A UK road sign test has found that the road signs are not being tested properly and that people will end up with expensive, and possibly misleading, results.
The Road Signs test (RST) was launched in the United Kingdom by the British Transport Police in May 2017.
It was created as a way to identify issues with road signage.
The purpose of the test was to ensure that all road signs and other information on road infrastructure were being properly tested and checked by engineers and experts.
But the results have been mixed so far.
In the past three months, the RST has revealed that only seven out of 36 road signs have passed.
And in the next three months that number will fall.
One of the signs that the RSt found to be faulty is the road sign that reads: “Drive with caution, be aware of traffic.”
The sign is in the vicinity of a major road junction, and has been used for years.
The sign was put in place to warn people to slow down when approaching a junction and not to drive into it.
The RSt also found that no signs have been installed to warn drivers to stay on the right side of the road.
In order to test all road sign systems, a team of engineers from Transport for London (TfL) and the National Transport Authority (NTA) conducted an extensive testing process in the field.
It involved reviewing dozens of signs and reviewing all the data collected.
The testing included inspecting and reviewing the sign itself, and the road markings.
Tfl, the national government agency responsible for the design and construction of all road and road-related infrastructure, is responsible for designing, building and maintaining all of the UK’s road signs.
The NTA is responsible, in turn, for providing the technical oversight of all of TfL’s road infrastructure.
But Tfl has had the responsibility for the testing process, and it has been a slow process.
Since May 2017, the NTA has been working on upgrading the system and has completed the necessary upgrades to the existing system.
This includes a new test, the new RST, which was launched this month.
The tests are supposed to be completed in 2019, but this is yet to happen.
In order to comply with the Rst, the sign tests have been delayed for several months.
As part of the tests, engineers from the RTS have been required to take part in a simulated traffic jam in which they would be instructed to use their car to pass a sign that would cause a significant delay.
This simulated jam was used to gather data from over 30,000 signs in an attempt to determine whether signs were correctly tested.
The RST found that more than half of the traffic jams the signs were in during the simulation had the same sign tested.
The results showed that the majority of the simulated jams were in areas with high speed zones.
In some areas the test showed signs were tested correctly.
The result is that people are being misled.
The signs tested correctly will show a speed limit of 30mph in some areas, but in other areas, signs will show the speed limit is 40mph.
In areas where there is a higher speed limit, the speed will be reduced, even if the speed is less than 40mph because there are not enough signs that have the correct speed.
As a result, signs are showing the wrong speed.
This is because the speed that is being measured in the simulator is different to what is being recorded on the road in real life.
The tests also found signs are being tested incorrectly, meaning the sign is not being checked and tested properly.
In many cases the signs will be tested with the wrong number of signals, or the sign may not be tested at all.
In this case, drivers are paying for their own mistakes.
This is why some drivers are using their own vehicles to pass the sign.
Drivers have been using their vehicles to speed up, which causes them to be hit by the car ahead.
If drivers don’t follow the signs and test properly, they will end to have their own problems and could end up paying for the mistake.
For many drivers, it is cheaper to just ignore the signs, because they will not be seen by other road users.
If signs are tested properly, it will make people’s lives easier, and will also save lives.
In other words, drivers should test their signs properly.
The UK Transport Inspectorate (UTI) has been monitoring the road testing for over two years.
This month the UTI said that it was not aware of any errors in the tests.
But there is still a long way to go before the testing is completed.
The British Transport Authority said that tests were still being done to test more signs.
It said the tests are still taking place, and that a new Rst is planned for next year.
The NTA said it was looking into the situation and that it will monitor the road tests.
It also urged drivers to pay attention to the signs they pass and to test