Category B (Car)

1. What is a Toucan Crossing.
A) It is a place in a zoo where exotic birds can cross.
B) It is a crossing where pedestrian and cyclists can cross the road.
C) This is where trains and trams can cross the road.
D) This has a flashing amber phase for motorists.
2. You are following a vehicle on a wet road. You should leave a time gap of at least how many seconds?
A) 2 .
B) 4 .
C) 6 .
D) 8 .
3. You should switch your rear fog lights on when visibility drops below?
A) 200 meters
B) 100 meters
C) Ten car lengths
D) Your overall stopping distance
4. Tyre pressures should be checked?
A) Once a day
B) Once a week
C) Every time before driving
D) Once a month
5. Freezing conditions will affect the distance it takes you to come to a stop. You should expect stopping distances to increase by up to?
A) 8 times.
B) 4 times.
C) 2 times.
D) 10 times.
6. The police may ask you to produce which three of these documents following an accident.
A) Pilots licence, insurance ,driving licence
B) Insurance,driving licence vehicle registration
C) Insurance,dog licence, vehicle registration
D) Mot certificate,driving licence , insurance
7. How can missing out some gear changes save fuel?
A) by reducing the amout of acceleration between gears?
B) Answer is a
C) Answer is a
D) Just learn this one the question will be removed from dsa question bank its not user friendly.
8. You are on a motorway in fog. The left - hand edge of the motorway can be identified by reflective studs. What colour are they?
A) Amber.
B) White.
C) Green.
D) Red.
9. You are on a motorway what colour are the reflective studs on the left of the carriageway?
A) Amber.
B) Red.
C) Green.
D) White.
10. Case Study.
You decide to visit your friend who lives approx 20 miles away.
Nearing the end of your journey you come to a pedestrian crossing... why should you never wave a person on to the crossing ?
A) There may be another vehicle coming.
B) They may not be paying attention.
C) It is safer for you to carry on.
D) They may be not see you
11. You are in a tunnel your vehicle is on fire and you cannot drive it . What should you do?
A) Try and put out the fire, switch on your hazard warning lights
B) Try and put out the fire,switch off hazards
C) Push it out of the tunnel
D) all of the above
12. Powered vehicles used by disabled people are small and hard to see. How do they give early warning when on a dual carriageway?
A) They will have a flashing green light.
B) They will have a flashing red light.
C) They will have a flashing amber light.
D) They will have a flashing blue light.
13. How can you help save the environment ? select 2 answers
A) By using a bycyle more.
B) Drive journeys with more planning involved
C) free wheel down hills
D) look out the side window at the flowers
14. You are on a good,dry road surface and your vehicle has good brakes and tyre's. What is the typical overall stopping distance at 60 mph
A) 12 meters/40 feet.
B) 73 meters/240 feet.
C) 36 meters/120 feet.
D) 96 meters/315 feet.
15. What percentage of all emissions does road transport account for?
A) 10%
B) 40%
C) 20%
D) 60%
16. You are towing a small caravan on a dual carriageway.You must not exceed?
A) 70mph
B) 80mph
C) 50mph
D) 60mph
17. When involved in an accident what 2 sets of the information do you need to record from the driver of the vehicle.
A) who owns the vehicle.
B) Vehicle Registration Number
C) how long the person has been driving.
D) has the vehicle got Road Tax.
18. Who of these will not have to pay congestion charges in London?
A) A van driver.
B) A car driver whose vehicle is more than 1000cc.
C) A rider of a two-wheeled vehicle.
D) a driver who just wants to park in the area.
19. What colour are the reflective studs between a motorway and its slip road?
A) Blue
B) Orange
C) Red
D) Green
20. How can you tell the difference between a contra flow sign and a with flow sign?
A) They are a different colour.
B) The contra flow sign has arrows in it.
C) The with flow sign is red
D) The with flow sign is a triangle.