Roadside and Highway guide signs reviewed by Alpharetta, Georgia attorney Scott Miller.
Highway Guide Signs are placed on the road to help motorists, and to guide them safely to their destination.
Guide signs are usually rectangular and are there to indicate what highway you are traveling on, your location, or an upcoming facility.
Signs found on interstate highways are usually rectangular and green in color. These are placed there to indicate upcoming exits and exit numbers. Mile marker posts on interstate highways are green in color and indicate the number of miles from the beginning of the highway.
A highway junction sign is usually rectangular and black in color. They would indicate a junction with a state or federal highway.
Railroad crossing signs are shaped in an X and are white in color with black letters. They indicate a railroad track ahead that crosses the roadway.
If you have questions about the above or if you have received a traffic ticket related to a highway guide sign, contact the traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001 www.lawofficeofscottmiller.com