Missouri Road Sign Identification Test – 16 Road Signs

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#1. This sign means:

Merging Traffic sign. Traffic from another road will be entering the road. Be prepared for vehicles to move into your lane.

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#2. What does this sign mean?

Cross Road – Intersection. Another road crosses the road. Watch carefully for traffic crossing your path.

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

The shoulder on the side of the road ahead is soft. Do not drive off the pavement.

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#4. What is this?

Speed advisory signs show a recommended safe speed to use. Although you may feel comfortable driving at a higher speed in fair weather, you should never do so in rain, snow, or icy conditions.

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#5. What does this sign mean?

The One-Way sign is used in intersections to indicate that crossing traffic can travel in one direction only. You may not turn against the arrow.

The sign does not indicate that you must turn.

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#6. What does this sign mean?

You are going against traffic. You made a wrong turn and have entered a lane of oncoming traffic. As quickly and safely as possible, pull off the road, turn around and go back.

The wrong way sign is a supplement to the do not enter sign. It is placed along the exit ramp or the one-way roadway farther from the crossroad. It tells you that you have already entered a one-way road and are driving in the wrong direction.

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#7. This sign tells you:

No Right Turn. This sign means that you are not allowed to turn right at the intersection.

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#8. An orange and red sign attached to the back of a vehicle means:

Slow Moving Vehicle. A reflective orange triangle on the rear of a vehicle means it is traveling less than 25 mph. You may see this sign on construction equipment or farm vehicles.

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#9. This sign warns of:

Object markers are used to notify drivers of objects in the roadway or very close to the edge of the roadway. This sign emphasizes the need to not stray outside of the marked travel lane.

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#10. When you see this sign, you must:

Keep Right. Some roadway locations require traffic to pass only to the right side of a feature or obstruction.

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#11. What should you expect ahead when you see this sign?

Stop Ahead. There is a stop sign ahead on the road you are on. Be prepared to stop.

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#12. This sign marks a sharp turn where the recommended speed is:

Sharp Turn. A turn sign is used to warn of a sharp turn or turn where the recommended maximum speed is 30 mph or less.

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#13. What does this sign mean?

A yield sign is a downward pointing triangle. It is red and white with red letters. You will see no other signs of this shape on the highway.

Slow down and give vehicles crossing your path the right-of-way. If the way is clear, you may move forward slowly without stopping. Yield signs are usually placed where auxiliary roads lead into major roads.

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#14. Traffic signs that show construction and maintenance warnings are:

Orange is used for construction and maintenance warning. The signs are usually diamond shaped. They notify drivers of unusual or potentially dangerous conditions near work areas.

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#15. If you turn right into the side road ahead, you should expect:

Side Road Railroad Crossing. This sign tells you there is a railroad crossing if you turn right into the side road.

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#16. What should you do when you approach this sign?

Speed reduction sign. Advance notice to upcoming speed limit change. Be prepared to slow down. There are several types of work zones that take place on Missouri roadways. Knowing the difference between these work zones will help you understand what to expect when driving through them.

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Missouri Road Sign Identification Test

Quick facts about this practice test:

  Number of Questions:16
  Correct answers needed:13
  Passing score:>80 percent
  Time limit:No
  Earliest retest upon failure:

Practice for Your Road Sign Test

The Missouri four driver license tests include:

  A vision screening
  The road sign identification test
  The written multiple-choice test
  A final road skills test

The road sign identification test can be part of your 4-part driver examination for an instruction permit or new driver’s license, but it may also be a stand-alone test when you renew your license or transfer an out-of-state license to a Missouri license.

With this practice test you cover basically all signs described in the Missouri Driver Guide . You can be asked to identify any of these signs, but the focus is on these 16 signs/shapes/colors below.



Make Sure You Know These 16 Signs (Shapes & Colors)

No left turn
No left turn
No right turn
No right turn
No U-turn
No U-turn

 

No Trucks
No Trucks
Stop
Stop
Yield
Yield

 

Do Not Enter
Do Not Enter
School Crossing
School Crossing
Railroad Crossing
Railroad Crossing

 

Slippery When Wet
Slippery When Wet
Signal Ahead
Signal Ahead
Crossroad / Intersection
Crossroad / Intersection

 

Curve sign
Curve
Merge
Merge
Added Lane
Added Lane

 

Begin Divided Roadway
Begin Divided Roadway

Practice for Your Written Test

The main test on your driver examination is a 25-question multiple-choice test. You need 20 correct answers to pass this test.

You can practice on this test here: Missouri Written Test

Missouri Written Test - 25 Questions

 

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