Driver Knowledge Test | Learners Licence Queensland

30. ♦ REGULATORY SIGNS - P1 AND P2 LEARNERS THEORY

 
 

WRONG WAY - GO BACK SIGN

P1 AND P2 TRANSIT LANE SIGNS


Action:

This sign prevents you from driving in the wrong direction along an exit ramp of a motorway.
If you do drive onto an exit ramp, stop and reverse back when safe to do so.



EMERGENCY STOPPING LANE ONLY SIGN

P1 AND P2 transit lane restriction sign
Action:

An emergency stopping lane is a marked lane or part of a marked lane, at the start of a freeway or motorway, kept free for emergencies.
You must not drive in a signed emergency stopping lane unless:

you need to drive there to avoid a crash you need to stop in an emergency your vehicle has become damaged or breaks down.An emergency stopping lane is a marked lane or part of a marked lane, at the start of a freeway or motorway, kept free for emergencies.

You must not drive in a signed emergency stopping lane unless:
• you need to drive there to avoid a crash
• you need to stop in an emergency
• your vehicle has become damaged or breaks down.



PROHIBITED ON FREEWAY OR MOTORWAY SIGNS

P1 AND P2 LEARNERS LICENCE


Action:

Prohibited on freeway or motorway signs Prohibited on freeway signs mean some road users cannot enter a freeway. These signs list the types of road users not allowed to enter a freeway:
• pedestrians
• cyclists
• mopeds
• people riding an animal
• drivers of a tractor or a piece of agricultural machinery.