LGV Test - 12

LGV Test - 12
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LGV Test - 12

Question 1 of 20

What's the best type of fluid to drink during work time?

Bottled water

Sugary canned drinks

High caffeine drinks

Hot chocolate

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Question 2 of 20

You're driving a slow-moving vehicle on a narrow, winding road. What should you do to let other vehicles overtake you?

Wave them past

Stop in a safe place

Show a left-turn signal

Drive more slowly

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Question 3 of 20

What should you do if you want to make a business call on your mobile phone while you're driving?

Make the call but take extra care

Use the cruise control while you're making the call

Stop in a safe place before making the call

Reduce speed while you make the call

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Question 4 of 20

You've stopped for an elderly pedestrian who's slowly crossing the road. What should you do if traffic behind you is being held up?

Edge forward slowly and make them hurry

Stay where you are and allow them to cross in their own time

Steer slowly around them to ease the build up of traffic

Get out of your vehicle and wave them across

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Question 5 of 20

What should you do if you lose your way in heavy traffic?

Stop at traffic lights and ask pedestrians

Shout to other drivers to ask them the way

Drive on until you find a safe place to stop

Check a map as you keep moving with the traffic

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Question 6 of 20

How is using a hands-free phone likely to affect your driving?

It will improve your safety

It will increase your concentration

It will reduce your view

It will divert your attention

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Question 7 of 20

What effect will drinking alcohol have on your driving?

Better forward planning

A false sense of confidence

Faster reactions

Greater awareness of danger

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Question 8 of 20

What should you do if a car driver makes a mistake that causes you to brake?

Keep calm and not retaliate

Overtake and sound your horn

Drive close behind and sound your horn

Flag the driver down and explain the mistake

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Question 9 of 20

You're turning right onto a dual carriageway from a side road. What should you do if your vehicle is too long for the gap in the central reservation?

Move forward and wait in the middle

Wait until it is clear from both directions

Move out blocking traffic from the right

Edge out slowly so other traffic will see you

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Question 10 of 20

You stop for pedestrians at a zebra crossing. What should you do if they don't start to cross immediately?

Be patient and wait

Sound your horn

Drive on

Wave them to cross

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Question 11 of 20

How is drinking alcohol likely to affect your driving?

You'll have faster reactions

You'll become colour-blind

You'll feel more confident

You'll be able to concentrate better

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Question 12 of 20

You've been issued with protective clothing. Who's responsible for its use?

You, the driver

The insurance company

The Health and Safety Executive

Your employer

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Question 13 of 20

What can prevent you from holding a bus or lorry driving licence?

heart disorders

dyslexia

skin problems

stomach problems

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Question 14 of 20

What should you do if you're upset by another driver's behaviour?

Stop and take a break

Shout abusive language

Gesture to them with your hand

Follow them, flashing your headlights

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Question 15 of 20

What should you do when you're being followed by an ambulance showing a flashing blue light?

Stop to let it pass as soon as it's safe to do so

Accelerate quickly to get away from it

Ignore it if possible, unless you're forced to let it pass

Brake harshly and immediately to a stop in the road

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Question 16 of 20

Which of these is specifically provided to protect against neck and whiplash injuries?

An air-sprung seat

Anti-lock brakes

A collapsible steering wheel

A head restraint

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Question 17 of 20

Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and you need to call for help. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone?

It connects you to a local garage

Using a mobile phone will distract other drivers

It allows easy location by the emergency services

Mobile phones do not work on motorways

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Question 18 of 20

What can seriously affect your concentration while driving?

Contact lenses

Fresh air

Tinted windows

Tiredness

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Question 19 of 20

When may you drive without wearing your seat belt?

When reversing

When carrying out a hill start

When making an emergency stop

When driving slowly

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Question 20 of 20

What effect will using a mobile phone have on your driving?

Your vehicle will be harder to steer

Your field of vision will be reduced

Your attention will be diverted from the road

Your vehicle's electronic systems will be disrupted

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