LGV Test - 11

LGV Test - 11
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LGV Test - 11

Question 1 of 20

What should you do if you're driving along a motorway and become tired?

Stop on the hard shoulder at a safe place to rest

Leave the motorway at the next exit and take a rest

Close your windows and turn up the radio volume

Close all your windows and set heating to warm

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Question 2 of 20

Where do most sleep-related vehicle incidents occur?

On motorways

In one-way streets

On rural roads

On tourist routes

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Question 3 of 20

Your doctor has given you a course of medicine. Why should you ask whether it's safe to drive?

Drugs make you a better driver by quickening your reactions

You will 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

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Question 4 of 20

When are you most likely to lose concentration while you're driving?

When you use a mobile phone

When you switch on the windscreen wipers

When you switch on the heated rear window

When you look at the door mirrors

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Question 5 of 20

What rules apply to the wearing of seat belts fitted to your lorry?

It's not advisable

It's advisable

It's required by law

It's not required by law

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Question 6 of 20

A coach is overtaking you. What should you do when it's safe for the coach to move back to the left?

Do nothing and let the driver decide

Switch your sidelights on and off

Flash your headlights once

Flash your headlights twice

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Question 7 of 20

Your lorry is fitted with a driver’s seat belt. When may you drive without wearing it?

When you're making deliveries that are less than 50 metres apart

When you're towing at less than 50 mph

When you're working less than 50 hours in a week

When you're within 50 miles of your depot

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Question 8 of 20

What should you do if a front tyre bursts while you're driving on a motorway?

Loosen your grip on the steering wheel

Brake firmly to a stop

Hold the steering wheel firmly

Drive to the next service area

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Question 9 of 20

What should you do if you're feeling tired but there's nowhere to stop safely?

Increase your speed to find a stopping place quickly

Ensure a supply of fresh air

Gently tap the steering wheel

Keep changing speed to improve concentration

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Question 10 of 20

Where are you most likely to find pedestrians stepping into the road?


One-way streets

Wooded areas

Shopping areas

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Question 11 of 20

What will you have to deal with when you're driving at night?

Headlight dazzle

Other drivers speeding

Cold weather conditions

Dazzle from shop windows

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Question 12 of 20

Should you give way to a car showing a flashing green beacon?

Yes, because it's a doctor going to an emergency

Yes, because it's a fire-crew support vehicle

No, because it's a slow-moving vehicle

No, because it's a breakdown vehicle

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Question 13 of 20

It's been eight hours since you last had an alcoholic drink. What effect could the alcohol have on your driving?

You may still be over the legal drink-drive limit

You'll have no alcohol in your system

Your driving won't be impaired

You can't be breathalysed

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Question 14 of 20

What should you do if a long, heavily laden lorry is taking a long time to overtake you?

Speed up

Slow down

Hold your speed

Change direction

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Question 15 of 20

You're following a car being driven slowly by a learner driver. What should you do if it isn't safe to overtake it?

Flash your lights so the driver sees you

Be patient and stay well behind

Switch your hazard lights on and stay well behind

Drive along the centre line of the road

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Question 16 of 20

What should you do when you have to travel a long distance?

Allow plenty of time for your journey

Plan to go at busy times

Avoid all national speed limit roads

Prevent other drivers from overtaking

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Question 17 of 20

Your vehicle breaks down on the hard shoulder of a motorway. What should you do if you decide to use your mobile phone to call for help?

Stand at the rear of the vehicle while making the call

Try to repair the vehicle yourself

Get out of the vehicle by the right hand door

Check your location from the marker posts on the left

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Question 18 of 20

You're driving on a single carriageway. When may you use your mobile phone?

Only when you're receiving a call

Only when you're suitably parked

Only when you're driving at less than 30 mph

Only when you're driving an automatic vehicle

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Question 19 of 20

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

Wait until you are 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

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Question 20 of 20

You're driving on a motorway. There's been a collision on the opposite carriageway. What should you do if drivers ahead are slowing to look?

Concentrate on the road ahead

slow down to take a look

Stop on the hard shoulder

Overtake using the hard shoulder