#1. Lane ends
The lane ends sign means that the roadway narrows, and you must be prepared to merge.
#2. Added lane
The Added Lane sign means that two roadway comes together, and a new lane begins. You are not required to merge at this point.
#3. Low clearance
Bridge or overpass with limited clearance. Do proceed if your vehicle is taller than the height listed on the sign
#4. No U-turns
This sign indicates U-turns are prohibited. Do not turn around to go in the opposite direction at this intersection.
#5. No left turns
This sign indicates left turns are prohibited. Do not make a left turn at this intersection.
#6. Drive to the right
The Keep Right sign means you must drive to the right of a divider or other obstacle.
#7. Truck crossing
Watch for trucks entering or crossing the highway.
#8. Side road
Another road enters the highway from the direction shown. Watch for traffic from that direction.
#9. Do not turn on red
You must not turn right or left during the red light. You must wait for the green signal.
#10. Slippery when wet
The slippery when wet sign warns of slippery road conditions.
#11. Winding road
This sign alerts you to a winding road. Be prepared for several turns and/or curves.
#12. Merging traffic
Two roadways come together, and you must prepare to merge.
#13. Traffic signal ahead
This sign warns of a traffic signal ahead. Slow down and be prepared to obey signals.
#14. Divided highway ahead
Divided Highway Ahead. The highway ahead is divided into two one-way roadways. Opposing flows of traffic are separated by a median or other physical barrier.
#15. Narrow bridge
The bridge has two lanes of traffic, but with little clearance.
#16. Divided highway ends
Divided Highway Ends. The divided highway on which you are traveling ends ahead. You will then be on an undivided roadway with two-way traffic. Keep to the right.
There is a roundabout or traffic circle ahead, prepare to yield or stop, if necessary.
#18. Center turn lane
A center turn lane is shared for left turns in both directions of travel.
#19. No passing zone
Do Not Pass. This sign marks the beginning of a no passing zone. The sign is often accompanied by the yellow pennant-shaped sign that says No Passing Zone.
#20. Two-way traffic
Two-way Traffic. The sign warns that the road changes from a multi-lane roadway to a two-lane, two-way section. It is also used along such a road.
This U.S. Road Sign Quiz
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Simple Traffic Signs Quiz
This is a simple quiz with 20 questions about American highway signs. Your task is to match a description or name with the correct sign.
Highway signs in this quiz are some of the most common signs on US roadways and the most common on a state DMV test. While this quiz format is less common on a driver license or permit test in United States, it is a simple and fun way of learning road signs for teenagers and even younger kids.
Recognizing Highway Signs
Understanding the meaning of road signs is not only important for drivers of motor vehicles. As soon as kids start biking on public roads, they should have some understanding of basic traffic signs and signals.
Obviously, the stop sign and the yield sign are important for all road users, regardless of age. On the next level, they should know some common warning signs, like the crossroad sign, roundabout sign, pedestrian crosswalks, turn signs, and lane control signs.
Average score on this quiz is 17 correct answers. You can do better than that, can’t you?