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Red/white signs

Regulatory signs

Green signs


Brown signs


Drivers turning left at a green light do not have right-of-way. They must yield and proceed with caution.

Divided highway. Stay to the side indicated by arrow.

Must turn in direction specified by arrow. Are located at special turning movements.

Indicate that lanes are reserved for buses and vehicles with a driver and 1+ passengers.

Parkings spaces are reserved for people with disabled parking permits.

The maximum or advisory safe speed for a highway exit.

Prepare to reduce your speed; the speed limit is changing ahead.

Traffic signal coming up. Slow down and be ready to stop.

No passing zone- You may not pass cars ahead of you if you are in this lane.

Merging- two lanes of traffic moving in the same direction are about to become one.

The right lane ends soon. Drivers in the right lane must merge left when the space opens up. Allow those around you to merge smoothly.

A divided highway is ahead. The highway will split into two separate roadways by a divider. Keep right.

The divided highway is ending. There will no longer by a divider or barrier. Keep right.

Circular intersection with and island in the center is ahead. May have one or more lanes. Entering traffic must yield right-of-way to traffic already in circle.

When pavement is wet, reduce your speed. Do not brake hard or change direction suddenly. Increase distance between you and car ahead of you.

The overpass ahead has a low clearance. Do not proceed if your vehicle is taller than the height shown on the sign.

A steep grade is ahead. Check your brakes.

Deer cross the roadway in this area. Slow down, be alert and be ready to stop.

Watch for people entering a crosswalk or crossing your path. Slow down and be prepare to stop. A second sign with an arrow may show the actual location of the crosswalk.

Bicycle regularly corss or beside traffic in this area. Drive with caution. A second sign with arrow will show the actual location of the bike crossing.

Slow down. Open joints on bridges or rants could cause a motorcyclist to lose control of the motorcycle.

This sign in used when a joint across lanes creats a bump or is wide enough to cause oss of traction in we weather.

Four way intersection is ahead. Be ready to yield the right-of-way.

A road joins from the right. Be alert for vehicles entering the roadway you are traveling on.

You must bear either right or left ahead.

The roadway you are traveling on ends ahead. Signal before turning left or right.

The road ahead curves right and a side road joins from the left within the curve. Be alert for vehicles entering the roadway you are traveling on.

Slow down and be prepared for the road ahead to turn sharply right, then left.

Slow down and be prepared for the road ahead to turn sharply right, then left.

The road ahead curves right, then left. Slow down.

The road ahead curves right. Slow down to the safe speed limit indicated.

The road ahead winds with a series of turns or curves. On all curves, slow down for better control.

A steep slope where the railroad tracks cross the road may cause the bottom of low vehicles to get caught or drag on the tracks.

An advanced warning of an upcoming railroad crossing. Slow down and be prepare to stop.

A warning sign of a railroad crossing. Slow down and be prepared to stop.

Warning sign before a railroad crossing. If the lights are flashing to no proceed.

The signs are used when certain road conditions, such as loose gravel or road construction, affect he roadway surface and create potentially difficult conditions.

This indicates that there is a change in traffic pattern. Slow down. Unusual or potentially dangerous conditions are ahead.

Change in traffic or route. Slow down. Unusual or potentially dangerous conditions are ahead.

Large flasing arrow panels or flashing message sings in work zones direct drivers to proceed into different traffic lanes and inform them that part of the road ahead is closed.

In or around construction workers who normally wear orange or yellow vests. The use STOP/SLOW paddles and red flags to direct traffic through the work zone and to let other workers or construction vehicles cross the road.

Traveling at 25 MPH or less, such as farm equiptment and horse-drawn vehicles, must display these signs when using a public highway. Be prepared to adjust your speed or position when you see a vehicle with one of these signs.

Passing on the left is alowed in either direction when the way ahead is clear. Traffic flowing in BOTH directions.

Traffic flows in both ways. You may pass on the side with the dotted lines.

White lines= traffic flow is in one direction. Passing is permitted on the side of dotted white lines.

Yellow signs

general warning or information

Blue signs

motorist service

Orange signs

construction or maintence warnings.

Octagon shape


Triange shape



Regulatory or Guide



Interstate highway route marker







Access for those with disability

Picnic area

Rest area