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1. 8.7You are on a motorway in fog. The left-hand
edge of the motorway can be identified by
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2. When MUST you use dipped headlights
during the day?

 

 

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3. Which THREE of the following will affect
your stopping distance?

 

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4. Why are vehicles fitted with rear fog lights?

 

 

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5. You have been driving in thick fog which has
now cleared. You must switch OFF your rear
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6. You are on a road which has speed humps.
A driver in front is travelling slower than you.
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7. In which THREE of these situations may you
overtake another vehicle on the left?

 

 

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8. 8.53 You may drive with front fog lights switched
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9. Why should you always reduce your speed
when travelling in fog?

 

 

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10. On a foggy day you unavoidably have to
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11. Hills can affect the performance of your
vehicle. Which TWO apply when driving up
steep hills?

 

 

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12. Why is travelling in neutral for long distances
(known as coasting) wrong?

 

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13. To correct a rear-wheel skid you should

 

 

 

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14. You have to park on the road in fog. You
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15. You are travelling at night. You are dazzled
by headlights coming towards you. You
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16. What are TWO main reasons why coasting
downhill is wrong?

 

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17. Whilst driving, the fog clears and you can
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18. 8.29You are driving with your front fog lights
switched on. Earlier fog has now cleared.
What should you do?

 

 

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19. Which TWO of the following are correct?
When overtaking at night you should

 

 

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20. Front fog lights should be used ONLY when

 

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21. You are on a motorway at night with other
vehicles just ahead of you. Which lights
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22. You should switch your rear fog lights on
when visibility drops below

 

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23. You are overtaking a car at night. You must
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24. You will feel the effects of engine braking
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25. You are driving on the motorway in windy
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26. 8.8A rumble device is designed to

 

 

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27. While you are driving in fog, it becomes
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28. You are on a well-lit motorway at night. You
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29. You are driving down a steep hill. Why could
keeping the clutch down or rolling in neutral
for too long be dangerous?

 

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30. You have to make a journey in foggy
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31. 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
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32. Areas reserved for trams may have

 

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33. You have just driven out of fog. Visibility is
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34. You are on a motorway at night. You MUST
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35. Front fog lights may be used ONLY if

 

 

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36. When snow is falling heavily you should

 

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37. You are travelling in very heavy rain. Your
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38. Why could keeping the clutch down or
selecting neutral for long periods of time be
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39. 8.16Which FOUR of the following may apply
when dealing with this hazard?

 

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40. 8.12You see these markings on the road. Why
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41. You forget to switch off your rear fog lights
when the fog has cleared. This may

 

 

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42. 8.5Which of these plates normally appear with
this road sign?

 

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43. You are driving on an icy road. What
distance should you drive from the car in
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44. Front fog lights should be used

 

 

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45. How can you use the engine of your vehicle
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46. 8.4When may you wait in a box junction?

 

 

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47. You see a vehicle coming towards you on a
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48. Holding the clutch pedal down or rolling in
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49. You are driving in fog. Why should you keep
well back from the vehicle in front?

 

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50. You have to make a journey in fog. What are
the TWO most important things you should
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51. 8.16After this hazard you should test your
brakes. Why is this?

 

 

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52. You are braking on a wet road. Your vehicle
begins to skid. It does not have anti-lock
brakes. What is the FIRST thing you should
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53. Chains can be fitted to your wheels to help
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54. Front fog lights may be used ONLY if

 

 

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55. Traffic calming measures are used to

 

 

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56. The road is wet. Why might a motorcyclist
steer round drain covers on a bend?

 

 

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57. You may use front fog lights with headlights
ONLY when visibility is reduced to less than

 

 

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58. Using rear fog lights in clear daylight will

 

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59. Using front fog lights in clear daylight will

 

 

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60. Using rear fog lights on a clear dry night will

 

 

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61. Why is it dangerous to leave rear fog lights
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62. Daytime visibility is poor but not seriously
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