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Question 1 of 25

What hazard should you be aware of when travelling along this street?

Glare from the sun

Lack of road markings

Children running out between vehicles

Large goods vehicles

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Question 2 of 25

You're about to drive home. You can't find the glasses you need to wear. What should you do?

Drive home slowly, keeping to quiet roads

Borrow a friend's glasses and use those

Drive home at night, so that the lights will help you

Find a way of getting home without driving

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Question 3 of 25

What's the main hazard shown in this picture?

Vehicles turning right

Vehicles doing U-turns

The cyclist crossing the road

Parked cars around the corner

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Question 4 of 25

When driving a car fitted with automatic transmission, what would you use 'kick down' for?

Cruise control

Quick acceleration

Slow braking

Fuel economy

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Question 5 of 25

You want to turn left at this junction. Your view of the main road is restricted. What should you do?

Stay well back and wait to see if anything comes

Build up your speed so that you can emerge quickly

Stop and apply the handbrake even if the road is clear

Approach slowly and edge out until you can see more clearly

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Question 6 of 25

What should the driver of the grey car (arrowed) be especially aware of?

The uneven road surface

Traffic following behind

Doors opening on parked cars

Empty parking spaces

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Question 7 of 25

You're driving on a long journey. What can you do to help prevent tiredness?

Eat a large meal before driving

Take regular refreshment breaks

Play loud music in the car

Complete the journey without stopping

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Question 8 of 25

You're waiting to emerge at a junction. Your view is restricted by parked vehicles. What can help you to see traffic on the road you're joining?

Looking for traffic behind you

Reflections of traffic in shop windows

Making eye contact with other road users

Checking for traffic in your interior mirror

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Question 9 of 25

You're behind this cyclist. When the traffic lights change, what should you do?

Try to move off before the cyclist

Allow the cyclist time and room

Turn right but give the cyclist room

Tap your horn and drive through first

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Question 10 of 25

You're driving towards this left-hand bend. What dangers should you be aware of?

A vehicle overtaking you

No white lines in the centre of the road

No sign to warn you of the bend

Pedestrians walking towards you

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Question 11 of 25

You've been taking medicine that causes drowsiness. You begin to feel better, but you still need to take the medicine. What should you do about driving?

Only drive if your journey is necessary

Drive on quiet roads

Ask someone to come with you

Avoid driving and check with your doctor

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Question 12 of 25

You've been involved in an argument that has made you feel angry. What should you do before starting your journey?

Open a window

Turn on your radio

Have an alcoholic drink

Calm down

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Question 13 of 25

When should you use hazard warning lights?

When you're double-parked on a two-way road

When your direction indicators aren't working

When warning oncoming traffic that you intend to stop

When your vehicle has broken down and is causing an obstruction

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Question 14 of 25

Ahead of you, traffic in the left-hand lane is slowing. What should you do?

Slow down, keeping a safe separation distance

Accelerate past the vehicles in the left-hand lane

Pull up on the left-hand verge

Move across and continue in the right-hand lane

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Question 15 of 25

What might you expect to happen in this situation?

Traffic will move into the right-hand lane

Traffic speed will increase

Traffic will move into the left-hand lane

Traffic won't need to change position

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Question 16 of 25

Where would you expect to see these markers?

On a motorway sign

On a railway bridge

On a large goods vehicle

On a diversion sign

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Question 17 of 25

What should the driver of the car approaching the crossing do?

Continue at the same speed

Sound the horn

Drive through quickly

Slow down and get ready to stop

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Question 18 of 25

Your motorway journey is boring and you feel drowsy. What should you do?

Stop on the hard shoulder for a sleep

Open a window and stop as soon as it's safe and legal

Speed up to arrive at your destination sooner

Slow down and let other drivers overtake

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Question 19 of 25

What does this signal from a police officer mean to oncoming traffic?

Go ahead

Stop

Turn left

Turn right

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Question 20 of 25

Which of these should you allow extra room when overtaking?

Lorry

Tractor

Bicycle

Road-sweeping vehicle

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Question 21 of 25

You're invited to a pub lunch. You know that you'll have to drive in the evening. What's your best course of action?

Avoid mixing your alcoholic drinks

Don't drink any alcohol at all

Have some milk before drinking alcohol

Eat a hot meal with your alcoholic drinks

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Question 22 of 25

After passing your driving test, you suffer from ill health. This affects your driving. What must you do?

Inform your local police

Avoid using motorways

Always drive accompanied

Inform the licensing authority

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Question 23 of 25

You're coming up to a roundabout. A cyclist is signalling to turn right. What should you do?

Overtake on the right

Give a warning with your horn

Signal the cyclist to move across

Give the cyclist plenty of room

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Question 24 of 25

What should you do when you see two elderly pedestrians about to cross the road ahead?

Expect them to wait for you to pass

Speed up to get past them quickly

Stop and wave them across the road

Be careful; they may misjudge your speed

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Question 25 of 25

Where should you take particular care to look for motorcyclists and cyclists?

On dual carriageways

At junctions

At zebra crossings

On one-way streets

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