Sign that controls traffic.
Sign that alerts you to possible hazards and road conditions.
Sign that gives directions, distsance, services, points of interest, and other information.
to allow another vehicle or roadway user to proceed first.
Right of Way
privilage of having immediate use of a certain part of the road.
Basic Speed Law
Law stating that you may not drive faster than is safe and prudent for existing conditions, regardless of posted speed limits.
Minimum Speed Limit
Speed limit to keep traffic moving safely by not allowing drivers to drive slower than a certain speed.
Advisory Speed Limit
Speed limit set for special conditions such as sharp curves.
Portion of a street or highway near a school that is subject to special speed limits.
Any signal used to control that movement of traffic.
Turning right when the red signal is on unless specifically prohibited to turn.
Traffic signal that alerts drivers to dangerous conditions or tells them to stop.
Signal, usually overhead, that tells whether a lane can or cannot be used at a specific time.
Signal used at heavy traffic intersections that tells pedestrians whether they should walk or wait.
Lane on a busy street that helps drivers make safer mid-block left turns into business areas from a center lane.
Sections of rough pavement intended to alert drivers of approaching roadway construction, tollbooth plaza, or other traffic conditions.