LGV Test - 24

LGV Test - 24
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LGV Test - 24

Question 1 of 20

There's been an incident. What can you do to help a driver who's suffering from shock?

Give them a drink

Offer them a cigarette

Ask who caused the collision

Reassure them confidently

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Question 2 of 20

At an incident, a casualty has stopped breathing. How could you help them?

By opening their airway

By tilting their head as far forward as possible

By raising their legs

By giving them something to drink

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Question 3 of 20

Your vehicle catches fire while you're driving through a tunnel. What should you do if the vehicle can still be driven?

Leave it where it is with the engine running

Stop, then walk to an emergency telephone point

Park it away from the carriageway

Drive it out of the tunnel if you can do so

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Question 4 of 20

What should you do when you drive into a tunnel?

Use parking lights

Use front spot lights

Use dipped headlights

Use rear fog lights

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Question 5 of 20

At the scene of an incident, a person has become hysterical. How should you calm them down?

By leaving them to quietly recover

By engaging them in banter

By giving them a hot drink

By talking quietly and firmly to them

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Question 6 of 20

What must you do if you're involved in a traffic incident?

Drive on for help

Inform the police within seven days

Stop at the scene

Drive to the nearest police station

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Question 7 of 20

What should you do when there's a fire in your vehicle’s engine compartment?

Open all windows

Try to remove the load

Flag down a passing motorist

Cut off the fuel supply

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Question 8 of 20

You've stopped at the scene of an incident where there are casualties. What should you do to help while waiting for the emergency services to arrive?

Keep injured people warm and comfortable

Clear debris from the road

Keep injured people on the move by walking them around

Give injured people a warm drink

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Question 9 of 20

You're at the scene of an incident. What does it mean if there's a plain orange rectangle displayed on one of the vehicles?

It's carrying dangerous goods

It's carrying a First Aid kit

It's carrying medical supplies

It's unladen

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Question 10 of 20

What would you secure with a dog-clip?

The kingpin release handle

The air lines

The parking brake

The diff-lock

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Question 11 of 20

You're driving a new articulated lorry that's fully laden. You notice that the steering feels heavy. What's the most likely reason?

The road is icy

The power steering is faulty

The lorry is new

The load on the trailer has shifted

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Question 12 of 20

What should you do if you notice that two wheel nuts are missing from one of the wheels on your vehicle?

Continue your journey

Drive to the nearest tyre depot

Use a nut from another wheel

Park and phone for assistance

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Question 13 of 20

What should you do if the brake pedal becomes hard to press?

Continue to drive and report it at the end of the day

Pump the brake pedal continuously

Drain the air tanks and then continue

Park and phone for help

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Question 14 of 20

Where can you get advice to help carry out minor repairs?

DVLA guidance notes

EU and UK Directives

The Health and Safety Executive

The vehicle handbook

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Question 15 of 20

What can you add to diesel fuel to prevent it from becoming less effective at low temperatures?

Anti-freeze

Anti-waxing additives

Petrol

Paraffin

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Question 16 of 20

What's most likely to cause a burst tyre?

Frequent gear changing in varying conditions

Running tyres under-inflated

Always operating in cool weather

Mixing tyres with different tread depth

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Question 17 of 20

When should you check the oil level in your engine?

When the engine is running

When the engine is cold

When the engine is warm

When the engine is hot

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Question 18 of 20

Bus and lorry tyres have codes on their side walls. What do these codes refer to?

Running pressure

Speed capability

Minimum temperature

Tread depth

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Question 19 of 20

Why are energy-saving tyres effective?

They have reduced rolling resistance

They cost less to produce

They have no tread pattern

They never puncture at high speed

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Question 20 of 20

What would be illegal?

Using different makes of tyre on the same axle

Using a tyre with a recut tread

Using a tyre with a tread depth of 1.3 mm

Using a tyre with exposed ply or cord

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