Truck
 
 
 
 
Truck

Regulatory road signs for trucks indicate which routes allow trucks and which types of trucks are allowed. The regulatory road sign, weight limit, imposes weight limits for trucks on certain roads.
Designates a truck route.
Designates a truck route.
Designates the route is a National Network route for trucks.
Designates the route is not a National Network route for trucks.
Designates that trucks carrying hazardous materials are permitted on the route.
Designates that trucks carrying hazardous materials are not permitted on the route.
All trucks and commercial vehicles are required to exit next right.
Truck weight limit of 10 tons.
Truck weight limit of 5 tons per axle.
Truck weight limit of 7000 lbs when empty.
Truck weight limit of 3200 kg when empty. (for drivers visiting Canada)
Designates truck weight limits.
Designates truck weight limits. (for drivers visiting Canada)
Designates truck weight limits.
Designates truck weight limits. (for drivers visiting Canada)
Designates truck weight limits. (for drivers visiting Canada)
Designates truck weight limits. (for drivers visiting Canada)
Supplemental plaque. (for drivers visiting Canada)
Trucks must use the right lane.
A truck lane is 500 feet ahead.
A truck lane is 150 meters ahead. (for drivers visiting Canada)
The designated lane is only for vehicles which are experiencing mechanical problems and are unable to stop.
Trucks are not allowed on the designated road.
Commercial vehicles are not allowed on the designated road.
Vehicles with lugs are not allowed on the designated road.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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