Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision. Display hazard warning lights casualty motorcycle crash and suffered a burn.
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Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 1 of 25

When should you use hazard warning lights?

When you slow down quickly on a motorway because of a hazard ahead

When you leave your car at the roadside to visit a shop

When you wish to stop on double yellow lines

When you need to park on the pavement

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 2 of 25

An adult casualty isn't breathing. To maintain circulation, compressions should be given. What's the correct depth to press for each compression?

1 to 2 centimetres

5 to 6 centimetres

10 to 15 centimetres

15 to 20 centimetres

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 3 of 25

When are you allowed to use hazard warning lights?

When stopped and temporarily obstructing traffic

When travelling during darkness without headlights

When parked on double yellow lines to visit a shop

When travelling slowly because you're lost

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 4 of 25

You're on the motorway. Luggage falls from your vehicle. What should you do?

Stop at the next emergency telephone and contact the police

Stop on the motorway and switch on hazard warning lights while you pick it up

Walk back up the motorway to pick it up

Pull up on the hard shoulder and wave traffic down

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 5 of 25

You're the first person to arrive at an incident where people are badly injured. You've switched on your hazard warning lights and checked all engines are stopped. What else should you do?

Make sure that an ambulance is called for

Stop other cars and ask the drivers for help

Try and get people who are injured to drink something

Move the people who are injured clear of their vehicles

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 6 of 25

After a collision, someone is unconscious in their vehicle. When should you call the emergency services?

Only as a last resort

As soon as possible

After you've woken them up

After checking for broken bones

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 7 of 25

You're driving 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 towing another vehicle

When you're driving on the hard shoulder

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 8 of 25

What should you do if you see a large box fall from a lorry onto the motorway?

Go to the next emergency telephone and report the hazard

Catch up with the lorry and try to get the driver's attention

Stop close to the box until the police arrive

Pull over to the hard shoulder, then remove the box

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 9 of 25

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

Only when it's essential

Always straight away

Only when the motorcyclist asks

Always, unless they're in shock

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 10 of 25

What should you carry for use in the event of a collision?

Road map

Can of petrol

Jump leads

Fire extinguisher

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 11 of 25

You lose control of your car and damage a garden wall. No-one is around. What must you do?

Report the incident to the police within 24 hours

Go back to tell the house owner the next day

Report the incident to your insurance company when you get home

Find someone in the area to tell them about it immediately

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 12 of 25

At an incident, a casualty is unconscious but breathing. When should you move them?

When an ambulance is on its way

When bystanders advise you to

When there's further danger

When bystanders will help you

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Question 13 of 25

A casualty isn't breathing normally. Chest compressions should be given. At what rate?

10 per minute

120 per minute

60 per minute

240 per minute

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 14 of 25

A collision has just happened. 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

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 15 of 25

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

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 16 of 25

What should you do as you approach a long road tunnel?

Put on your sunglasses and use the sun visor

Turn your headlights on to main beam

Change down to a lower gear

Make sure your radio is tuned to the frequency shown

Practice Theory Test Incident and Collision

Question 17 of 25

Following a collision, someone has suffered a burn. The burn needs to be cooled. What's the shortest time it should be cooled for?

5 minutes

10 minutes

15 minutes

20 minutes

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Question 18 of 25

You arrive at an incident. A pedestrian is bleeding heavily from a leg wound. The leg isn't broken and there's nothing in the wound. What should you do?

Dab the wound to stop bleeding

Keep both legs flat on the ground

Fetch them a warm drink

Raise the leg to lessen bleeding

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Question 19 of 25

At an incident, a small child isn't breathing. To restore normal breathing, how should you breathe into their mouth?

Sharply

Gently

Heavily

Rapidly

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Question 20 of 25

An injured person has been placed in the recovery position. They're unconscious but breathing normally. What else should be done?

Press firmly between their shoulders

Place their arms by their side

Give them a hot sweet drink

Check their airway remains clear

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Question 21 of 25

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 their safety helmet

Seek medical assistance

Move the person off the road

Remove their leather jacket

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Question 22 of 25

You're in a tunnel. Your vehicle is on fire and you can't drive it. What should you do?

Stay in the vehicle and close the windows

Switch on hazard warning lights

Leave the engine running

Switch off all of your lights

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Question 23 of 25

You're driving through a tunnel and the traffic is flowing normally. What should you do?

Use parking lights

Use front spotlights

Use dipped headlights

Use rear fog lights

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Question 24 of 25

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 25 of 25

At an incident, what should you do with a casualty who has stopped breathing?

Keep their head tilted forwards as far as possible

Remove anything that's blocking their airway

Raise their legs to help with circulation

Try to give them something to drink

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