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5. Signs, Signals & Road Marks

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Two-way Left Turn Lanes

A lane that is operated in different directions at different times of the day, such as a reversible lane system, is designated by a DOUBLE BROKEN (dashed) YELLOW line on both sides of the lane. These markings supplement signs or overhead signals that tell road users which lanes are available for use at different days and times.

Many two-way undivided roads in urbanized areas have a center lane that is for shared use by vehicles making left turns in both directions. This type of special lane is called a Two-Way Left-Turn Lane. Both sides of the Two-Way Left Turn Lane are marked with a double line consisting of a SOLID YELLOW line and BROKEN (dashed) YELLOW line. The SOLID line is closest to the adjacent travel lane, while the BROKEN (dashed) line is closest to the Two-Way Left-Turn Lane.

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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 WHITE, transverse line across your lane means:


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  2. The Yield sign means:


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


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  5. When does a CURVE become a TURN?


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