Driving Note Cards

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Flashing Yellow

"STOP". You can make a right turn against a red traffic signal light after you stop.

Red Arrow

"STOP". Remain stopped until the green arrow appears. Do not turn against a red arrow.

Flashing Red

"STOP". After stopping you may proceed when it is safe.

Solid Yellow

"CAUTION". The red traffic signal light it about to appear. When you see the yellow signal light stop if you can do so safely if not enter the intersection cautiously.

Yellow Arrow

The "protected" turning time period is ending. Be prepared to obey the next traffic signal light.

Flashing Yellow Arrow

"PROCEED WITH CAUTION". Slow down and be alert before entering the intersection. You do not need to stop for a flashing yellow signal light.

Solid Green

"GO"

Green Arrow

"GO". You must turn in the direction the arrow is pointing

Roundabouts

Is an intersection where traffic travels around a central island in a counter-clockwise direction.

School Zone

Driving within 500 to 1,000 feet of a school the posted speed limit is 25 mph

Alleys

The speed limit in alley ways is 15 mph.

Buisness & Residential

The speed limit is 25 mph.

Solid Yellow Lines

Mark the center of a road used for two-way traffic.

Broken Yellow Lines

Indicate that you may pass if the broken line is next to your driving lane.

Two Solid Yellow Lines

Indicate no passing. Never drive to the left of these lines

Two sets of solid double yellow lines spaced 2 feet or more apart

Solid White Lines

Mark traffic lanes going in the same direction such as one-way streets.

Broken White Lines

Seperate traffic lanes on roads with two or more lanes in the same direction

Double White Lines

Are two solid white lines that indicate a lane barrier. Never change lanes while in these lanes.