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Andy_C  says:

Do local councils really know their roads?

Do local councils really know best when it come to rural roads? Take a look the photo of the white arrows marked on the B4077 in Gloucestershire... apparently encouraging us to ride/drive on the RH/side of the road!

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Apr 06

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ERP30 says:


That is messed up... is it photoshop ...

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Jul 09

Posts: 66

CaNsA says:


It does look a bit "suspect".

I'd say it was a 'shop

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May 06

Posts: 21

greg1948 says:

I always knew that Gloucestershire have a different way of looking at things.

Try the A417,changes from 60 mph speed limit to 50mph the moment it enters Gloucestershire.

Same road same dangers.


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Mar 04

Posts: 55

ivanhoe says:

There is a road junction ahead on the left.  The road appears to go into a shallow left hand bend. I would be moving to the centre of the road on my bike to get a better view of the junction and the road ahead.

Indeed as the road markings suggest.

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Jul 10

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brmoore says:


so with an insurance claim, you reckon you can hide behind...'the road told me to do it' haha...

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