U.S. Road Sign
Practice Test


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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The speed indicated on this sign is a:

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In this lane, in which direction(s) is it legal to drive at 9:42 am?

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The speed indicated on this sign is a:

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What does this sign indicate?

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Why Take the United States Road Sign Practice Test

It’s important to know the various types of road signs you will encounter while driving, that’s why road signs are a critical part of the driving permit test as well as the written test portion of the driving exam. Regardless of your state, you will have to be able to successfully pass your road signs test. The major categories of road signs are:

  • Regulatory Signs, usually black text on white background, dictate rules of driving such as speed limit and one-way signs.
  • Warning Signs, usually black text on a yellow background, give you notice of issues coming up on the road such as a need to merge into another lane or a sharp curve ahead.
  • Informative Signs, usually white text on a blue background, provide information on things such as parking locations or an upcoming rest area.

In addition to those three major categories mentioned above, you may also be presented with recreation signs (white text on brown background) which might indicate state parks or hiking trails nearby; construction signs which could list any number of temporary road condition and are always black text on an orange background; and guide signs (white text on green background) which provide directions such as street names and lane indicators for highway interchanges.

Regardless of the specific names of the road sign categories, you will need to be able to quickly identify the sign and react to the data being presented.  Scroll up and take our practice street signs test. If you want to pass your driving test, road sign identification will be critical to your success. We have nearly every sign available from drivers handbooks across the country, so take the free practice road signs test regularly to stay up to date as you work towards your learners permit or driver’s license.