Test Preparation

Ans. When the driver in front of you is turning right, when you intend to turn left, when the vehicles in the lane on your right are moving slower than the vehicles in your lane in queuing traffic?
Ans. Give way to traffic on the right and traffic already turning.
Ans. You should come to a halt at the STOP sign itself.
Ans. To help drivers distinguish between the two in snowy conditions.
Ans. You would take up position in the extreme right hand lane.
Ans. A Zebra Crossing is ahead, no overtaking and no parking.
Ans. By the yellow flashing beacons.
Ans. Each side of the island is a separate crossing.
Ans. In a built up area, you cannot use your horn between the hours of 11.30p.m. and 7.00a.m, except in the case of an emergency.
Ans. You should dip your headlights when: (a) You're meeting on-coming traffic. (b)You're following close behind another vehicle. (c) You're on continuously well lit roads. (d) At the beginning and end of lighting up hours, i.e. dawn and dusk. (e) When you're driving in fog or snow. (f) When you're approaching a Junction.
Ans. You should slow down and stop if necessary.
Ans. An area in which stopping and parking is prohibited, (except by buses or taxis) for a period indicated on the Clearway signpost.
Ans. A broken yellow line signifies the edge of the roadway, also known as a hard shoulder.
Ans. A single yellow line signifies parking is prohibited at certain times, (generally during working hours).
Ans. No parking at anytime.
Ans. The legal parking distance is 45 centimeters, or 1.5 Ft.
Ans. You are permitted to park 5 Metres from a junction.
Ans. You should never park near a bend, the brow of a hill, a humpback bridge, at a continuous white line, where your vehicle would obstruct a sign or entrance.
Ans. You should never overtake at a bend, a junction, the brow of a hill, a humpback bridge, at a continuous white line or anywhere your view of oncoming traffic is restricted.
Ans. You should allow 1 metre for each Kilometer Per hour you are travelling. Double that for wet roads, four times that for icy roads or observe the " two second rule".
Ans. That there is an obstruction on the road ahead.
Ans. You should give way to traffic on the right and traffic already turning.
Ans. Go, providing the junction is clear.
Ans. You should stop if you can do so SAFELY at the Stop line.
Ans. A Garda, a school warden or a person in charge of animals.
Ans. A continuous white line with a broken line behind it.
Ans. You can cross the line in order to avoid an obstruction, for access, or if there is a broken white line on your side of the continuous white line.
Ans. (a) 100 K.P.H. for cars. (b) 120 K.P.H. (c)1.6mm Min.
Ans. You must not enter a Yellow Box unless your way ahead is clear. The only exception being if turning right. Then you can enter and wait in the box so long as you are not obstructing other traffic.
Ans. You should always obey the line nearest you.
Ans. There will be one or two continuous white lines ahead.
Ans. You may overtake if it is safe to do so.
Ans. You should treat them like a traffic island and not enter the space between the lines.
Ans. Aquaplaning is when a film of water builds up between the tyres and the road and one's steering and braking is affected.
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