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Shri. Venkateshwarlu, Joint Transport Commissioner, Hyderabad Road Transport Authority, has officially launched India's FIRST Online Sample Drivers License practice test website (DrivingTest.in) on 14th October 2009 at News Services Syndicate, Hyderabad. This website contains the Driving Test Track pictures and procedures as well.
 

 

  Check Before Sitting On Driver’s Seat
 
Ensure that records of the vehicle are with you
Check the tyre pressure, radiator water or coolant, engine oil, distilled water levels in battery.
Ensure that head lights, signal lights, brake lights are clean and operating properly
Make sure that number plates are clean and clearly visible
Clean the wind screen glass
Make sure that there is no obstacle or animal under the vehicle and that the  front and rear of the vehicle is clear.
   
  After sitting on the Driver’s Seat
 
Adjust the seat so as all the controls can be operated without discomfort.
Fix the seat belt placing the buckle properly or wear the helmet in case of two wheeler.
Adjust the rear view mirror
Make sure gear is in neutral position.
   
 
    Do not operate self starter for more than 15 seconds at a time, wait for few seconds for Re-try
   
  Precautions Just before Moving the vehicle :
 
Check the ammeter, it should show the positive side
Check the engine oil pressure guage, itsshould show between 1.5 to 4.8 Kg.cm
Check the audiovisual warnings for charging of the battery, engine oil pressure, for properly closing of the doors and for releasing the hand brake.
Ensure that all the doors are closed and locked.
   
 
 
The Defensive Driving Code
Care, Courtesy and Consideration  (CCC) for other road users .
Knowledge of Traffic Rules and Regulations.
Alertness for illegal acts and driving errors of other drivers.
Concern for accident prevention regardless of who is in the right.
Adjust the driving habit according to the condition of Road, Traffic & Climate.
 
   
  DRIVING ON CHANALISED ROADS
 
Before Changing lane, check traffic ahead of you and see in rear view traffic behind you.
Give a turn signal or switch ON Indicator to communicate your intention to change Lane.
Just before moving into the other land, quickly glance over your shoulder and check for any vehicles that may be in your blind spot.
On a two-lane road, keep to the left except when you intend to overtake or turn right or if ther in any obstacle on your way.
On a four lane road, left lane is for slow moving vehicles/traffic.
  ROUNDABOUTS
  Most of the towns and city roads of our country have round about junctions, where there are not traffic lights. Drivers are expected to negotiate them cautiously. These roundabouts facilitate smooth flow of traffic. While negotiating a round about, follow these rules :
 
   
While approaching a roundabout slowdown and give way to vehicles already on the roundabout and allow them to go first.
Take left lane or outer lane for left turn. Show the left turn signal before you leave the roundabout to turn left.
To go straight or take right turn show the right turn signal on the approach of  round about.
Use the centre or right lane for going straight or taking a right turn.
Before taking any turn, Show the left turn signal to exit the round about.
Always vehicles  leaving the roundabout has right of way.
   
  Precautions at Road Junctions & Turnings
   
 
When approaching road junction be prepared with your foot off the acceleration and poised over the Brake.
Makeup your mind well in advance of reaching the turning point. Last minute decisions often cause accidents.
Move to the proper lane well in advance of reaching the intersection.
Do allow space for vehicles for free left turn – do not block the left lane at junctions where free left is permitted.
Drivers on a minor road must yield to the traffic on a major road.
Before passing an intersection, look to the right first, because the traffic coming from the right will be closer, then look to the left and take on quicker look to the right.
Control your speed well before entering the curve and shift to the lower gear, it will help you keep control over the vehicle.
Stay on your own side of the road on left hand curves, never cut the corner on right hand curve.
   
 
 
Indications for turnings are to be given 30 meters before the turning.
While approaching a road crossing move into the appropriate lane at least 50M before you reaching a junction. .i.e. Choose left hand lane if you intend to turn left, right hand lane when going to right and center land when going straight.
 
   
  BLIND SPOTS
 
   
Blind spots are danger areas, which cannot be seen by the driver in front or in rear view mirror.
Avoid driving in some one else’s blind spot, speed up or drop back to move from the other driver’s Blind Spots.
Before moving any side ways movement, such as changing lane or passing another vehicle, quickly turn your head to check for vehicles, which are in blind spot.
   
  REVERSING
  Since you cannot see everything behind your vehicle, reversing requires extra caution, remember the following tips :
 
   
Look at your reversing path before you begin.
Reverse slowly, using mirrors.
As far as possible, turn towards the driver’s side turning towards the other side is dangerous because of limited view behind.
Never reverse from minor side road onto a major road.
Fit reversing light and audio warning signals to your vehicle.
In the case of heavy vehicles take the help of cleaner or conductor.
   
 
  WHILE DRIVING…………
                           A MISSED CALL…………..
                                                           WON’T KILL YOU
 
   
  OVERTAKING
 
   
PASS (Over-Take) all the traffic proceeding in the same direction from the right only.
Do not overtake if it is likely to cause inconvenience or danger to the other traffic.
Never PASS /Over-take near a bend or corner or a Hill.
Do not overtake if the road ahead is not clearly visible.
Do not overtake if the Driver ahead has not signaled to overtake (Especially on Highways).
Do not overtake if, the vehicle following your vehicle has already begun to overtake your vehicle.
Do not prevent the other driver from passing his vehicle by increasing speed or in any other manner.
   
  KEEP LEFT
  Always keep left and allow traffic in the opposite direction to pass on the right.
  CAUTION AT ROAD JUNCTION
  The driver shall slow down the vehicle speed when approaching a road junction or pedestrian crossing or a road corner and shall not enter any junction or corner in a manner likely to cause danger or inconvenience to other road users.
   
  GIVE WAY AT ROAD JUNCTIONS
  If the traffic is not regulated at a road junction, the driver shall give way to the vehicles proceeding along the main road and in other junctions give way to all.
   
  RIGHT OF WAY
  The pedestrians have the right of way at uncontrolled pedestrian crossings.
   
  TAKING A ‘U’ TURN
  The driver of a motor vehicle shall not take a ‘U’ Turn where ‘U’ Turn is prohibited or on busy Traffic Roads.
   
  SPEED LIMITS
  The general maximum speed limits fixed under the Motor Vehicle Act (MV Act)
 
Light motor Vehicle (Non-transport) : No Limit
Motor Cycles : 50 KMPH
Lorries , Buses, Taxies, Maxi Cabs : 65 KMPH
Articulated Vehicles : 50 KMPH
   
  The local authorities depending upon prevailing traffic or road conditions can fix Lower speed Limits.

Restrict your vehicle speed to 25 KMPH when passing a procession or workman engaged on road repairs.
   
 
  BUCKLE UP BEFORE YOU DRIVE…..
 
                                USE SEAT BELT – BE SAFE
 
 
 
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