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Q1.

If you are at a junction and the "Red Man" has come and a pedestrian is still crossing
the road, what should you do?

A. move forward B. shout at the pedestrian for being slow C. give way

Q2.A probationary driver who has accumulated 13 or more demerit points within the first
12 months will

A. be fined only B. get his/her license revoked C. be jailed only

Q3.The distance needed to stop a moving vehicle is measured in Reaction Distance +


Braking Distance. Which of the following statements is incorrect?

A. Both reaction distance and braking distance decrease when the car is moving in slower speed B. When the road is wet, the stopping distance will increase but reaction distance will stay the same C. Your reaction distance is always constant even if you are tired or have consumed alcohol
You are Right! Your reaction TIME is almost constant under normal mental state but reaction distance gets bigger the faster you go

Q4.
When the light turns green, how many seconds should you wait before proceeding?

A. 0.5 seconds B. 8 seconds C. 2 seconds

Q5.
How should you check the blind spots?

A. turn your head and look over your shoulders. B. check through the side view mirrors. C. check through the rear view mirrors.

Q6.
Which of the following people can not drive?

A. Pregnant women B. drunk people C. students

Q7.
Upon seeing this sign,

A. you must slow down immediately. B. you should slow down if your speed is above 50km/h. C. you should not slow down if no other vehicles on the road.

Q8.
you should not drive when suffering from

A. epilepsy B. high blood pressure C. obesity

Q9.
The handbrake should be applied when:

A. stopping on a slope only. B. stopping at a traffic light controlled junction only. C. whenever your vehicle is in a stationary position.

Q10.
A continuous white line is the centre line of a two-way road. Vehicles should keep to the left of this line.

A. Overtaking is not allowed on either side of the road at all times. B. Parking is not allowed on either side of the road at all times. C. Overtaking and parking are not allowed on either side of the road at all times.

Q11.
What is the first thing you should do to safely overtake another vehicle?

A. Check Traffics Ahead B. Check Traffics Behind C. Check Blind Spot

You are Right! There are 12 steps when to overtaking another vehicle Safely.

Q22.
Normal bus lanes are denoted by a

A. continuous yellow line B. dotted yellow line C. continuous red and yellow line

Q13.
To Apply for the Provisional Driving License(PDL), you must first pass

A. the Riding Theory Test. B. the Basic Driving Theory Test. C. the Final Driving Theory Test

Q14.When you are driving on an expressway and received an emergency mobile call, you
should:

A. ignore it, because it is an offense to use handphone when driving. B. pull to the slower lane, then answer it. C. answer it if you have a hands-free microphone.
You are Right! do not make or answer phone calls while driving, unless you have hands-free microphone and it is really urgent. you should always ensure your attention is on the road and hands are on the steering wheel.

Q15.
The sign indicates

A. No parking for motorcycles. B. No entry for motorcycles. C. No entry for pedal cycles.

Q16.
On unlit roads, you should _____.

A. use the high beam lights B. use the low beam lights C. flashing your headlights

Q17.
The sign indicates

A. no sounding of horn at all times. B. no sounding of horn except to prevent accident. C. no sounding of horn except to insist right of way.

Q18.
Full day bus lane hours are

A. 7.30am - 8pm, Mondays to Saturday B. 7am - 8.30pm, Mondays to Saturday C. 7.30am - 8pm, Mondays to Sunday

Q19.
When are you allowed to park or let your vehicle wait within 9 metres of a bus stop?

A. never B. when need to alighting passenger C. when your vehicle breaks down

Q20.
When can you use bus lanes?

A. Outside of restricted hours. B. When there are no buses around. C. Bus lanes must never be used by cars.
You are Right! Certain hours apply to bus lanes in use. Outside these hours, it is acceptable to drive on bus lanes.

Q21.
Red circular signs are

A. Regulatory signs - meant to regulate traffic movement.

B. Prohibitory signs - obey these signs at all times. C. Warning signs - slow down and proceed with caution

Q22.
On one-way street (not dual-carriageways) where vehicles may pass on either side, you ______

A. must always overtake on the right. B. can not overtake. C. may overtake on the left.

Q23.
When approaching a hospital, you see a No Horn sign, and an upcoming vehicle suddenly cut into your path,

A. You should sound the horn to warn the other road user. B. You should slow down and without sounding the horn. C. You should slow down and meanwhile sound the horn.

Q24.
When approaching a pedestrian crossing,

A. you may speed up and bypass it as quickly as possible after ensuring safety. B. you must always stop no matter there are pedestrians around or not. C. you should always slow down no matter there are pedestrians around or not.

Q25.
Headlights must be turned on when you are driving during

A. 7:00 am - 7:00pm. B. 7:00 pm - 7:00 am. C. 6:30 pm - 6:30 am.

Q26.
What are the normal bus lane hours on weekday evenings?

A. 4.30pm - 7.00pm B. 5.00pm - 8.00pm C. 4.00pm - 8.00pm


You are Right!

Normal bus lane hours Monday to Friday 7:30am to 9:30am, 5:00pm to 8:00pm Full day bus lane hours Monday to Saturday 7:30am to 8:00pm

Q27.
How does alcohol affect a driver?

A. Reaction time will increase B. Reaction time will decrease C. Reaction time will remain the same
You are Right! Reaction time increases, meaning driver will take a longer time to react to any changes on the road

Q28.
What should you do when you feel that the brake is not working when you are about to move off?

A. ignore it B. do not drive and call the car technician to check your car C. just drive as per normal

Q29.
If a car behind your vehicle intends to race speed with you, what should you do?

A. Speed with him B. Stop immediately C. Ignore him and drive within the speed limit

Q30.
The purpose of the chevron markings is to

A. classify the motorcyclists B. advise pedestrians to cross C. channel traffic


You are Right! The purpose of the chevron markings is to channel traffic

Q31.
the lower the gear,

A. the bigger the power but the lower the speed

B. the bigger the power and the higher the speed C. the smaller the power and the lower the speed
You are Right! the lowest gear has the biggest power, but the lowest speed

Q32.
How often should you check the rear view mirror while driving?

A. Every 5 to 10 seconds B. Every 2 to 5 seconds C. Every 10 to 15 seconds

Q33.
When approaching a traffic light controlled junction, you should

A. always stop. B. slow down. C. speed up before the light changes.

Q34.
Bald tyres will skid

A. on wet roads only. B. on dry roads only. C. on both dry and wet roads when braking hard.

Q35.
How much distance you should keep from a bus stop or bus bay when stopping or parking your vehicle.

A. at least 3 metres away. B. at least 6 metres away. C. at least 9 metres away.

Q36.
At a roundabout, traffic coming from which direction takes priority over you?

A. from your right. B. from your left. C. from the opposite direction.

Q37.
The sign indicates

A. vehicles at left lane should speed up, at right lanes should slow down. B. two-way traffic ahead. C. two-way traffic across a one-way carriageway.

Q38.
The driver is signaling that ______

A. He intends to move out to the right or turn right. B. He intends to move in to the left or turn left. C. He intends to slow down.

Q39.
After driving through a flooded road, you noticed that the brakes are not functioning, you should

A. change to lower gear and drive your vehicle to nearby shop for examining and repair. B. pump the brake pedal a few times to see whether can make it work. C. change to lower gear, turn on hazard lights, then off the engine.

Q40.
The sign indicates

A. vehicles are not allowed to turn right. B. vehicles can only go straight or turn right. C. vehicles have no entry to the left lane.

Q41.
Which of the following statements is TRUE?

A. Tailgating is not allowed on expressways especially when driving at high speeds.

B. Tailgating makes the driver in front nervous and can cause him/her to be involved in an accident. C. Tailgating is an offence and can be fined up to $5,000 and 3 demerit points.

Q42.
Upon seeing this sign, you should:

A. Speed up on the right B. Slow down and try not to overtake C. Horn to warn all road users
You are Right! When you see the road works ahead sign you should slow down and remain vigilant.

Q43.
What should you do while waiting at a red traffic light?

A. Pull up handbrake. B. Step on brake pedal. C. Turn on Hazard Light

Q44.
When approaching a curve with poor visibility, you should:

A. dip your headlights. B. flash your headlights. C. turn off your headlights.

Q45.
Do not park your vehicle or let your vehicle wait in

A. any normal bus lanes between 7.30am to 9.30am, 5.00pm to 8.00pm on Mondays to Fridays. B. any full
day bus lanes between 7.30am to 8pm on Mondays to Saturdays, except public holidays.

C. any bus lanes at all times.


You are Right! No parking or waiting in bus lanes.

Q46.
when going straight across a junction,

A. give way to traffic going straight from the right

B. give way to traffic turning right. C. give way to traffic turning left.

Q47.
when can you stop on the road shoulder?

A. when you need to give way to large vehicles B. when your vehicle has broken down C. when you are sick and tired

Q48.
This sign indicates

A. bus stop ahead. B. bus lane ahead. C. beware of bus crossing the road ahead.

Q49.
Can you overtake from the left?

A. yes, if the right lane is congested. B. yes, as long as you can do it safely. C. no, it is an offense.

Q50.
When you see a U-turn sign at the road junction, it indicates

A. You may U-turn B. You must U-turn C. You must U-turn if there is no vehicle blocking

Q51.
The sign indicates

A. right turn only. B. U-turn ahead. C. Blind people may be crossing the road.

Q52.
you should not drive when suffering from

A. epilepsy B. high blood pressure C. obesity

Q53.
The sign indicates that

A. one way road ahead. B. vehicles can only turn left. C. vehicles may turn left.

Q54.
You have fastened the seat belt and adjusted the rear view and wing (side) mirrors, what are the next steps you should take before moving off?

A. Signal the intention B. Check around for pedestrians or other traffic C. Do both of the above (A and B)

Q55.
Headlights must be turned on when you are driving during

A. 7:00 am - 7:00pm. B. 7:00 pm - 7:00 am. C. 6:30 pm - 6:30 am.

Q56.
Following another vehicle very closely behind

A. is very safe as the visibility will be clear B. may lead to an accident C. is encouraged as it gives more space to the vehicles behind

Q57.
Driving licences are classified based on the different types of motor vehicles and all together there are ______ classes of driving licence in Singapore.

A. 6 B. 9 C. 12
You are Right! class 1, 2, 2A, 2B, 3, 3A, 4, 4A, 5

Q58.
When turning,

A. keep as close to the kerb as possible. B. keep a distance of at least 0.5 metres from the kerb. C. keep a distance of at least 1 metre from the kerb.

Q59. This sign indicates

A. vehicles may turn right immediately. B. one way road ahead. C. vehicles must turn right ahead.

Q60.The sign indicates

A. turn left ahead. B. turn left only. C. Left bend ahead

Q61.
Which of the following statement is correct regarding right-turn pocket?

A. vehicle should never enter into it. B. stay within it until it is clear to complete the turn. C. vehicle should never wait inside it.

Q62.
Which of the following is not allowed on the expressway?

A. a vehicle that has broken down before B. a vehicle which is higher than 4.5 m C. a motorcycle with side-car attached

Q63.
Which of the following statement is INCORRECT?

A. zig-zag lines give advance warning of the presence of a pedestrian crossing. B. vehicle should not overtake, wait or park in the vicinity. C. Pedestrians are allowed to cross at the zig-zag areas.
You are Right! Pedestrians are NOT allowed to cross at the zig-zag areas, they should only cross at the zebra area.

Q64.
You are passing a bus at a bus stop that is letting down passengers. What should you do?

A. You should continue with constant speed so you won't confuse the bus driver. B. You should slow down because there might be passengers crossing the road. C. You should stop, wait until the bus gets out of the bus stop and back to the road again.

Q65.
Upon seeing a flashing amber light, you should ______

A. slow down and prepare to stop. B. stop, unless you are too close to the stop-line to stop safely. C. proceed with caution, give way to traffic on the right.

Q66.The sign indicates

A. pedestrian crossing ahead. B. accident area ahead. C. road works ahead.

Q67.
This sign indicates

A. no entry for vehicles with overall width exceeding 2.3 meters. B. no entry for vehicles with overall height exceeding 2.3 meters. C. no entry for vehicles with overall width less than 2.3 meters.

Q68.
Who needs to use a child restraint?

A. a 7-year-old child B. an 8-year-old child C. a 9-year-old child

Q69.
How can we identify those Advance Directional Signs?

A. Rectangular with green background B. Rectangular but with a chevron shape on one end to indicate the direction C. Rectangular with white background

Q4.
When can you cross the centre line of a two-way road?

A. You are not allowed to cross the centre line at all times. B. when there is an obstruction ahead and the road is narrow.

C. when you are approaching a sharp bend.

Q70.
When the road is wet,

A. the braking distance will increase. B. the reaction distance will increase. C. the stopping distance will decrease.

Q71.
Which of the following is INCORRECT? You are allowed to overtake

A. at any road junction B. on the right even if you are turning left C. on the right if you are turning right
You are Right! you cannot over take at any road junction.

Q72.
'Two-second rule' can be applied when driving at

A. Any speed B. High speed C. Low speed


You are Right! The `Two-second rule` is applicable to any vehicles at any speed on dry road.

Q73.
To move off from a stationary position, you have to:

A. signal your intention properly. B. look out for other road users infront and behind. C. Do both of the above (A and B).

Q74.
If a driver rotates his hand in a circular motion out of the window, what signal is he giving?

A. He intends to move out to the right. B. He intends to move in to the left or turn left. C. He intends to stop.

You are Right! The driver`s intention is to move to the left.

Q75.
What is tailgating?

A. one vehicle's front hit another vehicle's rear. B. one vehicle blocked the traveling path of another vehicle. C. one vehicle is traveling too closely behind another vehicle.

Q1.Road hogging is: A. driving at a fast speed on the center lane. B. driving at slow speed on the left lane. C. driving at slow speed along the center of the road and cause obstruction.

Q2.Which Gear has the highest Speed? A. Gear 1 B. Gear 3 C. Gear 5

Q3.If a driver has consumed alcohol or is tired, his A. reaction time will decrease B. reaction time will increase C. braking distance will decrease

Q4.A cyclist is using the pedestrian crossing when red man is on, what should you do? A. Horn to warn him of your right of way and call police B. Flash your headlights at him C. Slow down and let him cross

Q5.road hogging most likely is caused by A. fast moving vehicles. B. slow moving vehicles. C. pedestrians.

Q6.When the light turns green at a traffic light controlled junction and the vehicle in front
moves off very slowly, you should

A. tap your horn repeatedly to rush him. B. wait for him to move off before proceeding. C. overtake him.

Q7.Parallel continuous yellow lines indicate ___ at all times on that side of the road where
these lines are drawn.

A. no parking B. no parking or waiting C. no parking or stopping


You are Right! single straight yellow line - no parking during 7.00am -7:00pm, except Sundays & public holidays; double continuous yellow lines - no parking at all times

Q8.Do not let your vehicle wait or park within ____ of a junction. A. 8 metres B. 10 metres C. 6 metres

Q9.the lower the gear, A. the bigger the power but the lower the speed B. the bigger the power and the higher the speed C. the smaller the power and the lower the speed
You are Right! the lowest gear has the biggest power, but the lowest speed

Q10.The sign indicates

A. vehicles must only go straight ahead. B. one way road ahead. C. one-way traffic Q1.When the traffic light turns amber and you have just crossed the stop-line, you should
_____

A. stop immediately.

B. reverse until behind the stop-line. C. proceed.

Q2.Which of the following is NOT applicable to parallel continuous white lines in the
center of a two-way road?

A. No parking on either side of the road B. Vehicles should keep to the right of these lines C. Vehicles are not allowed to cross these lines

Q3.If you are traveling at a speed of 80km/h, how many vehicle(s) length at least should
be adhered to between your vehicle and the vehicle in front?

A. 10 B. 8 C. 5
You are Right! The basic rule is to maintain at least one vehicle length for every 16km/h of your vehicle speed.

Q4.You may park your vehicle on the side of a road with _____ A. broken white line along the centre. B. single continuous white line along the centre. C. parallel continuous white lines along the centre.

Q5.When approaching a curve or intersection with poor visibility, you should A. turn off your headlights B. dip your headlights C. flash your headlights

Q6.When approaching a roundabout, you should ______ A. speed up so as not to cause any obstruction. B. slow down and give way to traffic on your right. C. always stop before proceeding.

Q7.The sign indicates

A. turn left ahead. B. turn left only. C. Left bend ahead

Q8.When driving along two-way streets, we should always keep to ______ A. Left B. Right C. Centre
You are Right! When driving along two-way streets, always keep Left

Q9.upon seeing a red arrow, you should ______ A. stop behind the stop-line in the direction indicated. B. proceed except if there is oncoming traffic. C. proceed even there is traffic from the opposite direction.

Q10.Can you overtake from the left? A. yes, if the right lane is congested. B. yes, as long as you can do it safely. C. no, it is an offense.

Q1.Which of the following is a correct practice? A. Use plastic bag to top up fuel B. Switch off the engine while filling fuel C. Use handphone in the vicinity of the petrol station

Q2.What should you not do when you are at the bend, brow of a hill or a bridge? A. speed up a little if too slow, but ensure not to exceed the speed limit of the road or the vehicle. B. park or let your vehicle wait C. drive slowly and carefully

Q3.Omnibus can use the bus lanes:

A. at all times. B. only on weekdays from 7:30am to 9:30am and 4:30pm to 7:00pm. C. only on Saturday 7:30am to 9:30am and 11:30am to 2:00pm.

Q4.A continuous white line along the centre of a road indicates A. Lane mark of a one-way road. B. Centre line of a two-way road. C. vehicles are allowed to park on the side of the road.

Q5.What is Travel Time Display for? A. Provide estimated traveling time on the expressway to selected exits B. Provide estimated traveling distance on the expressway to selected exits C. Provide estimated time you have traveled on the expressway
You are Right! Provide estimated travel time to selected exits on the expressway

Q6.How should you react to an amber traffic light? A. stop, unless you are too close to the stop-line to stop safely. B. stop, regardless of the situation. C. accelerate and pass the junction quickly.

Q7.The purpose of road hump is to A. Slow down motorists B. Warn motorists of a zebra crossing ahead C. Stop motorists

Q8.When is tailgating acceptable? A. When you want the vehicle in front to speed up B. when you want the vehicle in front to give way C. tailgating is never acceptable
You are Right! tailgating is a dangerous practice that should be avoided at all time

Q9.Which of the following people can not drive? A. Pregnant women B. drunk people

C. students

Q10.What are the consequences of repeat drink driving? A. Fine and corrective work order. B. Fine and mandatory jail sentence. C. Fine, mandatory jail sentence and disqualification from driving.

When the Green B traffic light signal appears all vehicles in the first lane may proceed vehicle may proceed when no buses in the traffic only buses may proceed When turning, keep as close to the kerb as possible. keep a distance of at least 0.5 metres from the kerb. keep a distance of at least 1 metre from the kerb. You should cultivate the habit of checking both rear view and wing(side) mirrors at a frequency of about: Once every 5 to 10 seconds. Once every 20 to 30 seconds. Once in a while. The sign indicates

vehicles must stop even though there are no children around. vehicles must slow down and prepare to stop for children crossing the road. This is my Answer children must stop and wait for vehicles to pass. When you miss the exit point on an expressway, you should? Reverse and exit Move on to the road shoulder Drive ahead and exit at the next exit point

Which of the following statement is incorrect, when following another vehicle? should leave more space when the front vehicle is smaller and lighter vehicles like motorcycles. should leave more space when your own vehicle is heavily loaded. should leave lesser space when traveling on the expressway, so as not to cause obstruction. What does this sign indicate?

This is a warning for road hump ahead, motorists should slow down, keep left and not to overtake. This is my Answer Motorists should speed up to get over the hump ahead Motorists should take an alternative route to avoid the hump ahead When you hear the police car's siren from behind, you should speed up not to cause any obstruction slow down, keep left or move aside This is my Answer maintain the speed and keep left Which of the following is not allowed on the expressway? a vehicle that has broken down before a vehicle which is higher than 4.5 m a motorcycle with side-car attached Can you overtake from the left? yes, if the right lane is congested. This is my Answer yes, as long as you can do it safely. no, it is an offense. When turning, which wheel tends to pull closer to the kerb? the front nearside wheel.

This is my Answer the rear nearside wheel. the front outer side wheel. When stopping your vehicle at a traffic light controlled junction, which of the following is incorrect Stop before and close to the stop-line Apply handbrake after stopping Inch forward while waiting for the lights to change so as to move quickly