Only drive during the day
Have good knowledge of traffic rules and regulations.
Are able to anticipate and react accordingly to traffic hazards
Exercise patience on the road
Slow down, inch your way forward and stop close behind it.
Keep a further distance from it than you would from a smaller vehicle.
Switch on your hazard lights.
Pull your handbrake
Slow down and direct your gaze to the left in order to avoid the glare.
Slow down immediately and beam your headlights in order to avoid the glare.
Speed up and bypass it in order to avoid the glare.
Drive with hazard lights on.
Stop your vehicle immediately and wait for the weather to pass.
Maintain the same speed.
Drive at a slower speed.
Depress and release the brake pedal repeatedly.
Use handbrake and footbrake concurrently.
Brake hard until the car stops.
Use handbrake only.
Answer it if you have hands-free device.
Let the call go to voice mail.
Answer it if the call is from your parents.
Answer while driving, and keep a look out for traffic police.
Drive at a constant speed to gain better traction.
Apply the brakes firmly to prevent your vehicle from sliding.
Slow down gradually and not apply the brakes.
Honk your horn to warn the driver and maintain your speed.
Maintain your speed and take your right of way.
Slow or stop your car to prevent an accident.
Overtake then yell at the driver while giving the finger.
Speed up and drive through the junction.
Slow down and prepare to stop if the traffic light turns amber.
Maintain your speed.
Honk your horn and flash your lights and go fast through the junction.
55 km/h or faster - The speed of traffic.
Anywhere between 50 km/h and 55 km/h.
No faster than 50 km/h.
At least 10km/h faster than the speed limit.
Signal, check your mirrors and then change lanes.
Just change lanes, vehicles will slow down for you.
Check your mirror, look over your shoulder and then change lanes.
Signal, check your mirrors and then look over your shoulder.
Increases fuel efficiency.
Helps prevent traffic congestion.
Increases your chance of an accident.
Is ok if you are a parent and late picking up your child.
Another road user cuts your lane abruptly.
Alerting other road users.
Another vehicle is in your way.
Pedestrain jay-walk and you have the right of way.
5 to 10 km/h slower than traffic on the expressway.
At or near the same speed of traffic on the expressway.
The posted speed limit for traffic on the expressway.
At your vehicle speed limit.
Low beam headlights
Fog lights only
They are eliminated if you have one outside mirror on each side of vehicle.
Blind spots can be checked by looking in your rear view mirrors.
Certain cars do not have blind spots.
Large trucks have bigger blind spots than passenger vehicles.
Keep calm and not panic.
Contact your supervisor immediately.
Check if you or anyone is injured.
All of the above.
Will cause confusion to other road users.
Can give a warning to vehicle following behind.
Should only be performed during an emergency.
Will damage the vehicle braking system.
Warn the vehicle in front by pressing the horn.
Reduce the speed to prevent traffic accident.
Maintain the speed.
Increase the speed to prevent obstructing of traffic behind.
The estimation of speed and distance of vehicle behind you.
The estimation of speed and distance of vehicle infront you.
The estimation of speed and distance of vehicle beside you.
None of the above.
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