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In order for you - a driver, to obtain your LTO Driver's License in the Philippines, you are required to undergo a written examination and pass the same. If you want to secure or get a driver's license, one of the things that you should prepare for is the LTO Driver's Examination. This test will determine if you qualify to drive a vehicle. It's a privilege to have such license. To pass the written exam, you must be equipped with sufficient knowledge on driving policies, rules and regulations, traffic signs and certain laws. To help you with that, here's a free LTO Driver's License Examination Reviewer for you.

The correct answers are underlined. You must understand carefully analyze each situations you read in this reviewer. To easily absorb and understand what you read, use your imagination or create pictures in your mind for each situation/problem.


Published hereunder are questions and answers on driving test for the information of all concerned. Those applying for a student permit must have a score of 20 correct answers for a set of 25 questions. For non-professionals, 35 out of 40. For professionals, 50 out of 60. Correct answers are underlined.

What are the differences between student permit, non-professional license and professional license?

A student permit is an official document authorizing a person to operate a motorized vehicle in the presence of a duly licensed driver.

A non-professional driver’s license is an official document authorizing a person to operate private vehicles in a private capacity, not for the purpose of earning compensation.

A professional driver’s license is an official document authorizing a person to operate a private or public-utility vehicle for the purpose of earning compensation (e.g., operating a public utility jeep, or getting a job as a chauffeur.

1. The three colors of the traffic lights are:
a. red, green and yellow
b. red, green and blue
c. yellow, green and blue

2. Yellow triangular signs provide what kind of information
a. warning
b. hospital across
c. speed limit

3. Which of the following traffic signs are blue?
a. regulatory signs
b. information signs
c. danger warning signs

4. Steady green light means
a. you must yield to all pedestrians and other motorists using the intersection
b. go, it is safe to do so
c. proceed cautiously through the intersection before the light changes to red.

5. A flashing yellow light at a road crossing signifies
a. Caution - slow down and proceed with caution
b. Stop and stay until light stops flashing
c. Wait for the green light

6. A solid white line on the right edge of the highway slopes in towards your left. This shows that
a. there is an intersection joint ahead
b. the road will get narrower
c. you are approaching a construction area

7. You are in a No-Passing zone when the center of the road is marked by
a. a broken yellow line
b. a broken white line
c. two solid yellow lines

8. When arrows are painted on the pavement, drivers must:
a. must go in the direction of the arrows
b. slow down and prepare to yield right of way
c. are not allowed to change lanes

9. You may not drive across solid yellow lines except to
a. change lanes
b. turn left
c. turn right

10. Double solid yellow lane lines
a. should not be crossed except with due care
b. should not be crossed anytime
c. does not allow lane changing

11. You may not cross a single broken white of yellow line
a. when turning left into a driveway
b. when passing to the right on a one-way street
c. when to do so would interfere with traffic

12. You may cross over a double line on the road to overtake another car if the line on your side is
a. solid white
b. broken
c. solid yellow

13. When you approach a flashing red signal light, you should
a. wait for the green light before proceeding
b. slow down and proceed with caution
c. come to a full stop and proceed when it is safe to do so

14. Which of the following hand signal's must a driver give when he wants to slow down and stop?
a. left is bent at elbow, hand pointing up
b. left arm held straight in horizontal position
c. left arm held down and hand pointing at ground

15. The proper hand signal for right turn is
a. left arm bent at elbow, hand pointing up
b. left arm held straight in horizontal position
c. left arm held down and hand pointing at ground

16. If the driver ahead of your extends his left arm straight out, you are fairly sure that he is going to
a. turn left at the next intersection
b. pull off to the side of the road to stop
c. turn right at the next intersection

17. When approaching a railway crossing with a signal device warning the approach of a train, you must
a. stop not less than 1.5 meters from the nearest rail
b. slow down and proceed with caution

18. At what circumstances should you sound your "horn"?
a. as a safety warning
b. at school zones
c. at hospital zones

19. What does the lane require you to do upon approaching an intersection with a stop sign?
a. slow down and proceed when it is safe to do so
b. stop and proceed when it is safe to do so
c. yield the right-of-way if necessary to vehicles approaching from left or right

20. Upon approaching an intersection marked with a YIELD SIGN, you are required to
a. stop before entering the intersection
b. enter the intersection immediately
c. slow down then enter the intersection when the way is clear

21. The road sign "Do Not Enter" is a
a. Regulatory sign
b. Guide sign
c. Warning sign

22. The Right-of-Way law provides us with
a. basic rights as drivers
b. rules for when to yield to others
c. rules for turning right

23. A good safety rule when you are sure you have the legal right-of-way is
a. never believe on it
b. sound your horn to alert others
c. always demand

24. At rotundas, which of the following vehicles have the right-of-way?
a. vehicles which are just about to enter
b. vehicles within the rotunda
c. vehicles facing the green light

25. At an intersection with no control device, two cars approach at right angles to each other. Which driver must yield?
a. the driver who gets there first
b. the driver who slows down first
c. the driver who gets there last

26. At an intersection with no control device, two cars approach from opposite directions. Which driver must yield?
a. the driver going straight
b. the driver turning light
c. the driver turning right

27. At an intersection without control device, two cars are approaching from opposite direction at approximately the same time, one is turning left and the other turning right. Which driver must yield?
a. the driver turning right
b. the driver turning left
c. the driver who gets there first

28. At an intersection without stop or yield signs, two cars reach the intersection at the same time. Which car has the right-of-way?
a. the car on the right
b. the car on the left
c. the car that slows down first

29. A car is positioned in an intersection waiting to turn left when the traffic signal light turns red. Who should go first?
a. the driver caught in the intersection waiting to turn left
b. the driver making the right turn
c. the driver caught with the green light

30. At an intersection without stop or yield signs, two cars approach from different streets. Which car has the right-of-way?
a. the vehicle already in the intersection
b. the vehicle on the left
c. the vehicle that slows down first

31. The driver of a car traveling on a highway is required to yield to
a. any car coming out of a driveway
b. pedestrian
c. cars approaching an intersection from the left

32. When about to make a left run, you should give the right-of-way to cars coming from the opposite direction
a. until at least two cars have passed
b. which are close enough to be dangerous
c. until five cars have passed

33. If there are pedestrians on a school crossing, you are required to
a. stop and give way only to persons crossing from your right
b. stop only for children and give way to them from either direction
c. stop and do not proceed until all persons are completely clear off the crossing

34. Should a driver turning at an intersection give way to pedestrians?
a. Yes, a driver turning right or left must give way to pedestrians
b. No pedestrians must give way to all vehicles
c. Yes, but only if the driver is turning left

35. When on a street designed for two-way traffic, you hear the siren of an emergency vehicle. What does the law require you to do?
a. pull to the right and stop
b. speed up to get out of the way
c. continue at high speed

36. When two vehicles meet on an upgrade road where neither cars pass, which of the two must yield?
a. the vehicle facing downhill
b. the vehicle facing uphills
c. the vehicle that blow its horn first

37. Before changing lanes in traffic, you should always give a signal, check your rear-view mirror and
a. turn your head to check other vehicles beside your car
b. sound your horn
c. blink your headlight

38. You should change lanes only after you have
a. signaled your intention and checked traffic
b. signaled your intention
c. checked traffic

39. After passing or overtaking a car, you can safely move back into the lane, you left if
a. the driver you have passed honks his horn
b. you can see in your rear-view mirror the car you have passed
c. you can see in your side-view mirror the car you have passed

40. You may pass to the right of a car traveling in your direction
a. if the highway is clearly marked for two or more lanes moving towards the same direction
b. on a road having one lane in opposite direction
c. by driving off the paved roadway

41. If you are traveling in the wrong lane, what must you do to make a turn as you enter an intersection?
a. make the turn as quickly as possible
b. brake or clutch while actually turning
c. look behind on both sides and see if it is safe before you change lane

42. You should begin signaling for a right or left turn before reaching the turning point by at least
a. 30 meters
b. 60 meters
c. 15 meters

43. You should normally begin a right turn on
a. the lane nearest to the road center
b. the lane nearest the right curb
c. the same lane as for a left turn

44. The car behind you wants to pass. You should
a. blow you horn to allow him to pass
b. slow down slightly and pull to the right
c. pull to the right and stop as he can pass

45. When driving on the highway at night, you should use low beam headlights (dim lights) when
a. another driver dims his lights
b. blinded by the headlights of an approaching vehicle
c. all of the above

46. If the brake lights of several cars ahead of you flash on, you should
a. release accelerator and prepare to brake
b. apply your brakes as soon as possible
c. increase your speed

47. Which of these steps is not correct when making a right turn?
a. stop in the crosswalk
b. signal at least 30 meters ahead of your turn
c. watch for pedestrians on the street you are about to enter

48. The driver must not overtake at the foot or approach of a bridge because
a. he cannot see oncoming vehicles form the other side of the bridge
b. there arepedestrians crossing
c. he might obstruct the flow of traffic

49. The best practice when turning left or right while traveling on a highway is
a. to signal your intention as you make the turn
b. to give the electrical and/or hand signal at least 30 meters before you make the turn
c. to disregard signaling if there is no traffic ahead or behind you.

50. Using the shoulder of the road pass to the right of a car ahead of you is
a. allowed if you are turning right
b. allowed if the car ahead is turning left
c. against the law

51. Which of the following is not a safe place to overtake?
a. when approaching a bridge or upon a curve
b. at an intersection
c. both of the above

52. A left turn is more dangerous than a right turn because
a. cars from the right are moving faster
b. you have to be alert for vehicles coming from both left and right
c. four-lane streets are wider than two-lane streets

53. What light shall be used when vehicles are parked on the highway at night?
a. headlight
b. parking lights or lower-beam headlights
c. signal lights

54. Parking lights may used
a. at anytime
b. for parking and when visibility is poor
c. when driving on a well-lighted streets

55. We consider a vehicle parked when
a. it has brought to stop on the shoulder of a highway and remains inactive in a place for an appreciable period of time
b. it stops to discharge/take in waiting passengers
c. it loads/unloads small quantity or freight with reasonable dispatch and moves away without delay

56. When parking downhill, you should turn from from wheel
a. into the curb or toward the side of the road
b. away from the curb
c. any direction will do

57. When parking a card on an upgrade without a curb, the best practice is to
a. get close to the curb and turn the front wheels away from curb
b. turn wheels sharply to the left
c. turn wheels sharply to the right

58. What should you do when parking uphill and there is a curb?
a. turn wheels to curb
b. turn back of wheels to curb
c. turn your front wheels sharply to the left away from curb

59. Before moving your car from a parked position, you should
a. check other traffic, signal and pull from curb when it is safe to do so
b. signal and pull from curb
c. sound your horn and pull from curb slowly

60. You may never park
a. on a crosswalk
b. on a one-way street
c. within 5-meters of a fire-hydrant

61. When loading or unloading passengers, we usually stop at the
a. right side of the road nearest the sidewalk
b. middle side of the road
c. intersection

62. A driver may load and unload passengers
a. only at designated STOPS
b. whenever a passenger signals for a stop
c. before an intersection

63. Whenever you leave the car unattended, the law says that you stop the engine and
a. notch effectively the hand brake
b. shift the gear to neutral
c. close the windows

64. When you intend to drive slower than the other vehicles, you should use the
a. outermost (right) lane
b. center lane
c. innermost (left) lane

65. When you intend to drive faster than the other vehicles, you should use the
a. outermost (right) lane
b. center lane
c. innermost (left) lane

66. Which of the following is the maximum speed limit on expressway?
a. 60 kph
b. 80 kph
c. 100 kph

67. The speed limit within a school zone during school days is
a. 20 kph
b. 25 kph
c. 30 kph

68. When using the basic speed law as a guide, the choice of speed will be based
a. speed of the driver
b. fuel of car being driven
c. traffic and road condition

69. Under the basic speed law, you may never drive faster than
a. that which is safe
b. the posted limit
c. the flow of traffic

70. A safe speed to drive your car under adverse condition
a. depends on the road and weather condition
b. is the posted speed limit
c. depends on the mechanical skill of the driver

71. At night, you should never drive at a speed which would prevent you from stopping within the distance
a. you can't see in your headlights
b. of a 4 car-lengths
c. of 170 feet

72. The speed limit signs along the roadways should be thought of as
a. the recommended speed under the best condition
b. the recommended speed under the worst condition
c. the recommended speed under any condition

73. It is move dangerous to drive at the maximum speed limit at night than during daytime because
a. your reaction time is slower at night
b. the roadways are more apt to be slippery at night
c. you cannot see too far ahead at night

74. Night driving is dangerous because
a. street lights tend to blur your vision
b. more vehicles are on the road at night
c. the distance we can see ahead is reduced

75. When following behind another car, it is considered a safe rule to allow at least
a. space for one car
b. 15 feet of stopping distance
c. one-car length per 10 miles of speed

76. Which of the following should you do if you feel drowsy while driving?
a. pull off the road and rest
b. move over to the right lane and continue driving
c. increase your speed to get away from other vehicles

77. When approaching sharp curve on the highway, you should
a. decrease speed before entering the curve
b. increase speed while negotiating the curve
c. apply your brake lightly while taking the curve

78. Ignoring traffic lights during late hours of the night could
a. make you a good driver
b. involve you in fatal accident
c. decrease your fuel consumption

79. A good driving attitude of a driver is
a. drive slowly
b. drive-defensively
c. take chances if possible

80. Drivers gather most information with their
a. cars
b. eyes
c. hands

81. Which of the following is most recommended in a way of dealing with fatigue on a long trip?
a. stop periodically for rest and exercise
b. eat much and drink a little alcoholic beverages
c. take an over-the-counter "keep awake" pill

82. What habit will help you prevent a fixed stare and resist distraction?
a. ground viewing
b. moving your eyes regularly by looking near and far
c. another car's speed

83. Which of the following can you adjust in order to reduce the chance of collision?
a. your speed and lane position
b. the sharpness of a curve
c. another car's speed

84. Drivers have to make decisions
a. only in heavy traffic
b. only until they become experienced
c. continuously as they drive

85. When interacting with bicyclists, you must
a. be more aware of the road condition
b. adjust speed and increase your space margin
c. use different visual-search ...

86. As you drive, your glances to the side and rear view mirrors should be
a. as brief as possible
b. as long as you like
c. at least one second each

87. At night when you meet another vehicle with blinding bright lights, the safest thing to do is
a. turn your lights on high beam
b. look slightly to the right side of the roadway
c. look at the headlight of the approaching vehicle

88. When approaching an intersection and the roadway beyond is blocked with traffic, you should
a. keep as close as possible to the car ahead
b. proceed slowly into the intersection until the traffic ahead moves on
c. stop before the intersection and wait until traffic ahead moves on

89. Throwing bottles, cans or anything from your vehicle windows is
a. forbidden at all times
b. forbidden only in the province
c. forbidden only is the cities

90. The most effective way to deal with a "tailgater" is to
a. ignore him but don't allow him to get very close to you
b. slow down and let him pass
c. increase your speed and slam on your brakes

91. If you are traveling on a two-lane road and see the chances for trouble are equal on both sides, you should
a. position your car slightly to the right
b. position your car slightly to the left
c. center your car between the hazards

92. When walking on a roadway where there is no sidewalk, the pedestrians must always stay
a. on the left side of the road facing traffic
b. on the right side
c. either way will do

93. In case of an accident, the first duty of the driver involved is to
a. pick-up the injured person and take him to the nearest hospital
b. report the accident to the hospital
c. report the accident to the nearest police station

94. In case of injuries involved in an accident, the duty of the uninjured driver is to
a. call a physician
b. keep the victim lying down
c. try to determine who is at fault

95. To have one's driver's license suspended means to
a. have it revalidated by the LTO
b. have it taken away permanently by the LTO
c. have it taken temporarily by the LTO

96. The main reasons for requiring motor vehicle inspection is to
a. earn revenue for the government
b. give the inspector a chance to look at your car
c. try and make sure that cars meet the safety standards

97. A public utility vehicle can only be driven by holder of a
a. student permit
b. non-professional license
c. professional

98. To own a driver's license is
a. an honor
b. a right
c. a privelege

99. To avoid suspension or revocation, how many days must a driver with an apprehended license settle his case with LTO?
a. within 15 days
b. within 10 days
c. within 30 days

100. When may you lend your driver's license?
a. under no circumstance
b. to another person who is learning to drive
c. in emergencies

101. If you are involved in an accident, how soon must you make a report to your nearest police station?
a. at once
b. within 42 hours
c. within 72 hours

102. The driver's license issued to a driver shall entitle him to operate
a. any kind of motor vehicle
b. only motor vehicles described in the license
c. motor vehicle for lifetime

103. The rate of speed prescribed by law does not apply to the driver
a. bringing his employer to an important official meeting
b. of a vehicle who is in pursuit of criminal
c. operating along the highway where traffic is light

104. A person whose driver's license is under suspension may
a. operate a motor vehicle in a case of extreme emergency
b. not operate a motor vehicle under any condition
c. operate a motor vehicle when accompanied by a licensed driver

105. How should you behave when an approaching officer flags down your vehicle?
a. ignore the apprehending officer and drive away at increased speed
b. stop and argue with the apprehending officer
c. surrender your driver's license and other documents upon demand

106. The purpose of traffic laws, rules and regulations is to
a. generate revenues for the government
b. establish an orderly movement of vehicles and pedestrian traffic and penalties
c. discipline traffic enforcers

107. The deadline to renew the registration of a motor vehicle is
a. at the discretion of the operator
b. at the end of the year
c. on the last working day of the month corresponding to the last digit of the motor vehicle plates

108. A privately registered motor vehicle utilized for hire in the carriage of passengers and cargoes is a colorum vehicle and is prohibited by law. Drivers caught operating such vehicle for the first time is penalized by
a. a fine of P200.00 and suspension of his driver's license for three months
b. cancellation of his driver's license
c. a fine of P500.00

109. Driving without first securing a driver's license is prohibited by law and punishable by
a. a fine of P1,500 or imprisonment
b. disqualification from securing a driver's license
c. fine and/or imprisonment and disqualification from securing a driver's license

110. DOT rules and regulations prohibit drivers of public utility vehicles from
a. overcharging fares and using fast taximeters
b. cutting trip or going beyond authorized line or route
c. both of the above

111. What document must you always carry along with you whenever you drive a motor vehicle?
a. driver's license and insurance policy
b. insurance policy
c. driver's license, certificate of registration and current official receipt of payment of motor vehicle

112. The Director of the LTO may suspend/revoke a driver's license when
a. The driver operated a motor vehicle as an accessory in the commission of any crime
b. The holder has been convicted for three violations of the land transportation laws within a 12-month period
c. both of the above

113. A driver caught operating with an expired license is penalized by
a. a fine of P 50.00 and suspension for one month
b. a fine of P100.00
c. a fine of P50.00

114. A driver caught operating an unregistered motor vehicle is penalized by
a. fine of P300.00
b. suspension of his driver's license for one month
c. a fine of P300.00 and suspension of his driver's license

115. What must a driver do in case his license gets lost?
a. apply for another new license
b. execute an affidavit of loss and apply for a duplicate license
c. apply for a duplicate license from the CHPG

116. The license of a driver who has been convicted for at least three times within a 12 month period may be revoked or suspended by the Director for
a. period not exceeding two years
b. three years
c. lifetime

117. Driving a vehicle while under the influence of liquor or any prohibited drug is not only dangerous but also punishable under the law by
a. a fine ranging from a minimum of P200.00 to a maximum of P300 and/or imprisonment
b. imprisonment of six months
c. suspension of license for one-month

118. The hostile and arrogant attitude of a driver towards a person in the authority or passenger in a public utility vehicle is punishable by
a. a fine of P500.00
b. imprisonment of six months
c. suspension of license for one month

119. Driving with fast and/or tampered taximeter is punishable by
a. a fine of P2,000 and cancellation of the DOT franchise
b. suspension of the operation of the motor vehicle
c. revocation of the driver's license

120. Before a private motor vehicle owner can apply for a DOT franchise, the motor vehicle must be registered with the
a. Constabulary Highway Patrol Group
b. Philippine Motors Association
c. Land Transportation Office (LTO)

121. Public Service Law prohibits public utility driver to talk to this passengers while the vehicle is
a. parked
b. climbing the mountain
c. in motion

122 What traffic violation have you committed if you pick passengers on prohibited zones?
a. discourtesy to motorist
b. reckless driving
c. observing the free flow of traffic

123. Operating a public utility vehicle equipped with stereo-music is punishable by
a. a minimum fine of P300 and suspension of license for one month
b. revocation of the license and registration certificate
c. imprisonment of the driver and operator for six months

124. Public utility motor vehicle plates are colored
a. yellow background with black numerals
b. white background with green numerals
c. white background with red numerals

125. A red flag or red light must be attached to any load that extends over
a. one-meter to the rear-end of the vehicle
b. two-meters to the rear-end of the vehicle
c. three-meters to the rear-end of the vehicle

126. The correct apprenticeship period for an applicant to a professional driver's license is
a. five months and above
b. two months
c. one month

127. A driver with Restriction Code No. 1 in his license is allowed to drive
a. motorcycle only
b. truck
c. cars

128. The motor vehicle plates and driver's license may be confiscated by any authorized LTO agent when the vehicle being operated is found to be
a. unsafe, unsightly and dilapidated
b. color of vehicle is not approved by LTO
c. energy wasteful

129. When a vehicle is stalled or disabled, the driver must park the vehicle on the shoulder of the road and
a. switch on the parking light
b. install the early warning device
c. switch on the parking light and install the Early Warning Device to the front and rear of the motor vehicle

130. The owner of a privately registered vehicle who owns his motor vehicle to be utilized for hire in the carriage on cargoes and passengers is penalized for
a. a fine of P500.00 and confiscation of motor vehicle plates
b. a fine of P300
c. confiscation of motor vehicle plates

131. The Temporary Operator's Permit (TOP) authorizes the driver to operate a motor vehicle for a period not exceeding
a. 72-hours from time and date of issue
b. one-week
c. 15 days

132. A motor vehicle means any vehicle which
a. is propelled by any power and other than muscular using the public highways
b. runs only on mile or traffics
c. is propelled by muscular power such as bicycle and carts

133. Who is a professional driver?
a. any driver hired or paid for operating a motor vehicle whether for private use or for hire to the public
b. an expert and experienced driver
c. one who is not apprehended for any traffic violations

134. When a vehicle startsto skid, what should the driver do?
a. stop immediately on the brakes
b. hold firmly at the moving wheel, slowing down the vehicle
c. turn the wheels opposite the direction of the skid

135. Which of the following are not considered "highways"?
a. public park, alley and callejon
b. roadway upon ground owned by private persons or universities
c. driveway, avenue and boulevard

136. Road goes Left or Right Road Traffic Sign
a. road ends
b. crossroads
c. Road goes left or right

137. Give way yield right of way
a. You must give right-of-way
b. You have the right-of-way
c. Early warning device

138. No U-Turn road traffic sign
a. No right turn permitted
b. No left-turn permitted
c. You must not make a U-Turn

139. Stop Sign
a. Stop only if other vehicles are approaching
b. stop sign 150 meters ahead
c. Make a full stop at the intersection and proceed when the way is clear

140. No Left Turn sign
a. Left turn only
b. one way to left
c. Exit to left

141. No overtaking traffic sign
a. No overtaking
b. No parking
c. Bus stop

142. No Parking sign
a. Indicate that you must not pass
b. No entry of any motor vehicle
c. No parking

143. No Loading and Unloading Sign
a. Motor vehicle cannot load passengers
b. Motor vehicle cannot unload passengers
c. Motor vehicles cannot load/unload passengers

144. No Entry Traffic Sign
a. No Entry to all types of vehicles
b. Full stop
c. Dead-end street ahead

145. Pedestrian Crossing
a. School Zone sign
b. Pedestrian Crossing
c. Playground

146. Road Bends Sign
a. Road bends, prepare to go right and then left
b. Road close ahead, go right
c. You may travel beyond 30 kph

147. 30 kph Speed Limit sign
a. You may travel beyond 30 kph
b. You must limit your speed to 30 kph
c. The distance to the next town is 30 kph

148. Stay on the right side traffic sign
a. Stay on the extreme right side of the highway
b. Road widens ahead
c. Winding road

149. Winding road ahead traffic road sign
a. There is a winding road ahead
b. Road widens ahead
c. Barricade ahead, prepare detour

150. Railroad traffic road sign
a. Railroad crossing, slow down and prepare to stop
b. intersection
c. Highway ahead

151. Humps ahead
a. Humps ahead - slow down to keep control
b. soft shoulder
c. You are approaching a downgrade

152. No Left Turn Road Traffic Road Sign
a. No left turn
b. Exit to the left
c. One-way to left

153. Narrow road ahead traffic sign
a. Divided highway ends
b. You are approaching a divided highway
c. Keep right only

154. Steep Ascent
a. Steep ascent
b. Falling rocks
c. Your are approaching a downgrade

155. 2 meters width limit traffic sign
a. No entry of motor vehicle with more than 2 meters width
b. The width of the lane is 2 meters
c. Keep a distance of 2 meters to the vehicle infront of you

156. Hospital road sign
a. Hospital zone
b. Intersection
c. Highway

157. No blowing of horn
a. Runabout
b. No blowing of horn
c. Winding road

158. Rotunda road sign
a. You are approaching a rotunda
b. You are approaching Bonifacio monument
c. Enter intersection

159. Road works under construction
a. A construction sign replacing flagman on duty
b. Construction sign - slow down, obey
c. This warns of highway work operation ahead

160. School zone
a. School zone
b. Pedestrian lane
c. Playground zone

161. Traffic signal ahead
a. Traffic signal ahead
b. Railway crossing ahead
c. Stop sign 150 meters ahead

162. 3-Meter traffic sign
a. The distance to the next intersection is 3 meters
b. Do not enter if car is more than 3 meters height
c. Stop sign 3 meters ahead

163. Divided highway ahead
a. Divided highway ahead
b. divided highway ends
c. Narrow bridge ahead

164. Slippery road
a. Winding road
b. Curve ahead
c. slippery when wet

165. Two way traffic sign
a. Divided highway
b. Two-way traffic
c. Highway divides

Goodluck drivers!

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