Road safety quiz (Secondary level) – FINAL TEST


  • Press the START button below to play the quiz.
  • You will get 5 minutes (300 seconds) to answer all the questions.
  • You must have played all the Secondary Level quizzes in order to pass this test.
  • This Final test will have 20 random questions from all the Secondary level quizzes.
  • Questions may be different every time.
  • If you answer all the questions correctly in time, then you will get a certificate.
  • Certificate can be downloaded by pressing Download Certificate on the result page.
  • Press the SEE RESULT button after finishing all the questions to see your result.


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1 / 20

If your helmet is dropped or involved in a crash, you must:

2 / 20

It is safer for children to get in and out on the footpath or pavement side of the car.

3 / 20

Which one out of these causes air pollution?

4 / 20

What should one always do before crossing the road at a pedestrian crossing?

5 / 20

For the seat belt to work properly and to be worn correctly, you must:

6 / 20

You are at a pedestrian crossing, and before you step on the road, the walk signal changes from WALKING MAN to FLASHING HAND. You should:

7 / 20

Is it fine to block the driver’s view in the mirror?

8 / 20

You should always get off the bus, being respectful to other passengers without pushing.

9 / 20

You need to cross a street, and there’s no corner nearby. There are cars parked on the street. What should you do to cross between parked cars safely?

10 / 20

When you’re riding a bicycle on the road, you have to follow the same rules as drivers do.

11 / 20

While riding a bicycle, how will you signal that you are going to turn or move left?

12 / 20

If you are asked by your parents to walk home from school with your younger sister (6 years old), How will you keep her safe while walking?

13 / 20

Which one out of these can reduce traffic on the road and pollution in our area?

14 / 20

Before crossing the road, you must wait on the footpath (or side of the road) and allow the bus to move away.

15 / 20

If there is no footpath, we should walk on the side of the street facing traffic to see the traffic and be safe.

16 / 20

Where should a person stand while waiting to cross the road?

17 / 20

It’s not safe to listen to music using earphones or headphones while walking.

18 / 20

You must make sure that your helmet fits correctly before riding.

19 / 20

You must wear a helmet when riding a bike or bicycle.

20 / 20

Walking and cycling are good for our health and the environment.

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