Mock Test #6 – Study Help for Your Theory Test

Mock Test #6 - Study Help

#1: You enter a built-up area with traffic calming measures. What should you NOT do in such an area?

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Traffic calming measures such as road humps, chicanes and narrowings are intended to slow you down. When you approach these features reduce your speed. You should NOT overtake other moving road users while in these areas

Highway code rule: 153.

#2: Your vehicle has anti-lock brakes. If you need to stop in an emergency, how should you apply the footbrake?

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In the case of an emergency, apply the footbrake immediately and firmly.

Highway code rule: 120.

#3: Where should you expect to see this sign?

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This is a school bus sign. Drive carefully and slowly when passing a stationary bus showing the sign as children may be getting on or off.

Highway code rule: 209.

#4: When snow is falling heavily you should:

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In winter check the local weather forecast for warnings of icy or snowy weather. DO NOT drive in these conditions unless your journey is essential. If it is, take great care and allow more time for your journey.

Highway code rule: 228.

#5: A vehicle suddenly pulls out into your path at a junction. If there is no immediate danger, you should:

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Slow down and hold back if a road user pulls out into your path at a junction. Allow them to get clear. Do not over-react by driving too close behind to intimidate them.

Highway code rule: 147.

#6: You approach a pelican crossing where the amber light is flashing. You must:

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When the amber light is flashing, you MUST give way to any pedestrians on the crossing. If the amber light is flashing and there are no pedestrians on the crossing, you may proceed with caution.

Highway code rule: 196.

#7: What should you do if your vehicle has a puncture on a motorway?

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Pull on to the hard shoulder and stop as far to the left as possible, with your wheels turned to the left. Do not put yourself in danger by attempting even simple repairs.

Highway code rules: 274, 275.

#8: After entering a motorway you should initially:

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Enter and remain in the left-hand lane long enough to adjust to the speed of traffic before considering overtaking.

Highway code rule: 259.

#9: When is it dangerous to overtake another vehicle?

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DO NOT overtake if there is any doubt, or where you cannot see far enough ahead to be sure it is safe.

Highway code rules: 165, 166, 167.

#10: Travelling in neutral or with the clutch pressed down is known as:

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This term describes a vehicle travelling in neutral or with the clutch pressed down. It can seriously reduce driver control.

Highway code rule: 122.

#11: Which of the following is most likely to take an unusual course at roundabouts?

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Give plenty of room to cyclists and horse riders who may stay in the left-hand lane and signal right if they intend to continue round the roundabout. Allow them to do so.

Highway code rule: 187.

#12: If you want to use a hand-held telephone while driving, you must:

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Find a safe place to stop first or use the voicemail facility and listen to messages later. You MUST NOT use a hand-held mobile phone, or similar device, when driving or when supervising a learner driver, except to call 999 or 112 in a genuine emergency when it is unsafe or impractical to stop.

Highway code rule: 149.

#13: Which sign indicates that vehicles may pass on either side to reach the same destination?

 
 
 
 
The pass either side sign is used on traffic islands, usually situated in one-way roads. Drivers may pass either side of the sign to reach the same destination immediately beyond.

#14: Ahead is a with-flow bus lane which pedal cycles and taxis may also use. The sign shows no times of operation. What does this mean?

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When hours of operation are not shown the lane is in operation at all times.

Highway code rule: 141.

#15: The road is wet. Why might a motorcyclist steer round drain covers on a bend?

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Motorcyclists and cyclists may suddenly need to avoid uneven road surfaces and obstacles such as drain covers or oily, wet or icy patches on the road. Give them plenty of room and pay particular attention to any sudden change of direction they may have to make.

Highway code rule: 213.

#16: What should you do to correct a rear-wheel skid?

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Steer into the skid. If the rear of the vehicle skids to the right, steer immediately to the right to recover.

Highway code rule: 119.

#17: Why should you keep well back when following this lorry?

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Your ability to see and to plan ahead will be improved if you pull back to increase your separation distance. Keeping well back also allows the driver of the lorry to see you in his mirrors.

Highway code rule: 222.

#18: Before moving off from behind a parked car it is necessary to:

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Before moving off you should:
  • use all mirrors to check the road is clear.
  • look round to check the blind spots (the areas you are unable to see in the mirrors).
  • signal if necessary before moving out.
  • look round for a final check.
Move off only when it is safe to do so.

Highway code rule: 159.

#19: You are the first to arrive at the scene of a crash. An injured person is lying in a busy road. What is the FIRST thing you should do to help?

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Warn other traffic. Further collisions and fire are the main dangers following a crash.

Highway code rule: 283.

#20: Which sign shows that you enter a one-way road?

 
 
 
 
The one-way traffic sign requires vehicles to proceed in one direction only.

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