DKT Car Driver Knowledge Test – Seat Belt and Restraint Rules
This is a timed quiz. You will be given 45 seconds per question. Are you ready?
A car is carrying a driver and 3 adult passengers. There are seat belts in all seating positions. By law, seat belts must be worn by:
When there is a seat belt for a seat it must be worn by a person occupying that seat.
You want to fit a baby restraint to your car. What should you secure the restraint to?
Most modern vehicles have anchorages for baby restraints (often called isofix points).
You are driving a vehicle that only has a seat belt for the driver. To reduce the danger of being in a vehicle without a seat belt, where is the best place for passengers to sit?
Sitting in the back seat gives more of a buffer in the event of an accident. You should never share a seat belt with a passenger, and you should not position an unrestrained passenger in the front if possible.
When passengers get in the car and do not put their seat belts on, the safest thing to do is:
You are responsible for your passengers wearing their seat belts.
Which of the following statements is correct?
Seat belts must be worn by all occupants when they are available (unless exempt).
The most effective device for protecting passengers when in an accident is:
A seat belt will help prevent you from being thrown through the windscreen in the event of an accident.
You want to give a lift to a friend and his four month old baby. Before you do, you need to make sure:
Babies are not big enough to use regular seat belts therefore must be restrained in a properly fitted baby restraint.
Which one of the following statements is correct? Seat belts
Seat belts reduce injuries in the event of an accident.
Child restraints (eg, baby capsules and child seats):
Children and babies are too small to use regular seat belts therefore proper child restraints should be installed correctly and used.
Seat belts and child restraints (eg baby capsules and child seats):
Always buckle up your seat belt on any journey.
You give a friend and her 12 year old son a lift. Your friend sits in the front and her son gets in the back. The boy does not put his seat belt on. By law, who has to make sure the child wears his seat belt?
You are responsible for ensuring your passengers are wearing a seat belt.
The adult passenger in the rear is breaking the law because she is:
There is a seat belt for that rear seat and the passenger is not wearing it.