Alpharetta attorney Scott Miller reviews Georgia traffic signs.
Traffic signs in Georgia or differentiated by different shapes and colors. The signs have seven different shapes four different colors.
(1) An octagonal red sign means you must stop your vehicle.
(2) Horizontal rectangular signs green in color are used to show locations and directions.
(3) Diamond shaped signs yellow in color warn about hazards on the roadway or areas adjacent to the roadway.
(4) A round yellow sign means you are approaching a railroad crossing. The signs are posted at least 100 feet in front of the railroad tracks.
(5) Triangle red signs are yield signs. These triangle read signs inform you that you must slow down and yield to oncoming traffic.
(6) A Pentagon shaped signs in yellow mean you are approaching a school zone or a school crossing. These are posted at least 150 feet on more before the school.  Be especially vigilant when you see the signs. Look for young children and be prepared to stop your vehicle.

Regulatory signs are used to tell drivers what they may or may not do.
Regulatory signs are typically squares or rectangles and are used to tell drivers about certain conditions and restrictions.
A one-way sign means you must travel only in the direction of the arrow.
A keep right sign means that you must travel to the right of the median.
Speed limit signs announce the maximum speed permitted on the roadway.
School zone speed limit signs announced that you're approaching a school zone and informs you that you must reduce your speed to the posted limit.
Reduce speed ahead signs inform you that you are approaching an area where the speed limit is reduced. You must slow your speed before you reach the new speed limit sign.

If you have questions about the above or if you have received A traffic ticket for a traffic signal infraction, contact the traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001 
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