Test your knowledge of the highway code with this Oral Driving Test Simulator
Today, I’m pleased to welcome Gices Abraham from CleverDodo.mu to promote his new Oral Test Simulator, very useful for those
- Going to sit for the oral test at Les Casernes but also to
- Who want to test their knowledge of the highway code (code de la route).
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Good luck for those going for the test!
With the launch of the Oral Driving Test Simulator, we hope that not only those who’ve got a theory test booked at Les Casernes find it useful but also every single driver of Mauritius. A solid understanding of the Highway Code is imperative for any driver as it nurtures the safety of all road users.
Of course those who are due an oral test have no choice but to learn to their best of abilities and hope they don’t fail for them to be one step closer to getting their driving licence. However passing the practical test does not necessarily make you a good driver and when you start driving independently, you then realise how everyone make their own rules as they go along.
For those who want to assess their knowledge of the Highway Code, the simulator is perfect as it is an online application which is free to use. You have a taster set of 10 questions with no time limit and it doesn’t require any registration as well. If you want to try the test as it would be during the real oral test at Les Casernes, then choose the Mock Driving Test instead.
You will be given 30 seconds to answer each question and when your time is up, it moves on to the next question and when all 40 questions have been shown, your results are then calculated automatically. You need to be a member of CleverDodo.mu or login through Facebook to access the Mock Test as behind the interface, your scores are logged in so that you’re able to see a progress chart of all your attempts.
There are still a few things on which we’re working on to make the simulator more useful:
- Adding a French version of the test,
- Showing back the questions you’ve wrongly answered with an explanation of the correct answer(s) and
- Adding more questions to the tests.
We’d be happy to hear any feedback or suggestions you may have too, so don’t hesitate.