2. When are you allowed to stop at the edge of the road?
A. In an emergency.
B. During the day
10. The fastest speed at which you may tow a vehicle with a rope is... km/h
8. You must stop your vehicle...
A. 5 m from the bridge.
B 6 m from the rail tracks crossing
C. 1 m from the tunnel.
11. What is the speed limit on a freeway when another vehicle is being towed with a tow rope?
A. 60 km/h
B. 30 km/h
C. 50 km/h
12. To avoid a fine you must produce your licence on request from a traffic officer
A. Within 24 hours.
C. Within 21 days
13. Which following statements are correct?
(i). It is prohibited to stop a vehicle within 6 meters from tunnel, sub-way or bridge.
(ii). It is prohibited to stop your vehicle opposite an excavation on the road
(iii). It is prohibited to stop a vehicle opposite/alongside a vehicle where such road is less than 9 m wide.
Select the correct combinations
A. (i) (ii) and (iii)
B. (i) and (ii)
14. What is the general speed limit on a freeway?
17. To avoid being fined the driver must ensure that a small child is....
A. On the drivers lap
B. On a passengers lap.
C. In a child seat that is properly secured with a seat belt.
18. You must not drive into an intersection if...
A. The robot is yellow and you are already in the intersection.
B. If there is NOT enough space on the other side
C. You are towing a vehicle.
24. Where are you allowed to stop?
A. Opposite an excavation.
B. Where indicated by a road traffic sign.
C. With the front of the vehicle facing approaching traffic.
26. You may transport goods on your vehicle that...
A. Protrude 2,0 m at the rear.
B. Protrude 450 mm in front.
C. Does not exceed 2,5 m wide
29. A temporary sign (yellow back ground)
A. Has the same consequence as a permanent sign if ignored
B. Can be ignored as it is only a temporary sign
C. Can be ignored at night
37. How far must your stops lamps (stop lights) be visible in sun light?
A. 60 m
B. 40 m.
C. 30 m
36. How far should your number plate be legible from the front and back?
A. 80 m
B. 60 m
39. When may you use your fog lights?
A. When you put your lights on
B. When there is dust fog or smoke around
C. only at night
38. To whose vehicles may spot lamps be fitted?
(i). Fire fighting vehicle ambulance
(ii). Medical practitioner veterinarian
(iii). Breakdown vehicle
(iv). To your private vehicle
Select the correct combinations
A. (i) and (ii)
B. (i), (ii) and (iii)
C. All of the above
40. What is the maximum turning radius of a vehicle allowed?
A. 20,2 m
B. 18,5 m
C. 13,1 m
41. How many windscreen wipers should to be fitted to a vehicle?
A. 2 wipers
B. 1 wiper on the passenger side
C. 1 wiper directly in front of the driver and works continuously
42. When driving on the road the fuel tank must ...
A. Have a cap that fits loosely.
B. Have a cap that fits effectively.
C. Put a piece of plastic in it, till you get to the garage.
43. When must you use your emergency warning triangle?
A. When your vehicle has broken down
B. When parked outside your friend’s house on the wrong side of the road facing oncoming traffic
C. Or you want to stop for a lunch break next to the road
44. When may you talk on a cell phone whilst driving?
A. When you hold the cell phone with your shoulder and ear
B. When you want to make an emergency call to a friend.
C. You are not allowed talk on a cell phone whilst driving, unless it's a hands free kit
49. What is the speed limit for buses and mini buses on Major Roads and on freeways?
A. 120 km/h
B. 100 km/h
C. 80 km/h
50. When you are on the freeway and a vehicle wants to merge from an on-ramp you must ....
A. Speed up and close the gap
B. Maintain your speed
C. Must allow the vehicle to merge in front of you
51. What is the maximum distance that an object may protrude in front of a light motor vehicle
A. 250 mm
B. 300 mm
C. 450 mm
52. What is the maximum distance that an object may protrude beyond the back of a light motor vehicle?
A. 1,5 m
B. 2,5 m
C. 1,8 m
55. At what age can you apply for a learners licence for a code 10 (C or C1)
A. 16 years old
B. 17 years old
C. 18 years old
56. How far should your direction indicators be seen by a person of normal eyesight ?
A. 50 m
B. 30 m
C. 75 m
57. Yellow reflective material shall be fitted to the sides and rear of all goods vehicles of which the gross vehicle mass exceeds
A. 9000 kg
B. 7500 kg
C. 10000 kg
58. When is it NOT compulsory to have yellow reflective material on the sides and rear of a heavy motor vehicle?
A. Does not exceed 10 000 kg
B. Does not exceed 9 000 kg
C. Does not exceed 8 000 kg
59. What is the minimum following distance for a heavy motor vehicle?
A. 2 seconds
B. 3 seconds
C. 4 seconds
67. When is a person riding a motorcycle on a public road allowed to hold a cell phone?
A. In case of emergency.
B. Under no circumstances.
C. If she/he is capable of holding the cell phone in one hand.
68. When may a driver of motor vehicle use a cell phone on a public road and whilst the vehicle is in motion?
A. When driving a sick person to the hospital to inform the doctor that sick person is coming.
B. In an emergency when calling the doctor.
C. It is not allowed under any circumstances.
73. The following motor vehicles may not be used on a public road if:
A. The overall width thereof exceeds 2.5 meters
B. The overall width thereof exceeds 2.6 meters
C. The overall width thereof exceeds 2.7 meters
70. The following motor vehicles may not be used on a public road together with any load thereon, if the overall height:
A. Exceeds 4.3 meters
B. Exceeds 4.9 meters
C. Exceeds 5.3 meters
69. A motor vehicle which is designed for or capable of reaching a speed of 60 km/h or more must be equipped with:
A. Speedometer which is in good working order.
B. Emergency brake and foot brake to stop suddenly.
C. Rear view mirror to monitor traffic approaching from behind.
74. A South African bureau of standards (SABS) approved number plate shall be affixed:
(i). In an upright position or within 30 degrees of such position.
(ii). In such a manner that each letter and figure is clearly visible.
(iii). One of the back and one to the front of all motor vehicles.
A. Only (i) is correct.
B. Only (i) and (ii) is correct.
C. All the above is correct.
76. A motor vehicle may not be used on a public road:
A. Unless the electrical wiring and battery are properly installed and maintained without constituting a source of danger.
B. If the exhaust pipe is well maintained.
C. If the fuel tank is fitted with an effective cap.
75. The Transparent windscreen of a light motor vehicle must,
A. Afford the driver sufficient visibility for safe driving and be of safety glass with at least 70% light transmittance.
B. Be of safety glass and at least 90% light transmittance.
C. Have 100% light transmittance and be of safety glass.
77. No person shall operate a vehicle on a public road....
A. In such a manner as to cause excessive noise
B. With an effective exhaust silencer
C. With two number plates, one in the front and one at the back of the vehicle.
78. Every light and heavy motor vehicle used on a public road must be equipped with:
A. Service brake.
B. Service and parking brake.
C. Emergency brake.
1. Sign shows you that…
A. All vehicles should slow down.
B. The driver of a heavy motor vehicle should change gears to a lower gear.
C. You should run fast.
3. Sign is also known as an....
A. Information sign.
B. Warning sign.
C. Regulatory sign.
4. This road mark is a ;
A. Rail track crossing.
B. Speed hump
C. Parking bay.
5. Which sign indicates a skew junction?
A. B. C.
6. This sign shows you...
B. Tourism directions
C. The distance to Ladysmith.
7. Sign shows you...
A. The amount you need to pay at the tollgate
B. Confirmation of a toll route and alternative route.
C. The ambulance and toll routes.
9. Sign is a...
A. Exiting lane on the left.
B. Lane converges.
C. Cross road.
15. Sign is a parking area reserved for...
A. Buses only
B. Minibuses only.
C. Taxis only.
16. When you see sign you must...
A. Drive at 50 km/h or more.
B. Drive slower than 50 km/h
C. Drive for 50 km.
19. Sign shows you that…
A. You can drive in that lane at 80 km/h
B. You can drive there for 80 km
C. It is a lane designated for blue light vehicles
20. Sign shows you that....
A. 3 km to the next turn off the freeway
B. 300 m to the next turn off
C. 3 m from the edge of the road
21. Sign shows you that…
A. There is a police road block on the left
B. There is a broken down vehicle in front
C. Traffic movement by obstruction
23. Sign shows the area is reserved for...
A. Delivery vehicles only.
B. Goods vehicles only.
C. Milk loads only.
22. Sign shows you that…
A. All vehicles must turn left there
B. All goods vehicles must turn left ahead
C. All goods vehicles can turn left if they wish
25. Sign prohibits....
A. Construction vehicles to drive there.
B. Ambulance to drive there.
C. Police to park there.
27. Sign warns you that…
A. There is a sharp curve for 80 km
B. There is a slight curve in the road and 80 km/h is recommended
C. Only 80 trucks must drive there.
28. Sign allows
A. Authorized vehicles only.
B. Parallel parking only.
C. Two-way traffic
30. Sign shows you that…
A. You are in a one-way
B. The street in front of you is a one-way street
C. It is a one-way to the left
31. Sign shows you that…
A. you may tow another vehicle there
B. only trailers not allowed
C. No towed vehicles or trailers allowed
32. Sign shows you that…
A. A single carriageway road begins there
B. Single carriageway freeway begins there
C. End of the freeway
33. Sign shows you that…
A. A double road begins
B. You are not allowed to drive there with a learners licence
C. It is the beginning of the freeway
34.Sign shows you that ...
A. The tarred road on which you are travelling is becoming a sand road
B. There is a soft shoulder of the road beginning
C. There is an arrestor bed to the left
35. Where could you possibly get this sign ?
(I). There is maybe a school ahead
(ii). There may be a robot on the other side of the hill
(iii). There is a park where children cross the road
(iv). There is a blocked pedestrian crossing ahead
Select the correct combinations
A. (1) and (ii) are correct
B. (i), (iii) and (iv) are correct
C. All of the above are correct
45. Sign shows you that .....
A. The height of the bridge is 2,1 m
B. The width of the road is 2.1 m
C. The maximum weight that road can carry is 2,1 ton
47. What do sign tells you ...... ?
A. There is parking for a sports event
B. There may be a funeral procession ahead
C. Look out for slow moving vehicular traffic and adjust speed accordingly
46. What is the difference between signs and
A. There is no difference
B. Second sign is where the lane reservation begins
C. First sign is where the lane ends
48. What does sign indicate ..... ?
A. Beware of electrical storms
B. Watch out for thunder and lightning
C. There may be electrical wires on the ground
53. Sign shows you that…
A. It is a lane for cyclists only
B. You can drive there with your car
C. Motor bikes can drive there also
54. Where would you more likely find this sign ?
A. In a suburban area
B. In a mountainous area
C. In towns
60. When you see this sign
A. stop for a police road block in 300 m
B. begin slowing down if turning off a freeway
C. check your 3 second following distance
61. Name the group of signs that this sign belongs to
62. Name the group of signs that this sign belongs to
63. Name the group of signs that this sign belongs to
A. guidance and information
64. Name the group of signs that this sign belongs to
B. Combination signs warning
C. Selective restriction
65. This sign informs the driver that:
A. This is the beginning of a one-way road
B. The left lane is coming to an end
C. There is a sharp junction from the left
66. This sign with a yellow back ground is:
A. permanent sign
B. temporary sign
C. warning sign
71. When you see sign :
A. Should the brakes of your vehicle fail, drive straight into the arrester bed.
B. You are 500 meters to the rest area
C. The road to the left leads to the raceway
72. What does road marking indicate?
A. An area where you may not stop except for pedestrians crossing
B. You may stop there to pick up school children
C. Parking there for school transport operators
79. This sign tells us that we must:
A. Stop at a pedestrian crossing
B. Give right of way to pedestrians.
C. Be on the lookout for joggers.