F.A.Q. on General Questions
Q. What precautions are required for "Diabetic
Patients" while driving?
Ans: Diabetic Patients are always advised to have meals
and snacks before and during long journeys and take short brakes
while driving. If blood sugar levels go down while driving, they
should take glucose or biscuits to restore the levels before starting
Q. What precautions need to be taken in "Special
Ans: Special Conditions and respective precautions are
- Precautions for Driving in Foggy
It is usually advised not to take for driving during foggy conditions.If
necessary, special precautions should be kept in mind, including:
- Slow down the vehicle speed
- Use fog lights
- Use indicators well before time
- Prefer to drive within speed limits of 5 to
10 km per hour.
- Precautions for Driving in Rain
Roads become slippery in rainy season, so, every step should be
taken to avoid vehicle from slipping. Tips to be kept in mind
- Increase the following distance
- Apply brakes cautiously
- Use indicators and head lights wisely
- Precautions for Driving on Hills
The following points should be kept in mind while driving in a
- Drive slowly
- Remove frost from the front and side mirrors
- Apply brakes cautiously
- Precautions for Night Driving
The main problem encountered during night driving is glarying
of eyes due to lights:
- Don't overuse headlights
- Avoid using any other light in your vehicle
- Do not over speed
- Precautions in Case of Fire
- Turn off the engine and move out of vehicle.
- Try to distinguish fire yourself and in meanwhile
call the fire station.
Q. What is
the "Effect of Alcohol" or any drug on driving skills?
Ans: The drugs alter the driving ability and prolong the
reaction time threatening the safety.
Q. How does vision affects driving?
Ans: Inability to see on the roads while driving may pose
threat to the driver safety.
Q. Can I complain if I suspect I have been
Ans: Yes, you can complain to the local transport department.
Q. Can a foreigner drive vehicle in India
on the basis of Driving License issued by foreign country?
Ans: No, but, if he carries an IDP from his country he
Q. What is the validity of IDP in India?
Ans: 1 yr.
Q. Why do Govt. makes "Helmet" use compulsory?
Ans: Helmets have been made compulsory because head injuries
account for brain injuries in two wheelers.
Q. What is the rule for "Tinted Glasses"?
Ans: The glass of windscreen and rear window of every motor
vehicle shall be maintained in such a way that visual transmission
of light is not less than 70% and side windows shall be maintained
in such a way that visual transmission of light is not less than
50% and shall confirm to Indian Standards.
Q. Is it necessary that the registered owner
has to be available at the time of every transaction of vehicle?
Ans: No, only in case where signature differs or in other
doubtful cases the registered owner has to appear before the concerned
in Transport office. The other person can also represent for transactions