DRIVING test experts have taken to social media to explain a common road sign to confused motorists.
The video, uploaded to the @drivingtestsuccess channel on TikTok shows a triangular sign with an adult holding a child’s hand.
The title of the video is: ‘Did you know this?’
While a caption on the video reads: ‘Did you know this road sign DOESN’T mean school children.
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A voice over the video then says: “triangle signs are warning signs.
“This sign means warning, pedestrians in the road.”
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People in the comments thanked the channel for the post but also had some hilarious suggestions for what they thought the sign meant.
One said: “I thought it was gonna say “warning kidnapper”
Another TikTok user said: “I thought it meant WARNING – children.”
A third commented: “I thought it was a warning if you pass here you will shrink.”
While another person said: “Passed my theory Test, your app really helped me thank you.”
Some people thought the sign meant schoolchildren, but it was pointed out that this was a different sign.
A commenter said: “Think school children is where there are two kids looking like they are running to the side if that makes sense.”