Guide, directional information.
Stop, do not enter or wrong way.
Motorist services guidance. It is also used to identify parking spaces for disabled drivers.
Construction and maintenance warning.
Public recreation areas and guidance to areas of cultural and historical significance.
General warning and advisory of unexpected roadway conditions.
Fluorescent Yellow Green Sign
High emphasis warning of school, pedestrian, and bicycling activity.
Fluorescent Pink Sign
Warning of management activity.
Exclusively for stop signs.
Horizontal Rectangle Sign
Generally for guide signs.
Exclusively for yield signs.
Advance warning of no passing zones.
Exclusively to warn of existing or possible hazards on roadways or adjacent areas.
Vertical Rectangle Sign
Generally for regulatory signs.
School advance and school crossing signs.
Railroad advance warning signs.
Come to a complete stop at the marked stop line or before moving into the crosswalk or intersection. At most intersections, after stopping, you may turn right on red if the way is clear.
Stop if you can safely do so. The light will soon be red.
Go - but only if the intersection is clear. Yield to pedestrians and vehicles still in the intersection. If turning left, wait for a gap in oncoming traffic to complete the turn.
A flashing red light
Is the same thing as a stop sign.
A flashing yellow light
means you may move forward with caution.
What are the most commonly used devices to alert drivers of unusual or potentially dangerous conditions in highway and street work zones?
Barricades, vertical panels, drums and cones.
What color is the flashing light that advises you to slow down and look for drawbridge sign?
A flashing yellow light.
Is it against the law to drive under a drawbridge crossing gate, either down or being opened or closed?
If you reach a 4-Way Stop Sign first, are you allowed to go first?