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5. Signs, Signals & Road Marks

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Pavement Markings - Introduction

Markings on highways have important functions in providing guidance and information for the road user. Major marking types include pavement and curb markings, object markers, delineators, colored pavements, barricades, channelizing devices and islands. In some cases, markings are used to supplement other traffic control devices such as signs, signals and other markings. In other instances, markings are used alone to effectively convey regulations, guidance, or warnings in ways not obtainable by the use of other devices.

Pavement markings can enhance roadway delineation with the addition of audible and tactile features such as bars, differential surface profiles, raised pavement markers, or other devices intended to alert the road user that a delineation on the roadway is being traversed.


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Lesson 5 Quiz


You will now answer 5 questions to test what you learned during this lesson. You must answer all questions correctly to receive completion credit for this lesson. You may answer the questions as many times as necessary to get them right.

You should review the lesson material if you don't do well on the quiz.

  1. A center lane with solid and broken yellow lines that is used by vehicles making left turns in both directions is called a:


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  2. The Yield sign means:


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  3. When does a CURVE become a TURN?


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  4. A WHITE, transverse line across your lane means:


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  5. A WHITE line, parallel to your lane, on the right, indicates:


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