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  1. The test has 20 questions that will be answered by way of multiple choice
  2. The test will take 30 minutes
  3. Every question carries one mark and pass mark is 12/20
  4. In case of any clarification, you are advised to ask the facilitator


Q 1. The length and the spacing between the strokes of a broken line will measure respectively:

a) 1 to 3 and 3 to 5 m

b) 1 to 2 and 3 to 15 m

c) 2 to 3 and 5 to 15 m

d) 1 to 5 and 3 to 15 m

Q 2. Except when the are otherwise qualified, longitudinal hite wider lines must be as wide as:

a) 20 to 40 cm

b) 40 to 60 cm

c) 30 to 60 cm

d) 5 to 10 cm

Q 3. A continuous white and wide line drawn perpendicularly to the border of the roadway indicate:

a) Where drivers must stop if necessary

b) A compulsory stoppage for drivers

c) The fictitious border of the roadway

d) The rial border of the roadway

Q 4. Borders of the public highway or the roadway must be signaled by:

a) Road signs

b) Road marks

c) Traffic lights

d) Reflectors

Q 5. The continuous and broken longitudinal white lines must be replaced by:

a) White studs

b) Red studs

c) Yellow studs

d) Orange studs

Q 6. Lanes to be used by two wheeled bicycles and mobylettes for crossing the roadway are determined by two discontinued lines constituted by:

a) White squares an triangles

b) White triangles and parallelograms

c) Yellow squares and parallelograms

d) White squares and parallelograms

Q 7. The broken line which announces the approach of a continuous line may be completed by:

a) The pre-selecting arrows

b)The selecting arrows

c) The fallback arrows

d) The traffic lights

Q 8. A wide and continuous white line may be drown on the roadway to indicate:

a) Its actual border

b) Its real border-the

c) The stopping spot

d) Its fictitious border

Q 9.When a continuous hit line and a broken white line are juxtaposed, the driver must take into consideration:

a) The continued line

b) The broken line

c) A or b are correct answers

d) The nearest line

Q 10. When the strokes of a broken line becomes closer and shorter one to the other, they indicate:

a) The proximity of a continued line

b) The proximity of a broken line

c) The proximity of a corner

d) The proximity of a serious danger

Q 11. The beginning and the end of the parking and the stopping area may be indicated by:

a) A continued white line

b) A discontinued white line

c) A cross continuous white line

d) A cross discontinuous hite line

Q 12. The space that vehicles must occupy may be indicated by:

a) White crossing lines

b) White transversal lines

c) Yellow transversal lines

d) Hite continuous lines

Q 13. Transversal white lines must be

a) 20 to 60 centimeters wide

b)40 to 60 centimeters wide

c) 10 to 30 centimeters wide

d) 2 to 10 centimeters wide

Q 14. In places where the are traffic lights:

a) drivers must stop

b) drivers must slow down

c) vehicles may move in parallel lines

d) vehicles may move in single line

Q 15. The lighting surface of the lights has the form of:

a) 18 m to 0.21 m diameter

b) 15 cm to 20 cm diameter

c) 10 cm to 15 cm diameter

d) 10 cm to 20 cm diameter

Q 16. The maximal diameter for additional lights intended for pedestrians is:

a) 5 centimeters

b) 10 centimeters

c) 15 centimeters

d) 0,20 meters

Q 17. A vehicle to be fitted with a speed indicator is that one which:

a) Cannot exceed 40 km per hour

b) Can exceed 50 km per hour

c) Can exceed 40 km per hour

d) Can exceed 60 km per hour

Q 18. The additional lights constituted by a green colored arrow are placed:

a) Under or beside the red light

b) Under or beside the green light

c) Under or beside the yellow flashing light

d) Under or beside the fixed yellow

Q 19. The authorization of participating in a race competition on the public highway in more than one province must be addressed to the:

a) Nation Police

b) The Minister in charge of transport

c) The Minister in charge of sport

d) The Minister in charge of local administration

Q 20. When a bridge does not offer all the necessary guarantees for a safe passage, maximum authorized load and measures prescribed for the protection of that bridge are shown by road-signs placed:

a) On the right side

b) At the entrance of that bridge

c) On the left side

d) On each shore

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