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Driving instructor campaigns against road sign 'mistakes'

6th June 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A driving instructor from Essex is campaigning against the number of errors on warning signs that are used on the county's roads.

Tariq Musaji has found and photographed at least a dozen signs, which he believes do not correlate with driving manuals, according to

Mr Musaji, 42, of London Road, Billericay, told the website: "Traffic signs and road markings play a vital role in directing, informing and controlling road users' behaviour."

He also expressed his surprise that no one has taken the effort of correcting many of the signs, which could prove to be dangerous for drivers.

In addition, Mr Musaji has discovered many signs that are poorly maintained or too damaged to be read easily.

The Lincolnshire Echo has reported that a road sign has been stolen in Gainsborough, which was used to welcome motorists into the town.

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