"Hoe noemt men de voorrangsdriehoeken op het wegdek?" is a question that translates to "What are the priority triangles on the road surface called?" in English. hoe noemt men de voorrangsdriehoeken op het wegdek.The priority triangles on the road surface are known as "haaientanden" in Dutch, which means "shark teeth" in English. These markings are used to indicate a priority road, where drivers on the priority road have the right of way over drivers on intersecting roads. The shark teeth markings are an important part of road safety and help to reduce the risk of accidents by clearly indicating which vehicles have the right of way at intersections.