopping is mandatory due to the proximity, according to...

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Article 154 Other signs of prohibition or restriction

The nomenclature and meaning of these signals are the following:   R-300. Minimum separation. Prohibition of driving without maintaining a separation equal to or greater than that indicated in the sign with the preceding vehicle, except to overtake. If the indication in metres doesn’t appear, remember that generally the safety distance between vehicles established in...

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Article 155 Signs of obligation

These signs indicate a mandatory traffic rule. Its nomenclature and meaning are the following:   R-400 a, b, c, d and e. Mandatory direction. The arrow indicates the direction and sense that the vehicles are obliged to follow. This slideshow requires JavaScript.   R-401 a, b and c. Mandatory way. The arrow points to the...

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Article 156 Signs of end of prohibition or restriction

The nomenclature and meaning of the end prohibition or restriction signs are the following:   R-500. End of prohibitions. This indicates the place from which all the specific prohibitions indicated by previous prohibition signs for vehicles in motion are no longer applicable.   R-501. End of speed limitation. This indicates the place from where a...

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Article 157 Format of regulatory signals

1. The shape, colour, design, symbols, meaning and dimensions of regulatory signs are those that appear in the official catalogue of traffic signs. The form, symbols and nomenclature are also included in Annex I of this regulation.   2. When the signals referred to in articles 151, 152, 153, 154 and 156 are luminous, it...

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