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4 Aug 2017

Learner's licence test Questions with Answer 2017 (Part 1)

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In order to be able to legally drive on public roads in India, one must have a valid Driving Licence and in order to do so, the first step is to procure a Learning Licence. This document can be availed by Indian citizens above the age of 16 (with written parental consent if they are not adults). Applicants who wish to avail a Learning Licence will have to pass a written test, either online or offline. The questions asked will be of a multiple choice question format, wherein applicants will have to select the correct answer. Applicants will have to get a minimum number of correct answers to pass this test.
The test was made harder in an effort to ensure that the new generation of drivers are safe and responsible. The technology-driven exam along with the revised rules have made it increasingly difficult for the drivers to clear the test. The test has 10 questions, out of which the applicants are required to answer six correctly if they wish to have their Learner’s License, and each response should be completed in 30 seconds.
Given below are some sample questions with answer that may be asked during a Driving Licence Test

1. If you are near a pedestrian crossing and there are people waiting to cross the road, you should

(A) Slow down, press horn and proceed
(B) Press horn and proceed
(C) Stop the vehicle, wait until pedestrians cross and then move forward
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2. You are coming towards a narrow bridge and another vehicle is about to enter the bridge from the other side. What should you do?

(A) Wait until the other vehicle crosses the bridge before proceeding
(B) Switch on headlight and the cross the bridge
(C) Increase speed of the vehicle and try to cross the bridge quickly
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3. In case you see a vehicle that has met with an accident with injured passengers inside, you should -

(A) Stop your vehicle and report the matter to the nearest police station
(B)Take the vehicle to the closest police station and report the accident
(C) Take measures to secure medical attention to those injured and report the accident to the closest police station within a period of 24 hours
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4. On a road that has been designated as one way

(A)You should not drive in reverse gear
(B)You should not overtake
(C)You should not park
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5. You can overtake a vehicle that is in the front

(A) Through the left side of the vehicle ahead
(B) Through the right side of the vehicle ahead
(C) If the road is wide enough
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6. If a vehicle approaches a railway crossing that is not guarded and the vehicle wants to proceed, the driver should

(A)Wait until the train passes
(B)Press horn and cross the track at the earliest
(C)Stop the vehicle on left hand side of the road, approach the track and ensure that there is no train or trolley coming from any side prior to crossing
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7. Transport vehicles can be distinguished by

(A) The colour of the vehicle
(B) Number plate of the vehicle
(C) Tyre size of the vehicle
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8. A learner’s license is valid for a period of

(A) 30 days
(B) 6 months
(C) Until a driving licence is availed
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9. In case a road does not have a footpath, pedestrians will have to

(A) Walk on the right side of the road
(B) Walk on the left side of the road
(C) Walk on any side of the road
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10. Free passage should be provided to the following vehicles

(A) Express buses
(B) Police vehicles
(C) Fire service vehicles and ambulance
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Posted by Pawan Sarmah

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