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Tell about the traffic on your to school and how to go to school (5 to 10 sentences)

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  • Traffic signs and signals and what they meanSigns & SignalsWhat they mean

    Green Signal Light When the signal light turns green, cars go. When you cross the street at a signal light, you should wait for the walk signal. Some corners don't have a walk signal, so you should wait for the green light to show in your direction. Remember that cars may be turning, so be sure to look carefully to the Animated Left, Right & Left Again left, right and left again before crossing the street.
    Yellow Signal Light When the signal light turns yellow, cars should slow down and prepare to stop. If you are waiting to cross the street, you should not cross if the light is yellow. The light is about to turn red, and cars will enter the intersection.
    Red Signal Light When the signal light turns red, cars stop. If the light is red in your direction, you should not walk across the street.
    Walk Crossing Signal The WALK signal is found at busy intersections. It means that it is okay for you to cross the street. BUT you should always look both ways, by looking Animated Eyes - look left, right & left againleft, right and left again to make sure no cars are coming or turning into the area where you are going to cross the street.
    Walk Crossing Signal This signal is the same as the WALK sign. It has a picture of a person walking instead of using the word "WALK".
    Don't Walk Crossing Signal The DON'T WALK signal is part of the walk signal. You should wait to cross the street until the signal changes to WALK.
    Don't Walk Crossing Signal This signal is the same as the DON'T WALK sign. It is part of the signal with the picture of a person walking. This is a picture of a red hand, meaning you should STOP. You should wait to cross the street until the white picture of the person walking is showing.
    Flashing Don't Walk Signal When the red "DON'T WALK" sign is flashing, it means use caution.
    • If you are in the street, finish crossing the street.
    • If you have not started crossing the street, stay on the curb.
    Flashing Red Hand Signal The flashing red hand is the same as the flashing DON'T WALK sign, use caution.
    • If you are in the street, finish crossing the street.
    • If you have not started crossing the street, stay on the curb.
    Stop Sign Car drivers, bicyclists and in-line skaters must come to a complete stop at STOP signs. When there are no vehicles or pedestrians in the intersection and it is safe, you may go through the intersection.
    Yield Sign A yield sign means to slow down and be ready to stop.
    • If there are pedestrians or vehicles in or nearing the intersection, you must stop.
    • If there is no traffic in or nearing the intersection and it is safe, you may go through.
    Do Not Enter Sign Do not enter means that this is a one way street, and you may not go this way. This is also a rule for bikes and in-line skates.
    One Way sign This is a one way street, car drivers must drive in the direction of the arrow. This is also a rule for bikers and in-line skaters.
    Cross Walk Sign This sign means you are coming to a crosswalk.
    • Car drivers, bikers and in-line skaters must stop to allow people in the crosswalk to cross the street.
    • If you are using a crosswalk to cross the street, you should look carefully to the Animated Men looking to the left, right & left again. left, right and left again to be sure it is safe to cross.
    Intersection Sign This sign means that you are coming to an intersection and should use caution.
    School Crossing Zone Sign This sign means you are near a school.
    • When school is opening in the morning and closing in the afternoon, the school is a very busy and crowded area.
    • There are children being dropped off or picked up by both school buses and parents.
    • It is important to look carefully to the "Skippy" the Traffic Safety Owl looking to the left, right and left again. left, right and left again if you have to cross the street.
    • If you must walk through parked traffic, stop and look carefully before stepping out from between vehicles.
    • Remember the danger areas close to school buses where the driver can't see you.
    • Don't run to catch up with your friends or run between parked cars and buses.

    For more information on school bus and school zone safety, see the School Bus and School Zone Safety Kids Page.

    Railroad Crossing Warning Sign This sign means you are coming to a railroad crossing.
    • Railroad tracks are uneven. You should not try to bicycle or in-line skate over them.
    • Many railroad grade crossings have a gate with a bell and blinking lights that closes when a train is approaching.
    • NEVER go around a closed railroad gate.
    • Trains are very large and heavy and take a long time to stop.
    • Always look and listen carefully to be sure a train is not coming before crossing the tracks.

    For more information on railroad safety, see the Railroad Safety Kids Page.

    Road Work Sign When people are working on the roads, parts of the road or sidewalk are often dug up or rough.
    • Use caution when walking, bicycling or in-line skating.
    • Uneven, rough roads could make you fall off your bike or in-line skates.
    • If you must move into the road to go around a work area, you should stop and look carefully to be sure there is no traffic coming before going into the road.
    Detour Sign A detour is a way of getting around a roadway that is closed. Roads are usually closed because of road work or dangerous conditions. Use caution on roads you aren't used to.
    Mileage & Direction Sign These signs show the directions and distances to towns and cities.
    Bike Route Sign This sign shows that there is a bike path or bike route available. If there is a bike path, you must use it.
      bởi Allison Mayy 20/08/2019
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  • Traffic school—also known in some states as defensive driving courses—isn't the most popular way to spend your spare time. But there are valuable perks to taking this type of course.

    From reducing ticket fines to offsetting points from your driving record, it's important to know how traffic school can benefit you as a driver.

    This is just a general guide—if you need state-specific information, please refer to our Traffic School & Defensive Driving section.

    You made a mistake... it happens. Unfortunately, mistakes made behind the wheel can often be very costly, with ticket fines, court fees, increased insurance premiums, and countless other possible expenses.

    In some states, however, your traffic court may be willing to reduce your fines if you agree to take a traffic school class. Before your court appearance, contact the court clerk to inquire as to whether traffic school is ever a possibility in your situation. Research traffic schools in your area and the options they offer.

    If you do decide to take traffic school, whether you do it online or in a classroom, you'll need to make sure the course you take is recognized by your state.

    You don't want a momentary lapse in judgment to tarnish your good driving record. Depending on what your court and state allows, traffic school may help you either prevent or offset points added to your driving record due to a traffic ticket.

    This benefit is especially helpful because insurance companies use your driving record to help determine your rates. A single violation can mean a huge spike in your insurance premiums. By taking traffic school, you may be able to keep those spikes to a minimum, or prevent them altogether.

    For more on driving records, and to order yours, visit our Driving Records page.

    To maintain your driving privileges, most states have limits to the number of points you can accumulate on your driving record. Drivers who get too many citations in a particular time frame face the suspension of their license.

    If you're at risk for license suspension, consult your local traffic enforcement agency and find out if traffic school can help. You can learn more about suspensions in your state in our Suspended License section.

      bởi Cracked Sheep 31/12/2019
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