• 1. 
    When driving on a four lane road with a dividing median, which position should you choose?

  • The left-hand lane
  • Straddling both lanes
  • The right-hand lane
  • Whichever one you like
  • 2. 
    You may only cross through an amber light if…?

  • You sound your horn first
  • You were already over the stop line when it appeared
  • You are traveling faster than than 60 KM/H
  • You can see no other traffic
  • 3. 
    When driving at night, you should…?

  • Drive faster than you would in the daytime
  • Drive at your normal daytime speed
  • Reduce your normal daytime speed
  • Any of these depending on conditions
  • 4. 
    You are approaching a roundabout at which you want to turn left. Which course should you follow?

  • Right hand lane on entry, left on exit
  • Left hand lane on entry, right on exit
  • Right hand lane all the way round
  • Left hand lane all the way round
  • 5. 
    Your vehicle tires must have a tread depth of at least

  • 0.75 mm.
  • 1.60 mm.
  • 0.25 mm.
  • 0.5 mm.
  • 6. 
    If your accelerator sticks when you are driving, how should you react?

  • Pull on the parking brake
  • Stamp on the brakes as hard as possible
  • Sound your horn continuously
  • Shift gear into neutral
  • 7. 
    A fan belt should have about what amount of play?

  • 15 cm
  • 0.5 cm
  • 3 cm
  • 8 cm
  • 8. 
    You are making a right-hand turn into a three lane carriageway. You should complete your turn by turning into which lane?

  • The left-hand lane
  • Any lane
  • The center lane
  • The right-hand lane
  • 9. 
    Which of these persons has a right to make you stop by signaling to you?

  • Police officers
  • School crossing attendants
  • All of them
  • Traffic wardens
  • 10. 
    Before setting off on the road, which of these should you do?

  • Move away as quickly as possible
  • Check all around and under your vehicle for children and animals
  • Shout a warning to others
  • Sound your horn to warn others you will be moving
  • 11. 
    You are driving up a three lane one-way street and you wish to go straight ahead. Which lane should you choose?

  • The left-hand lane
  • Whichever one you prefer
  • The middle lane
  • The right-hand lane
  • 12. 
    If you're involved in an accident, other involved parties have a right to ask for what?

  • Your name and address
  • Financial compensation on the spot
  • Your ignition keys
  • A written confession of guilt
  • 13. 
    If you start to feel drowsy when driving, which of these should you do?

  • Pull over and take a nap
  • Increase your speed
  • Drive more slowly
  • Close the windows
  • 14. 
    The lap belt part of your seatbelt should rest where?

  • Across your thighs
  • Across your stomach
  • Just below your ribs
  • Across your hips
  • 15. 
    A driver ahead of you puts out their right arm and makes a circular motion with it. What are they indicating?

  • They intend to move or turn left
  • They intend to slow down
  • They intend to turn right
  • They intend to stop
  • 16. 
    A flashing red light indicates what?

  • Maintain your speed and proceed cautiously
  • Slow down and proceed cautiously
  • Speed up and proceed cautiously
  • Stop, then proceed cautiously
  • 17. 
    At a roundabout, you must give way to traffic…?

  • Coming from the left
  • Coming from the right
  • That is turning left
  • That is larger than you
  • 18. 
    When parking, you should always be within what distance of the curb?

  • 90 cm
  • 70 cm
  • 50 cm
  • 30 cm
  • 19. 
    The first thing you should do before making a right turn is what?

  • Signal
  • Turn the wheel
  • Check your mirrors
  • Accelerate
  • 20. 
    If you are stressed, excited or upset, how should you approach driving?

  • Avoid driving until you have calmed down
  • Drive more slowly than usual
  • Take quieter streets
  • Drive with the windows open
  • 21. 
    You are approaching a wild animal on the road. What should you do?

  • Slow down and give them a wide berth
  • Rev your engine loudly
  • Accelerate and give them a wide berth
  • Sound your horn continually
  • 22. 
    You are coming up behind a car carrying learner driver plates. What should you do?

  • Get as close as possible to the rear bumper
  • Be patient and give them extra room
  • Overtake as quickly as possible
  • Sound your horn to warn them
  • 23. 
    Under what circumstances is it acceptable not to stop after an accident?

  • If nobody is hurt
  • If it wasn't your fault
  • None
  • If you are in a hurry
  • 24. 
    On a three lane single carriageway, the middle lane is only for what?

  • Overtaking
  • Turning right
  • Turning left
  • Overtaking and turning right
  • 25. 
    Any four wheeled vehicle you drive on the road must have…?

  • Rear seats
  • Registration plates front and rear
  • A lockable trunk
  • A full windscreen
  • 26. 
    You should not park within what distance of the entrance to a fire station?

  • 2 m
  • 10 m
  • 5 m
  • 7 m
  • 27. 
    On a single lane road, the driver behind wants to overtake you. What should you do?

  • Move over to the right to block them
  • Move over to the left to make space
  • Keep your position in the center of the road
  • Accelerate so they cannot overtake
  • 28. 
    What would you expect to see on a rectangular road sign?

  • Information
  • Directions
  • Prohibitions
  • Warnings
  • 29. 
    If you feel an overtake is slightly risky or doubtful, what should you do?

  • Increase speed to make sure you make it
  • Sound your horn continuously as you make the maneuver
  • Abandon the maneuver
  • Try to make it but be prepared to pull out
  • 30. 
    When going around the roundabout at which you wish to turn right, you should switch to indicating left…?

  • As soon as you enter the roundabout
  • At no time
  • Once you are half way around the roundabout
  • After you have passed the exit before the one you want
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