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Children's Crossing Signs in Norway

Tonsvik, 09.I.2014; pict. B. Hoeyberghs


Tonsvik, 09.I.2014; pict. B. Hoeyberghs
The text says: Children at play — drive carefully.

The advice is superfluous in my opinion. The children in question are proba­bly only doing mind games. Certainly nothing that involves movements that could bring them on the roadway.

There is hardly any danger in such static children — unless they are cemented in the middle of the road, of course.

Viking is a large roadside assistance company. Their website states that they have a strong focus on customer satisfaction and innovation. Is that not what about all companies claim? — The recommendation of the sign remains valid in full, though, do not understand me wrongly!


Trondheim; V.2000; pict. C. Verscheure

This sign gives a very bad example. My parents told me not to plant my hands in my pockets. But that said: a nice sign with a lovely Mickey Mouse girl.

Trondheim; V.2000; pict. C. Verscheure

Light footed children (barn) and belonging to the UK-group where the girl is guiding the boy. More about this in Iceland.

VII.2003; pict. P. Karlsson

This is the sign that also can be found in Svalbard.

(D∅ve means deaf)


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