Where are yield signs usually placed?

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Where do you usually find yield right - of - way signs posted?

right before a intersection

Where do you usually find ''yield right-of-way'' signs posted?

Generally "Yield Right of Way", "Yield" or "Yield Ahead" signs are posted on "approaches to a through street or Highway where conditions are such that a stop is not always required" in the United States. They are also sometimes used in the merging of traffic where safety dictates that one or more lanes must give right of way to the other lanes. Most often yield signs are posted where there is sufficient visibility that merging traffic does not necessarily have to come to a stop before entering a roadway, although you still MUST yield the right-of-way to traffic in that lane.

A regulation sign is usually what color?

They are often white, although some are red (stop and yield signs).

Are there still yellow yield signs?


When there is a intersection and no sign do you yield?

At intersections without "STOP" or "YIELD" signs, slow down and be ready to stop. Yield to traffic and pedestrians already in the intersection or just entering the intersection.At "T" intersections without "STOP" or "YIELD" signs, yield to traffic and pedestrians on the through road. They have the right-of-way.

Which commercial signs stand out the most?

The commercial signs which stand out the most are the ones which grab the attention of passers by. These are usually strategically placed, funny and bright so as not to be missed.

What is the difference between Traffic Signs and Traffic Signals?

Traffic signs can only display one piece of information and they are normally not illuminated. Traffic signs are usually put on posts on the side of the road and tell you to stop, yield, or what the speed limit is. Traffic signals have a series of lights (usually Red, Yellow, and Green), which change to give motorists multiple directions. Traffic signals are usually placed in intersections, and aside from telling drivers to go and stop, can also flash arrow signals to tell drivers in a turning lane when to make a turn.

At an intersection having no traffic signs or signals you must yield the right-of-way if?

You ALWAYS yield to the vehicle on your right.

What world wide shapes are equilaterial triangles?

Yield signs.

If a coupon bond is selling at par does the current yield equal its yield to maturity?

Yield usually refers to yield to maturity. If a bond is trading at par it usually means the yield to maturity is equal to the coupon.

What is yield signs?

In road transport a Yield or Give Way sign indicated that a driver must be prepared to stop and yield or stop for another driver who has right of way

What are some road signs used for?

There are a wide range of road signs that are used for various reasons. There are stop signs to warn people to stop at intersections, Yield signs so that one will yield to oncoming traffic, Deer Crossing signs to warn of areas where there might be deer crossing the road as well as Speed Limit signs to warn drivers of the allowed speed in a designated area.