• 107-21 Jamaica Avenue, Richmond Hill, NY 11418
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Car Quiz 11

1. What does this sign indicate?Enas Driving School car
A one-way road is ahead.
An expressway or freeway is ahead.
Two-way traffic is ahead.
Lane crossing is allowed.

2. What does this sign indicate?
A circular intersection
A divider
An interstate highway
A four-way traffic merging area

3. This pentagon-shaped warning sign meansEnas Driving School car
A public library ahead; watch for pedestrians.
Pedestrian crosswalks ahead; proceed with caution.
A school or school crossing ahead; slow down and look for children.
A school bus stop ahead; stop your vehicle.

4. What does this sign mean?Enas Driving School car
Narrow bridge ahead; go slow.
Right lane exits, buses excepted.
Merging traffic ahead; stop and proceed.
Road turns ahead; slow to a safe speed.

5. What should you do when you see this sign at an intersection?Enas Driving School car
Keep right.
Do not proceed any further.
Share the road with oncoming traffic.
Yield the right-of-way or stop before turning right or left.

6. The number seen in this sign representsEnas Driving School car
An exit number.
A US route marker.
The speed limit on the exit ramp.
The number of miles to the exit.

7. What does this sign mean?Enas Driving School car
A traffic signal ahead at an intersection
A stop signal ahead at a rail crossing
A stop sign ahead at an intersection
None of the above

8. What does this sign indicate?Enas Driving School car
A flagger at a work zone
A road crew at work ahead
A school zone
A pedestrian crossing at an intersection

9. What does this traffic sign mean?Enas Driving School car
An alternate route is 1000 feet ahead.
Parking zone is ahead.
Turning right is prohibited after 1000 feet.
There is construction ahead in 1000 feet.

10. What does this sign indicate?Enas Driving School car
Exit 444
Interstate route marker 444
A milepost reference marker
None of the above

11. This flag person’s signal indicates thatEnas Driving School car
Drivers must go at a posted speed.
Drivers must stop immediately.
Drivers must slow down.
Drivers must make a detour.

12. On this sign, the arrow means thatEnas Driving School car
All traffic must go only in the direction of the arrow.
All vehicles must stop to make a right turn.
The lane ahead is reserved for trucks to turn right.
Drivers may choose in which direction they can go.

13. This diamond-shaped sign means thatEnas Driving School car
A median is ahead.
The road ahead has a bump.
A hill grade is ahead.
The road ahead has a dip.

14. This sign indicates thatEnas Driving School car
Parking is allowed for people with disabilities only.
No parking is allowed at the sign.
The road ahead is closed permanently.
No U-turn is allowed.

15. The single dashed white line in this figure indicatesEnas Driving School car
The center of a roadway where passing is prohibited.
Traffic moving in the same direction.
Traffic moving in the opposite direction.
The curb of the road.

16. This sign warns the drivers that theyEnas Driving School car
Should move onto a shoulder at reduced speed.
Should not leave the pavement.
Should move onto a shoulder of the road at high speed.
Should increase the following distance to 6 seconds.

17. What does this sign mean?Enas Driving School car
You are approaching an airport.
RC flying zone is ahead.
Airplanes fly in this direction.
Airplanes fly at low heights in this zone.

18. This diamond-shaped sign indicates Enas Driving School car
Parking area ahead; the width of the road is 13 feet 6 inches.
A median ahead; the width of the road is 13 feet 6 inches.
An overpass ahead; clearance from the roadway surface to the overpass is 13 feet 6 inches.
A bridge ahead; the width of the road is 13 feet 6 inches.

19. This sign with two arrows allows Enas Driving School car
Vehicles in both directions to pass.
Vehicles from either direction to make a right turn.
Vehicles from either direction to make a left turn.
None of the above

20. This pentagon symbol alerts drivers to Enas Driving School car
A school zone.
Pedestrian crosswalks at an intersection.
A school bus stop.
Children’s playground area.