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Before driving any motor vehicle, take note to heart that driving is NOT a RIGHT but a PRIVILEGE. Do not get too entitled just because you are paying road users tax or any taxes whatsoever. Remember that others are doing too.

This mandate by the Philippines Government is based on Republic Act #4136 and Batas Pambansa Bilang 398, and is done through the Land Transportation Office or LTO.

This Driver’s License Pre-Qualifying Exam is brought to you by:

Republic of the Philippines
Ministry of Transportation and Communication
Land Transportation Office
East Avenue, Quezon City

Published hereunder are questions and answers on driving test for the information of all concerned. Those applying for a student permit must have a score of at least 20 correct answers for a set of 25 questions for non-professional, 35 out of 40 and for professionals, 50 out of 60. Any one of the 165 questionnaire below may appear in any Set of Questionaire prepared by LTO.

Note: The following questionnaire, answers and reviewer, though concomitant of the actual exam, may not guarantee a verbatimly and chronological correct items as listed. Items and entries herein may have been updated, altered or scrambled as deemed needed by the examiner or authority. Due diligence is needed.

Answers are in highlighted letters.

Yellow Triangular Signs

1. The three colors or the traffic lights are:
A. Red, green and yellow
B. Red, green and blue
C. Yellow, green and blue

2. Which of the following traffic signs are blue?
A. Regulatory signs
B. Information signs
C. Danger warning signs

3. Yellow triangular signs provide what kind of information
A. Warning
B. Hospital zones
C. Speed limits

4. Steady green light means
A. You must yield to all pedestrians and other motorists using the intersection
B. Go, if it is safe to do so.
C. Proceed cautiously through the intersection before the light changes to red

5. A flashing yellow light at a road crossing signifies
A. Caution – slow down and proceed with caution
B. Stop and stay until light stops flashing
C. Wait for the green light

6. A solid white line on the right edge of the highway slants in towards your left. This shows that
A. There is an intersection just ahead
B. The road will get narrower
C. You are approaching a construction area

7. You are in a No-Passing zone when the center of the road is marked broken by
A. A broken yellow line
B. A broken white line
C. Two solid yellow lines

8. When arrows are painted on the pavement, drivers must:
A. Must go in the direction of the arrows
B. Slow down and prepare to yield right-of-way
C. Are not allowed to change lanes

9. You may not drive across solid yellow lines except to
A. Change lanes
B. Turn left
C. Turn right

10. Double solid yellow lanes lines
A. Should not be crossed except with due care
B. Should not be crossed anytime
C. Does not allow lane changing

11. You may not cross a single broken white of yellow line
A. When turning left into a driveway
B. When passing to the right on a one-way -street
C. When to do so would interfere with traffic

12. You may cross over a double line on the road to overtake another car if the line on your side is
A. Solid white
B. Broken
C. Solid yellow

13. When you approach a flashing red signal light, you should
A. Wait for the green light before proceeding
B. Slow down and proceed with caution
C. Come to a full stop and proceed when it is safe to do so

14. Which of the following hand signal’s must a driver give when he wants to slow down and stop?
A. Left are bent at elbow, hand pointing up
B. Left arm held straight in horizontal position.
C. Left arm held down and hand pointing at ground.

15. The proper hand signal for the right turn is
A. Left arm bent at elbow, hand pointing up
B. Left arm held straight in horizontal position
C. Left arm held down and hand pointing at ground.

16. If the driver ahead of you extends his left arm straight out, you are fairly sure that he is going to
A. Turn left at the next intersection
B. Pull off to the side of the road to stop
C. Turn right at the next intersection

Railway Crossing

17. When approaching a railway crossing with a signal device warning the approach of a train, you must
A. Stop not less than 1.5 meters from the nearest rail
B. Slow down and proceed with caution
C. Slow down and stop

18. At what circumstances should you sound your “horn”?
A. As a safety warning
B. At school zones
C. At hospital zones

19. What does the law require you to do upon approaching an intersection with a stop sign?
A. Slow down and proceed when it is safe to do so
B. Stop end proceed when it is safe to do so
C. Yield the right-of-way if necessary to vehicles approaching from left or right

20. Upon approaching an intersection marked with a YIELD SIGN, you are required to
A. Stop before entering the intersection
B. Enter the intersection immediately
C. Slow down then enter the intersection when the way is clear

21. The road sign “Do Not Enter” is a
A. Regulatory sign
B. Guide sign
C. Warning Sign

22. The Right-of-Way law provides us with
A. Our basic rights as drivers.
B. Rules for when to yield to others
C. Rules for turning right

23. A good safety rule when you are sure you have the legal right-of-way is
A. Never insist on it
B. Sound your horn to alert others
C. Always demand

24. At rotundas, which of the following vehicles have the right-of-way?
A. Vehicles which are just about to enter
B. Vehicles within the rotunda
C. Vehicles facing the green light

Intersection

25. At an intersection with no control device, two cars approach at right angles to each other. Which driver must yield?
A. The driver who gets there first
B. The driver who slows down first
C. The driver who gets there last

26. At an intersection with no control devices, two cars approach from opposite directions. Which driver must yield?
A. The driver going straight
B. The driver turning left
C. The driver turning right

27. At an intersection without control device, two cars are approaching from opposite directions at approximately the same time, one is turning left and the other turning right. Which driver must yield?
A. The driver turning right
B. The driver turning left
C. The driver who gets there first

28. At an intersection without stop or yield signs, two cars reach the intersection at the same time. Which car has the right-of-way?
A. The car on the right
B. The car on the left
C. The car that slows down first

29. A car is positioned in an intersection waiting to turn left when the traffic signal light turns red. Who should go first?
A. The driver caught in the intersection waiting to turn left
B. The driver making the right turn
C. The driver caught with the green light

30. At an intersection without stop or yield signs, two cars approach from different streets. Which car has the right-of-way?
A. The vehicle already in the intersection
B. The vehicle on the left
C. The vehicle that slows down first

31. The driver of a car traveling on a highway is required to yield to
A. Any car coming out of a driveway.
B. Pedestrian
C. Cars approaching an intersection from the left

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