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A long, havily laden lorry is taking long to overtake you. What should you do?
Slow down
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You are in a one way street and want to turn right. You should position yourself
In the right hand lane
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At a zebra crossing, pedestrians are waiting to cross, you should
Slow down and prepare to stop
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You are driving behind a large goods vehicle. it signals left but steers to the right. You should
Slow down and let the vehicle turn
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At a pelican crossing, flashing amber light means you MUST
Give way to pedestrians already on the crossing
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At a puffin crossing, which light will not show to a driver
Flashing amber
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You wish to turn right ahead. Why should you take up the correct position in good time?
To help other road users know what you intend to do
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A bus lane on your left shows no times of operation. This means it is
In operation 24 hours a day
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Diamond shapes sings give instructions to
Tram drivers
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Blue flashing beacons are from (the 4 emergency vehicles)
Coastguard, Bomb disposal, Mountain rescue and police patrol
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You are waiting in a traffic queue at night. To avoid dazzling following dirvers you should
Apply the handbrake only
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You are travelling at the legal speed limit. A vehicle comes up quickly behind, flashing its headlights. You should
Allow the vehicle to overtake
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A bus has stopped at a bus stop ahead of you. Its right hand indicator is flashing. You should
Slow down and give way if it safe to do so
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You are in a line of traffic. The driver behind you is following very closely. What action should you take?
Slow down, gradually increasing the gap between you and the vehicle in front
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What style of driving causes increased risk to everyone?
Competitive
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What type of emergency vehicle is fitted with a green flashing beacon?
Doctors car
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You are driving along a country road. A horse and rider are approaching. What should you do?
Drive slowly past and give plenty of room
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You are driving in traffic at the speed limit for the road. The driver behind is trying to overtake. You should
Keep a steady course and allow the driver behind to overtake
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You are approaching a red light at a puffin crossing. Pedestrians are on the crossing. The red light will stay on until
The pedestrians have reached a safe position
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A person herding sheep asks you to stop, you should
stop and switch off your engine
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When overtaking a horse and rider you should
Go past slowly and carefully
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You have a loose filler cap on your diesel fuel tank. This will
Waste fuel and money and make roads slippery for other road users
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To avoid spillage after refueling, you should make sure that
Your filter cap is securely fastened
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What does tailgating mean?
Following another vehicle too closely
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If your vehicle uses diesel fuel, take extra care when refueling. Diesel fuel when split is
Slippery
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You should never wave people across at pedestrian crossings because
There may be another vehicle coming
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What does a flashing green beacon on a vehicle mean?
A doctor is answering an emergency call
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A vehicle pulls out in front of you at a junction. What should you do?
Slow down and be ready to stop
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Young, inexperienced and newly qualified drivers can often be involved in crashes. This is due to
Showing off and being competitive
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If a vehicle cuts in close in front of you. What should you do?
Drop back to leave the correct separation distance
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You are driving on a clear night. There is a steady stream of oncoming traffic. The national speed limit applies (70mph) Which lights should you use?
Dipped headlights
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What vehicle is most at risk when driving on a road where trams operate?
Cycles
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At a puffin crossing, which colour follows the green signal?
Steady amber
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You are driving at night on an unlit road behind another vehicle. You should
Use dipped beam headlights
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You are driving a slow moving vehicle on a narrow winding road. You should
Pull in safely when you can, to let following vehicles overtake
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When being followed by an ambulance showing a flashing blue beacon you should
Pull over as soon as safely possible to let it pass
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When being followed by an ambulance showing flashing blue beacon you should
Pull over as soon as safely possible to let it pass
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Why is the two second rule important?
To keep a safe gap from the vehicle in front
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You should ONLY flash your headlights to other road users
To let them know that you are there
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You stop for pedestrians waiting to cross at a zebra crossing. They do not start to cross. What should you do?
Be patient and wait
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You are approaching unmarked crossroads. How should you deal with this type of junction?
Slow down and look both ways
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At what type of crossing are cyclists allowed to ride across with pedestrians?
Toucan
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Wet road, how many seconds gap?
Four seconds
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Good dry conditions, how many seconds gap?
Two seconds
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Pelican crossing & Amber flashing light means?
Give way to pedestrians who are crossing
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Horn Rules
- DO NOT USE between 11.30pm and 7am in a built up area or when you are stationary, unless a vehicle poses danger. ALERT OTHER DRIVERS OF YOUR PRESENCE
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You are in a one way street and want to turn right. You should position yourself

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In the right hand lane

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You are driving behind a large goods vehicle. it signals left but steers to the right. You should

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At a pelican crossing, flashing amber light means you MUST

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