1) You are driving in town. There is a bus at
the bus stop on the other side of the road.
Why should you be careful?
A - The bus may have broken down
B - Pedestrians may come from behind the bus
C - The bus may move off suddenly
D - The bus may remain stationary
2) You are dazzled at night by a vehicle behind
you. You should
A - set your mirror to anti-dazzle
B - set your mirror to dazzle the other driver
C - brake sharply to a stop
D - switch your rear lights on and off
3) You intend to turn right into a side road.
Just before turning you should check for
motorcyclists who might be
A - overtaking on your left
B - following you closely
C - emerging from the side road
D - overtaking on your right
4) You are turning left into a side road. What
hazards should you be especially aware of?
A - One way street
B - Pedestrians
C - Traffic congestion
D - Parked vehicles
5) You are about to reverse into a side road. A
pedestrian wishes to cross behind you. You
A - wave to the pedestrian to stop
B - give way to the pedestrian
C - wave to the pedestrian to cross
D - reverse before the pedestrian starts to cross
6) You are following two cyclists. They
approach a roundabout in the left-hand
lane. In which direction should you expect
the cyclists to go?
A - Left
B - Right
C - Any direction
D - Straight ahead
7) What does this sign mean?
A - No route for pedestrians and cyclists
B - A route for pedestrians only
C - A route for cyclists only
D - A route for pedestrians and cyclists
8) Where would you see this sign?
A - In the window of a car taking children to school
B - At the side of the road
C - At playground areas
D - On the rear of a school bus or coach
9) Powered vehicles used by disabled people
are small and hard to see. How do they give
early warning when on a dual carriageway?
A - They will have a flashing red light
B - They will have a flashing green light
C - They will have a flashing blue light
D - They will have a flashing amber light
10) You are at a road junction, turning into a
minor road. There are pedestrians crossing
the minor road. You should
A - stop and wave the pedestrians across
B - sound your horn to let the pedestrians know that you are there
C - give way to the pedestrians who are already crossing
D - carry on; the pedestrians should give to you
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