How can I study for the traffic sign recognition test?

To get your drivers license, you will need to take a road sign test to correctly answer traffic sign recognition questions. It's a staple of every DMV exam. 

To study for the DMV traffic sign recognition test you should consult your state's drivers manual. You'll find detailed information showing and describing every imaginable road sign. 

Taking a practice test is another great way of studying. Most state DMV sites offer sample road test sign questions. There are also many terrific online sites that offer sample traffic sign recognition tests. Questions on the road sign test mirror the ones you'll find on actual tests, alternating between identifying signs by shapes and by colors, and being asked to describe what each one means. Taking one of these tests will help you pass the drivers license exam.

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