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Cookie settings. Guidance How to drive on a smart motorway. How to drive safely and legally on England's smart motorways. Published 27 April Last updated 24 July — see all updates. From: Highways England. The three types of motorway shown on the map are: Dynamic hard shoulder: where the hard shoulder is temporarily opened up to traffic All lane running: where the full width of the road is usable with emergency refuge areas alongside Controlled motorway: with three or more lanes, a hard shoulder and variable speed limits On some busier sections of motorways we temporarily open the hard shoulder or have converted it to a permanent extra lane so that more vehicles can travel, avoiding the expense and disruption of widening the road.
These technology-enabled sections of motorways have enhancements such as: electronic message signs that display Red X signs and variable speed limits sensors to monitor traffic volumes CCTV cameras emergency areas, with emergency roadside telephones Quick tips Never drive in a lane closed by a Red X. Keep to the speed limits shown on the signs. A broken white line indicates a normal running lane.
If the hard shoulder is being used as an extra lane, use the designated emergency areas for emergencies. If your vehicle experiences difficulties, eg warning light, exit the motorway immediately, if you can. If you break down, put your hazard lights on. Most breakdowns are preventable - keep your car well maintained, check your tyres and make sure you have enough fuel for your journey. Driving safely when you see a red X sign PDF , 2.
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Synopsis About this title Top Gear presenter and columnist for the Daily Telegraph James May brings together another collection of his most controversial and humorous writing, from tales of motoring adventures through India, Russia and Iceland to classic articles on essential subjects such as driving songs and haunted car parks.
About the Author : Best known as one third of the Top Gear trio, James May has lived, breathed and dreamt about cars his entire life.
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