1) You are on a dual carriageway. Ahead you
see a vehicle with an amber flashing light.
What could this be?
A - An ambulance
B - A fire engine
C - A doctor on call
D - A disabled person's vehicle
2) Why should you check over your shoulder
before turning right into a side road?
A - To make sure the side road is clear
B - To check for emerging traffic
C - To check for overtaking vehicles
D - To confirm your intention to turn
3) You get cold and wet when riding. Which
TWO are likely to happen?
2 answers required
A - You may lose concentration
B - You may slide off the seat
C - Your visor may freeze up
D - Your reaction times may be slower
E - Your helmet may loosen
4) Which THREE result from drinking alcohol?
3 answers required
A - Less control
B - A false sense of confidence
C - Faster reactions
D - Poor judgement of speed
E - Greater awareness of danger
5) Why are place names painted on the road
A - To restrict the flow of traffic
B - To warn you of oncoming traffic
C - To enable you to change lanes early
D - To prevent you changing lanes
6) How would age affect an elderly person's driving ability?
A - They won't be able to obtain car insurance
B - They'll need glasses to read road signs
C - They'll take longer to react to hazards
D - They won't signal at junctions
7) For which of these may you use hazard
A - When riding on a motorway to warn traffic behind of a hazard ahead
B - When you are double parked on a two way road
C - When your direction indicators are not working
D - When warning oncoming traffic that you intend to stop
8) You think the driver of the vehicle in front
has forgotten to cancel their right indicator.
A - flash your lights to alert the driver
B - sound your horn before overtaking
C - overtake on the left if there is room
D - stay behind and not overtake
9) You are riding up to a zebra crossing. You
intend to stop for waiting pedestrians. How
could you let them know you are stopping?
A - By signalling with your left arm
B - By waving them across
C - By flashing your headlight
D - By signalling with your right arm
10) You are approaching crossroads. The traffic
lights have failed. What should you do?
A - Brake and stop only for large vehicles
B - Brake sharply to a stop before looking
C - Be prepared to brake sharply to a stop
D - Be prepared to stop for any traffic
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