#1. What is the meaning of this road sign?
Side Road Ahead.
Side road enters highway ahead from the right. Watch for turning or entering traffic
#2. Which lane should you use if traveling straight ahead?
A green arrow means you can use the lane. A red X means you cannot.
#3. Which background color is used for signs that give general warning of specific road conditions?
Yellow is used for general warning and advisory of unexpected roadway conditions. General warning signs can also be fluorescent green with black markings.
Warning signs for construction and maintenance projects are orange with black markings.
#4. At this intersection, cars in the left lane must:
Cars in left lane may turn left or go straight. Cars in center lane must go straight. Cars in right lane must turn right.
Lane use control signs are rectangular, black and white signs. These signs are used where turns are required or permitted from lanes as shown.
You must move your vehicle only in the direction indicated for your traffic lane.
#5. What does this sign mean?
Reverse turn. This sign tells you there is a sharp turn to left and then a sharp turn to the right. Reduce speed and look well ahead.
#6. What does this sign mean?
These signs alert drivers in advance of areas where animals may be crossing.
#7. A round sign means you are approaching:
A round sign means you are approaching a railroad crossing. This sign is posted a few hundred feet in front of the tracks and alerts you to slow down, look, listen, and prepare to stop. If necessary, roll down a window and listen carefully for an approaching train.
#8. This yellow warning sign means:
Divided highway ends.
The divided road ends ahead. Two-way traffic will no longer be divided by a center island. You will be on an undivided roadway with two-way traffic. Keep to the right.
#9. This warning sign means:
The sign is used to warn of a sharp turn.
#10. On a highway with this sign:
Traffic is required to keep to the left of medians or obstructions.
#11. What does this sign mean?
No Turn on Red.
A right turn on red is prohibited, even after coming to a complete stop.
#12. Road signs with a white background are usually:
Black and white signs are generally regulatory signs and must be obeyed. Other black and white signs are used as route markers.
#13. This is an example of:
This is an example of a State Route sign.
The shape and color of route number signs indicate the type of roadway: interstate, U.S., state, city, or county road. When planning a trip, use a road map to determine your route. During the trip, follow the route signs to prevent you from getting lost.
#14. This road sign means:
This sign marks a school zone crossing.
Pentagon shaped signs mean you are approaching a school zone and/or school crossing. When used, they will be erected not less than 150 feet nor more than 700 feet in advance of the school grounds or school crossing. Look for pedestrians on both sides of the street when approaching school zones and other places people are likely to walk.
#15. This warning sign means:
Warning that you are leaving a separated one-way highway and will soon be driving on a two-way highway. Also used to remind drivers they are on a two-way road.
Remember, you should drive in the right-hand lane and expect oncoming traffic in the left-hand lane.
#16. This road sign means:
The one-way sign is used to indicate streets or roadways where traffic is allowed to travel in one direction only. You may travel only in the direction of the arrow.
#17. This sign means:
An octagon (eight-sided shape) always means stop.
When you come to it, you must make a complete stop at a marked stop line. If there is no stop line, stop before the crosswalk on your side of the intersection. If there is no crosswalk, stop at a point from which you can best see oncoming traffic.
#18. This road sign means:
Presence of traffic signals at intersection ahead. Slow down!
#19. This sign indicates:
Regulatory speed limit sign.
Always obey the posted maximum and minimum speed limits. These laws exist to regulate the flow of traffic and to create a safe environment for all drivers.
Remember, a white rectangular sign indicates something you must obey.
#20. You approach this road sign. What should you do?
Steep hill ahead. Slow down and be ready to shift to lower gear to control speed and protect brakes from damage.
Georgia DDS Driver Knowledge Examination
Quick facts about the Georgia DDS written test for learner’s permit and driver’s license:
|Number of Questions:||20 (road signs)
20 (road rules)
|Correct answers needed:||15 (road signs)
15 (road rules)
|Passing score:||75 percent|
|Earliest retest upon failure:||1 day (1st failure)
7 days (2nd and subsequent failures)
This Road Sign Practice Test
The Georgia knowledge examination for drivers applying for a learner’s permit or full driver’s license has two parts.
The first part has a set of questions on the meaning of common highway signs. The second part addresses driver responsibility, Georgia traffic laws, and safe driving practices. You can practice the second part of the exam here: Georgia Road Rules Test – 20 Questions and Answers
Both have 20 questions, and you must correctly answer 15 questions (75%) on each test to pass. 20 correct answers on the road signs and 10 on the road rules don’t result in a passing score. You must reach 15 correct answers on each part.
This practice test focuses on the Georgia road signs you are expected to understand and able to identify.
The signs are described in the Georgia Driver’s Manual .
Is the Georgia Knowledge Test Hard?
Overall, the difficulty on the Georgia knowledge test is considered moderate. The Georgia road sign test is considered to be the easiest.
What Happens if I Fail the Test?
If it is the first time you fail any part of the knowledge exam, you can retake that part the next day.
Should you fail a second time (or more), you must wait at least 7 days before you can take the text again. You only have to retest on the part that you have missed.
Read more about the Georgia knowledge test: Georgia DDS Test and Exams Information
Take the Road Rules Test
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