Who is Good in Driving Scooter, Tractor and Auto-rickshaw but Not Good in Driving Car? - Logical Reasoning

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Read the following information carefully and choose the most appropriate option:

A and B are good in driving bus and car. C and A are good in driving cars and scooter. C, D and E are good at driving scooter and tractor. E and C are good at driving scooter and auto-rickshaw. D and B are good in driving bus and tractor.

Who is good in driving scooter, tractor and auto-rickshaw but not good in driving car?

Options

  • A

  • D

  • C

  • E

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Solution

E

Explanation:

E is good in driving scooter, tractor and auto-rickshaw but not good in driving car.

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