Josef Schneider Jr. from Vienna, Austria, was basically a card manufacturer, although they also produced several educational and strategic board games. It was founded in 1928, vanished for some time during World War II and restarted business in 1946 for several years until the middle 1960’s (?).
Their typical logo is showing the initials of Company owners name and the place of publishing "J.S.J/W".
The J.S.J/W game set is a Das Verkehrszeichen Spiel (Traffic Signs Game). The front of the game box has a very colorful drawing depicting a Split Window VW Sedan and early 1950s VW Panel Bus as well as some other vehicles in the cross road with traffic signs. There is a game board with a driving path with various traffic signs. The little plastic two dimensional VWs game pieces are driven around the course obeying the various signs. The VW game pieces are the same as the game pieces used in the KLEEFELD KdF WAGEN VW V1 game.
The J.S.J/W Company logo appears on the lower left corner of the box cover.