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Question 1 of 20

You're stopped by a police officer for a suspected motoring offence. Which document will you be asked to produce?

Your driving licence

Your vehicle registration document

Your vehicle's MOT certificate

Your theory test certificate

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Question 2 of 20

You arrive at the scene of an incident where a motorcyclist is lying in the middle of the road and unconscious. What's the first thing you should do?

Move the rider out of the road

Warn other traffic

Clear the road of debris

Give the rider reassurance

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Question 3 of 20

Give the rider reassurance

Water (red)

Foam (cream)

Dry powder (blue)

Carbon Dioxide (black)

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Question 4 of 20

Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway. What should you do if you can't get it fully onto the hard shoulder?

Stand at the edge of the carriageway to warn others

Place a warning triangle in the lane behind your vehicle

Wear a bright jacket and stand in the lane behind your vehicle

Call for help using the nearest emergency telephone

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Question 5 of 20

You're at an incident. Why may it be harmful to move a casualty?

You could damage your back

You could get blood on your hands

You could be accused of an assault

You could cause more injury

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Question 6 of 20

At an incident, a casualty is unconscious but still breathing. Why would you move them?

Because an ambulance is on its way

Because bystanders advise you to

Because there is further danger

Because they look uncomfortable

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Question 7 of 20

At the scene of a crash, a casualty is in contact with live electrical cables. What should you use to break the electrical connection?

A metal pole

Woolen gloves

A damp piece of cloth

A length of wood

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Question 8 of 20

What should you do before entering a tunnel?

Put on your sunglasses

Check your tyre pressures

Change to a lower gear

Tune your radio to a local channel

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Question 9 of 20

You're waiting for the emergency services to arrive at the scene of an incident. A pedestrian's leg is bleeding heavily, but there's nothing embedded in the wound. What could you do to help?

Apply firm pressure to the wound

Dab the wound to stop the bleeding

Put the casualty into the recovery position

Wrap an ice pack near the wound

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Question 10 of 20

You arrive at an incident where someone is suffering from severe burns. What should you do to help?

Douse the burns with cool water

Remove anything stuck to the burns

Burst blisters that form on the burns

Apply ointment to the burns

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Question 11 of 20

At an incident, you suspect a casualty has back injuries. What's the best way to help them?

Offer them a drink

Leave them where they are

Raise their legs

Offer them a cigarette

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Question 12 of 20

When should you stop trying to resuscitate a casualty?

When you think they're dead

When they can breathe without help

When they've turned blue

When you think the ambulance is coming

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Question 13 of 20

You arrive at the scene of an incident. A casualty has an injured arm that's bleeding heavily. What should you do while waiting for the emergency services to arrive?

Apply pressure over the wound and keep the arm down

Dab the wound

Get them a drink

Apply pressure over the wound and raise the arm

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Question 14 of 20

You're at the scene of an incident. How can you help someone suffering from shock?

Reassure them confidently

Offer them a cigarette

Keep them moving

Give them a warm drink

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Question 15 of 20

You're at the scene of an incident. What would suggest someone is suffering from shock?

A flushed complexion

Being alert

Rapid shallow breathing

Being very hungry

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Question 16 of 20

What's the first thing you should try to do if your vehicle catches fire while you're driving through a tunnel?

Drive out of the tunnel

Stop at the side of the tunnel

Stop and put out the fire

Stop and leave the vehicle immediately

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Question 17 of 20

What should you do if you're the first person to arrive at the scene of an incident?

Warn other traffic to prevent further collisions

Take photographs of the scene

Offer a calming cigarette to those involved

Ask everyone who isn't injured to leave

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Question 18 of 20

You're trying to resuscitate a casualty who isn't breathing. For how long should you continue compressions if they haven’t started breathing again?

Give up if you think they are dead

Keep trying for up to two minutes

Until medical help arrives and takes over

Keep trying for up to four minutes

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Question 19 of 20

What training must you take before driving a lorry loaded with toxic substances?

How to use fire-fighting equipment

How to operate a forklift truck

How to operate a lorry-mounted crane

How to use breathing apparatus

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Question 20 of 20

Your engine catches fire. What should you do before attempting to put the fire out?

Shut off the fuel supply

Open the engine housing wide

Drive to the nearest fire station

Empty the air tanks