This goes along with my thread on non-US postal codes.
In the US every road from big highways down to small country dirt and gravel roads have names, numbers, or designations. When traveling on major highways they have “mile markers” every .2 of a mile. Every exit has a number and they tell you what towns are off that exit plus they have signs telling you what services are there like fuel or hotels. So lets say you have a breakdown and need to call for help you simply say “Southbound Highway 35 at mile marker 108” and they come right to you. Granted the highways in some states are marked better than others.
Now my relatives visited France and they said in France many major roadways dont have names or numbers like “120” but just a sign that tells you where the road goes to and how far it is like “Paris 120 km”. Is this true? Also people are saying in some countries like Guatemala, Panama, or Thailand many roads have no names.
So I wonder what you all have found? Do you find your own countries signage of its roads lacking? Have you visited countries where you could not figure out what road you are on or the road had no markings?
Also you all from Thailand and other places where they dont mark or name roads, just how big a road does it have to be before they start doing this?