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Test Type: Large Vehicle - Accident handling
Number of Questions: 10
Pass Mark: 10
Large Vehicle Theory Test Section 7 - Accident handling

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1) You are giving mouth to mouth to a casualty.
They are still not breathing on their own. You should





2) A laminated windscreen is one which




3) You are driving through a tunnel. Your vehicle breaks down.
What should you do?





4) You are at the scene of an accident.
Which of these is a symptom of shock?





5) You arrive at an accident. A motorcyclist is unconscious. Your first priority is the casualtys




6) You are driving in a tunnel and your vehicle catches fire.
What should you try to do FIRST?





7) At the scene of an accident you see a plain orange rectangle displayed on one of the vehicles.
This tells you that the vehicle





8) At the scene of an accident a person has become hysterical.
You should calm them by





9) You arrive at the scene of an accident.
It has just happened, and someone is unconscious.
Which of the following should be given urgent priority to help them?

3 answers required






10) At a traffic incident a casualty is unconscious.
Which THREE of the following should you check urgently?

3 answers required






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