On a two lane road, passing with care is permitted if the dashed yellow line is in your lane. ... Rules of the Road. Thank you for your attention! ...
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This training will assist Spanish- speaking Motor Carriers in understanding some of the important traffic regulations and traffic control devices used in the United States.
Spanish-speaking drivers are required to comply with U.S. traffic regulations when using our streets and highways.Introduction
Traffic signs are important for your Safety! in understanding some of the important traffic regulations and traffic control devices used in the United States
In order to provide your drivers a proper training experience, please see our U.S. Traffic Sign Guide Training Module.Traffic Signs in the U.S.
A yellow dashed or broken line is used as the
center line on a two–lane, two–way road where
passing with care is permitted in both directions.
When continuous, double, solid, yellow lines are the center lines you cannot cross them to pass in either direction. On a two–lane road, passing with care is permitted if the dashed yellow line is in your lane.
Two–Way Left Turn Lane:
On certain multi–lane highways, a special center lane is reserved exclusively for two-way left turn movements in both directions. The two–way left turn lane must not be used for passing or overtaking another vehicle. The marking for this type of lane is shown by the diagram below.
Remember that the Spanish-speaking driver must be able to communicate with the authorities in every jurisdiction that you drive through.
A poor understanding of English is not considered to be a good defense if you are charged with a violation or offense.Important!
Thank you for your attention!