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Test Type: Large Vehicle - Restricted view
Number of Questions: 10
Pass Mark: 10
Large Vehicle Theory Test Section 11 - Restricted view

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1) At junctions it is difficult to see motorcyclists because they




2) Because of its size and design a large vehicle will have




3) Large vehicles have many blind spots.
What does 'blind spot' mean?





4) What should you first check before moving to the LEFT?




5) Some large vehicles with restricted vision to the rear may be fitted with an audible warning device for reversing.
In areas with a 30 mph restriction the device may be used





6) You are driving a long vehicle.
Before turning left onto a main road you should be ESPECIALLY careful of

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7) The audible warning device is operating as you reverse.
You should be





8) Many modern vehicles are fitted with an additional near-side mirror.
This is positioned so that the driver can see





9) You are turning right at a T-junction.
Your view to the right and left is blocked due to parked vehicles.
You should





10) You want to turn right at a roundabout marked with two right-turn lanes.
There is ample room for your vehicle in either lane.
You should






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