What you might be looking at is the new traffic sign at a busy intersection.
This was created by the National Road Safety Authority (NRA), which is an arm of Transport for London.
This sign is called an “adot traffic” sign and is located on the edge of a road at the junction of the M5 and M8.
Adot traffic is when you see traffic lights at intersections where you have no idea what is going on.
The adot is the word for “road”.
It stands for “adventure”, and is the symbol of the “adventures” that are possible on the roads of the world.
Adots are also used as a type of advertising slogan in many other countries around the world, and are often used as signage to advertise goods or services.
What is an adot?
There are three main kinds of adots, and each of these has its own characteristics and advantages.
Adornment The adornment of an adoton is usually based on a single symbol or a series of symbols.
The symbols on the adot are usually small and typically are used in conjunction with a symbol from the surrounding area.
This means that there are often many of these symbols in a single adot, which makes them easy to identify and easy to read.
This is an example of an “attract” adot.
Here, we see the adornments of the four different adots on the M4 (left) and M5 (right).
In this example, the “attractor” is the red “H” in the centre of the adoton.
The “bait” is also the red “+”.
The “adviser” is usually the white “S” in a circle around the adotation.
The orange “D” indicates the direction of travel, and the blue “V” indicates a stop sign.
Adoton signs can be used to mark a location, or even to direct traffic on a particular route.
The location of the sign can be shown on the road, as can the direction or distance.
The distance is shown on a blue line, and is relative to the direction.
This may help you identify which way is south or north.
Adorned in such a way, a sign can convey information such as “this is a busy road, stop at this spot for your lunch break”.
There are many different kinds of signs available, such as the “A” sign on the left and the “S”, “D”, “T”, “V”, and “U” signs on the right.
These can be easily identified by their colours.
Adopt this sign to show you are aware of the traffic signs around you, or if you are travelling in a city, give your friends a heads up that they may need to turn around.
The use of an advertising slogan is a great way to increase traffic awareness and reduce accidents.
In the same way, there are a number of other signs that you can adopt to help you find your way in the city, or the countryside.
Signs can also be used as “eyes in the sky” to warn of approaching road hazards.
There are also a number that you may find useful for keeping track of the time of day, and a few that can be set up to tell you where you should be heading.
They can also help you stay informed on road safety issues.
Advertisements on the carriageway and the motorway in London This sign shows the position of the red dot on the motorways M4, M5, M6, M7, M8, M9, and M10.
There is also a circular road sign on each side of the motor routes M4 and M6 and M7.
It is a bit like the one above, but this time the sign is located at the intersection of the road M4 with the M6.
This can be useful if you need information on the weather or traffic conditions.
Here is an illustration of the car routes in London, where a red dot shows the location of a sign.
The red dot is located in London’s west-central area, just before the junction with the junction at W1 and M2.
This makes it easy to find on the map.
In a similar way, the circular road signs are located on either side of each road in the south-west of London, at the point where the junction goes into the city centre.
In these signs, the red dots are used to show the location and time of the nearest junction, and this gives the location the red colour, and shows you the direction to follow if you want to travel that way.
The yellow dot is also used to indicate the direction from where you want your vehicle to go, and will also give you the location if you turn right onto the M1.
The circular road, on the other hand, is located further north, at junction with junction at M4.
Here the yellow dots are also located at this junction, in