Q: What does a triangle on the road mean?

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The answer depends on what you mean by "mean of triangle". There is no such geometric term.

If you mean "triangle", a triangle can never have two parallel sides.If you mean "triangle", a triangle can never have two parallel sides.If you mean "triangle", a triangle can never have two parallel sides.If you mean "triangle", a triangle can never have two parallel sides.

You have broken down on a two-way road. You have a warning triangle. You should place the warning triangle at least how far from your vehicle?

To yield to that corner or to watch for the people thereIn sign language, a triangle means a girl's private area. (vag!na). And it's actually a curse or calling someone something.

Triangle-ception.

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there is a brake down ahead

ConstructionAdded: A warning that crews working on the roadway.

In the UK it could be a road sign indicating that there is a roundabout ahead.

It is a worded warning sign

if you are referring to a road map, the red triangle is a point where milage is shown in red between 2 red triangles

That would be a warning of danger ahead.

Give Way is the only road sign in the UK which uses an inverted triangle.

if in a triangle, it a warning that the temp has dropped to 3 degrees or less and road conditions can be effected.

The answer depends on what you mean by "mean of triangle". There is no such geometric term.

If you mean "triangle", a triangle can never have two parallel sides.If you mean "triangle", a triangle can never have two parallel sides.If you mean "triangle", a triangle can never have two parallel sides.If you mean "triangle", a triangle can never have two parallel sides.