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Ireland Regulatory Traffic Signs

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Regulatory traffic signs show the course a driver must follow and an action they are required to take or forbidden to take. Regulatory signs are mostly circular and have a red border and black symbols or letters on a white background. Mandatory regulatory signs that indicate the direction traffic must take at junctions are blue and white.

In Ireland, the "Give Way" sign (a downward pointing triangle) reads Yield or Géill Slí in Irish-speaking regions.

Free Ireland Regulatory Traffic Sign Guide

Regulatory Traffic Signs

Stop Road Sign

Stop Sign

Yield Road Sign

Yield Sign

Yield Sign

Yield Sign

No Entry Road Sign

No Entry Sign

No Right Turn Road Sign

No Right Turn Sign

No Vehicles

No Left Turn

No U Turn Sign

No U Turn Sign

No U Turn Sign

Clearway Sign

Yield to oncoming traffic

Yield to oncoming traffic Sign

Max Speed limit 50km/h

Max Speed limit Sign

No Parking

No Parking Sign

No Vehicles

Pedestrianised street Sign

No Overtaking Sign

No Overtaking sign

Height Restriction Sign

Height Restriction Sign

No Weight Sign

No entry for large vehicles Sign

Mandatory Signs at Junctions (White & Blue signs)

Turn Right Ahead sign

Turn Right Ahead Sign

Right Turn Only sign

Right Turn Only Sign

Keep Right road sign

Keep Right Sign

Turn Left Ahead Sign

Turn Left Ahead Sign

No Right Turn Road Sign

Left Turn Only Sign

No Vehicles

Keep Left Sign


Free Ireland Regulatory Traffic Sign Guide

Resources:
Wikipedia’s Road Signs in Ireland
RSA Motorway Driving booklet