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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988


(See sections 116 and 119)


Part A.--Mandatory Signs

  1. The figure 20 is given merely as an example. The actual figures will be as prescribed in each case where this sign is used.
  2. The general design of the post is given for guidance.
  3. Where the  speed limit  is, or  is to be, imposed only on a certain class  or classes  of motor  vehicle, the  class  or classes will  be specified  on the "definition plate". Where in addition to a general speed limit applicable to other motor vehicles a special speed limit is or is to be imposed on vehicles of a certain class or classes, the general speed limit will be specified on the disc and the special speed limit together with the class or classes of vehicle to which it applies, will be specified on the "definition plate".
  4. The paints to be used on the traffic signs should be of reflecting kind. For New Schedule, see Notification No. S. O. 475 (E), 21-6-89 (w.e.f. 1-7-1989).

Note--Sign No.  5 as  here set  forth may be amplified by instructions inscribed upon  a definition  plate placed  below it  as  in  the general arrangement  set forth  in sign  No. 1 of this Part. Upon the definition plate may be set forth the times during which parking is prohibited. In like manner an arrow-head inscribed on the definition  plate will indicate that parking is prohibited on that part of the street or road lying to the side of the sign to which the arrow-head points.

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