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With more than 500 federally approved signs in use today, they’re not as easy to navigate as you may think. See if you can identify these sometimes confusing visual road cues.

  • 1.

    (A)Follow the car ahead

    (B)Roundabout/traffic circle ahead

    (C)U-turn ahead

    (D)Yield to cars making turns

  • 2.

    (A)Indicates a “tow-away zone”

    (B)Truck route only

    (C)Road ends

    (D)Taxi stand only

  • 3.

    (A)All lanes must turn

    (B)Turns prohibited middle lane

    (C)Left lane must turn left, right lane must turn right, middle lane turn left or go straight

    (D)Left lane must turn left, right lane must turn right, middle lane must go straight and then turn left

  • 4.

    (A)No vehicles with trailers

    (B)High voltage area

    (C)Train derailment

    (D)Low ground clearance

  • 5.

    (A)Truck loading ahead

    (B)Truck route

    (C)Hill ahead

    (D)Trucks must take downhill route

  • 6.

    (A)No littering

    (B)Hitchhikers ahead

    (C)Pedestrian area

    (D)Flagger ahead

  • 7.

    (A)Curvy roads ahead

    (B)Double reverse curve

    (C)Road becomes three lanes

    (D)Three lanes merge into one

 

 

 

 

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