1. Driving -the essential skills states that when changing lanes on a motorway you should carry out the msm routine :You should?
A) Change direction.
B) Start the routine earlier at higher speeds
C) Expect other traffic to act on your signal
D) start the routine later at higher speeds.
2. You are driving a vehicle with automatic transmission. To negotiate corners safely you are advised to.
A) Brake gently whilst driving round the corner
B) Use the kick-down facility to select a lower gear
C) Slow down before the corner and then accelerate gently as you turn
D) Select the appropriate gear position for the speed required and lock it in that position
3. At an accident it is important to look after the casualty when the area is safe, you should....
A) Get them out of the vehicle.
B) Keep them in the vehicle
C) Give them something to eat.
D) Give them a drink.
4. You break down on a two-way road . At what distance should a red breakdown warning triangle be placed behind the wheel?
A) 90 meters
B) 125 meters
C) 150 meters
D) 45 meters
5. If convicted of drinking and driving twice within 10 years which Agency would you have to satisfy that they do not have an alcohol problem?
A) Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency's : Medical Branch.
B) Police Authority
C) Driving Standards Agency
D) Benefits Agency
6. What type of vehicle answering an emergency call would have a green flashing beacon?
A) Coastguard
B) Doctors car
C) Fire engine
D) Ambulance
7. To help a pupil attain a good standard of driving the amount of verbal instruction should be?
A) Reduce as their competence increases
B) Increase as the test approaches
C) maintain at the same level regardless of competence
D) stopped when they reach standard
8. You must not drive if your breath alcohol level is higher than?
A) 35 microgrammes per 100 millilitres.
B) 30 microgrammes per 100 ml.
C) 25 microgrammes per 100ml.
D) 20 microgrammes per 100 ml.
9. When being overtaken at night you should dip your lights.
A) Well after the vehicle passes you
B) As soon as the vehicle passes you.
C) When ever the vehicle behind flashes its lights.
D) Never.
10. An accident has just happened. An injured person is lying in the busy road. What is the first thing you should do to Help?
A) Treat the person for shock
B) Warn other traffic
C) Make sure the person is kept warm
D) Place them in the recovery position
11. Your vehicle goes into a skid, the left of your vehicle goes out what would happen if you oversteer to the left?
A) Nothing
B) You will correct the skid.
C) You will do a 360 spin.
D) This wil cause the vehicle to skid in the opposite direction.
12. Drivers convicteed of certain dangerous driving offences, are required to take an extended test,Which?
A) Takes about 70min and will include additional manoeuvres.
B) Is concentrated on their convictionIs the same length of time as the ordinary L test.
C) Is concentrated on their conviction
D) Takes about 70min and will include the same manoeuvres as the ordinary L test
13. You should inform your pupil that during the turn in the road exercise they should complete the manoeuvre
A) As quickly as possible in three movments
B) In three movments but touching the kerb would not necessarlily mean a failure
C) With as few moves as possible taking into account the size of the vehicle and the width of the road
D) In three movments without touching the kerb
14. A toucan crossing is different from other crossings because.
A) It is controlled by two flashing lights
B) It is controlled by a traffic warden
C) Cyclist can use it
D) Moped riders can use it
15. Before driving anyone elses motor vehicle you should make sure that?
A) The owner has left the insurance documents in the vehicle.
B) The vehicle owner has third party insurance cover.
C) Your own vehicle has insurance cover.
D) The vehicle is insured for your use.
16. You are going ahead in a one-way street, unless road markings indicate otherwise you should drive in?
A) The most appropriate lane.
B) The right-hand lane.
C) The left-hand lane.
D) Any lane
17. You can park on the right -hand side of a road at night.
A) Less than 10 meters from a junction.
B) Only under a lamp-post
C) In a one -way street
D) With your offside parking lights switched on.
18. The minimum distance that an examiner would ask a candidate to read an old style number plate which has letters and numbers of 79.4mm or three and one eighth inches high is.....
A) 20.5 meters
B) 18.0 meters
C) 22.7 meters
D) 25.0 meters
19. An instructor whose name has been entered on the Register of Approved Driving Instructors will be subject to supervision by a supervising Examiner (ADI)
A) Only for the first six months that they are on the Register.
B) For the whole time that they are on the Register.
C) Only for the first twelve months that they are on the Register.
D) Only until they achieved a grade 6
20. A pupil with a physical disability is concerned whether the examiner will be aware of their special needs. The instructor should say that?
A) They have to be that much better than an able bodied driver.
B) They will be tested to a lower standard than an able bodied driver.
C) The examiner will understand their difficulty.
D) The examiner has more time to study their faults.