Georgia Road Signs Quiz – The Road Signs You Must Know

Georgia road sign quiz



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#1. This sign means:

Left Turn Only. This sign tells you that you can only a make left turn from this lane.

Lane-Use Control signs are used where turning movements are required or where turning movements are permitted from lanes as shown.


#2. 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.


#3. 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.


#4. What does a sign with this shape mean?

Three-sided red yield signs mean you must slow down and be ready to stop, if necessary, to let any vehicle, bicyclist, or pedestrian pass before you proceed.

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.


#5. When you see this sign, what should you expect ahead?

There is a yield sign ahead. Slow down and prepare to stop if necessary.


#6. This sign means:

Reverse turn. This sign tells you there is a sharp turn to the right and then a sharp turn to the left. Slow down.


#7. This sign means:


The road you are traveling on ends ahead. Slow down and prepare to yield or stop before turning right or left.


#8. This sign tells you:

Reduction in Lanes or Lane Ends.

Number of lanes reduced ahead.


#9. What is the meaning of this sign?


Another road crosses the highway ahead.


#10. What does this sign mean?

Keep Left.

Traffic is required to keep to the left of medians or obstructions.


#11. This is an example of:

This is an example of a State Route sign.

The shape and color of route number signs indicate the type of roadway: interstate, U.S., state, city, or county road. When planning a trip, use a road map to determine your route. During the trip, follow the route signs to prevent you from getting lost.


#12. This lane control sign (a flashing yellow X) means:

Some roadways are designed to accommodate different traffic demands during the day through the use of a reversible lane system. Appropriate travel lanes on a roadway utilizing a reversible lane system are indicated as follows:

  • Steady Red X: No travel allowed in this lane in the direction you are going.
  • Steady Yellow X: Clear the lane.
  • Flashing Yellow X: Left turn permitted.
  • Steady Green X: Travel in lane.

#13. This sign means:

Merge. Traffic is merging from the side shown on the sign (left). Prepare to allow traffic to safely merge.


#14. You approach this sign. What should you do?

You are approaching an area where a reduced speed limit has been established. Be prepared to comply with the posted speed limit ahead.

You may also see a yellow warning sign instead of this black and white sign.


#15. This sign means:

Do not enter.

The sign marks a one-way roadway with traffic coming against you. You must not enter the one-way at this point.

Remember, this is a square sign with a white horizontal line inside a red ball. The sign is not circular.


#16. A sign with this shape means:

Diamond shaped signs warn of existing or possible hazards on roadways or adjacent areas. General warning signs are yellow with black words indicating the potential hazard, or black symbols visually describing the potential hazard.


#17. Road signs with a red background indicate:

All red signs are regulatory signs and must be obeyed. They indicate stop or prohibition and include signs like stop, yield, do not enter and wrong way.


#18. This road sign means:

Winding road ahead.

The road ahead winds back and forth. Slow to a safe or indicated speed.


#19. What does this sign mean?

Pedestrian crossing.

Just ahead is a location where people on foot often cross. Use caution as you approach and drive more slowly and carefully, watching both sides of the street for pedestrians.

When pedestrians are in the crosswalks, they must be given the right-of-way.


#20. 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.


This Road Signs Quiz for the State of Georgia


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. is not affiliated with any State or Government Entity.

You can find more permit practice tests for state of Georgia at

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