Can YOU tell what these European road signs really mean? – The Sun

BRITS have been left baffled by European road signs as some even think one encourages drivers to put their headlights on because of a JELLYFISH in the area.

One in five Brits have admitted they often struggle with "foreign" road signs abroad and confessed completely misunderstanding them, according to a survey by Al Fresco Holidays. Take our quiz to see if you guess what these signs mean.

1. Jellyfish ahead?

A) Slippery roads

B) No driving on water

C) No vehicles carrying water pollutants are allowed

2. Family evicted

A) No football or games

B) Residential area

C) Road is on its way out of a residential area

3. Britpop album cover

A) Driver has right of way

B) Turn your headlights on

C) Proceed with caution

4. No trumpets allowed

A) Don't play a trumpet while driving

B) Don't honk your horn

C) No parades allowed

5. Man the cannons!

A) No handcarts of wheelbarrows

B) Caution, workers ahead

C) Ploughing competition ahead

6. Stoop on escalator

A) Distance to nearest ski slope

B) Skiers can cross the road between 10am and 4pm

C) Skiers cannot cross the road between 10am and 4pm

7. Park life

A) Rest stop

B) Toilet ahead

C) Picnic zone

8. Flying jellyfish warning

A) Jellyfish ahead

B) Spaceship ahead

C) Put on your headlights

9. Beware of hypnotists

A) Roundabout ahead

B) City Centre ahead

C) Target zone

10. Cool car backflip

A) Accident ahead

B) Rolling car danger

C) Delays ahead

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Answers

How did you do?

1. C – No vehicles carrying water pollutants are allowed

2. C – The road is on its way out of a residential area

3. A – The driver has right of way

4. B – Drivers shouldn't sound their horn

5. A – No handcarts of wheelbarrows

6. B – Skiers can cross the road between 10am and 4pm

7. C – Picnic zone

8. C – Drivers should put on their headlights

9. B – City Centre

10. A – Accident ahead

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