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Rivera - Drivers Ed

BTHS - Drivers Ed- Traffic Signs, Signals, and Road Markings

QuestionAnswer
Where is the red light located? top middle bottom top of the light
What is the purpose of a red light? stop
Where is the amber (yellow) light located? middle of the light
What is the purpose of an amber (yellow) light? slow down
Where is the green light located? bottom of the light
What is the purpose of a green light? go
green arrow with red light only the turning cars can proceed with caution
red octagon (8 sides) stop signs
red triangle (3 sides) yield signs
black and yellow round railroad warning signs
yellow diamond warning signs
white dashed lines between lanes separate traffic lanes on multi-lane highways and they can pass
yellow solid lines between lanes separates traffic in opposite direction and you cannot pass
solid white line on the right side of the vehicle separate highway from shoulder
yellow dashed between lanes separates traffic in opposite direction and you can pass
white solid lines between lanes separate traffic lanes on multi-lane highways and they cannot pass
solid single white line across road at intersection where to stop at stop sign or traffic signal
flashing amber slow down and proceed with care
flashing red stop and yield
solid amber or yellow stop and go when safe to do so
What do pavement arrows indicate? show correct direction of lane
Created by: Ms Riv
 

 



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