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 31. Give some examples where you should be “more” aware of pedestrians?
Corners – traffic lights – junctions – bus stops – when overtaking parked cars or trucks – around ice-cream vans – near schools.
Question 32. If you were driving along the road and felt drowsy, what should you do?
Pullover, stop and open your window. (DO NOT DRIVE WHEN DROWSY)
Question 33. At a pelican crossing what does a flashing amber light mean?
Proceed with caution if no pedestrian is crossing.
Question 34. When should you use your lights during daylight hours?
During poor visibility, falling snow, fog or rain.
Question 35. What is the minimum legal tread depth on a tyre?
Question 36. How many types of pedestrian crossing are there?
Two, controlled (pedestrian traffic lights) and uncontrolled (flashing amber beacons).
Question 37. How would you describe an uncontrolled pedestrian crossing?
Flashing beacons and black & white road markings with zig-zag lines.
Question 38. What is a controlled pedestrian crossing?
Pedestrian traffic lights.
Question 39. What signs would you expect to see approaching a major road?
Warning sign – major road ahead – regulatory sign: yield or stop.
Question 40. What markings are you likely to find at traffic lights?
Stop line – two pedestrian lines – two yellow lines – continuous white line – yellow box – directional arrows.
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