Traffic Signs Test #2 – Online Learning

Online Learning - U.K. Traffic Signs Test #2

#1: During the hours of operation, what vehicles are permitted to use the marked lane ahead?

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Lanes may be restricted for use by particular types of vehicle. These restrictions may apply some or all of the time.

The operating times and vehicle types will be indicated on the accompanying traffic signs. You must not drive in such lanes during their times of operation unless signs indicate that your vehicle is permitted.

#2: What does this sign indicate?

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The national speed limit for the type of road and class of traffic applies.

#3: What does this sign mean?

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Hump bridges are mainly found on rural roads where the road goes over a stream.

A high hump can hide oncoming vehicles from view.

#4: To avoid a low bridge or overpass ahead, you must:

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The sign indicates an alternative route (straight) to take to avoid a low bridge.

Route numbers in brackets are roads that will be reached by following the route indicated.

#5: What does this warning sign mean?

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Electrified overhead cable and the safe height beneath it.

This sign is usually associated with an overhead electrified railway or tramway.

#6: A temporary lane closure sign like this may be placed ahead of what?

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This type of sign is used at road works and other temporary situations. A red bar indicates a lane that is closed ahead.

#7: The background colour on a plate like this, used with warning signs, is:

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This red plate is used with warning signs where a reduction in speed is necessary.

#8: What does this sign mean?

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The ice sign are intended for use as temporary signs when a route is unusually dangerous as a result of extensive icing or heavy snowfalls.

#9: What does this sign mean?

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Shared route for pedal cycles and pedestrians.

#10: What is the background colour on countdown markers on a primary route?

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Roads other than motorways are referred to as all-purpose roads. Those of national and regional importance are called primary routes. Direction signs and countdown markers on these roads have green backgrounds.



Online Learning for the DVSA Car Test

Another online learning quiz with traffic signs questions unique to this website. Questions are drawn from a larger bank of test questions, so each time you’ll see slightly different questions.

You’ll get 10 questions about common U.K. traffic signs. Learn what they mean and what to do when you see them.

On this online learning quiz, you should answer at least 9 of the 10 questions correctly. Take as many times as you need and as often as you like.

If you make too many mistakes on this test, study Know Your Traffic Signs which has all highway code signs you need to learn.

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