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Question 1 of 25

You're driving in town. There's a bus at the bus stop on the other side of the road. Why should you be careful?

The bus might have broken down

Pedestrians might come from behind the bus

The bus might move off suddenly

The bus might remain stationary

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Question 2 of 25

You're approaching this roundabout and see the cyclist signal right. Why is the cyclist keeping to the left?

It's a quicker route for the cyclist

The cyclist is going to turn left instead

The cyclist thinks The Highway Code doesn't apply to bicycles

The cyclist is slower and more vulnerable

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Question 3 of 25

What does this sign mean?

No route for pedestrians and cyclists

A route for pedestrians only

A route for cyclists only

A route for pedestrians and cyclists

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Question 4 of 25

The left-hand pavement is closed due to street repairs. What should you do?

Watch out for pedestrians walking in the road

Use your right-hand mirror more often

Speed up to get past the roadworks more quickly

Position close to the left-hand kerb

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Question 5 of 25

You're unsure what a slow-moving motorcyclist ahead of you is going to do. What should you do?

Pass on the left

Pass on the right

Stay behind

Move closer

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Question 6 of 25

You see a pedestrian with a dog wearing a yellow or burgundy coat. What does this indicate?

The pedestrian is elderly

The pedestrian is a dog trainer

The pedestrian is colour-blind

The pedestrian is deaf

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Question 7 of 25

Which is the most vulnerable road user at road junctions?

Car driver

Tractor driver

Lorry driver

Motorcyclist

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Question 8 of 25

Why must these road markings be kept clear?

To allow schoolchildren to be dropped off

To allow teachers to park

To allow schoolchildren to be picked up

To allow a clear view of the crossing area

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Question 9 of 25

How should you overtake horse riders?

Drive up close and overtake as soon as possible

Speed isn't important but allow plenty of room

Use your horn just once to warn them

Drive slowly and leave plenty of room

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Question 10 of 25

In daylight, an approaching motorcyclist is using dipped headlights. Why?

So that the rider can be seen more easily

To stop the battery overcharging

To improve the rider's vision

The rider is inviting you to proceed

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Question 11 of 25

What must a driver do at a pelican crossing when the amber light is flashing?

Signal the pedestrian to cross

Always wait for the green light before proceeding

Give way to any pedestrians on the crossing

Wait for the red-and-amber light before proceeding

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Question 12 of 25

How would you react to drivers who appear to be inexperienced?

Sound your horn to warn them of your presence

Be patient and prepare for them to react more slowly

Flash your headlights to indicate that it's safe for them to proceed

Overtake them as soon as possible

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Question 13 of 25

A horse rider is in the left-hand lane approaching a roundabout. Where should you expect the rider to go?

In any direction

To the right

To the left

Straight ahead

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Question 14 of 25

You're driving towards a zebra crossing. A person in a wheelchair is waiting to cross. What should you do?

Continue on your way

Wave to the person to cross

Wave to the person to wait

Be prepared to stop

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Question 15 of 25

You want to turn right from a junction but your view is restricted by parked vehicles. What should you do?

Move out quickly, but be prepared to stop

Sound your horn and pull out if there's no reply

Stop, then move forward slowly until you have a clear view

Stop, get out and look along the main road to check

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Question 16 of 25

What should you do when you're following a learner driver who stalls at a junction?

Be patient, as you expect them to make mistakes

Stay very close behind and flash your headlights

Start to rev your engine if they take too long to restart

Immediately steer around them and drive on

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Question 17 of 25

Why is a toucan crossing different from other crossings?

Moped riders can use it

It's controlled by a traffic warden

It's controlled by two flashing lights

Cyclists can use it

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Question 18 of 25

Where should you never overtake a cyclist?

Just before you turn left

On a left-hand bend

On a one-way street

On a dual carriageway

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Question 19 of 25

You're driving past parked cars. You notice a bicycle wheel sticking out between them. What should you do?

Accelerate past quickly and sound your horn

Slow down and wave the cyclist across

Brake sharply and flash your headlights

Slow down and be prepared to stop for a cyclist

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Question 20 of 25

What does this sign mean?

Pedestrian and cyclist route

People walking along the road

Pedestrian not allowed

Cycle route

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Question 21 of 25

Powered vehicles used by disabled people are small and hard to see. How do they give early warning when on a dual carriageway?

They'll have a flashing red light

They'll have a flashing green light

They'll have a flashing blue light

They'll have a flashing amber light

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Question 22 of 25

As you approach a pelican crossing, the lights change to green. What should you do if elderly people are halfway across?

Wave them to cross as quickly as they can

Rev your engine to make them hurry

Flash your lights in case they haven't noticed you

Wait patiently because they'll probably take longer to cross

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Question 23 of 25

What action would you take when elderly people are crossing the road?

Wave them across so they know that you've seen them

Be patient and allow them to cross in their own time

Rev the engine to let them know that you're waiting

Tap the horn in case they're hard of hearing

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Question 24 of 25

Some junctions controlled by traffic lights have a marked area between two stop lines. What's this for?

To allow taxis to position in front of other traffic

To allow people with disabilities to cross the road

To allow cyclists and pedestrians to cross the road together

To allow cyclists to position in front of other traffic

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Question 25 of 25

Where would you see this sign?

Near a school crossing

At a playground entrance

On a school bus

At a 'pedestrians only' area

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