Traffics Signs Test #4 – DVSA Exam Help

Signs Test #4 - DVSA Exam Help

#1: What does this sign mean?

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

#2: What does this sign prohibit?

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No overtaking.

The sign is used where forward visibility makes overtaking hazardous and the prohibition is not dealt with by double white lines. No overtaking signs might also be used at road works.

#3: Signs have different colours and shapes for easy identification. Which colour is used for distance and direction guidance on primary roads?

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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.

#4: 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.

#5: This sign indicate the entrance to what kind of zone?

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The sign marks entrance to controlled parking zone.

#6: Which sign tells you that you are about to join a main carriageway and may have to give way?

 
 
 
 
Traffic merges ahead onto main carriageway. The sign is used is used to warn drivers that they are about to join a main carriageway and may have to concede priority.

#7: 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.

#8: Where would you typically see a temporary sign like this?

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Temporary hazard at road works.

#9: This warning sign means:

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This sign is used on the approach to a railway level crossing which is equipped with gates or barriers.

It is also used at a tramway crossing if barriers are provided.

#10: What does this sign mark?

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The St Andrew's cross is used at level crossings where there are no gates or barriers.

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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.