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  2. Driver's license - Wikipedia

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    In 1949, the United Nations hosted the Geneva Convention on Road Traffic that standardised rules on roads, occupants, rules, signs, driver's permits and such. It specified that national "driving permits" should be pink and that an "International Driving Permit" for driving in a number of countries should have grey covers with white pages and that "The entire last page shall be drawn up in French".

  3. Driving licence in India - Wikipedia

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    Tests on basic driving rules are conducted at the RTOs when an individual applies for a provisional licence. The theoretical test in India consists of basic road sign questions, which are the same for car and motorcycle tests: Multiple choice questionsquestions with a choice of possible answers.

  4. Driving cycle - Wikipedia

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    Data collection from the test road is the most important activity. Test road (e.g. city, highway, etc.) measured data are the inputs to the 'Drive Cycle' preparation activity. The procedure involves instrumentation of the test vehicle to collect information while driving on the test road.

  5. Vehicle insurance - Wikipedia

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    Third-party vehicle insurance is a mandatory requirement in Indonesia and each individual car and motorcycle must be insured or the vehicle will not be considered legal; this compulsory auto insurance is legally called the Road Traffic Accidents Compulsory Coverage Fund (Indonesian: Dana Pertanggungan Wajib Kecelakaan Lalu Lintas Jalan, DPWKLLJ).

  6. Blood alcohol content - Wikipedia

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    Blood alcohol content (BAC), also called blood alcohol concentration or blood alcohol level, is a measurement of alcohol intoxication used for legal or medical purposes; it is expressed as mass of alcohol per volume or mass of blood.

  7. Left- and right-hand traffic - Wikipedia

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    Sweden switched to RHT in 1967, having been LHT from about 1734 despite having land borders with RHT countries, and approximately 90% of cars being left-hand drive (LHD). A referendum in 1955 overwhelmingly rejected a change to RHT, but a few years later the government ordered it, and it occurred on Sunday, 3 September 1967 at 5 am.

  8. Mobile phones and driving safety - Wikipedia

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    Mobile phone use while driving is common but it is considered dangerous due to its potential for causing distracted driving and subsequent crashes. Due to the number of crashes that are related to conducting calls on a phone and texting while driving, some jurisdictions have made the use of calling on a phone while driving illegal in an attempt to curb the practice, with varying levels of ...

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