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  1. Aside from pedestrian crossing lane, parking is also prohibited at:
    The intersection and within 6 meters and next to the side of another vehicle parked or double parking
  2. Always carry a pair of Early Warning Device (EWD) on vehicles with 4 wheels or more and use them when stalled due to motor vehicle defects. How do you/ use EWD?
    Put the EWD for a distance of 4 meters in front and 4 meters at the rear of the stalled vehicle
  3. In the Philippines, distance is measured from the __ in each province which should be somewhere near the provincial building.
    Kilometer Post
  4. How are the traffic lights arranged in the order starting from the top?
    Red, yellow and green
  5. When can you lend your driver's license?
    Under no circumstances
  6. Traffic jam can be prevented if you:
    Keep opposing lanes open
  7. If you are parking uphill on a street without a curb, turn the wheels towards the____
    Edge of the street
  8. At an intersection with a traffic light, make a left turn only when:
    The green light is on and there is a left turn light
  9. Graft and corruption in the traffic enforcement system can be eliminated by:
    Self disciplined drivers and obeying traffic rules and regulations
  10. On a four (4) lanes road with single white line, you can:
    Overtake by passing over the solid white line
  11. A double solid yellow line with broken white line in between means:
    Absolutely no overtaking
  12. When making a U-turn you should:
    Check for traffic behind you and indicate your intentions with a left turn signal
  13. Signs that are triangular in shape and with a red colored border are called:
    Caution or warning sign
  14. Signs that are round, inverted triangle or octagonal and with red colored boarders are called;
    Regulatory signs
  15. Signs that are round, rectangular with white and blue background are called:
    Informative signs
  16. Single with broken line on a two-lane road means:
    It separates traffic moving in opposite directions
  17. What to do when you approach a crosswalk or pedestrian lane?
    Stop and yield to pedestrians
  18. Driving an unregistered motor vehicle is a violation with a fine of:
    Fine of Php 10,000
  19. What is considered a parking violation?
    Parking within 5 meters from a signalized intersection
  20. Green light at an intersection means:
    Pedestrians are not allowed to cross the pedestrian lanes
  21. Steady red light at an intersection means:
    Stop at the designated line
  22. Flashing yellow light means:
    Proceed through the intersection with caution
  23. The penalty of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol for the first offense:
    Non-professional driver's license shall be confiscated and suspended for a period of twelve (12) months upon final conviction by a regular court
  24. When a driver of PUV refuses to render service, convey passengers, such violation is penalized with:
    Fine of Php 1,000
  25. If the driver is using a motor vehicle in committing a crime and is convicted, his driver's license shall be;
    Revoked and will pay a fine
  26. The Temporary Operator's Permit (TOP) authorizes the apprehended driver to operate motor vehicle for a period not exceeding_
    72 hours from the time and date of the issued TOP
  27. When do you have a complete/full stop?
    At a red traffic light
  28. On a two-lane road, overtaking is only allowed only at the:
    Left lane
  29. Parking is considered as a violation when a motor vehicle:
    Park at the entrance and exit of hospital and fire stations
  30. Parking is prohibited:
    Within an intersection
  31. When the traffic light is steady green and steady left/right arrow:
    Vehicles can go straight or vehicles on the right /left can make a left/right turn
  32. What is the maximum penalty for driving under the influence of liquor or prohibited drugs?
    Revocation of license
  33. If a driver is found to have a fake or counterfeit license, his driver's license shall be:
    Confiscated and cannot secure a driver's license for six (6) months in an addition to a fine
  34. On a wet road, you must:
    Slow down
  35. While driving with a maximum speed and you have to stop suddenly, you should:
    Apply your brakes gently with steady pressure
  36. When another vehicle is following you too close, you should:
    Slow down gradually and give him the signal to overtake you
  37. A driver while on highway shall yield the right of way to:
    Pedesrians within a crosswalk
  38. When parking uphill without a curb, turn your wheels:
    Towards the edge of the road
  39. When parking downhill, you must;
    Turn your wheels to curb
  40. When parking uphill, you must:
    Turn your wheels away from the curb
  41. When you make an abrupt move especially when you are on a wet and possibly slippery road, the one action that can cause you to skid and lose control:
    Improper braking
  42. If your motor vehicle breaks down on the road, what should you do?
    Switch on the hazard warning lights and display an EWD at least 1 O meters behind the stalled device.
  43. What documents should a driver carry all the time when he is driving?
    Driver's License, Certificate of Registration and current Official Receipt (OR/CR)
  44. When can a driver's license be lent out?
    It must not be lent out.
  45. The Road Users Charge Law (R.A. No. 8794) was enacted by the Philippine Congress to serve as basis for.
    Collecting registration fee for motor vehicle
  46. What should you do to avoid air pollution especially from motor vehicles
    Help enforce the law by having regular motor vehicle check-up and not overloading
  47. type of field sobriety test that requires to stand an either right or left leg with both arms on the side. The driver is instructed to keep the foot raised about six (6) inches off the ground for thirty (30) seconds.
    The One-Leg Stand
  48. A type of field sobriety test that requires the driver to walk heel-to-toe along a straight line for nine (9) steps, turn at the end and return to the point of origin without any difficulty.
    The Walk-and-Turn
  49. What is the short title of R.A. No. 10586?
    Anti- Drunk and Drugged Driving Act of 2013
  50. It refers to any land transportation vehicles propelled by any other power than muscular power.
    motor vehicle
  51. A driver found to have been driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, dangerous drugs and/or other similar substances, as provided for under section 5 of this Act, shall be penalized if the violation did not result in physical injuries or homicide with:
    three (3) months imprisonment, and a fine ranging from Twenty thousand pesos (Php20,000.00) to Eighty thousand pesos (Php80,000.00)
  52. It shall mean that the LEO has reasonable ground to believe that the person driving the motor vehicle is under the influence of alcohol, dangerous drugs and/or other similar substances upon personally  witnessing a traffic offense committed.
    probable cause
  53. It refers to horizontal or lateral jerking of the driver's eyes as he or she gazes sideways following a moving object such as pen or the tip of a penlight held by the LEO from a distance of about one (1) foot away from the face of the driver.
    The Eye Test ("horizontal gaze nystagmus")
  54. For drivers of trucks, buses, motorcycles and public utility vehicles, a BAC level of more than shall be conclusive proof that said driver is driving under the influence of alcohol.
  55. It refers to measure of amount of alcohol in a person's blood.
    Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)
  56. It refers to standardized tests to initially assess and determine intoxication.
    Field Sobriety Test
  57. A driver of a private motor vehicle with a gross vehicle weight not exceeding 4500 kg. a BAC level of _ or higher shall be conclusive proof that said driver is driving under the influence of alcohol.
  58. It is an equipment that can be determine the BAC level of a person through testing of his breath.
    Alcohol Breath Analyzer
  59. It refers to an act penalizing person under the influence of alcohol, dangerous drugs, and similar substances, and for other purpose.
    R.A. No. 10586
  60. Whenever you park, remember to:
    Turn off the engine and engage the hand brake
  61. When driving downhill on a mountain road always:
    Shift to low gear
  62. The purpose of traffic laws, rules and regulations is to:
    Establish an orderly movement of road users and penalize erring drivers
  63. A double solid yellow line means:
    Absolutely no overtaking
  64. The blind spot is the area to your right or left that you do not see in the side view mirror, what will you do before your backup?
    Turn your head to see that the way is clear
  65. In adverse driving conditions, the 2-second rule should be increased to:
    4-second rule
  66. Using the shoulder of the road to pass the right side of a car ahead is:
    Against the law
  67. The most important sense the driver needs in driving is:
  68. Double yellow solid lines:
    Should not crossed anytime
  69. When driving at night you should :
    Reduce your speed because it is harder to see something lying in the road
  70. What hand signal must a driver give when he wants to turn left?
    Left arm held straight horizontally
  71. What hand signal must a driver give when he wants to stop?
    Left arm held down and hand pointing at the ground
  72. At an intersection with no traffic signals, two cars approach at right angles to each other, which driver must yield?
    The car on the left
  73. At an intersection with no traffic signals, two cars approach at right angles to each other, which driver must yield?
    The driver who gets there last
  74. It is not a safe place to overtake an :
    intersection and when approaching a bridge or a curve
  75. When you intend to drive slower than another vehicle, you should use:
    Outermost (right) lane
  76. On the expressway, if a driver tries to drive slower that the traffic, he is a hazard to the cars:
  77. Keeping one's distance lessens the risk of accident. One good Rule is to leave a car length or:
    2-second rule
  78. A driver park or stop at the side of the road within 6 meters of a crosswalk because it reduces the visibility of pedestrians to other drivers.
    Should not
  79. A driver must not park or stop at the side of the road with a "STOP SIGN" or a traffic control signal because it reduces visibility for other drivers, especially when it is within:
    6 meters
  80. The traffic signal light that means you can go if the intersection is clear:
    Steady green light
  81. A traffic signal light that warns you that the red light is about to turn on:
    Steady yellow light
  82. The Traffic light or signal that tells you to stop before the intersection is:
    Steady Red Light
  83. What affects your visibility while driving at night?
    Defective and dirty headlights
  84. Steady green light at an intersection means:
    Pedestrians are not allowed to cross the pedestrian lanes
  85. The most effective way to deal with a tailgater is to:
    Slow down and let him pass
  86. Chances of being hurt or killed while driving is reduced if one is wearing:
    Seat belts/helmets
  87. When you are parked at the side of the road at night, you must:
    Warn others by turning on your 4-way emergency flashers
  88. At an intersection with traffic signals, if you are not in the proper lane to make a right or left turn you should:
    Continue to the next intersection to make the desired turn
  89. Describes the thinking of a defensive driver.
    Considers what other drivers might do and is preparing to do
  90. As per R.A 4136, the brakes on every vehicle (other than a motorcycle) must:
    Consist of a good foot and hand brake
  91. Before making a turn, the driver should use the turn signal at what distance?
    30 meters
  92. It is illegal to park:
    within 4 meters of a fire hydrant and within 6 meters from the intersection
  93. When do you park or stop should a heavy fog occurs?
    Park at a rest area or vehicle stop until the fog has lifted.
  94. When do you drive off of the paved roadway to pass another vehicle?
    Under no circumstances
  95. Having a driver's license is a:
  96. To avoid confusion to other road users, after changing lanes, finishing a turn and overtaking the driver should:
    Make sure your signal light turns off after changing lanes, overtaking and finishing a turn
  97. When following behind another car, it is considered safe rule to allow at least:
    One car length per 10 miles or 20 kms.
  98. In changing lanes, what should be done first?
    Make signal
  99. If you are driving in a curb lane which ends ahead, what would you do first in order to merge without interfering with other traffic?
    Change lane to the left
  100. If a driver passes a blind person, he:
    Should not sound his horn
  101. The effects of alcohol in driving are:
    Poor coordination of body movements and lack of judgement
  102. How close should another car before dim your headlights?
    150 meters
  103. When parking uphill with a curb, turn wheels towards the:
    Center of the street
  104. To obtain one's driver's license, one must be at least:
    18 years old
  105. When a vehicle starts to skid, what should you do:
    Slow down, ease off the gas pedal and turn your wheels to the direction of the skid
  106. A red flag or red light must be attached to any load that extends over:
    One meter to the rear-end of the vehicle
  107. Using the shoulder of the road to pass the right of the car ahead of you is:
    Against the law
  108. The traffic sign in an inverted triangle means
    Give Way sign
  109. When the vehicle you are driving runs off the road or hits an electric post or parked car, your most probable reason is:
    You are driving too fast and lost control of your vehicle
  110. Passing/overtaking is allowed:
    On highway with two or more lanes
  111. A single solid yellow or white line means:
    Passing/overtaking is not allowed
  112. When an oncoming vehicle is forced to cross the centerline to avoid hitting another vehicle which suddenly pulled out from the lane, just:
    Be alert and be prepared to slow down and give way
  113. When an oncoming vehicle crosses the centerline in a straight road you should be:
    Slow down and keep to right
  114. When oncoming vehicle deliberately crosses the centerline to pass another vehicle, you should be:
    Alert and be ready to slow down or stop if necessary
  115. Being passed is normal part of driving and should not be taken as an insult to one's ability, you should:
    Slow down and make it easy to stop
Card Set
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A flashcard for Filipino's Driving Manual.