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Missouri Road Sign Recognition Test

This Practice Test
  Number of questions on each road sign practice test:16
  Question pool:100+
  This is a randomized practice test



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The written test

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The written test

#1. To go straight ahead at this intersection, you must enter:

Lane control signs use an arrow symbol to tell you which direction you can go from each lane. The signs are along the road or hanging over the road.


#2. This sign marks a sharp turn where the recommended speed is:

Sharp Turn. A turn sign is used to warn of a sharp turn or turn where the recommended maximum speed is 30 mph or less.


#3. Signs with fluorescent yellow-green background alerts you to:

Fluorescent yellow-green signs warn drivers of nearby schools, school bus stops, and school crossings. Watch for children crossing the road. These signs are traditionally yellow but are being transitioned to yellow green. This transition will take effect within the next ten years. The color will also be used for pedestrian crossings and bicycle crossings.


#4. When you see a sign with this shape, color, and symbol, you must:

When you see this sign at roadway openings, do not enter this road. The road is closed to traffic from your direction.


#5. When you see a sign with this shape and color, you must:

Stop signs are always octagonal (8-sided). A stop sign means that you must bring your vehicle to a complete halt at the marked stop line. If there is no marked stop line, stop before entering the crosswalk on the near side of the intersection. If there is no crosswalk, stop at a point nearest the intersecting roadway where you have a clear view of approaching traffic on the intersecting roadway before entering the intersection.


#6. This sign indicates:

The highway entry/exit ramp has a speed advisory. It shows a recommended safe speed to use. Although you may feel comfortable driving at a higher speed in fair weather, you should never do so in rain, snow, or icy conditions.


#7. What does this sign mean?

Slippery when wet. The road ahead becomes unusually slippery in wet weather. Drive carefully in these conditions.


#8. What should you do when you approach this sign?

Speed reduction sign. Advance notice to upcoming speed limit change. Be prepared to slow down. There are several types of work zones that take place on Missouri roadways. Knowing the difference between these work zones will help you understand what to expect when driving through them.


#9. This sign tells you:

No Right Turn. This sign means that you are not allowed to turn right at the intersection.


#10. You see this sign attached to the back of a vehicle ahead. What should you do?

Slow Moving Vehicle. A reflective orange triangle on the rear of a vehicle means it is traveling less than 25 mph. You may see this sign on construction equipment or farm vehicles.


#11. What does this sign mean?

Stop Ahead. There is a stop sign ahead on the road you are on. Be prepared to stop.


#12. If you turn right into the side road, you should expect:

Side Road Railroad Crossing. This sign tells you there is a railroad crossing if you turn right into the side road.


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

Side Road Ahead. Another road enters the road from the direction shown on the sign. Watch out for traffic entering from the side road and oncoming traffic turning.


#14. This sign tells you:

Reduction of lanes. There will be fewer lanes ahead.

Two lanes of traffic will soon become one lane of traffic. If you are in the right lane you must merge left, yielding to traffic driving in the left lane.


#15. This is the shape and background color of:

This is an example of an Interstate highway sign.

The shape of route signs indicate the type of roadway, interstate, U.S., state, or county. When planning a trip, use a highway map to determine your route. During the trip, follow the route signs. This will help you stay on your route.


#16. This sign warns of:

Object markers are used to notify drivers of objects in the roadway or very close to the edge of the roadway. This sign emphasizes the need to not stray outside of the marked travel lane.

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Missouri Permit and License Examinations

The Missouri driver’s examination has four distinctive tests.

  • Vision screening
  • Road sign recognition
  • Written knowledge test
  • Road skills test

When you apply for your first Missouri learner’s permit must pass the vision screening, a road sign recognition test, and a written knowledge test at a Missouri State Highway Patrol driver examination station.

To be eligible for the first driver’s license, you must also pass the road skills examination.

When you renew your Missouri driver’s license in person, you must also take road sign recognition test again.

This MO Road Sign Recognition Test

This sample test helps you study for the road sign recognition part of your exam. It has 16 questions about all the road sign described in the Missouri Driver Guide .

You should aim for a full score on each practice test, it will help you on the real exam and also help you when you start driving. Knowing signs by color, shape, symbols, and meaning is important for safety on the road.

The real examination puts special emphasis on these signs:

Missouri road sign study sheet

The Missouri Written Knowledge Test

In addition to the road sign recognition test, new drivers must also pass the 25-question written test.

A practice test is available here: Missouri Permit Practice & Driver License Test

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