DWL

(redirected from Double White Line)
AcronymDefinition
DWLD-Link Wireless Lan
DWLDeadweight Loss (microneconomics)
DWLDrilling with Liner (energy)
DWLDisingenuous White Liberal
DWLDoppler Wind Lidar
DWLDying with Laughter
DWLDivided Word-Line
DWLDoctor Williams's Library (London, England, UK)
DWLDual-Wield (World of Warcraft gaming)
DWLDon't Write Letters! (Steven Den Beste blog)
DWLDerived Working Level
DWLDownward Looking
DWLDatum Waterline (watercraft design)
DWLDouble White Line
DWLDefense within Limits (insurance)
DWLDesigner's Waterline
DWLDetector-Window Length
DWLDesigned Load Waterline (engineering)
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This stretch of the main Kerry to Dublin road has a climbing lane from the Castleisland side and the main outer lane is governed by a continuous double white line.
4 A double solid white line, or a double white line system where the solid line is on your side, means that you must not cross or straddle it unless it is safe and you need to enter adjoining premises or a side road.
One of the cars crossed a continuous double white line, leading to the high-speed impact.
Police alleged he was driving without due care and attention and had crossed a double white line as he overtook a tractor, which allegedly turned right without warning.
Michael Furlong's passenger Natalie Freeman, 15, died when he overtook two lorries on a double white line and crashed into a wall in Bagnelstown, Co Carlow, on March 15 last year.
A POLICE chief was fined pounds 300 yesterday for straying over a double white line and causing a car crash.
He saw Bailey swerve and twice cross the double white line in the centre of the road before veering bacK on to his own side.
The double white line dividing the single lane from the dual lane is completely obscured by traffic crossing it.
Between the offence and appearing in court, Williams, a well-known face in the North Wales-made children's TV series, was also caught crossing a double white line.
"This scheme will introduce speed limit amendments, as well as improved signage, road markings and a double white line system to restrict overtaking.
One motorcyclist was reported for summons for motoring offences - contravening double white line and careless riding and one vehicle was seized as the driver admitted driving without insurance.
A double white line means you can overtake but only at great speed in a dangerous manner.