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Car Driving Knowledge Test

 

What is a DKT Test?

This test is computer-generated and 45 questions are picked at random by the computer out of 600 questions.

The test consists of two sections, the general knowledge and road safety.

General knowledge: This section consists of 15 questions and to pass the test, there has to be 12 correct answers. Test questions consist of general knowledge on the proper way of entering expressways from different angles; the maximum speed required for each road type; what to do during accidents and others.

Roads and Traffic Signs: This is the second section of the DKT Test which consists of 30 questions, 29 of which must be answered correctly to pass the test. This section assesses the driver’s knowledge of road signs among others.

Car Driving Knowledge Test

Intersections: Questions relative to intersections form part of the DKT. What will a driver do when approaching an intersection with or without a sign? What will a driver do when approaching a railway, etc? Questions are also asked with regards to boom gates, turning at T-intersections and giving way to pedestrians.

Lanes: How far does a driver know when to merge with the traffic; when to change lanes and what to do with an approaching emergency vehicle?

Pedestrians and Traffic Signs: This area consists of questions relative to pedestrians, pedestrian lanes, signs and driving in school zones and restricted areas.

Alcohol and Drugs: Considering the safety of all road users, this test consists of questions relative to alcohol and drug use while driving. Should a driver refuse a test breathe? How many accidents are alcohol and drug related? Will medication affect driving abilities? What is the legal limit of alcohol in terms of driving?

Fatigue and Defensive Driving: This area covers questions on theories and situations regarding sudden stops, overtaking, driving on roads with no signs and others.

Negligent driving: What will a driver do when driving near a parked car, approaching a curve or a hill? When do you overtake? These questions constitute negligent driving because when not prepared to deal with situations like these will lead to damage to life and property.

Knowing the rules, theories and answers to practical situations will help the test taker pass the DKT and most of all, mold a responsible driver.

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