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Traffic signs in North Carolina are divided into three types: regulatory, warning and informational. The shape and color of signs are intended to make it fairly easy for drivers to quickly discern the various types of si... More »

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The North Carolina Department of Transportation provides a chart of road signs in its Driver's Handbook, which is available online in a printable PDF format. In the 2014 handbook, the Traffic Signs portion runs from page... More »

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The North Carolina Driving School provides a free North Carolina road sign practice test at NCDrivingSchool.com. Further information is available on the North Carolina Department of Transportation website, ncdot.gov. More »

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