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Driving Theory Session 2 Cut and Paste answers Alertness
Before you make a U-turn in the road, you should 1 C) Look over your shoulder for a final check
As you approach this bridge you should 2 B) slow down D) consider using your horn F) beware of pedestrians
When following a large vehicle you should keep well back because 3 C) it allows the driver to see you in the mirrors
In which of these situations should you avoid overtaking? 4 D) Approaching a dip in the road
5. This road marking warns 5 C) overtaking drivers to move back to the left
Your mobile phone rings while you are travelling. You should 6 C) pull up in a suitable place
Why are these yellow lines painted across the road? 7 C) To make you aware of your speed
You are approaching traffic lights that have been on green for some time. You should 8 C) be ready to stop
Which of the following should you do before stopping? 9 B) Use the mirrors
As a driver what does the term Blind Spot mean? 10 D) An area not seen in your mirrors
Objects hanging from your interior mirror may 11 A) restrict your view C) distract your attention
You are most likely to lose concentration when driving if you 12 A) use a mobile phone B) listen to very loud music
Which FOUR are most likely to cause you to lose concentration while you are driving? 13 A) Using a mobile phone B) Talking into a microphone C) Tuning your car radio D) Looking at a map
You are driving on a wet road. You have to stop your vehicle in an emergency. You should 14 B) keep both hands on the wheel
Which of the following may cause loss of concentration on a long journey? 15 A) Loud music B) Arguing with a passenger C) Using a mobile phone D) Putting in a cassette tape
You should not use a mobile phone whilst driving 16 C) because it might distract your attention from the road ahead
Your vehicle is fitted with a hands free phone system. Using this equipment whilst driving 17 B) could distract your attention from the road
Using a hands free phone is likely to 18 D) divert your attention
Using a mobile phone while you are driving 19 C) could distract your attention from the road
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