What is the maximum legal speed limit for a car towing a trailer on the open road?
What does ‘the speed limit’ mean?
The slowest speed you can drive in good conditions
The fastest speed you can drive in good conditions
The average speed you can drive in good conditions
The fastest speed you can drive, except when overtaking
In addition to checking it is safe to move out from the kerb into the traffic flow, what must you do?
Accelerate quickly into the traffic flow
Move slowly into a space in the traffic flow
Signal for at least 3 seconds
Reverse away from the kerb
What is the purpose of the 2-second rule?
To provide a safe following distance between vehicles traveling at the same speed
To ensure that vehicles have sufficient stopping time when approaching intersections
To avoid gridlocks in congested driving areas
To ensure the speed limit is observed
What should you do if your vehicle breaks down on a motorway?
Walk to get help
Wave down a passing vehicle
Lift up the bonnet and boot of your vehicle
Push your vehicle to the nearest off-ramp
About driver responsibility:
What must you do if glass falls on to the road from your vehicle?
Sweep it up within 2 hours
Sweep it up straight away if you can do so safely
Sweep it up within 24 hours
Tell a police officer
If anybody is hurt in a crash, the driver must tell a police officer as soon as possible but within:
About other road users:
When coming to a pedestrian crossing without a raised traffic island, what must you do?
Give way to pedestrians on your side of the road
Give way to pedestrians on the other side of the road
Give way to pedestrians on any part of the crossing
Drive on as pedestrians will give way to all oncoming traffic
What does a white diamond painted on the road mean?
A pedestrian crossing ahead
Traffic signals ahead
A roundabout ahead
An intersection ahead
About driver licences:
If you have a learner licence you can carry passengers if your supervisor is in the back seat.
When you have a learner licence you must always drive with a supervisor. A supervisor is a person who has held a current and valid licence for a year.
On a Transit Lane sign, what does T2 mean?
Vehicles that use the lane must have at least two people.
Vehicles that use the lane must have two passengers
Only two vehicles are permitted on the transit lane at any time
There are two transit lanes ahead
What does this sign mean?
Left-hand lane closed
About your vehicle:
Which person can legally stop and do a roadside check of your vehicle?
A police officer
An AA mechanic
A tow truck driver
An ambulance driver
A warrant of fitness is to show:
the year the vehicle was made
if the driver has had any crashes
how many times the vehicle has crashed
that the vehicle was roadworthy at the time of checking
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