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Lots of people moaning and groaning on how bad Thai drivers and riders are,

Lets see how good you are and would you pass your test today if you was 

back in the UK, Maybe if you have been here a long time like me

We have picked up some bad Thai habits, No Cheating

Mock theory test

Test your knowledge of a wide range of topics from across the UK highway code. This mock theory test uses multiple choice questions from the DVSA revision question bank under licence from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).

 

https://highwaycodetest.co.uk/mock-theory-test-1/

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36 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

I gave up at "puffin" vs. "pelican" crossings.

Must be from another planet (I never drove in the UK).

 

Not the UK surely, I have only heard of "zebra" or "pedestrian" crossings there....

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1 hour ago, KhunBENQ said:

I gave up at "puffin" vs. "pelican" crossings.

Must be from another planet (I never drove in the UK).

 

 

30 minutes ago, transam said:

Not the UK surely, I have only heard of "zebra" or "pedestrian" crossings there....

https://www.drivingtesttips.biz/puffin-crossing.html

 

I wasn't aware of the difference either......

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4 hours ago, transam said:

Not the UK surely, I have only heard of "zebra" or "pedestrian" crossings there....

From test 2:

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At puffin crossings, which light will not show to a driver?*

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A flashing amber light is shown at pelican crossings, but puffin crossings are different.

Puffin crossings are different. Interesting, but here I gave up (non-native English speaker, never driven in UK) :biggrin:

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8 hours ago, ChipButty said:

Test your knowledge of a wide range of topics from across the UK highway code.

That's a silly test your driving skills driving in Thailand should be learnt and observing how Thai drivers and Thai m/c riders behave a UK test is stupid.

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Many of you probably saw the farang run down by a car while crossing the street in the crosswalk area.

 

Thai people were laughing at him saying: " Doesn't he know Thai people do not pay any attention to people in crosswalks?"  Indeed, nor when they a walking in the mall, sidewalks, or pulling out in front of on coming traffic...

 

It is NOT a laughing matter!   😖

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