Children's crossing in Uruguay

near Treinta y Tres, 1999; pict. L. Facello
  I'm happy with this find. It's most refreshing compared with the mediocre products of the neighbouring countries (see Argentina, Brazil).
This are real self-confident people; adults as usual in South-America. Notice a slight quality dip in the briefcase region. This could mean iconization in the future.

The speed limit is rather high compared with other countries (see list in Australia). Most countries do suggest 30 km or slower.

Children are normally shown walking towards traffic. This sign was meant for the left side of the road.

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