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1. Front fog lights may be used ONLY if:

A. Your headlights are not working
B. They are operated with rear fog lights
C. They were fitted by the vehicle manufacturer
D. Visibility is seriously poor


2. You are driving in thick fog using fog lights. When visibility improves you MUST:

A. Maintain your speed
B. Keep them on
C. Increase your speed
D. Switch them off


3. Front fog lights may be used ONLY if:

A. Visibility is seriously reduced
B. They are fitted above the bumper
C. They are not as bright as the headlights
D. An audible warning device is used


4. Front and rear fog lights MUST be:

A. Connected to an audible warning signal
B. Used outside built up areas only
C. Switched off in night-time fog
D. Switched of if visibility is not seriously reduced


5. You are on a narrow road at night. A slower-moving vehicle ahead has been signalling right for some time. What should you do?

A. Overtake on the left
B. Flash your headlights before overtaking
C. Signal right and sound your horn
D. Wait for the signal to be cancelled before overtaking


6. You should avoid 'coasting' your car because it could:

A. Damage the suspension
B. Increase tyre wear
C. Flatten the battery
D. Reduce steering control


7. You see a vehicle coming towards you on a single-track road. You should:

A. Reverse back to the main road
B. Do an emergency stop
C. Stop at a passing place
D. Put on your hazard warning lights


8. Front fog lights may be used ONLY

A. If they are not as bright as the headlights
B. When visibility is seriously reduced
C. Between dusk and dawn
D. During ‘lighting up’ times only


9. You are dazzled by oncoming headlights when driving at night. What should you do?

A. Slow down or stop
B. Brake hard
C. Drive faster past the oncoming car
D. Flash your lights


10. At night, you are dazzled by headlights coming towards you. You should:

A. Pull down your sun visor
B. Slow down or stop
C. Switch on your main beam headlights
D. Put your hand over your eyes


11. To correct a rearwheel skid you should:

A. Not steer at all
B. Steer away from it
C. Steer into it
D. Apply your handbrake


12. Using front/rear fog lights in good visibility will:

A. Flatten the battery
B. Dazzle other drivers
C. Improve your visibility
D. Increase your awareness


13. Using rear fog lights in clear daylight or tunnels will:

A. Be useful when towing a trailer
B. Give extra protection
C. Dazzle others drivers
D. Make following drivers keep back


14. You are driving in the left-hand lane of a dual carriageway. Another car overtakes and pulls in front of you leaving you without enough separation distance. You should:

A. Move to the right-hand lane
B. Continue as you are
C. Drop back
D. Sound your horn


15. You are driving in very wet weather. Your vehicle begins to slide. This affect is called:

A. Hosing
B. Weaving
C. Aquaplaning
D. Fading


16. Why should you always reduce your speed when driving in fog?

A. Because the brakes do not work as well
B. Because you could be dazzled by other people`s fog lights
C. Because the engine`s colder
D. Because it is more difficult to see events ahead


17. What is the first thing to do before starting your vehicle?

A. By putting key in the switch before starting
B. Looking at the inside view mirror
C. Checking your vehicle
D. Putting your seat belt on

Explanation : It important to follow the rules of driving. (Smith Systems)


18. You are overtaking a car at night. You must be sure that:

A. You flash your headlamps before overtaking
B. Your rear fog lights are switched on
C. You have switched your lights to full beam before overtaking
D. You do not dazzle other road users


19. You are following a vehicle at a safe distance on a wet and slippery road. Another driver overtakes you and pulls into the gap you have left. What should you do?

A. Flash your headlights as a warning
B. Try to overtake safely as soon as you can
C. Drop back to regain a safe distance
D. Stay close to the other vehicle until it moves on


20. Fog lights should be used ONLY when

A. In very light rain
B. Visibility is seriously reduced
C. Daylight is fading
D. Driving after midnight


21. You have to make a journey in foggy conditions. You should:

A. Follow closely other vehicle’s tail lights
B. Never use demisters and windscreens wipers.
C. Leave plenty of time for your journey
D. Keep two seconds behind other vehicles


22. You are driving in fog. Why should you keep well back from the vehicle in front?

A. In case it changes direction suddenly
B. In case its fog lights dazzle you
C. In case it stops suddenly
D. In case its brake lights dazzle you


23. Front fog lights may be used ONLY if :

A. They prevent headlights glare on a wet road
B. You wish to overtake in bad weather
C. Visibility is seriously reduced
D. Fitted by manufacturer


24. Which statement represents being in safe control of your vehicle?

A. One hand on the steering wheel and the other grasping the gear lever for the most part to facilitate instant gear changes.
B. Both hands on the steering wheel at all times , and only when a change of gear or operation of controls is necessary that one hand is taken off the steering wheel.
C. One hand on the steering wheel and the other being used to hold a mobile phone.
D. One hand on the steering wheel and the other simply hanging out of the window to catch the breeze and look cool or wave to friends.


25. You are approaching a bend at a high speed. You should begin to brake.

A. On the bend
B. After the bend
C. After changing gears
D. Before the bend


26. Why is coasting wrong or dangerous?

A. It will cause the car to skid
B. It will make the engine stall
C. The engine will run faster
D. There is no engine braking


27. You are in very heavy downpour. Your overall stopping distance is likely to be:

A. Doubled
B. Halved
C. Up to ten times greater
D. No different


28. Motorcyclists are more at risk to be injured from other road users because they

A. Are less experienced that other drivers
B. Are more likely to break down than other motorists
C. Are always faster than other drivers
D. Are more difficult to see than other drivers


29. You are following other vehicles in fog with your lights on. How else can you reduce the chances of being involved in an accident?

A. Keep close to the vehicle in front
B. Use your main beam instead of dipped headlights
C. Keep together with the faster vehicles
D. Reduce your speed and increase the gap


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