- Train Stop
This combination sign is seen near train crossings. The arrow points to the stop line.
- Directional Arrows 3
Sometimes roadway markings look very different when viewed from the side.
- Directional Arrows 2
Sometimes directional arrows get painted a different size—usually larger. Even if they are difficult to interpret, you are still responsible for obeying them.
- Directional Arrows 1
These directional arrows are in a bank parking lot, not the roadway. Do you still need to obey them?
- Yield While Walking
These yield signs are for pedestrians who are crossing a commercial driveway. Do you have to yield to oncoming vehicle traffic?
- No Outlet
What does this sign mean?
- Fire Hydrant Sign
Many municipalities, especially northern ones, install these signs around fire hydrants. Why?