Release the accelerator to slow down when entering a turn. The road may be slippery due to the fallen leaves and wet ground. Proceed with caution.
Continue at your current speed as there are no hazards head. The weather is foggy but the visibility is good.
Release the accelerator to slow down. You are on a winding road and cannot see oncoming cars. Proceed at a slower speed.
Release the accelerator to slow down to the speed indicated on the electronic board (50km/h). Avoid using the brakes in the snow to avoid slipping.
Brake lightly and proceed carefully. You are driving too fast and are approaching a speed bump, on a narrow road with oncoming cars.
Release the accelerator to slow down coming into the curve. The piano lines on the ground indicate a speed bump, so you must slow down immediately.
Brake and proceed with caution. There is congestion and the visibility is bad.
The rain is very heavy and your following distance is insufficient if the cars ahead of you brake suddenly. Leave a greater following distance and proceed with care.
Hit the brakes lightly coming into the curve. The curve is too close to release the accelerator, so you must brake to proceed safely.
Brake. The stop sign means you must stop even if the junction is empty. The road is slippery so proceed carefully.
Brake as animals and birds are unpredictable and may enter the roadway. Proceed when the roadway is clear.
Release the accelerator to leave a greater following distance between you and the vehicle is in front of you.
Proceed with caution on this street. Someone may step out from behind the blue van, so move to the right of this narrow road and proceed very carefully.
Proceed at your current speed. There is no danger ahead.
Release the accelerator to slow down to a speed of 80km/h and remain behind the bus. There is no space to overtake on the acceleration lane, so you must remain behind the bus until it is safe to overtake.
Brake to let the pedestrians pass. The pedestrians do not have the right of way, but as children can be unpredictable, it is safest to remain stopped until they have crossed safely.
Release the accelerator to slow down. Safely avoid the car on the left and proceed with caution on the snowy road as it may be slippery.
Proceed at your current speed as there are no hazards ahead.
Proceed at your current speed. There is enough space on the road ahead to avoid the children if required.
Brake to slow down and stay behind the carriage. You can overtake when the road is safe, after the scooter has passed.
Release the accelerator to slow down. When approaching an animal, slow down and proceed with caution. Do not use the brake to avoid startling the animal.
Brake as you are approaching a bump and there are pedestrians ahead.
Proceed ahead and prepare to brake. Leave a safe following distance in case the cars ahead of you brake suddenly.
Release the accelerator to slow down when approaching a curve at high speed. Use the brake if necessary.
Break to reduce the speed immediately and proceed with care beyond the tractor. Beware of someone stepping out from behind the tractor.
This sign means all drivers must stop. It is usually found near schools when students are crossing the road.
BSN or Burgerservicenummer is the national number and it is written on the backside of the driving license.
You are allowed to stop in an emergency parking (hard shoulders) in the case of an emergency, but you are not allowed to stop here to answer a call. Proceed to the nearest parking space.
The single red and white cross indicates that there is one railway track at this crossing.
You are allowed to do standing still (allowing passengers to get in or out. Loading or unloading of goods) in front of an entrance or exit.
Car 2 has priority because it is on the main road. Car 1 goes next, and finally the pedestrian who is crossing from another street.
You are permitted to stop your car at a bus stop to let a passenger get in or out of your car. But you cannot stop at a bus stop to load or unload goods.
This symbol indicates a winter tire that is suitable for snowy or muddy conditions.
The top speed for a Segway on the cycle path is 25 km/h. If it is driving on a sidewalk or pedestrianised area, it has a top speed of 6km/h.
A driving ban of six months may be applied to drivers found guilty of severe driving violations; for example, those found driving under the influence of alcohol. During this period you are not allowed to drive any vehicle with a motor. You are allowed to drive a bicycle.
When exiting a residential area or any other exit, you must yield to all road users, including pedestrians.
No. The solid yellow line takes precedence over the white line signifying that you are not allowed to overtake here.
The E.M.G course, short for Educative madrigal Gedrag, is a 3 day, €750 course run by the CBR department. Persons charged with driving 50km/h or more over the speed, or those with other sever traffic violations, may have to undertake this course.
Both signs indicate that you will not expect a moped to share the carriageway with you. Sign 1 indicates a dedicated lane for cyclists and mopeds. Sign 2 indicates that a moped must leave the carriageway to move back into the cycle lane.
Seat belts are mandatory even when the car is equipped with airbags.
Some trailers do not require a special independent brake system. Depending on the brakes of the car, you may be required to link it with a ring called (hulpcopling). This device prevents the trailer from separating from the car while driving.
Change the direction of your mirror to reduce the impact on your eyes. Do not turn on your rear fog lights.
You are in the correct position. On a two way road, you are allowed to move to the right side of the road and slightly into the cycle way (as indicated by the broken line on the roadway).
Sign 1 indicates that the road ahead is not blocked and you are not obliged to follow it to the right.
Medicine marked with a yellow sticker will affect your reaction and attention while driving. Do not drive when taking medications with a yellow sticker.
A green arrow indicates that you should not expect other drivers to be crossing in front of you and is the safest way forward. A regular green traffic light, as in image 1, indicates that other cars will also be crossing the intersection. In this case you should follow the rules of priority.
A high speed motorcycle with the large engine requires a class A drivers licence.
In traffic jam you are allowed to overtake from the right. You are also allowed to overtake from the right in a roundabout with cubed markings on your left; when overtaking a tram; and if you wish to overtake someone turning left.
This sign refers to an emergency parking bay and you can not stop in it unless emergency situation.
This sign is used by cyclists with a hearing impairment. Pay attention and be careful as the cyclist may not hear your bell.
The gravel road on the right is a dedicated equestrian path, as signified by the blue circle sign. Horse riders will not share the paved road with drivers.
The vehicle or road user exiting from a gravel road must yield priority to road users currently on the roadway, coming from either direction. You do not need to give way to pedestrians.
You are driving outside of a built up area, therefore the maximum speed is 80km/h.
The braking distance is the sum of the drivers reaction distance and the car's braking distance.
Human error accounts for 90% of accidents.
Move back to the right lane as soon as it is safe to do so. Always try to drive on the right side of the roadway, unless overtaking.
A rut is a depression or groove worn into a road by car use. The right lane is the most heavily trafficked ,therefore it will have more ruts than other lanes and may have a rougher surface.
This is not a safe space to stop because you are too close to the road to be safe.
Residential zones (ERF in Dutch) have a maximum speed of 15km/h. You should expect to see children in this area.
Reduce your speed and allow the car to stop. Using the brakes or moving the wheel abruptly may cause you to lose control of your car.
Moving between the lanes will make congestion worse. Stay in the same lane at a safe following distance and wait for the congestion to clear. Reducing the following distance will make the road more dangerous for other drivers.
Drivers reversing to exit a driveway should yield to traffic already on the roadway. However, out of respect for larger vehicles such as buses and trucks, stop to let them go by. This will also allow traffic to flow more easily on the roadway.
Remain stopped until the junction is entirely clear. Due to the snow, other drivers may slide into the intersection even if their light is yellow or red. Proceed with caution in these slippery conditions.
Drive defensively and be careful at all times. Expect all behaviours, both good and bad, from other road users.
Do not touch the victim as he may have a severe injury due to the trauma in his neck. Call 112 and wait for emergency personnel.