Road Safety Quiz Question & Answer with PDF

1. Over speeding or dangerous driving may
a. Attracts a strict warning for the authorities
b. Is an offense and is punishable
c. Attract other road users
d. All of the above
2. Clutch riding or Riding on clutch means
a. Using clutch frequently
b. Keeping a foot on the clutch pedal
c. Not using the clutch at all
d. None of the above
3. When a vehicle is approaching with flashing red or blue light
a. You should keep to the left of the road and slow down
b. Stop where you are
c. Ignore the vehicle
d. None of the above
4. You can open the doors on the traffic side(right side) when
a. Traffic is clear
b. The car stop completely
c. After signaling other cars to the side
d. All of the above
5. When you observe a yellow traffic light glowing in an intersection, you should. Hurry to cross
b. Stop at the stop line
c. Proceed across the intersection with caution
d. You should keep to the left of the road and slow down
6. If you ride behind a large truck, what should you do?
a. Stay fairly close and take advantage of the slipstreaming effect to reduce your fuel
b. Ride fairly far back and in the middle of the road.
c. Ride fairly far back and either on the left or right so that you can see the vehicle’s
side mirror.
7. If there are no lanes marked on the road, you should drive:
a. Near to the left-hand side of the road
b. Anywhere on your side of the road
c. Along the middle of the road
8. What is punishment for driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol?
a. Imprisonment up to six months
b. Fine of Rs 10,000
c. Suspension of DL for 3 months
d. All of above
9. What must you do when you hear a siren or see red flashing lights from an
ambulance or fire tender?
a. If they're behind you, speed up so you're not holding them up
b. Stop quickly where you are
c. Slow down and pull over to allow them to pass. Stop if necessary
d. Drive-up onto the footpath
10. When driving near children playing or walking near the edge of the road, you
a. Continue at the same speed and drive around them.
b. Slow down, and be ready to make a safe stop.
c. Sound your horn to warn them of your presence
11. The following sign represents
a. No entry
b. One way
c. Speed limit ends
12. What does the following sign represents:
a. Pedestrian crossing
b. Pedestrians may enter
c. Pedestrians prohibited
13. What does the following sign represents:
a. Roads on both sides in front
b. Narrow bridge ahead
c. Narrow road ahead
14. What does the following sign represents:
a. Road closed
b. No parking
c. End of speed restriction
15. What does the following sign represents:
a. U-Turn prohibited
b. Right turn prohibited
c. Overtaking through left prohibited
16. What does the following sign represents:
a. Horn prohibited
b. Compulsory sound horn
c. May sound horn
17. What does the following sign represents:
a. Entry through right side prohibited
b. Entry through left prohibited
c. Overtaking prohibited
18. What does the following sign represents:
a. Railway station near
b. Level crossing unguarded
c. Level crossing Guarded
19. What does the following sign represents:
a. Keep right side
b. Parking on the right allowed
c. Compulsory turn to right
20. What does the following sign represents:
a. First Aid post
b. Resting place
c. Hospital
1. While driving a motorcycle or an auto-rickshaw hand signals can be shown by using
A. Both hands
B. Right hand only
C. Left hand only
D. None of the above
2. While parking the vehicle, you should park the vehicle in such a way that
A. It does not obstruct or make inconvenience to other road users
B. Parallel to the curb
C. Right angle to the curb
D. None of the above
3. To drive a vehicle with expired insurance, one should drive
A. Cautiously to avoid any accident or loss to third party
B. Should not drive
C. May drive if the driver has a valid personal life insurance policy
D. None of the above
4. You can hold a
A. Maximum of 3 license
B. Only one license
C. Any number of licenses, however, each license authorize only one class of vehicle for
D. None of the above
5. A motor driving license issued in a State is valid
A. Throughout India
B. Throughout the World
C. Only in the State of issue
D. Throughout the some state
6. Can you give a motor vehicle for driving to a person who does not have a valid license?
A. Yes, since the driver solely is responsible
B. No, since it is a serious offense
C. An offense only if the vehicle involves in an accident
D. None of the above
7. Attaching or hanging of something on the rearview mirror is
A. Against regulation
B. Permitted, depending upon its size
C. Permitted if the object does not obstruct the view of the driver
D. None of the above
8. To stop a motorcycle
A. Apply rear brakes and after slowing apply front brakes
B. Apply both front and rear brakes simultaneously
C. Apply rear brake only
D. Apply front brake only
9. You can conserve fuel when you drive the vehicle at
A. High speeds in high torque gears
B. High speed in low torque gears
C. A moderate uniform speed of 45-55 mph in top gear
D. None of the above
10. It is dangerous to drive with bald(worn out) tires, since
A. The vehicle pick up speed quickly
B. It has little road grip
C. It has too much road grip
D. None of the above
11. A yellow light that flashes on and off means:
a. Stop and look for other vehicles, then go if there is no traffic. a.
b. Stop and wait for a green light. b.
c. Speed up to clear the intersection quickly. c.
d. Slow down and proceed with caution.
12. When driving near heavy trucks, other drivers and highway users must make
allowances for:
a. The increased stopping distance required by large vehicles.
b. The decreased stopping distance required by large vehicles.
c. The decreased noise of larger vehicles.
d. The increased speed of larger vehicles.
13. This driver is giving a hand signal. What does it mean?
a. The driver is allowing you to pass
b. The driver intends to slow or stop
c. The driver intends to turn left
d. The driver intends to turn right
14. You are stopped in a line of vehicles waiting at a stop sign. If there is no cross traffic
after the vehicles ahead have passed through the intersection, you:
a. May proceed through the intersection without stopping again.
b. Must stop again at the stop sign or stop line before proceeding.
c. May slowly roll past the stop sign.
d. May follow the vehicle directly ahead of you without stopping.
15. Railroad crossings should always be considered:
a. Safe to cross, as it is unlikely that a train will be coming.
b. Dangerous.
c. Safe locations to park a car.
d. None
16. What is an engine seizure caused by?
a. Changing down a gear too early
b. Changing up a gear too early
c. Not enough lubrication in the engine
d. Cold weather
17. When must you not pass a vehicle on the left at an intersection?
a. When the other car has stopped
b. When the other car is indicating right
c. When the other car is indicating left
d. If a vehicle is indicating left you must not pass it on the left as there's a risk it will
turn into your path
18. When driving at night, which vehicle lights should you turn on?
a. lights (park lights) only
b. Dipped headlights (low beam)
c. High beam lights
d. Fog lights
19. What should you do when you are coming up to traffic signals and the signals change
from green to yellow?
a. Speed up to get through the lights
b. Stop it’s safe to do so
c. Stop if you are more than 20 meters from the intersection
d. None of the above
20. What is the safest way to drive up to intersections?
a. Look to the left
b. Look to the right
c. Look behind you
d. All of the above
1. You hold a learners license for motorcycle
A. You will drive when the traffic is less.
B. You drive the vehicle with a pillion.
C. You will not carry any other person on the motor cycle except to get
instructions from an instructor who holds a valid driving license to drive a motorcycle.
D. Driving in any public place.
2. The number of passengers permitted to be taken in a private vehicle is recorded in the
A. Tax Token
B. Permit
C. Registration Certificate
D. Driver license
3. Which of the safety device fitted in Light Motor vehicle protects the driver from
A. Helmet
B. Seat belt
C. None of above
D. Speed governor
4. Which of the following is a legal requirement for every vehicle?
A. First aid box
C. Audio system
D. Fog lamp
5. When a cow is standing across the road
A. Wait until it clears the road
B. Pass it from front
C. Pass it from behind
D. None of the above
6. In lane traffic, before making a right turn you should be in
A. Any lane
B. Extreme left lane
C. Extreme right lane
D. Middle lane
7. If your vehicle hits a pedestrian you should
A. Identify Yourself and leave
B. Help the person, and call an ambulance
C. Help the injured for medical aid identify yourself and then report to police
D. None of the above
8. You should not overtake when
A. The road ahead is not visible
B. On straight
C. Road in rural areas
D. Wide road
9. Reversing is prohibited
A. In the main road
B. In one way
C. At t junction
D. Parking place
10. While driving on wet or slippery road
A. Tyre pressure must be reduced
B. Avoid sudden braking and acceleration
C. The vehicle should be driven at high speed
D. None of the above
11. You are driving when your power steering stops working. You should:
a. Honk your horn and turn off the ignition.
b. Turn on your hazard lights and brace yourself.
c. Work hard to steer, reduce your speed, drive to a safe area, and stop.
d. Slam on your brakes.
12. You come to an intersection that is blocked by other traffic. You should:
a. Go slowly until the traffic ahead moves.
b. Get as close as possible to the car in front of you.
c. Stay out of the intersection until you can pass through.
d. Sound your horn to make the cars move up.
13. If you need to stop quickly and your vehicle is not equipped with an Anti-Lock Braking
System (ABS), you should:
a. Hold down the brake pedal.
b. Firmly pump your brakes.
c. Lightly tap the brakes.
d. Release the brake pedal.
14. The act of turning your head and checking your blind spot before changing lanes,
driving away from a curb, or merging your vehicle into traffic is:
a. A bad driving habit.
b. A good driving habit.
c. Unnecessary.
d. Not necessary if you use the rearview mirror.
15. What does this traffic sign mean?
a. Vehicles longer than indicated prohibited
b. Vehicles wider than indicated prohibited
c. Vehicles heavier than indicated prohibited
d. Parking allowed for vehicles heavier than indicated
16. Certain highway signs require drivers to obey an indicated instruction. Such signs are
known as:
a. Regulatory signs.
b. Warning signs.
c. Information signs.
d. Guide signs.
17. Which of the following is true about driving on a roadway?
a. As you drive faster, your tires become less
b. Water does not affect cars with good tires.
c. Deepwater is less dangerous than shallow water.
d. As you decrease your speed, the roadway becomes
more slippery.
18. When stopped for a traffic violation or at an equipment check, the driver must
a. Proof of insurance.
b. Their license.
c. Proof of registration.
d. All of the above.
19. When encountering an aggressive driver, you should:
a. Avoid eye contact, slow down, and let them pass.
b. Cut them off to slow them down.
c. Retaliate by tailgating them.
d. Make sure they know you disapprove of their behavior.
20. A pedestrian starts to cross in front of your vehicle. You should:
a. Flash your lights.
b. Slow down.
c. Speed up and pass in front of the pedestrian.

d. Stop and let the pedestrian cross

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