Warning signs - III - Online Test
Ask 1

The horizontal bar indicates closed lanes. In this case, the left lane is closed ahead.

What does this sign mean?

  • The right lane is ending
  • The left lane is ending
  • Both lanes are ending, so you must make a U-turn
  • There's a T-intersection ahead
Ask 2

Proceed with caution. The bridge ahead is narrower than the road you are driving on, and therefore you may need to give way to wide vehicles on the bridge.

How should you act when you come upon this sign indicating a narrow bridge ahead?

  • Slow down and be prepared to stop before the bridge
  • Sound your horn before coming to the bridge. That way, other traffic can stop just before the brighe on the other side.
  • Maintain your speed. Bridge are built to fit two vehicles side-by-side
Ask 3

Wildlife signs are used to indicate areas where animals are likely to cross the road. Animals are unpredictable, so pay extra attention to movement on the sides of the road when you see a wildlife sign.

This sign tells you that:

  • There's a kangaroo 8 km ahead
  • You're only allowed to drive 40 km/h for the next 8 km
  • You should look out for kangaroos for the next 8 km so that you don't collide with one
  • You should call the police if you see a kangaroo
Ask 4

The sign indicates a steep hill descent ahead, which means you must adapt your driving. Put your gearbox in a lower gear to assist in slowing down your vehicle without overheating your brakes (called engine braking). The lower the gear, the more your engine will brake. Try to engine brake as much as possible to prevent your brakes from overheating, which can happen if you brake too much when going downhill.

What does this sign mean?

  • You're approaching steep hill climb
  • You're approaching a roadworks zone
  • You're approaching a steep hill descent
  • The road is cloosed as it's too steep
Ask 5

The sign indicates a road hump ahead, and a recommended speed of 10 km/h. Road humps discourage speeding and are often found in residential and other areas where low speed limits are enforced for safety.

This sign tells you that:

  • You must stop
  • There's a road hump ahead
  • There's a tunnel ahead
  • There's a road works zone ahead
Ask 6

When you see this sign, slow down and be prepared to stop or give way to vehicles coming from the opposite direction if necessary.

What does this sign mean?

  • That the road head is slippery
  • That you're approaching a steep hill climb
  • That the road ahead narrows
  • That the road ahead will be descending
Ask 7

When you come upon this sign, you must check the road and adapt your driving to the conditions. If wet, slow down additionally! Warning signs are there for a reason.

What does this sign mean?

  • The road ahead may be slippery when wet
  • The road ahead has a number of closely spaced curves
  • The road ahead is narrow and slippery
  • There is a sharp curve to the left ahead
Ask 8

You’re approaching the top of a hill or mountain where visibility might be limited. Slow down and be aware that another vehicle might suddenly appear.

What should you do when you see this sign?

  • Sound your horn and turn your headlights on high beam to alert other road users of your presence
  • Turn on your hazard lights, but maintain your speed
  • Drive carefully as you are approaching a dangerous intersection
  • Slow down and be aware that oncoming vehicles may suddenly appear
Ask 9

Drive carefully to avoid an accident or damage to your car. The recommended speed limit in this situation is 20 km/h when passing the dip.

What does this sign mean?

  • Drive with caution, as there's a sharp depression in the road ahead
  • Drive with caution, as you're approaching a crest with limited visibility
  • You must dive way to all traffic
  • You're approaching a steep hill descent
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