DKT Test (Pedestrians) #1
The following are examples of pedestrians who are impacted by alcohol:
Pedestrians who have consumed alcohol have a reduced perception of traffic.
If you're driving near kids who are playing or strolling near the road's edge, you should:
Children are less aware of the risks of the road and are more likely to run out in front of your vehicle.
Which of the following is the most important thing to do when driving by parked cars:
Other vehicles can obscure pedestrians and animals. They might not notice you and try to cross in front of your car. Also, avoid driving too close to parked automobiles because someone opening a car door could collide with your vehicle. Unless you're turning right or overtaking, you should stay in the left lane.
Pedestrians must be given priority:
Avoid colliding with a pedestrian at all costs.
If you don't want to hit a pedestrian, you must give them the right of way. When driving in low-light conditions, you should:
It can be difficult to notice pedestrians.
When the amber light starts 'flashing' after the red stop signal at a pedestrian crossing with traffic lights, it means:
There may still be pedestrians crossing, but if there is no risk of collision, you may proceed through the crossing.
A vehicle in front of you has come to a complete stop at a pedestrian crossing. You:
The car may cause pedestrians to be obscured. It is imperative that you do not pass it.
Which of the following assertions is the most accurate? Riders on bicycles:
Bicycles must follow the same traffic laws as other vehicles.
You approach a person who is crossing the street. You ought to:
Pedestrians have the right of way when crossing the street.