Kenya’s driving test can be a source of great anxiety for learners. Fortunately most will only need to endure it once in their life time. Still, actual events of the day of the test are markedly mysterious. Here is the recent experience of a learner who used one of the largest and most visible driving schools in Nairobi. Continue reading
The main purpose of road signs, traffic lights and highway surface markings is to regulate the flow of traffic on public roads so as to assure the safe and orderly sharing of our roads by all users.
So, what are the 6 most-flouted road signs in Kenya and their meanings? Our (admittedly unscientific) observation around the main cities and towns in Kenya reveal the following:
How well do you know the road signs of Kenya? Can you list them? Describe them? Have you mastered the Golden Rule? The meanings of the marks painted on the roadways and pavements? According to one study, 80% of drivers rate themselves as above average — a statistical impossibility. Practice tests and sample questions can help you confirm your level of preparedness.
The Kenyan driving test provides opportunities for you to demonstrate your knowledge of:
- the road signs of Kenya and their meanings
- the rules of the road and how to share the road with other users
- your practical ability to drive a vehicle safely, in accordance with the law, and with consideration for other road users