A winding road is a stretch of roadway that twists and turns, usually with no apparent reason. This type of road has its own set of rules — and can be confusing for drivers who don’t know what to expect.
Generally, the most challenging part of driving a winding road is navigating the traffic and keeping your speed under control. The best way to do this is to be aware of the surrounding roadway conditions and take note of the warning signs that are placed along the route.
Winding road signs are not uncommon and are often found in locations where two or more curves are within a distance of six hundred feet. These yellow diamond shaped warning signs are not only aesthetically pleasing but they also serve to remind drivers of the hazards that lie ahead.
Typically, they are found on the outskirts of cities and towns. However, they may be found in the heart of a rural area, such as a state park or a national forest.
Most winding road signs are small and easy to miss, so a good signage program will include a large sign to catch the driver’s eye. These large winding road signs are available in a wide variety of colors and designs to suit any budget.