Saudi Traffic Rules Test 06

It should be your aim to pass with flying colors keeping in view the fact that you are aware of all the rules of driving, and thus, you could be a better and safe driver. Also, the best thing to help you would be a practice test, and you can practice and match answers to see where you stand!
 
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Using the ___ while maneuvering your car around curved paths can cause skidding and risk tripping over.
Brakes
Headlights
Lower gear
Cruise control

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Wrong!

Lanes dividing lines used for…?
All of these
To divide traffic lanes
Allow shifting from one lane to another
These are broken white lines

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Wrong!

There are several traffic violations that Saudi Arabian drivers commit, but which of the following top the list of most registered offenses.
Driving too fast and running a red light
Driving too fast
Running a red light
Failure to wear a safety belt

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Wrong!

Driving without vehicle insurance is illegal and drivers could be fined how much?
100-150 SR fine
50 SR fine
500 SR fine
300 SR fine

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Wrong!

To avoid drowsy driving, you should try not to drive…?
For a long distance during the night
For a long distance during the daylight
For a short distance
After the lunch

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Wrong!

Is it safe to wear a seat belt while pregnant?
Yes
No

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Wrong!

If you have broken down on the dual or multi-lane highway and have a warning triangle, where should you place it?
Two warning triangles behind the vehicle at the distance of 10 m and also 100 m
60 m from your vehicle facing oncoming traffic
120 m from your vehicle facing approaching traffic
Place on the front of the vehicle only

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Wrong!

What penalty is imposed upon a driver who passes a stopped school bus picking up or dropping off children?
Pay a 300-500 SR fine, or law enforcement officers will detain the vehicle
Pay a 100-150 SR fine
Traffic officers will impound the vehicle immediately
A 30-day license suspension

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Wrong!

How many points will be issued for driving a vehicle without brakes or lights…?
8 points
12 points
6 points
4 points

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Wrong!

What responsibility comes with a driver’s license?
Follow all traffic laws
Become a skilled driver
Assume you are immune to auto accidents
All of the above

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Wrong!

The best way to deal with a bleeding wound is…?
To apply pressure using a clean cloth
To leave it alone
To apply a tourniquet
All of these

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Wrong!

Does a seat belt require on short trips?
Yes
No
Only at night
Only in highways

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Wrong!

The fine for failing to use a seatbelt is…?
150 to 300 SR
500 SR
900 SR
License suspension for 14 days

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Wrong!

What is the leading cause of school zone run-over accidents?
Driving too fast
Turning over
Crowded traffic scene
Driving in low-visibility conditions

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Wrong!

To obtain a temporary permit valid for one year, you must be at least what age?
17
18
14
16

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How long do points remain on a driver’s record?
One year if not committed another violation during the same year
Nine months
Six months
One year if committed two more violations during the same year

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A red arrow displayed on a traffic light means that…?
A driver must stop and then proceed when the signal changes to green light or green arrow
A driver has priority over all traffic
A driver must proceed slowly through the intersection
A driver may turn in the direction that the red arrow is pointing

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Wrong!

Wearing a seat belt is a compulsory rule that applies to ___?
Driver and passengers
Driver only
Passengers
Rear-seat passengers

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Wrong!

What is the penalty for exceeding the speed limit by 1-25 km/h?
Pay a 300-500 SR fine, or law enforcement officers will detain the vehicle
Pay a 200 SR fine
Pay a 100 SR fine
Traffic officers will impound the vehicle immediately

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Wrong!

Using high beam headlights attracts a penalty because it creates a blinding effect on oncoming motorists. Which of these is the correct fine amount or penalty?
150 to 300 SR
50 to 100 SR
600 to 900 SR
A 7-day license suspension

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Wrong!

Is true or false that both front and rear seat belts provide the same protection against harmful movements?
True
False

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Wrong!

Driving with an expired driving license can result in…?
300 to 500 SR, or detention of the vehicle as well
600 to 900 SR fine
Vehicle impoundment for three days
License suspension for 90 days

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Wrong!

What is the maximum vehicle weight limit for drivers with a personal license?
3,500 kilograms
2,500 kilograms
4,500 kilograms
5,000 kilograms

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Wrong!

Is it true that driving on a highway at a slower speed than any other motorist poses a safety risk to you and other road users?
Yes
No
Only on wet roads
Only at night

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What is the expected action of a driver in the pedestrians’ line at an intersection?
Not to stop
Stop
Stop if they cannot see pedestrians
Any of these

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What if you cannot see traffic in front because the engine hood opened and locked in an upright position?
All of these
Try sticking your head out of the car window
Follow the lane marking
Try getting out of the road quickly but cautiously

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Who is a defensive driver?
One who always keeps a positive driving attitude
One who drives slowly
One who takes part in international rallies
One who uses the quickest routes to their destinations

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Prohibition signs are…?
Circular white with red frames
Blue rounded
White triangular
Orange rounded

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Wrong!

In general, which of the following vehicle has the right-of-way?
Vehicle driving in the straight lane
Vehicle turning left
Vehicle turning right
Vehicle making a U-turn

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Wrong!

Never use a sunglass at night…?
True
False

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Wrong!

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Road Safety's Most Important Elements is Obeying Traffic Laws

Road safety is a complex process that involves many factors. However, one of road safety’s most important and basic elements is obeying traffic laws. Traffic rules are designed to protect you, other drivers, and other road users. While various states and countries have different traffic laws, the objective is always to promote safety.

Many people ignore common traffic rules, including speed limits, seatbelt laws, traffic signals, pedestrian crosswalks, signaling, and yield signs. Unfortunately, when drivers disobey these laws, they not only put themselves at risk but also everyone else on the road.

According to statistics, 99% of road accidents are caused by human error, including DUI, speeding, jumping lights, and driving while distracted. If everyone on the road followed traffic laws, the number of accidents would significantly decrease.

Let’s look at the importance of obeying traffic laws in more detail.

 

Obeying Traffic Laws Makes Roads Safer For Everyone

When you obey traffic laws, you make the roads safer not only for yourself but also for other people. Remember that you share the road with other drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists every time you get behind the wheel. By following traffic rules, you protect them as well as yourself.

For example, if you follow the speed limit, you can stop in time if someone unexpectedly crosses the street in front of you because you have sufficient vehicle stopping distance and time. Besides, if you don’t speed, you are less likely to lose control of your vehicle on a slippery road. This makes safe driving speed to be one of the best ways to prevent accidents.

 

Obeying Traffic Laws Saves Lives

According to the World Health Organization, over 1.25 million people die in road accidents every year across the world. And 20-50 million others are seriously impacted by road traffic injuries. This alarming number can be significantly reduced if everyone follows traffic rules.

Speed is one of the main causes of fatal accidents. An increase in average speed is directly related to the likelihood of a crash and the damage caused by it. For example, if you hit a pedestrian while driving at 30 mph, they have a 90% chance of surviving. However, if you hit them while driving at 50 mph, their chances of survival drop to 50%.

By obeying the speed limit, you can protect yourself and other people on the road and save lives.

 

Obeying Traffic Laws Reduces Stress

If you obey traffic laws, you will likely find your commute much less stressful. You won’t have to worry about getting pulled over, and you won’t have to deal with the potential consequences of breaking the law.

The cornerstone of this approach is always to be aware of your surroundings. Following traffic laws can help ensure that everyone on the road has a smooth, worry-free journey.

 

Following Traffic Rules Help Direct You To Where You Are Going

Let’s face it, getting lost is one of the most frustrating things that can happen, especially if you’re in a hurry. When you obey traffic laws, you are much less likely to get lost. This is because traffic signs and signals are designed to help direct you to your destination.

For example, stop signs and yield signs tell you when to stop or slow down, while turn arrows tell you which way to turn. By following these signs, you can help ensure that you stay on the right track and reach your destination without any problems.

 

Obeying Traffic Laws Is The Law

Of course, one of the most important reasons to obey traffic laws is that it’s the law. You can be fined or arrested if you break the law. You may even lose your driver’s license if caught breaking traffic laws in some states.

While it may be tempting to disobey traffic laws, especially if you’re in a hurry, it’s simply not worth the risk. So, always play it safe and obey the law

 

Obeying Traffic Laws is a Sign of Respect

When you obey traffic laws, you show respect for the rules of the road and for the people who use them. Following traffic rules can help keep the roads safe and orderly for everyone.

Many accidents are the result of just one careless driver, so it’s important to always be aware of your surroundings and to drive responsibly. By obeying traffic laws, you can help set a good example for other drivers and show that you care about the safety of yourself and others.

 

Key Takeaway

The numerous traffic safety signs you see on the roadways are there for a good reason to keep you and other drivers safe. By obeying traffic laws, you can help prevent accidents, save lives, reduce stress, and stay on the right track of the law, which saves time and money. Whether you’re a new driver or a veteran driver, always remember to drive safely and responsibly. And most importantly, never forget the importance of obeying traffic laws.