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The speed limit discs indicate the maximum speed allowed depending on the type of vehicle and the road traveled. Article 142 of the Highway Code requires road hauliers to apply two warning signs in the rear of their vehicle; the obligation applies to all goods transport vehicles excluding military vehicles when they are supplied to the armed forces.= "More-47">
The first signal must be positioned in the rear left part of the vehicle and represents the maximum allowed limit in extra-urban roads while the second, positioned in the rear right part of the vehicle, represents the maximum limit allowed for that vehicle on the highway.
In the case of vehicle complexes, the signals will be applied to the rear of the trailer.
We list below all the vehicle categories involved and the signals to be applied:
LIMIT 40—60 All work vehicles when they are fully loaded LIMIT 70—80 Road trains made up of a tractor and a trailer, lorries of total mass with a full load exceeding 12 tonnes used for the transport of goods or for other uses; trucks with a total mass exceeding 5 tons when used for the transport of persons. LIMIT 80—100 Vehicles destined for the transport of goods of total mass at full load exceeding 3.5 tons up to 12 tons. I speed limit discs to be applied must have a diameter of 20 cm be equipped with approved film, as required by law, otherwise you may incur administrative sanction. Furthermore, it is advisable to apply the speed limit discs in a dry environment after having adequately cleaned the surface to prevent them from becoming detached in time.