Quiz: Pavement markings

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You may not cross a solid line to pass if it is…?
Any colour
Yellow
White
Red

Correct!

Wrong!

Lines on your left hand side that are wider and closer together than ordinary broken lines usually indicate…?
Your lane is coming to an end or exit
An extra lane will soon appear on your left
You must switch lanes immediately
You must remain in your lane

Correct!

Wrong!

At a stop line, you must…?
Stop completely in all circumstances
Stop completely if any other traffic is present
Stop completely if any pedestrians are present
Slow down and proceed with caution

Correct!

Wrong!

Traffic travelling in opposite directions is separated by…?
Yellow lines
White lines
Red lines
Blue lines

Correct!

Wrong!

Traffic travelling in the same direction is separated by…?
White lines
Yellow lines
Red lines
Blue lines

Correct!

Wrong!

At a crosswalk, all road users must stop without crossing the line and yield to pedestrians…?
Until they have safely returned to the sidewalk
Until they are in the opposite lane
Only when they are in the road user’s lane
Unless they have only just started crossing

Correct!

Wrong!

At an intersection with no crosswalk, stop line or sidewalk, you must…?
Stop level with the edge of the intersection
Stop 5 m back from the intersection
Slow down and keep proceeding through the intersection
Sound your horn before proceeding through the intersection

Correct!

Wrong!

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Pavement Markings

These markings when combined with traffic lights and pedestrian signals effectively give information on the flow and direction of traffic. essentially, pavement markings divide traffic lanes, turning lanes, and pedestrian crossings. Just like highway or traffic signs, these markings regulate and control traffic. If you see white pavement markings, it means that traffic moving in the same directions should separate while yellow lines divide traffic moving in opposite directions. 

Questions in this Quiz:

  • Traffic travelling in opposite directions is separated by…?
  • Traffic travelling in the same direction is separated by…?
  • You may not cross a solid line to pass if it is…?
  • Lines on your left hand side that are wider and closer together than ordinary broken lines usually indicate…?
  • At a stop line, you must…?
  • At an intersection with no crosswalk, stop line or sidewalk, you must…?
  • At a crosswalk, all road users must stop without crossing the line and yield to pedestrians…?