Traffics Signs Test #4 – DVSA Exam Help

Signs Test #4 - DVSA Exam Help

#1: Which of the following may apply when dealing with this hazard?

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In winter, streams are likely to flood. In extremely cold weather, they could ice over. Assess the situation carefully before you drive through. Be aware that water may hide a depth gauge.

After this hazard, test your brakes at the first safe opportunity by pushing gently on the brake pedal to make sure that they work. If they are not fully effective, gently apply light pressure while driving slowly. This will help to dry them out.

Highway code rule: 121.

#2: Signs have different colours and shapes for easy identification. What is the standard colour on a sign indicating shared route for pedal cycles and pedestrians only?

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Blue circles are generally used for positive (mandatory) instructions.

They may also indicates a route for use only by particular classes of vehicle.

#3: What does this sign mean?

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Soft verges.

#4: Which sign tells you that waiting restrictions apply?

Waiting restrictions are indicated by both signs and road markings. The restrictions usually apply to the whole of the highway, including verges and footways. Drivers may stop to pick up or set down passengers and, where not prohibited, to load and unload.

#5: What does this sign tell you?

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Proceed in the direction of the arrow. The sign indicates the only route that may lawfully be taken through a junction.

A sign like this may point horizontally to the left or to the right, or vertically upwards.

#6: What does this sign mean?

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The Ford sign is used at all fords, even those which dry up in summer. It is placed at the entry to the road leading to the ford.

Where a road is subjected to frequent flooding, the sign may be used with the plate Road liable to flooding.

#7: This sign means:

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Horse-drawn vehicles likely to be in the road.

#8: Which traffic signs have this triangle shape?

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There are three basic types of traffic sign: regulatory signs that tell you what to do, warnings signs that warn, and information and direction signs. Each type has a different shape. Triangles are warning signs.

#9: What does this sign mean?

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The low-flying aircraft sign is used on roads skirting or in the vicinity of airfields where road users are likely to be startled by low-flying aircraft or by sudden noise from aircraft.

#10: What does this sign tell you?

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This is a regulatory No U-turn sign. It means that you are not allowed to make a U-turn.



Prepare for Your DVSA Exam

There are many traffic signs you must learn for your DVSA exam. This test has 10 questions about traffic signs you should know.

Each time, questions are drawn from a larger bank of questions and answers. It means that each test will look slightly different. The other practice tests at Driver’s Mock Test work the same way.

Once you feel comfortable with your result on one test, move on to the next mock test.

If you haven’t done so already, you should also study Know Your Traffic Signs. The booklet shows all highway code signs you need to learn for your DVSA exam.

It’s recommended that you aim for a 100% score on all traffic sign tests. It will help you a lot on the final DVSA exam.

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