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These regulatory signs are all about reducing your speed. Regulatory road signs for stop indicate that traffic is always required to stop. The regulatory road sign yield assigns right-of-way to traffic on certain approaches to an intersection. Vehicles controlled by a YIELD sign need to slow down or stop when necessary to avoid interfering with conflicting traffic. The regulatory road sign, traffic signal, directs traffic to do, or not to do something at the approaching traffic signal. The regulatory road sign traffic prohibition is used to keep traffic from traveling in the wrong direction and to exclude certain types of vehicles from certain roads.
Traffic is always required to stop.
Traffic from all directions is always required to stop.
Traffic from 4 directions is always required to stop.
Traffic is always required to stop for any pedestrians within the crosswalk.
Traffic is required to give right-of-way to traffic on certain approaches to an intersection. Traffic needs to slow down or stop when necessary to avoid interfering with conflicting traffic.
Traffic must yield to oncoming traffic.
Traffic is always required to yield to any pedestrians within the crosswalk.
Traffic is always required to yield to any pedestrians crossing the street at the point on the street which is indicated by the arrow.
Traffic is always required to yield to any pedestrians crossing the street at the point on the street which is indicated by the arrow.
Traffic must stop at the designated spot when the traffic light is red.
Traffic must stop at the designated spot when the traffic light is red.
Turns are not permitted when the traffic light is red.
Turns are not permitted when the traffic light is red.
Turns are not permitted when the traffic light is red.
Traffic must stop and then may turn right when the traffic light is showing a red arrow.
Traffic may turn left when the traffic light is green but must give the right of way to oncoming traffic.
Traffic may turn left when the traffic light is green but must give the right of way to oncoming traffic.
Traffic may turn left only when the traffic light is showing a green arrow.
Traffic must use the lane with a green arrow.
Designates a left turn signal.
Traffic making a U-turn must give the right of way to oncoming traffic making a right turn.
Turning traffic must give the right of way to pedestrians.
Traffic is instructed not to block the intersection.
Designates an emergency signal.
Designates specific times for certain actions.
Designates specific times for certain actions.
Indicates traffic laws are photo enforced.
Indicates traffic laws are photo enforced.
Do not enter the designated road which consists of oncoming traffic only.
Do not enter the designated road which consists of oncoming traffic only.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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