Road signs in Argentina

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Road signs in Argentina are similar to those of other South American countries. They are something of a compromise between the Vienna Convention signs used in Europe and the U.S. system. Argentina has right-hand traffic.

The most recent versions of Argentine road signs were introduced in 1994, with the promulgation of Law 24.449 by the Congress of Argentina, with the purpose of establishing a single rules system within the whole country.[1]

Signs system[edit]

Regulatory signs[edit]

Warning signs[edit]

Information signs[edit]

Historic signs[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Law n° 24.449 (separated by Province) on Agencia Nacional de Seguridad Vial de Argentina website (Archive), 30 Mar 2014

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