Free Idaho Road Signs Practice Quiz

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SCHOOL CROSSING. Slow down; you are near a marked crossing. Watch for children crossing the road. Stop if necessary. Obey signals from any crossing guards. The crosswalk may be marked with yellow crosswalk lines painted on the pavement.

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YIELD signs are triangular (3-sided) in shape. When you see this sign, you must slow down and check for traffic and give the right-of-way to pedestrians and approaching cross traffic. You stop only when it is necessary. Proceed when you can do so safely without interfering with normal traffic flow. Remember, you must have a sufficient gap in traffic before you can continue on at either STOP or YIELD sign locations.

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The STOP sign is the only octagon-shaped (8-sided) sign you see on the highway. At an intersection with a STOP sign, you must stop completely, check for pedestrians and cross traffic to clear the intersection before you go again. Slowing down without coming to a full stop is illegal.

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DO NOT ENTER. The sign is usually installed at the beginning of one-way streets and ramps and it prohibits drivers from entering a one-way roadway where traffic is moving in the opposite direction. A "DO NOT ENTER" traffic sign is usually installed together with the "WRONG WAY" sign.

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TWO-WAY TRAFFIC AHEAD. The one-way street or roadway ahead ends.You will then be facing oncoming traffic.

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HILL/DOWNGRADE. This traffic sign warns you about a hill or a downgrade up ahead on the road. Slow down and be ready to shift to lower gear to control speed and save brakes.

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NO LEFT TURNS. This sign indicates that left turns are prohibited. Do not make a left turn at this intersection.

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WORKERS AHEAD. Workers may on or are very close to the roadway, so take special care when traveling through the area. Be prepared to reduce your speed and use caution when directed to do so by a sign, flagger and/or police officer.

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YIELD. Slow down and give vehicles crossing your path the right-of-way. If the way is clear, you may move forward slowly without stopping. Yield signs are usually placed where auxiliary roads lead into major roads.

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SLIPPERY WHEN WET. In wet weather, reduce your speed. Do not speed up or brake quickly. Make turns at a very slow speed.

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DIVIDED HIGHWAY ENDS. The divided highway on which you are traveling ends ahead. You will then be on a roadway with two-way traffic. Keep to the right.

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A vertical rectangle is usually a regulatory sign. Out of the choices provided, the speed limit sign is the only regulatory traffic sign.

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LANE ENDS AHEAD. This sign is used on multi-lane highways to warn you of a reduction in the number of traffic lanes in the direction you are traveling. Be prepared to change lanes or to allow other vehicles to merge into your lane.

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HOSPITAL. An example of a service sign. These signs are square or rectangular and are blue with white letters or symbols. They show the location of various services.

A YELLOW AND BLACK DIAMOND-SHAPED SIGN:

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The shape of a diamond is reserved for warning and construction zone signs. However, road construction signs use orange and black colors, while warning signs are yellow (sometimes fluorescent green) and black.

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TRAFFIC SIGNAL AHEAD. Traffic signals are present at intersection ahead. Slow down; the signal may not be immediately visible.

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KEEP RIGHT. The sign marks a traffic island or a highway divider and it warns you to stay to the right of the obstacle. When this sign is installed at a highway, it may also be accompanied by the "DIVIDED HIGHWAY BEGINS" yellow warning sign.

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NO U-TURN. This sign prohibits U-turns. Do not make a complete turn to go in the opposite direction.

AN INTERSECTION HAS A STOP SIGN, CROSSWALK, BUT NO STOP LINE. YOU MUST STOP

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At an intersection controlled by a STOP sign, YIELD sign or traffic light, there can be a white stop line painted across the lane, and/or two parallel lines painted across the road. This is a crosswalk. When required to stop because of a sign or light, you must stop before you reach the stop line, if there is one, or the crosswalk. You need only stop at a stop line or crosswalk if required to by a light, sign or traffic officer, or to yield to a pedestrian, in-line skater or scooter at a marked or unmarked crosswalk.

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LANE ENDS AHEAD. This sign is used on multi-lane highways to warn you of a reduction in the number of traffic lanes in the direction you are traveling. Be prepared to change lanes or to allow other vehicles to merge into your lane.

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