Friday, October 13, 2006

Pass the test, and die.

The Missouri Drivers License Manual says that the chevron sign at the top is the same as the arrow sign below it. Chevron signs can be used in place of the arrow signs or mixed with them. Both signs would appear to mean Keep Right or Road Curves to Right. The chevron sign in the photo below (one in a series), however, would appear to mean Drive Into Ditch or Hit Electric Pole.


gerry rosser said...

It means drive into the ditch, why on earth would a sign say drive into a pole?!
there are more signs on the same curve, directed right at poles -- the signs are supposed to be on the other side of the street, but my guess is that rich-fence dude did not want them there

David Amulet said...

Maybe it means there is a secret path off to the right that leads into the Batcave.

-- david
it probably means the work crew had lunch at the bat bar

Kay said...

As of last week, I am a licensed MO driver. I will keep your post in mind... and not feel so bad that I missed a question on the sign recognition test!
when I took my drivers license test it Texas, I got all of the signs correct, they were so excited!!!!!