Which road signs are covered on the drivers license test?

The drivers license test covers all road signs. This means before taking a road sign test you must educate yourself on all eight shapes and all eight colors of traffic signs. Many of the questions will be framed around a sign's shape or color.

For instance, you may be asked, "What does a brown sign with white lettering indicate?" And the answer, of course, recreation and historical points of interest. You will not be able to pass a drivers license test without knowing the traffic signs.

To educate yourself, grab a copy of your state's drivers manual. You can do this by visiting any DMV office or downloading a copy from your state's DMV Web site. You'll find an entire section devoted to traffic signs, giving you all the information you'll need to know to correctly answer the road sign test.

After studying the manual, gauge your knowledge by taking practice tests. These can be found in drivers manuals and online from a number of Internet services. Just like a real drivers test, practice exams will feature multiple choice questions, many of which will test your traffic signs knowledge.

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