Kentucky Road Signs and What They Mean – 10 Signs You Must Know

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The road sign test

Or try the 30-question knowledge test?

Kentucky permit test practice

This is not a passing score. Do you want to try again with new questions?

The road sign test

Or try the 30-question knowledge test?

Kentucky permit test practice

#1. A sign with this shape, color, and symbol, means:

The do not enter sign mean you cannot drive in this direction.

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#2. When you see this sign, you are approaching:

Low clearance. Do not enter if your vehicle is taller than the height listed on the sign.

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#3. If you are in the right-hand lane on the main road, you should:

Reduction of lanes. Right lane ends.

There will be fewer lanes ahead. Traffic must merge left. Drivers in the left lane should allow others to merge smoothly. Right lane ends.

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#4. When you see this sign, you should:

Side road. Another road enters the highway from the direction shown. Watch for traffic from that direction

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#5. What does this sign mean?

Stop sign ahead. When you come to this sign, slow down to be ready to stop at the stop sign.

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#6. What does this sign mean?

Cattle crossing.

This sign tells you that you are near an area where cattle might cross the street. Slow down and be prepared to stop.

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#7. What does this sign mean?

No Turns. You must not turn to the right or to the left at this intersection.

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#8. What does this sign mean?

This sign tells you that there is a flag-person ahead to control traffic. Slow down and be prepared to stop.

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#9. Which color are signs that warns you of specific road conditions?

Yellow is used for general warning and advisory of unexpected roadway conditions.

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#10. This sign means:

Sharp right and left turns: Slow down and be prepared for the road ahead to turn sharply right, then left. (Reverse turns.)

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Kentucky Official Driver License Test

Quick facts about the driver’s license and learner’s permit test in Kentucky:

  Road sign Questions: 10
  Road rules: 30
  Passing score: 80% on each test
  Correct answers needed: 8 + 24
  Earliest retest upon failure: 1 day

Kentucky Knowledge Test

The Kentucky knowledge exam for a learner’s permit or full driver’s license is a two-part examination.

Part I: 30 road rules questions
Part II: 10 road signs questions

The first part has 30 multiple-choice questions about Kentucky traffic regulations, common rules of the road, and safe driving practices. You must answer 24 questions correctly (80%) to pass this part.

The second part is 10-question road sign identification test. You must recognize common Kentucky road signs and explain what they mean. With 8 correct answers you will reach the passing score (80%) on this part.

Kentucky Road Signs Practice Test

This practice test focuses only on the Kentucky road signs and what they mean. You should be able to recognize 10 common highway signs based on color, shape, symbols, and word messages.

Just like the real examination, the test is random. A set of 10 random signs are picked from the more than 70 road signs that are described in the Driver Manual.

You can take this practice test as many ties as you need to learn the meaning of all the signs.

To prepare for the first part of the exam, you can use this practice test: Kentucky Permit Test Practice .

Kentucky Permit Test Practice - Photo by Andrea Piacquadio

Everything is in the Kentucky Driver Manual

Kentucky DMV base all questions on the information in the Driver’s Manual . Everything you need to study for your examination is found in this manual.

Don’t forget to pay attention to how shapes and colors are used to give basic messages about the meaning of road signs.

The most important colors and shapes are:

Road Sign Colors – Kentucky
Red: Stop, prohibition
Yellow: General warning
Orange: Construction and maintenance (work zone)
Green: Directional guidance, movements permitted
Road Sign Shapes – Kentucky
Triangle Equilateral triangle: Yield signs
Diamond Diamond: Warning signs
Vertical rectangle Vertical rectangle: Regulatory signs
Pentagon Pentagon (five-sided): School signs
Octagon Octagon (eight-sided): Stop signs
Circle Circle: Railroad advance warning signs

 

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