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STUDY GUIDE FOR CHAPTER 3
LESSON 1
Regulatory and Warning Signs
A. Look at the shapes of the signs below. Under each sign, explain what kind of sign it is and what
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B. FIND OUT MORE. In the next week, take notes on your way to and from school. What regulatory
and warning signs are there on this route?
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LESSON 2
Guide and International Signs
A. Write the letter of the statement that defines each sign below.
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= Route Marker
= Recreational Area Sign
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B = Destination Sign
E = Roadside Services
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B. In the next week, look over the roads in your area. What international signs, if any, exist where
you live? Where are they located?
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LESSON 3
Pavement Markings
A. Select the phrase that best completes each sentence below. Write the letter of the answer you have
chosen to the left of each question.
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1. Yellow lines separate traffic going
a. in opposite directions.
c. off an exit ramp.
b. in the same direction.
d. around a curve.
2. A solid yellow line to your left on the road means that you are in or at
a. a railroad crossing.
c. a one-way street.
b. a no-passing zone.
d. an intersection.
3. White lines parallel to the roadway
a. separate traffic going in
c. separate parking spaces.
opposite directions.
b. separate traffic going in
the same direction.
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d. separate traffic around
curves.
4. On divided highways, a single solid yellow line
a. marks the right edge of
c. marks the left edge of the roadway.
b. means that you may not pass.
d. means none of the above.
B. In the sp'ace below, three passing situations are described. In the space above the descriptions,
draw in the roadway markings that would show the passing situation. With arrows, indicate the
direction in which your vehicle is moving.
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FIND OUT MORE. In the next week, see if you can find an example of an area that has diagonal
"zebra" lines on the pavement. Where did you find this marking? What do the lines mean?
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LESSON 4
Traffic-Control Devices
A. Look at the following lane-use lights. Describe what they mean in the space below.
1. Red X
2. Green arrow
3. Yellow X
4. Flashing yellow X
Red X Do not drive in this lane.
Green arrow You are permitted to drive in this lane.
Yellow X Use with caution for left turn movements only.
Flashing yellow X Vacate this lane because it soon will be a red X.
B. Describe the actions that you should take if you encounter the following traffic signals.
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At a flashing signal, you should either
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A flashing red signal means stop and proceed only when safe to do so
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At a flashing yellow signal, you should slow down and proceed with caution
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If a police officer is directing traffic at a signal, you should follow the officer's signals
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FIND OUT MORE. Call your state's department of motor vehicles and ask them what the
procedure is for a physically challenged person to get a driver's license in your state. How are the
tests administered? For what length of time are the licenses issued?
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