Test Your Road Safety Sign Smarts How many of these road safety signs can you correctly identify? by Team Onlia On The Road Sep 13, 2018 3 min read SHARE The Fall is the perfect season for going on a road trip in Canada. With leaves beginning to change colour, you're bound to see some stunning views. It’s also likely you’ll come across some pretty ambiguous road signs on your travels, maybe ones that you don’t usually see in your local area. If you find yourself scratching your head at some of the wackier and more puzzling ones, it may be time to hone your sign-reading skills. We’ve found eight of them to boost your knowledge and better prepare you for the road. ANSWER: Do not turn left during the times shown. ANSWER: There may be water on the road. Slow down and keep control of the vehicle. ANSWER: Only public vehicles such as buses or cars carrying a specified minimum number of passengers can use this lane. ANSWER: This sign can be found on the back of buses, to remind motorists to yield when approaching one at a designated bus stop, once the bus has signalled that it will return to the lane. ANSWER: Not a lookout point! This one means there's a survey crew working on the road ahead. Proceed with caution. ANSWER: These signs may look similar, but they actually mean slightly different things. The orange sign indicates that the pavement has been milled or grooved and that your vehicle's stopping ability may be affected. The yellow sign on the bottom indicates that there's a bump or uneven pavement ahead. For both signs, obey the speed limit and keep your vehicle in control. ANSWER: This is a "slow-moving vehicle" sign. It signals to other drivers that an onward vehicle is travelling at 40km/h or less. Vehicles incapable of sustaining speeds over 40km/h must display this sign. Watch for these slower vehicles and reduce your speed as necessary. ANSWER: Deer frequently cross this road, so be watchful for animals. LIKE THIS ARTICLE? Subscribe & get more from Onlia Sign up for our newsletter and get our best stories delivered to your inbox. I agree to receive newsletters and special offers from Onlia, and understand that I can unsubscribe whenever I want. Thanks! You’ll hear from us soon. Hmm, something went wrong. Please try again later, or contact us for help. Sorry! Email me How many of the above signs could you correctly identify? Tweet us your score @OnliaCA#OnliaCA, and visit the Ontario Government Ministry of Transportation website to explore more common road traffic signs.