Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Free Theory Practice Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions. Practice paper eight. Questions about approaching hazard spray reduces visibility. UK theory test.
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Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 1 of 25

You're driving on an open road in dry weather. What should the distance be between you and the vehicle in front?

A two-second time gap

One car length

Two metres (6 feet 6 inches)

Two car lengths

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 2 of 25

In very hot weather the road surface can become soft. What will this affect?

The suspension

The exhaust emissions

The fuel consumption

The tyre grip

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 3 of 25

Where are you most likely to be affected by side winds?

On a narrow country lane

On an open stretch of road

On a busy stretch of road

On a long, straight road

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 4 of 25

What will help when you're trying to move off on snow?

Use the car's lowest gear

Use a higher gear than normal

Use a high engine speed

Use the handbrake and footbrake together

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 5 of 25

You're driving on a wet motorway with surface spray. What lights should you use?

Hazard warning lights

Dipped headlights

Rear fog lights

Sidelights

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 6 of 25

You're using a contraflow system. What should you do?

Choose an appropriate lane in good time

Switch lanes at any time to make progress

Increase speed to pass through quickly

Follow other motorists closely to avoid long queues

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 7 of 25

What's the main benefit of driving a four-wheel-drive vehicle?

Improved grip on the road

Lower fuel consumption

Shorter stopping distances

Improved passenger comfort

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 8 of 25

When are anti-lock brakes of most use to you?

When you're braking gently

When you're braking on rural roads

When you're braking harshly

When you're braking on a motorway

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 9 of 25

When are anti-lock brakes (ABS) most effective?

When you keep pumping the foot brake to prevent skidding

When you brake normally but grip the steering wheel tightly

When you brake promptly and firmly until you've stopped

When you apply the handbrake to reduce the stopping distance

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 10 of 25

What should you do when overtaking a motorcyclist in strong winds?

Pass closely

Pass very slowly

Pass wide

Pass immediately

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 11 of 25

You're about to go down a steep hill. What should you do to control the speed of your vehicle?

Select a high gear and use the brakes carefully

Select a high gear and use the brakes firmly

Select a low gear and use the brakes carefully

Select a low gear and avoid using the brakes

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 12 of 25

You're driving a vehicle that has anti-lock brakes. How should you apply the footbrake when you need to stop in an emergency?

Slowly and gently

Slowly but firmly

Rapidly and gently

Rapidly and firmly

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 13 of 25

What can result when you travel for long distances in neutral (known as coasting)?

Improvement in control

Easier steering

Reduction in control

Increased fuel consumption

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 14 of 25

You're driving along a wet road. How can you tell if your vehicle's tyres are losing their grip on the surface?

The engine will stall

The steering will feel very heavy

The engine noise will increase

The steering will feel very light

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 15 of 25

You're driving in freezing conditions. What should you do when approaching a sharp bend?

Coast into the bend

Gently apply your handbrake

Firmly use your footbrake

Slow down before you reach the bend

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 16 of 25

Where shouldn't you overtake?

On a single carriageway

On a one-way street

Approaching a junction

Travelling up a long hill

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 17 of 25

You're about to drive home from holiday when you become ill. A doctor prescribes drugs that are likely to affect your driving. What should you do?

Only drive if someone is with you

Avoid driving on motorways

Get someone else to drive

Never drive at more than 30 mph

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 18 of 25

You're about to drive home. You feel very tired and have a severe headache. What should you do?

Wait until you're fit and well before driving

Drive home, but take a tablet for headaches

Drive home if you can stay awake for the journey

Wait for a short time, then drive home slowly

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 19 of 25

You've just been overtaken by this motorcyclist, who has cut in sharply. What should you do?

Sound the horn

Brake firmly

Keep a safe gap

Flash your lights

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 20 of 25

Your doctor has given you a course of medicine. Why should you ask how it will affect you?

Drugs make you a better driver by quickening your reactions

You'll have to let your insurance company know about the medicine

Some types of medicine can cause your reactions to slow down

The medicine you take may affect your hearing

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 21 of 25

You've just passed these warning lights. What hazard would you expect to see next?

A level crossing with no barrier

An ambulance station

A school crossing patrol

An opening bridge

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 22 of 25

You're planning a long journey. Do you need to plan rest stops?

Yes, you should plan to stop every half an hour

Yes, regular stops help concentration

No, you'll be less tired if you get there as soon as possible

No, only fuel stops will be needed

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 23 of 25

In what way are provisional car licence holders restricted?

They can't drive at more than 40 mph

They can't carry passengers in the rear seats

They can't drive on the motorway

They can't drive between 11.30 pm and 7.00 am

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 24 of 25

Why are mirrors often slightly curved (convex)?

They give a wider field of vision

They totally cover blind spots

They make it easier to judge the speed of following traffic

They make following traffic look bigger

Free Practice Theory Test Driving In Wet Freezing Conditions

Question 25 of 25

When approaching this hazard, why should you slow down?

Because of the level crossing

Because it's hard to see to the right

Because of approaching traffic

Because of animals crossing

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