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Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Sample questions from the Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins units of the Driving Theory syllabus.

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2 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Sample questions from the Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins units of the Driving Theory syllabus.

3 Before a long journey Early in the morning When the engine is hot Every 6000 miles 1 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answer When should you especially check the engine oil level? Click the writing to listen. Type X next to the correct answers. If correct, the X will turn blue.

4 Temperature gauge Windscreen washers Oil warning light Speedometer Windscreen wiper Horn 2 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark four answers Which FOUR of these MUST be in good working order for your car to be roadworthy?

5 Gears Headlights Seatbelts Transmission Windscreen 3 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark three answers Which THREE does the law require you to keep in good condition?

6 Driving on ice Over-inflated tyres Badly worn brakes Under-inflated tyres 4 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answer What can cause heavy steering?

7 Braking Changing gear Steering Parking 5 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark two answers Which TWO are badly affected if the tyres are under-inflated?

8 20 mph 35 mph 25 mph 40 mph 6 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answer In some narrow residential streets you will find a speed limit of

9 Take it to a local authority site Break it into pieces Take it to a garage Put it in the dustbin Leave it on waste land Burn it on a fire 7 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark two answers How should you dispose of a used vehicle battery?

10 Reducing your road speed Late and harsh breaking Short journeys with a cold engine Planning well ahead Driving in lower gears Rapid acceleration 8 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark two answers Which TWO of the following will improve fuel consumption?

11 Open your window to look behind Look in the nearside mirror Open the door and look behind Ask someone to guide you 9 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answers You cannot see clearly behind when reversing. What should you do?

12 Brake firmly and pump the brake pedal on and off Brake gently and pump the brake pedal on and off Brake rapidly and firmly without releasing the brake pedal Brake rapidly once, and immediately release the brake pedal 10 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answer Your vehicle is fitted with anti-lock brakes. To stop quickly in an emergency you should

13 Dry Wet Firm Loose Good 11 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark two answers Anti-lock breaks may not work as effectively if the road surface is

14 Brake firmly and quickly Use sidelights only Be ready to steer sharply Brake gently in plenty of time 12 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answer When driving in falling snow you should

15 The lowest gear you can A high engine speed The highest gear you can The handbrake and footbrake together 13 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answer You are trying to move off on snow. You should use

16 Using the brakes Turning into a narrow road Making a hill start Passing pedal cyclists 14 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answer In windy conditions you need to take extra care when

17 Put your indicator on earlier Touch the brake several times to show the stop lights Give an arm signal as well as using your indicator Turn as quickly as you can 15 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answer Your indicators may be difficult to see in bright sunlight. What should you do?

18 By changing to a lower gear By changing to a higher gear By selecting reverse gear By selecting neutral gear 16 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answer How can you use the engine of your vehicle as a brake?

19 Turn the steering wheel towards the kerb Park with two wheels on the kerb Turn the steering wheel away from the kerb Park close to the bumper of another car Put the handbrake on firmly 17 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark two answers You wish to park facing DOWNHILL. Which TWO of the following should you do?

20 Intending to turn left shortly afterwards Approaching a junction The view ahead is blocked In a one-way street Driving up a long hill 18 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark three answers You should not overtake when

21 The tyres make a rumbling noise The steering becomes heavier The tyres make hardly any noise The steering becomes lighter 19 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark two answers How can you tell if you are driving on ice?

22 The steering to pull to one side The brakes to fail The steering to vibrate The tyres to deflate 20 of 20Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answer Unbalanced wheels on a car may cause

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