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1. What is the maximum number of penalty points that will automatically disqualify a driver who holds a probational driving licence?

A. 15 points over a five 5 year period.
B. 12 points at any time during a 3 year period.
C. 10 points during any one year period.
D. 6 points over a two year period.
E. 4 points a year over a 3 year period.


2. Apart from suffering any punishment according to law, what will a disqualified driver has to do to obtain a driving licence?

A. Wait for any disqualification period to pass and apply for a duplicate driving licence.
B. Pay any outstanding fines, submit a new licence application and re-sit and pass the theory test at any time during disqualification period.
C. Re-apply as for a new driver after expiry of disqualification period and must re-sit and pass both the theory test and test of skills and behaviour.
D. Simply re-sit and pass the test of skills and behaviour.


3. A VRT certificate is normally valid for:

A. Two years after the date it was issued
B. 10,000 miles
C. One year after the date it was issued
D. 30,000 miles


4. Before driving anyone else’s motor vehicle you should make sure that:

A. The vehicle owner has third party insurance cover
B. Your own vehicle has insurance cover
C. The vehicle is insured for your use
D. The owner has left the insurance documents in the vehicle


5. What is the legal minimum insurance cover you must have to drive on public roads?

A. Third party, fire and theft
B. Fully comprehensive
C. Third party only
D. Personal injury cover


6. Who is responsible for ensuring that a vehicle is fully road worthy when driven on a public road?

A. The VRT tester.
B. Your mechanic.
C. Nobody in particular.
D. You, the driver.


7. To supervise a learner driver you must:

A. Be at least 21 years old and have held a full licence for at least 3 years
B. Be at least 23 years old
C. Be an approved driving instructor
D. Hold an advanced driving certificate


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