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When merging onto the expressway you should stop on the entrance ramp?

When merging onto the expressway, you should stop on the entrance ramp if you do not see an immediate opening in traffic. Driving under the speed limit (under normal conditions) is a good safe-driving technique.

When merging onto an expressway should a driver?

Upon entering the on ramp, a driver needs to attempt to get up to speed to safely merge onto the highway. While getting up to speed, the driver should activate their turn signal so the interstate traffic can see your intentions. This may allow a driver on the highway time to switch lanes to allow you on the highway.

When merging onto an expressway a driver should not stop in the acceleration lane?

Using the acceleration lane, look for an opening in traffic, signal and accelerate to or near the traffic speed, yield to traffic already on freeway. Do not stop before merging with traffic unless absolutely necessary.

When driving on a highway exit ramp you should?

Avoid slowing down on the freeway itself. Wait until you are in the deceleration lane. Then slow gradually until your speed matches the posted exit ramp speed. If you miss the exit ramp, never turn around or back up.

Can a cop pull you over for driving too slow?

The opposite of a speeding violation is a violation for driving too slowly, which can cause a hazard by blocking the flow of traffic. Most commonly, an officer will issue this type of ticket if a driver is driving slowly outside the right lane.

What’s the slowest you can go on a motorway?

If you are in a car, motorcycle or a car-derived van – the speed limit on the motorway for you is 70mph. If you are towing a caravan or trailer then the limit is 60mph. Buses more than 12 metres long and goods vehicles with a laden weight of more than 7.5 tonnes also have a speed limit of 60mph on a motorway.

What is the maximum speed limit on most highways?

The highest speed limits are generally 70 mph (113 km/h) on the West Coast and the inland eastern states, 75–80 mph (121–129 km/h) in inland western states, along with Arkansas, Louisiana, Maine, and Michigan; and 65–70 mph (105–113 km/h) on the Eastern Seaboard.

What are speed limit signs called?

Posted speed limits (sometimes called regulatory speed limits) are those that are sign-posted along the road and are enforceable by law.

What are the two types of speed signs?

Understand the Meaning of These Two Speed Signs One is a regulatory speed limit sign. The other is an advisory (recommended) speed sign.

What does a yellow speed sign mean?

Yellow speed limit signs on exits are just suggestions. But they’re good suggestions, the provinces say. “Yellow signs are warnings, advising drivers of what the recommended speed given the geometry of the turn,” says Brian Taylor, a spokesman for Nova Scotia Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, in an e-mail.