First, the purpose of the indicative guidelines:

Indicative signals used primarily to guide and direct drivers and all road users on the streets and along the roads to the villages of cities, streets and other important and necessary purposes. And informing them about intersections and determine distances and directions and places of geographical, geological, historical and religious significance and service facilities on the roads. In general, these guidelines provide such information, and help drivers along the way wire the shortest way to get to their destinations.


Second, the shape and colors of the signals indicative:

For most indicative signs the writing or symbols are different and diverse that it cannot be a uniform size for all signals. Therefore, signals sizes are mainly determined by the length of the message to be delivered.


Colors of indicative guidelines are also different colors have been identified by the message type for example:

·         Signs on the roads outside the cities ground shall be painted blue and white writing. The ground inside the cities are green and white writing.

·         Pointing to the cities, villages and hamlets shall be ground in blue and white writing.

·         The marking of streets and neighborhoods within cities shall be ground color green and white writing.

·         For marking important purposes, such as hospitals have the background color in black and white writing.

·         Pointing to farms and recreational complexes and museums have the background color of brown and black, as well as writing for religious signals.