Driving Knowledge Test

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The knowledge test is designed to check your knowledge of traffic laws, rules of the road, and safe driving practices. Whether it’s your first time to learn driving or you’ve already started to drive a bike, a car, bus or even a truck, this driving knowledge test contains different questions to test your experience and what to do on the road when you see hazards developing.

Anything that could cause a driver to reduce speed, swerve to a particular road side or stop suddenly is considered a hazard. Example, a pedestrian about to cross the road, a car emerging from a road junction on the left, a parked car getting ready to pull out, a van turning right across traffic, or a green traffic light which changes as you approach the intersection.

 

How The Knowledge Test Works

This drivers’ knowledge examination is also available in our oral, written, computerized and practical driving tests. They are divided into parts, consisting of several questions, answers and practical exercises. There are 50 questions to face in this section, covering general driving theory and hazard perception tests. The pass mark is 60 out of 70 questions; and the test would be completed in 60 minutes or less. Some questions may ask for two or more correct answers from a selection of four options.

Once you have completed the test, click on “Submit” to get your score. But before attempting these tests, please ensure you have completed our intensive Online or Offline Driving Course – so you can be familiar with the right driving techniques and be able to understand the required driving situations before taking this online driving knowledge test.

 

Sample Driving Knowledge Test Questions:

A: If a traffic signal light is green and a police officer signals you to stop, you should:

  1. Obey the traffic officer
  2. Obey the traffic signal
  3. First obey the traffic officer, then the signal
  4. Do what the vehicle in front of you does

B: The best way to tell if you are permitted to pass other vehicles is to see if:

  1. There is a green flashing light
  2. The road ahead is straight
  3. The vehicle ahead signals that it is OK to pass
  4. There are solid or broken lane markings

C: When on a short entrance to an expressway where there is no acceleration lane:

  1. Enter the far right traffic lane and speed up to the flow of traffic there
  2. Use the shoulder of the main road to get up to the speed of the traffic
  3. Speed up on the entrance only after you have found a gap in traffic
  4. Speed up on the entrance and find a gap in traffic

Answers: A-1, B-4, C-3.

If you have any questions regarding this test, simply get in touch with us here. Our driving instructors will be willing to answer your questions.

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Drivers Practical Examination Exercises

Practical Road Test

The Road Driving Test will include maneuvers, driving in traffic, your ability to use turn signals, safely controlling the vehicle and final stopping and parking the car.

This knowledge test consists of several Highway Code and the our examiners will check to see if attentions are paid to the traffic laws, lane driving rules, motor vehicle laws, and safe driving practices during the driving test.

Depending on your driving training package, you are expected to perform some or all of the following maneuvers on the driving test:

Driving Test Lessons and Maneuvers:

  1. Basic Car Skills and the Use of Pedals
  2. The Steering Wheel Hand Positioning
  3. Seat Positioning and Starting Procedures
  4. Vehicle Checks & other Cockpit Drills
  5. Shift/Automatic Gears Selections
  6. Approaching Intersections & Crossing
  7. Hazard Perception Drills & Crash Avoidance
  8. Observing the Right-of-Way Laws
  9. Emergency Stops & Skid Corrections
  10. Reversing/Turning About (Three Point Turn)
  11. Parallel Parking & Parking on Hills
  12. Quick and Safe Stopping Tactics
  13. Turning on the Road & Safe Backing
  14. Obeying Traffic Signs & Stop Signals
  15. Overtaking & Passing Procedures
  16. Lane Driving & Lane Disciplines
  17. Follow Distance & Common Distractions
  18. Defensive Driving Techniques
  19. Driving the Roundabouts
  20. Drivers Attitude & Driving Faults

Our examiners would consider all mistakes you may have made after the test is completed. If you are disqualified at any stage, you are encouraged to study or practice harder before another test is scheduled.

 

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Vision Screening

To screen your vision, you will be asked to look into a machine and/or read lines of letters or numbers to the examiner.

This screening determines whether your eye sight and peripheral vision meet the standards to safely operate a motor vehicle. Please note that this is not a medical examination. However, we may refer you to take clinical eye evaluation if this is important in your own situation.

Again, if you need to wear eye glasses or contact lenses to pass the vision screening, then you must be asked to wear them when you drive too.