(1) A traffic control device may, by the use of words, figures, symbols or anything else, indicate any of the following—
(a) the times, days or circumstances when it applies or does not apply;
(b) the lengths of road or areas where it applies or does not apply;
(c) the persons to whom it applies or does not apply;
(d) the vehicles to which it applies or does not apply;
(e) other information.
Examples of circumstances
1 A speed-limit sign may indicate that it applies when the lights at a children's crossing are flashing.
2 A speed-limit sign may indicate that it applies when children are present.
(2) In this rule—
"traffic control device" includes a board, device, plate, screen, word, figure, symbol, or anything else, with a traffic control device that provides information about the application of the traffic control device.
Examples of information with a traffic control device
1 A plate erected immediately below a no U-turn sign indicating that the sign applies on Monday to Friday between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
2 An illuminated board erected close to, but not next to, a no entry sign indicating that commercial trucks are permitted to pass the sign when the words on the board are illuminated.
"With" includes accompanying or reasonably associated with—see the definition in the dictionary.