DKT Car Driver Knowledge Test – Pedestrians

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You must give way to pedestrians on a marked pedestrian crossing:

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If a pedestrian is on the crossing, you must give way if there is a risk you will collide with them.

When driving near children playing or walking near the edge of the road, you should:

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Children are not as aware of the dangers of the road and may run out in front of your vehicle.

You drive towards these people on the road. What should you do?

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You must avoid colliding with a pedestrian.

You see these zigzag markings on the road in front of you. What do they mean?

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A zigzag line means you are approaching a pedestrian crossing, even though you might not see it immediately.

At a pedestrian crossing with traffic lights, when the lights change to red you should

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Once the green light comes on you can go, as long as there is no danger of you colliding with a pedestrian.

If you see a School Crossing Supervisor holding a sign like this, you must wait until the children:

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You can only continue when the sign is removed. Until then you must remain stopped.

You drive up to a Light Rail vehicle that has just stopped at a tram stop. What is the most important thing you should do?

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Pedestrians may be disembarking the tram and could try to cross in front of your vehicle.

When driving near pedestrian crossings, intersections, or school crossings, you should always

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Always be on the lookout for pedestrians, especially children.

You must give way to pedestrians:

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You must avoid colliding with a pedestrian.

When driving past parked vehicles, which of the following is it most important to do:

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Pedestrians and animals can be obscured by other vehicles. They may not see you and could try to cross in front of your vehicle. Also, do not drive too close to parked cars as there is a risk that someone opening a car door might hit your vehicle. However, you should still drive in the left hand lane unless turning right or overtaking.

Which one of the following statements is correct? Bicycle riders:

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Bicycles are subject to the same road rules as other vehicles.

You approach a crossing and see the scene in the picture. You should:

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You must remain stopped until the sign is removed by the supervisor.

Which statement is true?

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You must avoid colliding with a pedestrian.

These markings on the road indicate

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These areas are specifically for pedestrians to cross.

Pedestrians who are affected by alcohol, are:

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Pedestrians affected by alcohol have poorer perception of traffic.

When approaching a marked pedestrian crossing and no pedestrians are in sight, you should:

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Be aware that pedestrians can be obscured by signage and other vehicles and may step out in front of you. Cover the brake and be ready to stop if necessary.

A vehicle ahead of you has stopped at a pedestrian crossing. You:

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Pedestrians may be obscured by the vehicle. You must not overtake it.

Which sign painted on the road tells you there is a pedestrian crossing ahead?

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The zigzag lines indicate you are coming up to a pedestrian crossing, even if you can't see it immediately.

You must give way to pedestrians if there is a risk of hitting them. When driving in poor light, you should:

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Pedestrians can be difficult to see. You can use your headlights on high beam, but not if you will dazzle other road users.

When you see older people on or near the road, you should:

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Older people may have impaired vision and hearing and this makes it more difficult for them to see your vehicle.

Which of the following statements is correct?

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You must give way if there is a chance you will collide with the pedestrian.

At a pedestrian crossing with traffic lights, when the amber light starts 'flashing' after the red stop signal, it means:

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There may still be pedestrians crossing, but you may proceed through the crossing if there is no risk of collision.

When driving in an area where there are many pedestrians (e.g. a bus stop) it is important to:

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Be aware that a bus can obscure pedestrians who may try to cross in front of your vehicle. Be prepared to stop if necessary.

If elderly people or children are on a pedestrian crossing you will probably need to:

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Elderly people and children may take a little longer to cross the crossing safely. Be patient.

This person is standing on a pedestrian refuge. If he steps out onto your lane you should:

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You must give way if there is a chance you will collide with the pedestrian.

When you see children on or near the road:

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Children can be unpredictable and may try to cross the road when it's not safe to do so. Be prepared to stop.

You approach a person crossing the road. You should:

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Pedestrians have the right of way while they are crossing.

When driving in wet weather, you should:

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If it is raining, pedestrians may have a poorer view of the road and might hurry to cross. Your vehicle might also be less visible to them.

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