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Understanding Italian Road Signs: Precedence

Cristina Fassio

Dare precedenza

Yield right of way

Fermarsi e dare precedenza

Stop and give the right of way

Preavviso di fermarsi e dare precedenza

Upcoming stop sign

Preavviso di dare precedenza

Upcoming yeild right of way

Intersezione con precedenza a destra

Crossroads with right of way from the right

Dare precedenza nei sensi unici alternati

Oncoming traffic has the right of way

Fine del diritto di precedenza

End of current right of way

Diritto di precedenza

You have the right of way (in the direction where posted)

Intersezione con diritto di precedenza

You have the right of way at the intersection (with cars coming from the left and right)

Intersezione a "T" con diritto di precedenza

You have the right of way at the intersection with a subordinate road coming from the right (or if shown, from the left)

Confluenza a destra

Merging traffic from the right, you have right of way

Confluenza a sinistra

Merging traffic from the left, you have right of way

Diritto di precedenza nei sensi unici alternati

Oncoming traffic must wait

 

 


Cristina lives in Vagliagli, Siena, Italy and keeps busy with her website Expats in Italy (expatsinitaly.com) and her relocation business.

© Cristina Fassio, 2002

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