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#1. This sign means:
No Turn on Red.
You may not turn right or left during the red light. You must wait for the signal to turn green.
#2. This is an example of:
This is an example of a U.S. route sign.
U.S. Route signs consists of black numerals on a white shield surrounded by a black background without a border.
#3. A road sign that is vertical rectangular usually indicates:
Vertical Rectangle signs are generally used for regulatory signs, which tell you what you must do. You must obey them in the same manner as traffic laws.
#4. What does this sign mean?
Merging Traffic sign. Traffic merging from the right. Prepare to allow traffic to safely merge.
#5. This sign tells you:
Reduction in Lanes or Lane Ends.
Number of lanes reduced ahead.
#6. This sign (red X) over a lane means:
Lane-use control signals are special signals posted by the side of the road or overhead. They indicate whether you should or should not drive in a specific lane. A green arrow means you can use the lane. A red X means you cannot.
A flashing yellow X means the lane is only for turning. A steady yellow X means that the use of the lane is changing, and you should move out of it when it is safe to do so.
#7. This traffic sign means:
No Left Turn.
You cannot make a left turn at this intersection.
#8. This sign tells you:
Advisory speed signs or plaques indicate the safe speed with which you should proceed.
#9. This sign means:
Roadway slippery when wet. Remember, the first half-hour of rain is most hazardous. Slick surfaces can exaggerate normal movements. If brakes are applied too hard, or the wheel is turned too sharp, a skid can occur. When pavement is wet, reduce your speed.
#10. This sign means:
The road you are traveling on ends ahead. Slow down and prepare to yield or stop before turning right or left.
#11. If you drive past this sign:
You are approaching a one-way highway or ramp. Driving on the highway or ramp in the direction you are traveling is not allowed.
The wrong way sign is a supplement to the do not enter sign. It is placed along the exit ramp or the one-way roadway farther from the crossroad. It tells you that you have already entered a one-way road and are driving in the wrong direction.
#12. What does this sign mean?
Pentagon shaped signs mean you are approaching a school zone and/or school crossing. When used, they will be erected not less than 150 feet nor more than 700 feet in advance of the school grounds or school crossing.
#13. What does this warning sign mean?
Divided highway ends.
The divided road ends ahead. Two-way traffic will no longer be divided by a center island. You will be on an undivided roadway with two-way traffic. Keep to the right.
#14. What does this sign mean?
This sign warns that there is a flag man ahead.
Flaggers are used to direct traffic through and around work zones. In a work zone, a flagger has the same authority as a regulatory sign. Do not disobey a flagger’s traffic control directions.
#15. A sign with this shape means:
Pentagon shaped signs mean you are approaching a school zone and/or school crossing. When used, they will be erected not less than 150 feet nor more than 700 feet in advance of the school grounds or school crossing. (These signs can sometimes be fluorescent green in color.)
The State of Georgia uses seven basic shapes of signs to convey traffic control instructions. Drivers should know signs by their shapes and colors so that they may recognize them from a distance and begin reacting.
#16. When you see this sign, what should you expect ahead?
There is a yield sign ahead. Slow down and prepare to stop if necessary.
#17. What does this sign mean?
These signs alert drivers in advance of areas where animals may be crossing.
#18. This road sign means:
Winding road ahead.
The road ahead winds back and forth. Slow to a safe or indicated speed.
#19. This sign means:
An octagon (eight-sided shape) always means stop.
When you come to it, you must make a complete stop at a marked stop line. If there is no stop line, stop before the crosswalk on your side of the intersection. If there is no crosswalk, stop at a point from which you can best see oncoming traffic.
#20. At this intersection, cars in the left lane must:
Cars in left lane may turn left or go straight. Cars in center lane must go straight. Cars in right lane must turn right.
Lane use control signs are rectangular, black and white signs. These signs are used where turns are required or permitted from lanes as shown.
You must move your vehicle only in the direction indicated for your traffic lane.
This Road Signs Quiz for the State of Georgia
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Georgia Road Sign Test
The Georgia DDS Permit test has 40 questions. 20 questions deal with common road rules, safe driving practices, and state laws. The other 20 questions focus on Georgia highway signs, traffic signals, and highway markers.
To pass your learner’s permit exam, you must answer 15 of these 20 questions correctly.
You can find all road signs, signals, and markers you need to learn in the Georgia Driver’s Manual.
This Georgia Road Sign Quiz is specifically designed to help you learn the road signs from the Georgia Driver’s Manual. The quiz pulls 20 random Georgia road sign questions from a larger pool, but only signs (or shapes and colors) that are needed for your Georgia DDS test appear on the quiz.
Please note: even if questions on this Georgia road sign quiz are likely to show on your real test from Georgia Department of Driver Services, it is not the real test.
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You can find more permit practice tests for state of Georgia at driversprep.com.
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