Single stop signs or a 4-way stop sign
When driving in Miami, bring your vehicle to a complete stop at a stop sign. When you reach a stop sign at an intersection where other cars must stop as well, the rule is that the first car that arrived at their stop sign has the right of way and may cross first. The second car may proceed next and so forth and so on.
One way sign
Some roads in Miami will have opposite traffic direction lanes side-by-side. Some roads, however, are one-way streets. The one-way sign identifies these one-way streets in which traffic may flow in only one direction.
When driving in Miami, you may notice that some intersections have a sign indicating that no turns are allowed. Unless a specific turn is mentioned (right or left), you are not to make any turn in either direction. You may only proceed forward. If you do not obey this sign, you risk the potential of getting a ticket and paying a fine.
Do not attempt a U-Turn where you see a No U-Turn sign. Again, if you disobey, you may get a ticket and a hefty fine. The Miami City Guide suggests that instead, you proceed forward to the next corner that allows U-Turns.
Directional Street signs
Some of Miami’s traffic signs can be found on the actual street pavement. Make sure to be aware of any street signs that indicate that the specific lane that you are in is required to turn right, left or keep forward. Make sure to obey these directions in order to avoid any accidents or fines while driving in Miami.