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  • 1. 

    What is the rule at each intersection?

    • A.

      Fork Lifts and Heavy Vehicles must give right of way to other vehicles

    • B.

      Light Vehicles must give right of way to Heavy vehicles

    • C.

      All Vehicles must give right of way to other vehicles, approaching the intersection to their right

    • D.

      There is no special rule at intersections

    Correct Answer
    C. All Vehicles must give right of way to other vehicles, approaching the intersection to their right
    Explanation
    The correct answer states that all vehicles must give right of way to other vehicles approaching the intersection from their right. This means that regardless of the type of vehicle (forklifts, heavy vehicles, or light vehicles), they must yield to any vehicle coming from their right side. This rule helps to ensure smooth and safe traffic flow at intersections by prioritizing vehicles approaching from the right.

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  • 2. 

    When stopping behind a heavy vehicle, you should ?

    • A.

      Slow down, inch your way forward and stop close behind it.

    • B.

      Switch on your hazard lights.

    • C.

      Pull your handbrake.

    • D.

      Keep a further distance from it than you would from a smaller vehicle.

    Correct Answer
    D. Keep a further distance from it than you would from a smaller vehicle.
    Explanation
    When stopping behind a heavy vehicle, it is important to keep a further distance from it than you would from a smaller vehicle. Heavy vehicles have larger blind spots, longer stopping distances, and may have difficulty maneuvering. By keeping a greater distance, you allow the driver of the heavy vehicle more visibility and space to make any necessary maneuvers. This helps to ensure your safety and the safety of others on the road.

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  • 3. 

    What is the meaning of this Road sign?

    • A.

      Speed zone ends, the State speed limit applies.

    • B.

      Danger, road bends sharply right.

    • C.

      You must not turn right.

    • D.

      You must turn left

    Correct Answer
    C. You must not turn right.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "You must not turn right." This road sign indicates that it is prohibited to make a right turn at this location. It is important to obey this sign in order to ensure the safety of all road users and to follow the designated traffic flow.

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  • 4. 

    While you intend to take a right or left turn first you have to do in following sequence -

    • A.

      Gear - mirror - signal

    • B.

      Mirror - gear – signal

    • C.

      Signal - gear - mirror

    • D.

      Any of the given Choice

    Correct Answer
    C. Signal - gear - mirror
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Signal - gear - mirror". This sequence is the correct order to follow when intending to take a right or left turn. Signaling first alerts other drivers of your intention to turn, then shifting gears allows you to control the speed and maneuver the vehicle appropriately, and finally, checking the mirror ensures that it is safe to proceed with the turn. This sequence ensures proper communication with other drivers and enhances overall safety on the road.

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  • 5. 

    Compulsory Road signs are make in______________ shape.

    • A.

      Circular

    • B.

      Triangular

    • C.

      Square

    • D.

      Rectangular

    Correct Answer
    A. Circular
    Explanation
    Compulsory road signs are designed in a circular shape. This shape is used to easily catch the attention of drivers and convey important information that must be followed. Circular signs are commonly used for indicating mandatory actions, such as speed limits, no entry, stop signs, and roundabouts. The circular shape helps to differentiate these signs from other types of road signs, making them easily recognizable and ensuring that drivers understand the need to comply with the instructions given.

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  • 6. 

    What is the rule at each intersection?

    • A.

      Fork Lifts and Heavy Vehicles must give right of way to other vehicles

    • B.

      Light Vehicles must give right of way to Heavy vehicles

    • C.

      All Vehicles must give right of way to other vehicles, approaching the intersection to their right

    • D.

      There is no special rule at intersections

    Correct Answer
    C. All Vehicles must give right of way to other vehicles, approaching the intersection to their right
    Explanation
    At each intersection, the rule is that all vehicles must give right of way to other vehicles that are approaching the intersection from their right. This means that regardless of the type of vehicle (forklifts, heavy vehicles, or light vehicles), they must yield to any other vehicle that is coming from their right side. This rule ensures a smooth flow of traffic and helps prevent accidents at intersections.

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  • 7. 

    As per TML Travel policy We know that we should avoid driving in odd hours. What is the time period that is defined as “odd hours" ?

    • A.

      8 am to 5 pm

    • B.

      9 pm to 6 am

    • C.

      8 pm to 5 am

    • D.

      10 pm to 3 am

    Correct Answer
    C. 8 pm to 5 am
    Explanation
    According to the TML Travel policy, the time period defined as "odd hours" is from 8 pm to 5 am. This means that during this time frame, individuals should avoid driving as it is considered to be a less safe period for travel.

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  • 8. 

    All company drivers must possess :

    • A.

      A valid Government issued driving license.

    • B.

      An Internal company license

    • C.

      Visitor Pass

    • D.

      Aadhar Card

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. A valid Government issued driving license.
    B. An Internal company license
    Explanation
    The correct answer is A valid Government issued driving license and An Internal company license. This means that all company drivers are required to have both a valid government issued driving license and an internal company license. The government issued driving license ensures that the driver is legally allowed to operate a vehicle, while the internal company license may include additional training or certifications specific to the company's requirements. Having both licenses ensures that the driver meets both legal and company-specific criteria for driving.

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  • 9. 

    What is recommended, while driving vehicles during the day on the highway to provide an extra degree of safety?

    • A.

      Always follow the vehicle in front

    • B.

      Use the low beam lights

    • C.

      Keep the windows always open

    • D.

      Keep the wipers on

    Correct Answer
    B. Use the low beam lights
    Explanation
    Using low beam lights during the day on the highway provides an extra degree of safety because it increases the visibility of the vehicle to other drivers. Even during daylight hours, low beam lights can help make the vehicle more noticeable, especially in situations with low visibility such as fog or heavy rain. This can help prevent accidents by ensuring that other drivers can see the vehicle clearly and react accordingly.

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  • 10. 

    When should all drivers undergo for refresher training.

    • A.

      Once in Two years

    • B.

      Once in Three years

    • C.

      Once in two years or even earlier as decided by the driver’s supervisor

    • D.

      No need for refresher training

    Correct Answer
    C. Once in two years or even earlier as decided by the driver’s supervisor
    Explanation
    Drivers should undergo refresher training once in two years or even earlier as decided by the driver's supervisor. This is because regular training helps drivers stay updated with the latest rules, regulations, and best practices in driving. It also helps them refresh their skills and knowledge, ensuring they are competent and safe on the roads. The supervisor may decide to schedule training earlier if they observe any performance issues or changes in regulations that require immediate attention.

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  • 11. 

    As per SD& VTS standard all motor vehicle collisions and/or parked motor vehicle incidents shall be investigated and documented.

    • A.

      Within 10 days of the occurance

    • B.

      Within 15 days of the occurrence

    • C.

      Within 12 days of occurrence

    • D.

      Within 7 days of the occurence

    Correct Answer
    A. Within 10 days of the occurance
    Explanation
    According to the SD&VTS standard, it is required to investigate and document all motor vehicle collisions and/or parked motor vehicle incidents. This investigation and documentation should be completed within 10 days of the occurrence.

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  • 12. 

    Motor vehicle collisions and parked motor vehicle incidents that involve rental vehicles shall be reported to the-

    • A.

      Rental vehicle company Incharge

    • B.

      TML Security Team

    • C.

      Only Custodian of the Vehicle

    • D.

      Rental vehicle company in addition to internal TML reporting

    Correct Answer
    D. Rental vehicle company in addition to internal TML reporting
    Explanation
    Motor vehicle collisions and parked motor vehicle incidents involving rental vehicles should be reported to the rental vehicle company in addition to internal TML reporting. This is because the rental vehicle company needs to be informed about any damages or accidents involving their vehicles so that they can take appropriate actions such as repairs or insurance claims. Additionally, internal TML reporting is necessary to keep a record of the incident and ensure that the appropriate procedures are followed within the organization.

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  • 13. 

    While reversing

    • A.

      Sound your horn before you start to move

    • B.

      Back immediately -- never trust the scene you checked to stay the same

    • C.

      Don’t ever back further than necessary

    • D.

      All of the given choice

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the given choice
    Explanation
    The correct answer is all of the given choices because when reversing, it is important to sound your horn before you start to move to alert others of your intentions. Additionally, you should back immediately and not trust that the scene you checked will remain the same. Finally, you should never back further than necessary to avoid any potential accidents or hazards.

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  • 14. 

    Who should wear seat belts in a moving 4 wheeler vehicle?

    • A.

      None

    • B.

      Driver

    • C.

      Driver and the passenger in front

    • D.

      All the occupants in the vehicle

    Correct Answer
    D. All the occupants in the vehicle
    Explanation
    All occupants in a moving 4 wheeler vehicle should wear seat belts for their own safety. Seat belts are designed to restrain passengers in the event of a sudden stop or collision, preventing them from being thrown forward and potentially injured. This includes the driver, passenger in the front seat, and any other passengers in the vehicle. Wearing seat belts reduces the risk of serious injury or death in a car accident, making it important for everyone to buckle up.

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  • 15. 

    What is maximum speed of heavy vehicle inside road of TML  premises?

    • A.

      40 km/h

    • B.

      20 km/h

    • C.

      16 km/h

    • D.

      30 km/h

    Correct Answer
    C. 16 km/h
    Explanation
    The maximum speed of heavy vehicles inside the TML premises is 16 km/h.

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  • 16. 

    Who has the right of way  in pedestrian pathways and zebra crossings?

    • A.

      Pedestrians

    • B.

      Two wheeler riders

    • C.

      Light Motor Vehicles

    • D.

      Heavy Commercial Vehicles

    Correct Answer
    A. Pedestrians
    Explanation
    Pedestrians have the right of way in pedestrian pathways and zebra crossings. This means that they have the priority to cross the road safely, and drivers of vehicles must yield to them. This is because pedestrians are more vulnerable and have a higher risk of injury in case of a collision with a vehicle. Giving pedestrians the right of way helps ensure their safety and promotes a pedestrian-friendly environment.

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  • 17. 

    What is the minimum lighting requirement for all material loading and unloading areas either  permanent area or temporary area? 

    • A.

      80 lux

    • B.

      50 lux

    • C.

      100 lux

    • D.

      120 lux

    Correct Answer
    A. 80 lux
    Explanation
    The minimum lighting requirement for all material loading and unloading areas, whether permanent or temporary, is 80 lux. This level of lighting ensures sufficient visibility and safety for workers during these activities.

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  • 18. 

    This road sign stand for...

    • A.

      Narrow Road ahead

    • B.

      Narrow Bridge

    • C.

      Culvert

    • D.

      Crossing

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Narrow Bridge
    C. Culvert
    Explanation
    The road sign stands for a narrow bridge and a culvert. A narrow bridge sign is used to warn drivers that they are approaching a bridge with limited width, requiring caution and potentially slower speeds. A culvert sign indicates the presence of a drainage structure, typically a tunnel or pipe, under the road. Both signs are important for drivers to be aware of potential hazards and adjust their driving accordingly.

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  • 19. 

    Defensive driving techniques mean

    • A.

      Techniques that are used regardless of the actions of others or of adverse conditions created by the environment or vehicle condition

    • B.

      Techniques that are used while driving vehicles in the night

    • C.

      Techniques that are used while driving on the highways

    • D.

      Techniques that are used when the traffic policeman is present

    Correct Answer
    A. Techniques that are used regardless of the actions of others or of adverse conditions created by the environment or vehicle condition
    Explanation
    Defensive driving techniques refer to the strategies and skills that drivers use to protect themselves and others on the road. These techniques are employed regardless of the actions of other drivers or any adverse conditions caused by the environment or vehicle condition. Defensive drivers anticipate potential hazards, maintain a safe following distance, obey traffic laws, and stay alert and focused on the road. They are proactive in avoiding accidents and minimizing risks, making the roads safer for everyone.

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  • 20. 

    In vehicle occupant protection systems  'ROPS'  is stand for 

    • A.

      Roll over Protection Structure

    • B.

      Resting Objects Protection Structure

    • C.

      Roll Out Priventive System

    • D.

      Ready Over Provided Standard

    Correct Answer
    A. Roll over Protection Structure
    Explanation
    ROPS stands for Roll over Protection Structure. This term is commonly used in the context of vehicle occupant protection systems. ROPS is a structure designed to protect occupants in the event of a vehicle rollover. It provides a protective framework around the occupants, preventing them from being crushed or injured during a rollover accident.

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  • 21. 

    What is daily travel limit as TML travel Policy?

    • A.

      350 Kilometres

    • B.

      250 Kilometres

    • C.

      280 Kilometres

    • D.

      320 Kilometres

    Correct Answer
    A. 350 Kilometres
    Explanation
    The daily travel limit as per the TML travel policy is 350 kilometers.

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  • 22. 

    As per TML travel Policy we should not take rest after 2 hrs of driving.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because as per the TML travel policy, it is recommended to take a rest after every 2 hours of driving.

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  • 23. 

    What is the speed limit for vehicles on highways

    • A.

      No limit; depends on the driver

    • B.

      100 km/hr

    • C.

      40 km/hr

    • D.

      80 km/hr or the legal limit applicable, whichever is less.

    Correct Answer
    D. 80 km/hr or the legal limit applicable, whichever is less.
    Explanation
    The speed limit for vehicles on highways is determined by two factors: 80 km/hr or the legal limit applicable, whichever is less. This means that if the legal limit is less than 80 km/hr, drivers must adhere to that lower limit. However, if the legal limit is higher than 80 km/hr, drivers can go up to 80 km/hr but not exceed the legal limit.

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  • 24. 

    This types traffic sign provided  information ?

    • A.

      Mandatory

    • B.

      Regulatory

    • C.

      Informative

    • D.

      Cautionary

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Mandatory
    B. Regulatory
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Mandatory, Regulatory." These types of traffic signs provide information that is required by law and must be followed by all drivers. They indicate specific actions or behaviors that are mandatory, such as speed limits, no parking zones, or one-way streets. Regulatory signs are essential for maintaining order and safety on the roads by ensuring that drivers are aware of and comply with the rules and regulations.

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  • 25. 

    What is the best practices of applying wheel choke on the parked vehicle

    • A.

      Both front wheel

    • B.

      One rear and One front wheel

    • C.

      Both Rear wheel

    • D.

      One front and One rear (Digonaly)

    Correct Answer
    D. One front and One rear (Digonaly)
    Explanation
    The best practice for applying a wheel choke on a parked vehicle is to use one front wheel and one rear wheel diagonally. This method provides the most stability and prevents the vehicle from rolling in either direction. Using both front wheels or both rear wheels may not provide enough stability, while using one rear and one front wheel may not effectively prevent rolling. Therefore, the recommended practice is to use one front and one rear wheel diagonally.

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