Connecticut DMV Road Signs Test

Pass the Road Signs portion of the Connecticut Permit test with our FREE Connecticut Road Signs Practice Tests. Study real road signs questions from the DMV Handbook.


1. This is a 'radio station ahead' road sign.
2. This sign warns the drivers that they should not leave the pavement.
3. The broken yellow lines on the pavement mean that passing is not allowed.
4. This is a 'bump ahead' road sign.
5. This is a 't-intersection ahead' road sign.
6. This is a 'stop sign ahead' road sign.
7. This is a 'school zone' road sign.
8. This is an 'upcoming side road' road sign.
9. This is a 'flagperson ahead' sign.
10. This is a 'deer crossing' road sign.
11. This is a 'road shoulder much higher than road surface' road sign.
12. This is a 'do not park' road sign.
13. This is a 'right turn not allowed' road sign.
14. This is a 'keep to the right of the traffic island' road sign.
15. This is a 'u-turn only' road sign.
16. This is a 'road entering a curve ahead' road sign.
17. This is a 'no phones allowed' road sign.
18. This is a 'no trucks allowed' road sign.
19. This is a 'left turn only' road sign.
20. This arrow sign means 'turn left or go straight'
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Connecticut Road Signs Practice Test

In Connecticut, earning your driver's license requires a series of steps to prove your ability to navigate the roads. Before you can demonstrate your driving skills with a road test, you must successfully pass a written exam. Connecticut's written exam includes a section on road signs. There are over 500 road signs used in the United States. These signs contain information about traffic rules, warn you of hazards, and show where you are or where you are going. Recognizing them by their shape, color, and content is critical to your driving success. That is why they are an integral part of Connecticut's written exam.

A Road Signs Practice Test will prepare you for this section of the exam. The road signs in this practice test are the same ones that are included in the Connecticut Driver Handbook. Practicing these road signs in advance of the written exam will help you memorize them. You are only allowed to miss a few questions on the exam to receive a passing grade, so mastering the road signs improves your chances of success on your first attempt. If you do not pass, not only will you be required to retake the written exam, you will have to pay the fees again. Save time and money by being well-prepared for the Connecticut written exam. Use this Road Signs Practice Test to help you master your road signs.