DKT Test ( Intersection) #1
What should you do if you arrive to a crossroads and the road ahead is clogged with vehicles traveling in the same direction?
If you are unable to cross the crossroads, you risk causing traffic congestion in the opposite direction.
When you see a GIVE WAY sign at a junction, it implies you must:
Give way signs are placed at crossings where visibility is good enough to gauge approaching traffic, as opposed to stopping signs, which are placed at intersections with poor visibility. You must, however, be prepared to come to a stop.
Is it necessary to give way to vehicles arriving from both the left and right when turning right at a T-intersection?
All vehicles on the route you're turning onto must yield to you.
When police officers are offering directions at crosswalks, you must:
At intersections, police officers' signals take precedence over any signs or lights.
In Sydney, you come to an intersection where a Light Rail vehicle is going to enter. So, what are your options?
You'll have to wait until the junction is clear before proceeding.
Is the line drawn across the road meaningful if a STOP or GIVE WAY sign has been knocked down, for example, as a result of an accident?
The line's meaning is the same as the sign's.
When approaching a railway level crossing with a STOP sign, what should you do?
At a stop sign, you must always come to a complete stop.
Are you required to give way to pedestrians when turning at an intersection?
If a collision is imminent, pedestrians have the right of way.
Even if the signal at a railway level crossing does not indicate that a train is approaching, you should nevertheless take the following precautions:
In these instances, always be prepared to stop in case you haven't spotted the train approaching.