Learn how to use the model town board and pass your NTSA driving test theory exams with our simple step by step lessons. You will also be informed about Model Town Board questions and answers format.
What is a Model Town board?
A model town board is a drawing representation of the road. It is used in driving schools to teach students how to use the road. Some of the features of the model town board include round about, highways, parking, and pedestrian crossing
Types of Roads in a Model Town board
A model town board has two types of roads. They include major and minor roads. The major road has 4 lanes while the minor road has 3 lanes. Lanes are counted from the left to the right.
The major and minor roads are all one-way traffic roads which mean vehicles travel in the same direction of the road.
Rules of the Model Town Board
- Always use the shortest route
- If you must use the longest route, make sure that it is correct
- Use parking as the last option
- Always give way to vehicles coming from the right side in the roundabout
- Always park from the furthest side of the parking
Model Town board Questions
In the model town board, examiners look at whether you understand how to park, change lanes, and observe road rules. A toy car will be positioned in a particular location in a model town board and you will be asked to move it to an indicated position.
We have shared a video that is available on our YouTube channel (Kenyayote Driving) that explains how to use the model town board
Let us know if you have any questions about the model town board.