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Boxes stacked on dumbbells are unstable

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This sign looks like someone’s knocked over a box that was sitting on a dumbbell, but it’s to indicate that lorries (or other vehicles with a high centre of gravity)¬†are at risk of tipping over around the next right-hand bend. You won’t find this sign in the UK – it’s an Australian sign.

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Darren has owned several companies in the automotive, advertising and education industries. He has run driving theory educational websites since 2010.

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