1. What should you do on approaching a railway level crossing displaying a STOP sign?

a) Stop at all times and proceed when safe to do so.
b) Slow down to 10 km/h, then proceed through the crossing.
c) Stop, only if a train is at the crossing.

2. You are driving the car in the diagram. You must stop -

a) Even when there is no other traffic.
b) Only if there is a car on your right or left.
c) Only if there is danger of a collision with another vehicle.

3. If the boomgates are down and the signals are flashing, at a railway level crossing, you may begin to cross -

a) If you can safely go around the closed gate.
b) If you cannot see a train approaching.
c) Only when the gate is up and the lights stop flashing.

4. When approaching a railway level crossing displaying this sign, you must -

a) Increase your speed to avoid any approaching trains.
b) Slow down, look both ways for trains and be prepared to stop if necessary.
c) Continue across at normal speed, do not slow down.

5. Even if the signal at a railway level crossing does not indicate that a train is coming, you should -

a) Speed up and cross the tracks quickly.
b) Slow down, be ready to stop and give way if there is danger of collision.
c) Stop completely at all times.

6. You are in the car approaching the intersection shown, you should -

a) Drive carefully and approach at a speed which gives you good time to avoid traffic which might suddenly appear.
b) Come to a complete stop before you come to the intersection.
c) Flash your lights to let other vehicles know that you are coming.

7. Turn signals are -

a) Always required for any turn.
b) Not required when turning at T-intersections.
c) Not required when turning at traffic lights with a green arrow.

8. You come to an intersection in Sydney with a Light Rail vehicle about to enter. What should you do?

a) Wait until the intersection is clear.
b) Enter the intersection, but keep away from the Light Rail vehicle.
c) Change lanes before crossing the intersection.

9. You approach an intersection in busy traffic and want to go straight ahead. The traffic lights turn green. When are you permitted to enter the intersection?

a) When the vehicle behind signals you to go.
b) Immediately after the traffic lights turn green.
c) Only when there is room for your vehicle on the other side.

10. You are at a busy intersection with slow moving traffic and want to go straight ahead. When the traffic lights change to green you should make sure that -

a) You have the car in the right gear.
b) You do not block the intersection.
c) You do not hold up the traffic behind you.

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