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Test your knowledge in our road sign quiz

When learning to drive, one of the first things that we must familiarise ourselves with are road signs. The Highway Code has pages dedicated to signs giving orders, instruction signs, warning signs, direction signs, information signs and road works signs which are displayed at roadsides throughout the UK.

Road signs are there to warn and inform drivers and can be a vital key to avoiding car accidents. It is necessary for motorists to know the meaning of all signs so that they can abide by the law and use the signs to their advantage. However, you would be surprised at how many people do not know what even the simplest of road signs mean.

If you are one of those motorists that are either unaware or disinterested in the meaning of road signs then you are putting yourself, your passengers, other road users and pedestrians in grave risk of sustaining personal injuries or even death as a result of a car accident.

Make sure that you are up to date with your Highway Code and road sign knowledge by taking part in The Claim Solicitors' road sign safety quiz. Just see whether you think a, b or c is the right description for the road sign and scroll to the bottom of the page to find out if you were correct:

1.

a) New roller coaster ride ahead

b) Other danger; plate below indicates nature of danger

c) Houmus on grass verge

2.

a) Elderly pickpockets in vicinity

b) Pensioners doing the conga

c) Frail (or blind or disabled if shown) pedestrians likely to cross road ahead

3.

a) Church ahead

b) Crossroads

c) Vampires ahead

4.

a) No entry for vehicular traffic

b) No driving in straight lines

c) Extremely narrow road ahead

5.

a) No overtaking

b) No red or black cars

c) No driving in two lanes

6.

a) Minimum speed

b) Maximum speed

c) Keep to exact speed

7.

a) One-way traffic

b) Forward facing traffic only

c) Ahead only

8.

a) Segregated pedal cycle and pedestrian route

b) Only adult cyclists accompanied by children

c) No bikes or pedestrians

9.

a) Maximum speed

b) Keep to exact speed

c) Minimum speed

Make a car accident compensation claim with us today
If you have been involved in a car crash that wasn't your fault and you would like to make a car accident claim for damages then you have come to the right place.

The Claim Solicitors are associated with a panel of personal injury solicitors who are highly experienced at dealing with car accident claims and will help you to claim personal injury compensation for pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost earnings and more.

Making a compensation claim through us is completely hassle-free and completely cost-free
Your personal injury solicitor will talk you through each stage of the claims process in plain English, without using legal jargon. We always work on a no win no fee basis our clients wont have to pay any up front costs.

For free legal advice have a chat with one of our claim advisors online today or request for them to call you back at a convenient time. Alternatively, to go ahead and make a car accident compensation claim where you are guaranteed to receive every penny awarded to you call 0800 197 32 32.

 

Answers:

1=b, 2=c, 3=b, 4=a, 5=a, 6=b, 7=c, 8=a, 9=c