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there is another road ahead which crosses the road you are on.

signal ahead

intersection with traffic light ahead, be prepared

merging traffic

be prepared fro other cars & trucks blending into your lane

two-way traffic

keep right traffic is traveling in both directions, you will be meeting oncoming cars

divided highway begins

you are getting close to where 2-way traffic will be divided by a center stripe

divided highway ends

2-way traffic will no longer be divided by a center stripe

merge left

2 lanes of traffic will soon become 1 lane

farm machinery

be ready to slow down for farm

pedestrian crossing

watch out for people who might walk or run in front of you

deer crossing

deer in area, watch for them


hill ahead


road ends, must go left or right

horse-drawn vehickle

watch for slow moving horse-drawn vehicles

gradual right curve

road ahead curves gradually to the right

slippery when wet

road may be slippery when it has rained or snowed

chevron sign

used to mark a curve

ramp speed

recommended speed on an exit ramp

advance school crossing

a school crossing is coming

school crossing

watch for children

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