DKT Test (Traffic Lights and Lanes) #4
Is it permissible to cross the lines and overtake when the route is marked this way?
You are not permitted to cross the double unbroken dividing lines to overtake unless you are overtaking a cyclist.
These lights indicate that you are:
Because straight-through traffic has a red light, it must come to a halt. If it is safe to do so, traffic turning left can proceed.
As you approach a traffic light intersection, the yellow light turns red. You must do the following:
A red light must not be crossed.
You are driving a car with the number Y and wish to make a right turn utilizing a median turning lane. A car designated O is approaching you and is already in the median lane, slowing and signaling. Is it okay for you to enter the median turning lane and share it with others?
You are permitted to enter the median strip, but keep in mind that the other vehicle must be able to finish its maneuver.
When approaching traffic lights that change from green to yellow, what should you do?
You can continue through the lights if stopping is unsafe and you can make it past the intersection before the lights turn red.
Overtaking another vehicle necessitates a high level of concentration and decision-making. Which of the statements below is correct?
If you don't notice their indications, large, long vehicles may unexpectedly turn across your path.
At temporary traffic signals, where do you ground to a stop?
The sign designates a safe stopping area. Furthermore, some automated lights feature a sensor for vehicles waiting at a red light, allowing them to know when to turn the lights green again after a particular amount of time has passed. Stopping this sensor ahead may result in the light not changing to green.
You are in the A vehicle. You want to pass the car labeled B. You ought to:
Wait for vehicle B to finish its overtaking maneuver.
From a one-way street, you will turn right. When you begin your turn, where should you be?
Other drivers can pass to your left if you park your automobile on the right.