I’ve got the handbook right now, here are a few samples of the zanier questions:
How does a driver think about his clothes and appearance?
(1) There are no restrictions. (2) He should be clean and dignified. (3) It is not important.
The driver follows traffic rules because… (1) he is afraid of being punished. (2) he has the sense of responsibility, honor for personal and other people’s safety. (3) there is someone to supervise him.
When you see other vehicles or pedestrians misbehaving, you will be angry and feel like fighting or using abusive language or loosing your temper, how do you control yourself? You should (1) be patient and give way. (2) argue with the in accordance with the law. (3) do not speak.
If drivers want to be honored, happy, safe on traffic, they should (1) have a sense of morality and follow the laws. (2) have good driving skills. (3) not drink and smoke.
To ensure the safety of oneself and other people, the driver should always make an effort on cultivating his morality and (1) control himself and help others. (2) control others from flauting other’s physical superiority. (3) find ways to deal with others.
If blood continuously gushes out, this means (1) vein bleeding. (2) capillary bleeding. (3) artery bleeding.
True or False:
Politeness and tolerance are the best virtues of showing driving morals.
I find two drug dealers whispering in my taxi. In order to help my country, I should think up a method to report the police station and not let them escape. (my favorite!)
If I find that passengers are suspicious, I should refuse to take them by pretext.
Alcoholics or drug addicts cannot take the driving test.