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Test Type: Car - Vehicle handling
Number of Questions: 10
Pass Mark: 10
Car Theory Test Section Eight - Vehicle handling



1) You are driving down a steep hill. Why could keeping the clutch down or rolling in neutral for too long be dangerous?




2) You are on a motorway at night. You MUST have your headlights switched on unless




3) You should switch your rear fog lights on when visibility drops below




4) You have been driving in thick fog which has now cleared.
You must switch OFF your rear fog lights because





5) While you're driving in fog, it becomes necessary to use front fog lights. What should you remember?




6) You are travelling in very heavy rain.
Your overall stopping distance is likely to be





7) You have to park on the road in fog.
You should





8) To correct a rear-wheel skid you should




9) A rumble device is designed to
rumble device

2 answers required





10) You are driving down a long steep hill. You suddenly notice your brakes are not working as well as normal.
What is the usual cause of this?






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