U.S. Road Signs – Which Sign is it?

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Match Signs and Descriptions

Most difficult signs

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Match Signs and Descriptions

Most difficult signs

Common Warning Signs

#1. Which sign can you typically see before entering a roundabout?

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#2. Which sign tells you that the road you are on ends ahead?

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#3. Which sign tells you that the usual route is closed and you must take a different one?

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#4. Which sign tells you that pedestrians are not allowed on the road?

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#5. Which sign indicates you must go straight through the intersection?

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#6. Which of these signs mean there is a traffic signal ahead?

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#7. Which sign is used where the danger of vehicles skidding is greater than normal?

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#8. Which sign tells you that parking is not allowed?

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#9. Which sign tells you that you will be on an undivided roadway with two-way traffic ahead?

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#10. Which sign tells you must pass to the left of an obstruction?

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This Road Sign Quiz

Questions
10
Level
Easy

Pick the Correct Sign

In this quiz, you are asked to pick the sign that matches the description or the question. To pass a DMV or permit test you should get most of them right.

Most states have a passing score of 80%, but in some states, you must pass a separate road sign test and get all of them right.

The quiz has 10 different questions about common road signs.

Remember, the DMV test differ between states. Your state’s driver’s manual may focus on different signs – and not all the signs in this test may show up on a real test. But you are still responsible for knowing all road signs and how to act when you see one.

This format is also not very common, but it is used in a few states, like Pennsylvania.

Knowing Basic Shapes and Colors will Help

If you are struggling with understanding road signs in United States, you should know that some knowledge about basic shapes and colors will help.

When asked about something you must do or obey, you should look for a rectangular or square sign, usually with a white background. These signs are known as regulatory signs.

If the purpose of the sign is to warn you about possible hazards or roadway conditions, the sign is shaped like a diamond. The warning signs can be yellow, orange (in work zones), or pink (incidents).

Unlike many other countries, United States don’t use triangles for warning signs. The only triangular shaped sign in United States is the Yield sign. It’s an upside-down triangle, similar to the yield sign in other countries.

Read more about the shapes and colors here .

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