U.S. Traffic Signs Picture Quiz #1

Can you identify these traffic signs based on their images?
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Some signs altered to remove text that would give away the answer.
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Last updated: September 21, 2017
First submittedSeptember 20, 2017
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No Bicycles
 
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Cattle Crossing
 
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Yield
 
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Low Clearance
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Street Name
 
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No U-turn
 
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Railroad
 
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Bike Lane
 
 
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Stop
 
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Hospital
 
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No Parking
 
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Reserved Parking
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School
 
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Exit
 
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Speed Limit
 
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No Left Turn
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Turn Right
 
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Tow Away Zone
 
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Roundabout
 
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Do Not Enter
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Level 72
Sep 20, 2017
So, No Cycling/cycles/bikes is not accepted, but it has to be bike lane. How about bicycle lane? A little more flexibility can be expected.
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Level 73
Sep 20, 2017
Bicycle lane and No bikes already exist, but other suggestions are good.
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Level 80
Sep 20, 2017
Add some more type-ins please, especially for us non Americans? Like "give way" for "yield"? Also maybe "right turn" for "turn right", or "no entry" for "do not enter".
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Level 74
Sep 20, 2017
Also, railway crossing. The only English-speaking country that uses the term "railroad" is United States, although the "RR" on that sign points to that being a US siagn.
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Level 74
Sep 20, 2017
Also the term "reverse curve" is unknown in New Zealand - not sure about other countries though.
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Level 73
Sep 21, 2017
I changed the name of this quizz since the U.S. have their own rules about traffic signs. I also changed some of the signs that had lowest guessing percentage. For sure there will be more quizzes about traffic signs in other parts of the world.
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Level 74
Sep 21, 2017
I'm looking forward to your international traffic signs quiz!
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Level 50
Sep 22, 2017
Why isn't some form of "handicap/disabled parking" accepted for Reserved Parking? Reserved Parking could be for ANYONE (executive, employee of the month, pregnant women, veterans etc) And also I think street sign should be accepted for street name.
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Level 73
Sep 22, 2017
That is what text on the sign says.