- Octagons are used exclusively for stop signs
- Triangles with the point down are used for yield signs.
- Tall rectangles (longer vertically) denote regulations, like speed limits.
- Wide rectangles (longer horizontally) are used for route guidance (one-way streets, for example).
- Pentagons signal a school crossing.
- Diamonds are warning signs, used to indicate road work and other calls for caution.
- Circles indicate that something is prohibited, like a left turn.
- Pennant-shaped signs warn drivers not to pass other cars.
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