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Why White And Yellow Lines Are Made On The Roads?

Why White And Yellow Lines Are Made On The Roads?

Did you know the difference between white lines and yellow lines?

While walking on the road, you must have paid attention to the lines built on it. These lines are yellow or white in colour. Sometimes they are in a straight line and sometimes in pieces. You may be thinking that these lines are meant to divide the road into two parts, then you are thinking exactly right. But it is not only to divide the road into two parts, but it also has more meaning, knowing that you will also say that we did not even know.

These white lines on the road mean that you walk in the lane you are walking. You don't have to go in the second lane at all. At the same time, broken white lines on the road mean that you can change lanes, but with caution and by giving a turn indicator to other trains.

If you see a straight yellow line on the road, then understand that you can overtake other trains, but cannot go beyond the yellow line. However, the mean varies from state to state. For example, the yellow line on the road in Telangana means that you cannot overtake trains by staying inside the line.

Why White And Yellow Lines Are Made On The Roads?

These two straight yellow lines on the road 

Mean that you walk in your own lane, do not cross the line and cross it. If you see a yellow line on the road, but in pieces, then understand that you are allowed to pass over the broken yellow line, but with caution.

Sometimes you will see that in the middle of the road there is a straight yellow line and one-piece yellow line together. This means that if you are driving towards the broken yellow line then you can overtake, but if you are on the straight yellow line then you are not allowed to overtake.

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