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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.

Speed Limit

71. At night, you should never drive at a speed which would prevent you from stopping within the distance
A. You can see in your headlights
B. Of 4 car-lengths
C. Of 170 feet

72. The speed limit signs along the roadways should be thought of as
A. The recommended speed under the best condition
B. The recommended speed under the worst condition
C. The recommended speed under any condition

73. It is more dangerous to drive at the maximum speed limit at night than during daytime because
A. Your reaction time is slower at night
B. The roadways are more apt to be slipper at night
C. You cannot see too far ahead at night

74. Night driving is dangerous because
A. Street lights tend to blur your vision
B. More vehicles are on the road at night
C. The distance we can see ahead is reduced

75. When following behind another car is it considered a safe rule to allow at least
A. Space for one car
B. 15 feet of stopping distance
C. One car length per 10 miles of speed

76. Which of the following should you do if you feel drowsy while driving?
A. Pull off the road and rest
B. Move over to the right lane and continue driving
C. Increase your speed to get away from other vehicles

77. When approaching a sharp curve on the highway, you should
A. Decrease speed before entering the curve
B. Increase speed while negotiating the curve
C. Apply your brake lightly while taking the curve

78. Ignoring traffic lights during late hours of the night could
A. Make you a good driver
B. Involve you in fatal accident
C. Decrease your fuel consumption

79. A good driving attitude of a driver is
A. Drive slowly
B. Drive -defensively
C. Take chances if possible

80. Drivers gather most information with their
A. Ears
B. Eyes
C. Hands

Side Mirrors

81. Which of the following is most recommended as a way of dealing with fatigue on a long trip?
A. Step periodically for rest and exercise
B. Eat much and drink a little alcoholic beverages
C. Take an over-the-counter “keep awake” pill

82. What habit will help you prevent a fixed stare and resist distraction?
A. Ground viewing
B. Moving your eyes regularly by looking near and far
C. Another car’s speed

83. Which of the following can you adjust in order to reduce the chance of collision?
A. Your speed and lane position
B. The sharpness of a curve
E. Another car’s speed

84. Drivers have to make decisions
A. Only in heavy traffic
B. Only until they become experienced
C. Continuously as they drive

85. When interacting with bicyclist, you must
A. Be more aware of the road condition
B. Adjust speed and increase your space margin
C. Use different visual-search pattern

86. As you drive, your glances to the side and rear-view mirrors should be
A. Brief as possible
B. As long as you like
C. At least one second each

87. At night when you meet another vehicle with blinding bright lights, the safest thing to do is
A. Turn your lights on high beam
B. Look slightly to the right side of the roadway
C. Look at the headlight of the approaching vehicle

88. When approaching an intersection and the roadway beyond is blocked with traffic, you should
A. Keep as close as possible to the car ahead
B. Proceed slowly into the intersection until the traffic ahead moves on
C. Stop before the intersection and wait until traffic ahead moves on

89. Throwing bottles, cans or anything from your vehicle windows is
A. Forbidden at all times
B. Forbidden only in the province
C. Forbidden only in the cities

90. The most effective way to deal with a “tailgater” is to
A. Ignore him but don’t allow him to get very close to you
B. Slow down and let him pass
C. Increase your speed and slam on your brakes

Road Crash Accident

91. If you are traveling on a two-lane road and see the chances for trouble are equal on both sides, you should
A. Position your car slightly to the right
B. Position your car slightly to the left
C. Center your car between the hazards

92. When walking on a roadway where there is no sidewalk, the pedestrian must always stay
A. On the left side of the road facing traffic
B. On the right side
C. Either way will do

93. In case of an accident, the first duty of the driver involved is to
A. Pick up the injured person and take him to the nearest hospital
B. Report the accident to the hospital
C. Report the accident to the nearest police station

94. In case of injuries sustained in an accident, the duty of the uninjured driver is to
A. Call a physician
B. Keep the victim lying down
C. Try to determine who is at fault

95. To have one’s driver’s license suspended means to
A. Have it revalidated by the LTO
B. Have it taken away permanently by the LTO
C. Have it taken temporarily by the LTO

96. The main reason for requiring motor vehicle inspection is to
A. Earn revenue for the government
B. Give the inspector a chance to look at your car
C. Try and make sure that cars meet safety standards

97. A public utility vehicle can only be driven by holder of a
A. Student permit
B. Non-professional license
C. Professional

98. To own a driver’s license is
A. An honor
B. A right
C. A privilege

99. To avoid suspension or revocation, how many days must a driver with an apprehended license settle his case with the LTO?
A. Within 15 days
B. Within 10 -days
C. Within 30 days

100. When may you lend your driver’s license?
A. Under no circumstance
B. To another person who is learning to drive
C. In emergencies


101. If you are involved in an accident, how soon must you make a report to your nearest police station?
A. At once
B. Within 48 hours
C. Within 72 hours

102. The driver’s license issued to a driver shall entitle him to operate
A. Any kind of motor vehicle
B. Only motor vehicles described in the license
C. Motor vehicle for lifetime

103. The rate of speed prescribed by law does not apply to the driver
A. Bringing his employer to an important official meeting
B. Of a vehicle who is in pursuit of a criminal
C. Operating along the highway where traffic is light .

104. A person whose driver’s license is under suspension may
A. Operate a motor vehicle in a case of extreme emergency
B. Not operate a motor vehicle under any condition
C. Operate a motor vehicle when accompanied by a licensed driver

105. How should you behave when an approaching officer flags down your vehicle?
A. Ignore the apprehending officer and drive away at increased speed
B. Stop and argue with the apprehending officer
C. Surrender your driver’s license and other documents upon demand

106. The purpose of traffic laws, rules and regulations is to
A. Generate revenues for the government
B. Establish an orderly movement of vehicles and pedestrian traffic and penalties
C. Discipline traffic enforcers

107. The deadline to renew the registration of a motor vehicle is
A. At the discretion of the operator
B. At the end of the year
C. On the last working day of the month corresponding to the last digit of the motor vehicle plates

108. A privately registered motor vehicle utilized for hire in the carriage of passengers and cargoes is a colorum vehicle and is prohibited by law. Drivers caught operating such vehicle for the first time is penalized by
A. A fine of P200.00 and suspension of ·his driver’s license for three months
B. Cancellation of his driver’s license
C. A fine of P500.00

109. Driving without first securing a driver’s license is prohibited by law and punishable by
A. A fine of 1500.00 or imprisonment
B. Disqualification from securing a driver’s license
C. Fine and/or imprisonment and disqualification from securing a driver’s license

110. BOT rules and regulations prohibit drivers of public utility vehicles from
A. Overcharging fares and using fast taximeters
B. Cutting trip or going beyond authorized line or route
C. Both of the above


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