On our recent college road trip we traveled just a few miles short of the US-Canadian border. When I first started planning the trip I was concerned about the very real possibility of snow in March, but it was one of those freaky weeks with temperatures well into the 70s. I should have packed summer clothes!
When you drive in other parts of the country you may think that all the rules of the road are the same as home, but you may be surprised to see a few things that are different.
We saw this one in New York State although the owner of the bed and breakfast said the snow cover had not been deep enough during this past mild winter for the typical recreational rides.
It got me thinking about the kinds of signs people might see on the roads of the United States.
Animal crossing signs may be different in different areas of the country and on rural roads…………………….and a different kind of animal can be found in some areas.
It means “dual carriageway ends” which translates into American English as “expressway ends—two way traffic ahead.” And yes, we had the fun of driving on the left side of the road.
Some international signage can get very confusing. I found these online…..if anyone can interpret any of them, please leave a comment!
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