• 1. 
    On average, a good driver will take how long to react to a hazard?

  • 1 second
  • 0.5 of a second
  • 0.25 of a second
  • 0.75 of a second
  • 2. 
    A white arrow pointing left on a blue background means what?

  • You may turn left if you wish
  • Heavy goods vehicles must turn left
  • Compulsory left turn
  • You may not turn left
  • 3. 
    You should keep to the left of the road when driving on single lane roads…?

  • In all normal circumstances
  • In urban areas
  • During the monsoon
  • In rural areas
  • 4. 
    A flashing yellow X over a lane indicates what?

  • You should leave this lane immediately
  • You may make a left turn from this lane with caution
  • You may make a right turn from this lane with caution
  • You may accelerate with caution
  • 5. 
    Which of these is the correct order of things for making a turn?

  • Signal – maneuver – mirror
  • Signal – mirror – maneuver
  • Maneuver – mirror – signal
  • Mirror – signal – maneuver
  • 6. 
    What is the minimum age for obtaining a permanent driving license for paid driving?

  • 20
  • 19
  • 18
  • 21
  • 7. 
    Double broken white lines painted across the pavement mean what?

  • Stop compulsory
  • Don't stop
  • No right turn
  • Give way
  • 8. 
    Where is a learner license valid?

  • Throughout the world
  • Throughout India, Pakistan and Bangladesh
  • Only in the state of issue
  • Throughout India
  • 9. 
    At 50 KM/H, what will your total safe stopping distance be?

  • 62 m
  • 52 m
  • 42 m
  • 32 m
  • 10. 
    When you have a right-of-way, you should…?

  • Sound your horn at anyone in your way
  • Only take it when it is safe to do so
  • Force others to back down
  • Take it at all times
  • 11. 
    When stopped at a junction controlled by traffic lights, you should watch…?

  • Your light and the one to the right
  • Your light and the one to the left
  • Just your own light
  • Your light and the one opposite
  • 12. 
    Where on the roads do the most accidents occur?

  • Right-hand curves
  • Intersections
  • Outside hospitals
  • Downhill roads
  • 13. 
    If you are parking on a road that does not have a curb, you should pull off as far as you safely can, but you must leave what distance for pedestrians to get through?

  • 25 cm
  • 100 cm
  • 50 cm
  • 75 cm
  • 14. 
    Your first priority if you're involved in, or come across, an accident must be what?

  • To give first aid
  • To call the police
  • To establish who is at fault
  • To take the registration numbers of the other parties
  • 15. 
    At 100 KM/H, how far will a vehicle travel in the time between a competent driver identifying hazards and coming to a complete stop?

  • 162 m
  • 122 m
  • 142 m
  • 182 m
  • 16. 
    Which of these is an attribute of a good driver?

  • Arrogance
  • Courtesy
  • Speed
  • Aggression
  • 17. 
    When taking a trip in your vehicle, you should carefully plan…?

  • If the trip is over 500 miles
  • If the trip is over 200 miles
  • For every trip
  • If the trip is over 100 miles
  • 18. 
    As a rule of thumb, for every 15 KM/H of speed, you should allow how much space between yourself and the car in front?

  • One car length
  • Three car lengths
  • Two car lengths
  • Half a car length
  • 19. 
    A blind pedestrian carrying a cane or accompanied by a guide dog has priority over motor vehicles where?

  • On single lane roads
  • Everywhere
  • On urban roads
  • On country roads
  • 20. 
    The post holding a sign warning of a railway crossing has two red diagonal slashes on it. What does this indicate?

  • The crossing is 200 m away
  • The crossing is 100 m away
  • The crossing is 500 m away
  • The crossing is 50 m away
  • 21. 
    Under which of these circumstances is it permissible to cross a solid white line?

  • To access a driveway on the right hand side of the road
  • To avoid stopping for a pedestrian
  • To make an overtake
  • To pass stationary traffic
  • 22. 
    You must give way to pedestrians on zebra crossings…?

  • Except on roads with speed limits in excess of 60 KM/H
  • Except in rush-hour
  • Except at night time
  • Under all circumstances
  • 23. 
    Before reversing your vehicle, it's especially important…?

  • That you look in your right side view mirror
  • That you look in your left side view mirror
  • That you have checked your blind spot
  • That you look in your rear side view mirror
  • 24. 
    On a highway, a sign with a steady yellow X over a lane indicates what?

  • Lane will close ahead
  • Move in to this lane
  • Maintain your speed
  • Motorcycles only in this lane
  • 25. 
    If you suffer a tire blowout, which of these should you NOT do?

  • Grip the steering wheel firmly
  • Release the gas pedal
  • Gently apply your brakes
  • Press on the gas pedal as hard as you can
  • 26. 
    Your foot brake should hold your vehicle completely without coming within what distance off the floor?

  • 4 cm
  • 3 cm
  • 1 cm
  • 2 cm
  • 27. 
    A white road sign with a diagonal black line through it signifies what?

  • End of restrictions
  • Tunnel ahead
  • City limits
  • End of the road
  • 28. 
    Which of these, painted on the side of the road, indicates no parking?

  • A solid yellow line
  • A solid white line
  • A broken white line
  • A broken yellow line
  • 29. 
    When planning to overtake, what should you do to make sure there is no vehicle in your blind spot?

  • Look in your left side mirror
  • Check over your shoulder
  • Look in your rearview mirror
  • Look in your right side mirror
  • 30. 
    A cyclist ahead of you is holding up their right arm and moving it up and down. What do they mean?

  • They are slowing down
  • They want you to pass them
  • They are going to turn left
  • They are going to turn right
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