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  1. In the tunnel, during day hours; the driver should:

(a) Not turn on head lights.

(b) Turn on head lights and speed up.

(c) Turn on head lights and slow down.

  1. At night, when behind another vehicle; you should:

(a) Use low beam.

(b) Use high beam.

(c) Not use lights.


  1. When your high beam is going to shine on the oncoming vehicle; you should:

(a) Use low beam immediately.

(b) Turn off lights.

(c) Keep on the high beam.


  1. When filling the gas tank:

(a) The engine should be turned off.

(b) The engine does not need to be turned off.

(c) It’s a good idea to smoke a cigarette.


  1. At an intersection, if the yellow light shows up the moment your vehicle enters the intersection; you should:

(a) Stop immediately.

(b) Reverse to behind the pedestrian crossing.

(c) Continue forward cautiously.


  1. If you feel tired and want to sleep while driving, you should:

(a) Wake yourself up and continue driving cautiously.

(b) Take amphetamines and continue driving.

(c) Stop at the most suitable roadside for some rest.


  1. In what circumstances is it legal to cross the center line?

(a) If there are obstacles on the right side and no on coming traffic.

(b) Going up or down a slope.

(c) When preparing to park.


  1. When entering an intersection with traffic policeman giving instruction, and the traffic light is in use; you should:

(a) Follow the traffic policeman’s instructions.

(b) Follow the traffic lights.

(c)   There are no regulations.


  1. The moment you enter your vehicle, you should make necessary adjustments in the following order:

(a) Adjust the seat, adjust the mirrors and fasten the seat belt.

(b) Adjust the mirrors, adjust the seat and fasten the seat belt.

(c) Fasten the seat belt, adjust the seat and adjust the mirrors.


  1. Passengers should get on and get off the vehicle:

(a) On the right side.

(b) On the left side.

(c) Whatever side is convenient.


  1. Seeing other vehicles or pedestrians misbehaving, some drivers might get angry and feel like fighting or using abusive language or losing temper. How do you control yourself?

(a) Be patient and give way.

(b) Argue with them in accordance with the law.

(c) Look at them angrily.

  1. When a driver goes through an area where the traffic is chaotic or there are road works, he should:

(a) Speed through.

(b) Find gaps to drive through.

(c) Mutually give way.

  1. On a two-way single lane road if, when about to overtake, you see an oncoming vehicle; you should:

(a) Reduce speed and give up overtaking.

(b) Speed up and overtake before the oncoming vehicle gets close.

(c) Honk horn to make oncoming vehicle get out of the way.


  1. When driving late at night and there are no vehicles or people around, you:

(a) Can drive very fast.

(b) Should drive within the speed limit.

(c) Can drive a little faster than the speed limit.

  1. If you increase your speed; your safe following distance should:

(a) Remain unchanged.

(b) Be decreased.

(c) Be increased.


  1. When facing an on coming vehicle at night and it fails to change to low beam, how should you deal with it?

(a) Take revenge by using your high beam.

(b) Use low beam, slow down and don’t stare at lights.

(c) Honk the horn.


  1. How early from the traffic light should the driver activate the turning signal?

(a) 10 meters.

(b) 20 meters.

(c) 30 meters.

  1. When a driver’s license becomes damaged and hard to read:

(a) A new one should be applied for.

(b) The driving test should be taken again.

(c) Wait 6 years for a new one.


  1. When a vehicle passes you at night, you should use your:

(a) High beam.

(b) Low beam.

(c) Turn off the lights and let it pass.


  1. When two vehicles reach an intersection from different directions where there are no traffic lights or a policeman:

(a) The driver on the minor road should yield to driver on the main road.

(b) The driver on the main road should yield to driver on the minor road.

(c) Neither one needs to give way.


  1. A driver is not advised to drive continuously for more than:

(a) 10 hours.

(b) 4 hours.

(c) 12 hours.

  1. In school or hospital areas, it is:

(a) Legal to honk the horn.

(b) Illegal to honk the horn.

(c) Up to the driver.


  1. On country road, unless otherwise permitted, maximum speed should not exceed:

(a) 80 km/ph.

(b) 60 km/ph.

(c) 70 km/ph.


  1. In emergency missions; police vehicles, ambulances, or fire engines must not exceed the maximum speed of:

(a) 50 km/h.

(b) 120 km/h.

(c) There are no restrictions.


  1. When driving in an urban area or where traffic is heavy, the safe following distance should be no less than:

(a) 5 meters.

(b) 15 meters.

(c) Two seconds.

  1. When two vehicles meet on a steep narrow slope:

(a) The vehicle coming down should yield to vehicle going up the slope.

(b) The vehicle going up should yield to vehicle coming down the slope.

(c) Neither needs to give way.


  1. When driving conditions worsen; you should:

(a) Increase speed.

(b) Reduce speed.

(c) Continue driving as usual.


  1. On busy urban narrow road; you can overtake:

(a) If you are skillful enough.

(b) If you make two short honks, and turn on lights.

(c) You can’t overtake.


  1. On hearing a police, ambulance, fire engine or rescue vehicle’s siren, regardless of what direction it is coming from; you should:

(a) Give way immediately.

(b) Not give way.

(c) Follow the vehicle.


  1. When the railroad crossing gate is not hung down, or the watchman does not indicate you to stop; you should:

(a) Look and listen to make sure there is no train coming before crossing.

(b) Speed up and pass quickly.

(c) Wait until the watchman indicates ok.


  1. While driving down hill; to save gas, it is:

(a) Safe to turn off the engine.

(b) Unsafe to turn off the engine.

(c) Safe to change gears to neutral.


  1. When changing lanes; you should:

(a) Honk the horn.

(b) Check the mirrors after changing lanes.

(c) Check the mirrors before changing lanes.


  1. When driving in thick fog; you should use:

(a) Low beam.

(b) No lights at all.

(c) High beam.


  1. If you want to stop your vehicle; you should:

(a) Honk the horn then stop.

(b) Stop without giving any signals.

(c) Warn the vehicle behind in advance by a proper signal.


  1. If a vehicle deteriorates to a point where it no longer functions the way it is supposed to; then, the owner should:

(a) Desert the vehicle anywhere.

(b) Report the vehicle to traffic department for cessation.

(c) Sell the plates of the vehicle.


  1. Which place in the car should a child be seated?

(a) In the front seat.

(b) In his mother’s lap.

(c) In the back seat.


  1. On junctions; you:

(a) Can park your vehicle anywhere.

(b)    Should follow the directions of the policeman

(c)      Can drive your vehicle backwards.

  1. At 75 km/h, the minimum safe following distance is:

(a) 15 meters.

(b) 25 meters.

(c) 40 meters.

  1. While driving on a highway, if your vehicle suddenly malfunctions; you should:

(a) Leave the highway from the nearest exit.

(b) Stop immediately where you are.

(c)   Keep on crawling to your destination.


  1. Under good driving conditions, the maximum speed limit is:

(a) 100 km/h.

(b) 80 km/h.

(c) As defined by the speed limit sign.


  1. When driving on highway in bad weather conditions such as heavy rain, thick fog or strong wind; you should:

(a) Drive at the maximum speed limit.

(b) Slow down to a reasonable speed or stop temporarily.

(c) Drive at half the maximum speed limit.


  1. Overtaking on bridges, in channels or at intersections is:

(a) Legal at low speed.

(b) Legal at moderate speeds.

(c) Illegal at all speeds.


  1. If your vehicle breaks down on the high way; you should:

(a) Stop it right away and activate hazard signals.

(b) Move it to the right shoulder and turn emergency lights on.

(c) Stop it on the left side of the road and open the hood.


  1. While driving on highway; you can:

(a) Neither race at high speed nor drive side by side at low speed.

(b) Race at high speed but you can’t drive side by side.

(c) Not race at high speed but can drive side by side at low speed.


  1. While driving on the highway, you notice the driver behind has signaled left to pass you; you should:

(a) Speed up to match his speed.

(b) Maintain your speed and let him overtake.

(c) Slow down to scold him.


  1. When you drive at a high speed, your field of vision:

(a) Will be definitely increased.

(b) Remains unchanged.

(c) Will be certainly decreased.


  1. While driving in heavy rain or thick fog; you should:

(a) Create a longer safe distance.

(b) Shorten your following distance.

(c) Maintain a two second following distance.

  1. When driving under good conditions and where passing is legal; you:

(a) Absolutely cannot pass.

(b) Can only pass at regulated speed and within proper distance.

(c) Can exceed the speed limit to pass.


  1. If you miss the highway exit; you:

(a) Can make a U turn back to the exit.

(b) Have to drive to next exit.

(c) Can drive backward to the exit.


  1. If you are in a hurry, you:

(a) Can over speed to arrive on time.

(b) Have good reason to violate the traffic rules.

(c) Still should drive according to the traffic rules.


  1. How can you reasonably avoid exceeding the speed limit?

(a) I make my time schedule.

(b) I change the gas pedal of my vehicle.

(c) I load my vehicle with heavy rocks.


  1. One form of driving misconduct is:

(a) Passing.

(b) Littering.

(c) Reversing.


  1. One useful safety equipment to be kept in the vehicle is a:

(a) Torch.

(b) Gun.

(c) Safety triangle.


  1. A turn signal should be given:

(a) In advance.

(b) While executing the turn.

(c) After executing the turn.


  1. If you want to turn to the right at the second of two consecutive junctions; you should signal:

(a) Before reaching the first junction.

(b) No need to signal in this special case.

(c) Just after passing the first junction.


  1. After completing your maneuver; leaving an indicator flashing:

(a) Helps other drivers understand your intentions.

(b) Confuses other drivers.

(c) Burns the indicator lamp out.


  1. Safe drivers deal with other drivers’ signals:

(a) Cautiously.

(b) Carelessly.

(c) Normally.


  1. Clear and correct driving signals:

(a) Confuse all road users.

(b) Confuse some road users.

(c) Help all road users.


  1. Defensive drivers always secure their path by looking around:

(a) After moving off.

(b) Before moving off.

(c) During moving off.


  1. Use your vehicle inner mirror to:

(a) Detect your blind spots.

(b) Check the road behind.

(c) Check the road ahead.


  1. In a two opposite lane street; you should park your vehicle on:

(a) The right side of the street.

(b) The left side of the street.

(c) Wherever is convenient.


  1. You can detect your blind spots by:

(a) Using your mirrors.

(b) Turning on your head lights.

(c) Taking a glance through the proper window.


  1. You are about to make a left turn in a residential area; before the turn; you must be signaling for the last:

(a) 50 meters.

(b) 75 meters.

(c) 30 meters.


  1. As you approach an intersection with a stale green light; you should:

(a) Speed up before light changes into red.

(b) Maintain speed; be ready to stop.

(c) Hit your brakes firmly just in case.


  1. Unless otherwise posted; a good speed in a residential area is:

(a) 30 km/h.

(b) 60 km/h.

(c) 55 km/h.


  1. When you are merging with the freeway; you should be driving:

(a) At or near the same speed as the traffic on the freeway.

(b) At 20 km/h slower than the traffic on the freeway.

(c) The posted speed limit for traffic on the freeway.


  1. You are driving on a freeway posted for 80 km/h. The traffic is traveling at 100 km/h; you may legally drive at:

(a) 100 km/h or less.

(b) 90 km/h or less.

(c) 80 km/h or less.


  1. All of the following practices are dangerous to do while driving; which one of them is illegal and the most dangerous?

(a) Smoking a cigarette.

(b) Dialing a number on mobile.

(c) Listening to loud music.


  1. Roadways are the most slippery during:

(a) A heavy downpour.

(b) Summer season.

(c) The first rain after a dry period.


  1. When you plan to pass a vehicle; you should assume its driver will:

(a) Not let you return to your lane.

(b) Let you return to your lane.

(c) Maintain a constant speed.


  1. You want to turn right at an upcoming intersection; you should:

(a) Not signal right as long as you are on extreme right.

(b) Slow down gradually and signal right early.

(c) Maintain speed and signal right.


  1. You have a green light at an intersection which is blocked by traffic; you should:

(a) Stay out of the intersection until traffic clears.

(b) Enter the intersection and wait until traffic clears.

(c) Try to go around the traffic.


  1. On the high way, you are following a heavy vehicle in bad weather conditions; you should:

(a) Follow it too closely as its driver can see farther ahead.

(b) Stay farther behind than you would for a small vehicle.

(c) Leave one car length so that its driver can see you.


  1. When driving in thick fog; you should use your:

(a) Windshield wipers.

(b) High beam.

(c) Fog lights.


  1. If you are involved in a traffic collision; you should:

(a) Protect the accident scene.

(b) Run away.

(c) Fight the other driver.


  1. If you drive faster than the traffic, straddle lanes and over shoot red traffic lights; you will:

(a) Get to your destination much faster and safer.

(b) Increase your chances of getting an accident.

(c) Help prevent traffic congestion.


  1. The safest precaution you can take against mobile usage while driving is by:

(a) Using hand-free devices.

(b) Keeping your phone within easy reach.

(c) Pulling over to the side of the road to use your mobile.


  1. Which of the following statements about blind spots is true?

(a) Blind spots are detected by inner mirrors.

(b) Trucks have more blind spots than small vehicles.

(c) Blind spots usually occur at night and on sharp curves.


  1. You are approaching an intersection with a flashing yellow traffic light; you should:

(a) Yield the right of way.

(b) Stop completely.

(c) Continue at the same speed.


  1. You’re driving up to a red traffic light with a policeman signaling you to go through; you should:

(a) Wait for the light to turn green and then go ahead.

(b) Attract the policeman’s attention to the red light.

(c) Obey the policeman’s signal with caution.


  1. You are about to move off into the street from a parallel parking; before doing so; you should:

(a) Honk the horn, signal and move off rapidly.

(b) Look in your inner mirror and then move off.

(c) Signal, look thoroughly and move off with caution.


  1. A flashing red traffic light signal means the same as a:

(a) Stop sign.

(b) Yield sign.

(c) No parking sign.


  1. You are approaching a traffic circle; you should:

(a) Enter the traffic circle prior to any vehicle in it.

(b) Yield right-of-way to vehicles already in the traffic circle.

(c) Turn on head lights and honk the horn.


  1. Which lane must you be in before turning left in a three lane street?

(a) In the left lane.

(b) In the right lane.

(c) It really doesn’t matter much as long as you are signaling left.


  1. The safe following distance depends on:

(a) Speed, weather and road conditions.

(b) How much the driver is in a hurry.

(c) Policeman instructions.


  1. The best way to get your car out of a skid is:

(a) Turn the steering wheel both to the right and to the left.

(b) Put on the brakes fast.

(c) Turn the steering wheel in the direction the car is skidding.


  1. You have come to a crowded intersection to go straight through and are mistakenly in the left turn lane; you must:

(a) Turn left.

(b) Pass on the right side of the vehicle ahead with caution.

(c) Stay where you are until traffic ahead clears.


  1. You have parked your vehicle in an unfamiliar place; you shouldn’t:

(a) Close the windows if you’ll be back soon.

(b) Forget where your vehicle is exactly parked.

(c) Worry if it is improperly parked.


  1. Having something attached to or hanging from your rear view mirror:

(a) Decreases the field of vision in the mirror.

(b) Makes your vehicle look nice.

(c) Helps you detect the blind spot.


  1. When you park your vehicle parallel to the sidewalk on an uphill; you must turn your front wheels:

(a) Straight ahead.

(b) Away from the side walk.

(c) Towards the side walk.


  1. What’s the number one cause of most traffic crashes?

(a) The Road.

(b) The vehicle.

(c)    The Driver.


  1. The double solid lines in the middle of a two direction road means:

(a) Driving over these lines is illegal.

(b) Passing is legal.

(c) Road narrows.


  1. Under normal conditions; when is rolling your vehicle out of gear permitted?

(a) When going down hill.

(b) On a level road 50 meters before stopping.

(c) Never.


  1. Stickers, posters and such items shouldn’t be placed on the vehicle windshield or windows because:

(a) It is illegal to advertise this way.

(b) They obstruct the driver’s vision.

(c) Become faint by time


  1. If you are following a truck near the top of a hill; you should pass:

(a) At once, if no traffic is in sight.

(b) When you reach the top of hill and can see clearly.

(c) After you honk your horn as a good warning.


  1. How should you dispose of used motor oil?

(a) Take it to a service station in a secure container to be recycled.

(b) Throw it into the trash.

(c) Pour it down the sewer.


  1. When may you use your horn?

(a) In emergencies to warn pedestrians and drivers.

(b) To blame slow drivers and careless pedestrians.

(c)    In wedding ceremonies.


  1. A vehicle is about to over-take you in normal conditions; you should:

(a) Increase your speed.

(b) Take a bit to the left to prevent it from passing.

(c) Maintain your speed and let the vehicle pass safely.


  1. You are waiting to turn left in the absence of a traffic light and a policeman; you should:

(a) Turn quickly before on coming traffic gets closer.

(b) Signal and turn when oncoming traffic has cleared.

(c) Force your way through oncoming traffic.


  1. As a driver; you should treat the bicyclist as a:

(a) Vehicle driver who has rights and responsibilities.

(b) A child who must play in the backyard.

(c) Pedestrian who must use the sidewalk.


  1. Driver distraction means the driver does:

(a) Not pay full attention to the driving task.

(b) Not understand traffic signs.

(c) Understand traffic signs but disobeys them.


  1. Some of the causes of distracted or inattentive driving are:

(a) Reading a map or newspaper while driving.

(b) Talking to another passenger or on a mobile phone.

(c) All of the above.


  1. Driver distraction or driver inattention occurs due to:

(a) Physical conditions only.

(b) Mental conditions only.

(c) Both physical and mental conditions.


  1. The seat belt must be used:

(a) Outside city limits only.

(b) Inside the city only.

(c) Inside and outside the city.


  1. The purpose of the head restraint is:

(a) To lay the head on for relaxation.

(b) To protect the neck in a rear end collision.

(c)   As a pillow in long trips.


  1. While driving; it’s okay for the driver if he:

(a) Listens to the radio on low volume.

(b) Eats a hamburger.

(c) Reads YASA’s newsletter.


  1. The driver must hold the steering wheel with:

(a) one hand.

(b) Both hands.

(c) Finger tips.


  1. One of the basic driver’s duties while driving is to:

(a) Watch the beautiful scenes around.

(b) Test his vehicle how fast it can go.

(c) Abide by traffic rules and regulations.


  1. Sticking the head outside the window when the vehicle is in motion:

(a) Enables the driver to check his left wheels.

(b) Endangers the driver’s life.

(c) Is legal and a personal behavior.


  1. The driver should refrain from driving a vehicle in case:

(a) Of defective brakes.

(b) The vehicle is parked far away.

(c) The vehicle is too small.


  1. Driving under the influence of medication is:

(a) Delightful.

(b) Painful.

(c) Dangerous.


  1. The acidic solution of the vehicle battery is:

(a) Not harmful to body skin and to vehicle metal.

(b) Harmful to body skin and to vehicle metal.

(c) Useful for windshield washing system.


  1. The purpose of the radiator in the vehicle is to:

(a) Increase the engine temperature.

(b) Absorb harmful engine radiations.

(c) Decrease the engine temperature.


  1. The purpose of the vehicle exhaust system is to:

(a) Dampen engine noise and to drain engine fumes out.

(b) Dampen engine noise only.

(c) Drain engine fumes only.


  1. If the radiator fan malfunctions while the engine is running; then the:

(a) Vehicle heater system breaks down.

(b) Engine temperature rises.

(c) Engine cools down.


  1. If the water pump breaks down while the engine is running; then the:

(a) Engine temperature plummets.

(b) Water of the wipers is cut off.

(c) Engine heats up.


  1. If the generator belt is broken while the engine is running; then the:

(a) Battery will self charge.

(b) Battery charging stops.

(c) Battery might explode.


  1. If battery fluid gets below level; you should add necessary quantity of:

(a) Engine oil.

(b) Raw water.

(c) Distilled water.


  1. To avoid getting poisoned by carbon monoxide gas in your vehicle; you should periodically check and maintain the:

(a) Exhaust system.

(b) Fuel system.

(c) Cooling system.


  1. The vehicle engine needs:

(a) Motor oil.

(b) Gear oil.

(c) Brake oil.


  1. In heavy traffic; the driver should glance his mirrors every:

(a) 40 seconds.

(b) 4 to 8 seconds.

(c) 20 seconds.


  1. As a good driver; should you resent being over taken?

(a) Yes.

(b) A bit.

(c) No.


  1. Before hitting your brakes; you should first look:

(a) In the Inner mirror.

(b) Ahead of you.

(c) To the sides.


  1. By law, the vehicle brakes light color is:

(a) Yellow.

(b) White.

(c) Red.


  1. If you maintain a safe following distance all the time; this makes you get to your destination:

(a) Tired.

(b) Safe.

(c)     Late.


  1. The number of light colors of the traffic light is:

(a) Four.

(b) Five.

(c) Three.

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