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 1) You may not drive to the left of the edge line marking to overtake on the left:
 
[A] true
[B] false
[C] None of the above
[D] This is permitted in an emergency

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 2) You may drive on the left hand shoulder only when it is safe to do so:
 
[A] false
[B] true, however only if you have clear visibility for 150m ahead
[C] None of the above
[D] true

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 3) You may not overtake a vehicle stopped at a pedestrian crossing:
 
[A] false
[B] true
[C] None of the above
[D] false, Only if there are pedestrians present  

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 4) You may not park with outer edge of curbside wheels more than 500mm from the curb:
 
[A] false
[B] true
[C] None of the above
[D] false, you may however only in rural area's

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 5) Where the road is more than 10m wide it is permissible to stop alongside or opposite another vehicle:
 
[A] false
[B] true
[C] None of the above
[D] false, you may however only in urban area's

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 6) When may a vehicle be moved along a sidewalk:
 
[A] When there is a build up of traffic
[B] When the road is damaged
[C] While parking 
[D] Never

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 7) You may stop on the right hand side of a street after sunset:
 
[A] true
[B] false
[C] None of the above
[D] true, you may however only in rural area's

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 8) You may drive on the left hand shoulder to the left of the yellow line:
 
[A] In an emergency 
[B] Between sunrise and sunset
[C] In an emergency or when a vehicle is legally overtaking & driver has clear visibility for 150 m ahead
[D] All of the above

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 9) You may drive on the verge or shoulder to overtake on the left:
 
[A] false
[B] true
[C] None of the above
[D]  true, however only if safe to do so

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 10) A red triangle should be displayed at least 45 m behind and  in front of a broken down vehicle:
 
[A] false
[B] true
[C] None of the above
[D] true, however this is only required on national roads

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