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Question 1 of 20
when driving in falling snow you should
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A: brake gently in plenty of time
B: be ready to steer sharply
C: brake firmly and quickly
D: use sidelights only

Question 2 of 20
the main benefit of having four-wheel drive is to improve
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A: stopping distances
B: passenger comfort
C: fuel consumption
D: road holding

Question 3 of 20
you are about to go down a steep hill. to control the speed of your vehicle you should
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A: select a high gear and use the brakes firmly
B: select a low gear and avoid using the brakes
C: select a low gear and use the brakes carefully
D: select a high gear and use the brakes carefully

Question 4 of 20
you are driving in a built-up area. you approach a speed hump. you should
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A: stop and check both pavements
B: wait for any pedestrians to cross
C: slow your vehicle right down
D: move across to the left-hand side of the road

Question 5 of 20
what does the solid white line at the side of the road indicate?
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A: edge of the carriageway
B: cycle path
C: footpath on the left
D: traffic lights ahead

Question 6 of 20
you are driving towards this level crossing. what would be the first warning of an approaching train?
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A: twin flashing red lights
B: a steady amber light
C: both half barriers down
D: one half barrier down

Question 7 of 20
you are behind this cyclist. when the traffic lights change, what should you do?
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A: tap your horn and drive through first
B: try to move off before the cyclist
C: turn right but give the cyclist room
D: allow the cyclist time and room
Question 8 of 20
while driving, you see this sign ahead. you should
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A: slow, but continue around the bend
B: stop and look for open farm gates
C: stop at the sign
D: slow to a crawl and continue

Question 9 of 20
when the traffic lights change to green the white car should
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A: sound the horn to warn the cyclist
B: wait for the cyclist to pull away
C: move close up to the cyclist to beat the lights
D: move off quickly and turn in front of the cyclist

Question 10 of 20
you intend to turn left at the traffic lights. just before turning you should
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A: check for bicycles on your left
B: check your right mirror
C: straddle the lanes
D: move close up to the white car

Question 11 of 20
you should reduce your speed when driving along this road because
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A: there is a change in the road surface
B: there is a low bridge ahead
C: there is a staggered junction ahead
D: the road ahead narrows

Question 12 of 20
you are driving at 60 mph. as you approach this hazard you should
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A: maintain your speed
B: reduce your speed
C: take the next left turn
D: take the next right turn

Question 13 of 20
what might you expect to happen in this situation?
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A: traffic will not need to change position
B: traffic will move into the left-hand lane
C: traffic speed will increase
D: traffic will move into the right-hand lane

Question 14 of 20
you are driving on a road with several lanes. you see these signs above the lanes. what do they mean?
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A: traffic in the right lanes should stop
B: traffic in the left lanes should stop
C: the two right lanes are open
D: the two left lanes are open
Question 15 of 20
you are invited to a pub lunch. you know that you will have to drive in the evening. what is your best course of action?
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A: have some milk before drinking alcohol
B: not drink any alcohol at all
C: avoid mixing your alcoholic drinks
D: eat a hot meal with your alcoholic drinks

Question 16 of 20
you have been convicted of driving whilst unfit through drink or drugs. you will find this is likely to cause the cost of one of the following to rise considerably. Which one?
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A: insurance premiums
B: driving licence
C: vehicle test certificate
D: road fund licence

Question 17 of 20
what advice should you give to a driver who has had a few alcoholic drinks at a party?
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A: drive home carefully and slowly
B: go home by public transport
C: have a strong cup of coffee and then drive home
D: wait a short while and then drive home

Question 18 of 20
you have been taking medicine for a few days which made you feel drowsy. Today you feel better but still need to take the medicine. you should only drive
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A: if someone goes with you
B: if your journey is necessary
C: after checking with your doctor
D: at night on quiet roads

Question 19 of 20
you are about to return home from holiday when you become ill. a doctor prescribes drugs which are likely to affect your driving. you should
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A: avoid driving on motorways
B: drive only if someone is with you
C: drive at more than 30 mph
D: not drive yourself

 

Question 20 of 20
you are taking drugs that are likely to affect your driving. what should you do?
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A: only drive if accompanied by a full licence-holder
B: limit your driving to essential journeys
C: seek medical advice before driving
D: drive only for short distances