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2 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Sample questions from the Accidents and Vehicle Loading units of the Driving Theory syllabus.

3 Not put yourself at risk Pull everybody out of their vehicles Go to those casualties who are screaming Leave vehicle engines switched on 1 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer At the scene of an accident you should Click the writing to listen. Type X next to the correct answers. If correct, the X will turn blue.

4 Breathing Broken bones Bleeding Bruising 2 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer You arrive at an accident. A motorcyclist is unconscious. Your FIRST priority is the casualty’s

5 Offer them a cigarette Keep them warm Reassure them constantly Offer them a warm drink Loosen any tight clothing 3 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark three answers You are at the scene of an accident. Someone is suffering from shock. You should

6 Sharply Heavily Gently Rapidly 4 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer At an accident a small child is not breathing. When giving mouth to mouth you should breathe

7 Apply lotions to the injury Remove anything stuck to the burns Burst any blisters Douse the burns with cool liquid 5 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer You arrive at an accident where someone is suffering from severe burns. You should

8 To answer a mobile phone For a short rest when tired When an emergency arises To check a road atlas 6 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer On the motorway the hard shoulder should be used

9 When you slow down quickly on a motorway because of a hazard ahead When you wish to stop on double yellow lines When you have broken down When you need to park on the pavement 7 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark two answers For which TWO should you use hazard warning lights?

10 Go to the next emergency telephone and inform the police Stop close to the box until the police arrive Catch up with the lorry and try to get the driver’s attention Pull over to the hard shoulder, then remove the box 8 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer You are on a motorway. A large box falls on to the road from a lorry. The lorry does not stop. You should

11 Apply the handbrake to stop the vehicle Let the vehicle roll to a stop Grip the steering wheel firmly Brake firmly and quickly Hold the steering wheel lightly 9 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark two answers Which TWO things should you do when a front tyre bursts

12 Drive slowly to the next service area to get assistance Pull up on the hard shoulder. Use the emergency phone to get assistance Pull up on the hard shoulder. Change the wheel as quickly as possible Switch on your hazard lights. Stop in your lane 10 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer Your vehicle has a puncture on a motorway. What should you do?

13 Road map Jump leads First aid kit Can of petrol Fire extinguisher Warning triangle 11 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark three answers Which of these items should you carry in your vehicle for use in the event of an accident?

14 Put on your sun-glasses Change to a lower gear Check tyre pressures Tune your radio to a local channel 12 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer Before entering a tunnel it is good advice to

15 Gearbox Handling Journey time Steering Battery life 13 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark two answers Overloading your vehicle can seriously affect the

16 The driver of the vehicle The person who loaded the vehicle The owner of the items being carried The licensing authority 14 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer Who is responsible for making sure that a vehicle is not overloaded?

17 A child seat An adult seat belt An adult holding a child A lap belt 15 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer Which of these is a suitable restraint for a child under three years?

18 Securely fastened when driving As light as possible Carried only when strictly necessary Covered with plastic sheeting 16 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer Any load that is carried on a roof rack MUST be

19 Improve the road holding Make the steering lighter Reduce the stopping distance Reduce stability 17 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer A heavy load on your roof rack will

20 Yes if they are over 14 Only if all the seats in the towing vehicle are full No not at any time Only if a stabilizer is fitted 18 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer Are passengers allowed to ride in a caravan that is being towed?

21 Ease off the accelerator slowly Do an emergency stop Steer sharply from side to side Speed up very quickly 19 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer You are towing a caravan along a motorway. The caravan begins to swerve from side to side. What should you do?

22 Switch on hazard warning lights Wait for the police to find you Remain in your vehicle Rely on CCTV cameras seeing you 20 of 20 Accidents and Vehicle Loading Mark one answer You are driving through a tunnel. Your vehicle breaks down. What should you do?

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