LGV Test - 23

LGV Test - 23
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Question 1 of 20

What should you do before driving into a tunnel?

Switch your radio off

Remove your sunglasses

Close your sunroof

Switch on windscreen wipers

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Question 2 of 20

You're at the scene of a collision. People are injured. What should be done when the risk of further collisions has been dealt with?

Pull people who are hurt out of their vehicles

Clear a parking area for the emergency services

Make sure the emergency services have been called

Get the casualties to drink something sweet

Get the casualties to drink something sweet

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Question 3 of 20

At the scene of an incident, an injured person is lying in a busy road. What's the first thing you should do to help?

Treat the person for shock

Warn other traffic

Place them in the recovery position

Make sure the injured person is kept warm

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Question 4 of 20

What should you do when you're driving through a tunnel in heavy traffic?

Stay close to the vehicle in front to reduce congestion

Switch off your dipped headlights to reduce dazzle

Closely follow the tail lights of other vehicles

Follow instructions given by variable message signs

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Question 5 of 20

You're driving through a congested tunnel. What should you do if you have to stop?

Stop very close to the vehicle in front to save space

Ignore any message signs as they're never up to date

Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front

Put your headlights on full beam

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Question 6 of 20

You've been involved in an incident and damaged some property. What should you do if nobody else is present and your vehicle is still roadworthy?

Stop, then report the accident to the police within 24 hours

Leave the scene. Do not report the accident if there are no witnesses

Stop, then report the accident to the police after 48 hours

Leave the scene. Do not report the accident if there were no injuries

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Question 7 of 20

You're approaching a bridge that has no height restriction on it. What's the minimum height under the bridge?

3.6 metres (11 feet 10 inches)

4.4 metres (14 feet 5 inches)

4.8 metres (16 feet)

5 metres (16 feet 6 inches)

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Question 8 of 20

Your vehicle is involved in an incident where someone is injured. You don't produce your insurance certificate at the time. How soon must you report the incident to the police?

24 hours

48 hours

72 hours

seven days

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Question 9 of 20

The area around an incident is safe. What's the best way to help an injured person?

Get them out of the vehicle

Give them a drink

Give them something to eat

Keep them in the vehicle

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Question 10 of 20

Where should you stand when using a motorway emergency telephone?

In front of the barrier

Facing the oncoming traffic

With your back to the traffic

Looking towards the grass verge

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Question 11 of 20

You arrive at the scene of an incident and someone is unconscious. What's the first thing you should do to help them?

Take the numbers of the vehicles involved

Try to get them to drink water

Check that they're breathing

Look for any witnesses

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Question 12 of 20

You're the first person to arrive at an incident where people are badly injured. What's the first thing you should do?

Switch on your own hazard warning lights

Contact the local radio station to tell them about the incident

Try and get people who are injured to drink something

Move the people who are injured clear of their vehicles

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Question 13 of 20

You arrive at the scene of an incident. The emergency services have already been called. A pedestrian is bleeding heavily from a leg wound, but their leg isn't broken. What could you do to help them?

Dab the wound to stop the bleeding

Give them some painkiller tablets

Apply firm pressure to the wound

Fetch them a warm drink

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Question 14 of 20

A vehicle has rolled over and caught fire. The driver’s hands and arms have been burned. How could you help the driver?

Douse the burns with cool water

Try to put out the fire

Remove smouldering clothing

Remove anything sticking to the burns

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Question 15 of 20

You're driving through a tunnel. What should you do if your vehicle breaks down?

Switch on hazard warning lights

Remain in your vehicle

Wait for the police to find you

Rely on CCTV cameras seeing you

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Question 16 of 20

You arrive at an incident where a motorcyclist is lying in the road, unconscious and bleeding. The area is safe and the emergency services have been called. What’s the first priority when checking the rider?

Remove their helmet

Stop the bleeding

Check their airway is open

Move them off the road

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Question 17 of 20

You've had an incident while driving through a tunnel. You aren't injured but your vehicle can't be driven. What's the first thing you should do in this situation?

Rely on other drivers phoning for the police

Switch off the engine and switch on hazard lights

Take the names of witnesses and other drivers

Sweep up any debris that is in the road

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Question 18 of 20

What should you do first to help someone who's unconscious at the scene of an incident?

Try to get them to drink water

Look for any witnesses

Take the numbers of any vehicles involved

Check that they are breathing

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Question 19 of 20

You're at the scene of a traffic incident. What are the symptoms of someone suffering from shock?

Rapid pulse and sweating

Flushed complexion and deep breathing

Slow pulse and dry skin

Muscle spasms and an itchy rash

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Question 20 of 20

You arrive at the scene of an incident. How should you deal with someone who is hysterical?

Talk to them quietly and firmly

Let them wander off to calm down

Restrain them physically

Shout loudly to get their attention

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