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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.

School Pedestrian

32. When about to make a left turn you should give the, right-of-way to cars coming from the opposite direction.
A. Until at least two cars have passed
B. Which are close enough to be dangerous
C. Until five cars have passed

33. I f there are pedestrians on a school crossing, you are required to
A. Stop and give way only to persons crossing from your right
B. Stop only for children and give way to them from either direction
C. Stop and do not proceed until all persons are completely clear off the crossing

34. Should a driver turning at an intersection give way to pedestrians?
A. Yes, a driver turning right or left must give way to pedestrians
B. No pedestrians must give way to all vehicles
C. Yes, but only if the driver is turning left.

35. When on a street designed for two-way traffic you hear the siren of an emergency vehicle. What does the law require you to do?
A. Pull to the right and stop
B. Speed up to get out of the way
C. Continue at high speed

36. When two vehicles meet on an upgrade road where neither can pass which of the two must yield?
A. The vehicle facing downhill
B. The vehicle facing uphill
C. The vehicle that blow its horn first

37. Before changing lanes in traffic, you should always give a signal, check your rear-view mirror and
A. Turn your head to check other vehicles beside your car
B. Sound your horn
C. Blink your headlight

38. You should change lanes only after you have
A. Signaled your intention and checked traffic
B. Signaled your intention
C. Checked traffic

39. After passing or overtaking a car, you can safely move back into the lane you left if
A. The driver you have passed hunks his horn,
B. You can see in your rear-view mirror the car you have passed
C. You can see in your side-view mirror the car you have passed

40. You nay-pass to the right of a car traveling in your direction
A. If the highway is clearly marked for two or more lanes moving towards the same direction
B. On a road having one lane is opposite direction
C. By driving off the paved roadway

41. If you are traveling in the wrong lane, what must you do to make a turn as you enter an intersection?
A. Make the turn as quickly as possible
B. Brake or clutch, while actually turning
C. Look behind on both sides and see if it is safe before you change lane

42. You should begin signaling for a right or left turn before reaching the turning point by at least
A. 30 meters
B. 60 meters
C. 15 meters

43. You should normally begin a-right turn on
A. The lane nearest to the road enter
B. The lane nearest the right curb
C. The sane lane as for a left turn

44. The car behind you wants to pass. You should
A. Blow your horn to allow him to pass
B. Slow down slightly and pull to the right
C. Pull to the right and stop so he can pass

45. When driving on the highway at night, you should use low beam headlights (dim lights) when
A. Another driver dims his lights
B. Blinded by the headlights of an approaching vehicle
C. All of the above

46. If the brake lights of several cars ahead of you flash on, you should
A. Release the accelerator and prepare to brake
B. Apply your brakes as soon as possible
C. Increase your speed

47. Which of these steps is not correct when making a right turn?
A. Stop in the crosswalk
B. Signal at least 30 meters ahead of your turn
C. Watch for pedestrians on the street you are about to enter

48. The driver must not overtake at the foot or approach of a bridge because
A. He cannot see oncoming vehicles from the other side of the bridge
B. There are pedestrians crossing
C. He might obstruct the flow of traffic

49. The best practice when turning left or right while traveling on a highway is
A. To signal your intention as you make the turn
B. To give the electrical and/or hand signal at least 30 meters before you make the turn
C. To disregard signaling if there is no traffic ahead or behind you.

50. Using the shoulder of the road pass to the right of a car ahead of you is
A. Allowed if you are turning right
B. Allowed if the car ahead is turning left
C. Against the law

Uphill Parking

51. Which of the following is not a safe place to overtake?
A. When approaching a bridge or upon a curve
B. At an intersection
C. Both of the above

52. A left turn is more dangerous than a right turn because
A. Cars from the right are moving faster
B. You have to be alert for vehicles coming from both left and right
C. Four-lane streets are wider than two-lane streets?

53. What light shall be used when vehicles are parked on the highway at night?
A. Headlight
B. Parking lights or lower beam headlights
C. Signal lights

54. Parking lights may be used
A. At anytime
B. For parking and when visibility is poor
C. When driving on a well-lighted streets

55. We consider a vehicle parked when
A. It has been brought to a stop on the shoulder of a highway and remains inactive in its place for an appreciable period of time
B. It stops to discharge/take in waiting passengers
C. It loads/unloads small quantity or freight with reasonable dispatch and moves away without delay.

56. When parking downhill, you should turn from wheel
A. Into the curb or toward the side of the road
B. Away from the curb
C. Any direction will do

57. When parking a car on an upgrade without a curb, the best practice is to
A. Get close to the curb and turn the front wheels away from curb
B. Turn wheels sharply to the left
C. Turn wheels sharply to the right

58. What should you do when parking uphill and there is a curb?
A. Turn wheels to curb
B. Turn back of wheels to curb
C. Turn your front wheels sharply to the left away from curb

59. Before moving your car from a parked position, you should
A. Check other traffic, signal and pull from curb when it is safe to do so
B. Signal and pull from curb
C. Sound your horn and pull from curb slowly

60. You may never park
A. On a crosswalk
B. On a one-way street
C. Within 5- meters of a fire hydrant

61. When loading or unloading passengers, we usually stop at the
A. Right side of the road nearest the sidewalk
B. Middle side of the road
C. Intersection


62. A driver may load and unload passengers
A. Only at designated STOPS
B. Whenever a passenger signals for a stop
C. Before an intersection

63. Whenever you leave the car unattended, the law says that you stop the engine and
A. Notch effectively the hand brake
B. Shift the gear to neutral
C. Close the windows

64. When you intend to drive slower than the other vehicles, you should use the
A. Outermost (right)lane
B. Center lane
C. Innermost (left) lane

65. When you. intend to drive faster than the other vehicles, you should use the
A. Outermost (right) lane
B. Center lane
C. Innermost (left) lane

66. Which of the following is the maximum speed limit on expressway?
A. 60 kph
B. 80 kph
C. 100 kph

67. The speed limit within a school zone during school days is
A. 20kph
B. 25 kph
C. 30 kph

68. When using the basic speed law as a guide, the choice of speed will be based on the
A. Speed of the driver
B. Feel of car being driven
C. Traffic and road condition

69. Under the basic speed law, you may never drive faster than
A. That which is safe
B. The posted limit
C. The flow of traffic

70. A safe speed to drive your car under adverse condition
A. Depends on the road and weather, condition
B. Is the posted speed limit
C. Depends on the mechanical skill of the driver


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