Ireland Driving Test 7

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What does this traffic light mean?

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Explantion: A green arrow (filter light) means that traffic may proceed in the direction of the arrow if it is safe to do so.

What do white arrows painted on the road indicate?

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Explantion: When approaching a junction you must select the appropriate lane for the direction you want to go.The appropriate lane may be marked by directional arrows. Make sure you cahange lane only when its safe to do so.

What does this road marking and information plate together mean?

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Explantion: A single yellow line along the edge of a road means that you must not park there during the times shown on the accompanying information plate.

What does this road marking mean?

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Explantion: A double yellow line along the edge of the road means parking is not allowed at any time.

What does this traffic light mean?

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Explantion: A green arrow (filter light) means that traffic may proceed in the direction of the arrow if it is safe to do so.

What is the maximum permissible speed for cars or motorcycles on motorways?

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Explantion: It is illegal to exceed 120km/h when driving on a motorway.

What does this traffic light mean?

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Explantion: You may proceed on a green traffic light if it is safe to do so.

What is the maximum permissible speed of a car towing a caravan on a motorway?

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Explantion: When towing a caravan on a motorway,it is illegal to exceed 80km/kh - excessive speed will make such a vehicle unstable.

What does this road marking mean?

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Explantion: A broken white line along the centre of the road means you must not cross the line unless it is safe to do so when overtaking or passing.

What does this road marking mean?

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Explantion: Where there is a continuous white line in the centre of the road, you are not permitted to: 1. Straddle or cross the white line; 2. Overtake another vehicle; 3. Perform a U-turn; 4. Park on the road at this point.

What does this road marking mean?

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Explantion: This road marking indicates the 'wrong' end of a one-way street. You may enter this street.

What does this traffic light mean?

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Explantion: When the traffic light is showing amber you must not go beyond the stop line unless your so close to the traffic lights that stopping would be dangerous.

When traffic lights are green, when should a driver not proceed?

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Explantion: Although a green traffic light means proceed with caution, you should not enter a junction if the way is not clear or by doing so you would cause an obstruction to other road users.

What colour traffic light comes on after the green?

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Explantion: The normal sequence of traffic lights is red-green-amber.

What does a flashing left amber arrow at a traffic light mean?

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Explantion: A flashing amber arrow at a junction means you may proceed left but must give way to pedestrians and traffic already coming through the junction on the other road.

What could this road marking mean?

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Explantion: Double broken white lines along the centre of the road alert you to continuous white lines ahead.Do not cross them unless it is safe to do so.

What does this road marking mean?

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Explantion: You must not enter the yellow box junction unless you can clear it without stopping or unless you are turning and are prevented from doing so by oncoming traffic.

What does the broken yellow line road marking mean?

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Explantion: A single broken yellow line along the side of the road marks the edge of the carriageway/hard shoulder. This is normally for the use of pedestrians and cyclists. As a driver, however, you may use it briefly to allow faster traffic to overtake, but only where it is safe to do so.

If driving from A to B, what do these road markings mean?

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Explantion: Where there is a broken white line and a continuous white line along the centre of the road, you must obey the line that is nearest to you. In this case you may not cross the lines.

What colour traffic light comes on after a non-flashing amber light?

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Explantion: The normal sequence of traffic lights is red-green-amber.

If driving from A to B, what do these road markings mean?

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Explantion: Where there is broken white line and a continuous white line along the centre of the road, you must obey the line that is nearest to you. In this case you may cross the lines as long as it is safe to do so.

What is the maximum permissible speed for cars or motorcycles on single carriageway national roads?

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Explantion: It is illegal to exceed 100km/h when driving on a single carriage way on national road.

What is the maximum permissible speed of a car towing a caravan on national roads?

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Explantion: When towing a caravan on a national road,it is illegal to exceed 80km/kh - excessive speed will make such a vehicle unstable.

What do flashing amber lights at a pelican crossing mean?

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Explantion: A flashing amber light at a pelican crossing means you must yield to pedestrians. You may proceed, however, if the crossing is clear.

What does this traffic light mean?

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Explantion: A red light means STOP. You must not go beyond the stop line or (if there is no stop line) beyond the light.

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