Road signs for driving: Below are the most common road signs for Ontario roads:
Stop sign: A stop sign is eight-sided and has a red background with white letters. It means you must come to a complete stop.
Do not enter sign: Do not enter this road.
Yield sign: is a triangle with a white background and a red border. It means you must let traffic in the intersection or close to it go first. Stop if necessary and go only when the way is clear.
School zone sign: is five-sided and has a fluorescent yellow/green background with black symbols. It warns that you are coming to a school zone. Slow down, drive with extra caution and watch for children.
Railway crossing sign: is X-shaped with a white background and red outline. It warns that railway tracks cross the road. Watch for this sign. Slow down and look both ways for trains. Be prepared to stop.
No U turn sign: Do not turn to go in the opposite direction. (U-turn)
No left turn sign: Do not turn left at the intersection.
Do not drive through the intersection.
No stop sign: This means you may not stop your vehicle in this area, even for a moment.
No standing sign: Do not stand in the area between the signs. This means you may not stop your vehicle in this area except while loading or unloading passengers.
No parking sign: Do not park in the area between the signs. This means you may not stop your vehicle except to load or unload passengers or merchandise.