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When to apply:
- Entrance and exit roads of .
- Entrance and exit roads of bridges and tunnels.
- When a "Exit R/L" is more clear than a "Keep R/L"
Naming of entrance and exit roads:
- Only the first number of the destination road
- > (BE/LUX) or ri (NL)
- Followed by the directions, as indicated on the road signs
- No City
Naming of exits:
- Official name & number of the exit
- Only when road signs deviate from the official name: > (BE/LUX) or "ri" (NL) followed by the directions, as indicated on the road signs and separated by a '/'.
- Road numbers aren't added to the name of the exit.
Entrance roads are named in the official language of the region where they are located. They always indicate a certain direction.
Only when Freeways (A-number) also have a European road number, only the E-number is used. In all other cases, the national road number is used.
Exits are named in the official language of the region where they are located (see cityname).
Use of abbreviations to indicate the direction:
- The abbreviation ">" (Belgium) or "ri" (The Netherlands) is used so the rest of the instruction stays visible on the screen.
- These abbreviations are pronounced fully by TTS (Text To Speech), in the navigation instructions with use of streetnames.