ROAD SAFETY SECTION

1. What could be the penalties for driving over the speed limit -

a) Fines, demerit points and possibly loss of licence.
b) Fines only.
c) A letter of warning and a small fine.


2. Having a radar detector or jammer in your car is against the law -

a) Only if it is turned on.
b) No matter what your reason is.
c) If you purchased it after 1998.


3. Where there are no speed limit signs, the speed limit is 100 km/h, unless -

a) The road you are driving on is gravel.
b) There's an emergency, which mean speed limits don't apply.
c) There are street lights along the road.


4. This sign means -

a) The speed limit is 100 km/h.
b) End of a 60 km/h zone.
c) No speed limit applies.


5. When you see this sign you must -

a) Drive at a speed less than 40 km/h if you are not a resident of the local zone.
b) Not exceed 40 km/h and keep a special lookout for bicycle riders, pedestrians and children.
c) Only enter the street if you live in the local zone.


6. This sign means you must -

a) Drive at 10 km/h if there are pedestrians around.
b) Reduce your speed to what you think is safe but never below 10 km/h.
c) Share this road with other people and vehicles and not exceed 10 km/h.


7. It is 9.20am on a school day. You are driving at 60 km/h, the same speed as traffic around you. You pass this sign but the other cars do not slow down much. What should you do?

a) Slow down immediately to 40 km/h or less even though other drivers want to go faster.
b) Stay at 60 km/h because it is nearly 9.30am and the times on the school sign are only advisory.
c) Drive at the speed of the other drivers because it is safer to go with the flow of traffic than slow others up.


8. Speed limit signs (such as the one shown) tell drivers -

a) The recommended speed they should drive.
b) The minimum speed they are allowed to drive.
c) The maximum speed they are allowed to drive.


9. You are facing traffic lights (as shown). What do they mean?

a) You may proceed only in the direction of the green arrow.
b) You must give way to oncoming traffic.
c) You may proceed only in the direction of the green arrow when the red light has changed to green.


10. At traffic lights what is meant when a red light appears?

a) Stop, wait behind the stop line until the lights change to green.
b) Stop, make sure there is no traffic, then drive straight ahead.
c) Stop, wait behind the stop line until the lights change to yellow.


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