Keywords: go (in vehicle), move (vehicle)
1. A flat handshape held in this orientation while it is moved forward or backward often describes the path a vehicle (such as a car or a truck) takes as it travels. This means the actual movement in the sign can be almost anything depending on the context and what you want to say, e.g., sideways for ‘skidding’, or diagonally away and upwards for ‘going up a hill’, and so on. Signs like these are called ‘depicting’ signs in the grammar of Auslan.
As a Noun
1. The path taken by a vehicle.
As a Verb or Adjective
1. To travel somewhere or go somewhere in a vehicle.