#1. This sign means:
Pavement changes to dirt or low-grade surface. Slow down.
#2. If you turn right at the intersection ahead, you should expect:
This sign is used on roads that run parallel to railroad tracks to warn road users making a turn that they will encounter a highway-rail grade crossing soon after making the turn.
#3. When you see this sign, what should you expect ahead?
Reverse turn. This sign tells you there is a sharp turn to left, and then right. Reduce speed and look well ahead. This sign is used in advance of two curves that have advisory speeds of 30 mph or less.
#4. What does this sign mean?
Shoulder drop off. There is a sharp drop from the pavement edge to the shoulder. If you must leave the pavement, slow down and steer firmly.
#5. What is the meaning of this sign?
Winding road ahead. The road ahead is winding, with a series of turns or curves. Slow down and drive carefully.
#6. What does this sign mean?
Sharp Turn. Road ahead makes a sharp turn in the direction of the arrow (left). Slow down, keep right, and do not pass.
#7. What does this sign mean?
Pedestrian crossing. Watch for people crossing your path. Be prepared to slow down and stop. Signs may display horizontal lines indicating the point where a crosswalk exists. Signs may have a separate downward-pointing arrow plaque, which indicates the actual location of the crosswalk.
#8. What does this sign mean?
Divided highway ahead. The highway ahead is divided into two one-way roadways.
#9. This sign means:
This sign alerts you to an area where wild animals often cross the roadway.
#10. This sign means:
This sign indicates that you are approaching a roundabout intersection. When an advisory speed panel is posted below the sign, slow down to the recommended speed.
#11. What does this road sign mean?
Hill sign. Steep hill ahead. Slow down and be ready to shift to lower gear to control speed and protect brakes from damage.
#12. What does this sign mean?
Cross road ahead. Slow down and watch for cross traffic ahead. Look carefully in all directions for traffic. This sign is used to indicate the presence of an intersection ahead and the possibility of turning or entering traffic.
#13. This sign means:
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.
#14. What does this sign mean?
Lanes shifting. Slow down and stay in your lane.
#15. Where will you typically see a sign like this?
Two-direction Arrow. You are approaching a T-intersection and must turn left or right. Be prepared to yield the right-of-way at the intersection if necessary.
This Road Sign Quiz about Common Warning Signs
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This quiz has 20 questions about different warning signs in United States. You can use this quiz to prepare for your driver’s license or permit test, or just recap how well you know U.S. warning signs.
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