Road markings quiz

Do you know what these 7 common road markings really mean?

How many of these common road markings do you really know the meaning of?

Experts at Leasecar.co.uk say many drivers fail to keep up their knowledge of road markings and many have little idea what the markings actually mean. So we've put these into a little quiz for you to test your knowledge. The answers are at the end (no cheating!).

A) Centre of the road B) Do not overtake C) No turning

1. Broken white lines

A) Centre of the road B) Do not overtake C) No turning
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A) Dog's nose - do not overtake   B) Cat's Eyes -  to help mark the carriageway C) Horse's head - do not change lanes

2. What are these called and what do they mean?

A) Dog's nose - do not overtake B) Cat's Eyes - to help mark the carriageway C) Horse's head - do not change lanes
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A) Hazard warning B) No stopping   C) Do not overtake

3. Double white lines

A) Hazard warning B) No stopping C) Do not overtake
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A) No stopping B) Loading/unloading prohibited at times shown C) No waiting

4. Yellow lines on the kerb

A) No stopping B) Loading/unloading prohibited at times shown C) No waiting
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