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Rumble Strips: Rumble strips are raised or grooved patterns on the roadway or shoulder that provide audible and vibratory warnings to drivers that their vehicles are leaving the driving lane or are approaching an unusual or unexpected traffic or road condition.What is the function of a rumble strip?
Rumble strips (also known as sleeper lines or alert strips) are a road safety feature to alert inattentive drivers of potential danger, by causing a tactile vibration and audible rumbling transmitted through the wheels into the vehicle interior.What do rumble strips warn a driver of?
Raised profile line markings or rumble strips are used on the edge of the road or the centre line of the road to let drivers know that they are leaving the lane. They warn drivers in a safe way that there’s a risk of either leaving the road or crossing into opposing traffic. They’re a warning of driver fatigue or inattention.