We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
supports HTML5 video
Published byAntoine Lockhart
Modified over 9 years ago
Do you know your signs?
Sign Shapes 8 different shapes of signs Means StopStop line (White Line) Before Crosswalk (Marked or Unmarked) At the sign before entering the intersection
Yield right of way to pedestrians and approaching traffic If 4-way stop, wait your turn If person holding sign, flow their direction Police officer School Crossing Guard Construction worker
Means yield the right of wayMaybe stop sign
Means railroad crossing ahead750ft in front of tracks in rural area If train is coming stop and wait, don’t try to beat train
Means warning Either yellow or orange in color Warns of hazards or possible hazards Also used in construction zones
Means school zone or school crossing2 children walking = school is near 2 children in crosswalk, you are at a school crossing
Is posted on left side of roadwayPosted at the beginning of a No Passing Zone
Used as regulatory or guide signWhite with black wording
Sign Colors Ten different colors Red Black/White Yellow Orange GreenBlue Brown Yellow-Green Pink
Regulatory Signs Must be obeyed Types Stop Yield Do Not EnterWrong Way
Some are regulatory (must be obeyed)Some are Route Markers
Warning Signs Alerts drivers to road conditions and dangers ahead
Warning Sign Used for two types of warning signs Pedestrian CrossingSchool Zones/Crossing
Warning Sign Used specifically for construction and maintenance
Guide Signs Where you are Which way to goHow far you have gone or how far you have left to go (Distance)
Guide Signs Services available Food Gas Hospital Hotels
Guide Signs Parks and recreation
Traffic Incident Alerts you to possible dangers due to unplanned events Traffic Crashes Natural Disasters
Types/Categories of SignsFive Different Categories Regulatory Warning Construction and Maintenance Guide Special
Regulatory Signs Red, White, or Black in color Tell you what to doMust always obey them
Regulatory Signs One-Way SignsMust always go the direction of the arrow
Regulatory Signs Warns of a speed zone approaching
Regulatory Signs Maximum and Minimum Speed LimitsUnless for safety, illegal to drive slower than minimum
Regulatory Signs Divided Highway (Approaching from Side)Median Strip Separates both lanes of traffic
Warning Signs Alerts drivers to conditions aheadUsually diamond in shape Warns drivers about road hazards, schools, and other situations
Warning Signs Pedestrian Crossing School Zone/Crossing
Warning Signs Special Crossings
Warning Signs Signal Ahead Start Slowing down when you see these signs
Warning Signs Intersections Ahead
Warning Signs Turns and Curves Be aware of maximum speed on curvesYou can always speed up, but you cannot always slow down
Warning Signs Posted where a divided highway beginsPosted where a divided highway ends
Construction and MaintenanceUse extreme caution when you see these signs Usually diamond in shape
Guide Signs Route Markers Destination and Distance
Guide Signs Parks and Recreation Services
Guide Signs Detour
Special Signs Turn to page 77 of Rules of the Road
Signs, Signals, and Roadway Markings
Unit 2 Learning the Basics
Chapter 5 Signs, Signals, and Roadway Markings
Traffic Signals, Signs and Pavement Markings are used for traffic control to provide a smooth, orderly flow of traffic Remember: Obey all signs and signals.
Signals o Steady lights o Flashing lights o Signal/Sign combinations T – 1.22 Signals by traffic lights indicate the following: Steady red – moving traffic.
Signs, Signals and Roadway Markings
Signals, Signs, and Road Markings Sophomore Driver Education.
Unit 2 Ch 2 Drive Right/Ch 7&8 Rules of the Road
Chapter 5 Signs, Signals, and Markings
Signs, Signals, and Markings. Shapes of Signs Octagon – Always means stop. Downward Pointing Triangle – Yield Sign ONLY Pennant – No Passing Warning Signs.
Describe difference between a shared left-turn lane and a left turn lane. Describe what actions to take with pedestrian signals and traffic control officers'’
Signs, Signals, and Pavement Markings
Chapter 2 Signs, Signals, and Roadway Markings. 2.1 Traffic Signs Each sign shape and color have specific meanings By knowing the meanings of each shape.
Road Signs. State of Delaware requires you know colors and shapes Colors Red- Regulatory White- Regulatory Black- Regulatory Orange- construction Yellow-
Chapter 2 Signs, Signals, and Roadway Markings
CHAPTER 3 SIGNS, SIGNALS AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS
Three Types of Road Signs
Ch. 4 Traffic Control NY State DMV.
© 2023 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.