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  • 1. It is the process of directing and controlling people and things so that

    organizational objectives can be accomplished.
A) MANAGEMENT
B) TRAFFIC WAY
C) OPERATION
D) TRAFFIC
  • 2. pertains to a course or series of acts to affect a certain purpose; manner of action, or vital or natural process of activity.
A) TRAFFIC
B) MANAGEMENT
C) OPERATION
D) TRAFFIC WAY
  • 3. it refers to the movement of persons, goods and vehicles either powered by animals or animal drawn vehicles or combustion system from one place to another for the purpose of travel.
A) OPERATION
B) MANAGEMENT
C) TRAFFIC
D) TRAFFIC WAY
  • 4. refers to entire width between boundary lines of every way or place of which any part is open to the use of the public for purpose of vehicular traffic as a matter of right or custom.
A) TRAFFIC WAY
B) TRAFFIC
C) OPERATION
D) MANAGEMENT
  • 5. refers to that part of the traffic way over which motor vehicle
A) MANAGEMENT
B) ROADWAY
C) TRAFFIC WAY
D) SHOULDER
  • 6. It refers to either side of the roadway, especially along highwa,
A) ROADWAY
B) OPERATION
C) SHOULDER
D) TRAFFIC WAY
  • 7. this refers to any person or vehicle using a roadway for the purpose of safe travel.
A) TRAFFIC INCIDENT
B) SHOULDER
C) TRAFFIC UNIT
D) TRAFFIC SYSTEM
  • 8. It is an occurrence in a sequence of events that usually results in unintended damage to property, injuries or death especially when motor vehicles and pedestrians are involved.
A) TRAFFIC SYSTEM
B) TRAFFIC INCIDENT
C) TRAFFIC UNIT
D) ROADWAY
  • 9. It is an art which deals with the identity and location of the offender and provide evidence of his guilt in criminal proceedings.
A) TRAFFIC SYSTEM
B) TRAFFIC UNIT
C) INVESTIGATION
D) MANAGEMENT
  • 10. this is characterized by lack of roads, narrow bridges, railroads crossing, lack of traffic facilities etc.
A) POOR CONTROL MEASURES
B) POOR MAINTENACE
C) HUMAN ERRORS
D) PHYSICAL INADEQUACY
  • 11. this is characterized by ineffective mechanical control devices, ineffective traffic officers, and poor implementation of traffic laws,
A) POOR CONTROL MEASURES
B) PHYSICAL INADEQUACY
C) HUMAN ERRORS
D) POOR MAINTENACE
  • 12. many traffic congestions are caused by slow drivers, or poor driving habits. pedestrians mistakes, officer's errors, poor planning, poor legislation, and traffic accidents which are mostly attributed to human errors.
A) POOR CONTROL MEASURES
B) PHYSICAL INADEQUACY
C) POOR MAINTENACE
D) HUMAN ERRORS
  • 13. oftentimes motor vehicles are stalled in traffic ways because of unrepaired diggings cracks on road pavement of unfinished road pavement concreting.
A) POOR CONTROL MEASURES
B) PHYSICAL INADEQUACY
C) POOR MAINTENACE
D) POOR MAINTENACE
  • 14. It is the science of measuring traffic and travel study of the basic laws relative to the traffic law and generation; the application of this knowledge to the professional practice of planning, deciding, and operating traffic system to achieve safe and efficient transportation of persons and goods.
A) TRAFFIC ECONOMY
B) TRAFFIC EDUCATION
C) TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT
D) TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
E) TRAFFIC ECOLOGY OR TRAFFIC ENVIRONMENT
  • 15. It is the process of giving training and practice in the actual application of traffic safety knowledge.
A) TRAFFIC EDUCATION
B) TRAFFIC ECONOMY
C) TRAFFIC ECOLOGY OR TRAFFIC ENVIRONMENT
D) TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT
  • 16. This field deals mostly on the implementation and enforcement of traffic laws and rules and regulations.
A) TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
B) TRAFFIC ECONOMY
C) TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT
D) TRAFFIC ECOLOGY OR TRAFFIC ENVIRONMENT
  • 17. This pillar is very recent which includes the study of potentially disastrous population explosion, changes in urban environment due to the scale and density of new urban concentration and new activities carried out, air pollution, water pollution and crowding, especially transport congestion which result therein.
A) TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT
B) TRAFFIC EDUCATION
C) TRAFFIC ECOLOGY OR TRAFFIC ENVIRONMENT
D) TRAFFIC ECONOMY
  • 18. This is the most recent of the pillars of traffic which deals with the benefits and adverse effects of traffic to our economy.
A) TRAFFIC EDUCATION
B) TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT
C) TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
D) TRAFFIC ECONOMY
  • 19. shall mean any vehicle propelled by any power other than muscular power using the public highways.
A) ARTICULATED VEHICLE
B) PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE
C) DRIVER
D) MOTOR VEHICLE
  • 20. shall mean all pneumatic tire vehicles of types similar to those usually known under the following terms:
A) ARTICULATED VEHICLE
B) PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE
C) DRIVER
D) MOTOR VEHICLE
  • 21. shall mean any motor vehicle with a trailer having no front axle and so attached that part of the trailer rests upon the motor vehicle and substantial part of the weight of the trailer and of its load in borne by the motor vehicle.
A) PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE
B) MOTOR VEHICLE
C) ARTICULATED VEHICLE
D) Driver
  • 22. shall mean every and any licensed operator of a motor vehicle.
A) PASSENGER VEHICLE
B) MOTOR VEHICLE
C) ARTICULATE VEHICLE
D) DRIVER
  • 23. Every and any driver hired for driving or operating a motor vehicle whether for private use or for hire to the public.
A) PROFESSIONAL DRIVER
B) DRIVER
C) ARTICULATED VEHICLE
D) OWNER
  • 24. - the actual legal owner of a motor vehicle, in whose name such vehicle is duly registered with the LTO.
A) PROFESSIONAL DRIVER
B) DRIVER
C) PASSENGER AUTOMOBILES
D) OWNER
  • 25. every person, association, partnership, or corporation making, manufacturing, constructing, assembling, remodeling, or setting of motor vehicles.
A) DEALER
B) OWNER
C) PROFESSIONAL DRIVER
D) DRIVER
  • 26. any building in which two (2) or more motor vehicles, either with or without drivers, are kept ready for fire to the public, but shall not include street stands, public service stations, or other public places designated by proper authority as parking spaces. For motor vehicles for hire while awaiting or soliciting business.
A) HIGHWAY
B) GROSS WEIGHT
C) PARKING or PARKED
D) GARAGE
  • 27. the measured weight of a motor vehicle plus the maximum allowable carrying capacity in merchandise, freight and/or passenger, as determined by the commissioner of the LTO.
A) HIGHWAY
B) GROSS WEIGHT
C) GARAGE
D) TOURIST
  • 28. every public thoroughfare, public boulevard, driveway, avenue park, alley & Callejon, but shall not include roadways upon grounds owned by private persons, colleges, universities, or other similar institutions.
A) OWNER
B) ARTICULATED VEHICLE
C) GROSS WEIGHT
D) HIGHWAY
  • 29. shall mean that a motor vehicle is parked or parking if it has been brought to a stop on the shoulder or proper edge of the highway & remains inactive in that place or close thereto for an appreciable period of time.
A) Passenger automobile
B) Tourist
C) Owner
D) Parking or Parked
  • 30. - a foreigner who travels from place to place for pleasure or culture.
A) Parking or parked
B) Motor vehicle
C) Owner
D) Tourist
  • 31. The letter and numeral prefixes as well as the assigned colors are based on the date and place of registration and purpose of the registered motor vehicle.
A) DIPLOMAT
B) PRIVATE VEHICLE
C) PLATE NUMBERS
D) GOVERNMENT
  • 32. A document issued to the qualified driver who possesses the statutory qualification as provided therefore.
A) DIPLOMAT
B) PLATE NUMBERS
C) GOVERNMENT
D) DRIVER'S LICENSE
  • 33. proper positioning of the motor vehicle while traversing on a traffic way or while on parked.
A) OVERTAKING AND PASSING
B) PROFESSIONAL DRIVER
C) LATERAL PLACEMENT
D) DRIVERS LICENSE
  • 34. -the principle refers to the legal or customary precedence which allows one vehicle to cross or pass in front of another.
A) OVERTAKING AND PASSING
B) None of these
C) RIGHT OF WAY
D) LATERAL PLACEMENT
  • 35. -the driver of any motor vehicle on a highway, before starting, stopping or turning from a direct line, shall first see that such movement can be made safely, and if any pedestrian is affected by such movement, he shall give a clearly audible signal by sounding the vehicle's hom.
A) RIGHT OF WAY
B) LATERAL PLACEMENT
C) OVERTAKING AND PASSING
D) STARTING, STOPPING or TURNING RULES
  • 36. whenever the operation of any other approaching or following may be affected by such movement, the driver making the movement shall give a signal to the other driver/s of his intention to make such movement.
A) Making a Right Turn (Normal Procedures)
B) Hand signal
C) When other Motorists are affected
D) Making a Left Tum (Normal Procedures)
  • 37. the required signal shall be given by means of extending the hand or arm beyond left side of the vehicle or by an approved mechanical or electrical signal device.
A) When other Motorists are affected
B) Making a Right Turn (Normal Procedures)
C) Hand signal
D) Making a Left Turn (Normal Procedures)
  • 38. the following are rules to be observed in making a correct turning to the right from a four-lane street to a four-lane street.
A) Making a Left Turn (Normal Procedures)
B) When other Motorists are affected
C) Making a Right Turn (Normal Procedures)
D) Hand signal
  • 39. Motor vehicles intending to turn left from a

    four-lane street to four-lane street should observe the following procedures:
A) When other Motorists are affected
B) Making a Right Turn (Normal Procedures)
C) Making a Left Tum (Normal Procedures)
D) Hand signal
  • 40. -generally, it refers to procedures, devices, and communication system that help vehicles and vessels safely share the same roads, rails, waterways, or air space.
A) Traffic sign
B) Highway traffic control
C) Traffic control
D) Control technique
  • 41. -a system of traffic engineering employing prescribed traffic rules and regulations and devices such as signals and markings to relieve vehicular congestion and air pollution and to promote safety and pedestrian mobility usually in heavily populated urban areas.
A) Traffic Control
B) Highway Traffic Control
C) Control Techniques
D) Traffic Control as applied to Land Transportation
  • 42. -the primary emphasis of traffic control is on the safe and efficient flow of cars, buses, vans and lores over urban street and highways.
A) Control Techniques
B) Traffic lights
C) Traffic Control
D) Highway Traffic Control
  • 43. Other traffic control techniques include: accept
A) Enforcement of traffic flow regulations.
B) Channelization
C) The use of one-way streets.
D) The use of traffic signals.
E) None of these
  • 44. -motorist depends on traffic control devices to avoid collisions and travel safety to their destination.
A) Traffic light
B) Traffic control
C) Highway Traffic Control
D) Traffic sign
  • 45. they direct along routes and to specific destination.
A) Traffic control
B) Highway traffic control
C) Traffic Signs
D) Traffic lights
  • 46. pavement markings separate opposing streams of traffic and direct vehicles into proper positions on the roadway.
A) Traffic sign
B) Pavement Markings
C) Traffic control
D) Traffic lights
  • 47. to permit safe movement of vehicles and pedestrians at busy intersections. Direct streams of vehicles and pedestrians when to go, stop, or proceed with caution.
A) Traffic light
B) Traffic control
C) Traffic sign
D) Traffic signal
  • 48. one form of transportation in given priority by restricting or banning other forms of transportations.
A) Priority Control
B) Traffic control
C) Traffic sign
D) Impurities control
  • 49. as an alternative to banning traffic, traffic control planners use devices to discourage heavy use of a route.
A) Restraints
B) Pavement marking
C) Drivers license
D) Traffic lines
  • 50. -Used to convey quickly & accurately the wide range of information needed by road users, particularly vehicle drivers, & to promote a safe & efficient use of the road system.
A) Traffic lights
B) Traffic sign
C) Pavement marking
D) Traffic control
  • 51. TRAFFIC SIGNS ARE INSTALLED TO SERVE THE FF. FUNCTIONS:
A) all of these
B) To guide traffic & motorists.
C) To control traffic
D) To expedite traffic
E) To safeguard the flow of traffic.
  • 52. CLASSIFICATION OF INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC SIGNS
A) Regulatory sign
B) All of these
C) Danger warning sign
D) Informative sign
  • 53. these signs are also known as CAUTION SIGNS"
A) Regulatory sign
B) Danger warning sign
C) Informative sign
  • 54. these are sign which impose legal restrictions applicable at particular location usually enforceable in the absence of such signs.
A) Regulatory sign
B) Danger warning sign
C) Informative sign
  • 55. these signs are also known as "GUIDE SIGNS" or "DIRECTION SIGNS",
A) Danger warning sign
B) Regulatory sign
C) Informative sign
  • 56. -These refers to any power operated traffic control device by which traffic is warned or directed to take some specific actions. Traffic light signals are used to control traffic at junctions & also to stop traffic to provide safe crossing points for pedestrians & cyclists.
A) Traffic control
B) Traffic signal
C) Traffic Lights
D) Highway traffic control
  • 57. -these are signal lights designed primarily to control & regulate traffic flow
A) TRAIN APPROACH & GATE SIGNALS
B) TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS
C) SPECIAL PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS
  • 58. STEADY RED
A) All of this
B) Unless specified, you can TURN RIGHT after a FULL STOP to clear traffic coming from the left.
C) Vehicle will be crossing from the "OTHER SIDE".
D) Stop at the designated line
E) Expect pedestrians to cross at the pedestrian lane.
  • 59. STEADY GREEN
A) Pedestrians are not allowed to cross the pedestrian.
B) All of this
C) Unless specified, you can move up to the middle section of the intersection & make a left turn when clear.
D) It is the turn of the vehicles on the other side to stop.
E) GO
  • 60. These pertain to all lines, patterns, words, colors or other gadgets except signs set into the surface of/or applied upon or attached to the pavement or curbing or to objects within or adjacent to the roadway, officially placed for the purpose of regulating, warning or guiding traffic.
A) Highway traffic
B) Pavement marking
C) Traffic islands
D) Traffic lines
  • 61. these are the lines usually white & yellow or a combination of yellow & white officially set on the roadway as separation for motor vehicles travelling in the opposite direction or the same direction in case of two-lane, one-way street, two-lane, two-way street or four-lane, two-way street.
A) REFLECTORIZED MARKINGS
B) OBJECT MARKINGS-
C) PAVEMENT MARKINGS-
D) CURB MARKINGS FOR RESTRICTIONS-
  • 62. these are markings placed on the curbs or edges of the traffic for restriction or for parking regulation purposes
A) OBJECT MARKINGS-
B) REFLECTORIZED MARKINGS
C) PAVEMENT MARKINGS-
D) CURB MARKINGS FOR RESTRICTIONS-
  • 63. these are markings placed on objects on the road or beside the road like humps rocks or similar hazardous objects on the side of the road.
A) OBJECT MARKINGS-
B) REFLECTORIZED MARKINGS
C) CURB MARKINGS FOR RESTRICTIONS-
D) PAVEMENT MARKINGS-
  • 64. these are markings or gadgets or designed to reflect & become luminous when hit by vehicles headlight these are placed or installed in the middle of the roadway to supplement separation line or an object at the side of the roadway w/c are too near or within the road pavement itself.
A) REFLECTORIZED MARKINGS
B) PAVEMENT MARKINGS-
C) CURB MARKINGS FOR RESTRICTIONS-
D) OBJECT MARKINGS-
  • 65. SINGLE WHITE DOTTED LINE - This pavement marking indicates of the ff.
A) All of this
B) On a one-way street
C) On two-lane road
D) Overtaking
  • 66. it separates traffic moving in opposite directions
A) On a one-way street-separates
B) On two-lane road
C) Overtaking
  • 67. separates traffic moving in one direction.
A) On a one-way street
B) On two-lane road
C) Overtaking
  • 68. is possible when other lane is clear of oncoming possible.
A) On a one-way street-separates
B) Overtaking
C) On two-lane road
  • 69. these are painted across pavement lanes at traffic signs & signals, where these lines are present, you should stop behind the stop line.
A) STOP LINES
B) DIRECTIONAL ARROWS
C) THE BARREL LINES
  • 70. usually installed front of a solid obstacle or traffic island at an area of high accident frequency.
A) THE BARREL LINES
B) DIRECTIONAL ARROWS
C) STOP LINES
  • 71. These are areas within the roadway constructed in a manner to establish physical channels through which vehicular traffic is guides
A) PEDESTRIAN ISLAND (PEDESTRIAN BARRIERS)
B) TRAFFIC ISLANDS
C) STOP LINES
  • 72. these are constructed between pedestrian sidewalk & the road pavement to prevent pedestrian from using the roadway to passing and to prevent motor vehicles from using sidewalks for parking & passing purposes.
A) PEDESTRIAN ISLAND (PEDESTRIAN BARRIERS)
B) TRAFFIC ISLANDS
C) STOP LINES
  • 73. these are the raised portion in the middle of traffic way constructed to separate the steams of motor vehicles traversing on opposite

    directions and at the same time preventing the motorists from using the opposite lane for overtaking.
A) TRAFFIC ISLANDS
B) PEDESTRIAN ISLAND (PEDESTRIAN BARRIERS)
C) STOP LINES
  • 74. TRAFFIC ISLANDS ARE FURTHER SUB-CLASSIFIED INTO THESE:
A) All of this
B) DIVISION ISLAND
C) ROTARY ISLAND
D) CHANNELIZING ISLAND
  • 75. Traffic law enforcement action is part of enforcement involving the arrest. issuance of temporary operations permit (TOP) or inspection, report summons, or warning of any person who is believed to have violated a law ordin regulation pertaining to the use of traffic roads.
A) ROTARY ISLAND
B) TRAFFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT
C) DIVISION ISLAND
D) CHANNELIZING ISLAND
  • 76. TWO MAJOR FUNCTIONS OF TRAFFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT
A) Police traffic law enforcement
B) All of this
C) Court traffic law enforcement
  • 77. THREE (3) IMPORTANT GOALS OF ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES
A) To insure harmonious & comfortable enforcement
B) To increase safety level
C) To increase traffic efficiency
D) All of this
  • 78. MAJOR ELEMENTS OF TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT SYSTEM
A) All of this
B) Road users system (traffic way user)
C) Road system (traffic system)
D) Enforcement system
  • 79. A whole police responsibility that entails looking for defects in the behavior of motorists, pedestrians, vehicles, equipment & road condition, requires knowledge of law on the part of the police.
A) Prosecution
B) Penalization
C) Apprehension
D) Detection (of violation)
E) Adjudication
  • 80. It is also a whole police function w/c involves the actual taking of enforcement actions.
A) Apprehension
B) Detection (of violation)
C) Prosecution
D) Penalization
E) Adjudication
  • 81. These are handled by the prosecution & partly the court where the police also provide corresponding influences through preparation & introduction of evidence or close contact w/ the prosecuting officer.
A) Apprehension
B) Prosecution
C) Detection (of violation)
D) Penalization
E) Adjudication
  • 82. While this is obviously a court & prosecutions function, the police provide influence on this step by acting or supplying additional evidence. This step determines the guilt or innocence of the accused.
A) Prosecution
B) Penalization
C) Detection (of violation)
D) Apprehension
E) Adjudication
  • 83. The court after due process imposed the penalty upon the accused if found guilty, the penalty is greatly influenced by previous records of conviction as provided by police, penalty involved is either fine or imprisonment or both fine & imprisonment or may result to the suspension or revocation of the driver's license of the accused.
A) Penalization
B) Adjudication
C) Detection (of violation)
D) Apprehension
E) Prosecution
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