DKT Test (Pedestrians) #2
Which of the statements below is correct?
If there's a danger you'll collide with a pedestrian, you must yield.
The road in front of you has these zigzag markings. What exactly do they imply?
A zigzag line indicates that you are approaching a pedestrian crossing, even if you don't see it right away.
When driving in an area with a lot of pedestrians (like a bus stop), remember to:
Pedestrians who attempt to cross in front of your car may be obscured by a bus. Be ready to come to a halt if required.
On a marked pedestrian crossing, you must give way to pedestrians:
If a pedestrian is crossing the street, you must give way if you are in danger of colliding with them.
If you come across an elderly person on or near the road, you should:
Older people's vision and hearing may be reduced, making it more difficult for them to see your car.
When you encounter children on or near the road, you should?
Children are unpredictable, and they may attempt to cross the road when it is not safe. Prepare to come to a stop.
You approach a Light Rail car that has just come to a complete halt at a tram stop. What is the most critical action you should take?
Pedestrians disembarking from the tram may attempt to cross in front of your vehicle.
If there are elderly or children on a pedestrian crossing, you will almost certainly need to:
It may take a little longer for elderly persons and children to securely cross the crossing. Patience is required.
Which of the following statements is correct?
Avoid colliding with a pedestrian at all costs.