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Common theory questions

How far behind the car should you place the warning triangle?

On roads where the speed limit is 60 km/h or higher you must put out a warning triangle 50-100 metres behind the car.

However, if your car is obscured by a sharp turn or a hilltop, you must place the warning triangle at least 100 metres behind the car, before the turn or hill begins. If the turn or slope is long, you may need to put out the warning triangle more than 100 metres behind the car.

If possible, you should also put out a second warning triangle in the oncoming lane.