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New Hampshire Road Signs and Traffic Signals Test

Practice your New Hampshire Road Signs and Traffic Signals with this FREE practice test!
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New Hampshire Road Signs and Traffic Signals Test

Do you know the difference between an information sign and a guide sign? What about how to treat a broken traffic light at a busy intersection? You’d better know all of this and more before taking your NH permit or license exam! Our FREE NH road signs and traffic signals practice test uses proven study methods to help you quickly and efficiently learn how to identify state and federal road signs in New Hampshire, as well as different traffic signals in the state. We’ll also make sure you know how to safely maneuver through all types of NH signs and signals using proper right-of-way protocols.

Each state’s road signs and traffic signals are unique, which is why it’s vital that you study with state-specific material! Our online New Hampshire traffic signs and signals practice test is uniquely designed for NH drivers, with accurate and up-to-date sample questions pulled right from the DMV’s driving manual. We’ll quiz you on how to safely and correctly approach all types of traffic signals in the state, such as traffic lights and railroad crossings, as well as recognize guide signs, construction signs, warning signs, and more.

Our free practice test provides immediate results in real-time along with detailed explanations of each answer. The multiple-choice format helps you prepare for the experience of the actual driver’s license exam. You’ll get a comprehensive review at the end of your practice test so that you can target your next study sessions on the specific traffic signals and signs you need more focus on. Take this test as many times as you need to track your progress, so you’ll know when you’re ready to schedule your NH permit or license exam!

New Hampshire Road Signs and Traffic Signals Test FAQs:

Is the New Hampshire road signs and signals test different from the NH driver’s license test?

The New Hampshire traffic signs and signals test isn’t a separate exam from your standard license or permit test. Rather, it’s a part of the full permit exam, and questions on road signs and traffic signals may be sprinkled in throughout all of the questions, or separated as their own section within your test.

What do I need to pass my New Hampshire road signs and traffic signals exam?

To pass your road signs and signals portion of the New Hampshire license test, you’ll need to be able to recognize both state and interstate road signs and their meanings, as well as accurately identify traffic signals and the proper process for driving through them.

Does this practice test have the same questions as the actual New Hampshire permit and license exam?

Yes! The questions on this practice test were taken directly from the New Hampshire driver’s manual, which is the very same source that the NH DMV uses to create its official license test.


If you see this sign that means _____.
  • Loading and unloading is acceptable here. You can stop your vehicle temporarily.
  • Parking is acceptable here.
  • None of the listed answers.
  • Tourists might be present.
This black, rectangular sign with a white arrow and black lettering means what?
  • Traffic may ONLY go in this one direction.
  • Traffic is advised to go this direction unless it's clear.
  • Turn on your headlights and proceed with caution.
  • You can drive the opposite direction if in reverse.
This circular yellow sign with black markings identifies what?
  • Renovation zone.
  • A school zone.
  • Railroad station.
  • Railroad crossing ahead and to proceed with caution.
This rectangular sign with red lettering and symbol, indicates what?
  • If you have the correct permit, parking is acceptable.
  • You may only park here for one hour.
  • You may not park on the side of the road in this direction.
  • No parking here Monday - Friday.
This rectangular sign, with red background and white text, can supplement what common traffic sign?
  • Work zone signs.
  • Prohibited parking signs.
  • Speed limit signs.
  • All intersection directions that have stop requirements.