1) Which axle configuration is most effective at preventing petrol tankers from rolling over?
A - Tandem axles with double wheels
B - Tandem axles with air suspension
C - Tri-axles with single wheels
D - Tri-axles with double wheels
2) What is the minimum height of an unmarked
A - 4.5 metres (15 feet)
B - 4.7 metres (15 feet 6 inches)
C - 4.8 metres (16 feet)
D - 5.0 metres (16 feet 6 inches)
3) The repair of a speed limiter must be carried
A - an authorised Speed Limiter centre
B - any Vehicle Inspectorate site
C - your nearest Service Centre
D - the depot by a mechanic
4) What does this motorway sign mean?
A - 11 tonnes weight limit
B - Stop all lanes ahead closed
C - Leave the motorway at the next exit
D - Lane ahead closed
5) In England and Wales, what is the national speed limit on a single carriageway road for a rigid lorry with a maximum authorised mass of more than 7.5 tonnes?
A - 30 mph
B - 40 mph
C - 50 mph
D - 60 mph
6) You are driving on a motorway in a vehicle
fitted with a speed limiter. You should be
A - the lower running costs
B - the smoother ride
C - the limited power available when overtaking
D - the increased fuel consumption
7) You're driving a lorry carrying a load that's 4.5 metres (14 feet 9 inches) wide. What's the maximum speed you're allowed to drive on a motorway?
A - 10 mph
B - 20 mph
C - 30 mph
D - 40 mph
8) What does this sign mean?
A - No vehicles over 14 feet 6 inches (4.4 m) wide
B - No vehicles over 14 feet 6 inches (4.4 m) high
C - Road humps 14 feet 6 inches (4.4 m) apart
D - No vehicles over 14 feet 6 inches (4.4 m) long
9) You are driving a long vehicle. You want to
turn right. There is a painted miniroundabout.
What should you do?
A - Make sure none of your wheels touch the roundabout
B - Avoid going over the roundabout if possible
C - Go ahead, and turn right at the next junction
D - Carefully mount the left-hand kerb to make more room
10) You are driving on a motorway. Your
stopping distance can increase by up to ten
times if the road surface is
A - bumpy
B - icy
C - worn
D - wet
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