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Taiwan Driving License Test (Car)

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Taiwan Driving License Test (Car)

Descripción:
Choose and Traffic Signs

Autor:
AVATAR

Fecha de Creación:
19/07/2020

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Temario:
When driving on the road, to throw trash, cigarettes, or flammable items out of the vehicle: (1) (2) (3) is extremely immoral and dangerous. is not a problem as long as it makes the drivers happy is the best way to keep vehicles clean.
Long tunnels have parking bays for the purpose of: (1) (2) (3) parking and resting pulling a malfunctioning vehicle over to the side passing other vehicles if there is a lot of traffic congestion in the tunnel.
Which of the following should be the priority for drivers: (1) (2) (3) respecting human life speeding if they are in a hurry enjoying the scenery all the way to their destination.
When driving in the city at night with good lighting conditions, drivers are required to: use their low-beam headlights use their high-beam headlights honk their horn often.
When traveling through a tunnel, drivers: (1), (2) (3) may not turn on their headlights must turn on their headlights and proceed quickly, are required to turn on their headlights and comply with the speed limit.
Vehicles following other vehicles at night are required to: (1) (2) (3) turn on their low-beam headlights turn on their high-beam headlights, not turn on any headlights.
Which of the following should be the priority for drivers: (1) (2) (3) respecting human life speeding if they are in a hurry enjoying the scenery all the way to their destination.
When driving in the city at night with good lighting conditions, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) use their low-beam headlights use their high-beam headlights honk their horn often.
If passengers leave their valuables in your vehicle, you are required to: (1) (2) (3) keep them as your own property donate them to charity organizations take them to the nearest police station so the owner can be notified.
Buses are required to pick up and drop off passengers on: (1) (2) (3) the right side of the road the left side of the road anywhere is fine.
Can vehicles on inside lanes pass vehicles by using the outside lanes? (1) (2) (3) No, they can't. Yes, they can. It doesn't matter.
Drivers of commercial vehicles should provide three services -- safety, comfort, and efficient transportation. If they are unable to provide all three simultaneously, which of the following should be top priority: (1) (2) (3) comfort efficiency safety.
Drivers have to abide by the law, because: (1) (2) (3) they don't want to be penalized it's their responsibility and duty, as well as being safer for themselves and others they are under surveillance.
Drivers often lose their tempers and become aggressive when they see reckless pedestrians or vehicles being driven recklessly. In this situation, you should: (1) (2) (3) be patient and courteous not give an inch respond the same way.
When driving through a congested or construction area, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) speed up honk the horn and go through first respect and tolerate one another.
When driving in a long tunnel, drivers: (1) (2)3) may change lanes at their discretion may not change lanes at their discretion ( may change to the lane with fewer vehicles if there is traffic congestion.
If a fire occurs while driving through a long tunnel, drivers are required to turn off the engine. The driver and any passengers should then: (1) (2) (3). stay in the vehicle, close windows and wait for rescue; evacuate, leaving the car locked; evacuate, leaving windows half-way down, keys in the vehicle, and doors unlocked.
If vehicles are in a long tunnel and a fire occurs in front of them, drivers and passengers are required to: (1) (2) (3) stay in their vehicle and wait for rescue evacuate by going in the opposite direction evacuate by walking in the same direction that they were driving their vehicle.
Long tunnels have connecting tunnels: (1) (2)(3) for broken down vehicles for emergency use for vehicles to make a U-turn.
If fire occurs ahead of your vehicle in a long tunnel, how can you evacuate and, at the same time, avoid heavy smoke and the high temperature, thereby minimizing any injury: (1) (2) (3) keep your body low and evacuate in the opposite direction that your vehicle was moving keep your body low and evacuate in the direction that your vehicle was moving evacuate in the direction your vehicle was moving as quickly as possible.
To be classified as a mini bus, the number of seats of the bus must be (1) (2) (3) less than 10 less than 9 less than 11.
Drivers who are one month or more late in getting their regular vehicle inspection: (1) (2) (3) will be penalized and have their car registration suspended will have their car registration cancelled will be fined.
A student driver's license is valid for: (1) (2) (3) 1 year 2 years 3 years.
The legal age requirement for a regular automobile driver's license is: (1) (2) (3). 17 years 18 years 19 years.
The minimum age for obtaining a professional driver's license is (1) (2) (3) 18 years. 19 years. 20 years.
Prior to filling up the fuel tank: (1) (2) (3) it you are required to turn off your engine you don't have to turn off your engine doesn't matter whether you turn off your engine or not.
Passengers: (1)(2) (3) may stretch their arms and neck out the window may not stretch their arms and neck out the window may stretch their arms and neck out the window on summer days, but not when the weather turns cold.
If drivers want to maintain an orderly traffic environment for the safety of society and the happiness of their families, they should: (1) (2) (3) drive responsibly and courteously improve their driving skills not smoke or drink.
Drivers should: (1)2) (3) strive to improve their driving skills ( make driving safely their top priority make reaching their destination their top priority.
I am a good driver and always abide by the traffic rules. To help ensure traffic safety, when drivers break traffic laws, I hope police officers will: (1) (2) (3) use all lawful means to examine drivers and strictly penalize drivers who break the law not examine or penalize anyone examine drivers, but not penalize them.
Passing through a pedestrian crosswalk at an intersection as the light turns yellow, I am required to: (1) (2) (3) stop my car move back behind the crosswalk keep moving ahead.
When driving behind other vehicles and approaching a railroad crossing, I am required to: (1) (2) (3) slow down and keep a greater distance between myself and the vehicle in front of me drive as usual speed up to pass the railroad crossing quickly.
For the purposes of driving safety, which of the following should be considered the top priority of drivers? (1) (2) (3) the appearance of their vehicle safety, not time transportation infrastructure.
To ensure safety for themselves and the others, drivers should improve their conduct in daily life by always: (1) (2) (3) controlling themselves and helping others discouraging others from driving aggressively trying to find some way to give others a hard time.
If you are driving in a rural area and encounter people herding animals across the road, you are required to: (1) (2) (3) honk your horn to make them hurry up speed up to cross the road before the animals do slow down and wait until the animals have crossed the road.
If you are driving through a muddy area or flooded area and encounter pedestrians, you are required to: (1) (2) (3) slow down in order not to splash any water on the pedestrians speed up and pass through the water honk your horn constantly to warn the pedestrians to keep away from your vehicle.
When a vehicle is moving on the road, the driver: (1) (2) (3) can use hand-held cell phones, computers, or other similar devices to call, talk, digitally communicate, or do other actions that might hinder driving safety cannot use hand-held cell phones, computers, or other similar devices to call, talk, digitally communicate, or do other actions that might hinder driving safety can use hand-held cell phones, computers, or other similar devices to call, talk, digitally communicate, or do other actions that might hinder driving safety if the condition of the road is good enough.
When you encounter other vehicles on a narrow road, you should: (1) (2) (3) speed up and force other vehicles to yield pull your vehicle over to the side and yield to the other vehicles honk your horn constantly to warn other vehicles to yield to you.
If an elderly person, child, or disabled passenger gets on the bus, the driver is required to: (1)2) (3) politely refuse to serve them ( wait until all passengers are steadily seated before moving the bus charge them double fare.
If you witness an accident when you are driving, you are required to: (1) (2) (3) leave the scene of the accident stay on the scene to provide assistance and provide a witness statement lie and say you didn't see anything.
If you become tired or feel sleepy when driving, you are required to: (1) (2) (3) slow down take medication to regain your mental alertness and continue to drive as usual pull over at the nearest roadside rest stop and rest a while in order to regain your mental alertness.
You are driving on a two-way road and you want to pass the vehicle in front of you, but there are other vehicles approaching from the opposite direction. You are required to: (1) (2) (3) slow down immediately and not pass speed up and pass the vehicle in front of you immediately honk your horn and force the approaching vehicles to yield.
If you are driving on a muddy road on a rainy day and you find yourself skidding, you should: (1) (2); (3) brake immediately to reduce your speed; shift into a low gear while grip the steering wheel with both hands, and steer your car in the same direction as you are skidding step on the gas and speed through.
If you discover your brakes are not working when driving, you are required to: (1) (2) (3) shift into the low gear, turn on your right turn signal, and pull over to the side of the road pull over to the side of the road immediately turn on your headlights and honk your horn to alert other vehicles and pedestrians to yield.
In which of the following situations, are drivers allowed to drive in the oncoming traffic lane: (1) (2) (3) when other vehicles are parked on the right side of the road and, at the same time, no vehicles are approaching from the opposite direction when you are driving either uphill or downhill when you are going to stop your car.
When you are driving on a rural road in the middle of the night and no other cars are on the road: (1) (2) (3) you can speed you are required to follow the speed limit no matter what you can drive a bit faster than the speed limit, but not very fast.
If you are driving through a muddy area or on a flooded road, you are required to: (1) (2) (3) speed up in order not to get stuck in the mud honk your horn and force any pedestrians to yield slow down and drive cautiously.
If you find your brakes or steering are not working, you are required to: (1) (2) (3) slow down drive as usual stop driving, and have the vehicle repaired.
A vehicle closely following behind a speeding fire engine is: (1) (2) (3) permitted not permitted not regulated by law.
As your speed increases, the distance required to react: (1) (2) (3) remains unchanged gets shorter gets longer.
Is it all right to drive after drinking alcoholic beverages? (1). (2). (3) No Yes Driving slowly is alright.
If you are driving at night and the driver approaching from the opposite direction doesn't switch to their low beam headlights, you should: (1) (2) (3) switch on your high beam headlights to retaliate continue to use your low beam headlights while slowing down It doesn't matter.
When driving at a high speed, drivers (1) (2) (3). react slower than usual and handle the emergencies less efficiently can handle emergencies as well as usual can handle emergencies better than usual.
Are vehicles carrying dangerous cargo permitted to drive through Bagua Mountain Tunnel or Snow Mountain Tunnel? (1). (2) (3) Yes, they are No, they are not. There is no rule regulating this.
A small truck may not carry more than (1) (2) (3) 2 persons 1 person 3 persons.
If a driver allows a person to drive their car who does not have a driver's license, they will be subject to: (1) (2) (3) having their driver's license suspended having their driver's license revoked having their vehicle registration cancelled and license plates confiscated.
If a driver causes a serious accident, the driver is required to take any and all possible action to deal appropriately with any injuries or death. If the driver flees the accident: (1) (2) (3) their driver's license will be revoked and they will be prohibited from getting another license permanently they will be fined their driver's license will be suspended for 1 year.
Which of the following is the legal requirement regarding the annual inspection of vehicles for business use (not including buses): (1) (2) (3) vehicles less than 5 years old must be inspected at least once a year; vehicles more than 5 years old must be inspected at least twice a year vehicles more than 3 years old must be inspected at least once a year vehicles less than 5 years old must be inspected at least twice a year.
Which of the following scores are required to pass the professional driver's license test: (1) (2) (3) Traffic rules: 70 points; Car repair/maintenance: 60 points; Road test: 70 points Traffic rules: 85 points; Car repair/ maintenance: 60 points; Road test: 70 points Traffic rules: 85 points; Car repair/maintenance: 70 points; Road test 70 points.
What are the three occasion a motor vehicle inspection is required? (1) (2) (3) Suspension of vehicle license; periodic inspection; temporary or ad hoc inspection Application for license plates; periodic inspection; temporary or ad hoc inspection Scrapping your vehicle; exhaust emission; periodic inspection.
How often must a professional driver's license be renewed: (1) (2) (3) every 1 year every 2 years every 3 years.
Which of following vehicles is a student driver allowed to drive: (1) (2) (3) a car a large truck a bus.
Those who have a regular driver's license for cars are permitted to drive: (1) (2) (3) cars and light motorcycles small buses and heavy motorcycles small buses and large trucks.
What is the maximum number of authorized engineering or public works personnel allowed to ride in a small truck: (1) (2) (3) 5 persons 8 persons 4 persons.
Who is required to wear a safety belt when in a moving vehicle: (1) (2) (3) the driver front-seat passengers the driver, front-seat, and back seat passengers.
Driving lanes may be used by: (1), (2), (3). pedestrians vehicles pedestrians and vehicles.
Traffic signals are designed to indicate when to: (1) (2) (3) proceed forward drive cautiously and stop drive cautiously, proceed forward, and stop.
Which of the following places are student drivers permitted to drive: (1) (2) (3) driving schools and roads designated by the local police authority at a specific time expressways freeways.
For those who have a regular driver's license, driving a business vehicle: (1) (2) (3) is illegal is lawful is not regulated by law.
At what distance from the intersection are drivers who intend to turn required to flash their turn signal: (1) (2) (3) 10 meters 20 meters 30 meters.
If your driver's license is damaged, you are required to: (1) (2) (3) request a new license take the driver's license test again wait for another 6 years before getting a new license.
Drivers who lend their driver's license to another person will be subject to: (1) (2) (3) having their driver's license suspended having their driver's license revoked having their vehicle registration cancelled and license plates confiscated.
If a driver is discovered to be using a counterfeit, forged, or illegally obtained license, the driver will: (1) (2) (3) be fined; have their driver's license revoked; be fined and have their driver's license confiscated.
If you lose your driver's license, you are required to: (1) (2)3) take the driver's license test again apply to the Motor Vehicle Registration Department for a new license ( place an ad in the newspaper to declare that the license has been cancelled.
Those who drive a vehicle as part of their job are: (1) (2) (3) regular drivers either regular drivers or professional drivers professional drivers.
If a vehicle's color or engine are modified, the vehicle owner is required to: (1) (2) (3) register the changes at the Motor Vehicle Registration Department register the changes with the police register the changes at the Ministry of Transportation and Communications.
Taxis windows: (1) (2) (3) may be covered with opaque reflective material are not permitted to be covered with either opaque reflective or heatproof material must have curtains.
Self-use cars are exempt from inspection if they are less than (1) (2) (3) 4 5 6 years old.
Those who are unable to have their professional driver's license renewed due to illness or travel abroad may present their original license together with the relevant required documents to the Motor Vehicle Registration Department and apply for renewal within (1) (2) (3) 1 month 3 months 6 months after they have recovered from their illness or returned from abroad.
Those who are (1) (2) (3) 16 years old 18 years old 20 years old are eligible to apply for a student's driver license.
Is it true that those who possess a student driver's license must be accompanied by a driver who possesses a regular driver's license for the same type of vehicle at all times when driving? (1). (2). (3) Yes No This is not regulated by law.
What is the maximum age for those eligible for a professional driver's license? (1) (2) (3). 45 55 65.
What is the maximum age for those eligible for regular driver's license? (1) (2) (3). No age limit. 65 60.
To be eligible to take the regular small vehicle driver's license test, student drivers are required to have been driving for how long? (1) (2) (3) longer than 6 months longer than 3 months longer than 2 months.
To be eligible to take the small vehicle professional driver's license test, student drivers are required to have been driving for: (1) (2); (3) either longer than six months or, with a small vehicle driver's license, for longer than three months; longer than nine months longer than ten months.
If a driver's name and birth date is amended or their address changes, the driver required to: (1) (2) (3) there is no applicable rule; they are required to register the changes at the Motor Vehicle Registration Department; they are required to register the changes at the Department of Health.
If your driver's license is suspended or cancelled, what are you required to do? (1) (2). (3) There's no applicable rule. I am required to surrender my driver's license to the local Motor Vehicle Registration Department I am required to turn in my driver's license to the police.
If a person has someone else take the driver's license test for them, what is the penalty? (1) (2) (3) Their driver's license will be revoked and they will be disqualified from reapplying for a new license for 5 years from the date they were caught cheating. They will not be allowed to apply for a new driver's license for the next 3 months. They will not be allowed to apply for a new driver's license for the next 6 months.
Those who are addicted to alcohol, narcotics or amphetamines: (1) (2) (3) may apply for a driver's license. are not allowed to apply for a driver's license. There is no applicable regulation.
The mentally disabled, the blind, and those with epilepsy: (1) (2) (3) may not apply for a driver's license may apply for a regular driver's license There is no applicable regulation.
Those whose drivers' license is still under suspension or revoked: (1) (2)3) may apply for a driver's license may not apply for a driver's license ( There is no applicable regulation.
If someone's driver's license is lost or stolen, they are required to: (1) (2)3) know the license number so they can report it to the police take the driver's license test again ( apply to have their driver's license re-issued.
In order to pass the Road test applicants are required to score at least: 60 70 80 points.
In order to pass the Traffic Rules test, applicants need to score at least: (1) (2) (3) 60 points 75 points 85 point.
Those who drive a small vehicle without a driver's license will be fined: (1) (2) (3) 300 ~ 600 NTD 3,600~7,200 NTD 6,000~12,000 NTD.
Temporary parking means you are allowed to park for: (1) (2) (3) less than 3 minutes less than 5 minutes less than 10 minutes.
If your vehicle breaks down on a 40km/hr road, you are required to: (1) (2) (3) place a vehicle breakdown sign on the road 5-30 meters behind your vehicle turn on all your lights and honk your horn repeatedly turn on your front and rear lights.
On the outside of the vehicle, you: (1) (2) (3) may not carry any passengers may carry passengers there is no restriction.
The number of passengers carried by a moving vehicle: (1) (2) (3) may not exceed the legally allowed maximum number of passengers depends on the driver and passengers is not subject to any rule or restriction.
Can taxis refuse to take a passenger? (1), (2), (3) Yes No There is no applicable regulation.
The width of goods loaded on a truck: (1) (2) (3) may extend outside the vehicle by half a meter may extend outside the vehicle by a meter may not extend past the width of the vehicle.
Vehicles loaded with dangerous cargo are required to park in: (1) (2) (3) an underground parking lot an open and cool area any place with lots of vehicles but few people.
Drivers who violate traffic rules thus causing an accident or death are subject to having: (1) (2) (3). 02 their vehicle registration suspended and license plates temporarily confiscated their driver's license suspended their driver's license revoked.
If vehicles are loaded with dangerous materials that are leaking or spilling, drivers are required to: (1) (2)3) speed up and rush to their destination park the vehicle and handle the situation properly ( There is no applicable regulation.
Drivers who cause an accident not resulting in injury or death and who flee the scene of the accident are subject to penalties and: (1) (2) (3) suspension of their vehicle registration suspension of their driver's license cancellation of their driver's license.
When vehicles are approaching an intersection where there is an island separating the slow and fast lanes, vehicles moving in the slow lane: may not turn left may turn left ( There is no applicable regulation.
When vehicles traveling in the opposite direction enter the same lane to turn left or right, who has right of way? (1) (2) (3) The vehicle turning right has the right of way. The vehicle turning left has the right of way. Both vehicles can proceed simultaneously.
What happens to drivers who drive on the wrong side of the road on roads with no median line? (1) (2). (3) Their driver's license will be suspended. They will be fined Their vehicle registration will be suspended.
When approaching oncoming vehicles at night, you are required to: (1)(2) (3) turn on your high-beam headlights turn on your low-beam headlights turn off your lights and yield.
At an intersection with no traffic signals or with traffic signals that are broken and which does not have any traffic control personnel present, what are drivers required to do? (1) (2) (3) Vehicles on secondary roads should yield to the vehicles on main roads. Vehicles on main roads should yield to the vehicles on secondary roads. Yielding is not required.
At intersections with both traffic control personnel and traffic signals (1) (2) (3) drivers are required to obey the traffic control personnel. There is no applicable regulation. drivers are required to obey the traffic signals.
Within how many meters of a fire hydrant or a fire station exit or entrance are drivers prohibited from temporarily parking their vehicle? (1) (2) (3) 10 meters 5 meters 15 meters.
When vehicles are carrying dangerous materials: (1) (2) (3) Drivers are required to display red triangle-shaped flags in front of and behind their vehicles Drivers should treat the dangerous materials in the same way as they treat other items There is no applicable regulation.
If trucks are loaded with goods longer than the body of the vehicle, the goods may not extend beyond the length of the vehicle by more than: (1) (2) (3) 20% 25% 30%.
Drivers are required to comply with the speed limit shown on the signs. On roads without signs, drivers may not exceed 50 km per hour. If drivers are driving on a road without median separating the oncoming lanes or driving in a designated slow lane, their speed may not exceed: (1) (2) (3) 40 km 50 km 60 km per hour.
When passing through a railroad crossing, a driver is required to leave how many meters between their vehicle and the vehicle crossing the railroad tracks in front them? (1) (2) (3) 5 meters a suitable distance so that the vehicle behind them can pass over the tracks safely 15 meters.
Which of the following vehicles are required to have their license plate number painted on the rear end of their vehicle? (1) (2) (3) buses cars large and small trucks.
When approaching a railroad crossing sign, drivers are required to reduce the speed of the vehicle to (1) (2) (3) less than 15 km per hour less than 20 km per hour less than 30 km per hour.
When vehicles are moving on a road with two or more lanes, slower and smaller vehicles should use: (1) (2) (3) the inside lane the outside lane the slow lane.
When turning right at an intersection, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) either turn on their right turn signal or use their arm to signal change lanes go ahead and make the turn.
When vehicles are moving on a road with two or more lanes, the slower and smaller vehicles have to use: (1) (2) (3) the inside lane the outside lane either the inside or outside lane, but they cannot randomly change lanes.
If various goods are loaded onto a vehicle, the heavier goods are required to be placed: (1) (2) (3) in the rear area of vehicle in the front of the vehicle distributed evenly on the vehicle.
When transporting goods that are extra long, extra wide, extra tall, or extra heavy, drivers: (1)2) (3) are required to transport such goods during daylight hours ( have to acquire a temporary permit and hang warning flags in front of and behind their vehicle have to appoint someone to monitor both ends of the cargo.
Unless otherwise approved by the Motor Vehicle Registration Department, drivers: (1) (2) (3) may hitch a trailer to their vehicle may not hitch a trailer to their vehicle may hitch just one trailer.
Prior to driving, areas of the vehicle, such as the steering wheel and brakes: (1) (2) (3) should be thoroughly checked do not have to be checked doesn't matter.
Vehicle repair tools: (1) (2) (3) must be kept in the vehicle must not be kept in the vehicle must be kept in the garage.
Prior to pulling out, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) not turn on their turn signal tap their horn 3 times lightly turn on their turn signal.
Drivers: (1) (2)3) may drive 10 hours at one time may drive no longer than 8 hours at one time ( may drive as long as they feel OK.
To turn right, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) use their right turn signal use their left turn signal extend their right arm straight out the window to indicate a right turn.
When passing schools or hospitals, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) honk their horn constantly to alert students or patients may not honk their horn unless there is an emergency lightly tap their horn once.
Which of the following is correct regarding the use of horns? (1) (2) (3) Drivers may not honk their horn more than 3 times Drivers may not honk their horn more than 4 times Drivers may not honk their horn more than 5 times.
Which of the following is correct regarding the use of horns? (1). (2) (3) Each tap on the horn may not be longer than 2 seconds Each tap on the horn may not be longer than 1 second. Each tap on the horn may not be longer than half a second.
When driving on winding, sloping, or narrow roads, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) speed up in order to avoid creating a traffic jam honk their horn to force vehicles in front to hurry up slow down and get ready to stop anytime.
When driving on roads marked with a school sign or hospital sign, drivers are required to: (1)2) (3) slow down and get ready to stop anytime ( honk their horn often in order to alert nearby pedestrians speed up in order to avoid creating a traffic jam.
For vehicles traveling in the same lane, the rear vehicle is required to maintain a distance of: (1) (2) (3) more than 1 meter from the vehicle directly in front more than 5 meters from the vehicle directly in front a distance that allows the rear vehicle to stop safely at anytime.
With the exception of one-way roads and roads on which you are required to drive in the left-hand lane, drivers should: (1) (2) (3) 02 drive on the right side of the road drive on the left side of the road drive in the middle of road.
When driving on the left side of the road due to special circumstances, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) speed up slow down and watch for pedestrians and vehicles coming from the opposite direction honk their horn as often as possible to let vehicles coming from the opposite direction know they are there.
On steep narrow roads: (1) (2) (3) vehicles moving downhill must yield to vehicles moving uphill vehicles moving uphill must yield to vehicles moving downhill Neither must yield.
When vehicles are moving on a road with no median line, a railroad crossing, or a road with poor surface conditions, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) speed up slow down drive as usual.
On a busy urban road: (1) (2) (3) 02 drivers should give their horn two long taps before passing another vehicle drivers should give their horn two short taps before passing another vehicle drivers may not tap their horn or pass other vehicles.
Vehicles with temporary registration: (1) (2)3) may not be used as commercial or passenger vehicles may be used as commercial or passenger vehicles ( There is no applicable regulation.
When a driver hears the horn of a vehicle attempting to pass them, if there is nothing blocking the road in front: (1) (2) (3) they are required to slow down and move to the side of the road to yield it is not necessary to yield speed up.
Upon hearing the siren of a fire engine, ambulance, security vehicle or other rescue vehicles, drivers are: (1) (2) (3) required to yield immediately not required to yield required to stay in the same lane, but not yield.
If driving in the inside lane, before turning left at an intersection the driver should: (1) (2) (3) use their turn signal 30 meters before the intersection and proceed to the center of the intersection to turn left go ahead and turn left use their right turn signal and turn left.
When approaching a pedestrian crosswalk, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) slow down and yield to pedestrians either follow traffic signals or comply with the instructions of traffic control personnel honk their horn and speed up. .
If a railroad crossing gate has not been lowered or the crossing guard is not telling drivers to stop, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) watch and listen carefully to make certain there is no train coming from either direction before they cross the tracks speed up and cross the tracks quickly wait for the guard's instructions before crossing the tracks.
When going downhill, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3). turn off the engine in order to save fuel not turn off their engine for safety reasons not change gears.
On two-way roads with double lanes in both directions and a double yellow meridian line, drivers: (1)2) (3) may not drive in the oncoming traffic lane may drive in the oncoming traffic lane may drive in the oncoming traffic lane if there is no oncoming traffic.
When vehicles merge into the same lane, they must keep a distance of at least: (1) (2) (3) 2 meters 1 meter half a meter.
Prior to changing lanes, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) honk their horn use their turn signal either use their turn signal or use their arm to signal other drivers.
When driving on roads marked as winding or sloping, having a narrow bridge, tunnel, or a railroad crossing, drivers: (1) (2) (3) may make a U-turn must slow down to 5 km per hour before making a U-turn may not make a U-turn under any circumstances.
When driving through heavy fog, drivers are required to: (1) (2)3) turn on their turn signal lights use their brake lights ( turn on their headlights.
Prior to making a U-turn, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) stop temporarily, turn on their left turn signal or use their arm to signal and check for other vehicles or pedestrians not turn on any lights or give any arm signal, just honk their horn twice honk their horn 3 times.
When parking, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) park the vehicle on the right hand side of the road, facing the same direction as the flow of traffic; park the vehicle on the left hand side of the road; park the vehicle nearby and not worry about others as long as it is convenient.
Regarding retired/scrap vehicles: (1). (2) (3) The owner may not reapply for inspection and license plates The owner must make any necessary repairs to the vehicle first, and then get the vehicle inspected before reapplying for registration. There is no applicable regulation.
If a vehicle is damaged to the point that it is no longer drivable, the owner is required to: (1) (2) (3) report it to the Motor Vehicle Registration Department and turn in the license plates abandon the vehicle anywhere they like sell the vehicle to a used car dealer with the license plates.
If a driver is sentenced to prison for using their vehicle when committing a criminal act: (1) (2) (3) their driver's license will be suspended for 3-6 months their driver's license will be revoked and they will be prohibited from ever holding a driving license again their driver's license will be revoked and they will be prohibited from applying for a new driver's license for 1 year.
If an accident has caused severe damage to a vehicle, what is the owner legally required to do after the vehicle has been repaired? (1) (2) (3) have the vehicle inspected at regular intervals have a contingent inspection of the vehicle apply for vehicle registration and license plates.
If taxi drivers are charging for their services without registering as a business: (1(2) (3) ) their driver's license will be suspended their driver's license will be cancelled they will be fined.
Which of the following is a prerequisite for being a trailer truck driver? (1) (2) (3). possessing a regular automobile driver's license for more than 1 year possessing a large truck driver's license for more than 1 year either possessing a bus driver's license for more than 1 year or possessing a large truck driver's license for more than 2 years.
Those who possess a large truck driver's licenses may drive: (1) (2) (3) a small vehicle and light motorcycle, a bus, a trailer truck.
When children ride in a car, where are they required to be seated? (1)2) (3) the front seat ( the back seat either the front or back seat.
What is the maximum amount of time a vehicle owner can have their vehicle registration suspended for? (1) (2) (3) 1 year 1.5 years 2 years.
A vehicle loaded with dangerous materials is prohibited from parking within how many meters of a bridge, tunnel, or fire site? (1) (2) (3) 100 meters 200 meters 300 meters.
Temporary parking is prohibited within how many meters of an intersection or bus stop? (1) (2) (3) 10 meters 20 meters 30 meters.
What happens to those who use counterfeit, forged, or illegally obtained license plates: (1) (2) (3) they will be fined and their license will be revoked their vehicle registration will be suspended and their license plates will be confiscated they will be fined, their license will be revoked, their vehicle registration will be suspended, and their license plates will be confiscated.
A driver is required to attend traffic safety class when which of the following occurs? (1) (2) (3). the driver crosses a railroad crossing when a train is approaching the driver temporarily parks their vehicle within 10 meters of an intersection the driver changes lanes without maintaining a safe distance between other vehicles.
If a vehicle owner fails to install their license plates in the designated location: (1) (2) (3) the owner will be fined and their vehicle registration will be suspended the owner will be fined, their vehicle registration will be cancelled, and their license plates will be confiscated the owner will be fined, their license will be revoked, their vehicle registration will be cancelled, and their license plates will be confiscated.
Those who possess vehicle driver's license, but drive a heavy motorcycle will: (1) (2) (3) not be fined be fined be fined and prohibited from driving.
If either the driver, the front seat passengers, or the rear seat passengers of a small vehicle do not wear safety belts, they will be fined if the vehicle is traveling on which of the following roads: (1) (2) (3) a provincial road; an expressway or freeway; any road.
If a drunk driver's blood alcohol exceeds the stated limit, but is not punishable by criminal law, they will be: (1) (2) (3) sentenced according to the law; fined, the vehicle impounded and their driver's license suspended for one year; their driver's license will be revoked permanently.
Prior to charging for their services, taxi drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) acquire a professional driver's license and register their business acquire a regular driver's license and register their business acquire a professional drivers' license only.
If a driver exceeds the maximum speed limit of 60km per hour, they will be fined: (1)2) (3) 1,200 to 2,400 NTD ( 2,400 to 6,000 NTD 6,000 to~ 24,000 NTD.
Those drivers who accumulate more than 6 points for traffic violations within 6 months are required to attend traffic safety class and are subject to: (1) (2) (3) cancellation of their driver's license fines suspension of their driver's license.
Any driver who violates traffic laws more than 3 times within 3 months will subject to: (1) (2) (3) fines suspension of their vehicle registration cancellation of their vehicle registration and confiscation of their license plates.
If driver causes the death of person when drunk driving or because they hit a pedestrian on a crosswalk, what will happen to the driver? (1) (2) (3) any criminal penalty will be increased 50% they will not be punished their criminal penalty will be the same.
A traffic rule violator contesting a citation: (1) (2) (3) May raise any objections to the Administrative Litigation Panels of the Dist.Courts May protest to the Ministry of Transportation and Communications May send a petition to the Executive Yuan.
Which of the following vehicles are required by law to be equipped with a fire extinguisher? (1) (2) (3) cars motorcycles buses, large trucks, trailer tractors, and trailers hitched to cars.
Which of the following vehicles is required to have a safety guard to protect the underside of the carriage: (1) (2) (3) small trucks buses trailers and large trucks.
How often are registered cars, with the exception of cars fueled by liquefied petroleum gas or compressed natural gas, required to be inspected for safety? (1) (2) (3) No inspection is needed for the cars less than 5 years old. Cars between 5 years and 10 years old are required to be inspected at least 1 time per year. Cars more than 10 years old are required to be inspected at least twice per year. Cars more than 10 years old are required to be inspected at least 3 times per year. Cars less than 5 years old are required to be inspected at least twice per year.
If either the driver, the front-seat passengers, or the rear seat passengers of a small vehicle do not wear safety belts while traveling on roads other than freeways or expressways, drivers will be fined: (1) (2) (3) NT$500; NT$1,500; NT$3,000.
Drivers that use hand-held cell phones, computers, and other similar devices to call, talk, digitally communicate, or do other actions that might hinder driving safety while operating a moving vehicle will be fined: (1) (2) (3) 3,000 NTD 2,000 NTD 1,000 NTD.
If a driver's blood alcohol level exceeds the legal limit, the automobile will be impounded, their driver's license will be suspended for one year, and they will be fined between: (1) (2) (3) NT$50,000 ~90,000; NT$10,000 ~ 30,000; NT$6,000 ~ 12,000.
If a driver's driving license is suspended for drunk driving and the driver is again caught driving drunk more than twice within the next five years, the driver will be fined NT$90,000, the automobile will be impounded and: (1) (2); (3) the vehicle registration will be suspended; their driver's license will be revoked their driver's license will be suspended.
If a driver is caught drag racing, they will be fined NTD 30,000~90,000 and: (1) (2) (3) their driver's license will be suspended immediately their vehicle registration will be cancelled and their license plates will be confiscated immediately their driver's license will be revoked immediately.
Any driver who refuses to take an alcohol sobriety test will be fined NT$90,000 and: (1) (2) (3) their driver's license will be revoked; their driver's license will be suspended; their vehicle registration will be suspended. 02.
If a vehicle heavier than 8 tons is not equipped with a data recording system, the automobile owner will be subject to: (1) (2) (3) a fine suspension of their vehicle registration cancellation of their driver's license.
Any small-vehicle drivers caught driving with a suspended license will be fined NTD 6,000~12,000 in addition to having their: (1) (2) (3) vehicle registration suspended driver's license suspended for an additional period driver's license cancelled immediately.
Those drivers who fail to slow down or yield to any vehicle carrying children or school buses will be officially cited for a traffic violation and are subject to: (1)2) (3) 02 a fine ( cancellation of their driver's license suspension of their driver's license.
Drivers who park their vehicle in a parking space reserved for the disabled are subject to: (1) (2) (3) a fine suspension of their vehicle registration and temporary confiscation of their license plates a verbal warning.
Automobile owners who knowingly fail to prohibit another person from drunk driving will be fined and subject to: (1) (2)3) cancellation of their vehicle registration and confiscation of their license plates suspension of their driver's license ( suspension of their vehicle registration and temporary confiscation of their license plates.
Anyone who lends their license plates to others or uses another vehicle's license plates is subject to having: (1) (2) (3) their vehicle registration suspended and license plates temporarily confiscated their vehicle registration cancelled and license plates confiscated their automobile confiscated.
Drivers who fail to follow the traffic regulations when they are driving on freeways or expressways: (1) (2) (3) will be officially cited and receive traffic violation points, but will not be fined will be fined and receive traffic violation points will be fined.
Drivers found speeding are subject to: (1) (2) (3) being fined officially being cited for a traffic violation and receiving traffic violation points being fined and receiving traffic violation points.
What happens to people who drive through an intersection on a red light? (1) (2). (3) They will be fined NTD 3,600~5,400. Their driver's license will be suspended for 1 month They will be fined NTD 1,800~5,400 and officially cited for a traffic violation.
Drivers who pass other vehicles, make a U-turn, back up across, or park their automobile on a railroad crossing are subject to being: (1) (2) (3) fined fined and officially cited for a traffic violation fined and having their driver's license suspended.
If the goods loaded on a truck exceed the weight limit of a bridge, even if the truck is not over-loaded the truck owner will be fined and a 2-point traffic violation will be given to the: (1) (2) (3) the truck owner the consignor the driver.
Drivers who speed over a railroad crossing when the train warning signals are flashing are subject to: (1) (2) (3) being fined and receiving traffic violation points having their driver's license revoked being fined only.
If a driver receives traffic violation points and their driver's license has already been suspended twice within one year: (1) (2) (3) their driver's license will be suspended. their driver's license will be cancelled. they will be fined if they receive violation points again.
Drivers who violate the regulations regarding the transportation of dangerous materials are subject to a fine and: (1) (2) (3) traffic violation points having their vehicle registration suspended and license plates temporarily confiscated having their driver's license suspended.
If a driver receives traffic violation points and a fine for breaking a traffic regulation, in the future they are required to: (1) (2) (3) drive as usual drive carefully and not to break any more rules, never drive again.
The driver of any vehicles loaded with dangerous materials is required to possess: (1) (2) (3) the driver's license required for the type of vehicle they are driving and any related certificates to demonstrate that they have passed the required professional training nothing other than a professional driver's license nothing other than a driver's license for a trailer truck.
What happens if a vehicle owner refuses to remove their abandoned vehicle from a roadside by the deadline specified by the relevant authorities? (1) (2). (3) The Environmental Protection Authority may impound the vehicle and charge the owner a fee. Nothing The abandoned vehicle will be disposed of as waste.
The Environmental Protection Authority either removes abandoned vehicles themselves or contracts a private company to do it. Following (1) (2) (3) 1 month 2 months 3 months after a public announcement concerning the abandoned vehicle, the vehicle will be junked if no one claims it within this period.
If drivers speed illegally on two different stretches of road separated by: (1) (2) (3) 14 km or more 8 km or more 6 km or more, they may be cited and fined multiple times. If they speed more than once in a tunnel, however, they will be cited multiple times without any consideration to the distance.
Vehicle owners or drivers are required to pay any tickets or penalties for traffic violations within (1) (2) (3). 10 days 15 days 20 days to the designated authority.
If a car or a truck cab has more than the permitted number of people in the front seat, the driver will be subject to: (1) (2) (3) suspension of their driver's license a fine a fine and suspension of their driver's license.
If a driver causes an accident in which no one was injured or killed and their vehicle is still drivable, but they don't remove it from the scene, thus obstructing traffic, the driver is subject to: (1) (2) (3) having their vehicle impounded being fined having their vehicle registration suspended and license plates temporarily confiscated.
What happens if a driver causes an accident and flees the scene of the accident without making a report or submitting the required information after notification by the authorities? (1) (2) (3) Their license vehicle registration will be cancelled and license plates confiscated. Their vehicle registration will be suspended and license plates temporarily confiscated. The vehicle owner's driver's license will be suspended.
Causing injury or death to another person while driving drunk or without a license will be subject to additional criminal penalties of: (1) (2) (3) 30% 50% a double term of imprisonment.
Drivers who cause either injury or death as the result of pedestrians jaywalking or slower vehicles cutting into the fast lane will: (1) (2) (3) be liable for the same criminal consequences as other drivers be eligible for a reduced prison term be subject to a regular imprisonment term plus additional time.
If violators want to contest a traffic citation, they should file a lawsuit with the Administrative Litigation Panels of District Courts, and the agency which made the administrative action will be the defendant. However, if they want to drop this lawsuit, the duration will be: (1)2) (3) within 10 days after receiving the citation; ( within 20 days after receiving the citation; within 30 days after receiving the citation.
Drivers who run a red light will be fined and given how many traffic violation points? (1) (2) (3) 1 point 2 points 3 points.
Vehicle owners can be cited for which of the following? (1) (2) (3). driving without a driver's license driving drunk illegally parking their car and leaving it unattended.
Self-assembled vehicles operating without permitted registration and license plates, or vehicles reported to be retired/scrapped but still in operation: (1) (2) (3) will be confiscated and the owner fined will be confiscated and auctioned off can be picked up by the owner after the fine is paid.
Those who drive a large truck, bus, or trailer truck without a driver's license will be cited, fined and: (1) (2) (3) their vehicle registration will be cancelled and license plates confiscated immediately prohibited from driving their vehicle will be confiscated.
If a driver's blood alcohol level is found to exceed the legal limit, they will be fined, their vehicle will be immediately impounded, and their driver's license will be suspended for: (1) (2) (3) 3 months 6 months 1 year.
If either the driver, the front-seat passengers, or the rear seat passengers of a small vehicle do not wear safety belts while operating a motor vehicle traveling on the freeway or expressway, the driver will be fined: (1) (2) (3) NT$1,000~2,000; NT$1,500~3,000; NT$3,000 to 6,000.
If vehicle owners install equipment which increase the amount of noise their vehicle makes, they will be fined and: (1) (2) (3) their vehicle will be confiscated the equipment will be confiscated their vehicle registration will be cancelled and license plates confiscated.
Drivers who recklessly change lanes will: (1) (2) (3) be fined be required to attend traffic safety class be fined, their vehicle registration suspended for 3 months, license plates temporarily confiscated, and required to attend traffic safety class.
If a driver ticketed for parking illegally fails to move their vehicle, they will be ticketed again every: (1) (2) (3) hour 2 hours half an hour.
If a vehicle is traveling over the speed limit, the driver will be ticketed in accordance with which of the following regulations: (1) (2) (3) fined for every four minutes they speed, or for every intersection they speed through; fined for every five minutes they speed, or for every intersection they speed through; fined for every 6 km they speed, or for every six minutes they speed, or for every intersection they speed through. Penalties for speeding in a tunnel will not apply to the above.
Those who double-park their vehicle in the street will be fined: (1), (2) (3) 600 to 1,200 NTD 900 to 1,800 NTD, 1,200 to 2,400 NTD.
Drivers who fail to attend a required traffic safety class without an acceptable reason will be fined NTD 1,800. If they are notified once again to attend the class and still fail to attend for more than 6 months, they are subject to: (1) (2) (3) suspension of their vehicle registration cancellation of their driver's license suspension of their driver's license.
If a driver's blood alcohol level is found to exceed the legal limit, their vehicle will be impounded on the spot and they: (1) (2) (3) will not have to pay a fine if they agree to have their license suspended are not eligible for any exemption from paying a fine There is no applicable regulation.
Are vehicle owners required to pay any outstanding fines before they either register their motor vehicle, or change their motor vehicle registration? (1). (2) (3) Yes, they are No, they are not. There is no applicable regulation.
Under which of the following circumstances are drivers required to attend traffic safety class? (1) (2) (3) For a parking violation They forget to carry their driver's license with them Reckless driving.
In a tunnel, are drivers allowed to park their vehicle temporarily, pass other vehicles, or drive in reverse? (1) (2) (3) Yes No There is no applicable regulation.
When drivers are traveling on either a freeway or expressway interchange, they: (1)2) (3) may park their vehicle anywhere they wish ( are required to comply with the traffic signals and police instructions may park their vehicle temporarily if traffic conditions allow them to do so.
Drivers: (1) (2) (3) may make a U-turn may not make a U-turn may make a U-turn in any available area when they are driving on either a freeway or expressway.
What is the speed limit on freeway and expressway ramps? (1) (2) (3) 20 km/hr 30 km/hr whatever is written on the speed limit signs.
Cars moving at a speed less than: (1) (2) 70 km/hr (3) 60 km/hr 70 km/hr 80 km/hr are required to drive in the outside lane when they are traveling on a freeway with a maximum speed limit of 90 km/hr.
Cars traveling in the same lane on a freeway or expressway at a speed of 70 km/hr must maintain a distance of at least: (1) (2)3) 15 meters 25 meters ( 35 meters from the vehicle in front of them.
Vehicles traveling on freeways or expressways: (1) (2) (3) may stop anytime to pick up and drop passengers or to load and unload goods may drop off passengers and unload goods, but may not pick up passengers nor load goods may not stop to pick up or drop off passengers, nor load or unload goods, except in designated areas.
Vehicles loaded with dangerous goods may drive in: (1) (2) (3) the inside lane the outside lane either the inside or outside lane, but are prohibited from changing lanes when they are driving on either the freeway or expressway.
Large vehicles may use: (1) (2) (3) the inside lane the outside lane whatever lane they like when they are traveling on either the freeway or expressway.
Which of the following agencies handle accidents that take place on freeways or expressways? (1) (2) (3) The National Highway Police Bureau, Ministry of the Interior city and county police authorities The Traffic Division of the National Police Administration, Ministry of the Interior.
If a vehicle suddenly ceases to function normally on a freeway or expressway and is unable to maintain a speed of at least 60 km per hour: (1) (2) (3) the driver is required to exit the freeway or expressway via the nearest interchange the driver is required to stop and repair their vehicle immediately the driver is required to continue driving their vehicle.
When driving on either a freeway or an expressway, the driver: (1) (2) (3) may not pass on the shoulder of the road may pass on the shoulder of the road may use merge lane to pass other cars.
Which of the following is the maximum speed limit on freeways or expressways under normal weather conditions? (1) (2) (3) 120km per hour 110km per hour Depends on the speed limit indicated.
If poor visibility occurs on freeways or expressways due to heavy fog, heavy smoke, heavy rain, or gusty winds, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) maintain a speed of 60km per hour or faster reduce their speed to less than 40km per hour, or temporarily stop on the side of the road with their emergency warning lights on until visibility improves continue to drive at normal speed.
When driving on a one-way acceleration/deceleration lane of an access ramp, drivers: (1) (2) (3) may pass other vehicles may not pass other vehicles may stop their vehicles temporarily.
When encountering a mechanical problem with their vehicle while on a freeway or expressway, drivers must: (1) (2) (3) pull their vehicle over to the side of the road to wait for emergency assistance. stop immediately and ask their passengers to get out and seek help. call and ask a friend to tow their vehicle.
On freeways or expressways, drivers: (1) (2) (3) may not drag race side by side and may not drive side by side in low speed may drag race side by side, but may not drive side by side in low speed may not drag race side by side, but may drive side by side in low speed.
Opposing traffic lanes on freeways and expressways are: (1) (2) (3) divided by road markings by barriers by traffic signals.
f the driver in the next lane signals that they are going to change lanes, a driver is required to: (1) (2); (3) speed up to prevent the other car from passing; reduce speed accordingly and yield drive side by side with the vehicle and compete for the lane.
When vehicles are moving at high speeds, which of the following is true regarding a driver's vision: (1) (2) (3) It cannot be perfectly adjusted to the situation. Visual ability will decrease as speed increases. Visual ability will increase as speed increases.
When driving in heavy fog, heavy smoke, heavy rain, or gusty winds, drivers are required to reduce their speed and: (1) (2) (3) shorten the distance between themselves and the car in front of them increase the distance between themselves and the car in front of them no applicable regulations.
Drivers: (1) (2). (3) may not pass other vehicles under any circumstances. may change lanes and pass other vehicles as long as they drive within the designated speed limits may not pass other vehicles except in designated areas of the freeway or expressway.
If a driver misses the off ramp on a freeway or expressway, they: (1) (2) (3) may make a U-turn to go back to the ramp must keep going until they reach the next off ramp may drive in reverse back to the off ramp they just passed.
The plum-blossom sign is: (1) (2) (3) a roadside decoration the marker of an important highway the symbol for a national freeway.
The inside lane of a freeway or expressway is provided for vehicle passing. Nevertheless, small vehicles: (1) (2) (3) may drive slowly in the lane may not drive in the lane may drive in the lane at the declared maximum speed limit.
Except when passing on freeways or expressways, large vehicles are required to use: (1) (2)3) the outside lane the inside lane ( any lane that is convenient for them.
When changing lanes, in addition to using the turn signal, which of the following is the most important for drivers to do? (1) (2) (3) Quickly cut into whatever lane is available. Maintain a safe driving distance between their vehicle and the vehicle in front of them. Maintain a safe driving distance between their vehicle and the vehicles both in front and in back of them.
Drivers (1) (2) (3) may speed if they are late. may ignore traffic rules if they are in a hurry. are required to abide by the traffic rules even if they are in a hurry.
What is defensive driving? (1) (2) (3) Taking precautionary action to prevent accidents. Having outstanding driving skills. Having good habits in your daily life.
Prior to merging into the main traffic lane of a freeway or expressway, drivers: (1) (2) (3) are required to decelerate on the acceleration ramp and verify it is safe before they merge into the main lane of traffic. Turn on their left turn signal and go ahead and merge into the main lane of traffic. accelerate on the acceleration ramp and verify it's safe before merging into the main lane of traffic.
When pulling off the main traffic lane of a freeway or expressway, drivers: (1) (2) (3) may do so whenever. must slowly edge over to the right as they reduce speed. can immediately pull over after turning on their right turn signal.
When driving through an urban area at night and there is oncoming traffic or cars within 100 meters in front of you, you are required to: (1) (2) (3) wear colored glasses. switch to your high-beam headlights. use your low-beam headlights for safety.
When driving in a flooded area, drivers are required to: (1) (2)3) reduce their speed pass through quickly. ( use their brakes as much as possible.
If vehicles approaching from the opposite direction have bright headlights or high beams on, the driver should: (1) (2) (3) retaliate by using high-beam headlights; drive on the center line; stay on the right side, reduce speed, and be aware of the surroundings.
If your vehicle is skidding, you should: (1) (2) (3) steer in the opposite direction of the skid. hit your brakes immediately. steer slowly in the direction of the skid.
If a vehicle causes an accident, the drivers of both vehicles are required to: (1) (2) (3) stay at the site of the accident and call the police immediately. leave the site of the accident if they don't think they are at fault. argue with the other driver in order to avoid any responsibility for the accident.
Drivers who disagree with the decision of the regional assessment committee regarding accident liability: (1)2) (3) have to obey to the decision without objection ( may request a review by authorities. may file a complaint with the judicial authority.
As driving speed increase, the driver's field of vision: (1)2) (3) remains unchanged. ( becomes narrower. becomes wider.
Speeding is one of the main causes of road accidents. Road accidents can be prevented by: (1) (2) (3) managing one's time, and starting travel at the appropriate time, so the driver does not have to rush and go over the speed limit; decreasing the engine's fuel intake speed; installing bigger, better brakes on the vehicle.
Which of the following is incorrect for vehicles that are turning left at the intersection? (1) (2) (3) Turn left after the left turn arrow turns green. Turn left only after all vehicles proceeding straight have passed through the intersection. Turn left as soon as the light turns green.
Which of the following is the main cause of traffic congestion and accidents? (1) (2) (3) Neither drivers nor pedestrians abide by the traffic rules. There are too many vehicles on the road. Roads are not wide enough to accommodate all traffic.
Accidents happen when people either disobey or ignore traffic rules. Which of the following is the most important task in connection with upgrading traffic safety? (1) (2) (3) Helping drivers learn to drive better through traffic rule training programs. Helping drivers improve their driving skills. Helping drivers learn how to better maintain their vehicles.
At an intersection with multiple lanes, drivers: (1) (2) (3) may not change lanes if there are marked by double solid white lines. may change lanes even if they are demarked by double solid white lines, if it makes turning right or left easier. may either pick up or drop off passengers in areas demarked by double solid white lines.
If the distance illuminated by the headlights suddenly grows longer, it's probably because the vehicle is moving downhill. Therefore, the driver is required to: (1) (2) (3) slow down. speed up. turn off their headlights for safety reasons.
If the light from headlights suddenly disappears at night, it's probably because there is a big gap in the road or bridge, or the road surface has collapsed. Therefore, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) get out of their vehicle and check out the situation before they drive onward. disregard it and continue to drive as usual. turn off their headlights to reduce any reflection and improve visibility of the surrounding terrain.
When driving through areas of high winds, if the driver feels the vehicle is shaking, the driver should: (1) (2) (3) keep their hands on the steering wheel, slow down, increase the distance between themselves and the vehicle in front, and stay in the same lane. speed up to pass through the area more quickly. disregard the wind because it won't affect safety.
Accidents often happen while making a turn because drivers: (1) (2) (3) ignore their blind spots. ignore the difference in the location of the front and back of their vehicle. ignore both their blind spots and the difference in the location of the front and back of their vehicle.
Pre-driving maintenance and regular checkups are particularly important for vehicles driven on freeways or expressways. Therefore, (1) (2) (3) just making sure you have enough gas or petrol is sufficient. just making sure you have enough gas or petrol and battery power is sufficient. you must be sure that your car has enough fuel, water, and battery power.
Drunk-driving causes drivers to have tunnel vision which gives drivers the impression that they are driving in a tunnel in which the area directly in front of them is brightly lit, but the areas on the periphery are dark. Therefore, a drunk driver's field of vision: (1) (2). (3) does not change at all. becomes wider becomes narrower.
When a larger vehicle passes a smaller vehicle, a powerful vacuum effect will cause the smaller vehicle to be sucked towards the larger vehicle. Therefore, drivers are required to: (1) (2) (3) keep both hands on their steering wheel. relax their grip on their steering wheel. not worry if their vehicle is driving side-by-side with a larger vehicle.
Prior to driving on freeways and expressways, drivers should listen to the radio and find out traffic conditions by dialing: (1). (2). (3). 104 117 1968.
When driving on an expressway or freeway, (1) (2) (3) only large vehicles may NOT use the inner lane. only slow vehicles may NOT use the inner lane. both large vehicles and slow vehicles may NOT use the inner lane.
You are driving on a road with two lanes. A motorcycle is driving in the same lane in front of you. You should: (1) (2) (3) honk your horn to force the motorcycle to return to the slow lane. drive side by side with the motorcycle and then pass it. either follow the motorcycle or pass it using the inside fast lane.
When drivers are about to merge onto either a freeway or expressway or into the fast lane, they are required to: (1) (2) (3) accelerate in the right lane, turn on their left turn signal, and check to see if there is any vehicle approaching from rear left before they merge. turn on their turn signal and go ahead and merge. go ahead merge.
To pass the blood alcohol level test, the breathalyzer test must show that a driver'sblood alcohol level does not exceed: (1) (2) (3) 0.15 milligrams. 0.25 milligrams. 0.55 milligrams.
If an accident victim is in shock, their face will become: (1). (2) (3). pale light gray. flushed.
If an accident victim is bleeding and the blood is scarlet red and spurting out, it means the bleeding is: (1) (2) (3) venous bleeding. from a superficial surface wound. arterial bleeding.
If a car crash causes fire and consequently reduces the amount of oxygen in the air, or if there is something blocking the airway passage of a victim, which of the following will occur? (1) (2) (3) shock suffocation vomiting.
If a broken bone pierces a victim's skin and is causing massive bleeding, what should you to do? (1) (2) (3) Attempt to push the bone back into position. Apply pressure to stop the bleeding. Send the victim to a hospital for treatment.
Which of the following speeds is the most fuel efficient speed for cars traveling on an expressway or freeway? (1) (2) (3) 80 to 90 km per hour. 50 to 60 km per hour. 110 to 120 km per hour.
Which of the following gases discharged by vehicles and motorcycles causes global warming? (1) (2) (3) carbon monoxide. carbon dioxide. nitrogen.
If a car carries an infant without property strapping them in an infant car seat, the driver is subject to: (1) (2) (3) suspension of their driver's license. cancellation of their driver's license. a fine.
If driver leaves a child younger than 6 years old, or a child that requires special care alone in a vehicle, the driver is subject to: (1) (2) (3) a fine a fine and 4-hour traffic safety lecture a fine and traffic violation points.
A driver will be cited if they are caught by electronic monitoring equipment doing which of the following? (1) (2) (3) Driving on the shoulder of a road. Failing to maintain a safe driving distance. Both statements are true.
What is the penalty for driving a vehicle without license plates after already having been cited at least once? (1) (2)3) There's no penalty, but the driver's license will be suspended. The vehicle owner will be fined and their driver's license will be revoked. ( The driver will be fined.
If a child younger than (1) (2) (3) 4 years old 5 years old 6 years old, or a child requiring special care is left alone in a vehicle, the driver will be fined NTD 3,000 and be required to attend a 4-hour traffic safety class.
If a driver exceeds the maximum posted speed by (1)2) (3) 40 km per hour ( 50 km per hour 60 km per hour, the driver will be fined NTD6,000 to 24,000 and have their license confiscated on the spot.
Which of the following is true when driving on road with a safety island that separates the fast and slow lanes? (1) (2) (3) Right turns are allowed. Right turns are not allowed. There is no applicable rule.
If a bus driver is found to be driving on a suspended license while intoxicated, their driver's license will be cancelled for at least (1) (2) (3) 2 years. 3 years. 4 years.
If a driver has had his license cancelled because he caused an accident that resulted in death, he won't eligible for a driver's license for: (1) (2) (3) eight years; 10 years; 12 years from the date of the cancellation.
Large vehicles traveling on a road with more than three lanes, unless they intend to turn left, are prohibited from using: (1); (2) (3) the inner lane the middle lane; the outside lane.
If a motorcycle over 550 cc displacement breaks down on an expressway, the driver is required to turn off the driving lane, turn on the emergency lights, move the motorcycle off the road, and place a warning sign: (1) (2) (3) 50 meters behind the vehicle; 100 meters behind the vehicle; 200 meters behind the vehicle.
Why does a safe driving distance help prevent accidents? (1) (2) (3) Because it increases friction on the tires. Because it increases the time and distance available to react to road conditions. Because it increases the amount of traction tires have.
The minimum safe driving distance should be: (1) (2) (3) larger than smaller than equal to the space required to stop the vehicle.
If vehicles carrying cargo and traveling at a high speed have placed the heaviest cargo on the bottom, (1). (2) (3) stability improves stability decreases. stability remains unchanged.
The longer the wheelbase, the larger the distance between the inside and outside wheels. When turning, vehicles with a larger wheelbase thus require the road width to be (1) (2) (3) narrower wider the same.
After driving on a flooded road, the driver should: (1) (2) (3) turn on the lights; keep their foot on the clutch; test the brakes.
Which of the following is correct? (1) (2) (3) If dashboard warning light comes on when driving, the driver should disregard it. If the engine starts emitting smoke, the driver should continue driving. If the brakes aren't working properly, the driver should calmly pullover and stop in the first available spot.
If a driver causes an accident, but no one is killed or injured, and the vehicle is still drivable, which of the following are they required to do? (1) (2) (3) Wait for the police to arrive; Mark the position of the vehicle on the road and then pull off to the roadside; Notify their insurance company.
After marking the position of any relevant evidence on the ground in an accident, the vehicles involved must be pulled over to the roadside immediately if: (1) (2) (3) it is a minor accident and no one has been killed or injured; someone has been severely injured; someone has been killed.
If an accident takes place on a road with a speed limit over 50 km per hour, how many meters behind the vehicle are the drivers required to place a vehicle breakdown warning sign? (1) (2) (3) 50~100 meters. 30~100 meters. 5~30 meters.
Which of the following is correct concerning who has the right of way? (1) (2) (3) Vehicles going straight are required to yield to the vehicles making turns. The vehicle that enters an intersection first has the right of way. Vehicles making turns are required to yield to vehicles going straight.
The persons or parties involved in an accident are required to find: (1) (2) (3) relatives and friends to vouch for them; eyewitnesses to support them; legal council to determine the facts of the case.
Within what period of time may a person involved in an accident request an official report verifying liability for the accident? (1) (2) (3) 1 month 3 months 6 months.
In a gas station: (1) (2) (3) drivers are required to turn off the engine before refueling; it does not matter whether the engine is turned off or not before refueling; a driver does not have to turn off the engine during refueling if they want to keep the air conditioner on.
When refueling a vehicle in a gasoline station: (1) (2) (3) drivers may make calls and answer their cell phone; drivers may answer their cell phone, but may not make calls; drivers are strictly prohibited from either making calls or answering their cell phone.
Drivers with a green light at an intersection: (1) (2) (3) have the right of way, so they should speed up and pass through the intersection quickly; are required to come to a complete stop before proceeding through the intersection; are required to slow down and pass through the intersection cautiously.
If there are yellow flashing lights at an intersection, drivers should (1) (2) (3) come to a complete stop and look both ways before proceeding cautiously through the intersection. proceed through the intersection quickly without first coming to a complete stop. look both ways and then proceed through the intersection cautiously.
At an intersection with no traffic sign, what should drivers do to ensure safety? (1) (2) (3) Look first right and then left before proceeding through the intersection. Look first left and then right before proceeding through the intersection. It doesn't matter which direction they look first.
When driving on a road, drivers should: (1) (2) (3) keep their eyes forward while watching for traffic on both the left and the right; look around and eat; chat and have fun with any passengers in the vehicle.
Drivers should always pay attention to (1) (2) (3) the stores along the road. traffic signals, traffic signs, and other vehicles ahead. the scenery.
When driving at night which is the most difficult to see? (1) (2) (3) Moving pedestrians. Pedestrians and objects that are motionless. Moving vehicles.
What are vehicles approaching from the opposite direction but turning either left or right onto the same road required to do if the road has more than two lanes? (1) (2) (3) The vehicle turning left is required to turn into the outside lane. The vehicle turning right is required to turn into the inside lane. The vehicle turning left is required to turn into the inside lane. The vehicle turning right is required to turn into the outside lane. The drivers can turn into whichever lane they like.
Centrifugal force is produced as a vehicle turns. Therefore: (1) (2) (3) drivers are required to slow down before they turn to maintain control of the vehicle; drivers are required to slow down as they turn to maintain control of the vehicle; both statements are true.
The faster a vehicle moves along a curve: (1) (2) (3) the greater the centrifugal force; the lesser the centrifugal force; the centrifugal force produced by the vehicle remains unchanged.
Two-stage opening means: (1) (2) (3) opening the door in two stages without first verifying that there are any vehicles or pedestrians approaching from either the front or rear; first opening the door slightly, and then completely opening the door after it has been determined that no vehicles or pedestrians are approaching from either the front or rear; both statements are true.
When driving uphill, drivers should shift into second gear. When driving downhill, which gear should drivers use? (1). (2). (3). Fourth Third Second.
When driving down a long slope, what is the best way to control speed? (1) (2) (3) Use the foot brake; Use the hand brake; Shift into to a lower gear and using the engine to slow the vehicle down.
Drivers should shift into low gear when driving downhill. What is the best time to shift into a lower gear? (1)2) (3) Before the vehicle starts moving downhill. ( As the vehicle is picking up speed moving downhill. Both statements are true.
If a driver slams on their brakes and the brakes lock, the braking distance will (1). (2). (3) decrease increase remain unchanged.
If a driver slams on the brakes during an emergency and the brakes lock, and the driver turns the steering wheel to the right, the vehicle will: (1) (2) (3) move to the right; move to the left; go out of control.
Which of the following should be the top priority when driving? (1) (2) (3) Driving as slow as possible. Keeping a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you. Closely following the vehicle in front to ensure that nothing goes wrong.
If drivers encounter an accident on the road and the police have already arrived, they must: (1) (2) (3) shout out; stop the vehicle and watch; leave the scene of the accident immediately.
Which of the following statements is correct? (1) (2) (3) The driver, the front-seat passengers, and the rear seat passengers of a small vehicle are required to wear safety belts; The driver must use the turn signal after starting the car; By law, children must be seated in the front.
Which of the following is incorrect regarding pre-driving safety? (1) (2) (3) The driver, the front-seat passengers, and the rear seat passengers of a small vehicle are required to wear safety belts; By law, children must be seated in the front; The driver must use the turn signal before starting the car.
Drivers are required to look both right and left before making a turn or changing lanes because: (1) (2) (3) they have to check for vehicles coming from the front; they have to check areas of the road not visible in the rear view mirror; they have to look past any glare on the windshield.
Drivers should do a normal maintenance check to ensure the car is functioning properly: (1) (2) (3) every time before they drive; once a week; since the vehicle is checked regularly at a garage, other maintenance checks are not necessary.
Vehicles have to be checked before being driven every time, (1) (2) (3) as well as undergoing regular maintenance. so no other maintenance is required. Neither statement is true.
Which of the following doesn't have to be checked before driving? (1) (2) (3) The fuel level. The mileage. The tire pressure.
Engine oil should be checked regularly (1) (2) (3) and replaced regularly. but does not need to be replaced regularly. and replaced depending on the brand of oil.
When checking the oil, drivers are required to (1) (2) (3) have their vehicle parked on a flat area. have their engine turned off. Both statements are true.
Where is oil poured into the engine? (1) (2) (3) Where the dip stick is located. The oil hole on the engine. The radiator.
What is true about changing the oil filter? (1) (2) (3) The type of oil filter depends on the brand of oil being used. It's not necessary to change the filter. Drivers are required to change the oil filter in accordance with the requirements stated in the user's manual.
To add more fluid to the brakes, (1) (2) (3) drivers have to use the exact same brake fluid that was previously used. drivers may use whatever brake fluid they prefer. drivers may use engine oil as a brake fluid if there is no brake fluid available.
If the battery is getting low on water, drivers should pour (1) (2) (3) sulfuric acid into the battery. distilled water into the battery. regular tap water into the battery.
When drivers are checking the fluid level in the battery, they must check: (1) (2) (3) just one place; two places; check all the places where fluids are added.
Which of the following should not be used if checking the battery fluid at night? (1) (2) (3) A flashlight. A lighter. A light powered by the vehicle.
Which of the following prevents corrosion of the battery terminal and enhances electricity conduction? (1). (2). (3). Paint Grease Asphalt.
When using one vehicle's battery to jump start the battery of another vehicle, what is true about the jumper cables? (1) (2) (3) The thinner the cables, the better. The thicker the cables, the better. A normal copper wire with good electrical conductivity is adequate to do the job safely.
The engine starter is powered by (1) (2) (3) the alternator. the battery. both the alternator and battery.
Vehicles with a lot of electrical devices installed (1) (2) (3) have the potential to generate more horse power. can potentially catch fire easier. has no effect on engine performance.
The anti-rust agent in the radiator water (1) (2) (3) has to be changed regularly. has to be changed when the radiator water is changed. never needs to be changed.
Residue that builds up over time in the cooling system (1) (2) (3) causes poor cooling water circulation. lowers the engine temperature. prevents water from leaking out of the engine.
If the engine overheats, the driver should (1) (2) (3) continue to drive their vehicle at the same speed. pull over and stop as soon as they can do so safely. slow down and continue to drive their vehicle.
A dirty air filter will cause a vehicle to (1) (2) (3) consume excessive fuel. lose power. Both statements are true.
If spark plugs are malfunctioning, which of the following is likely to happen? (1) (2) (3) Acceleration will be more difficult and fuel consumption higher. Starting the vehicle will be difficult, if not impossible. Both statements are true.
If an engine temperature indicator points to H, it means that the temperature is (1). (2) (3) normal too high. too low.
If the steering wheel is loose, (1) (2) (3) the driver will have difficulty turning the vehicle. the driver will have difficulty controlling the vehicle. it will not affect the driver's ability to either make turns or control the vehicle.
Which of the following is the most important advantage of power steering? (1) (2) (3) Power steering allows drivers to change their speed more easily. Power steering allows drivers to make wider turns. Power steering helps drivers turn their vehicle more easily.
When parking an automatic shift vehicle, to prevent the vehicle from rolling, the driver should engage the hand brake and shift the vehicle into (1). (2). (3). drive reverse park.
In addition to disengaging the hand brake and putting the transmission in neutral, what else must be done when towing an automatic front-wheel drive vehicle to avoid damaging the transmission? (1) (2) (3) Lift the front wheels, keeping the rear wheels on the ground, and tow the vehicle by pulling from the front. Lift the rear wheels, keeping the front wheels on the ground, and tow the vehicles by pulling from the rear. All 4 wheels should remain on the ground and the vehicle should be pulled from the rear.
When switching gears from drive to reverse or from reverse to drive, (1). (2) (3) it is not necessary for the driver to wait for the vehicle to come to a complete stop first the driver must wait for the vehicle to come to a complete stop first. it doesn't matter if the vehicle has come to a complete stop or not before the driver switches gears.
When should tire pressure be checked? (1). (2) (3) Anytime When the temperature of the tires is higher after driving the vehicle. Before driving, when the tires are still at room temperature.
Insufficient tire pressure is likely to cause (1) (2) (3) both the inner and outer side of the tire to wear down more quickly. the middle of the tire to wear down more quickly. the steering to become lose.
Vehicles have both a rearview mirror and an interior mirror (1) (2) (3) to help drivers expand their range of vision and keep abreast of the traffic behind their vehicle. to make it easier for the driver to put on cosmetics. for decorative purposes.
Which of the following is the normal color of the exhaust discharged by a petrol or gasoline engine? (1). (2) (3) Black Blue and white. It's colorless.
If a petrol engine discharges black exhaust, it means. the petrol is being completely combusted. the petrol is not being completely combusted. The oil is being combusted.
Before starting an automatic shift vehicle, the driver must first shift the transmission into (1). (2). (3). D R P.
Prior to shifting from park into reverse or drive, the driver should (1) (2) (3) push the accelerator pedal. push the brake pedal. just go ahead and shift.
Many vehicles have a cigarette lighter installed in the dashboard which requires a simple touch of a button to operate. Drivers (1) (2) (3) are required to concentrate on driving and may not use the cigarette lighter when operating the vehicle. may use the cigarette lighter if they feel they can do so safely. should use the cigarette lighter because smoking while driving will keep them awake and more alert.
Which of the following is the most appropriate time to adjust the seat? (1) (2) (3) Before driving. During driving. After driving.
Which of the following is the ideal height for the driver's seat headrest? (1) (2)3) Above the driver's head. Below the driver's shoulders ( The same height as the driver's ears.
Back doors have a safety lock to protect children from injuries caused by carelessly opening the doors. Therefore, if the safety lock is engaged, (1) (2) (3) the back doors can be opened only from inside the vehicle. the back doors can be opened only from outside the vehicle. the back doors cannot be opened from either inside or outside the vehicle.
Insufficient tire pressure is likely to cause (1) (2) (3) better fuel efficiency. steering to become easier. the steering wheel to become stiff requiring more effort to steer and a loss of fuel efficiency.
Unequal tire pressure is likely to cause (1) (2) (3). the engine to knock. the car to automatically pull in one direction. nothing.
Which of the following is the most fragile part of the tire? (1) (2) (3) The treads. The outer side. The lip around the opening in the center of the tire.
The treads down the center of a tire may wear down quickly if (1)(2) (3) the tire pressure is too high. the tire pressure is too low. the vehicle load is too heavy.
If tire treads are worn down flat, (1)2) (3) it's not dangerous to drive. ( steering and braking distances are likely to be affected. the ride will feel more comfortable to passengers.
If brakes are used repeatedly, the brake temperature rises and braking performance: (1). (2). (3) improves decreases remains unchanged.
If a vehicle travels downhill for a long period and the brakes are continuously applied, the brake fluid temperature usually (1). (2) (3) rises remains unchanged drops.
If drivers smell a burning odor when a vehicle is traveling down a long slope, it's probably because (1) (2) (3) the car is overheating. the clutch is slipping. the brake is being used excessively.
If the front of the vehicle pulls to the left or the right when the brakes are applied, it's probably because (1) (2) (3) there is too much brake fluid. one of the two front brakes is not working normally. there is air in the brake lines.
If the brakes are soft and not fully functioning when step on, it is possibly because (1) (2) (3) the brake fluid lines are blocked. the brake pads have been contaminated with oil. there is air in the brake lines.
If your foot is on the brake while starting the car and you find the position of the brake pedal falls by about 1 inch, (1) (2) (3) this is normal. the brake fluid is leaking. the brakes need to be replaced.
The roads on which student drivers are allowed to drive are approved by (1) (2) (3) the Motor Vehicle Registration Department. the local police authority. the Ministry of Education.
Which of the following is the most appropriate driving route for student drivers? (1) (2) (3) Any road approved by the police authority. Any road that has a flat surface. Freeways or expressways.
If a student driver is not accompanied by a person with a driver's license when they are practicing driving, (1) (2) (3) they will be fined. Their vehicle will be impounded. Their student driver's license will be revoked.
Student drivers are required to carry both their vehicle registration and (1) (2) (3) their student ID. their student driver's license. their ID card.
What happens if a student driver practices driving on an unapproved road or after the time permitted on an approved road, but they are carrying their student driver's license with them? (1) (2) (3) It's a violation and the student driver will be fined. It's all right as long as the student driver is accompanied by their instructor. There is no applicable rule.
If parking is prohibited on a road, what hours are vehicles prohibited from parking? (1) (2) (3) From 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. from 7 p.m. until 8 a.m. the following day. 24 hours a day.
If temporary parking is prohibited on a road, what hours are vehicles prohibited from temporarily parking? (1) (2) (3) From 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. From 7 p.m. until 8 a.m. the following day. 24 hours a day.
If temporary parking is prohibited on a road, (1) (2) (3) drivers may not park temporarily, but can park there long-term anytime. drivers may not park long-term, but can park temporarily. Neither temporary parking nor long-term parking are allowed.
If parking is prohibited on a road: (1) (2) (3) drivers may not park temporarily, but can park there long-term anytime. drivers may not park long-term, but can park temporarily. Neither temporary parking nor long-term parking are allowed.
When parking on a one-way road, the outside edge of the front and rear tires cannot be more than (1) (2). (3) 40 cm. 50 cm 60 cm from the curb.
When parking temporarily on the right side of a road, the outside edge of the front and rear tires cannot be farther than (1) (2) (3) 60 cm 70 cm 80cm from the curb.
If temporary parking is not prohibited on a road, drivers may park their vehicle temporarily (1) (2) (3) on the right side of road. at their discretion. after they turn on their emergency warning lights.
If there are no parking spaces available on a road that allows parking, (1) (2) (3) drivers may double park the vehicle. may park their vehicles at their discretion. may not double park their vehicle.
When traveling through a tunnel longer than 4km, or a tunnel under an administrative institution's supervision, small vehicles are required to maintain the safe driving distance from the vehicle in front of them of (1) (2) (3) 40 meters. 50 meters. 60 meters.
When traveling through a tunnel longer than 4 km, or a tunnel under an administrative institution's supervision, and drivers have to reduce their speed to less than 20km per hour due to traffic congestion or an accident, they are required to maintain a safe driving distance between them and the vehicle in front of (1) (2) (3) 20 meters. 30 meters. 50 meters.
Which of the following has to be carried by drivers when they are operating a vehicle? (1) (2) (3) Their vehicle registration, driver's license, and compulsory insurance card. Emergency warning flag. Emergency repair tool kit.
On a road with signs indicating no U-turns, no left turns, no passing in the oncoming traffic lanes, and no changing lanes, drivers (1) (2) (3) may not make a U-turn. may back up their vehicle. may make a U-turn if no vehicle is approaching from the opposite direction.
When traveling on a winding road, a steep slope, over a narrow bridge, in a tunnel, or over a railroad crossing, a driver (1) (2) (3) may back up at their convenience. may pass other vehicles. may not pass other vehicles.
Children from 1~4 years old with a weight of 10~18kg (1) (2) (3) must be seated in the back seat with their safety belt fastened. must be accompanied by an adult passenger when seated in the front seat and have their safety belt fastened at all times. Both statements are true.
The speed of off-duty fire engines, ambulances, and security vehicles (1) (2) (3) is not restricted. cannot exceed 50 km per hour. is determined in accordance with the speed limit of the road on which they are traveling.
If drivers are traveling on a rural road without any speed limit sign, (1) (2)3) their speed is not an issue they can speed. ( their speed may not exceed 50 km per hour.
Which of the following regulations concerning vehicles carrying goods or passengers is correct? (1) (2) (3) Passengers may be seated outside of the vehicle. A trailer attached to a car may carry any kind of goods. Only the maximum number of people permitted by law can sit in the cab of a truck or the front seat of a car.
Cars more than 10 years old are required to be inspected annually at least: (1). (2) (3) Twice 3 times. 4 times.
The height of a car may not exceed 1.5 times its width. The maximum height may not exceed (1) (2) (3) 2.75 meters. 2.85 meters. 2.5 meters.
When cars are traveling on a freeway or expressway, the safe driving distance between them and other vehicles in front or back under normal weather conditions is equal to the number of kilometers per hour the car is traveling (1) (2) (3) divided by 2 divided by 3 divided by 4.
Those who drive their vehicle illegally on road shoulder will (1) (2) (3) be fined have traffic violation points put on their official driving record, but not be fined be fined and have traffic violation points put on their official driving record.
Tires deemed safe for driving on a freeway or expressway must have a tread depth of at least (1) (2) (3) 1.6 mm. 1.5 mm. 1.7 mm.
Drivers who cause an accident or death because they failed to maintain a safe driving distance (1) (2) (3) will have their drivers' license suspended will have their drivers' license revoked will have their vehicle registration canceled.
If an accident victim has a broken bone and/or is unconscious, (1) (2)3) it is not necessary to move the victim unless they are in critical condition. serious breathing problems, bleeding and any broken bones have to be treated before a victim is moved. ( Both statements are true.
If a driver sees cones, a barrier, or a fence on the road, but no construction worker, (1) (2) (3) it means the construction has not yet begun, so the driver may move the cones, barrier, or fence from the road and drive through carefully. it means the construction has already been completed and the driver may move the cones, barrier, or fence from the road and pass through carefully. drivers may neither enter the construction area, nor touch any barriers at the site.
What is the speed limit in a construction zone? (1)2) (3) The driver's usual speed. ( The same as the maximum speed limit designated for that road under normal conditions. Drivers must drive in accordance with the speed limit shown on the signs erected in the construction zone.
If any of the lanes of a road are closed for road construction, can drivers drive on road shoulder? (1) (2) (3) Only if there is a sign indicating that drivers are allowed to drive on road shoulder. If a road is under construction, driving is allowed on road shoulder. Only if there are no police or traffic officers present.
If a taxi driver has already informed the passenger of the seatbelt law, but the passenger still refuses to wear the seat belt, who should be fined? (1) (2) (3) The taxi driver; the passenger; Neither of the two.
Which of the following is mandatory for motorists who drive large, heavy motorcycles more than 550 cc on highways or expressways? (1) (2) (3) They must drive in the designated sections as required by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications They must drive during the designated hours as required by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications All of the above.
Which of the following is required for motorists who drive large, heavy motorcycles more than 550 cc on highways? (1) (2) (3) Motorists must have a license for large, heavy motorcycles more than 550 cc for more than a year Motorists must have at least a small vehicle license All of the above.
How much are motorists who drive large and heavy motorcycles more than 550 cc on highways fined if they drive side by side in the same lane or overtake another car? (1) (2) (3) 3,000 NTD 6,000 NTD 12,000 NTD.
What is the safe distance for large vehicles to drive through a tunnel that is 4 km long or more, or announced by the competent authority? (1) (2) (3) 40 meters 50 meters 100 meters.
Which of the following are extremely dangerous areas, and lingering at these areas should be avoided? (1) (2) (3) Roads which have small rocks falling; Rockfall catchment fences or disfigured and twisted road railings; All of the above.
Which of the following weather conditions is known to cause road accidents, and so drivers should be aware of them? (1) (2); (3) Tidal waves; Precipitation Temperature variations.
Which of the following driving behaviors is wrong? (1) (2) (3) Listening to the Police Broadcasting Service and being informed of the latest traffic reports If lost on the road, find the kilometer sign to locate the present site and ask for help. when trapped by falling rocks, it is ok to park vehicles at the roadside without checking if the nearby area is safe or not.
What should one do when lost in mountain roads? (1) (2)3) Take a look at kilometer signs to locate the present site and ask for help; Head for the nearest safe parking space or temporary parking space for emergency and wait for a relief team; ( All of the above.
Which of the following is NOT the purpose of traffic control for closing down roads and bridges? (1) Roads and bridges are prone to accidents, and motorists who go through these sections are putting themselves under great danger; therefore, roads or bridges should be closed in advance to prevent motorists from entering dangerous areas which may lead to death or loss of property Roads under construction or that have already been damaged should be closed down to speed up the repairs and ensure safety for drivers; Closing down roads and bridges causes inconvenience for drivers and interrupts their trips.
? Right turn Left turn Winding road, right turn ahead.
? Left turn Right turn Winding road, left turn ahead.
? Winding road, right turn ahead Left turn Winding road, left turn ahead.
? Winding road, left turn ahead Right turn Winding road, right turn ahead.
Two-way Narrow road Crossroads.
T intersection ahead Two-way Dead end.
Right lane narrows Narrow road Lane merges.
Road narrows Narrow bridge Crossroads.
Crossroads Narrow bridge On-ramp traffic merges into lane .
One way road Two-way road Narrow road.
Road veers left Circular intersection Crossroads.
Bumpy road Bump ahead Dip ahead.
Crossroads Narrow bridge Road narrows.
Bumpy road Steep hill Bump ahead.
Steep downgrade Steep hill Wharf.
Steep drop-off on right Falling rocks Steep drop-off on left.
Railroad crossing without gate Railroad crossing with gate Vehicles prohibited.
Watch out for traffic signals Danger ahead Slow down.
Vehicles prohibited Railroad crossing without gate Railroad crossing with gate.
Bumpy road Slippery road Passing prohibited.
Narrow road Tunnel Narrow bridge.
Cars prohibited Watch out for trolley Watch out for pedestrians.
Watch out for pedestrians Watch out for children Pedestrians prohibited.
Watch out for children Watch out for pedestrians Pedestrians prohibited.
Make full stop then proceed Yield Slow down.
Steep Downgrade Wharf embankment Slippery road ahead.
Poor road conditions Watch for falling rocks on left Watch for falling rocks on right.
Narrow bridge Danger ahead Slow down.
Keep right One-way road Right turn allowed.
Parking prohibited Stop for inspection Cars prohibited.
Pedestrians prohibited Make full stop then proceed Vehicles prohibited.
Pedestrians prohibited Vehicles prohibited No motor vehicles with 4 or more wheels.
Vehicles prohibited Trailer trucks prohibited Large trucks and trailer trucks prohibited.
All motorcycles except large heavy duty motorcycles prohibited Automobiles with four or more wheels prohibited No motorcycles allowed.
Vehicles prohibited Motor vehicles with four or more wheels and motorcycles prohibited Pedestrians prohibited.
No U-turn No left turn Passing prohibited.
Passing prohibited Single lane road Vehicles prohibited.
No left turn No U-turn Single lane road.
Two-way road Single lane road, pass with care Road forks ahead.
Vehicle width limit One-way road Vehicle height limit.
Vehicle gross weight limit (2)3) Vehicle loading weight limit Empty vehicle weight.
Pedestrians prohibited (2) (3) Watch out for pedestrians Watch out for children.
Minimum speed limit Maximum speed limit Vehicle gross weight limit.
Large trucks and trailer trucks prohibited Large trucks prohibited Automobiles prohibited.
Road veers left ahead Left turn on green light only Go straight and then turn left.
Single track electric railroad crossing. Multi-track two-way electric railroad crossing Single track railroad crossing.
Vehicle length limit Vehicle width limit Large trucks prohibited.
Motor vehicles only Cars prohibited Vehicles prohibited.
Circular intersection, follow directions Road forks ahead One way.
Pedestrians only Watch out for pedestrians Watch out for children.
Provincial road County road National road.
Follow traffic flow First-aid station Crossroads.
Crossroads Dead end Narrow road.
Provincial road County road National road.
Flashing yellow light Traffic control signal Flashing pedestrian crosswalk signal.
Flashing pedestrian crosswalk signal Special flashing yellow light Flashing red light.
Signal for pedestrians Flashing yellow light Pedestrian crosswalk signal.
Flashing yellow light Flashing red light Pedestrian crosswalk signal.
Right lane close Left lane closed Detour.
Right lane closed Left lane closed Detour.
Road closed Detour Road construction ahead.
Left lane closed Right lane closed Detour.
Follow the detour signs One-way road Turn right ahead.
Road construction ahead Road closed Detour ahead.
First-aid station (2) (3) Gas station Auto repair.
Go straight and then turn right Go straight and then turn left Follow the signs to turn left.
Pedestrian overpass Pedestrian underpass Parking.
Designated (1) Automobiles only (2) Buses only (3)Bicycles and scooters only, large heavy motorcycles are excluded.
First-aid station Auto repair Gas station.
Restaurant Gas station Auto repair.
Left turn only Right turn only Left and right turns allowed.
Entry Prohibited sign Vehicle break-down sign Danger Ahead sign.
The inverted triangle marking indicates: Yield Stop Barrier in the middle of road.
Stop line Barrier ahead Parking line.
The solid white line indicated by the arrow sign represents: Road shoulder line Lane line Passing prohibited for both directions.
Barrier ahead Railroad crossing ahead Road width changes.
The broken white line is a: Pedestrian crosswalk line Lane line Road shoulder line.
Railroad crossing ahead Barrier ahead Road width changes.
No parking line Direction-separation line Direction line.
The solid double yellow line indicates: Passing prohibited in one direction Passing prohibited in both directions Lane marker line.
The solid yellow line and broken yellow line indicate: Passing prohibited in one direction Passing prohibited in both directions Lane marker line.
The solid white double line indicates: (1) (2) (3) Crossing direction-separation line prohibited Passing prohibited in both directions Changing lanes prohibited.
The solid yellow line indicates: No parking No stopping Parking permitted.
The solid red line indicates: No parking No temporary parking Parking permitted.
The broken yellow line is a: Lane line Restriction line indicating that passing in oncoming lanes is prohibited Direction-separation line.
The white diagonal lines are: Zebra crossing lines longitudinal crossing lines Stop lines.
The solid white horizontal line indicates: Parking permitted Passing prohibited Stop here.
The white diagonal lines are: Zebra crossing lines longitudinal crossing lines Stop lines.
The solid yellow double line is a: Restriction line indicating that passing in oncoming lanes is prohibited Lane change prohibited indicator Lane marker line.
Barrier in the middle of road Barrier ahead Road width changes.
The checkered area advises motorists that : Stopping permitted No stopping Parking prohibited.
The broken white lines represent: The turn lane Prohibited area Channelizing lines.
Disabled person parking only Stop line No parking.
All vehicles must stop Vehicles in front and behind must stop, vehicles approaching from the left and right may proceed Vehicles in front must stop.
Vehicles on the right must turn left Vehicles on the right must pass quickly Vehicles on the left must stop.
Vehicles on right must stop Vehicles on the right must turn left Vehicles on the right must pass through quickly.
Vehicles on the right must stop Vehicles on the left may proceed Vehicles on right must pass through quickly.
Vehicles on left must pass through quickly Vehicles on the left must turn left Vehicles on right must stop.
Vehicles in front must stop Vehicles in front and behind must stop, vehicles approaching from the left and right may proceed All vehicles must stop.
Vehicles in front must stop Vehicles in front and behind must stop, vehicles approaching from the left and right can proceed All vehicles must stop.
Raised left arm with the palm facing right indicates: Right turn Left turn Rear vehicles are permitted to pass.
Left arm extended out with the palm facing down indicates : Right turn Left turn Slow down.
Left arm bent downward with the palm facing the rear indicates: Slowing down to stop temporarily Rear vehicles are permitted to pass Vehicle backing up.
Left arm bended down 45 degrees with palm waving back and forth indicates: Vehicle backing up Slow down Rear vehicle permitted to pass.
Turn on head lights Watch out for traffic signals Tap horn.
Vehicles with 4 wheels or more and motorcycles over 550 cc displacement only For bicycles and motorcycles only Vehicles with 4 wheels or more, motorcycles over 550 cc prohibited.
Exclusive lane for motor vehicles with four or more wheels only motor vehicles with four or more wheels and motorcycles over 550 cc only motorcycles over 550 cc only.
Motorcycles over 550 cc displacement prohibited For motorcycles over 550 cc displacement only Bicycles prohibited.
Vehicle length limit Maximum speed limit Safe driving distance required.
This sign is for a: County road Provincial road National road.
Alerting motorists to watch out for vehicles merge from right ahead vehicles merge from left ahead crossroads.
Maximum speed on the exit ramp is 60 km/h 40 km/h 80 km/h.
This sign marks An exit A lane A destination.
This sign indicates: One-way traffic Direction of traffic flow Detour ahead.
This sign means Warning Vehicle breakdown Road under construction.
This sign shows Miles to a destination Direction and distance to a destination Destination name.
This is a Freeway exit sign Freeway service area sign Direction to freeway sign.
This sign means Road under construction Detour Road closed.
This sign indicates Lane closed Crossroads ahead Traffic control.
This sign is a Milestone Mileage marker County road sign.
What is the solid white line between the line at road edge and the lane line? Division line separating the fast vehicles and slow vehicles Direction separation line Passing prohibition line.
Watch out for bicycles Watch out for pedestrians Watch out for motorcycles.
Railroad crossing ahead Maintain a safe driving distance on freeways and expressways Distance to freeway/expressway exit.
Name of a freeway or expressway interchange Distance to a specific destination Distance to the freeway and expressway exit.
Agricultural road Numbered routes for county roads Numbered routes for country roads.
Numbered provincial roads for the expressways Numbered Provincial roads for the freeways Maximum speed limit.
Parking lot Park U-turn lane.
MRT station Railroad station High speed rail station.
Wharf Ferry pier Auto repair.
MRT station Railroad station High speed rail station.
MRT station Railroad station High speed rail station.
Bus stations or transit stations MRT stations Taxi stands.
Bicycles only Electric bicycles only Motorcycles only.
The marking painted on the intersection is a: diagonal pedestrian crossing Cross-thatched area Bicycle crossing line.
How should motorists do if they see the horizontal lines shown in the picture? Slow down Drive through quickly Check their tires.
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