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Visit MyFlorida. Traffic als are placed at intersections to keep traffic moving and avoid accidents. Drivers, pedestrians, and bicycle riders must obey these als except when an officer is directing traffic. Stop on the stop line if your car is nearest the al. Some als change only when a car is at the stop line. If traffic als are out of order, stop as you would for a four-way stop . Come to a complete stop at the marked stop line or before moving into the crosswalk or intersection.
After stopping, you may turn right on red at most intersections if the way is clear. Left turns on red from a one-way street into a one-way street are also allowed. Go — but only if the intersection is clear. Yield to pedestrians and vehicles still in the intersection. If turning left, wait for gap in oncoming traffic to complete turn. After stopping, you may turn right on red arrow at most intersections if the way is clear.
Left turns on red arrow from a one-way street into a one-way street are also allowed. Stop if you can. The light will soon be red. The yellow arrow means the same as the yellow light, but applies only to movement in the direction of the arrow. A green arrow, pointing right or left, means you may make a turn in the direction of the arrow. If the red light is burning at the same time, you must be in the proper lane for such a turn, and you must yield the right-of-way to vehicles and pedestrians within the intersection.
A flashing red light means the same thing as a stop . It is used at dangerous intersections. A flashing yellow light means you may move forward with caution. It is used at or just before dangerous intersections, or to alert you to a warning such as a school crossing or sharp curve.
You must never drive in a lane under a red X. A yellow X means that your lane al is going to change to red. Prepare to leave the lane safely. You may drive in lanes beneath the green arrow, but you must also obey all other s and als. There are eight shapes and eight colors of traffic s. Each shape and each color has an exact meaning, so you must acquaint yourself with all of them.
ROUND : railroad advance warning s. Stop s are always octagonal 8 sided. A stop means that you must bring your vehicle to a complete halt at the marked stop line. If there is no marked stop line, stop before entering the crosswalk on the near side of the intersection. If there is no crosswalk, stop at a point nearest the intersecting roadway where you have a clear view of approaching traffic on the intersecting roadway before entering the intersection.
A four-way stop means that there are four stop s at this intersection. Traffic from all four directions must stop. The first vehicle to reach the intersection should move forward first. If two vehicles reach the intersection at the same time, the driver on the left yields to the driver on the right. Slow down and give vehicles crossing your path the right-of-way. If the way is clear, you may move forward slowly without stopping. Yield s are usually placed where auxiliary ro lead into major ro.
You are entering a no passing zone. This is placed on the left side of the road, facing the driver. Narrow bridge. These s warn you of special conditions or dangers ahead. Words or symbols on the will show why you need to use caution. See s for typical warning s. As you approach this , slow down, watch for children crossing the road.
Stop if necessary. Obey als from any crossing guards. Here are some common warning s. These s give you advance notice of possible hazards ahead. Drive with caution. Remember that a red circle with a slash means NO. The shows you what is not allowed. No U-turn. You must not make a right turn at this intersection. You cannot go straight ahead. You must turn either to the right or left. You are going the wrong way on an expressway exit ramp. Do not drive past this . Turn around immediately.
A divided highway is ahead. Stay on the right side of the divider. Parking only for vehicles displaying an official permit and transporting a disabled person. You may travel only in the direction of the arrow. This lists the maximum recommended safe speed for an entrance or exit on an expressway.
Slow down to whatever speed is shown. You may not turn right or left during the red light. You must wait for the al to turn green. A diamond-shaped marking shows that a lane is reserved for certain purposes or certain vehicles. The lanes are usually reserved for buses or car-pool vehicles during rush hour traffic. Other diamond s are used to deate bicycle lanes. The center lane is shared for left turns in both directions of travel. You must not pass any other vehicles going in the same direction as you are, while you are in this area.
When you have passed this , you are again permitted to pass other vehicles with care. Traffic in left lane must turn left at the intersection ahead. Stopping permitted only for emergencies. You are approaching an area where a reduced speed zone has been established. At the intersection ahead traffic in left lane must turn left and traffic in ading lane may turn left or continue straight ahead. This is used on multiple lane highways to advise slower driving traffic to stay in the right hand lane; and also to do so when approached from behind by other traffic even if you are doing the speed limit.
This marks a one-way roadway with traffic coming toward you. You must not enter the one-way roadway at this point. You must not turn either to the right or to the left at this intersection. If you park, you must always park off the pavement of the highway. When entering a right turn lane motorists will conflict with bicycle through movements. Always yield. The animal pictured on the is common in this area: watch for this species crossing the road particularly during twilight and nighttime hours.
There are several s, als and pavement markings that indicate highway railroad crossings. When you see one of them, slow down and be ready to stop. Trains cannot stop quickly. An average freight train traveling at 30 MPH needs a stopping distance of more than half a mile. Longer trains moving at faster speeds can take one and a half miles or more to stop.
Any pedestrian or person driving a vehicle and approaching a railroad highway grade crossing must stop within 50 feet but not less than 15 feet from the nearest rail of the the railroad when the electrical or mechanical warning devices are flashing, the crossing gate is lowered, a human flagger is warning of an approaching train, or an approaching train is clearly visible and is in close proximity to the railroad highway grade crossing.
Do not proceed until you can do so safely. Pavement markings, consisting of an RXR followed by a stop line closer to the tracks, may be painted on the paved approach to a crossing. Any person walking or driving a vehicle must stop within 50 feet but not less than 15 feet of the crossing. Stay behind the stop line while waiting for a train to pass. The advance warning is usually the first you see when approaching a highway-rail intersection. The advance warning advises you to slow down, look, and listen for a train, and be prepared to stop if a train is approaching.
Crossbuck s are found at highway-rail intersections. They are yield s. You are legally required to yield the right of way to trains. Slow down, look and listen for a train, and stop if a train approaches. When the road crosses over more than one set of tracks, a below the crossbuck will indicate the of tracks.
At many highway-rail crossings, the crossbuck has flashing red lights and bells. When the lights begin to flash, stop! A train is approaching. Do not move forward until you can do so safely. If there is more than one track, make sure all tracks are clear before crossing. In heavy traffic make sure there is room for your vehicle on the other side before starting to cross. Many crossings have gates with flashing red lights and bells. Stop when the lights begin to flash, and before the gate lowers across your side of the road.
Do not move forward until the gates are raised and the lights stop flashing as there may be a train approaching on an adjacent track.We watched a truck drive through a red light
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