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                       DRIVER’S EXAMINATION
1. How many feet before one make a turn, should a signal be given?
  A) 50 feet
  B) 100 feet
  C) While turning

2. At night a car driving towards you has its blinding high beam lights on, The driver
of that car is --
    A) Showing the quality of bad manners because high beams blind other drivers.
    B) A safe driver because the high beams light the road more brightly than the low Beams.
    C) Not obeying the law as beams should not be used when another vehicle approaches near.

3. Your are driving up to an intersection where there is no signal, people are crossing
in front Of your car, you should -
   A) Continue into the intersection without reducing speed
   B) Slow down and be careful
   C) Stop and allow the persons to cross the road.

4. You wish to take “U” turn at an intersection controlled by a traffic light you should
   A) Drive to another intersection that has no traffic light
   B) Wait until the light turns green before making the “u” turn
   C) Make the “U” turn if there is a policeman at the intersection

5. If you are driving out of an alley or driveway
   You must –
    A) Stop before reaching the sidewalk.
    B) Stop if possible to do so safely
    C) Stop only if there is heavy traffic.
6. You are driving towards an intersection where flashing yellow traffic light is
  displayed you should –
    A) Slow down and proceed with caution
    B) Stop, if possible to do so safely
    C) Continue at the same speed

7. 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 –
   A)    Pass the vehicle from the left hand side
   B)    Pass the vehicle from the right hand side
   C)    Pass the vehicle from any convenient side

8. What is the legal rate of speed limit unless specific speed limit in displayed-

   A) 40 Kms per hour
   B) 50 Kms per hour
   C) 55 Kms per hour


   A) 30 Kms per hour
   B) 60 Kms per hour
   C) 80 Kms per hour

9. Your car is involved in an accident causing hurt to two people. You should -
   A) Report to the nearest police station; and take persons to the hospital
   B) Need not report to the police station
   C) Need not report to the police station but should take the person to the hospital

10. You are pulling into to street from a parallel parking space. Should –
   A) Blow horn and pull from curb slowly.
   B) Signal other traffic and then pull into the street.
   C) Proceed with caution when there is no traffic nearby to cause an accident

11. On having changed your residential from one city to another, you should notify
R.T.O. Within –
  A) Ten 10) days                 B) Twenty 20) days                  C) Thirty 30) days

12. While on a street another car is found entering the street from an alley, which
has the right
    Of „way‟?
  A) You                          B) the car approaching              C) neither you not the other car.

13. How close to a fire hydrant (fire plug) may you park a motor vehicle?
  A) Five (5) feet                B) six (6) feet                        C) ten (10) feet

14. While driving near an intersection you observe yellow light following a green
light, you should –
  A) Hurry to cross
  B) Stop at the cross walk
  C) Proceed across the intersection with caution.

15. A flashing red traffic light means –
  A) “ Stop ‟‟ sign
  B) “ Slow ” sign
  C) Yield “ right of way

16. While driving, to make a right turn, the proper hand signal is –
  A) Extend right hand palm in a horizontal position outside of the right window of vehicle
  B) Extend right arm and rotate in anti-clockwise direction
  C) Extend right arm with palm downward and move up and down several times.

17. A pedestrian is crossing the street at an intersection in an unmarked crosswalk
you should-
  A) Yield to the pedestrian the “ right of way ”
  B) Proceed with care as pedestrian is “ jay walking ”
  C) Reduce speed and warn pedestrian,

18. A “ yield right-of-way ” sign means-
  A) Always come to a complete stop
  B) Come to a complete stop if necessary
  C) Drive at normal speed but look in both directions,

19. While driving you wish to change from one lane to another, you should -
  A) Give the proper turn signal
  B) Change lane only when it is safe to do so
  C) Never change the lane when it is against the law

20. You approached and intersection that does not have traffic lights, a policeman
or traffic
     Signs. You should -
  A) Slow down and use proper caution
  B) Come to a full stop
  C) Not change speed if the way clear.

21. You are approaching to a circle which you are about to enter you shall -
  A) Continue into the circle traffic at a slow speed
  B) Yield right of way to vehicles already in circle
  C) Use the outside lane only

22. Which lane must you be in while making right turn –?
  A) Any lane
  B) Extreme left lane
  C) Extreme right lane

23. How far you must stay behind the car ahead depends on –
  A) Speed, weather and road conditions
  B) Legal speed limit
  C) Conditions of vehicles

24. When should a driver lend his driving license to another person –?
  A) For driving lessons
  B) At no time
  C) For identification only
25. Parked vehicles must not be closer to each other than
  A) Two „2‟ feet
  B) Four „4‟ feet
  C) Three „3‟ feet

26. If your car hits a pedestrian, you should
   A) Identify yourself and leave
   B) Help the person and call an ambulance
   C) Help the injured person, identify yourself and report to the police.

27. You are permitted to open the car door on the traffic side –
   A) When traffic is clear
   B) When your car comes to a complete stop
   C) After signaling other cars to stop

28. To park in a space where there is room for only one car, you should –
   A) Pull into the parking space
   B) Back carefully into the parking space
   C) Open the door and observe traffic rules before trying to park

29. The best way to get your car out of a skid is –
   A) Turn the steering both to the right and to the left
   B) Put on the brakes fast
   C) Turn the steering wheel in the direction the car is skidding.

30. The motor vehicle tax paid is utilized as –
   A) A subsidy on the cost of fuel
   B) To build the roads
   C) To help, keep the costs of motor vehicle steady.

31. Yours driving upto an intersection where the traffic light is red, a policeman
mentions you to go through, you should –
   A) Wait for the light turn green and than go ahead
   B) Call the policeman‟s attention to the red light
   C) Obey the policeman‟s signal

32. You have a valid learner‟s license to drive a car you should –
   A) Drive only in daylight hours
   B) Have someone with a valid driver license on the seat beside you when you drive
   C) Practice driving only on streets that have very little traffic

33. Double solid lines on the street indicates –
   A) You may cross over while overtaking
   B) You may not cross the lines while overtaking
   C) No overtaking

34. While driving if a flashing red or blue light of an emergency vehicle is seen, you
   A) Keep to the left of the road and slow down
   B) Stop where you are
   C) Pull to the left and stop

35. Stickers, posters and other non-official items may not be placed in or on the
windshield of an automobile because -
   A) It is unlawful to advertise in this way
   B) They obstruct the driver‟s vision
   C) Other drivers cannot see you.

36. You are following a slow truck near the top of a hill on an upgrade you should -
   A) Overtake at once, if no traffic is in sight
   B) Overtake when you reach the top of hill and can see clearly
   C) Overtake after you blow your horn as a warning

37. Used motor oil should be disposed by –
   A) Throwing it into the thresh
   B) Returning to service station into a air-tight container
   C) Pouring it down the sewerage.

38. A person having driving license suspended or revoked may
   A) Drive in an emergency
   B) Drive only when a valid driving license holder is with him
   C) Not to drive under any conditions.

39. Horn may be used –
   A) To warn pedestrian and drivers
   B) To warn slow drivers and careless pedestrian
   C) To attract attention that you have the “ right of way “.

40. If another vehicle is overtaking you, must –
   A) Reduce your speed until the other vehicle has safely passed your vehicle
   B) Move to the right to prevent the vehicle from passing if you are at the legal speed
   C) Increase your speed

41 while waiting to make a right turn when the traffic light turns green, you should
  A) Turn quickly before traffic coming towards you gets in your vehicle
  B) Force your way through oncoming traffic in order to clear you vehicle
  C) Signal and turn when oncoming traffic has cleared.

42. A car driving license holder can drive a motor-cycle when –
   A) He is authorized to do so
   B) In case of emergency only
   C) At any time since he is holding a driving license.

43. While driving you decide to stop immediately, the correct hand signal is –
  A)    Extend right arm horizontal to the ground with palm down wards
  B)    Right arm held, erect with palm facing forward
  C)    No signal needed.

44. While driving on wet or slippery road –
   A) Tyre pressure must be reduced
   B) Sudden breaking or acceleration must be avoided
   C) Vehicle should be driven at a higher speed.

45. Before starting a vehicle an important thing to do is –
   A) Prime the engine
   B) Turn the engine to compression stroke
   C) Put gear selector in natural and set in hand break.

46. A motorcycle may be parked –
   A) At a right angle to the curb between cars
   B) In any vacant space provided the motor cycle is parked parallel to the curb
   C) In any parking space provided for a four-wheel vehicle.

47. Most accidents involving motorcycles when motorcycle driver is not at fault,
occur because
   A) Lack of regard for motorcycle riders by other vehicle drivers
   B) Operators of vehicles other than motor cycle filed to yield “ right-of-way ” to motorcycle
   C) Difficulty in seeing motorcycle, which are smaller than most vehicle with four or more wheels.

48. To accelerate or break safely the motorcyclist should be –
   A) Leaning to the left
   B) As vertical as possible
   C) Leaning to the right

49. Which of the following condition affect a motorcycle rider –
   A) Heavy traffic
   B) Bright headlights
   C) Road and whether conditions.
50. When following a vehicle with four or more wheels a motorcycle must be –
   A) In the center and directly behind the vehicle ahead
   B) Stay slightly to the right or left of the vehicle
   C) Neither as in „(a)‟ or „(b)‟ above.

51. While rider a motorcycle, all hand signals must be given by –
   A) The right only
   B) The left hand only
   C) With any of the hand as convenient.

52. Driving license –
   A) Must be carried every time you drive
   B) Must be carried while driving on highways only
   C) Must be kept in a safe custody and need not to be carried while driving.

53. When asked for an officer in uniform a driving license –
   A) May not be produced unless the officer issues notice in writing
   B) May not be produced, however details there of may be informed
   C) Must be produced at once.

54. Person holding a license to drive a motorcar –
   A) Can drive a motorcycle
   B) Cannot drive a motorcycle
   C) Can drive motorcycle if license authorizes to do him so specifically

55. On expiry. A person may drive without renewal of motor driving license
   A) Ten days
   B) Twenty days
   C) Thirty days

56. A motor driving license issued in Maharashtra -
   A) Is valid throughout India
   B) Is valid throughout world
   C) Is valid only in the state of Maharashtra.

57. Any person may hold –
   A) Maximum 3 license at a time, one of each class
   B) Only on license
   C) Any number of license however each license must authorize only one class of motor vehicle for

58. Lending of a motor vehicle to a person for driving, who is not holding a valid
license is –
   A) Not an offence since the borrower is solely responsible
   B) As serious offence
   C) An offence only when the vehicle is invalid in an accident.
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59. Every application for a driving license to drive as paid employee or to drive a
transport vehicle –
   A) Must be accompanied by a certificate from the employer
   B) Must be accompanied by a medical certificate
   C) Must be accompanied by a character certificate.

60. A person may be disqualified to hold a driving license –
   A) He is a habitual criminal and has a vehicle in a cognizable offence
   B) He has shown a driving tendency prone to the accidents
   C) He is guilty of both „(a)‟ and „(b)‟ above.

61. While driving which documents must be always carried in the vehicle?
   A) Motor driving license only
   B) Motor driving license and insurance certificate
   C) Motor driving license, tax certificate and insurance certificate.

62. Extra headlights, other than standard fitted on the vehicle –
   A) Need to permission of the authorities if the lights help to illuminate the road and reduce
   B) Are as per the low, unless authorized specifically by the authorities.

63. During a vehicle pollution values above the limit specified by law?
   A) Is permitted only in emergency
   B) Is an offence under the law
   C) Is able for a strict warning from authorities.

64. Fitment of a multitoned horn to a motor vehicle –
   A) Is recommended as it is effective to warn other road users
   B) Is not recommended, as it is a costly alternative to the signal toned horns.
   C) Is against the law.

65. Attachment of anything to the glasses of a motor vehicle, which makes the
glasses shining from outside–
   A) Is recommended as it provides privacy
   B) Is a better alternative to the tinted glasses which keeps the interior of the vehicle cool
   C) Is not recommended as it is against the law

66. Driving of a motor vehicle on footpath, on a cycle track is –
   A) Allowed if the road is congested with traffic
   B) Not allowed at any time
   C) Allowed only when directed to do so by an officer in uniform.

67. On observing a signal to stop at intersection, motor vehicle must be stopped –
  A) Behind the stop line on the road near the signal
  B) Anywhere near the signal as convenient to the people crossing the intersection
  C) Ten feet away from the stop line painted on the road.

68. When insurance policy of a motor vehicle is suspended or cancelled –
  A) It is not necessary to notify the R.T.O.
  B) It is necessary to notify the R.T.O.
  C) It is necessary to take care while driving.

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69. To drive a vehicle with expired insurance one –
  A) Shall drive cautiously to avoid any accident and subsequent loss the third party
  B) Shall not drive in any case
  C) May drive if insurance policy covering the driver‟s personal insurance is valid.

70. Which type of insurance is obligatory according to the law?
  A) Comprehensive insurance of a motor vehicle
  B) Personal insurance of the driver
  C) Third party insurance

71. Any person affected from motor vehicle accident can apply for a compensation
claim to –
  A) The R.T.O. officer
  B) The accident claims tribunal
  C) The banker of the driver of such vehicle.

72. Why does the drivers carry license?
  A) To make more money for the state
  B) To identify them selves as driver
  C) To keep unsafe drivers from driving.

73. Why do we have speed limits?
  A) So more cars can use the road
  B) To keep traffic within a safe speed for exiting conditions
  C) So that the police can tell more easily who is speeding.

74. A person convicted of driving a motor vehicle under influence of drugs faces –
  A) Imprisonment upto ix month, fine upto rs.2000 or both
  B) A strict warning from the authorities
  C) Cancellation of driving license.

75. Before leaving a vehicle parked. You should –
  A) Turn the ignition key off
  B) Stop the engine, lock the ignition, remove the key, and set the hand brake
  C) Lock the car.
76. While driving at 45 Kms per hours, distance between your car and the car ahead
should be at least
  A) On car length
  B) Two car length
  C) Three-car length.
77. Having something attached to or hanging from the rear view mirror is –
  A) Against the regulations
  B) Permitted depending upon how big it is
  C) Permitted if the object does not obstruct view of the driver.

78. During heavy rain or frost, the windshield and windows of the car become
cloudy, you should –
  A) Continue driving but slow down
  B) Stop driving until you have cleaned off windows and windshield
  C) Continue driving at your usual speed.

79. In traffic moving two lanes in each direction the car directly ahead of you is
waiting to make a right turn, you may –
  A) Pass the vehicle from the right side
  B) Pass the vehicle from the left side
  C) Do not pass the vehicle till the vehicle makes the right turn.

80. While approaching to an intersection you find the street ahead is blocked by
traffic you should –
  A) Pull up as close as you can to the car ahead
  B) Drive slowly across the intersection
  C) Stop before entering the intersection.
81. Before leaving your car parked on an upgrade you must –
  A) Turn wheel straight ahead
  B) Turn wheels towards curb
  C) Turn wheels away from the curb.
82. While approaching at an intersection when the light is green, a funeral
procession is passing across you should -
  A) Proceed with caution
  B) Wait for a break in the procession and proceed
  C) Proceed on green light only after entire procession has passed.

83. What causes most accidents?
  A) The road
  B) The driver
   C) The car

84. A motorcycle rider with limited experience should not carry a person because –
   A) The person obstruct vision to the rear
   B) The person may distract the rider
   C) The added weight of the person affects control.

85. To stop the motorcycle –
   A) Apply the back break first and after slowing down, apply front break
   B) Apply front break first and after slowing down, apply back break
   C) Apply the front and back break simultaneously.
86. While traveling together, two or more motorcycle should maintain a position as
   A) Travel side by side
   B) Maintain the lane in a staggered file position keeping a proper distance between motorcycle
   C) Travel directly behind each other in a straight line.

87. While riding a motorcycle –
   A) Carburetor must be adjusted for smooth running at every time.
   B) Road condition must be assessed at every time
   C) Visual check on all controls must be done every time.

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88. The best way o conserve fuel is to –
   A) Drive at high speeds in lower gears
   B) Drive at high speeds in high gears
   C) Drive at moderate constant speed as recommended.
89. Every motor vehicle must be insured, when it plies on road because –
   A) Payment of insurance premium help national development
   B) It protects against the damages to the vehicle an accident
   C) It protects life and property of third party in an accident.
90. Exhaust of your vehicle contains –
   A) Oxygen, nitrogen and water
   B) Carbon-dioxide, nitrogen and water
   C) Carbon - monoxide, nitrogen and hydrocarbons.
91. If the engine of your vehicle is properly turned –
   A) Carbon-dioxide at the exhaust is at its minimum
   B) Carbon – monoxide at the exhaust is at its minimum during idling
   C) Nitrogen-oxides are at its minimum during idling.

92. On detection of your vehicle pollution atmosphere, if you fail to turn the vehicle
to bring it within limit and within the time specified –
   A) The driving license held by you is liable for cancellation
   B) The registration certificate of your vehicle is liable for cancellation
   C) The insurance certificate of your vehicle is liable for termination.
93. Which is the poisonous gas contained in the exhaust of a petrol driven vehicle?
   A) Ammonia
   B) Carbon – monoxide
   C) Chlorine

94. It is dangerous to drive with bald tyres since –
   A) The vehicle picks up dangerous speeds quickly
   B) It has too much road grip
   C) It has too little road grip.

95. If your car is more than 15 years old –
   A) You should get its registration revalidated
   B) You should get engine of your vehicle replaced
   C) You should not exceed 50 km. Per hour at any point time.

96. A learning license holder –
   A) May drive any motor vehicle with „L‟ mark on it
   B) May drive vehicle authorized by the learning license only
   C) May drive under supervision of a driving license holder instructor

97. The driver o the vehicle carrying dangerous/hazardous goods –
   A) Must know how to drive the vehicle cautiously
   B) Must have at least diploma in fire fighting
   C) Must have knowledge of first air and action in emergency in case of spillage.

98. An endorsement of driving license is made when –
   A) The driver skillfully avoids an accident
   B) The driver is guilty of a serious act
   C) The driver is holding license for ten years continuously.

99. Registration number plate must be –
   A) In English language with Arabic numerals
   B) In local language with devnagri numerals
   C) In English at the front and in local language at the rear.

100. While driving motorcycle –
   A) It is obligatory to wear helmets
   B) It is advisable to the wear helmets
  C) It is not advisable to wear helmets.

101. A vehicle under temporary registration number plate –
  A) May be used on road for thirty days
  B) May be used on roads only after permanent registration
  C) Neither a) or b)

102. A registration number plate -
  A) May be of any colour
  B) Must be in prescribed colour, but be artistic
  C) Must be in prescribed colour and format

103. Over speeding or dangerous driving –
  A) Attracts a strict warning from the authorities
  B) Is an invitation to the accidents
  C) Is an offence and is punishable under the law

104. Clutch riding means –
  A) Using clutch frequently
  B) Keeping „half clutch‟ position consistently
  C) Not using clutch at all.

105. A vehicle carrying hazardous/dangerous driving –
  A) Is characterized by its shape and colour
  B) Is characterized by the diamond shaped warning sign
  C) Is characterized by the diamond warning sing and emergency information panel.

106. If you are driving at the speed of 60 km per hour in one second your vehicle
covers the distance of
  A) 30 meters
  B) 16 meters
  C) 42 meters

107. If you are driving at a speed of 64 Kms, per hour from the moment you see the
danger till you stop the vehicle; your vehicle will cover –
  A) 39 meters
  B) 25 meters
  C) 45 meters

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108. If your car is more than 20 years old, it I mandatory to get it mechanically
certified –
  A) Every six months
  B) Every year
  C) Every two years
109. Where there is an unmanned railway crossing you should –
   A) Stop your vehicle and watch both sides
   B) Try to cross as fast as possible
   C) Neither „A‟ or „B‟

110. It is railways desirable from safety angle to purchase spare parts from –
   A) Any road side mechanic
   B) The stop which offers parts at a cheap rate
   C) The authorized spare part dealer.

                               ANSWER SHEET
01.„B‟         02.„C‟             03.„C‟            04.„B‟    05.„A‟    06.„A‟
08-A.„B‟       08-B.„B‟           09.„A‟            10.„C‟    11.„C‟    12.„A‟
14.„B‟         15.„A‟             16.„A‟            17.„A‟    18.„B‟    19.„B‟
21.„B‟         22.„C‟             23.„A‟            24.„B‟    25.„C‟    26.„C‟
28.„B‟         29.„C‟             30.„B‟            31.„C‟    32.„B‟    33.„C‟
35.„B‟         36.„B‟             37.„B‟            38.„C‟    39.„C‟    40.„A‟
42.„C‟         43.„B‟             44.„B‟            45.„C‟    46.„C‟    47.„C‟
49.„C‟         50.„A‟             51.„A‟            52.„A‟    53.„C‟    54.„C‟
56.„A‟         57.„B‟             58.„B‟            59.„B‟    60.„C‟    61.„A‟
63.„B‟         64.„C‟             65.„C‟            66.„C‟    67.„A‟    68.„B‟
70.„C‟         71.„B‟             72.„C‟            73.„B‟    74.„A‟    75.„B‟
77.„C‟         78.„B‟             79.„B‟            80.„C‟    81.„C‟    82.„C‟
84.„C‟         85.„C‟             86.„B‟            87.„B‟    88.„C‟    89.„C‟
91.„B‟         92.„B‟             93.„B‟            94.„C‟    95.„A‟    96.„C‟
98. „B‟        99.„A‟             100.„B‟           101.„B‟   102.„C‟   103.„C‟
105.„C‟        106.„B‟            107.„A‟           108.„A‟   109.„A‟   110.„C‟