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The system picks up the No Overtaking sign as well as some other selected signs in it's recognition software.
 

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Disco said:
I'm sorry, but exactly what does it mean?

also, the speed limit sign changes from normal to say night from time to time although it is daylight. why?
It means no over taking. A blonde moment? ;-)
 

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Disco said:
I'm sorry, but exactly what does it mean?

also, the speed limit sign changes from normal to say night from time to time although it is daylight. why?
When it changes, are the lights on? I would guess it's linked to the auto headlight sensors (perhaps even if you don't hae the lights set to Auto).
 

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BobbyBox said:
It means no over taking. A blonde moment? ;-)
Avoid spec'ing the Firenze Red otherwise you are prohibited from overtaking
 

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wardie said:
BobbyBox said:
It means no over taking. A blonde moment? ;-)
Avoid spec'ing the Firenze Red otherwise you are prohibited from overtaking
:D
 

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Gace said:
Are the "No over taking" signs specific to countries outside the US? We don't have any road sign as such.
Only for countries with bends in the roads :D
 

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BobbyBox said:
Disco said:
I'm sorry, but exactly what does it mean?

also, the speed limit sign changes from normal to say night from time to time although it is daylight. why?
It means no over taking. A blonde moment? ;-)
Haha yes a bit of blonde moment. I guess the term overtaking threw me off as we don't use that in U.S. Neither do we have such sign.
 

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ccomley said:
Disco said:
I'm sorry, but exactly what does it mean?

also, the speed limit sign changes from normal to say night from time to time although it is daylight. why?
When it changes, are the lights on? I would guess it's linked to the auto headlight sensors (perhaps even if you don't hae the lights set to Auto).
Not sure if they turn on but My lights are set on auto. That may possibly be the reason.
 
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