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Bicycle Queensland - Road Safety Quiz

Learning Goals:
- To recognise and understand the Queensland Road Rules relevant to bicycle riders.
- Consider methods to improve road safety for bicycle riders and identify the safety benefits.
 
The information in this quiz is developed from the Queensland Government’s bicycle road rules and safety page. This information is easily accessible online, and Bicycle Queensland encourages you to review the road rules regularly to keep up with the changes occurring in a dynamic transport network. Remember that knowing the road rules does not necessarily make it safer for you to be on the road and this content has been created to help raise awareness of the road rules that are important for bicycle riders.
 
Revisit the Queensland road rules with Bicycle Queensland’s Road Safety Quiz. Repeat the quiz until you get over 80% correct and receive your Bicycle Queensland Road Safety certification. Please note you will be asked to repeat the quiz until you get over 85%.
 
 
 
Learning Goals:
- To recognise and understand the Queensland Road Rules relevant to bicycle riders.
- Consider methods to improve road safety for bicycle riders and identify the safety benefits.
 
The information in this quiz is developed from the Queensland Government’s bicycle road rules and safety page. This information is easily accessible online, and Bicycle Queensland encourages you to review the road rules regularly to keep up with the changes occurring in a dynamic transport network. Remember that knowing the road rules does not necessarily make it safer for you to be on the road and this content has been created to help raise awareness of the road rules that are important for bicycle riders.
 
Revisit the Queensland road rules with Bicycle Queensland’s Road Safety Quiz. Repeat the quiz until you get over 80% correct and receive your Bicycle Queensland Road Safety certification. Please note you will be asked to repeat the quiz until you get over 85%.
 
 
 
Name:
Which of the following do you mostly identify with?
Bicycle rider
Car driver
Heavy vehicle driver
Motorcyclist
Pedestrian
Other
How confident are you with the Queensland road rules specific to bicycle riders?
I have no idea
not confident
confident
very confident
Who is permitted to ride on the footpaths?
Only cyclists accompanying a minor under the age of 12
Anyone, unless a sign is displayed specifically prohibiting doing so
Only pedestrians are allowed on the footpath
I don't know
What rules must bicycle riders follow when travelling on paths?
Ride at a safe speed and signal your intentions
Keep left
Give way to pedestrians
Give clear warning to avoid danger
All the above
What speed does a bicycle rider have to travel on a shared path or footpath?
As fast as they like
At a safe speed to be able to slow down and stop if necessary
10 km/h or slower
20 km/h or slower
Essential items for all bicycle riders in Queensland include:
A securely fixed and fastened helmet, bell, or warning device and at least one functioning brake.
A securely fixed and fastened helmet, bell, or warning device and enclosed shoes
A securely fixed and fastened helmet, current driver’s license and a bell or warning device
A securely fixed and fastened helmet, enclosed shoes, and a current driver’s license.
Do bicycle riders have the same rights and responsibilities as other road users (car drivers)?
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0
yes
0%
0
no
Fines apply to bicycle riders and these can be as high as AU$1,044. Which of the following are offences bicycle riders may be fined for? (Select all that apply then click next)
Overtaking when it is not safe to do so
Failing to stop at a stop sign
Failing to give way at a give way sign
Wearing dark, non-reflective clothing
Speeding
Failing to indicate
Causing an obstruction at a level crossing
Is it a legal requirement to have at least one hand on the handle bars at all times?
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0
Yes
0%
0
No
When riding a bicycle behind a vehicle, you must keep at least ____ meters between you and the back of the vehicle when you follow that vehicle for more than 200 meters. (fill in the blank)
2
4
6
8

The passing distance is measured from the:

  • The rightmost part of the bicycle, or the person on the bicycle

        to

  • The leftmost part of the vehicle, or something sticking out from the vehicle (e.g. a side mirror)

The minimum passing distance applies even if the bicycle rider is riding around an obstacle.

 
 

The passing distance is measured from the:

  • The rightmost part of the bicycle, or the person on the bicycle

        to

  • The leftmost part of the vehicle, or something sticking out from the vehicle (e.g. a side mirror)

The minimum passing distance applies even if the bicycle rider is riding around an obstacle.

 
 
If a motor vehicle is travelling on a road with a speed limit of 60km/h or under, what is the minimum passing distance? Please note that this rule does not apply to the bicycle rider passing a vehicle. This is due to the greater risk faced by bicycle riders when drivers pass them too closely.
.5m
1m
1.5m
2m
When passing bicycle riders, can a car cross double unbroken line?
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0
Yes, when it is safe to do so.
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0
No. Cars must wait until it is safe to pass without crossing unbroken lines.
Do bicycle riders have to ride single file when overtaking?
Yes. When overtaking, all bicycle riders must ride single file.
No. Bicycle riders can ride two abreast when overtaking.
Riding side by side increases your visibility and decreases the opportunity for drivers to squeeze you off the road shoulder. However, when riding side by side, riders must be considerate of other road users and not be more than ____ m apart (fill in the blank).
.5m
1m
1.5m
2m
Bicycle riders can ride across pedestrian crossings at traffic lights if they... (select all that apply then click next)
keep to the left of any oncoming rider.
give way to any pedestrian on the crossing.
get off their bike and walk.
proceed slowly and safely.
wait for the green 'walk' sign.
Bicycle riders can ride across a zebra crossing if they... (select all that apply then click next)
come to a complete stop first.
proceed slowly and safely.
are not in a supervised school zone.
give way to any pedestrian on the crossing.
get off their bike and walk.
If there is a marked bicycle lane on the road, can a rider use the nearby footpath?
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0
Yes. It is up to the rider’s personal preference if they chose ride on the marked bicycle lane.
0%
0
No. If the infrastructure has been adapted to suit bicycle riders, this is where bikes must travel.
Can a bicycle rider stop or park in a marked bicycle lane?
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0
Yes, if there are no signs prohibiting it.
0%
0
No. Bicycle riders must not obstruct the flow of traffic.
Bicycle lanes can improve safety for several reasons (Select all that apply).
Potential reduction in risk of conflict between road users.
It means bicycle riders do not have to worry about motor vehicle drivers.
Potential reduction in traffic congestion.
It gives bicycle riders a wider recognised lane to ride in.
It helps control driver behaviours.
This image displays a bicycle storage area. This is a section of road, before an intersection with traffic lights, where a bicycle can wait (for the lights to change) in front of stopped vehicles. Can bicycle riders share this space with other bicycle riders and motorcycle riders (select one)?
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0
Yes
0%
0
No
How do bike storage areas aim to improve safety for bicycle and motorcycle riders? (Select all that apply)
They encourage the motor vehicle driver to slow to the speed of the bicycle rider.
They provide a designated space for bicycle riders and motorcycles at intersections with traffic lights.
They force the motor vehicle drivers to wait for bicycle riders to start pedaling.
They form part of a larger street treatment program that helps reduce the severity of conflict between road users.
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While bicycle riders can use bicycle lanes, bus lanes, tram lanes and transit lanes, the Gold Coast tram system operates on a tramway. A tramway is not a tram lane; therefore, bicycle riders must use the road in the case of a tramway.
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While bicycle riders can use bicycle lanes, bus lanes, tram lanes and transit lanes, the Gold Coast tram system operates on a tramway. A tramway is not a tram lane; therefore, bicycle riders must use the road in the case of a tramway.
At a multi-lane roundabout, motor vehicle drivers who want to turn right must enter the roundabout and turn from the right lane. Does a bicycle rider have to turn right from the right lane?
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Yes. It is always safer turning right from the right lane..
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0
No. A bicycle ride can use the left lane if safe to do so.
We all have a shared responsibility when it comes to road safety, but from the list below select two groups that you think need road safety education the most. (Select two) This question is not marked.
Primary school students
Parents of school students
Secondary students
Logistics and driver group organisations
Commuter bicycle riders
Recreational bicycle riders
Health and fitness bicycle riders
Other
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