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#1. A yield sign in your lane:
This is a yield sign. Yield signs mean you must slow down and be ready to stop to let any vehicle, bicyclist, or pedestrian pass before you proceed.
#2. When you see a sign with this shape and color, you must:
You must come to a complete stop at the sign, stop line, pedestrian crosswalk, or curb. Wait for any vehicle or pedestrian to clear the way.
#3. You approach this road sign. What does it tell you?
Divided Highway Ends. The divided highway on which you are traveling ends ahead. You will then be on a roadway with two-way traffic. Keep to the right.
#4. A sign with this shape means:
Emphasis has been given to the school and school crosswalk signs through the use of a pentagon shape. The school sign warns motorists that they are approaching a school zone, while the school crosswalk sign identifies established crossings where children are directed to cross a roadway.
#5. You see an orange road sign. What should you expect ahead?
Warning signs in the construction series have a distinctive orange background. When motorists see an orange sign, they should be alert, reduce speed, and watch for workers and equipment on the highway.
#6. A vehicle carrying this sign:
The sign for slow moving vehicles is triangular and normally colored bright orange with a red border. Old-order Amish groups, which are forbidden by religion to display bright colors, can use alternative reflective materials that include gray, white, black, or silver and must cover an area of at least 72 square inches.
#7. This sign tells you that the center lane must be used for:
Two-way left turn lane. This sign tells you that the center lane is reserved for the exclusive use of left-turning vehicles in either direction. The lane cannot be used for passing, overtaking, or through travel.
#8. You approach this road sign. What must you do ahead?
Pedestrian Crossing. This sign tells you that you are near an area where a large number of pedestrians cross the street. You must yield to a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk, or at an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection.
#9. What color are road signs that warn you of road hazards.
Warning signs adjacent to the roadways alert motorists to potentially hazardous conditions. Most of these signs retain their traditional yellow color as well as their diamond shape.
#10. What does this sign mean?
The side road sign tells you that there is an intersection ahead. Another road enters from the right. Watch out for traffic entering from the side road and oncoming traffic turning.
#11. What is the background color on a sign directing you to a public park?
Guide signs directing motorists to public parks and recreational areas have a brown background.
#12. When you see this sign, what should you expect ahead?
Reverse turn. Slow down and be prepared for the road ahead to turn sharply left, then right. This sign is used in advance of two sharp turns.
#13. This sign means:
U-turns are not permitted. You cannot turn around and go in the opposite direction.
#14. What does this sign mean?
The One-Way sign is used in intersections to indicate streets or roadways upon which traffic is allowed to travel in one direction only. Do not turn against the arrow.
#15. What does this road sign mean?
Steep hill. You are approaching a downgrade. Slow down before going downhill. Use a low gear.
#16. This road sign warns you of:
Sharp tight turn. Slow down and be prepared for a sharp right turn in the road ahead.
#17. This sign tells you that:
Reduction of lanes. The road narrows and there will be fewer lanes ahead. This sign warns you that the right lane ends ahead, and that you must merge left if you are in the right lane.
#18. What does this sign mean?
Slippery when wet. In wet weather, drive slowly. Do not speed up or brake hard. Make sharp turns at a very slow speed.
#19. This sign warns you of:
Clearance is limited – by a bridge, overhead, crosswalk, or similar.
#20. The shape of a do not enter sign is:
The Do Not Enter sign is used at intersections of one-way roads and at freeway exit ramps. Do not enter the road or ramp from your direction. (Note that the signs is square, not round.)
Ohio Official Driver Knowledge Test
Quick facts about your official driver’s license and learner’s permit test in Ohio:
|Number of Questions:||40|
|Correct answers needed:||30|
|Passing score:||75 percent|
|Time limit:||25 minutes|
|Earliest retest upon failure:||Next day|
This Ohio Road Sign Test Practice
This practice test has 20 questions about road signs described in the Ohio Driver’s Handbook (“Digest of Ohio Motor Vehicle Laws”).
For your written knowledge test in Ohio, you must recognize some common road signs by shape, color, symbols, and messages. This practice quiz can help you prepare for the Ohio road sign test part.
The Official Written Knowledge Test
The official knowledge test in Ohio has 40 questions. 20 questions will address road signs. This part of the test is in English only.
You need a score of 15 correct answers on each part (a passing score of 75%).