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Yield Signs

Tell drivers to yield to pedestrians and other cars cruising around your facility

Post yield signs at busy intersections or crosswalks around your facility to remind motorists to yield to other drivers and pedestrians. Seton offers yield traffic signs, four-sided pedestrian crosswalk centre yield signs, as well as private property yield signs.

Did you know the original yield sign was yellow, but was changed to red and white in 1971 by the MUTCD? Seton offers regulation red and white yield signs to address all your traffic and pedestrian safety concerns.

Maintain MUTCD compliance by purchasing a high-quality, durable yield signs from Seton.

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Seton is your only stop for high-quality yield signs. Alert drivers who are easily distracted by posting yield signs around your facility.
Yield signs communicate to drivers that they must be prepared to stop, if necessary, to let another driver or pedestrian proceed in front of them.
MUTCD compliant
Most yield signs from Seton are MUTCD compliant and designed to be durable enough to withstand anything Mother Nature throws their way. Many are available with reflective finishes and our aluminum signs are designed to be rustproof and ideal for long-term use.
Yield signs have a triangular shape and consist of a white triangle on a red background. They are usually placed in median areas or at entrance ramps. Installation of a yield sign may be appropriate at approaches of a minor roadway to a major roadway where stopping on a minor roadway is not always required and safe appraoch speed on a minor roadway exceeds 15 kn/h.
Alert drivers to merging traffic, pedestrian crosswalks, or other hazardous areas with yield signs from Seton.
How Does A Yield Sign Work?
In Canada, a Yield sign indicates to drivers that they must yield the right-of-way, slow down or stop, before entering an intersection, roundabout or any other facility and must not proceed until it is safe to do so.

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