Take this little traffic quiz to see how much you really know about traffic regulations.
It is not a “Regulatory” sign. Regulatory signs are black on white or white on red or a combination of those colors only. Orange and Yellow are “Warning” signs and unenforceable under the federal MUTCD.
Yes, but there must be a specific “State Statute or City Municipal Code” which makes it a law.
It’s the wrong color. The right color is white on red.
That you can only access the highway via on ramps.
The flagman is not wearing a protective vest or a hard hat. But most importantly, he’s not paying any attention to oncoming traffic.
The exit numbers are the mile markers for that highway and can be used to determine how far you still have to drive.
Federal and State highways use a system which has the numbers beginning at the state line and they increase North to South and West to East. For spurs and loops it is where the highway begins. There are some state highways which do not follow this system.
Part 2 of the Federal MUTCD recommends the number tab on the sign be on the side of the sign the motorist will exit. If the tab is on the left it is a left exit, if the tab is on the right it is a right exit.
Yes, the Code of Federal Regulations mandates that all jurisdictions follow as a minimum the Federal MUTCD.
Some jurisdictions have the ramp traffic “Yield” by using a “Yield” sign at the end of the ramp. Other Jurisdictions have a law which requires the highway traffic to Yield to ramp traffic. It is all based on the jurisdictions laws.