1) You break down on a motorway. You need
to call for help.
Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone
rather than a mobile phone?
2) You are driving on a motorway. A moving
lorry just ahead of you switches on its
hazard warning lights.
What does this mean?
3) When you are driving between 2 am and 7
am there is a particular risk,
in relation to your 'body clock'. You are more likely to
4) Many sleep-related vehicle incidents (SRVIs)
occur at work.
Men are more likely than women to be involved.
Between what ages are men most at risk?
5) You are driving on a motorway.
There has been an accident on the other side of the carriageway.
You should take extra care as traffic in your lane may
6) Your mobile phone rings while you are
driving. You should
7) A long, heavily laden lorry is taking a long
time to overtake you.
What should you do?
8) A number of sleep related vehicle incidents
(SRVIs) are probably work related.
What percentage involve commercial vehicles?
9) A pelican crossing that crosses the road in a
and has a central island must be treated as
10) Which of the following can prevent you from
obtaining a bus or lorry licence?
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