The Alternate Quiz for Learning the Road Signs

The Alternate Road Sign Quiz at California DMV Practice Test

The Alternate Road Sign Quiz

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1. Which sign means Added Lane?

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2. Which sign warns of a Curve?

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3. Which sign means you must not turn against the arrow?

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4. Which sign means Merging Traffic?

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5. Which sign means Pedestrian Crossing?

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6. Which sign means Traffic Signal Ahead?

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7. Which sign means No Left Turn?

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8. Which sign means Slippery When Wet?

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9. Which signs warns of a Crossroad?

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10. Which sign means No Right Turn?

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11. Which sign warns of a school Zone?

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12. Which sign warns of a T-Intersection?

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13. Which sign means Lane Ends?

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14. Which sign is a Directional Arrow?

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15. Which sign means you must not go in this direction?

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16. Which sign warns of a Winding Road?

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17. Which sign warns of a Railroad Crossing?

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18. Which sign means Yield Ahead?

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19. Which sign means Divided Highway?

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20. Which sign means you must stop every time?

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Get Ready for the CA DMV License Test

Nothing is more annoying than missing the road sign questions on the official California DMV exam. Road signs are usually the easy part of the written exam, so make sure you know all of them from the California Driver Handbook.

Study all the signs in the handbook. Ask yourself what to do when they appear on the side of the road, where they are posted, and what they mean.

Some are more likely to show up on your exam than others.

Alternate Quiz

The alternate quiz is a different way of memorizing the signs, their shapes, colors, and symbols. With each description, you get four signs to choose from. Your task is to pick the sign that matches the description.

We also have a more traditional test with 20 questions. It is similar to the questions you could encounter on your exam.

California Road Sign Quiz - 20 Questions

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