Traffic control devices help maintain safety and order on our roadways. As a driver, you need to be familiar with traffic control devices and understand what to do when you encounter them.
Click on any of the buttons below to learn about these traffic control devices.
Road Signs and Their Meanings
What Does a Pennant Road Sign Mean?
What Does a Soft Shoulder Sign Mean?
What Does a Yield Sign Mean?
Being a driver means sharing the roadway with other drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, and more. Click on any of the buttons below to learn how to safely share the road with other roadway users.
Interstate Road Conditions
Who Has the Right-of-Way At T-intersections?
We can all benefit from brushing up on our knowledge of traffic laws from time to time. Click on the buttons below to learn about these traffic laws.
School Bus Laws by State
Using 511 For Traffic Information
Being a defensive driver means being alert and aware of what is going on around you and taking pre-emptive measures to keep yourself and other roadway users
safe. Click on one of the buttons below to learn more.
How to Drive Defensively
How to Check Your Blind Spots
When to Use High Beam and Low Beam Headlights
How to Maintain a Space Cushion
How Often Should You Check Your Mirrors?
Line of Sight
How to Stop Anxiety When Driving
No one likes to think about the worst-case scenario when they're behind the wheel, but driving emergencies do happen, and it's best to be prepared. Click on the buttons below to learn more about how to handle emergency situations.
What to Do If Your Car Skids
What to Do If Your Brakes Fail
What to Do If Your Wheels Drop Off the Road