Road Signs - Permit Practice Test - Florida

Road Signs - Practice Test

DMV Practice test on Florida regulatory Road Signs such as stop, yield, 4 way stop.

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This Florida Permit Practice test addresses Road Signs. To prepare for this test you should review the Road Signs Tutorial.

Below are questions about Regulatory Road Signs in the form of multiple choice just like on the Florida Permit Test. As you answer each question you will learn the correct answer so you can learn by taking the test.

1. What does this sign mean?

stop sign

Incorrect: Please try again.

Correct: You must bring your vehicle to a complete stop at the stop line. If there is no stop line, stop before entering the crosswalk. If there is no marked crosswalk, stop before entering the intersection at a point near the intersecting roadway where you have a clear view of approaching traffic.


2. What does this sign mean?

4-Way Stop

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Correct: Traffic from all four directions must stop. The first vehicle to reach the intersection should move forward first. If two vehicles reach the intersection at the same time, the driver on the left yields to the driver on the right.


3. What does this sign mean?

Yield

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Correct: You must slow down and give vehicles crossing your path the right-of-way. If the way is clear, you may move forward slowly without stopping


4. What does this sign mean?

Do Not Enter

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Correct: On one-way streets and roadways that you are not allowed to enter you will see the Do Not Enter sign. You may see this sign if you enter an expressway ramp in the wrong direction. Turn around!


5. What does this sign mean?

Wrong Way

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Correct: You are going the wrong way on an expressway exit ramp. Do not drive past this sign! Turn around immediately.

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6. What does this sign mean?

No Passing

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Correct: The regulatory sign No Passing indicates you are entering a no passing zone and cannot pass whatsoever.

7. What does this sign mean?

NO symbol

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Correct: This Regulatory sign with the NO symbol is a red circle with red slash. The sign shows what you are not allowed to do.


8. What does this sign mean?

No U-Turn

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Correct: The No U-Turn sign indicates you cannot make a complete turn to go in the opposite direction where this sign is displayed.


9. What does this sign mean?

No Right Turn

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Correct: The “No Right Turn” sign informs that you cannot make a right turn at this intersection.

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10. What does this sign mean?

Speed Limit

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Correct: Your speed must not exceed the posted speed in this area. Always look for Speed Limit signs to make sure you’re driving at a safe speed and do not get a ticket.


11. What does this sign mean?

Speeding Fines Doubled

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Correct: The Speeding Fines Doubled sign is posted in active school and work zones. Your fines will be doubled if you are cited for speeding in this area.


12. What does this sign mean?

Must Turn

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Correct: The Must Turn sign warns you not to go straight ahead. You must turn either to the right or left.


13. What does this sign mean?

One Way

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Correct: The One-Way sign informs you to travel only in the direction of the arrow.

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14. What does this sign mean?

Divided Highway Ahead

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Correct: The Divided Highway Ahead sign warns you to stay to the right of the divider.


15. What does this sign mean?

No Turn on Red

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Correct: The No Turn On Red sign informs you to not turn right or left during the red light. You must wait for the green signal.


16. What does this sign mean?

Left Lane Must Turn

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Correct: The Left Lane Must Turn Left tells the traffic in left lane they must turn left at the intersection ahead (also Right Lane Must Turn).


17. What does this sign mean?

Turn Lanes

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Correct: The Turn Lanes sign tells you at the intersection ahead, traffic in left lane must turn left and traffic in adjoining lane may turn left or continue straight ahead.

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18. What does this sign mean?

No Turns

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Correct: The No Turns sign informs that you must not turn either to the right or to the left at this intersection.


19. What does this sign mean?

Center Turn Lane

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Correct:The Center Turn Lane sign indicates the center lane is shared for left turns in both directions of travel.


20. What does this sign mean?

Begin Right Turn

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Correct: The Begin Right Turn sign informs you when entering a right turn lane you may encounter bicyclists traveling straight; you must yield to the bicyclists.


21. What does this sign mean?

Exit Speed

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Correct: The Exit Speed sign lists the maximum recommended safe speed for an exit ramp on an expressway. Slow down to the posted speed.

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22. What does this sign mean?

Slower Traffic Keep Right

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Correct: The Slower Traffic Keep Right sign tells slower driving traffic they must stay in right hand lane unless passing. Slower traffic must move out of left hand lane when a faster car is passing them.


23. What does this sign mean?

Restricted Lane Ahead

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Correct: The Restricted Lane Ahead diamond-shaped marking shows that a lane is reserved for certain purposes or certain vehicles, such as buses or car-pool vehicles during rush hour traffic. Also used in bike lanes.


24. What does this sign mean?

Emergency Stopping Only

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Correct: The Emergency Stopping Only sign informs that you must only stop for emergencies.


25. What does this sign mean?

No Parking on Pavement

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Correct: The No Parking on Pavement sign informs you if you stop, you must always park off the pavement of the highway.

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26. What does this sign mean?

Parking by Disabled Permit Only

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Correct: Parking in this space is only for vehicles displaying an official disabled parking permit and transporting a person with a disability.


27. What does this sign mean?

Move Over

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Correct: The Move Over sign refers to the Florida Move Over Law. It informs you when approaching stopped emergency or service vehicles with flashing lights, you must move over out of the lane closest to the emergency vehicle or or utility vehicle. If you can't move over then reduce your speed to 20 mph below posted limit.

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