Submitted by: dunno source via Oddly Specific
This is in the UK. This sign is used to indicate that the following variable road sign (the ones with a display that can show different speed limits and so on) is not in use and therefore it being off does NOT cancel any previous speed limits. Otherwise, a variable sign not showing anything cancels any previous limits.
In this case though there’s no sign of a variable sign… 😉
The sign is a lie.
Maybe it’s reversible, kind of like the fold-down signs for ice on a bridge. More likely, someone somewhere checked a box on a form, and a sign with that text on it was churned out.
“I’m not here…this isn’t happening…”
It is probably for a SID sign. The sign itself might be lurking behind a tree. They do that a lot with signs they don’t want you to spot. And speed cameras.
Its Shroedingers Road Sign! Its both in use and not in use! xD
Not in use?
I beg to differ.
Shep333, if ytou really have no comment, don’t leave a comment :p
Oh the irony. lol
sign usage FAIL
@Blimlimim…I don’t think you understand. I never left a comment. What ur reading right now is also not a comment. I never leave comments.
I think what you mean to say is: comment not in use.
Ceci n’est pas une pipe.
technically by informing us of this it IS being used.
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