DKT Traffic Lights Test
16 / 10 / 2017
What should you do when approaching 13 which change from green to yellow?
Speed up to clear the intersection before the lights change to red.
Stop‚ only if a red light camera is in use.
Stop at the stop line unless you are so close that sudden or sharp braking might cause an accident.
This light means, you -
Can go straight ahead‚ or turn left or turn right‚ if it is safe to do so.
Must stop and wait for the red light before proceeding.
Can make a U-turn provided it is safe to do so.
You approach an intersection showing a red light and the sign shown. You wish to turn left. You must
Stop and turn left only if it is safe.
Slow down and turn left if it is safe
Stop and wait for a green light.
Are you permitted to make a U-Turn at 13?
Yes‚ at all times.
Yes‚ if there is no danger of colliding with another vehicle.
No unless there is a U-TURN Permitted sign at the intersection.
What may you do at an intersection with 13 at which this sign is displayed?
You may turn left only if a green arrow is shown.
If the lights are red you must first stop‚ then you may turn left if it is safe to do so.
You should slow down and check if anyone is coming before turning left.
At 13 what is meant when a red light appears?
Stop‚ make sure there is no traffic‚ then drive straight ahead.
Stop‚ wait behind the stop line until the lights change to yellow.
Stop‚ wait behind the stop line until the lights change to green.
You want to turn right at an intersection and see this traffic light. You should -
Stay behind the stop line until the green arrow shows.
Move forward slowly.
Enter the intersection and wait for the green arrow.
You wish to turn left at this intersection and the 13 are green. What should you do?
Move forward slowly‚ make the left turn and wait behind car A.
Enter the intersection and sound the horn.
Wait behind the stop line until there is room for you to enter the new road.
You are facing 13 (as shown). What do they mean?
You may proceed only in the direction of the green arrow.
You may proceed only in the direction of the green arrow when the red light has changed to green.
You must give way to oncoming traffic
As you approach a set of 13 at an intersection, they change from green to yellow (amber). You must
Stop before the lights‚ unless you are so close that sudden braking might cause an accident.
Accelerate to clear the intersection before the lights change to red.
Drive through the intersection without accelerating.
You wish to turn left at this intersection. The 13 are red and you see this sign. You should -
Stop‚ then if you see it is safe turn left.
Stop until the light turns green.
Stop then go straight ahead.
As you approach an intersection with 13, the yellow light turns to red. You must -
Stop and wait for the green light.
Speed up to avoid traffic from the left and right.
Sound your horn and proceed through the red light.
It is early morning and there is no other traffic about. You approach an intersection when the 13 change from green to yellow. What should you do?
Drive through and sound your horn.
You are waiting at an intersection and the lights are red. The 13 change to green. You should -
Check both sides of the intersection and then proceed.
Cross the intersection as quickly as possible.
Wait until the traffic behind you makes you move.
These lights mean that you -
Can turn left only if a sign 'TURN LEFT AT ANY TIME WITH CARE' is displayed.
Can turn left‚ but not go straight ahead.
Can turn left or go straight ahead.
It is 3 o'clock in the morning. You cannot see any other traffic. You want to turn right. You may -
Not turn right while the arrow is red.
Turn right if it is safe to do so.
Turn right when you have waited one minute.
Minumum pass for the test is 75%
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