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Question 1 of 20
you may drive over a footpath
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A: when the pavement is very wide
B: if no pedestrians are near
C: to overtake slow-moving traffic
D: to get into a property

Question 2 of 20
you want to park and you see this sign. on the days and times shown you should
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A: park on yellow lines and pay
B: park on yellow lines and not pay
C: park in a bay and not pay
D: park in a bay and pay

Question 3 of 20
you are waiting at a level crossing. the red warning lights continue to flash after a train has passed by. what should you do?
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A: get out and investigate
B: telephone the signal operator
C: continue to wait
D: drive across carefully

Question 4 of 20
you may remove your seat belt when carrying out a manoeuvre that involves
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A: an emergency stop
B: a hill start
C: reversing
D: driving slowly

Question 5 of 20
you are approaching a zebra crossing where pedestrians are waiting. which arm signal might you give?
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A: a
B: d
C: b
D: c
Question 6 of 20
you see this white arrow on the road ahead. it means
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A: road bending to the left
B: keep left of the hatched markings
C: all vehicles turn left
D: entrance on the left

Question 7 of 20
how should you give an arm signal to turn left?
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A: a
B: b
C: d
D: c
Question 8 of 20
you are driving on a motorway. there is a slow-moving vehicle ahead. on the back you see this sign. you should
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A: pass on the left
B: leave at the next exit
C: pass on the right
D: drive no further

Question 9 of 20
you have broken down on a two-way road. you have a warning triangle. You should place the warning triangle at least how far from your vehicle?
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A: 5 metres (16 feet)
B: 45 metres (147 feet)
C: 100 metres (328 feet)
D: 25 metres (82 feet)

Question 10 of 20
your tyre bursts while you are driving. which two things should you do?
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A: continue on at a normal speed
B: brake as quickly as possible
C: hold the steering wheel firmly to keep control
D: pull up slowly at the side of the road

Question 11 of 20
the legal minimum depth of tread for car tyres over three quarters of the breadth is
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A: 2.5 mm
B: 4 mm
C: 1.6 mm
D: 1 mm

Question 12 of 20
you are carrying two 13 year old children and their parents in your car. who is responsible for seeing that the children wear seat belts?
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A: you, the driver
B: the front-seat passenger
C: the children
D: the children's parents

Question 13 of 20
you should only use a mobile phone when
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A: receiving a call
B: suitably parked
C: driving an automatic vehicle
D: driving at less than 3 mph

Question 14 of 20
to help protect the environment you should not
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A: walk, cycle, or use public transport
B: remove your roof rack when unloaded
C: empty the boot of unnecessary weight
D: use your car for very short journeys
Question 15 of 20
anti-lock brakes reduce the chances of a skid occurring particularly when
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A: driving on good road surfaces
B: driving down steep hills
C: braking during normal driving
D: braking in an emergency

Question 16 of 20
front fog lights may be used only if
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A: visibility is seriously reduced
B: they are operated with rear fog lights
C: your headlights are not working
D: when driving during the hours of darkness

Question 17 of 20
you want to turn right at a box junction. there is oncoming traffic. you should
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A: drive on, you cannot turn right at a box junction
B: wait in the box junction if your exit is clear
C: drive slowly into the box junction when signalled by oncoming traffic
D: wait before the junction until it is clear of all traffic

Question 18 of 20
your vehicle pulls to one side when braking. you should
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A: pump the pedal when braking
B: use your handbrake at the same time
C: consult your garage as soon as possible
D: change the tyres around

Question 19 of 20
you are driving in heavy rain. your steering suddenly becomes very light. you
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A: ease off the accelerator
B: apply gentle acceleration
C: brake firmly to reduce speed
D: should


Question 20 of 20
unbalanced wheels on a car may cause
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A: the steering to vibrate
B: the steering to pull to one side
C: the tyres to deflate
D: the brakes to fail