Test takers may bring into the test room only a clear plastic bag, maximum size one gallon ( liter), which must be stored under the chair. The sealed clear bag may contain only the following items: valid ID; wallet; keys; analog (non-digital wristwatch; medical or feminine hygiene products (including diabetic testing supplies); #2 or HB wooden pencils, a highlighter, erasers, pencil sharpener, pens, and tissues. Beverage in a clear plastic container or juice box (maximum size: 20 oz/591 ml)— no aluminum cans or metal containers permitted. All items must fit in the clear bag such that the bag can be sealed.
It has been estimated that more than half of Ethiopia's produce is transported by pack animals, reflecting the inadequacy of the country's road network and the rugged terrain. About 75% of Ethiopian farms are more than a one-day walk to the nearest road. The road system in 2003 comprised an estimated 33,856 km (21,058 mi), of which 4,367 km (2,716 mi) were paved. The number of passenger cars in use in 2003 was 63,200, and the number of commercial vehicles was 48,900. As of 2003, there was only one vehicle registered for every 1, inhabitants. Bus services link provincial centers to the capital.