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2 Alertness and Attitude Sample questions from the Alertness and Attitude units of the Driving Theory syllabus.

3 Ignore them as they have no authority Stop and switch off your engine Continue on but drive slowly Try and get past quickly 1 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer A person herding sheep asks you to stop. You should Click the writing to listen. Type X next to the correct answers. If correct, the X will turn blue.

4 Receiving a call Suitably parked Driving at less than 30mph Driving an automatic vehicle 2 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer You should ONLY use a mobile phone when

5 Using a mobile phone Talking into a microphone Tuning your car radio Looking at a map Checking the mirrors Using the demisters 3 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark four answers Which FOUR are most likely to cause you to lose concentration while you are driving?

6 An area covered by your right- hand mirror An area covered by your left- hand mirror An area not covered by your headlamps An area not seen in your mirrors 4 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer As a driver what does the term Blind Spot mean?

7 Until you are satisfied that no other traffic is near Because it might distract your attention from the road ahead Unless you are able to drive one handed Because reception is poor when the engine is running 5 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer You should not use a mobile phone whilst driving

8 Stop at traffic lights and ask pedestrians Turn into a side road, stop and check a map Shout to other drivers to ask them the way Check a map, and keep going with the traffic flow 6 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer You lose your way on a busy road. What is the best action to take?

9 Lorries Motorcyclists Buses Coaches 7 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer You are waiting to emerge from a junction. The screen pillar is restricting your view. What should you be particularly aware of?

10 Open your window to look behind Look in the nearside mirror Open the door and look behind Ask someone to guide you 8 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer You cannot see clearly behind when reversing. What should you do?

11 Just after a bend On a 30mph road In a one-way street Approaching a dip in the road 9 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer In which of these situations should you avoid overtaking?

12 Stop and wait for the green light Give way to pedestrians waiting to cross Stop and wait for the red light Give way to pedestrians already on the crossing 10 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer At a pelican crossing the flashing amber light means you MUST

13 Speed up Hold your speed Slow down Change direction 11 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer A long, heavily laden lorry is taking a long time to overtake you. What should you do?

14 To alert others to your presence To greet other road users To allow you right of way To signal your annoyance 12 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer What should you use your horn for?

15 To show that you are giving way To tell them that you have right of way To show that you are about to turn To let them know that you are there 13 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer You should ONLY flash your headlights to other road users

16 Full beam headlights Dipped headlights Sidelights Fog lights 14 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer You are driving on a clear night. There is a steady stream of oncoming traffic. The national speed limit applies. Which lights should you use?

17 Slow down and let the vehicle turn Overtake on the right of it Drive on, keeping to the left Hold your speed and sound your horn 15 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer You are driving behind a large goods vehicle. It signals left but steers to the right. You should

18 Swerve past it and sound your horn Slow down and be ready to stop Flash your headlights and drive up close behind Accelerate past it immediately 16 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer A vehicle pulls out in front of you at a junction. What should you do?

19 Be patient and wait Carry on Sound your horn Wave them to cross 17 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer You stop for pedestrians waiting to cross at a zebra crossing. They do not start to cross. What should you do?

20 Move closer to the car ahead, so the driver behind has no room to overtake Keep a steady course and allow the driver behind to overtake Wave the driver behind to overtake when it is safe Accelerate to get away from the driver behind 18 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer You are driving in traffic at the speed limit for the road. The driver behind is trying to overtake. What should you do?

21 Increase your speed Flash your headlights Give plenty of room Sound your horn Drive slowly past Rev your engine 19 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark two answers You are driving along a country road. A horse and rider are approaching. What should you do?

22 Wet Damp Good Foggy 20 of 20 Alertness and Attitude Mark one answer A two-second gap between yourself and the car in front is sufficient when conditions are

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