Motorcycle Test - 30

Motorcycle Test - 30
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Motorcycle Test - 30

Question 1 of 20

There's been a collision. A motorcyclist is lying injured and unconscious. Unless it's essential, why should you not usually attempt to remove their helmet?

They may not want you to

This could result in more serious injury

They'll get too cold if you do this

You could scratch the helmet

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Question 2 of 20

You arrive at a serious motorcycle crash. The motorcyclist is unconscious and bleeding. What should you do to help them?

sweep up any loose debris

make a list of witnesses

check their breathing

take the numbers of other vehicles

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Question 3 of 20

At an incident, it's important to look after any casualties. What should you do with them when the area is safe?

Move them away from the vehicles

Ask them how it happened

Give them something to eat

Keep them where they are

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Question 4 of 20

An injured motorcyclist is lying unconscious in the road. The traffic has stopped and there's no further danger. What should you do to help?

Remove the safety helmet

Seek medical assistance

Move the person off the road

Remove the leather jacket

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Question 5 of 20

Your motorcycle breaks down in a tunnel. What should you do?

Stay with your motorcycle and wait for the Police

Stand in the lane behind your motorcycle to warn others

Stand in front of your motorcycle to warn oncoming drivers

Switch on hazard lights then go and call for help immediately

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Question 6 of 20

You're the first to arrive at the scene of a crash. What should you do?

Leave as soon as another motorist arrives

Flag down other motorists to help you

Drag all casualties away from the vehicles

Call the emergency services promptly

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Question 7 of 20

You're involved in a collision with another vehicle. Someone is injured and your motorcycle is damaged. What should you find out?

Whether the driver owns the other vehicle involved

Whether the other driver is licensed to drive

The occupation of the other driver

The other driver’s vehicle insurance details

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Question 8 of 20

You arrive at an incident. There's no danger from fire or further collisions. What's your first priority when attending to an unconscious motorcyclist?

Check whether they're breathing normally

Check whether they're bleeding

Check whether they have any broken bones

Check whether they have any bruising

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Question 9 of 20

You arrive at the scene of a crash where someone is bleeding heavily from a wound in their arm. Nothing is embedded in the wound. What could you do to help?

Walk them around and keep them talking

Dab the wound

Get them a drink

Apply pressure over the wound

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Question 10 of 20

Your motorcycle has broken down on a motorway. How will you know the direction of the nearest emergency telephone?

By walking with the flow of traffic

By following an arrow on a marker post

By walking against the flow of traffic

By remembering where the last phone was

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Question 11 of 20

A person has been injured. They may be suffering from shock. What are the warning signs to look for?

Flushed complexion

Warm dry skin

Slow pulse

Pale grey skin

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Question 12 of 20

You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash. The rider is injured. When should the helmet be removed?

Only when it is essential

Always straight away

Only when the motorcyclist asks

Always, unless they are in shock

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Question 13 of 20

A casualty has an injured arm. They can move it freely but it is bleeding. Why should you get them to keep it in a raised position?

Because it will ease the pain

It will help them to be seen more easily

To stop them touching other people

It will help to reduce the blood flow

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Question 14 of 20

You are going through a tunnel. What systems are provided to warn of any incidents, collisions or congestion?

Double white centre lines

Variable message signs

Chevron 'distance markers'

Rumble strips

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Question 15 of 20

You're at the scene of an incident. Someone is suffering from shock. How should you treat them?

Reassure them constantly

Offer them a cigarette

Give them a warm drink

Offer them some food

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Question 16 of 20

A casualty isn't breathing normally and needs CPR. At what rate should you press down and release on the centre of their chest?

10 times per minute

120 times per minute

60 times per minute

240 times per minute

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Question 17 of 20

You arrive at an incident. There has been an engine fire and someone's hands and arms have been burnt. You should NOT

douse the burn thoroughly with clean cool non-toxic liquid

lay the casualty down on the ground

remove anything sticking to the burn

reassure them confidently and repeatedly

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Question 18 of 20

You are on a motorway. When can you use hazard warning lights?

When a vehicle is following too closely

When you slow down quickly because of danger ahead

When you're being towed by another vehicle

When you're riding on the hard shoulder

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Question 19 of 20

At an incident, a casualty isn't breathing. What should you do while helping them to start breathing again?

Put their arms across their chest

Shake them firmly

Roll them onto their side

Tilt their head back gently

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Question 20 of 20

At a collision you suspect a casualty has back injuries. The area is safe. You should

offer them a drink

not move them

raise their legs

not call an ambulance