Traffic Signs Test #5 – Easy Learning

Signs Test #5 - Easy Learning of U.K. Traffic Signs

#1: What does this warning sign mean?

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This sign, indicating road works or an obstruction in the carriageway ahead, may be used for any type of works, ranging from large construction schemes to minor maintenance.

#2: This sign usually marks:

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No entry for vehicular traffic, including pedal cycles (usually indicates the end of a one-way road where all traffic is travelling in the other direction)

#3: Which sign indicates that the road ahead narrows ahead?

Road narrows on both sides. Road narrows signs give warning that the existing carriageway width becomes restricted. Signs may supplemented by a single traffic fileplate.

#4: Signs have different colours and shapes for easy identification. What is the standard colour on signs for motorway service areas?

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Blue is used for information signs and for direction signs on motorways.

#5: What does this sign mean?

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

#6: Which sign marks a place where slow-moving pedestrians are likely to cross the road?

The sign is used at sites where many slow-moving pedestrians are likely to cross a road other than at a Zebra or signalled crossing.

#7: What does this sign mean?

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The red cross means no stopping, not even to pick up or set down passengers.

The sign is used to indicate a 24-hour clearway (usually on a rural road) or may be incorporated into other signs with the words No stopping.

#8: Which sign gives you advance warning of a double bend ahead?

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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The side winds sign is used where vehicles are suddenly exposed to risk from strong winds. Such locations may include exposed bridges or places where vehicles emerge from cuttings in areas which are particularly prone to high winds.

#10: Which sign prohibits pedal cycles on the road?

Riding of pedal cycles prohibited.



Easy Learning of All Traffic Signs

This is a free and easy learning resource to help you pass the DVSA examination. The quiz has 10 questions about traffic signs that you can see on the roads in United Kingdom. You will your result at the end of the quiz.

There is a wide range of traffic signs and signals that you need to learn before you can pass the DVSA examination. Each of these easy learning tests can help you determine if you are ready for the final DVSA exam or not.

The traffic signs tests can also be used by anyone who wants to brush up their knowledge about U.K. signs and signals.

Remember, each test picks random questions from a larger pool of questions.

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