While a driver’s test does not ask questions about every single traffic sign, it is good to learn them all. This helps with safe driving on the road and covers all the bases for the test. There is no way to anticipate wh... More »

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You can take a traffic and road sign test for free online at the DMV.org and USA-Traffic-Signs.com websites. Both sites provide online tests, but DMV.org also offers links to fee-based tests that are customized to the pa... More »

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The Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration has a page on its website devoted to U.S. traffic sign meanings. Wikipedia has an extensive article that covers national signs and some local signs, too. More »

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A driver should schedule the final road test to get a license once he feels comfortable enough behind the wheel to pass the test and navigate traffic safely. Different states have varying time frames to keep a learner's ... More »

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Prospective drivers can prepare for a road sign test in a number of ways, such as studying an updated copy of the driver's manual, taking an online practice test, or simply observing how real traffic behaves around certa... More »

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Questions on a certification test for a commercial driver's license cover safety procedures for various types of cargo, details of trucking-specific traffic laws and the terminology commonly used in the field. The test a... More »

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Signs on the North Carolina driving test include warning signs for winding roads and merging traffic, as well as the regulatory signs for one-way roads and railroad crossings. There are 27 warning signs on the North Caro... More »