Right or left?

Finally I got round to photograph this somewhat old sign:

Customer parking 60m left

Translation: Customer parking 60m left

Looks stupid at first, but actually makes sense: those customers arriving from one direction see this sign next to the main entrance, continue to drive 60m in the direction of the arrow, then turn left to the parking site; those arriving from the other direction have already seen the parking site anyway.

(Telekom headquarters Heilbronn, 12/2007)


  1. S

    Jaja, oder wie ich meine Freundin immer im Auto frage: welches links? Das auf Deiner oder das auf meiner Seite?” *grins*

  2. c

    :D Solang’s dann nicht an einer Kreuzung heißt: “Fahr los, von rechts kommt nichts” — krach! — “Ich meinte das andere rechts”…

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