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What is the speed limit for a blind intersection?

15 MPH


What is the speed limit in any alley?

15 MPH


What is the speed limit in business or residential districts unless otherwise posted?

25 MPH


What is the passing speed limit near street cars, trolleys, or buses?

No more than 10 MPH


What is the speed limit in safety zone or an intersection where a street car, trolley, or bus is stopped and traffic is controlled by a police officer or traffic signal?

No more than 10 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 unless you are:
-In a carpool lane/High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane that has a designated entrance on the left.
-Instructed by construction or other signs to drive on the other side of the road because your side of the road is closed or blocked.


Solid white lines?

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


Broken white lines?

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


Double white lines?

Double white lines are two solid white lines that indicate a lane barrier between a regular use and a preferential use, such as a carpool/HOV lane. Never change lanes while in these lanes; wait until a single broken white line appears. You may also see these parallel lines in or near freeway on and off ramps.


With a class C driver you may drive a?

A 3-axle vehicle if the gross vehicle weight is less than 6,000 pounds.