Alertness Motorcycle

1. To move off safely from a parked position
you should

 

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2. Why can it be helpful to have mirrors fitted
on each side of your motorcycle ?

 

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3. In which of these situations should you
avoid overtaking?

 

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4. When you see a hazard ahead you should
use the mirrors. Why is this?

 

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5. As you approach this bridge you should

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6. You have been waiting for some time to
make a right turn into a side road. What
should you do just before you make the
turn?

 

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7. Before you make a U-turn in the road, you
should

 

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8. You are turning right at a large roundabout.
Before you cross a lane to reach your exit
you should

 

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9. You are on a motorway. You see an incident
on the other side of the road. Your lane is
clear. You should

 

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10. You are turning right onto a dual
carriageway. What should you do before
emerging?

 

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11. When following a large vehicle you should
keep well back because this

 

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12. You are about to turn right. What should you
do just before you turn?

 

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13. When riding, your shoulders obstruct the
view in your mirrors. To overcome this you
should

 

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14. You see road signs showing a sharp bend
ahead. What should you do?

 

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15. The ‘blind area’ should be checked before

 

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16. You want to change lanes in busy, moving
traffic. Why could looking over your shoulder
help?

 

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17. You are riding at night and are dazzled by
the headlights of an oncoming car. You
should

 

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18. You are riding at night. You have your
headlight on main beam. Another vehicle is
overtaking you. When should you dip your
headlight?

 

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19. You are approaching traffic lights that have
been on green for some time. You should
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20. Riding a motorcycle when you are cold
could cause you to
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21. Why are these yellow lines painted across
the road?

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22. You are waiting to turn right at the end of a
road. Your view is obstructed by parked
vehicles. What should you do?

 

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23. You are turning right at a large roundabout.
Before you leave the roundabout you should

 

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24. You are about to emerge from a junction.
Your pillion passenger tells you it’s clear.
When should you rely on their judgement?

 

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25. You are positioned to turn right on a multi-lane roundabout. What should you do before to a lane on your left?

 

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26. When riding a different motorcycle you
should

 

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27. You are riding at night and are dazzled by
the lights of an approaching vehicle. What
should you do?

 

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28. This road marking warns

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29. In motorcycling, the term ‘lifesaver’ refers to

 

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30. You are about to emerge from a junction.
Your pillion passenger tells you it’s safe to
go. What should you do?

 

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31. Your mobile phone rings while you are
travelling. You should

 

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32. It is vital to check the ‘blind area’ before

 

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33. You are turning right on a multi-lane
roundabout. When should you take a
‘lifesaver’ glance over your left shoulder?

 

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34. On a motorcycle you should only use a
mobile telephone when you

 

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35. You should always check the ‘blind areas’
before

 

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36. What must you do before stopping
normally?

 

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37. Which of the following should you do before
stopping?

 

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38. In which of these situations should you
avoid overtaking?

 

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39. What is the ‘lifesaver’ when riding a
motorcycle?

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