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Flashcards in Pavement Markings Deck (17):
1

Crossing a broken line to change lanes or pass is permitted, true or false?

True

2

Yellow lines mean that vehicles on each side of the yellow line must travel in..

Opposite directions. A yellow line should always be on the drivers left side.

3

Solid yellow lines single or double indicate that passing IS permitted true or false?

False, passing is not permitted on a single or double solid line.

4

Broken yellow lines indicate that passing is not permitted true or false?

False. Passing is permitted on broken yellow lines

5

A solid yellow line and a broken yellow line together indicate that

A driver on the broken yellow line is permitted to pass but the driver on the solid yellow line is not permitted to pass.

6

White lines mean that vehicles on each side of the white line are travelling in the...

Same direction.

7

Passing or changing lanes on a solid line is not permitted, true or false?

True

8

SOLID WHITE LINES indicate that lane changing is...

Not permitted.

9

BROKEN WHITE LINES indicate that lane changing..

Is permitted.

10

Arrows marked on pavement indicate..

The vehicle movements permitted in a lane

11

Diamond markings indicate that a lane is reserved for..

Special or specific vehicles.

12

Vehicles ARE NOT ALLOWED to drive in the bicycle lanes except when..

Needing to turn or enter/exit a parking spot.

13

X markings on the pavement on rural highways indicate ..

The approach to a railway crossing.

14

Painted islands indicate that..

The area is not to be used for travel by any road users

15

Motorists can cross painted islands ONLY WHEN

Entering or leaving a driveway, alleyway or private drive.

16

You can park or stop in an painted island. True or false.

False

17

Drivers should not stop in a "no stopping zone" because..

They may interfere with other vehicles that are turning from one roadway to another.