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Traffic signs

The traffic signs are located on the side or top of the road. They give directions on how we should behave on the road, so that the traffic can proceed safely and smoothly. Everyone must know the traffic signs!


Information signs

The information signs give you more information about the start (and end) of a kind of traffic situation.


Traffic sign of United States: Information about the next exitTraffic sign of United States: Lane for busesTraffic sign of United States: Lane for cyclistsTraffic sign of United States: Road with one-way trafficTraffic sign of United States: Parking is allowedTraffic sign of United States: The road is closedTraffic sign of United States: Recommended speed

Information signs

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Traffic sign of United States: Information about the next exit

Information about the next exit


Traffic sign of United States: Lane for buses

Lane for buses


Traffic sign of United States: Lane for cyclists

Lane for cyclists


Traffic sign of United States: Road with one-way traffic

Road with one-way traffic


Traffic sign of United States: Parking is allowed

Parking is allowed


Traffic sign of United States: The road is closed

The road is closed


Traffic sign of United States: Recommended speed

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Comments 291


Jun 02, 2020


The maximum diameter permissible for a Prohibitory sign is ?

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Jun 03, 2020


Very helpful! But the questions are repeatedly it’s a lot that i saw in the book.

Jun 04, 2020


Hi can someone explain to me. What is the maximal speed that can lead you to pulling your license and you may cant drive til 5years in built up area and outside of builtup area?

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Jun 04, 2020


good

Jun 05, 2020


The "When do you use the most/least fuel" is a terrible question. The answers to those kinds of questions should depend on how fast you're going. If you're driving at 10 km/h in 2nd gear, you'll be using up less fuel than if you were travelling at 100km/h in 4th.