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Which one of these must give way?
When you apply the brakes, it takes at least 20 metres to bring your car to a stop on a road from 50 km/h. If you double your speed to 100 km/h, what minimum distance will it take to stop your car when you apply the brakes on the same road surface?
You are driving towards a large roundabout which is marked with lanes. At the laned roundabout, you intend to take the road that leads off to the right. What signals must you give?
Double unbroken dividing lines are marked on a roadway. You may-
You are going to turn right from a one-way street. Where should you be when you start your turn?
You should leave a gap between your vehicle and the one you are following. In good conditions the gap should be-
What is the meaning of this sign?
You should not drive across a railway level crossing when-
When turning right from a two way unlaned road to another two way unlaned road, you must approach the intersection from-
What does this sign mean?
What is the speed limit of a vehicle passing a school bus that has stopped to allow children to get on or off?
The 15 questions used in RAA’s Quick Quiz are a combination of those that appear in the official Give Way and Multiple Choice tests. You will be asked 5 questions from the Give Way test, followed by 10 questions from the Multiple Choice test. The images we use may be slightly different to the official test, but this does not affect the answers. Please use this quiz to brush up on your road rule knowledge.