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In the UK it is an emergency diversionary sign for motorways and primary routes.
I think you might be thinking of a trapezium. A triangle with the top point sliced off by a line parallel to the base.
First off, its isosceles. An isosceles triangle is a triangle with two sides that have the same length. A triangle with 3 sides the same length is called equilateral, but it is also a form of an isosceles. Note also that an isosceles will have two or more angles the same.
Yellow triangle with an exclamation point in it? Your four-way flashers are on.
on the left panal by the sun roof and there is a vsa off button push that and the light will go on and off
The logo with a blue triangle and yellow c and mermaid is Cressi.
Yellow triangle is the traction control light, It comes on( flashes) if you get wheelspin,like on an M# in the rain;). It will stay on if you turn DSC off, or if you have a wheel speed sensor problem(asb light would also be on)
There should be a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark inside flashing from the revometer/speedo.
It means the Anti-Lock brake system or Traction Control has been deactivated due to a problem. Have this repaired immediately.
A Red LockA red lock means the answer is Preserved and can't be changed by regular contributors or by Supervisors. And what about answers that have a yellow lock?A yellow lock means the answer is Protected; Supervisors are allowed to unlock this type of answer and make changes.
yellow triangle or yellow exclamation mark
Off the Lock was created on 1989-05-21.
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