These Songs That You Hear At Every Quince Would Be Perfect For Traffic Signs, And This Is Why
With so many different traffic signs, it can sometimes be difficult to remember what each one means. But that’s not something a little music can’t solve. Listen to these traffic sign music videos and see if they stick.
Anyone who has ever been to a quinceañera has surely heard this song that pairs perfectly with this traffic sign.
This just makes me want to start dancing.
Maybe with a catchy song like this, drivers will actually follow the directions of these traffic signs.
This is perfect for drivers who can’t seem to understand “left only” and “right only” turns. Or for those who often hear “your other left.”
This might help drivers with a light foot to take it easy on the gas… or make them want to dance.
I would just drive straight to the club if I heard this song.
Officials should really consider adding the word “Shaky” to these rock slide area signs. It makes total sense.
Just don’t shake your hips too hard or you might swerve off the road.
Aside from making you want to dance, these music traffic signs will also remind you to fill up your gas tank before you’re left stranded in the middle of the road on empty.
This is perfect for all of the stubborn drivers who insist on driving with just a quarter of gas left in their tank.
This catchy sign will stop you from speeding through bumps on the road.
I definitely need this in my life. ??
And for those who always ignore “Yield” signs, maybe this song will help you pay more attention to them.
This song would actually make me want to slow down a bit.
With a song like this, you’ll probably start to become a little more careful about your speed limit.
This is genius.
And this song will definitely help give you a heads up about curvy roads that lie ahead.
*Sigh* If only these traffic signs with music actually existed. They would definitely make traffic a lot more entertaining.
Tag your friends who are always getting tickets and need these traffic signs in their lives!
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