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Learners Licence Test Questions and Answers

Computer Test Questions and Answers

Learn and read the following questions and answers for Learner’s license test and learner’s computer test. In addition to this, questions will help candidates in the Regular License test.

Q.1 – The following sign represents.


1. Stop
2. No parking
3. Hospital ahead
Ans: 1

Q.2 – Near a pedestrian crossing, when the pedestrians are waiting to cross the road, you should:
1. Sound the horn and proceed
2. Slow down, sound horn and pass
3. Stop the vehicle and wait till the pedestrians cross the road and then proceed
Ans: 3

Q.3 – You are approaching a narrow bridge; another vehicle is about to enter the bridge from the opposite side. You should:
1. Increase the speed and try to cross the bridge as fast as possible
2. Put on the headlight and pass the bridge
3. Wait till the other vehicle crosses the bridge and then proceed
Ans: 3

Q.4 – When a vehicle is involved in an accident causing injury to any person
1. Take the vehicle to the nearest police station and report the accident
2. Stop the vehicle and report to the police station
3. Take all reasonable steps to secure medical attention to the injured and report to the nearest police station within 24 hours
Ans: 3 

Q.5 – The following sign represents.

1. Keep left
2. There is no road to the left
3. Compulsory turn left
Ans: 3

Q.6 – The following sign represents.

1. Give way
2. Hospital ahead
3. Traffic island ahead
Ans: 1

Q.7 – The following sign represents.

1. No entry
2. One way
3. Speed limit ends
Ans: 2

Q.8 – On a road designated as one way
1. Parking is prohibited
2. Overtaking is prohibited
3. Should not drive in reverse gear
Ans: 3

Q.9 – You can overtake a vehicle in front
1. Through the right side of that vehicle
2. Through the left side
3. Through the left side, if the road is wide
Ans: 1

Q.10 – When a vehicle approaches an unguarded railway level crossing, before crossing it, the driver shall:
1. Stop the vehicle on the left side of the road, get down from the vehicle, go to the railway track, and ensure that no train or trolley is coming from either side
2. Sound the horn and cross the track as fast as possible
3. Wait till the train passes
Ans: 1

Q.11 – The following sign represents.

1. Right turn prohibited
2. Sharp curve to the right
3. U-turn prohibited
Ans: 3

Q.12 – The following sign represents.

1. Pedestrian crossing
2. Pedestrians may enter
3. Pedestrians prohibited
Ans: 1

Q.13 – How can you distinguish a transport vehicle?
1. By looking at the tyre size.
2. By the color of the vehicle.
3. By looking at the number plate of the vehicle.
Ans: 3

Q.14 – The following sign represents.

1. Keep right side
2. Parking on the right allowed
3. Compulsory turn to the right
Ans: 2

Q.15 – The following sign represents.

1. U-Turn prohibited
2. Right turn prohibited
3. Overtaking through left prohibited
Ans: 2

Q.16 – The Validity of learner’s licence
1. Till the driving licence is obtained
2. 6 months
3. 30 days
Ans: 2

Q.17 – In a road without footpath, the pedestrians
1. Should walk on the left side of the road
2. Should walk on the right side of the road
3. May walk on either side of the road
Ans: 2

Q.18 – Free passage should be given to the following types of vehicles.
1. Police vehicles.
2. Ambulance and fire service vehicles
3. Express, Super Express buses
Ans: 2

Q.19 – The following sign represents.

1. Horn prohibited
2. Compulsory sound horn
3. May sound horn
Ans: 1

Q.20 – The following sign represents.

1. Roads on both sides in front
2. Narrow bridge ahead
3. Narrow road ahead
Ans: 2

Q.21 – Vehicles proceeding from the opposite direction should be allowed to pass through.
1. Your right side
2. Your left side
3. The convenient side
Ans: 1

Q.22 – The driver of a vehicle may overtake.
1. while driving downhill
2. If the road is sufficiently wide
3. When the driver of the vehicle in front shows the signal to overtake
Ans: 3

Q.23 – What does the following sign represent?

1. First aid post
2. Resting place
3. Hospital
Ans: 3

Q.24 – The following sign represents.

1. First aid post
2. Resting place
3. Hospital
Ans: 1

Q.25 – The driver of a motor vehicle shall drive through.
1. The right side of the road
2. The left side of the road
3. The Centre of the road
Ans: 2

Q.26 – When a Vehicle is parked on the roadside during the night.
1. The vehicle should be locked
2. The person having licence to drive such a vehicle should be in the driver’s seat
3. The park light shall remain lit
Ans: 3

Q.27 – The following sign represents.

1. Road closed
2. No parking
3. End of speed restriction
Ans: 3

Q.28 – What is the meaning of below-given sign?

1. Hospital
2. Resting place
3. First aid post
Ans: 2

Q.29 – Fog lamps are used
1. During night
2. When there is mist
3. When the opposite vehicle is not using dim light
Ans: 2

Q.30 – The following sign represents.

1. Narrow road ahead
2. Narrow bridge ahead
3. Roads on both sides ahead
Ans: 1

Q.31 – Zebra lines are meant for.
1. Stopping vehicle.
2. Pedestrians crossing
3. To give preference to vehicle
Ans: 2

Q.32 – When an ambulance is approaching.
1. Allow passage if there are no vehicles from the front side.
2. No preference needs to be given.
3. The driver shall allow free passage by drawing to the side of the road
Ans: 3

Q.33 – The following sign represents.

1. Entry through right side prohibited
2. Entry through left prohibited
3. Overtaking prohibited
Ans: 3

Q.34 – Red traffic light indicates
1. The vehicle can proceed with caution
2. Stop the vehicle
3. Slow down
Ans: 2

Q.35 – The following sign represents.

1. Railway station near
2. Level crossing unguarded
3. Level crossing Guarded
Ans: 2

Q.36 – The following sign represents.

1. Crossroad
2. No entry
3. Hospital
Ans: 1

Q.37 – Parking a vehicle in front of the entrance to the hospital is.
1. Proper
2. Improper
3. Proper if NO PARKING sign is not provided
Ans: 2

Q.38 – The following sign represents.

1. Restriction ends
2. No Entry
3. No overtaking
Ans: 2

Q.39 – Where the slippery road sign is seen on the road, the driver shall
1. Reduce the speed by changing the gear
2. Apply brake
3. Proceed in the same speed
Ans: 1

Q.40 – The following sign represents.

1. May turn to left
2. Compulsory go ahead or turn left
3. Side road left
Ans: 3

Q.41 – Overtaking is prohibited in the following circumstances
1. When it is likely to cause inconvenience or danger to other traffic
2. When the vehicle in front is reducing speed
3. During night
Ans: 1

Q.42 – The following sign represents.

1. Sound horn compulsory
2. Sound horn continuously
3. Horn prohibited
Ans: 1

Q.43 – Overtaking when approaching a bend
1. is permissible
2. not permissible
2. is permissible with care
Ans: 2

Q.44 – The following sign represents.

1. Road to the right in front
2. Compulsory turn right
3. Turn to right prohibited
Ans: 2

Q.45 – Drunken driving is
1. allowed in private vehicles
2. allowed during night time
3. prohibited in all vehicles.
Ans: 3

Q.46 – The following sign represents.

1. End of restriction
2. Do not stop
3. No parking
Ans: 3

Q.47 – Use of horn prohibited
1. Mosque, Church, and Temple
2. Near Hospital, Courts of Law
3. Near Police Station
Ans: 2

Q.48 – The sign represents

1. Go straight
2. One-way
3. Prohibited in both direction
Ans: 2

Q.49 – Rearview mirror is used
1. for seeing the face
2. for watching the traffic approaching from behind
3. for seeing the back-seat passenger
Ans: 2

Q.50 – The sign represents

1. No entry for motor vehicles
2. No entry for cars and motorcycles
3. Entry allowed for cars and motor vehicles
Ans: 1

Q.51 – Boarding in and alighting from a vehicle while in motion
1. Permitted in Bus
2. Permitted in Auto Rikshaw
3. Prohibited in All Vehicles
Ans: 3

Q.52 – The sign represents

1. Trucks Prohibited
2. Bus Prohibited
3. Heavy Vehicles Prohibited
Ans: 1

Q.53 – Parking is permitted
1. In turnings
2. On footpaths
3. Where parking is not prohibited
Ans: 3

Q.54 – The sign represents

1. Bullock cart prohibited
2. Cycle prohibited
3. All vehicles prohibited
Ans: 1

Q.55 – When fuel is filled in a vehicle
1. shall not check the air pressure
2. shall not smoke
3. shall not use any light of the vehicle
Ans: 2

Q.56 – The sign represents

1. Students prohibited
2. Pedestrians permitted
3. Pedestrians prohibited
Ans: 3

Q.57 – Mobile phones shall not be used
1. in Government offices
2. in Police Stations
3. While driving a vehicle
Ans: 3

Q.58 – The sign represents

1. Overtaking prohibited through the right side
2. Turn left
3. Left turn Prohibited
Ans: 3

Q.59 – Overtaking is prohibited
1. When the road ahead is not clearly visible
2. When the road ahead is wide enough
3. When the road center is marked with white broken lines
Ans: 1

Q.60 – The sign represents

1. Drive the vehicle not exceeding 50 km/hr.
2. Drive the vehicle at 50 km/hr
3. Drive the vehicle exceeding 50 km/hr.
Ans: 1

Q.61 – The pedestrians shall not cross the road at sharp bends or very near to a stopped vehicle. Why?
1. Inconvenience to other vehicles.
2. Inconvenience to other road users.
3. Drivers of other vehicles coming at a distance may not see persons crossing the road.
Ans: 3

Q.62 – The sign represents

1. The speed limit 2 km/hr
2. No entry for vehicles having more than 2 meters in width.
3. No entry for vehicles having more than 2 meters height
Ans: 2

Q.63 – Records of a private vehicle are
1. Registration Certificate, G.C.R., Insurance Certificate
2. Registration certificate., Insurance Certificate, Tax Token, Driving Licence
3. Registration Certificate, Permit, Trip Sheet
Ans: 2

Q.64 – The sign represents

1. Entry only for vehicles with a height above 3.5 meters
2. Entry only for vehicles with width above 3.5 meters
3. Entry for vehicles having a height not exceeding 3.5 meters
Ans: 3

Q.65 – While turning to a road to the left of the road in which you are going, you should
1. Show the left turn signal, drive to the center and turn to the left
2. Sound the horn and turn to the left
3. Show the left turn signal, keep to the left side of the road and turn to the left.
Ans: 3

Q.66 – The sign represents

1. Stop
2. No Stopping or standing
3. Junction
Ans: 2

Q.67 – Validity of P.U.C.C. Pollution Under Control Certificate
1. 6 months
2. One Year
3. Two years
Ans: 1

Q.68 – The sign represents

1. No entry
2. Ahead only
3. Entry in both direction
Ans: 2

Q.69 – While you are driving with the headlight in the high beam during the night, a vehicle approaches from the opposite direction, you will
1. Proceed to keep to the left
2. Put the headlight in dim and bright alternatively several times
3. Dim the headlight till the vehicle passes
Ans: 3

Q.70 – The sign represents

1. Compulsory ahead or turn right
2. Compulsory ahead or turn left
3. Side road ahead
Ans: 2

Q.71 – The Driver of a vehicle extends his right arm with the palm downward and moves the arm upward and downward several times. You will understand that
1. He is turning to the left
2. He is slowing down the vehicle
3. Allowing to overtake
Ans: 2

Q.72 – The sign represents

1. Stop on The Left Side
2. Compulsory Keep Left
3. Turn Left
Ans: 2

Q.73 – Minimum age for getting a license to drive a motorcycle without gear
1. (18 years)
2. (21 years)
3. (16 years)
Ans: 3

Q.74 – The sign represents

1. Right Ascend
2. Right-Hand Curve
3. Keep Right
Ans: 2

Q.75 – When you see the traffic sign School, you should
1. Stop the vehicle, sound horn and proceed.
2. Slow down and proceed with caution
3. Sound horn continuously and proceed
Ans: 2

Q.76 – The sign represents

1. Left-Hand Curve
2. Left Ascend
3. Keep Left
Ans: 1

Q.77 – While turning to the left, the driver of a two-wheeler shall
1. Extend his left hand towards left
2. Not show hand signal
3. Show left turn signal with his right hand
Ans: 3

Q.78 – The sign represents

1. Right Hair Pin Bend
2. Right Ascend and Descend
3. Right Descend
Ans: 1

Q.79 – The Traffic Signal while taking U-turn
1. Left Turn Signal
2. Right Turn Signal
3. Slow Down Signal
Ans: 2

Q.80 – The sign represents

1. Left Descend
2. Left Hair Pin Bend
3. Keep Left
Ans: 2

Q.81 – The driver of a vehicle shall not take U-turn

1. In a road where there are no traffic restrictions
2. In a busy road
3. When there are vehicles passing through the left
Ans: 2

Q.82 – The sign represents

1. Right reverse bend
2. Left reverse bend
3. Turn right and go ahead
Ans: 1

Q.83 – Onetime tax for a new car is
1. Till the registration of the vehicle is canceled
2. For 15 years
3. For 5 years
Ans: 2

Q.84 – The sign represents

1. Right reverse bend
2. Left reverse bend
3. Turn left and go ahead
Ans: 2

Q.85 – Before overtaking a vehicle, it should be ensured that?
1. No vehicle is approaching from behind
2. The road ahead is clearly visible, and it is safe to overtake
3. The vehicle in front is turning left.
Ans: 2

Q.86 – The sign represents

1. Side Road Left
2. Speed Limit
3. Axle Weight Limit
Ans: 3

Q.87 – Number of persons can be carried in the cabin of a Goods Carriage
1. (5 Persons)
2. The number of persons for loading and unloading the goods
3. As many persons as recorded in the Registration Certificate
Ans: 3

Q.88 – The sign represents

1. Turn Right
2. Side Road Right
3. Keep Right
Ans: 2

Q.89 – When your vehicle is being overtaken, you should
1. Stop your vehicle and let the vehicle to overtake
2. Increase the speed of your vehicle
3. Not obstruct the other vehicle from overtaking
Ans: 3

Q.90 The sign represents

1. Major Road Ahead
2. Cross Road Ahead
3. Narrow Road Ahead
Ans: 1

Q.91 – A place where parking is prohibited
1. In front of a parked vehicle
2. On one-way road
3. On footpath
Ans: 3

Q.92 – The sign represents

1. Turn Right
2. Turn Left
3. Roundabout
Ans: 3

Q.93 – The hand brake is to be used
1. To Reduce the Speed
2. To Apply Sudden Brake
3. To Park A Vehicle
Ans: 3

Q.94 The sign represents

1. Narrow Road Ahead
2. Dangerous Dip
3. Ferry
Ans: 2

Q.95 – More than two persons on a two-wheeler is
1. Allowed in unavoidable circumstances
2. Violation of law
3. Allowed when the traffic is less
Ans: 2

Q.96 – The sign represents

1. Guarded level cross
2. Unguarded level cross
3. Barrier ahead
Ans: 1

Q.97 – You want to overtake a vehicle near a hospital. You will
1. Blow the horn continuously
2. Not blow the horn.
3. Blow the horn only intermittently.
Ans: 2

Q.98 – The sign represents

1. Y-inter section left
2. Y-inter section right
3. Side road left
Ans: 1

Q.99 – Using the unregistered vehicle in public place is
1. Illegal
2. Legal
3. Legal if there is urgency
Ans: 1

Q.100 – The sign represents

1. Y-inter section left
2. Y-inter section right
3. Side road right
Ans: 2

Memorize all learners license test questions and answers again and again for sure success.

 

Q.101 – Minimum age for obtaining a driving license for transport vehicles.
1. (25 years)
2. (18 years)
3. (20 years)
Ans: 3

Q.102 – The sign represents

1. Turn left
2. Turn right
3. Y-inter section
Ans: 3

Q.103 – Overtaking is prohibited in the following case
1. State highway
2. Panchayath roads.
3. Narrow bridge.
Ans: 3

Q.104 – The following sign represents

1. Road to the right in front
2. There are roads ahead and to the right
3. Compulsory go ahead or turn to the right
Ans: 3

Q.105 – If a person in charge of an animal apprehending that the animal may become unmanageable, request to stop a vehicle.
1. The driver shall stop the vehicle.
2. The driver shall proceed, blowing the horns.
3. The driver shall reduce speed.
Ans: 1

Q.106 – The sign represents

1. Slippery road
2. Gravel road
3. No entry for a motor car
Ans: 1

Q.107 – Parking prohibited in the following case
1. Roadside
2. Where parking is permitted
3. Near traffic light
Ans: 3

Q.108 – The sign represents

1. Loose Gravel
2. Slippery road
3. No entry for a motor car
Ans: 1

Q.109 – Over speeding
1. is an offence leading to suspension or cancellation of driving licence
2. is an offence leading to punishment by fine only
3. is not an offence
Ans: 1

Q.110 – The sign represents

1. Cycle crossing
2. Cycle crossing prohibited
3. No entry for cycles
Ans: 1

Q.111 – When school buses are stopped for picking up or setting down students
1. Blow the horn and proceed
2. Proceed slowly and cautiously since there is a chance of students suddenly crossing the road
3. No special care is required
Ans: 2

Q.112 – The sign represents

1. Cattle prohibited
2. Possibility of cattle on the road
3. Vehicles carrying cattle prohibited
Ans: 2

Q.113 – When a blind person crosses the road holding White Cane
1. The driver of a vehicle shall consider the white cane as a traffic sign to stop the vehicle
2. Blow the horn and proceed
3. Slow down and proceed with caution
Ans: 1

Q.114 – The sign represents

1. School ahead
2. Pedestrians crossing
3. Pedestrians crossing prohibited
Ans: 1

Q.115 – When a motor vehicle is involved in an accident
1. shall report to the nearest police station within 24 hours
2. shall report to the nearest police station within 12 hours
3. shall report to the nearest police station within 48 hours
Ans: 1

Q.116 – The sign represents

1. Men at work
2. Children playing
3. Pedestrian crossing
Ans: 1

Q.117 – When any property of a third party is damaged due to an accident
1. Driver shall report to the nearest police station within 24 hours
2. Driver shall report to the nearest police station within 7 days
3. Need not report to any police station
Ans: 1

Q.118 – The sign represents

1. Rough road
2. Slippery road
3. Falling rocks
Ans: 3

Q.119 – When the vehicle behind has begun to overtake our vehicle
1. We shall not overtake another vehicle.
2. We can overtake another vehicle.
3. We can overtake another vehicle blowing horn
Ans: 1

Q.120 – The sign represents

1. Bridge Ahead
2. Ferry
3. Refreshment stall ahead
Ans: 2

Q.121 – The driver of the vehicle in front has not given a signal for overtaking, what should you do?
1. We can overtake
2. We shall not overtake
3. We can overtake blowing the horn
Ans: 2

Q.122 – The sign represents

1. Steep ascend
2. Steep descend
3. Slippery road
Ans: 1

Q.123 – When our vehicle is being overtaken
1. We shall not increase speed
2. We can increase speed
3. We can increase the speed with due care
Ans: 1

Q.124 – The sign represents

1. Steep Ascend
2. Steep Descend
3. Slippery Road
Ans: 2

Q.125 – Parking is prohibited in the following place
1. Entrance of hospital
2. The left side of the road
3. Market area
Ans: 1

Q.126 – The sign represents

1. Narrow road ahead
2. Y-intersection
3. Road widens ahead
Ans: 3

Q.127 – Parking is prohibited in the following place
1. Blocking a fire hydrant
2. Near a public well
3. The left side of the road
Ans: 1

Q.128 – The sign represents

1. Drainage in middle
2. Bridge Ahead
3. Gap in median
Ans: 3

Q.129 – To carry a pillion rider on a motorcycle
1. The vehicle shall be provided with footrest, hand grip and sari guard
2. The vehicle shall be provided with Side Car
3. The vehicle shall be provided with rear view mirror
Ans: 1

Q.130 – The sign represents

1. Hump or rough road
2. Zigzag road
3. Ghat road
Ans: 1

Q.131 – Smoking while driving a public service vehicle
1. can attract suspension of driving licence
2. can attract fine only
3. None of the above
Ans: 1

Q.132 – The sign represents

1. Barrier Ahead
2. Railway cross ahead
3. Weighbridge ahead
Ans: 1

Q.133 – Abandoning vehicle in a public place causing inconvenience to others or passengers
1. The driving licence is liable to be suspended or cancelled
2. Only fine is attracted
3. None of the above
Ans: 1

Q.134 – The sign represents

1. No through a side road
2. Left turn
3. Bridge Ahead
Ans: 1

Q.135 – Abandoning a transport vehicle as a mark of protest or agitation or any kind of strike, in a public place or in any other place causing obstruction or inconvenience to the public or passengers or other users of such places
1. The driving licence is liable to be suspended or cancelled
2. Only fine is attracted
3. The legitimate right of the driver
Ans: 1

Q.136 – The sign represents

1. Ferry ahead
2. Main road ahead
3. No Through Road
Ans: 3

Q.137 – Carrying overload in goods carriages
1. legally not punishable
2. Only fine is attracted
3. Can attract suspension or cancellation of driving licence
Ans: 3

Q.138 – The sign represents

1. Parking Prohibited
2. Parking Both Sides
3. Police Aid Post
Ans: 2

Q.139 – The driver of a taxi refusing the offer for the journey because the distance is short.
1. can attract suspension/ cancellation of driving licence
2. Only fine is attracted
3. None of the above
Ans: 1

Q.140 – The sign represents

1. Parking lot – scooters and motorcycles
2. Scooters and motorcycles prohibited
3. Scooters and motorcycles repairing
Ans: 1

Q.141 – When you reach an intersection where there is no signal light or policeman, you will
1. Give way to traffic approaching the intersection from other roads
2. Give the proper signal, sound the horn and proceed
3. Give way to the traffic approaching the intersection on your right side and proceed after giving necessary signals.
Ans: 3

Q.142 – The sign represents

1. No entry for private cars
2. Parking lot – Taxis
3. Parking for police vehicles
Ans: 2

Q.143 – While you are approaching an intersection where the yellow signal light is blinking, you should
1. As there is no restriction, proceed at the same speed
2. Stop the vehicle and wait for the green light to appear
3. Slow down the vehicle and proceed only after ensuring that it is safe to do so
Ans: 3

Q.144 The sign represents

1. Petrol pump
2. Parking lot – Auto-rickshaws
3. Auto rickshaw parking prohibited
Ans: 2

Q.145 – Where the road is marked with a continuous yellow line, the vehicle should
1. Not touch or cross the yellow line
2. Allow overtaking only through the right side of the yellow line
3. Cross the line only when overtaking a vehicle in front
Ans: 1

Q.146 – The signal represents

1. Request to stop the vehicle coming behind
2. Intends to turn right
3. Request to stop the vehicle from the opposite direction
Ans: 2

Q.147 – While you are driving on gradient roads, you should
1. Give precedence to the vehicles coming down the hill
2. Give precedence to the vehicles going up the hill
3. Give precedence to the vehicles carrying a heavy load
Ans: 2

Q.148 – The signal represents

1. Intends to turn left
2. Intends to turn right
3. Request to stop all other vehicles
Ans: 1

Q.149 – The driver of a tractor shall not carry
1. Any person, other than the driver.
2. More than three persons other than the driver.
3. More than two persons including the driver.
Ans: 1

Q.150 – The signal represents

1. Intends to turn right
2. Request to stop the vehicle coming from the opposite direction
3. Intends to slow down the vehicle
Ans: 3

These Questions are Helpful in Regular License Test as well

Q.151 – While a vehicle entering the main road from a branch road, the driver shall give preference.
1. To the vehicles coming from the left
2. To the vehicles coming from the right
3. To all vehicles proceeding along the main road
Ans: 3

Q.152 The signal represents

1. Intends to go straight
2. Intends to stop the vehicle
3. Intends to turn right
Ans: 2

Q.153 – You can overtake a vehicle through the left side if
1. The driver of that vehicle indicates his intention to turn right and proceeds to the center of the road
2. There is sufficient space on the left side
3. That vehicle moves slowly
Ans: 1

Q.154 – The signal represents

1. Request to stop the vehicle from behind
2. Request to pass the vehicle from behind
3. Request to stop the vehicle from front
Ans: 1

Q.155 – What is “Tail-gating”?
1. Driving too close behind a vehicle in a dangerous manner.
2. Keeping a safe distance from the vehicle ahead regulating the speed proportionately.
3. Keeping a distance of at least 7 meters from the vehicle ahead.
Ans: 1

Q.156 – The signal represents

1. Request to pass the vehicles coming from the left
2. Request to pass the vehicle coming in the opposite direction
3. Request to stop the vehicle from behind and front
Ans: 3

Q.157 – A vehicle can be seized by authorized officers, if
1. The vehicle is not covered by a valid registration or permit
2. The vehicle is not covered by a valid insurance
3. The vehicle exceeds the speed limit
Ans: 1

Q.158 – The signal represents

1. Request to stop the vehicle from front
2. Request to stop the vehicle from behind
3. Request to pass the vehicle from front
Ans: 1

Q.159 – If drunken driving is detected, the driver is liable to be punished with?
1. Imprisonment which may extend to 6 months or Rs.2000/- as fine or both
2. Imprisonment which may extend to 1 year or fine up to Rs.4000/- or both
3. 2 years rigorous imprisonment
Ans: 1

Q.160 – Type of horn permitted
1. Air- horn
2. Multi-toned horn
3. Electric horn
Ans: 3

Q.161 – Road on which driving in reverse gear is prohibited
1. One-way road
2. Steep descending road
3. Steep ascending road
Ans: 1

Q.162 – You hold a learner’s license for a motorcycle?
1. You will drive when the traffic is less
2. You will drive the vehicle only when an instructor holding driving license to drive motorcycle accompanies
3. You will not carry any other person on the motorcycle except for the purpose of getting instructions from an instructor who holds a valid driving license to drive a motorcycle
Ans: 3

Q.163 – When the yellow light at an intersection appears on the signal light, the driver of an approaching vehicle should
1. Ensure safety and drive away
2. Slow down to stop
3. Sound the horn and proceed
Ans: 2

Q.164 – All motor vehicles must be covered by
1. Life Insurance
2. Third-party Insurance
3. Comprehensive Insurance
Ans: 2

Q.165 – Minimum distance to be kept from the vehicle going in front
1. (10 meters)
2. (5 meters)
3. Safe distance according to speed.
Ans: 3

Q.166 – If the road is marked with broken white lines, you?
1. Shall not change track
2. Can change track if required
3. Shall stop the vehicle
Ans: 2

Q.167 – The number of passengers permitted to be taken in private vehicle is recorded in the
1. Registration Certificate
2. Tax Token
3. Permit
Ans: 1

Q.168 – Overtaking is prohibited when
1. The road is marked with a broken center line in white color
2. The road is marked with a continuous center line in yellow color
3. The vehicle is driven on a steep hill
Ans: 3

Q.169 – Blinking red traffic light means.
1. Stop the vehicle till green light glows
2. Stop the vehicle and proceed if safe
3. Reduce speed and proceed
Ans: 2

Q.170 – What is defensive driving?
1. Driving cautiously anticipating violation of traffic rules and road signs both by drivers and other road users.
2. Driving with the sole aim of reaching the destination with no regard to road signs.
3. Driving on the assumption that other road users will be cautious about their safety.
Ans: 1

Q.171 – Maximum permitted speed of a motor car on the national highway in the state
1. (60 km/hour)
2. (70 km/hour)
3. (80 km/hour)
Ans: 2

Q.172 – What is meant by a stop line
1. A line with 5 centimeters width in white or yellow color at the approach of a road junction or pedestrian crossing
2. A line is drawn through the center of the road in yellow color
3. A broken white line through the center of the road
Ans: 1

Q.173 – Maximum permissible speed of a motorcycle
1. (No Limit)
2. (50 Km/hr)
3. (60 Km/hr)
Ans: 2

Q.174 – Before starting the engine of a vehicle
1. Check radiator water level and engine oil level
2. Check headlight
3. Check brake
Ans: 1

Q.175 – The only vehicle which is permitted to be driven at a speed exceeding 60 Km/hr
1. Motorcycle
2. Motor Car
3. Stage Carriage
Ans: 2

Q.176 – Maximum permissible speed of a motor car near an educational institution.
1. (40 km/hour)
2. (25 km/hour)
3. (30 km/hour)
Ans: 2

Q.177 – Maximum permissible speed of a two-wheeler near the educational institution.
1. (25 km/hour)
2. (30 km/hour)
3. (40 km/hour)
Ans: 1

Q.178 – Maximum permitted speed of trucks on the national highway in the state.
1. (50 km/hour)
2. (60 km/hour)
3. (70 km/hour)
Ans: 2

Q.179 – Projection of load up to one meter (100 cms) towards the back is permitted
1. In tractor
2. In station wagon
3. In goods carriages
Ans: 3

Q.180 – When lorries are loaded
1. The load can be projected to both sides within 30 cm.
2. The load shall not project on both sides.
3. The load can be projected to both sides within 50 cm.
Ans: 2

Q.181 – Maximum length of load that can be projected from the rear part of a goods carriage
1. (150 cm)
2. (100 cm)
3. (120 cm)
Ans: 2

Q.182 – Maximum permissible speed of heavy motor vehicles in the cities
1. (35 Km/hr)
2. (45 Km/hr)
3. (60 Km/hr)
Ans: 2

Q.183 – Maximum distance allowed between towing and towed vehicles
1. (15 meters)
2. (5 meters)
3. (10 meters)
Ans: 2

Q.184 – Maximum permissible speed of a motorcycle in cities
1. (40 km/hour)
2. (30 km/hour)
3. (50 km/hour)
Ans: 1

Q.185 – Motor vehicle which is not permitted to drive in Ghat roads at a speed of more than 30 km/h
1. Heavy passenger vehicle
2. Motor car
3. Auto-rickshaw
Ans: 2

Q.186 – You are driving on a two-lane street, the vehicle in front of you is moving very slowly and the road ahead is clear for overtaking, you should-
1. Pass the vehicle from the left-hand side.
2. Pass the vehicle from the right-hand side.
3. Pass the vehicle from any convenient side.
Ans: 1

Q.187 – Maximum speed permitted for vehicles towing another vehicle
1. (20 km/hour)
2. (24 km/hour)
3. (32 km/hour)
ANS: 2

Q.188 – Circumstances in which a motorcycle can be driven at the speed of 60 km/hour.
1. During night
2. During daytime
3. Under no circumstances
Ans: 3

Q.189 – The maximum speed permitted for motorcycles in the city during night time
1. (25 Km/hr)
2. (30 Km/hr)
3. (40 Km/hr)
Ans: 2

Q.190 – Maximum permitted weight that can be carried on a goods carriage.
1. No limit
2. Allowed as per permit
3. (10 ton)
Ans: 2

Q.191 – The minimum fine for overloading in a goods carriage.
1. Rs.1000/-
2. Rs.2000/-
3. Rs.3000/-
Ans: 2

Q.192 – Maximum permissible speed of a motor car on Ghat roads.
1. (40 km/hour)
2. (30 km/hour)
3. (20 km/hour)
Ans: 1

Q.193 – Maximum permissible speed of an auto-rickshaw near the educational institution.
1. (35 km/hour)
2. (25 km/hour)
3. (20 km/hour)
Ans: 2

Q.194 – Maximum permissible speed of a light motor vehicle near an educational institution.
1. (45 km/hour)
2. (35 km/hour)
3. (25 km/hour)
Ans: 3

Q.195 – Maximum permissible speed of motorcycle on Ghat roads.
1. (30 km/hour)
2. (35 km/hour)
3. (40 km/hour)
Ans: 3

Q.196 – Maximum permissible speed of a medium motor vehicle
1. (80 Km/hr)
2. (65 Km/hr)
3. (70 Km/hr)
Ans: 2

Q.197 – Maximum permissible speed of an auto-rickshaw.
1. (50 Km/hr)
2. (30 Km/hr)
3. (40 Km/hr)
Ans: 3

Q.198- Maximum permissible speed of a light motor vehicle
1. (60 Km/hr)
2. (70 Km/hr)
3. No limit
Ans: 1

Q.199 – According to section 112 of the Motor Vehicles Act 1988
1. Speed limit shall not be exceeded
2. Shall not drive after consuming alcohol
3. Shall not use the vehicle on road without paying tax
Ans: 1

Q.200 – Section 113 of the Motor Vehicle Act 1988 stipulates that the driver should not drive a vehicle?
1. After consuming alcohol.
2. Exceeding the speed limit
3. Exceeding the weight permitted to carry
Ans: 3

Q.201 – Maximum permissible speed of heavy motor vehicle near education institution.
1. (35 km/hour)
2. (25 km/hour)
3. (15 km/hour)
Ans: 3

Q.202 – Maximum speed allowed to vehicles passing a procession
1. (15 Km/hr)
2. (25 Km/hr)
3. (35 Km/hr)
Ans: 2

Q.203 – The height limit of load on goods vehicle from ground level.
1. (3.8 meters)
2. (3 meters)
3. No Limit
Ans: 1

Q.204 – Maximum permissible speed of heavy passenger motor vehicle near the educational institution.
1. (35 km/hour)
2. (25 km/hour)
3. (15 km/hour)
Ans: 3

Q.205 – According to section 129 of Motor Vehicle Act 1988 a person driving a motorcycle shall
1. Wear Jerkins
2. Wear Helmet
3. Wear Shoes
Ans: 2

Q.206 – Maximum permissible speed of heavy motor vehicles on Ghat roads.
1. (35 km/hour)
2. (25 km/hour)
3. (15 km/hour)
Ans: 1

Q.207 – Maximum permissible speed of a medium motor vehicle near an educational institution.
1. (15 km/hour)
2. (25 km/hour)
3. (35 km/hour)
Ans: 1

Q.208 – Maximum permissible speed of auto-rickshaws on Ghat road.
1. (30 km/hour)
2. (40 km/hour)
3. (20 km/hour)
Ans: 1

Q.209 – Maximum permissible speed of auto rickshaw in the cities and municipal towns.
1. (40 Km/hr)
2. (30 Km/hr)
3. (20 cm)
Ans: 2

Q.210 – Maximum permissible speed of heavy motor vehicles
1. (70 Km/hr)
2. (65 Km/hr)
3. (50 Km/hr)
Ans: 2

Q.211 – What is meant by ‘defensive’ driving?

1. Drive Slowly and Gently Always
2. Always Letting Others Go First
3. Being Alert and Thinking Ahead
Ans: 3 

Q.212 – Maximum permissible speed of medium motor vehicles on Ghat roads.
1. (45 km/hour)
2. (35 km/hour)
3. (25 km/hour)
Ans: 2

Q.213 – You wish to take “U” turn at an intersection controlled by a traffic light you should
1. Drive to another intersection that has no traffic light
2. Wait until the light turns green before making the “U” turn
3. Make the “U” turn if there is a policeman at the intersection
Ans: 3

Q.214 – Which “mark” on a helmet is registered as per Traffic Rules?

1. Any Local Brands
2. No need any mark
3. The helmet should be ISI marked
Ans: 3

Q.215 – Which one of the following is not a preventive measure for an accident?

1. Education and awareness about road safety
2. drive vehicle according to driver’s will
3. Enforcement of traffic laws
Ans: 2 

Q.216 – What are the causes of accidents on roads?

1. Over speeding, fail to understand signals
2. Rash driving, violation of rules
3. All the above
Ans: 3

Q.217 – Which one of the following is not a safety step taken by Government of India?

1. Road signs & markings
2. Highway Traffic Management System
3. Above both
Ans: 3

Q.218 – Which one is not a common driving mistake?

1. Aggressive driving
2. Driving with consciousness
3. Change lanes sans seeing blind spots
Ans: 2 

Q.219 – What is the rule of ‘ABC’ on road accidents?

1. Airway – clear breathing track
2. Breathing – keep him/her breathing
3. Circulation – stop bleeding at every cost
4. Above All
Ans: 4

Q.220 – Should we use reflective tape on cycles?

1. It is a must for cycle
2. No need to use, as it can make cycle look bad
3. None of them
Ans: 1

Q.221 – Drivers should avoid using clutch pedals at turns and hairpin bends in hilly areas.

1. Ture
2. False
Ans: 1

Q.222 – Can a driver run a vehicle on neutral mode while driving downhill?

1. It is not safe to drive on the neutral mode in hilly areas
2. It is safe and fun to drive
3. None of the above
Ans: 1

Q.223 – Which article of Chapter II of the Convention (1968) of Road Signs and Signals lays down the classes of road signs?

1. Article 4 of Chapter II
2. Article 5 of Chapter II
3. Article 6 of Chapter II
Ans: 2

Q.224 – Which one is not a safety tip for night driving?

1. Drive slowly at night
2. Keep enough distance between your and other vehicles
3. Both of the above
Ans: 3

Q.225 – In which circumstances a driver can cross singe yellow line on road?

1. The driver cannot cross this line except turning right or taking U-turn
2. They can cross it as per the circumstances
3. None of them
Ans: 1

Thus, prepare well all these 200 plus questions and answers based on traffic rules and relations. You will pass your driving test surely.


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