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Virginia Learners Permit Flashcard Set

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STOP SIGN--
You must come to a complete stop at the sign, stop line, pedestrian crosswalk, or curb. Then, yield the right-of-way to any vehicle or pedestrian approaching from either direction.

YIELD SIGN--
slow down to a speed reasonable for the conditions and yield the right-of-way. Stop if neccessary.

GUIDE SIGN--
Vertical signs generally give instructions or tell you the law. Horizontal signs may give directions or information.

WARNING--
 These signs warn you of special conditions of hazards ahead. Drive with caution and be ready to slow down. (Pedestrian and bicycle signs may be displayed in fluorescent yellow-green)

SCHOOL ZONE AND SCHOOL CROSSING--
The pentagon (five-sided) shape marks school zones and warns you about school crossings. Signs may display horizontal lines indicating the point at which a crosswalk exists. Signs may...

CROSSBUCK RAILROAD CROSSING
--indicate that you are approaching a railroad crossing. Slow down, look, and listen for trains.

SPEED LIMIT--
Maximum legal speed that you may travel on the raod where this sign is posted assuming weather conditions are favorable. During rain, snow, and ice, you may recieve a ticket for overdriving...

DO NOT ENTER--
 Sign often used to identify a one way street, expressway ramp or the wrong direction or wrong side of the divided highway. Do not drive past either of these signs. turn around!!

ONE WAY--
Traffic flows only in the direction of the arrow.

NO LEFT TURN--
Left turns and U-Turns are prohibited. In Virginia U-Turns are considered as two left turns and are prohibited if this sign is posted.

NO RIGHT TURN--
Right turns prohibited.

NO U-TURNS
-- U-turns prohibited.

NO TURN ON RED--
You may not turn during the red light. Wait for the signal to turn green.

DO NOT PASS
--This sign marks the beginning of a no passing zone. You may not pass cars ahead of you in your lane.

LEFT  TURN YIELD ON GREEN
-- This sign is used in combination with a traffic signal. It emphasizes that traffic turning left on the circular green light does not have the right-of-way and must yield to oncoming...

KEEP RIGHT--
A traffic island, median, or obsturction is ahead. Keep to the side indicated by the arrow.

LANE-USE CONTROL
--These signs are used when turning movements are required or where special turning movements are permitted for specific lanes.

HIGH OCCUPANCY VEHICLE (HOV)
-Indicates lanes reserved for buses and vehicles with the minimum number of occupants specified on the sign.

DISABLED PARKING--
Parking spaces marked with these signs are reserved for individuals with disabled parking priviledges.

ADVISORY SPEED--
 Indicates the maximum safe speed for an entrance or exit on the expressway.

NO PASSING ZONE--
This sign marks the beginning of a no passing zone. You may not pass cars ahead of you in your lane.

MERGE--
Two lanes of traffic are about to become one. Drivers in both lanes are responsible for merging smoothly.

LANE REDUCTION--
The right lane ends soon. Drivers in the right lane must merge left when space opens up. Drivers in the left lane should allow other vehicles to merge smoothly.

DIVIDED HIGHWAY BEGINS--
The highway ahead is split into two seperate roadways by a median or divider and each raodway is one-way. Keep right.

DIVIDED HIGHWAY ENDS--
The highway ahead becomes a single roadway with traffic going in both directions. Keep right.

SLIPPERY WHEN WET--
When pavement is wet, reduce your speed. Do not brake hard or change direction suddenly. Increase the distance between your car and the one ahead. These actions are needed on all wet...

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

HILL--
 A steep grade is ahead. Check your brakes.

LOW GROUND RAILROAD CROSSING--
 Steep grade adjoining railroad bed may create a hand up situation for vehicles with low ground clearance and a long wheel base.

DEER CROSSING--
Deer regularly cross the highway in this area. Slow down and be ready to stop.

PEDESTRIAN CROSSING--
watch for people crossing your path. be prepared to slow down and stop. Signs may display horizontal lines indicating the point where a crosswalk exists. Signs may have a seperate downard-pointing...

BICYCLE CROSSING--
Bicycles regularly cross or ride beside traffic in this area. Drive with caution.

CROSSROAD--
 A four way intersection is ahead. Watch for cross-traffic.

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

Y INTERSECTION.--
You must bear right or left.

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

RIGHT CURVE/SIDE ROAD--
 The road ahead curves right and a side road joins from the left within the curve.

SHARP RIGHT TURN--
Be prepared for a sharp turn to the right in the road ahead.

SHARP RIGHT AND LEFT TURNS--
The road ahead turns sharply right then left.

RIGHT AND LEFT CURVES--
The road ahead curves right, then left.

RIGHT CURVE(WITH SAFE SPEED INDICATOR) --
The road ahead curves right. Slow down to the safe speed indicated.

WINDING ROAD--
The road ahead winds with a series of turns or curves.

ROUGH ROAD--
Used when certain road conditions such as gravel or milled pavement, affect the roadway surface and create potentially difficult conditions for motorists, especially motorcyclists.

BUMP--
Used when certain road conditions such as gravel or milled pavement, affect the roadway surface and create potentially difficult conditions for motorists, especially motorcyclists.

UNEVEN LANES--
 Used when certain road conditions such as gravel or milled pavement, affect the roadway surface and create potentially difficult conditions for motorists, especially motorcyclists.

SLOW MOVING VEHICLE
Vehicles which travel at 25 MPH or less--such as farm equipment and horse-drawn vehicles--must display these emblems when using a public highway. be prepared to adjust your speed or...

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