Traffic Signs Test #3 – More Traffic Signs

Traffic Signs Test #3 - More Traffic Signs

#1: Which sign tells you there is a steep hill downwards ahead?

Steep hill downwards.

#2: What does this sign mean?

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Where pedestrians frequently use a road without proper footways, this sign is used to warn drivers of the likely presence of pedestrians in the carriageway.

#3: Which sign tells you that pedestrians are prohibited from using the road?

Pedestrians prohibited. The signs is likely to be used in urban areas where roads do not have any frontage development or footways. The sign might also be appropriate where pedestrians are able to gain access to a tram-only route.

#4: What does this sign tell you?

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Traffic queues likely ahead.

#5: Where is this sign placed?

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The sign is used only at Zebra crossings.

#6: Signs have different colours and shapes for easy identification. What is green used for?

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Direction signs on primary routes have green backgrounds, yellow route numbers and white lettering.

Primary routes are roads of national and regional importance, other than motorways.

#7: What does this sign mean?

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Sharp deviation of route to the left. The chevron sign is often used on roundabouts to face traffic on each approach and elsewhere to denote sharp changes in the direction of a road.

#8: When you see this sign you should expect:

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Double bend first to the left. The sign is used where bends of similar severity follow in close proximity.

#9: What does this sign mean?

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End of 20 mph zone and start of 30 mph speed limit.

Highway code rule: 153.

#10: What does a sign or symbol like this mark?

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Where, in an emergency, it is necessary to close a section of motorway or other main road to traffic, a temporary sign may advise drivers to follow a diversion route. To help drivers navigate the route, black symbols on yellow patches may be permanently displayed on existing direction signs, including motorway signs. On all-purpose roads, the symbols may be used on separate signs with yellow backgrounds.



More Traffic Signs Questions

This is a simple and excellent practise for the DVSA examination and for self-evaluation. 10 questions about common signs. Answers are shown at the end of the test.

Each traffic signs test helps you determine if you have covered all necessary traffic signs and if you are ready for the final exam or not.

The traffic signs tests are good for anyone who wants to brush up their knowledge about U.K. driving rules.

If you are uncertain of some of the signs, get a copy of Know Your Traffic Signs. It contains all highway code signs you need to know.

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