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Chevron Sharp Deviation of Route Sign Diagram 515
This black and white sign features a prominent white chevron that indicates that there is a harsh turn in the oncoming roadway. These post mounted signs are frequently seen on roundabouts or on tight bends on countryside roads. Giving drivers better warning before hitting the bend.
When used on a roundabout this sign faces joining traffic to indicate the direction of traffic flow. In this application, they are often used in conjunction with a diagram 606 sign.
On roads where a “bend” sign is not sufficient these signs may be used to indicate the severity of the direction change. Although this sign listing shows only two chevrons there are many other versions available. If you cannot see the chevron sign you are looking for then please call us.
Superior Quality Sign Face
Superior quality prismatic reflective sign face ensure that the sign stands the test of time.
Durable Composite Base
Made from material which is an aluminium covering over plastic, it is light and ultra strong.
Designed to be Post Mounted
Each Part of the sign comes with two rails allowing the fitment of two clips per face for secure mounting.
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