How to tag a road for only 4x4 offroad car use?

asked 19 Nov '13, 16:46

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4wd_only=yes seems to be suitable.

In general: Please use the search in the wiki. And see which-tags-do-i-use. I see not much sense to duplicate the wiki in this help site. ;-)

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answered 19 Nov '13, 17:35

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I'd second that but would make a couple of comments - "4wd_only" arose out of common Australian signage, so it's a clearly verifiable tag - something that all tagging should aspire to be.

Also, don't forget to add a surface description (whether or not "4wd_only=yes" is appropriate), as it will help users of all vehicles and none decide whether a particular road or track is for them.

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@SomeoneElse: you likely are referring to Key:surface (and maybe other tags mentioned there) (links make life easier), right?

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