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Georgia DDS Road Signs Recognition Test – 20 Questions

This Practice Test
  Number of questions on each practice test: Traffic signs: 20
  Question pool: 150+
  The test is randomized and not an official test
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#1. This red and white sign means:

Do not enter.

The sign marks a one-way roadway with traffic coming against you. You must not enter the one-way at this point.

Remember, this is a square sign with a white horizontal line inside a red ball. The sign is not circular.

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#2. This road sign tells you to be particularly alert and watch for:

Deer crossing.

These signs alert drivers in advance of areas where animals may be crossing.

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#3. What does this sign mean?

Remember, blue and white signs will give directions to service facilities. A sign with a wheelchair symbol means a facility or parking area is accessible to a person with a disability.

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#4. This sign (a steady yellow X) means:

Some roadways are designed to accommodate different traffic demands during the day through the use of a reversible lane system. Appropriate travel lanes on a roadway utilizing a reversible lane system are indicated as follows:

  • Steady Red X: No travel allowed in this lane in the direction you are going.
  • Steady Yellow X: Clear the lane.
  • Flashing Yellow X: Left turn permitted.
  • Steady Green X: Travel in lane.
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#5. Road signs with the horizontal rectangular shape usually show:

Horizontal rectangle signs are generally used as guide signs. They show locations, directions, or other special information.

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#6. What type of road signs have fluorescent yellow-green background?

Fluorescent yellow-green is used for high emphasis warning of school, pedestrian, and bicycling activity.

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#7. This sign tells you:

Winding road ahead.

The road ahead winds back and forth. Slow to a safe or indicated speed.

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#8. When you see this sign:

Merging Traffic sign. Traffic merging from the right. Prepare to allow traffic to safely merge.

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#9. This sign means:

No U-Turn.

You cannot turn around to go in the opposite direction at this intersection.

Remember, a red circle with a red slash from upper left to lower right means NO.

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#10. When approaching a yield sign, you must

When approaching a yield sign, slow down to a safe speed and be prepared to stop. If necessary, stop and only proceed when it is safe to do so.

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#11. When you see this sign, you should:

Side Road Ahead.

Side road enters highway ahead from the right. Watch for turning or entering traffic

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#12. What is the meaning of this sign?

Roadway slippery when wet. Remember, the first half-hour of rain is most hazardous. Slick surfaces can exaggerate normal movements. If brakes are applied too hard, or the wheel is turned too sharp, a skid can occur. When pavement is wet, reduce your speed.

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#13. At this intersection, cars in the right lane must:

Cars in left lane must turn left. Cars in right lane must go straight or turn right.

Lane use control signs are rectangular, black and white signs. These signs are used where turns are required or permitted from lanes as shown.

You must move your vehicle only in the direction indicated for your traffic lane.

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#14. This sign shows:

Advisory speed signs or plaques indicate the safe speed with which you should proceed.

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#15. When you see this sign, you should:

There is a yield sign ahead. Slow down and prepare to stop if necessary.

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#16. What should you expect ahead?

You are approaching a roundabout intersection. When an advisory speed panel is posted below the sign, slow down to the recommended speed.

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#17. What does this sign mean?

Keep Right.

Traffic is required to keep to the right of medians or obstructions.

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#18. You see a sign shaped like this from a distance. What should you expect ahead?

This three-sided sign is shaped like a pennant. The sign is on the left side of the highway and marks the beginning of a no passing zone. Any passing maneuver must be completed before reaching this sign.

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#19. This warning sign means:

Divided highway ahead (divided highway begins).

The highway ahead is divided into two one-way roadways. Prepare to change lanes or shift lane position.

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#20. What does this sign mean?

Pedestrian crossing.

Just ahead is a location where people on foot often cross. Use caution as you approach and drive more slowly and carefully, watching both sides of the street for pedestrians.

When pedestrians are in the crosswalks, they must be given the right-of-way.

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Facts about the Georgia DDS Knowledge Examination

DDS Knowledge Test for Permit and Driver’s License
  Number of questions on exam: Traffic signs: 20
Traffic laws and safe driving: 20
Total: 40
  Passing score: 75 percent
  Correct answers to pass: Traffic signs: 15
Traffic laws and safe driving: 15
  Allotted time to complete test: No limit (but must be completed before closing)
  Wait time before retest: 1st failure: 1 day
2nd or subsequent failure: 7 days

The Two-Part DDS Knowledge Exam

The written knowledge exam for a learner’s permit or driver’s license is a two-part test.

The first part has a set of questions on the meaning of Georgia highway signs. You must identify road signs by color, shape, symbols, and their message. To pass this part you must correctly answer 15 out of 20 questions.

The second part is a road rules test. It asks questions about your responsibilities as a driver, Georgia traffic laws, safe driving techniques, and common rules of the road. This part also requires 15 correct answers.

Remember, you cannot combine the results on the two tests to reach a passing score. You must pass each test with a score of at least 75%.

This Practice Test

This practice test focus only on the road signs shown in the Georgia Driver’s Manual. Not all will appear on your exam, but you never know which question you will get on your exam since the test is random.

You should always get a copy of the manual (a hard copy from a service center or a PDF-version from Georgia DDS website .

The practice test is designed to help you learn and understand the most common road signs, but you should not rely solely on this test.

Make sure you also study the driver’s manual and read the description of each sign. It does not only tell you the name of the sign, but it also give information about how to act when you see the sign on Georgia highways. For your road skills test and your future safety you must know what is expected of you when you see certain signs on the highway.

The practice test has 20 random questions, just like the real exam. Each test will be slightly different from the previous.

Take as many tests as you need until you can reach a full score without any mistakes.

Is it the same questions on the real DMV test?

The Road Rules Test

You can practice for the road rules test here: Georgia DDS Driver Tests & Permit Practice Tests

Georgia DDS Driver Exam & Permit Practice - Driver's Prep

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