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Question 1 of 25

You notice horse riders in front. What should you do first?

Pull out to the middle of the road

Slow down and be ready to stop

Accelerate around them

Signal right

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Question 2 of 25

What's the purpose of these road markings?

To ensure children have a clear view from the crossing area

To enable teachers to have clear access to the school

To ensure delivery vehicles have easy access to the school

To enable parents to pick up or drop off children safely

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Question 3 of 25

You're travelling behind a moped. What should you do when you want to turn left just ahead?

Overtake the moped before the junction

Pull alongside the moped and stay level until just before the junction

Sound your horn as a warning and pull in front of the moped

Stay behind until the moped has passed the junction

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Question 4 of 25

You want to turn right from a main road into a side road. What should you do just before turning?

Cancel your right-turn signal

Select first gear

Check for traffic overtaking on your right

Stop and set the handbrake

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Question 5 of 25

You see a horse rider as you approach a roundabout. What should you do if they're signalling right but keeping well to the left?

Proceed as normal

Keep close to them

Cut in front of them

Stay well back

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Question 6 of 25

You intend to turn right into a side road. Why should you check for motorcyclists just before turning?

They may be overtaking on your left

They may be following you closely

They may be emerging from the side road

They may be overtaking on your right

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Question 7 of 25

You're following a cyclist. What should you do when you wish to turn left just ahead?

Overtake the cyclist before you reach the junction

Pull alongside the cyclist and stay level until after the junction

Hold back until the cyclist has passed the junction

Go around the cyclist on the junction

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Question 8 of 25

You see a pedestrian carrying a white stick with a red band. What does this tell you?

They have limited mobility

They're deaf

They're blind

They're deaf and blind

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Question 9 of 25

Where would you see this sign?

In the window of a car taking children to school

At the side of the road

At playground areas

On the rear of a school bus or coach

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Question 10 of 25

What should you do when passing sheep on a road?

Briefly sound your horn

Go very slowly

Pass quickly but quietly

Herd them to the side of the road

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Question 11 of 25

You're at the front of a queue of traffic waiting to turn right into a side road. Why is it important to check your right mirror just before turning?

To look for pedestrians about to cross

To check for overtaking vehicles

To make sure the side road is clear

To check for emerging traffic

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Question 12 of 25

You're dazzled at night by a vehicle behind you. What should you do?

Set your mirror to the anti-dazzle position

Set your mirror to dazzle the other driver

Brake sharply to a stop

Switch your rear lights on and off

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Question 13 of 25

You're about to reverse into a side road. A pedestrian is waiting to cross behind you. What should you do?

Wave to the pedestrian to stop

Give way to the pedestrian

Sound your horn to warn the pedestrian

Reverse before the pedestrian starts to cross

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Question 14 of 25

You're driving in a slow-moving queue of traffic. Just before changing lane, what should you do?

Sound the horn and flash your lights

Look for motorcyclists filtering through the traffic

Give a 'slowing down' arm signal

Change down to first gear

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Question 15 of 25

How will a school crossing patrol signal you to stop?

By pointing to children on the opposite pavement

By displaying a red light

By displaying a 'stop' sign

By giving you an arm signal

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Question 16 of 25

You're following two cyclists. They approach a roundabout in the left-hand lane. In which direction should you expect the cyclists to go?

Left

Right

Any direction

Straight ahead

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Question 17 of 25

Before overtaking a large vehicle, you should keep well back. Why is this?

To give acceleration space to overtake quickly on blind bends

To get the best view of the road ahead

To leave a gap in case the vehicle stops and rolls back

To offer other drivers a safe gap if they want to overtake you

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Question 18 of 25

You're driving along this road. What should you be prepared to do?

Sound your horn and continue

Slow down and give way

Report the driver to the police

Squeeze through the gap

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Question 19 of 25

Which of these is least likely to be affected by side winds?

Cyclists

Motorcyclists

High-sided vehicles

Cars

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Question 20 of 25

You're following a long vehicle. As it approaches a crossroads, it signals left but moves out to the right. What should you do?

Get closer in order to pass it quickly

Stay well back and give it room

Assume the signal is wrong and that it's turning right

Overtake it as it starts to slow down

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Question 21 of 25

How should you overtake a long, slow-moving vehicle on a busy road?

Follow it closely and keep moving out to see the road ahead

Flash your headlights for the oncoming traffic to give way

Stay behind until the driver waves you past

Keep well back until you can see that it's clear

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Question 22 of 25

It's very windy. You're behind a motorcyclist who's overtaking a high-sided vehicle. What should you do?

Overtake the motorcyclist immediately

Keep well back

Stay level with the motorcyclist

Keep close to the motorcyclist

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Question 23 of 25

What should you do as you approach this lorry?

Slow down and be prepared to wait

Make the lorry wait for you

Flash your lights at the lorry

Move to the right-hand side of the road

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Question 24 of 25

You're approaching a mini-roundabout. What should you do when you see the long vehicle in front signalling left but positioned over to the right?

Sound your horn

Overtake on the left

Follow the same course as the lorry

Keep well back

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Question 25 of 25

You're following a lorry on a wet road. What should you do when spray makes it difficult to see the road ahead?

Drop back until you can see better

Put your headlights on full beam

Keep close to the lorry, away from the spray

Speed up and overtake quickly

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