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Driver's Hand Signals - Trinidad and Tobago

You need to learn these hand signals in order to prepare for your driving regulation test in Trinidad and Tobago.

 

Hand Signals

 

To signal that you are making a Right Turn

Extend the right hand at shoulder level with palm facing forward.

 

To signal that you are Stopping

Extend the right hand at shoulder level, with palm facing downward, wave it downwards and upwards, keeping it below the level of the shoulder.

 

To signal that it is Unsafe to Overtake

Extend the right hand at shoulder level, palm facing forward.

 

To signal that you are making a Left Turn

Extend the right hand at shoulder level, palm facing forward, and rotate it in an anti-clockwise direction.

 

To signal that it is Safe to Overtake

Extend the right hand with palm facing forward below the level of the shoulder, and wave it forward and backward.

 

To signal that you are Slowing Down

Extend the right hand at shoulder level with palm facing downward, and wave it downwards and upwards, keeping it below the level of the shoulder.

 

 

Take a practice test to see how good you know the hand signals.

 

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