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Question 1 of 10
When should you flash your headlights at other road users?CorrectIncorrect
You should only flash your headlights to warn others of your presence. Don’t use them to greet others, show impatience or give priority to other road users, because they could misunderstand your signal.
Question 2 of 10
You’re approaching an unmarked crossroads. How should you deal with this type of junction?CorrectIncorrect
Be cautious, especially when your view is restricted by hedges, bushes, walls, large vehicles, etc. In the summer months, these junctions can become more difficult to deal with, because growing foliage may further obscure your view.
Question 3 of 10
The conditions are good and dry. When should you use the ‘two-second rule’?CorrectIncorrect
In good conditions, the ‘two-second rule’ can be used to check the distance between your vehicle and the one in front. This technique works on roads carrying faster traffic. Choose a fixed object, such as a bridge, sign or tree. When the vehicle ahead passes this object, say to yourself ‘Only a fool breaks the two-second rule.’ If you reach the object before you finish saying this, you’re too close.
Question 4 of 10
At a puffin crossing, which colour follows the green signal?CorrectIncorrect
Puffin crossings have infra-red sensors that detect when pedestrians are crossing and hold the red traffic signal until the crossing is clear. The use of a sensor means there’s no flashing amber phase as there is with a pelican crossing.
Question 5 of 10
You’re in a line of traffic. The driver behind you is following very closely. What action should you take?CorrectIncorrect
If the driver behind is following too closely, there’s a danger they’ll collide with the back of your car if you stop suddenly. You can reduce this risk by slowing down and increasing the safety margin in front of you. This reduces the chance that you’ll have to stop suddenly and allows you to spread your braking over a greater distance. This is an example of defensive driving.
Question 6 of 10
You’re driving on a clear night. There’s a steady stream of oncoming traffic. The national speed limit applies. Which lights should you use?CorrectIncorrect
Use the full-beam headlights only when you can be sure that you won’t dazzle other road users.
Question 7 of 10
You’re driving behind a large goods vehicle. What should you do if it signals left but steers to the right?CorrectIncorrect
Large, long vehicles need extra room when making turns at junctions. They may move out to the right in order to make a left turn. Keep well back and don’t attempt to pass them on their left.
Question 8 of 10
You’re driving along this road. The red van cuts in close in front of you. What should you do?CorrectIncorrect
There are times when other drivers make incorrect or ill-judged decisions. Be tolerant and try not to retaliate or react aggressively. Always consider the safety of other road users, your passengers and yourself.
Question 9 of 10
You’re waiting in a traffic queue at night. How can you avoid dazzling drivers behind you?CorrectIncorrect
In queuing traffic, your brake lights can dazzle drivers behind you. If you apply your parking brake, you can take your foot off the footbrake. This will deactivate the brake lights.
Question 10 of 10
You’re driving in traffic at the speed limit for the road. What should you do if the driver behind is trying to overtake?CorrectIncorrect
Keep a steady course to give the driver behind an opportunity to overtake safely. If necessary, slow down. Reacting incorrectly to another driver’s impatience can lead to danger.