Instructor


1. When disabled drivers take their driving test what arrangements are made?
A) Extra time is given because all the manoeuvres must be carried out
B) Time is allowed for an extended test
C) Aspecial driving test is arranged to suit the candidates disaability
D) Extra time is given to the examiner
2. Turning the wheel too late when turning a corner to the right will be marked on the driving test report as?
A) Control: steering
B) Positioning: normal driving
C) Junctions: turning right
D) positioning: lane discipline
3. An appropriate use of open questions is to establish a pupils.
A) Attitude to road procedures.
B) Level of practical knowledge.
C) Motivation for learning to drive.
D) Degree of psychomotor skills.
4. The publications containing advice on traffic regulations for all road users is
A) Driving the essential Skills.
B) Roadcraft.
C) The official Driving Test.
D) The Highway code.
5. You are on a dual carriageway ahead you see a slow moving vehicle with an amber flashing light the Highway code states that this light will be fitted on a....
A) A fire engine
B) A doctors vehicle
C) An ambulance
D) A disabled persons vehicle
6. What advise does the highway code give you when turning right onto a dual carriageway with a very narrow central reservation?
A) Emerge slightly to show your intentions.
B) Stop in the first lane so that other vehicles give way.
C) Proceed to the central reservation and wait.
D) Wait unti the road is clear in both directions.
7. 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
8. You leave your vehicle overnight on a road with a 40 mph speed limit .You should park?
A) With parking lights on
B) Facing the traffic
C) Near a street light
D) With dipped headlights on
9. The permissible maximum authorised mass of a category B vehicle used for an L test is?
A) 3.5 tonnes
B) 3.0 tonnes
C) 5.0 tonnes
D) 7.5 tonnes
10. 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.
11. 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
12. 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
13. 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.
14. 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.
15. An example of the use of feedback technique by a driving instructor is to.
A) Concentrate fully on teaching new skills.
B) Record pupils progress for the instructors. needs.
C) Inform the pupil of their progress.
D) Tell the pupil what they have done wrong.
16. You wish to park overnight on a road with a 40mph speed limit.The highway code states that you must park
A) Facing the traffic .
B) Near a street light.
C) With dipped headlights.
D) With parking lights on.
17. A newly qualified driver must?
A) Be accompanied on a motorway.
B) Not exceed 40mph for 12 months.
C) Have valid motor insurance.
D) Display green L-Plates.
18. 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.
19. 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.
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.