We found these 80 Zimbabwean provisional driving test questions and answers on social media and we thought our readers would benefit from practising them.
They are from a provisional driving test questions pdf Zimbabwe 2020. Remember to verify them with a certified instructor from a registered driving school.
Question 11. What is the rule on entering a roundabout?
Give way to traffic on your immediate right.
Question 12. Name some places where you should not overtake?
Where you cannot see far enough ahead – a humpback bridge – too close to junctions – corners – pedestrian crossing – hatch markings – over a continuous white line.
Question 13. Name some places where you should not park?
Too close to a junction – opposite a stationary vehicle – corners – double yellow lines – single yellow lines (within time zones) – opposite a continuous white line.
Question 14. What is the hard shoulder used for?
Emergencies, breakdowns, Pedestrians and Cyclists.
Question 15. What is the overall stopping distance at:
- 25 mtrs.
- 35 mtrs.
- 55 mtrs.
Question 16. What do the rules of the road say about sounding your horn?
You should not sound your horn between the hours of 11.30 pm and 7.00 am except in emergencies.
Question 17. To keep your vehicle in legal condition, what should you pay particular attention to?
Brakes – lights – tyres – steering – indicators – wipers – speedometer – horn – silencer.
Question 18. What are the minimum lighting requirements on your vehicle?
A motor vehicle (except a motorcycle) must be equipped with two headlights (white or yellow), two white side lights (front), two red rear lights, two red stop lights at rear, two red rear reflectors, number plate lighting to the rear and amber directional indicators front and rear.
Question 19. What does an amber traffic light mean?
Stop, if it is safe to do so.
Question 20. How should you approach a green light that has been green from the first time you have seen it?
Approach with caution at a speed which would enable you to stop safely if necessary, preferably in 3rd gear or lower.
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