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1. You are involved in a collision. Because of
this which THREE of these documents may
the police ask you to produce?

 

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2. After a collision someone has suffered a
burn. The burn needs to be cooled. What is
the shortest time it should be cooled for?

 

 

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3. While driving, a warning light on your
vehicle’s instrument panel comes on. You
should

 

 

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4. You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle
crash. No other vehicle is involved. The rider
is unconscious and lying in the middle of the
road. The FIRST thing you should do is

 

 

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5. Your tyre bursts while you are driving. Which
TWO things should you do?

 

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6. A person has been injured. They may be
suffering from shock. What are the warning
signs to look for?

 

 

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7. Your engine catches fire. What should you
do first?

 

 

 

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8. When driving through a tunnel you should

 

 

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9. At an incident it is important to look after
any casualties. When the area is safe, you
should

 

 

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10. You break down on a level crossing. The
lights have not yet begun to flash. Which
THREE things should you do?

 

 

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11. At a collision you suspect a casualty has
back injuries. The area is safe. You should

 

 

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12. You arrive at an incident. A motorcyclist is
unconscious. Your FIRST priority is the
casualty’s

 

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13. Before driving through a tunnel what should
you do?

 

 

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14. You arrive at an incident where someone is
suffering from severe burns. You should

 

 

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15. You arrive at an incident. There has been an
engine fire and someone’s hands and arms
have been burnt. You should NOT

 

 

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16. A casualty is not breathing normally. Chest
compressions should be given. At what
rate?

 

 

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17. You are at the scene of an incident.
Someone is suffering from shock. You
should

 

 

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18. You arrive at the scene of an incident. It has
just happened and someone is
unconscious. Which THREE of these should
be given urgent priority to help them?

 

 

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19. 13.50You have broken down on a two-way road.
You have a warning triangle. It should be
displayed

 

 

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20. At the scene of a traffic incident you should

 

 

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21. At an incident a casualty is unconscious but
still breathing. You should only move them if

 

 

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22. There has been a collision. A driver is
suffering from shock. What TWO of these
should you do?

 

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23. Which THREE of these items should you
carry for use in the event of a collision?

 

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24. When are you allowed to use hazard
warning lights?

 

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Question 25 of 74

25. You are on the motorway. Luggage falls
from your vehicle. What should you do?

 

 

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Question 26 of 74

26. An adult casualty is not breathing. To
maintain circulation, compressions should
be given. What is the correct depth to
press?

 

 

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27. You arrive at an incident. A pedestrian has a
severe bleeding leg wound. It is not broken
and there is nothing in the wound. What
TWO of these should you do?

 

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28. You are at an incident where a casualty is
unconscious. Their breathing should be
checked. This should be done for at least

 

 

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29. A collision has just happened. An injured
person is lying in a busy road. What is the
FIRST thing you should do to help?

 

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30. You are in a tunnel. Your vehicle is on fire
and you CANNOT drive it. What should you
do?

 

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31. You are on a motorway. When can you use
hazard warning lights?

 

 

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32. You arrive at the scene of a crash. Someone
is bleeding badly from an arm wound. There
is nothing embedded in it. What should you
do?

 

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33. When approaching a tunnel it is good advice
to

 

 

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34. You arrive at a serious motorcycle crash.
The motorcyclist is unconscious and
bleeding. Your THREE main priorities should
be to

 

 

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35. You are going through a congested tunnel
and have to stop. What should you do?

 

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36. At an incident a casualty has stopped
breathing. You should

 

 

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37. At an incident someone is unconscious.
Your THREE main priorities should be to

 

 

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38. Your vehicle has a puncture on a motorway.
What should you do?

 

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39. You see a car on the hard shoulder of a
motorway with a HELP pennant displayed.
This means the driver is most likely to be

 

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40. At an incident a casualty is unconscious.
Which THREE of these should you check
urgently?

 

 

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41. On the motorway, the hard shoulder should
be used

 

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42. A casualty has an injured arm. They can
move it freely but it is bleeding. Why should
you get them to keep it in a raised position?

 

 

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43. You are going through a long tunnel. What
will warn you of congestion or an incident
ahead?

 

 

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44. At an incident a casualty is not breathing. To
start the process to restore normal breathing
you should

 

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45. You suspect that an injured person may be
suffering from shock. What are the warning
signs to look for?

 

 

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46. A tanker is involved in a collision. Which sign
shows that it is carrying dangerous goods?

 

 

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47. Following a collision someone has suffered a
burn. The burn needs to be cooled. What is
the shortest time it should be cooled for?

 

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48. Your vehicle catches fire while driving
through a tunnel. It is still driveable. What
should you do?

 

 

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49. You arrive at an incident. It has just
happened and someone is injured. Which
THREE should be given urgent priority?

 

 

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50. You have a collision whilst your car is
moving. What is the FIRST thing you must
do?

 

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51. You have broken down on a motorway.
When you use the emergency telephone
you will be asked

 

 

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52. You are the first person to arrive at an
incident where people are badly injured.
Which THREE should you do?

 

 

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53. You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle
crash. The rider is injured. When should the
helmet be removed?

 

 

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54. There has been a collision. A motorcyclist is
lying injured and unconscious. Unless it’s
essential, why should you usually NOT
attempt to remove their helmet?

 

 

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55. After a collision someone is unconscious in
their vehicle. When should you call the
emergency services?

 

 

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56. You have to treat someone for shock at the
scene of an incident. You should

 

 

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57. Your vehicle breaks down in a tunnel. What
should you do?

 

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58. You have stalled in the middle of a level
crossing and cannot restart the engine. The
warning bell starts to ring. You should

 

 

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59. What TWO safeguards could you take
against fire risk to your vehicle?

 

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60. You have stopped at an incident to give
help. Which THREE things should you do?

 

 

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61. You are going through a tunnel. What
systems are provided to warn of any
incidents, collisions or congestion?

 

 

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62. You are the first to arrive at the scene of a
crash. Which TWO of these should you do?

 

 

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Question 63 of 74

63. 13.50You have broken down on a two-way road.
You have a warning triangle. You should
place the warning triangle at least how far
from your vehicle?

 

 

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Question 64 of 74

64. Which of the following should you NOT do
at the scene of a collision?

 

 

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65. You are driving through a tunnel. Your
vehicle catches fire. What should you do?

 

 

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66. You are on a motorway. A large box falls
onto the road from a lorry. The lorry does
not stop. You should

 

 

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67. You are driving through a tunnel and the
traffic is flowing normally. What should you
do?

 

 

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68. Your vehicle has broken down on an
automatic railway level crossing. What
should you do FIRST?

 

 

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69. Which TWO things should you do when a
front tyre bursts?

 

 

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Question 70 of 74

70. At an incident a small child is not breathing.
To restore normal breathing you should
breathe into their mouth

 

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71. An injured motorcyclist is lying unconscious
in the road. You should always

 

 

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

 

 

 

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73. An injured person has been placed in the
recovery position. They are unconscious but
breathing normally. What else should be
done?

 

 

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Question 74 of 74

74. For which TWO should you use hazard
warning lights?

 

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