Road Safety Quiz


Road Safety Quiz



Question 1:

Low level speeding (10km/h or less over the limit) accounts for _% of serious crashes?

A 5%
B 20%
C 50%


Question 2:

Travelling at speeds of 5km/h over the speed limit…

A Has no effect on your risk of a crash
B Doubles your risk of a crash
C Slightly increases your risk of a crash


Question 3:

On a 10km journey how much time would you save travelling at 65km/h rather than 60km/h?

A 10mins
B 5mins
C Less than 1min


Question 4:

How many people are killed or injured in speed-related crashes each year in Queensland?

A Less than 500
B Less than 1,000
C More than 1,000


Question 1:

On a long drive how often should you stop to rest?

A At least every two hours
B When you feel tired
C Every 300kms


Question 2:

At 100km/h how far will you travel during a four second microsleep?

A 12 metres
B 60 metres
C 111 metres


Question 3:

What is a sleep debt?

A Time owing to your company from sleeping in and missing work
B The difference between the hours of sleep you need and the hours you get
C When you have nightmares about your credit card bill


Question 1:

Using your phone when driving increases the risk of a crash by how much?

A Doubles your crash risk
B Triples your crash risk
C Quadruples your crash risk


Question 2:

What blood alcohol equivalent are you if you’re using your mobile phone while driving?

A 0.05% BAC
B 0.02% BAC
C 0.08% BAC


Question 1:

What’s the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit when you hold an open licence?

A 0.00% BAC
B 0.02% BAC
C 0.05% BAC


Question 2:

How many standard drinks are in 375ml of full-strength beer (4.8% alcohol volume)?

A One standard drink
B Two standard drinks
C 1.4 standard drinks


Question 3:

What can help reduce your BAC?

A Time
B Vomiting
C Having a cold shower


Question 1:

The group most likely not to wear a seatbelt is:

A Males under 40 driving in rural areas
B Females under 40 driving in urban areas
C Teenagers


Question 1:

When the speed limit is 60km/h and under, motorists passing a bicycle rider must keep how much distance between their vehicle and the bicycle?

A 1.5 metres
B 1 metre
C 2 metres


Question 2:

When the speed limit is over 60km/h, motorists passing a bicycle rider must keep how much distance between their vehicle and the bicycle?

A 1.5 metres
B 1 metre
C 2 metres


Question 3:

When motorists are passing bicycle riders, to help maintain a safe distance they can:

A Cross double lines (if it is safe to do so)
B Drive on painted islands (if it is safe to do so)
C Both A and B


Question 4:

If a motorist cannot give the minimum passing distance they should:

A Pass without giving the minimum distance
B Slow down and wait until conditions are safe to pass
C Honk at the bicycle rider


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