This abstract image in Italy was judged Europe's "most stupid road sign" in a poll of drivers in 13 European countries published on Tuesday. (All pics courtesy of FIA European Bureau.)
The runner-up in the EuroTest survey was this collection of signs in Austria. Automobile clubs across Europe asked drivers for their views.
Am I at the station yet? Drivers in Birmingham, UK, may not be too sure looking at this, which took third place.
A blank slate: drivers in Wuppertal, Germany, are free to draw their own conclusions from this one.
Can Vicenza really be straight on? This collection in Italy requires closer inspection.
Time to park the car and take a break: Austria apparently offers drivers plenty of space.
Whoever said all roads lead to Rome? Just bear left - but it may drive you round the bend, this Italian sign seems to suggest.
Plenty of options for drivers in Stuttgart - but not much time to take them all in.
The drivers surveyed complained that many European road signs displayed too much information - or were plain confusing, like this one.
The survey also revealed that many drivers want a harmonisation of traffic signs in Europe - and fewer local oddities.