Kansas Road Signs Test 1

There’s a reason road signs are an essential piece of Kansas driver’s education. Road signs provide necessary information that ensures everyone’s safety.
Understanding what each road sign means is essential for making good driving decisions. For example, yield signs inform drivers how to identify when it’s safe to proceed an intersection, while the big red octagons we so often see on the roads indicate when that a complete stop must be made. Another big advantage of knowing your road signs is that you may find it a lot easier to navigate your way around unusual surroundings and miss traffic backups and more. Whether you’re a student driver or want to just test your knowledge of Kansas road signs, always remember to pay attention to those road signs – they just might save your life.

Kansas Road Sign Test

Are you ready to gauge your knowledge on the road signs in Kansas? Press start to begin and see how you score.

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If you’re preparing for your upcoming driving test, signs will be an important element to be knowledgeable about. Our multiple-choice traffic road signs test is completely free and has a massive database of traffic signs for you to practice on your way to building your confidence for your test day. Road signs fall into three basic categories - regulatory signs, warning signs, and informative signs.  Our free DMV road sign test includes 25 multiple-choice questions and has no time limit. So take your time and feel free to take this test as often as you would like. Click the “Start Test” button below to begin your road sign practice test.

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What does this sign indicate?

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What should you look out for if you notice this sign while driving?

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In this lane, in which direction(s) is it legal to drive at 5:15 pm?

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The average score is 72%

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