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Virginia Road Sign Recognition Test

This Virginia Road Sign Practice Test
  Questions in each set: 10
  Question pool: 100+
  Type of test: Random multiple-choice
  Pass score: 100%

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The 25-question knowledge test

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The 25-question knowledge test

#1. This sign means:

Lane reduction. The right lane ends soon and there will be fewer lanes ahead. Drivers in the right lane must merge left when space opens up. Drivers in the left lane should allow other vehicles to merge smoothly.

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#2. When you see this sign, you must:

Do not pass. This sign marks the beginning of a no passing zone. You may not pass cars ahead of you in your lane, even if the way is clear.

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#3. When you approach this road sign, you should:

Reduced speed limit ahead: Prepare to reduce your speed. The speed limit is changing ahead.

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#4. This sign means:

You must come to a complete stop at the sign, stop line, pedestrian crosswalk, or curb. Wait for any vehicle or pedestrian to clear the way.

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#5. What does this sign tell you?

Winding Road. The road ahead winds with a series of turns or curves. On all curves, slow down for better control.

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#6. What does this sign mean?

School zone/School crossing: Watch out for children crossing the street or playing. Be ready to slow down or stop. Obey speed limits and signals from any crossing guards. A second sign with an arrow may show the actual location of the crosswalk. School signs may be yellow or yellow-green.

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#7. What does this sign mean?

No Left Turn: Left turns are against the law. In Virginia, U-turns are considered two left turns and are also illegal if this sign is posted.

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#8. When you see this sign, what should you expect ahead?

Sharp left and right turns

This sign is used in advance of two turns that have advisory speeds of 30 mph or less.

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#9. This road sign means:

Y Intersection. You must bear either right or left ahead.

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#10. This road sign indicates that:

Traffic signal ahead.

Slow down and be ready to stop at the signal ahead.

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Virginia DMV Two-Part Knowledge Test

When you apply for a Virginia learner permit or driver license, the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will give you two computerized tests.

    A road sign identification test
    A general knowledge test

You must correctly identify 10 road signs from the Virginia Driver’s Manual. There is no room for mistakes on this part of the test. You must pass this test before you can move on to the second part of the exam.

Virginia Road Signs Test at Driversprep.com

Virginia Road Sign Practice

This Virginia road sign practice test addresses all of the important signs described in the manual and that you are expected to know, including the use of shapes, colors, and symbols.

The test has 10 random questions drawn from a pool of more than 100 questions. You can take the test several times to make sure you have a solid knowledge of all signs that can show up on your test.

It is a good idea not only to learn “the name” of sign, but also how sage driving practices apply when you encounter some of the warning signs.


Virginia Road Safety

For your safety on Virginia roads, you should learn all common road signs that you may encounter on our highways, but for your test you must focus on the ones described in the manual.

Get the latest version of the Driver’s Manual from a Virginia DMV service center, your driver education course, or download a PDF-version online . The manual is usually updated once or twice per year, so make sure you have the latest version when you start studying.

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