• If these signs list a speed limit, and were posted by the state government where they are located, they are legal traffic control signs and are enforceable.
  • In the state if Indiana, the yellow "speed limit signs are not triangles as you mention they are in California. The speeds posted on the yellow signs here are "suggested speed limits" only according the law enforcement officers here. The actual "enforceable" speed limit is that speed that is posted before entering the area where the yellow sign is posted.
  • Yellow signs are generaly caution signs and advise drivers of conditions ahead. They are not technically enforceable. However, if you get pulled over or involved in an accident, you could be cited for not driving properly for the conditions.
  • No. Speed limit signs, colors and sizes, are set by USDOT. The yellow signs are cautionary and are NOT enforceable.
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