Instructor


1. You are planning to turn right onto a major road at a Y-junction to improve your view you should position your vehicle?
A) At a right angle to the stop or give way lines.
B) Close to the left-hand side of the minor road.
C) Parallel to the centre line on the minor road.
D) Just left of the centre line on the minor road.
2. 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
3. Some drivers have an exemption certificate allowing them to drive without wearing a seat belt. The certificate is issued by?
A) A member of the medical profession.
B) The Driver & Vehicle Testing Agency
C) The Police Service of Northern Ireland
D) The Driver & Vehicle Licensing Northern Ireland.
4. During a lesson an Instructor continually uses either the steering or the dual controls this is likely to
A) Help to build up the pupils anticipation skills
B) Assist in developing the pupils hazard awareness skills
C) Build pupils confidence as they feel the instructor is in control.
D) Do little to build the pupils faith in the Instructor
5. 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
6. You would normally see a contra flow bus and cycle lane on.
A) A dual carriageway
B) A roundabout
C) A one way street
D) An urban motorway.
7. 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.
8. 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.
9. A totally deaf person may drive?
A) Only a light motor car
B) Only with a suitable accompanying driver
C) Any vehicle fitted with extra rear view mirrors
D) Any type of motor car
10. You have to treat somone for shock at the scene of an accident.you should
A) Walk them around to calm them down
B) Give them something cold to drink
C) Cool them down as soon as possible
D) Reassure them constantly
11. You should inform a pregnant pupil, who is not medically exempt
A) That they must wear the seat belt in the normal way
B) To only wear the lap of a three point seat belt
C) That it is not necessary to wear a seat belt
D) That they should not take lessons until after the birth
12. The process of perception can be described as.
A) Dealing with situations in retrospect
B) The selective focusing on a given hazard
C) Defining hazards as you pass them
D) The interpretation of necessary information
13. The minimum age to drive a car by a person receiving the higher rate of disability living allowance is?
A) 15 years
B) 16 years
C) 17 years
D) 21years
14. 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.
15. 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
16. 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.
17. A category B driving test candidate with in only one eye passes the test. The examiner will issue a?
A) Normal pass certificate.
B) Pass certificate restricting the person to certain speed limits.
C) Pass certificate,with a restriction listing the vehicles which the person can drive.
D) Pass certificate showing the disability.
18. 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.
19. You must show your motor insurance certificate when?
A) You are taking your driving test.
B) Having an MOT inspection.
C) Buying or selling a vehicle.
D) You are taxing your vehicle.
20. A pupil drives the rear wheels over the kerb when turning left they should be told that .
A) This fault can be avoided by swinging out to the right after turning.
B) The rear wheels cut in when turning left.
C) This fault can be avoided swinging out to the right before the turn.
D) They had turned the steering wheel too late.