What does a red light mean?
Red traffic lights mean drivers may not proceed through an intersection and must come to a full stop until there is a green light.
What does a flashing red light mean?
Flashing red lights serve the same purpose as a stop sign. They warn drivers that they must stop and make sure there is no oncoming traffic or any pedestrians before proceeding through an intersection.
Who is required to wear a safety belt?
All drivers and passengers traveling in a Nevada vehicle must wear a safety belt, whether they are in the front or back seat.
What do white signs indicate?
White signs inform drivers of regulations or laws they must observe while driving through the area.
What does a pentagon-shaped sign indicate?
Five-sided signs warn drivers they are passing through a school zone.
What do double yellow lines on a highway indicate?
On highways, double yellow lines indicate drivers are prohibited from passing into the lane on the left to pass another vehicle.
How close to a railroad intersection can a vehicle be parked?
Drivers are prohibited from parking their vehicles any closer than 50 feet to a railroad intersection.
Must drivers yield to funeral processions?
Yes. In Nevada, a funeral procession has the right of way at any intersection as long as all vehicles have their headlights on.
What is the maximum speed limit in Nevada school zones?
Drivers may not exceed 15 miles per hour when passing through a school zone in Nevada.
How far in advance should drivers signal their intent to turn on open highways?
Drivers should indicate they are planning to make a turn on an open highway at least 300 feet in advance.
How far in advance should drivers indicate their intention to change lanes on a city street?
Drivers should indicate that they plan to change lanes on city streets at least 100 feet in advance.
How much visibility is required to commit a legal u-turn?
Drivers’ vehicles must be visible for 500 feet in all directions if they are planning to make a u-turn.
How close to a street crossing can drivers pass another vehicle?
Drivers may not pass another vehicle within 100 feet of a street crossing.
How close must a parallel parked vehicle be to the curb?
Both the back and front tires must be within 18 inches of the curb when a vehicle is parallel parked.
Is it legal to park a car against the flow of traffic?
No. Drivers must always park their cars in the direction that traffic is proceeding.
What does a red colored curb mean?
Red colored curbs indicate vehicles are not allowed to park or stop there.
How close to a fire hydrant can a vehicle be legally parked?
Parallel parked cars can be parked within 15 feet of a fire hydrant. Cars that are parked at an angle can be no closer than 20 feet close to a fire hydrant.