“The sign on the D4R7 is horrible,” reader Andrej began to talk about his experience, who over the weekend went from the direction of Šamorín in the direction of Záhorie.
As he said, if his girlfriend had not warned him where to go to the Lužný Bridge, he would have passed the exit towards Petržalka and would have reached Bajkalská. Subsequently, the journey continued in order – in less than thirty minutes he reached the finish line. As he explained, this trip would normally take him three-quarters of an hour to an hour – depending on the traffic.
“The highway as such is great, Bratislava needed it as salt, but going for the first time without navigation is probably pure death,” stated. As he explained, problems arose on the way home from the city. “It was good to take the well-known routes. I deliberately noticed the signs to turn well. Even on the way to Aupark, the D4 was also marked on the signs, albeit in such small print that I almost overlooked it. But since the trip to Žilina, it’s kind of cut off – if I don’t know I have to go to Jarovka, I’ll probably end up in Budapest, ” the reader is angry.
Be careful about this
As he explained, the closest information that it was necessary to turn onto the D4 was at the exit on the D4, in the direction of Jarovka. Those who do not know that it is necessary to turn to Jarovka could get to the Hungarian highway.
Until then, there was only information about the E75 road, which “lights up” on the signs when information about the D4. However, this information on which road signs to follow is on a board that can be easily overlooked by motorists – it is on the right.
If you need to get from Záhorie to Šamorín or Holíc, use the following route:
When driving from Záhorie on the D4 via Jarovce, it is necessary to follow the motorway in the direction of Budapest. Behind Petržalka there is a gas station, behind which motorists should be on the lookout – it is necessary to follow the signs that draw attention to the exit to Jarovka. However, do not keep right when exiting Jarovka – you would get to the motorway in the direction of Vienna, but keep left on Jarovka. Horizontal and vertical traffic signs will inform you about this. Then take the exit to Jarovka and you will get to the D4. In case you subsequently need to get off on the R7, behind the Lužný bridge use the exit to Komárno.
We recently tried the journey on D4R7 on our own skin. At that time, we did not get along the pre-planned route, but to Bajkalská Street instead of Petržalka. You can read more HERE. However, we did not have such an experience as the only one, the negative experience of motorists with traffic signs is copied on the Internet.