The blackspot has prominent signs warning of a hidden dip and double white lines, at the site at Tranmire, near Scaling Dam.
What does DWL stand for?
DWL stands for Double White Line
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We have 20 other meanings of DWL in our Acronym Attic
- Defense within Limits (insurance)
- Derived Working Level
- Designed Load Waterline (engineering)
- Designer's Waterline
- Detector-Window Length
- Disingenuous White Liberal
- Divided Word-Line
- Doctor Williams's Library (London, England, UK)
- Don't Write Letters! (Steven Den Beste blog)
- Doppler Wind Lidar
- Downward Looking
- Drilling with Liner (energy)
- Dual-Wield (World of Warcraft gaming)
- Dying with Laughter
- Dallas Women Lawyers Association (Texas)
- Dana Wharf Lady Anglers (est. 1976; California)
- Donny Who Loved Bowling (band)
- Department of Water Land and Biodiversity Conservation (Australia)
- Drinking Water Laboratory Certification
Samples in periodicals archive:
I have noticed a big increase in drivers who deliberately cross double white lines lately and cameras do nothing to prevent that.
You parked just after a blind summit, on a bend, against double white lines, and moreover you must have been aware had you thought about it for one moment that drivers coming up behind would be blinded by the sun.
Others overtake on bends, over double white lines and over hatched areas near junctions etc.
Morris, from Pencader, who is paralysed from the waist down and drives a modified car, was found guilty of failing to comply with double white lines road markings in a hearing at Ammanford Magistrates' Court.
Police pulled her over 15 miles from her home in York after she crossed double white lines on a blind summit.
Peter Shields had crossed double white lines on a 60mph stretch of carriageway and his Nissan Micra hit a van travelling the other way.