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Topic: Safe Driving Practices

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Topic: Safe Driving Practices

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Question YOU WANT TO TURN RIGHT AT A JUNCTION BUT YOU THINK THAT YOUR INDICATORS CANNOT BE SEEN CLEARLY .WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

1) GET OUT AND CHECK IF YOUR INDICATORS CAN BE SEEN. 2) STAY IN THE LEFT HAND LANE. 3) KEEP WELL OVER TO THE RIGHT. 4) GIVE AN ARM SIGNAL AS WELL AS AN INDICATOR SIGNAL

Correct Answer Give an arm signal as well as an indicator signal Explanation You should always ensure that other road users are aware of your intentions. If you feel your indicator might not be seen then give an arm signal as well.

YOU HAVE TO MAKE A JOURNEY IN FOGGY CONDITIONS. YOU SHOULD

1) FOLLOW CLOSELY OTHER VEHICLE'S TAIL LIGHTS 2) NEVER USE DEMISTERS AND WINDSCREEN WIPERS 3) LEAVE PLENTY OF TIME FOR YOUR JOURNEY 4) KEEP SAFE DISTANCE OF TWO SECONDS

Correct Answer Leave plenty of time for your journey. Explanation If you are planning to make a journey in foggy condition don't drive if visibility is poor or if your journey is not necessary. If you do travel, leave plenty of time for your journey.

DRIVING IS A REPETITION OF THREE THINGS. WHICH ARE THEY IN CORRECT ORDER?

1) THINK, DO AND SEE 2) DO, THINK AND SEE 3) SEE, THINK AND DO 4) SEE, DO AND THINK

Correct Answer See, think and do Explanation Driving involves three things 1.See See the traffic around you. 2.Think Think about the course of action you have to take while driving. 3.Do- Manoeuvre your vehicle accordingly.

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SHOULD BE DONE CONTINUOUSLY WHILE DRIVING A VEHICLE?

1) CHECKING LEVEL OF FUEL TANK 2) ASSESSING ROAD CONDITIONS AHEAD

Correct Answer Assessing road conditions ahead

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Sl.No Question 3) ADJUSTING VEHICLE CONTROLS FOR SMOOTH RUNNING 4) MAKING A VISUAL CHECK FOR ALL CONTROLS

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Explanation To be safe on the road, it is important to be aware of the shortcomings, to anticipate road users behaviour and to keep your vehicle in control. This strategy of expecting the unexpected in behaviours and situations and to know how to keep yourself safe and in control, is called defensive driving.

YOU START TO FEEL TIRED WHILE DRIVING. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

1) INCREASE YOUR SPEED SLIGHTLY 2) DECREASE YOUR SPEED SLIGHTLY 3) FIND A LESS BUSY ROUTE 4) PULL OVER AT A SAFE PLACE TO REST

Correct Answer Pull over at a safe place to rest. Explanation If you do feel tired, pull over at a safe place, take fresh air, make yourself comfortable and take a short break. Make yourself mentally & physically fit for the rest of the journey.

A RED TRAFFIC LIGHT MEANS

1) YOU MUST STOP BEHIND THE WHITE STOP LINE 2) YOU MAY GO STRAIGHT ON IF THERE IS NO OTHER TRAFFIC 3) YOU MAY TURN LEFT IF IT IS SAFE TO DO SO

Correct Answer You must stop behind the white stop line. Explanation

4) YOU MUST SLOW DOWN AND PREPARE TO STOP IF The white line is positioned so that TRAFFIC HAS STARTED TO CROSS pedestrians have room to cross in front of waiting traffic. If pedestrians are crossing make sure your brakes are on. 7 YOU NOTICE HORSE RIDERS IN FRONT . WHAT SHOULD YOU DO FIRST?

1) PULL OUT TO THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD 2) BE PREPARED TO SLOW DOWN 3) ACCELERATE AROUND THEM 4) SIGNAL RIGHT

Correct Answer Be prepared to slow down. Explanation When overtaking animals slow down, leave plenty of room. Don't drive close behind or alongside them, this could disturb them.

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Sl.No 8 Question BE EXTRA CAUTIOUS WHILE OVERTAKING

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) 'L' MARK VEHICLES. 2) SLOW SPEED VEHICLES. 3) OLD VEHICLES. 4) LIGHT VEHICLES.

Correct Answer 'L' mark vehicles. Explanation Learners might not have confidence when they first start to drive. Allow them plenty of room and dont react adversely to their hesitation. We all learn from experience, but new drivers will have had less practice in dealing with all the situations that might occur.

BE CAREFUL WHILE OVERTAKING 'L' MARK (LEARNER DRIVER) VEHICLE BECAUSE

1) THEIR INTENTION IS ALWAYS TO DRIVE IN RIGHT Correct Answer HAND LANE. 2) THIS WILL REDUCE THEIR CONFIDENCE. They may get nervous and it may lead to an accident.

3) THEY MAY GET NERVOUS AND IT MAY LEAD TO AN Explanation ACCIDENT. 4) GENERALLY THEY ARE NOT MEDICALLY FIT. Driver with learner mark on their vehicle may be inexperienced fresh drivers. They may have lack of confidence to drive on the road. Therefore always take care while passing them. They may take wrong decisions by getting nervous.

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WHILE DRIVING, AVOID

1) REACTING TO WRONG BEHAVIOUR OF OTHER DRIVERS. 2) GETTING DISTRACTED BY HOARDINGS 3) BOTH OF THE ABOVE.

Correct Answer Both of the above. Explanation

4) OBSERVING DASH BOARD GAUGES BECAUSE THIS There are occasions when other road users WILL AFFECT YOUR CONCENTRATION. make a misjudgment or a mistake. If this happens try not to let it worry you. Dont react by showing anger. Sounding the horn, flashing the headlamps or shouting wont help the situation. Good anticipation will help prevent these incidents becoming accidents. Beware of the lights from the hoarding, they may dazzle you and lead to an accident.

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Sl.No 11 Question TO HELP CONCENTRATION ON LONG JOURNEYS YOU SHOULD STOP FREQUENTLY AND

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) HAVE A REST 2) FILL UP WITH FUEL 3) EAT A MEAL 4) HAVE A DRINK

Correct Answer Have a rest Explanation Plan your journey to include suitable rest stops. You should take all precautions against feeling sleepy whilst driving. Any lack of concentration could have dire consequences.

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WE ARE MEETING AT 4 P.M. ONCE A WEEK; IT IS A 20-MINUTE DRIVE FROM OUR HOUSE/OFFICE. WE SHOULD-

1) LEAVE AT 2 P.M. BECAUSE SOMETIMES WE FORGET HOW TO GET THERE 2) LEAVE 25 OR 30 MINUTES EARLY TO ALLOW FOR POSSIBLE DELAYS

Correct Answer Leave 25 or 30 minutes early to allow for possible delays.

3) LEAVE EXACTLY 20 MINUTES TO FOUR AND TRY TO Explanation MAKE IT ON TIME 4) LEAVE AT 3.50 AND SEE HOW FAST WE CAN GET THERE. 13 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF GLASSES SHOULD NOT BE WORN WHEN DRIVING AT NIGHT? Always plan your journey. Keep some time in your hand to tackle situations like traffic jams and bad weather.

1) HALF-MOON 2) ROUND 3) BI-FOCAL 4) TINTED

Correct Answer Tinted. Explanation If you are driving or riding at night or in poor visibility, tinted lenses will reduce the efficiency of your vision, by reducing the amount of available light reaching your eyes.

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OBJECTS HANGING FROM YOUR INTERIOR MIRROR MAY

1) RESTRICT YOUR VIEW & DISTRACT YOUR ATTENTION 2) IMPROVE YOUR DRIVING 3) HELP YOUR CONCENTRATION

Correct Answer Restrict your view & distract your attention Explanation

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Sl.No Question 4) NONE OF THE ABOVE

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Ensure that you can see clearly through the windscreen of your vehicle. Stickers or hanging objects could affect your field of vision or draw your eyes away from the road.

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YOU ARE FOLLOWING THIS TWO WHEELER ON A POOR ROAD SURFACE. YOU SHOULD

1) MAKE SURE YOU STAY WELL BACK 2) LOOK OUT AS THEY MAY WOBBLE 3) BE AWARE THEY MAY SUDDENLY SWERVE 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above Explanation On a poor road surface, the rider may need to move out to avoid pot holes. You may not always get much warning, look out for signs that the rider may be about to move out. You should also keep a watch on the road surface yourself, to try and predict what path the rider may take. While the road conditions persist, you should stay well back, allowing the rider plenty of room.

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WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO PREVENT FATIGUE WHEN DRIVING ?

1) AVOID NIGHT DRIVING 2) STOP FOR REST 3) DON'T CARRY ANY LOAD 4) DRINK TWO PEGS OF GOOD QUALITY WHISKY

Correct Answer Stop for rest. Explanation When you are tired, fatigue can creep up on you without warning. Anything can happen if you fall asleep causing danger to your own life, your passengers and other road users. As soon as you are tired or sleepy, stop at a rest area or off the road and take a short walk. If that does not work, find a place to rest.

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YOU SHOULD NOT OVERTAKE WHEN

1) INTENDING TO TURN LEFT SHORTLY AFTERWARDS Correct Answer 2) APPROCHING A JUNCTION 3) THE VIEW AHEAD IS BLOCKED All of the above. Explanation

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Sl.No 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE Question

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Never commit your self to an overtaking manoeuvre unless you are absolutely certain that you have the time and space to make it through. Dont take unnecessary risks which endanger other road users.

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YOUR OVERALL STOPPING DISTANCE WILL BE MUCH LONGER WHEN DRIVING

1) IN RAIN 2) IN FOG 3) AT NIGHT 4) IN STRONG WINDS

Correct Answer In rain. Explanation Extra care should be taken in wet weather. Wet road will affect the time it takes you to stop. Your stopping distance could be at least doubled.

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YOU APPROACH A JUNCTION. THE TRAFFIC LIGHTS ARE NOT WORKING. A POLICE OFFICER GIVES THIS SIGNAL. YOU SHOULD-

1) TURN LEFT ONLY 2) TURN RIGHT ONLY 3) STOP LEVEL WITH THE OFFICER'S ARM 4) STOP BEFORE THE STOP LINE

Correct Answer Stop before the stop line. Explanation If a police officer or traffic warden is directing traffic you must obey them. Learn what these mean and act accordingly.

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WHICH ARM SIGNAL TELLS YOU THAT THE CAR YOU ARE FOLLOWING IS GOING TO TURN LEFT?

1) A 2) B 3) C 4) D

Correct Answer A Explanation There may be occasions when drivers need to give an arm signal in addition to an indicator to confirm their intentions.

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WHEN YOU APPROACH A BUS SIGNALLING TO MOVE OFF FROM A BUS STOP, YOU SHOULD

1) GET PAST BEFORE IT MOVES

Correct Answer

2) ALLOW IT TO PULL AWAY, IF IT IS SAFE TO DO SO Allow it to pull away, if it is safe to do so. 3) FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS AS YOU APPROACH Explanation

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Sl.No Question 4) SIGNAL LEFT AND WAVE THE BUS TO MOVE ON

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Give way to buses whenever you can do so safely, especially when they signal to pull away from bus stops. Look out for people who've got off the bus and may try to cross the road. Don't try to accelerate past before it moves away.

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YOU TAKE THE WRONG ROUTE AND FIND YOU ARE ON A ONE-WAY STREET. YOU SHOULD

1) REVERSE OUT OF THE ROAD 2) TURN ROUND IN A SIDE ROAD 3) CONTINUE TO THE END OF THE ROAD 4) REVERSE INTO A DRIVEWAY

Correct Answer Continue to the end of the road. Explanation Never reverse or turn your vehicle around in a one-way street. This is highly dangerous. Carry on and find another route, checking the direction signs as you drive.

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YOU HAVE JUST BEEN OVERTAKEN BY THIS MOTORCYCLIST WHO IS CUTTING IN SHARPLY. YOU SHOULD

1) SOUND THE HORN 2) BRAKE FIRMLY 3) KEEP A SAFE GAP 4) FLASH YOUR LIGHTS

Correct Answer Keep a safe gap. Explanation You need to take your foot off the accelerator and drop back to allow a safe separation distance, try not to react by braking sharply as you could lose control. Any vehicle behind you will have to react in the same way, and it could lead to an accident.

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YOU ARE DRIVING PAST A LANE OF PARKED CARS. YOU NOTICE A BALL BOUNCING OUT INTO THE ROAD AHEAD. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

1) CONTINUE DRIVING AT THE SAME SPEED AND SOUND YOUR HORN 2) CONTINUE DRIVING AT THE SAME SPEED AND FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS 3) SLOW DOWN AND BE PREPARED TO STOP FOR CHILDREN 4) STOP AND WAVE THE CHILDREN ACROSS TO FETCH THEIR BALL

Correct Answer Slow down and be prepared to stop for children. Explanation Beware of children playing in the street and running out into the road. If a ball bounces out from the pavement slow down and stop. Don't encourage anyone to retrieve it. Other road users may not see your signal and you might lead a child into a dangerous situation.

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Sl.No 25 Question WHAT IS THE MAIN HAZARD YOU SHOULD BE AWARE OF WHEN FOLLOWING THIS CYCLIST?

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) THE CYCLIST MAY MOVE INTO THE LEFT AND DISMOUNT 2) THE CYCLIST MAY SWERVE OUT INTO THE ROAD 3) THE CONTENTS OF THE CYCLIST'S CARRIER MAY FALL ONTO THE ROAD 4) THE CYCLIST MAY WISH TO TURN RIGHT AT THE END OF THE ROAD

Correct Answer The cyclist may swerve out into the road. Explanation When following a cyclist be aware that they also have to deal with the hazards around them. They may wobble or swerve to avoid a pot-hole in the road. They might see a potential hazard and change direction suddenly. Don't go very close to them or rev your engine impatiently.

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A PROPERLY ADJUSTED HEAD RESTRAINT WILL

1) MAKE YOU MORE COMFORTABLE 2) HELP YOU TO AVOID NECK INJURY 3) HELP YOU TO RELAX

Correct Answer Help you to avoid neck injury Explanation

4) HELP YOU TO MAINTAIN YOUR DRIVING POSITION The restraint should be adjusted so that it gives maximum protection to the head. This will help in the event of a rear-end collision. 27 YOU SHOULD ONLY USE A MOBILE PHONE WHEN

1) RECEIVING A CALL. 2) THE VEHICLE IS STATIONARY & PARKED SUITABLY. 3) DRIVING AT LESS THAN 30 KMPH. 4) DRIVING AN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION VEHICLE.

Correct Answer The vehicle is stationary & parked suitably. Explanation It is far more convenient for you, as well as being safer if you are parked in a safe & convenient place when receiving or making a call. You will be free to take notes or refer to papers, which would not be possible while driving.

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WHAT IS MEANT BY 'DEFENSIVE DRIVING' ?

1) BEING ALERT AND THINKING AHEAD

Correct Answer

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Sl.No Question 2) ALWAYS DRIVING SLOWLY AND GENTLY 3) ALWAYS LETTING OTHERS GO FIRST 4) PULLING OVER FOR FASTER TRAFFIC

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Being alert and thinking ahead. Explanation To be safe on the road, it is important to be aware of the shortcomings, to anticipate other road users behaviour and to keep your vehicle in control. This strategy of expecting the unexpected in behaviours and situations and to know how to keep yourself safe and in control is called defensive driving.

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AN OLDER PERSON'S DRIVING ABILITY COULD BE AFFECTED BECAUSE THEY MAY BE UNABLE TO

1) UNDERSTAND ROAD SIGNS 2) OBTAIN CAR INSURANCE 3) REACT VERY QUICKLY 4) GIVE SIGNALS CORRECTLY

Correct Answer React very quickly Explanation The reflexes of old drivers are slow and they may need time to react to changing situations on the road. Therefore always give due consideration to old drivers.

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CAR PASSENGERS MUST WEAR A SEAT BELT IF ONE IS AVAILABLE, UNLESS THEY ARE

1) UNDER 14 YEARS OLD 2) UNDER 1.5 METRES (5 FEET) IN HEIGHT 3) SITTING IN THE REAR SEAT 4) EXEMPTED FOR MEDICAL REASONS.

Correct Answer Exempted for medical reasons. Explanation Although it's your adult passengers responsibility for wearing a seat belt, remind them to put them on as they get in the car.

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TO DRIVE ON THE ROAD, LEARNERS MUST

1) HAVE ONLY THE REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE OF THE VEHICLE 2) HAVE TAKEN PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION 3) HAVE A VALID LEARNERS LICENCE 4) APPLY FOR A DRIVING TEST WITHIN 12 MONTHS.

Correct Answer Have a valid learners licence Explanation Before you drive on the road you must have a learners' licence and be acompanied by a person holding a permanent licence.

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Sl.No 32 Question MAY YOU PARK A VEHICLE IN FRONT OF A VEHICLE ENTRANCE?

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) YES, PROVIDED SOMEONE WHO CAN MOVE IT REMAINS WITH THE VEHICLE. 2) YES, FOR NO LONGER THAN 10 MINUTES. 3) YES, BUT ONLY TO PICK UP OR DROP PASSENGERS. 4) NO, NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

Correct Answer Yes, but only to pick up or drop passengers. Explanation It may be tempting to park where you shouldnt while you run a quick errand. Careless parking is a selfish act and could endanger other road users.

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STOPPING WITH THE HELP OF GEARS CAN BE ACHIEVED BY

1) BRINGING THE GEAR INTO NEUTRAL 2) SWITCHING OFF THE ENGINE 3) LOWERING GEARS ONE BY ONE 4) DEPRESSING THE CLUTCH & BRAKE SIMULTANEOUSLY

Correct Answer Lowering gears one by one. Explanation The lowering of gears means decreasing the power of engine to the wheels, thereby increasing the torque which will result in decreasing the speed of the vehicle.

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YOU ARE TRAVELLING ALONG A NARROW COUNTRY ROAD. WHEN PASSING BY A CYCLIST, YOU SHOULD-

1) GO SLOW, SOUNDING THE HORN AS YOU PASS 2) GO QUICKLY, LEAVING PLENTY OF ROOM 3) GO SLOW, LEAVING PLENTY OF ROOM

Correct Answer Go slow, leaving plenty of room. Explanation

4) GO QUICKLY , SOUNDING THE HORN AS YOU PASS Look well ahead & only pull out if it is safe. You will need to use all of the road to pass the cyclist so be extra cautious . 35 BEFORE YOU MAKE A U-TURN , YOU SHOULD-

1) USE THE INDICATORS 2) WAIT FOR THE SIGNAL TO TURN RED

Correct Answer Look over your shoulder for a final check

3) LOOK OVER YOUR SHOULDER FOR A FINAL CHECK Explanation

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Sl.No Question 4) SELECT A HIGHER GEAR THAN NORMAL

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

If you want to make a U-turn, check your rear view miror, slow down, give indicator & hand signal and look over your shoulder for a final check and ensure that the road is clear in both directions. Make sure that the road is wide enough to carry out the manoeuvre safely.

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YOU ARE DRIVING ON A WET ROAD. YOU HAVE TO STOP YOUR VEHICLE IN AN EMERGENCY. YOU SHOULD-

1) USE THE BRAKES ABRUPTLY

Correct Answer

2) KEEP BOTH THE HANDS ON THE STEERING WHEEL Keep both the hands on the steering wheel 3) SELECT REVERSE GEAR 4) GIVE AN ARM SIGNAL Explanation As you drive look well ahead and all around so that you are ready for any hazards that might occur. There may be occasions when you have to stop in an emergency. React as soon as you can whilst keeping control of the vehicle.

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WHEN FOLLOWING A LARGE VEHICLE YOU SHOULD KEEP WELL BACK BECAUSE-

1) IT ALLOWS YOU TO CORNER MORE QUICKLY 2) IT HELPS THE LARGE VEHICLE TO STOP MORE EASILY 3) IT ALLOWS THE DRIVER TO SEE YOU IN THE MIRRORS 4) IT HELPS YOU TO KEEP OUT OF THE WIND

Correct Answer It allows the driver to see you in the mirrors Explanation You also need to keep well back so that you get the view of the road ahead. Also the driver ahead should be able to see you in the mirrors.

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IN WHICH OF THESE SITUATIONS SHOULD YOU AVOID OVERTAKING?

1) JUST AFTER A BEND 2) ON A ONE-WAY ROAD 3) ON A 30 KMPH ROAD 4) WHEN APPROACHING A DIP ON THE ROAD

Correct Answer When approaching a dip on the road. Explanation As you begin to think about overtaking, ask yourself if it is really necessary. If you can't see well down the road, stay back & wait for a safer place to pull out.

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Sl.No 39 Question WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING MAY CAUSE LOSS OF CONCENTRATION WHILE DRIVING ON A LONG JOURNEY?

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) LOUD MUSIC 2) ARGUING WITH A PASSENGER 3) USING A MOBILE PHONE 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation You should not let other factors distract you from driving. You need to concentrate fully to ensure you are safe on the road.

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YOU ARE TRAVELLING AT THE LEGAL SPEED LIMIT. A VEHICLE COMES UP QUICKLY BEHIND, FLASHING ITS HEADLIGHTS. YOU SHOULD-

1) ACCELERATE TO MAKE A GAP BEHIND YOU 2) DEPRESS THE BRAKES SHARPLY TO SHOW YOUR BRAKE LIGHTS

Correct Answer Allow the vehicle to overtake

3) MAINTAIN YOUR SPEED TO PREVENT THE VEHICLE Explanation FROM OVERTAKING. 4) ALLOW THE VEHICLE TO OVERTAKE Keep a steady course and give the driver behind an opportunity to overtake safely. If necessary, slow down. Reacting incorrectly to anothers impatience will only lead to danger.

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A BUS IS STOPPED AT A BUS STOP AHEAD OF YOU. ITS RIGHT INDICATOR IS FLASHING. YOU SHOULD-

1) FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS AND SLOW DOWN 2) SLOW DOWN AND GIVE WAY IF IT IS SAFE TO DO SO 3) SOUND YOUR HORN AND KEEP GOING 4) SLOW DOWN AND THEN SOUND YOUR HORN

Correct Answer Slow down and give way if it is safe to do so. Explanation Give way to buses whenever you can do so safely, especially when they signal to pull away from bus stops. Look out for people leaving the bus & crossing the road.

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YOU COULD USE THE 'TWO SECOND RULE'

1) BEFORE RESTARTING THE ENGINE AFTER IT HAS STALLED 2) TO KEEP A SAFE GAP FROM THE VEHICLE IN FRONT 3) BEFORE USING THE ' MIRROR-SIGNALMANOEUVRE' ROUTINE

Correct Answer To keep a safe gap from the vehicle in front. Explanation

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Sl.No Question 4) WHEN EMERGING ON WET ROADS

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

To measure this, choose a reference point such as a bridge, sign or tree. When the vehicle ahead passes the object, say to yourself- only a fool breaks the 2 second rule. If you reach the object before you finish saying these, you are too close.

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ON A LONG MOTORWAY JOURNEY BOREDOM CAN CAUSE YOU TO FEEL SLEEPY. YOU SHOULD

1) LEAVE THE MOTORWAY AND FIND A SAFE PLACE Correct Answer TO STOP AND ENSURE A SUPPLY OF FRESH AIR INTO YOUR VEHICLE 2) KEEP LOOKING AROUND AT THE SURROUNDING LANDSCAPE 3) DRIVE FASTER TO COMPLETE YOUR JOURNEY SOONER 4) STOP ON THE HARD SHOULDER FOR A REST Leave the motorway and find a safe place to stop and ensure a supply of fresh air into your vehicle. Explanation Plan your journey to include suitable rest stops. You should take all precautions against feeling sleepy whilst driving. Any lapse of concentration could have dire consequences.

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YOU ARE APPROACHING THE TRAFFIC LIGHTS THAT HAVE BEEN GREEN FOR SOME TIME. YOU SHOULD

1) ACCELERATE HARD 2) MAINTAIN YOUR SPEED 3) BE READY TO STOP 4) BRAKE HARD

Correct Answer Be ready to stop Explanation The longer that the traffic lights have been on green, the greater the chance of the sequence changing, so always prepared for this when driving and be prepared to stop.

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'TAILGATING' MEANS

1) USING THE REAR DOOR OF A HATCHBACK CAR 2) REVERSING INTO A PARKING SPACE 3) FOLLOWING ANOTHER VEHICLE TOO CLOSELY 4) DRIVING WITH REAR FOG LIGHTS ON

Correct Answer Following another vehicle too closely. Explanation Tailgating is used to describe a dangerous practice, often seen in fast moving traffic and on motorways. Following the vehicle in front too closely will1.Restrict your view of the road ahead. 2.Leave you with low safety margins if the vehicle in front stops suddenly.

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Sl.No 46 Question YOU ARE DRIVING ON A CLEAR NIGHT. THERE IS A STEADY STREAM OF ONCOMING TRAFFIC. WHICH LIGHTS SHOULD YOU USE?

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) FULL BEAM HEADLIGHTS 2) SIDELIGHTS 3) DIPPED HEADLIGHTS 4) FOG LIGHTS

Correct Answer Dipped headlights. Explanation You should use dipped headlights as high beam head light can dazzle the eyes of the drivers of oncoming traffic resulting in partial blindness of oncoming drivers.

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YOU ARE DRIVING BEHIND A LARGE GOODS VEHICLE. IT SIGNALS LEFT BUT STEERS TO THE RIGHT. YOU SHOULD

1) SLOW DOWN AND LET THE VEHICLE TURN 2) DRIVE ON, KEEPING TO THE LEFT 3) OVERTAKE ON THE RIGHT OF IT 4) HOLD YOUR SPEED AND SOUND YOUR HORN

Correct Answer Slow down and let the vehicle turn. Explanation Approaching a left turn, a lorry may swing out to the right. This is to allow rear wheels to clear the kerb as it turns. If you see a gap on the near side dont try to filter through.

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YOU ARE FOLLOWING A VEHICLE ON A WET ROAD. YOU SHOULD LEAVE A TIME GAP OF AT LEAST.

1) ONE SECOND 2) TWO SECONDS 3) THREE SECONDS 4) FOUR SECONDS

Correct Answer Four seconds Explanation Wet road will increase the time it will take you to stop. The 2 seconds time should be doubled to at least four seconds.

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YOU WISH TO TURN RIGHT AHEAD. WHY SHOULD YOU TAKE UP THE CORRECT POSITION IN GOOD TIME?

1) TO ALLOW OTHER DRIVERS TO PULL OUT IN FRONT OF YOU 2) TO GIVE A BETTER VIEW INTO THE ROAD THAT YOU'RE JOINING 3) TO HELP OTHER ROAD USERS KNOW WHAT YOU INTEND TO DO

Correct Answer To help other road users know what you intend to do. Explanation

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Sl.No Question 4) TO ALLOW DRIVERS TO PASS YOU ON THE RIGHT

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

If you wish to turn right into a side road, take up your position in good time; signal accordingly. This will help the other drivers know what you intend to do.

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A PERSON HERDING SHEEP ASKS YOU TO STOP. YOU SHOULD-

1) IGNORE THEM AS THEY HAVE NO AUTHORITY 2) STOP AND SWITCH OFF YOUR ENGINE 3) CONTINUE ON BUT DRIVE SLOWLY 4) TRY AND GET PAST QUICKLY

Correct Answer Stop and switch off your engine. Explanation Allow the animals to clear the road, before you proceed. Animals are unpredictable and startle easily, they could turn and run into your path.

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WHEN OVERTAKING A HORSE AND RIDER YOU SHOULD

1) SOUND YOUR HORN AS A WARNING 2) GO PAST AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE 3) FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS AS A WARNING 4) GO PAST SLOWLY AND CAREFULLY LEAVING PLENTY OF ROOM. 52 YOU SHOULD NEVER WAVE PEOPLE ACROSS AT PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS BECAUSE

Correct Answer Go past slowly and carefully leaving plenty of room. Explanation When overtaking animals slow down, leave plenty of room. Don't drive close behind or alongside them, this could disturb them.

1) THERE MAY BE ANOTHER VEHICLE COMING 2) THEY MAY NOT BE LOOKING 3) IT IS SAFER FOR YOU TO CARRY ON 4) THEY MAY NOT BE READY TO CROSS

Correct Answer There may be another vehicle coming. Explanation If it is safe you should always stop for pedestrians waiting at pedestrians crossings. Dont wave them to cross the road since other drivers may not 1.Have seen them . 2.Have seen your signal. 3.Be able to stop safely.

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WHEREVER POSSIBLE, WHICH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SHOULD YOU DO WHEN PARKING AT NIGHT?

1) PARK IN A QUIET CAR PARK

Correct Answer

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Sl.No Question 2) PARK IN A WELL LIT AREA 3) PARK FACING AGAINST THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC 4) PARK NEXT TO A BUSY JUNCTION

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Park in a well lit area. Explanation Having your vehicle broken into or stolen can be very distressing and inconvenient. Avoid leaving your vehicle unattended in poorly lit areas.

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IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT TYRE PRESSURE SHOULD BE CHECKED REGULARLY. WHEN SHOULD THIS BE DONE?

1) AFTER A LONG JOURNEY 2) AFTER TRAVELLING AT HIGH SPEED 3) WHEN THE TYRES ARE HOT 4) WHEN THE TYRES ARE COLD

Correct Answer When the tyres are cold. Explanation When you check the tyre air pressure, do so when the tyres are cold. This will give you a more accurate reading. The heat generated from a long journey will raise the pressure inside the tyre.

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YOUR VEHICLE HAS A CATALYTIC CONVERTER. ITS PURPOSE IS TO REDUCE

1) EXHAUST NOISE 2) FUEL CONSUMPTION 3) HARMFUL EXHAUST EMISSIONS 4) ENGINE NOISE

Correct Answer Harmful exhaust emissions Explanation The purpose of the catalytic converter is to convert harmful exhaust gases into environment friendly gases like it converts, 1. Carbon monoxide to Carbon dioxide. 2. Hydrocarbons to Carbon dioxde and Water. 3. Oxides of nitrogen to nitrogen and oxygen. It does so with the help of catalysts like palladium, platinum and rhodium.

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WHAT IS MOST LIKELY TO CAUSE HIGH FUEL CONSUMPTION?

1) POOR STEERING CONTROL 2) ACCELERATING AROUND BENDS 3) STAYING IN HIGH GEARS 4) HARSH BRAKING AND ACCELERATING

Correct Answer Harsh braking and accelerating. Explanation Accelerating & braking gently will help to save fuel and is kinder to the environment.

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Sl.No 57 Question A PROPERLY SERVICED VEHICLE WILL GIVE

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) LOWER INSURANCE PREMIUMS 2) YOU A REFUND ON YOUR ROAD TAX 3) BETTER FUEL ECONOMY AND CLEANER EXHAUST EMISSIONS 4) NONE OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer Better fuel economy and cleaner exhaust emissions. Explanation Look after your vehicle or machine. Have it regularly serviced as per manufacturer's service schedule. A properly serviced vehicle will give better fuel economy and cleaner exhaust emissions.

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WHEN SHOULD YOU CHECK THE ENGINE OIL LEVEL?

1) WHEN THE ENGINE IS COLD 2) AFTER RUNNING THE ENGINE 3) EVERY 6000 KMS 4) NONE OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer When the engine is cold Explanation When the engine is cold the oil settles down in the chamber, while when the engine is hot the oil is in circulation to the upper parts of the engine. Hence a hot engine will not give the correct level of oil.

59

WHICH OF THESE DOES THE LAW REQUIRE YOU TO KEEP IN GOOD CONDITION?

1) HEADLIGHTS 2) WINDSCREEN 3) SEAT BELTS 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation Also check the : 1.Lights - get someone to help you check the brake lights. 2.Indicators 3.Battery 4.Steering for play in the steering 5.Oil 6.Brakes & Clutch

60

WHICH OF THESE ARE BADLY AFFECTED IF THE TYRES ARE UNDER-INFLATED?

1) BRAKING & STEERING

Correct Answer

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Sl.No 2) CHANGING GEAR 3) PARKING 4) NONE OF THE ABOVE Question

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Braking & steering Explanation Your tyres are your only contact with the road & therefore very important to your safety. Incorrect tyre pressure will affect steering and braking, so it is important that you take the time to attend to them. Correct tyre pressure can reduce the risk of skidding & will provide a more comfortable ride.

61

WHAT CAN CAUSE A HEAVY STEERING?

1) DRIVING ON ICE 2) BADLY WORN BRAKES 3) OVER-INFLATED TYRES 4) UNDER-INFLATED TYRES

Correct Answer Under-inflated tyres Explanation If tyres dont have enough air in them they will drag against the surface of the road. This makes the steering feel heavy.

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YOUR VEHICLE PULLS TO ONE SIDE WHEN BRAKING. YOU SHOULD-

1) CHANGE THE TYRES AROUND

Correct Answer

2) CONSULT YOUR MECHANIC AS SOON AS POSSIBLE Consult your mechanic as soon as possible. 3) PUMP THE PEDAL WHEN BRAKING 4) USE YOUR HANDBRAKE AT THE SAME TIME Explanation The brakes on your vehicle or machine must be effectively & properly adjusted. If your vehicle pulls to one side when braking, take it to be checked by a qualified mechanic, dont take risks.

63

THE MAIN CAUSE OF BRAKE FADE IS

1) THE BRAKES OVERHEATING 2) AIR IN THE BRAKE FLUID 3) OIL ON THE BRAKE SHOES 4) THE BRAKES OUT OF ADJUSTMENT

Correct Answer The brakes overheating Explanation If your vehicle is fitted with drum brakes they can get hot & may lose a lot of their effect. This happens when they're continually used, such as on a long, steep down hill stretch of road. Using a lower gear will assist the braking & prevent the vehicle gaining momentum.

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Sl.No 64 Question YOU ARE DRIVING ON A MOTORWAY. THE TRAFFIC AHEAD IS BRAKING SHARPLY BECAUSE OF AN ACCIDENT. HOW COULD YOU WARN FOLLOWING TRAFFIC?

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) BRIEFLY USE THE HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS 2) SWITCH ON THE HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS CONTINUOUSLY 3) BRIEFLY USE THE REAR FOG LIGHTS 4) SWITCH ON THE HEADLIGHTS CONTINUOUSLY

Correct Answer Briefly use the hazard warning lights. Explanation This situation (and dual carriageways) is the only time you are permitted to use your hazard warning lights on the move. Only use them just long enough to ensure that your warning has been observed.

65

A PROPERLY ADJUSTED HEAD RESTRAINT WILL

1) MAKE YOU MORE COMFORTABLE 2) HELP YOU AVOID NECK INJURY 3) HELP YOU RELAX 4) HELP YOU MAINTAIN YOUR DRIVING POSITION

Correct Answer Help you avoid neck injury Explanation The restraint should be adjusted so that it gives maximum protection to the head. This will help in the event of a rear end collision.

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TO PREVENT POLLUTING THE ENVIRONMENT, YOU CAN HELP BY-

1) HAVING YOUR VEHICLE PROPERLY SERVICED 2) MAKING SURE YOUR TYRES ARE CORRECTLY INFLATED 3) NOT OVER-REVING IN LOWER GEARS 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation If you dont get your vehicle serviced regularly, the engine will not burn all the fuel efficiently. This will cause excess harmful gases to be discharged into the atmosphere thus incresing pollution.

67

YOU ARE CARRYING TWO 13 YEAR OLD CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS IN YOUR CAR. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SEEING THAT THE CHILDREN WEAR SEAT BELTS?

1) THE CHILDREN'S PARENTS 2) YOU, THE DRIVER 3) THE FRONT-SEAT PASSENGER

Correct Answer You, the driver Explanation

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Sl.No 4) THE CHILDREN Question

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Seat belts are meant to save lives and reduce the risk of injury. You must wear seat belt unless youre exempt. There are also legal requirements for your passengers. Make sure that you know the rules for wearing seat belts.

68

YOU HAVE A LOOSE FILLER CAP ON YOUR DIESEL OR PETROL FUEL TANK. THIS WILL

1) WASTE FUEL AND MONEY & MAKE ROADS SLIPPERY FOR OTHER ROAD USERS 2) IMPROVE YOUR VEHICLE'S FUEL CONSUMPTION 3) INCREASE THE LEVEL OF EXHAUST EMISSIONS 4) NONE OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer Waste fuel and money & make roads slippery for other road users. Explanation Diesel fuel is especially slippery if spilled on a wet road. Also a loose filler cap will result in loss of precious fuel by evaporation and will lead to increase in pollution.

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TO AVOID SPILLAGE AFTER REFUELLING, YOU SHOULD MAKE SURE THAT

1) YOUR TANK IS ONLY 3/4 FULL 2) YOU HAVE USED A LOCKING FILLER CAP 3) YOU CHECK YOUR FUEL GAUGE IS WORKING 4) YOUR FILLER CAP IS SECURELY FASTENED

Correct Answer Your filler cap is securely fastened. Explanation If your filler cap is not securely fastened it will result in loss of precious fuel by evaporation or by spillage, it will also lead to increase in pollution.

70

YOU CANNOT SEE CLEARLY BEHIND WHEN REVERSING. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

1) OPEN YOUR WINDOW TO LOOK BEHIND 2) OPEN THE DOOR AND LOOK BEHIND 3) LOOK IN THE SIDE MIRROR 4) ASK SOMEONE TO GUIDE YOU

Correct Answer Ask someone to guide you Explanation If you want to turn you vehicle around try to find a place where you have all round good vision. If this is not possible & you are unable to see clearly, then get someone to guide you.

71

TO REDUCE THE VOLUME OF TRAFFIC ON THE ROADS YOU COULD

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Sl.No Question 1) USE PUBLIC TRANSPORT MORE OFTEN 2) SHARE A CAR WHEN POSSIBLE 3) WALK OR CYCLE ON SHORT JOURNEYS 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation Travelling by public transport is an opportunity to get regular exercise by walking to the train or bus stop. Car pooling can also help in reducing the problem.

72

THE MAJOR POLLUTANTS EMITTED BY AUTOMOBILES ARE

1) CARBON MONOXIDE 2) HYDROCARBONS 3) OXIDES OF NITROGEN 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation Besides these the other pollutants are 1.Sulphur dioxide 2.Lead compounds 3.Particulate matter

73

UNBALANCED WHEELS OF A CAR MAY CAUSE

1) THE STEERING TO PULL TO ONE SIDE 2) THE STEERING TO WOBBLE 3) THE BRAKES TO FAIL 4) THE TYRES TO DEFLATE

Correct Answer The steering to wobble. Explanation If your wheels are out of balance it will cause the steering wheel to vibrate at certain speeds. It is not a fault that will rectify itself. You will have to consult a garage to get it rectified.

74

NOISE POLLUTION MAY RESULT IN

1) DISTURBING MENTAL EQUILIBRIUM. 2) DISTURBING THE CONCENTRATION OF DRIVER. 3) LOSS OF HEARING CAPACITY. 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation We should all be concerned about the effect traffic has on our environment. Noise disturbs the mental equilibrium and concentration of the driver as well as other road users. You as a driver also have a responsibility to help reduce noise pollution.

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Sl.No 75 Question TURNING THE STEERING WHEEL WHILE YOUR CAR IS STATIONARY CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) GEARBOX 2) ENGINE 3) BRAKES 4) STEERING & TYRES

Correct Answer Steering & tyres. Explanation Turning the steering wheel when the car is not moving can cause unnecessary wear to the tyres and steering mechanism. This is known as dry steering.

76

YOU ARE DRIVING ALONG A WET ROAD. HOW CAN YOU TELL IF YOUR VEHICLE'S TYRES ARE LOOSING THEIR GRIP ON THE SURFACE?

1) THE ENGINE WILL STALL 2) THE STEERING WILL FEEL VERY HEAVY 3) THE ENGINE NOISE WILL INCREASE 4) THE STEERING WILL FEEL VERY LIGHT

Correct Answer The steering will feel very light. Explanation If you drive at a speed in very wet conditions your steering may suddenly feel light. This means that the tyres have lifted off the surface and are skating on the surface of water. This is known as aquaplaning. Reduce speed but dont brake until your steering returns to a normal feel.

77

YOU HAVE DRIVEN THROUGH A WATER- LOG. WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU SHOULD DO?

1) STOP AND CHECK THE TYRES 2) STOP AND DRY THE BRAKES 3) CHECK YOUR EXHAUST 4) TEST YOUR BRAKES

Correct Answer Test your brakes. Explanation After passing through water-log, test your brakes, because water may have entered into your vehicle's brake drums and wet brake liners are much less effective than dry ones.

78

IN VERY HOT WEATHER THE ROAD SURFACE CAN GET SOFT. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WILL BE AFFECTED MOST?

1) SUSPENSION 2) STEERING & BRAKING

Correct Answer Steering & braking.

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Sl.No 3) EXHAUST SYSTEM 4) NONE OF THE ABOVE 79 WHEN DRIVING IN FOG. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE CORRECT? Question

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Explanation Take care when braking or cornering. Tyres dont grip well on soft road surface.

1) USE DIPPED HEADLIGHTS 2) ALLOW MORE TIME FOR YOUR JOURNEY 3) SLOW DOWN 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above Explanation If your journey is not necessary, dont venture out. You will be taking unnecessary risks. If you have to travel and someone is expecting you at the other end, let them know that you will be taking longer than usual for your journey. This will stop them worrying if you dont turn up on time.

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WHAT IS THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF SKIDDING?

1) ROAD CONDITION 2) DRIVER ERROR 3) OTHER VEHICLES 4) PEDESTRIANS

Correct Answer Driver error. Explanation Skidding occurs when wheels are locked due to sudden/harsh braking. Apart from driver error the other reasons could be 1. Wet/Slippery road. 2. Brake Malfunction 3. Worn out tyres.

81

IN WINDY CONDITIONS YOU NEED TO TAKE EXTRA CARE WHEN

1) USING THE BRAKES 2) MAKING A HILL START 3) TURNING INTO A NARROW ROAD 4) PASSING PEDAL CYCLISTS

Correct Answer Passing pedal cyclists. Explanation You should always give cyclists plenty of room when overtaking. When its windy a sudden gust could blow them off course.

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Sl.No 82 Question YOU ARE ABOUT TO GO DOWN A STEEP HILL. TO CONTROL THE SPEED OF YOUR VEHICLE YOU SHOULD

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) SELECT A HIGH GEAR AND USE THE BRAKES CAREFULLY 2) SELECT A HIGH GEAR AND USE THE BRAKES FIRMLY 3) SELECT A LOW GEAR AND USE THE BRAKES CAREFULLY 4) SELECT A LOW GEAR AND USE BRAKES FIRMLY

Correct Answer Select a low gear and use the brake carefully. Explanation When travelling down a steep hill your vehicle will tend to increase speed. This will also make it more difficult for you to stop. To maintain control & prevent the vehicle running away1.Select a lower gear the engine will then help to control speed. 2.Use the brakes carefully

83

YOU FIND THAT YOU NEED GLASSES TO READ VEHICLE NUMBER PLATES AT THE REQUIRED DISTANCE. WHEN MUST YOU WEAR THEM?

1) ONLY IN BAD WEATHER CONDITIONS 2) AT ALL TIMES WHEN DRIVING 3) ONLY WHEN YOU THINK IT IS NECESSARY 4) ONLY IN BAD LIGHT OR AT NIGHT

Correct Answer At all times when driving. Explanation Have your eyesight tested, before you start driving and if you need glasses use them at all times when driving.

84

YOU ARE PLANNING A LONG JOURNEY. DO YOU NEED TO PLAN REST STOPS?

1) YES, YOU SHOULD PLAN TO STOP EVERY HALF AN HOUR 2) YES, REGULAR STOPS HELPS IMPROVE CONCENTRATION 3) NO, YOU WILL BE LESS TIRED IF YOU GET THERE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE 4) NO, STOP ONLY WHEN YOU NEED FUEL

Correct Answer Yes, regular stops helps improve concentration Explanation Most accidents happen as a result of a lapse in concentration. When driving long distances take plenty of rest stops. If you get tired, your reactions will slow down & judgement of hazards will become flawed. This can be prevented by making regular stops for rest in between.

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Sl.No 85 Question WHICH OF THESE RESULT FROM DRINKING ALCOHOL ?

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) LESS CONTROL 2) A FALSE SENSE OF CONFIDENCE 3) POOR JUDGEMENT OF SPEED 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation You must understand the dangers of mixing alcohol with driving. One drink is too many if youre going to drive. Alcohol will severely reduce your ability to drive safely.

86

A DRIVER DOES SOMETHING THAT UPSETS YOU. YOU SHOULD

1) TRY NOT TO REACT 2) LET THEM KNOW HOW YOU FEEL 3) FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS SEVERAL TIMES 4) SOUND YOUR HORN

Correct Answer Try not to react. Explanation There are occasions when other road users make a misjudgment or a mistake. If this happens try not to let it worry you. Dont react by showing anger. Sounding the horn, flashing the headlamps or shouting wont help the situation. Good anticipation will help to prevent these incidents becoming accidents.

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WHICH OF THESE THINGS WOULD HELP TO KEEP YOU ALERT DURING A LONG JOURNEY?

1) FINISHING YOUR JOURNEY AS FAST AS YOU CAN 2) KEEPING OFF THE MOTORWAYS AND USING COUNTRY ROADS 3) MAKING SURE THAT YOU GET PLENTY OF FRESH AIR AND MAKING REGULAR STOPS FOR REFRESHMENTS 4) NONE OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer Making sure that you get plenty of fresh air and making regular stops for refreshments. Explanation

Make sure that you have good ventilation in the vehicle. This will help you to stay alert by making sure that there is enough fresh air. Stale warm air will dull your senses & cause drowsiness. Tiredness can cause your reactions to slow down & judgement of hazard will become flawed. This can be prevented by ensuring regular rest stops.

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Sl.No 88 Question DRIVING LONG DISTANCES CAN BE TIRING. YOU CAN PREVENT THIS BY

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) STOPPING EVERY TWO HOURS 2) OPENING A WINDOW FOR SOME FRESH AIR 3) ENSURING PLENTY OF REFRESHMENT BREAKS 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation Make sure that you have good ventilation in the vehicle. This will help you to stay alert by making sure that there is enough fresh air. Stale warm air will dull your senses & cause drowsiness. Tiredness can cause your reactions to slow down & judgement of hazard will become flawed. This can be prevented by ensuring regular rest stops.

89

YOU ARE FOLLOWING A CAR DRIVEN BY AN ELDERLY DRIVER. YOU SHOULD

1) EXPECT THE DRIVER TO DRIVE BADLY 2) FLASH YOUR LIGHTS AND OVERTAKE 3) BE AWARE THAT THE DRIVER'S REACTIONS MAY NOT BE AS FAST AS YOURS 4) STAY VERY CLOSE BEHIND BUT BE CAREFUL

Correct Answer Be aware that the driver's reactions may not be as fast as yours Explanation You must show consideration to other road users. Their reactions may be slower & they might need more time to deal with a situation. Be tolerant & dont lose patience or show your annoyance.

90

YOU ARE FOLLOWING A LEARNER DRIVER WHO STALLS AT A JUNCTION. YOU SHOULD

1) BE PATIENT AS YOU EXPECT THEM TO MAKE MISTAKES 2) STAY VERY CLOSE BEHIND AND FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS 3) START TO REV YOU ENGINE IF THEY TAKE TOO LONG TO RESTART 4) IMMEDIATELY STEER AROUND THEM AND DRIVE ON

Correct Answer Be patient as you expect them to make mistakes. Explanation Learner drivers are often nervous. If you stay calm & keep distance this will avoid accidents occurring if they make mistakes. Remember, you were in this situation once.

91

YOU ARE DRIVING ON A MAIN ROAD. YOU INTEND TO TURN RIGHT INTO A SIDE ROAD. JUST BEFORE TURNING YOU SHOULD

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Sl.No Question 1) ADJUST YOUR INTERIOR MIRROR 2) FLASH YOUR HEADLAMPS 3) STEER OVER TO THE LEFT 4) CHECK FOR TRAFFIC OVERTAKING ON YOUR RIGHT

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Correct Answer Check for traffic overtaking on your right Explanation Motorcyclists often overtake queues of vehicles. Always make that last check in the mirror to avoid turning across their path.

92

WHERE SHOULD YOU TAKE PARTICULAR CARE TO LOOK OUT FOR MOTORCYCLISTS AND CYCLISTS?

1) ON DUAL CARRIAGEWAYS 2) AT JUNCTIONS 3) AT ZEBRA CROSSINGS 4) ON ONE-WAY STREETS

Correct Answer At junctions. Explanation Another road user failing to see a motorcyclist/cyclist is a major cause of collision. Wherever streams of traffic join or cross there is a potential for this type of accident to occur. Hence motorcyclists / cyclists should ride defensively and wear bright clothing to be seen easily.

93

YOU ARE DRIVING PAST A LINE OF PARKED CARS. YOU NOTICE A BALL BOUNCING OUT INTO THE ROAD AHEAD. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

1) CONTINUE DRIVING AT THE SAME SPEED AND SOUND YOUR HORN 2) CONTINUE DRIVING AT THE SAME SPEED AND FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS 3) SLOW DOWN AND BE PREPARED TO STOP FOR CHILDREN 4) STOP AND WAVE THE CHILDREN ACROSS TO FETCH THEIR BALL

Correct Answer Slow down and be prepared to stop for children. Explanation Beware of children playing in the street & running out into the road. If a ball bounces out from the pavement, slow down & stop. Don't encourage anyone to retrieve it.

94

THERE IS A SLOW MOVING MOTORCYCLIST AHEAD OF YOU. YOU ARE UNSURE WHAT THE RIDER IS GOING TO DO. YOU SHOULD

1) OVERTAKE FROM THE LEFT 2) OVERTAKE FROM THE RIGHT 3) STAY BEHIND 4) MOVE CLOSER

Correct Answer Stay behind Explanation Be patient. The motorcyclist might be turning right or changing direction.

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Sl.No 95 Question YOU ARE FOLLOWING TWO CYCLISTS. THEY APPROACH A ROUNDABOUT IN THE LEFT-HAND LANE. IN WHICH DIRECTION SHOULD YOU EXPECT THE CYCLISTS TO GO?

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) LEFT 2) RIGHT 3) ANY DIRECTION 4) STRAIGHT AHEAD

Correct Answer Any direction. Explanation You are following cyclists in a roundabout, be aware of them as they might not be taking the exit you anticipate. Cyclists approaching in the left hand lane may be turning right but may not have been able to get into the correct lane due to heavy traffic. Give them room.

96

YOU ARE TRAVELLING BEHIND A MOPED. YOU WANT TO TURN LEFT JUST AHEAD. YOU SHOULD

1) OVERTAKE THE MOPED BEFORE THE JUNCTION 2) PULL ALONGSIDE THE MOPED AND STAY LEVEL UNTIL JUST BEFORE THE JUNCTION 3) SOUND YOUR HORN AS A WARNING AND PULL IN FRONT OF THE MOPED

Correct Answer Stay behind until the moped has passed the junction Explanation

4) STAY BEHIND UNTIL THE MOPED HAS PASSED THE Passing the moped and turning into the JUNCTION junction could mean that you cut across the front of the rider. This might force them to slow down, stop or even lose control. 97 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE HAZARDS, MOTORCYCLISTS PRESENT IN QUEUES OF TRAFFIC,CAN CAUSE ?

1) CUTTING IN JUST IN FRONT OF YOU 2) PASSING VERY CLOSE TO YOU 3) SWITCHING BETWEEN THE LANES 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation In this situation motorcyclist could be passing you on either side. Always check before you change lanes or direction.

98

HOW SHOULD YOU REACT TO DRIVERS WHO APPEAR TO BE INEXPERIENCED?

1) SOUND YOUR HORN TO WARN THEM OF YOUR PRESENCE 2) BE PATIENT AND PREPARED FOR THEIR SLOW REACTION

Correct Answer Be patient and prepared for their slow reaction.

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Sl.No Question 3) FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS TO INDICATE THAT IT IS SAFE FOR THEM TO PROCEED 4) OVERTAKE THEM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Explanation Learners might not have confidence when they first start to drive. Give them plenty of room & dont react adversely to their hesitation. We all learn from experience, but new drivers will have had less practice in dealing with all the situations that might occur.

99

YOU SHOULD ONLY FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS AT OTHER ROAD USERS

1) TO SHOW THAT YOU ARE GIVING WAY 2) TO SHOW THAT YOU ARE ABOUT TO TURN 3) TO TELL THEM THAT YOU HAVE RIGHT OF WAY 4) TO LET THEM KNOW THAT YOU ARE THERE

Correct Answer To let them know that you are there Explanation You should only flash your headlights to warn others of your presence. Don't use them to 1.Greet others 2.Show impatience 3.Give up your priority

100

YOUR TYRE BURSTS WHILE YOU ARE DRIVING.WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

1) PULL ON THE HANDBRAKE 2) BRAKE AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE 3) HOLD THE STEERING WHEEL FIRMLY TO KEEP CONTROL 4) CONTINUE AT A NORMAL SPEED

Correct Answer Hold the steering wheel firmly to keep control Explanation A tyre bursting can lead to loss of control. So, don't accelerate or brake harshly and hold the steering wheel tight to keep control, especially if you're travelling at high speed. The correct procedure can help to stop the vehicle safely.

101

YOU ARE DRIVING DOWN A LONG STEEP HILL.YOU SUDDENLY NOTICE YOUR BRAKES ARE NOT WORKING AS WELL AS NORMAL.. WHAT IS THE USUAL CAUSE OF THIS?

1) OVERHEATING OF BRAKES 2) AIR IN THE BRAKE FLUID 3) OIL ON THE BRAKES

Correct Answer Overheating of brakes. Explanation

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Sl.No Question 4) BADLY ADJUSTED BRAKES

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Overheating of brakes is due to excessive use of brakes on a long steep hill. This is also called brake fading. This is more likely to happen on vehicles fitted with drum brakes but can still apply to disc brakes as well. Using a lower gear will assist the braking and help you to keep control of your vehicle.

102

PRESSING THE CLUTCH PEDAL DOWN OR ROLLING IN NEUTRAL FOR TOO LONG WHILE DRIVING WILL

1) USE MORE FUEL 2) CAUSE THE ENGINE TO OVERHEAT 3) REDUCE YOUR CONTROL 4) IMPROVE TYRE WEAR

Correct Answer Reduce your control Explanation Holding the clutch down or selecting neutral for too long will cause your vehicle to roll or freewheel. This is known as coasting. This reduces your control of the vehicle.

103

HOW CAN YOU USE THE GEARS OF YOUR VEHICLE TO CONTROL YOUR SPEED?

1) BY CHANGING TO A LOWER GEAR 2) BY SELECTING REVERSE GEAR 3) BY CHANGING TO A HIGHER GEAR 4) BY SELECTING NEUTRAL GEAR

Correct Answer By changing to a lower gear Explanation You should brake and slow down before selecting a lower gear. The gear can then be used to keep the speed low and help you control the vehicle.

104

YOU ARE DRIVING DOWN A STEEP HILL. WHY COULD KEEPING THE CLUTCH DOWN OR SELECTING NEUTRAL FOR TOO LONG BE DANGEROUS?

1) FUEL CONSUMPTION WILL BE HIGHER 2) YOUR VEHICLE WILL PICK UP SPEED 3) IT WILL DAMAGE THE ENGINE 4) IT WILL WEAR TYRES OUT MORE QUICKLY

Correct Answer Your vehicle will pick up speed. Explanation Driving with the clutch down or in neutral for long periods is known as coasting. There will be no engine braking and this will cause your vehicle to pick up speed. This can be very dangerous because you will have less steering and braking control.

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Sl.No 105 Question WHY SHOULD YOU ALWAYS REDUCE YOUR SPEED WHEN TRAVELLING IN FOG?

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) BECAUSE THE BRAKES DO NOT WORK AS WELL 2) BECAUSE YOU COULD BE DAZZLED BY OTHER PEOPLE'S FOG LIGHTS 3) BECAUSE THE ENGINE IS COLDER 4) BECAUSE IT IS MORE DIFFICULT TO SEE EVENTS AHEAD

Correct Answer Because it is more difficult to see events ahead. Explanation Driving in fog is hazardous. Travel only if it is necessary. To drive or ride safely you must always look well ahead. In fog this wont be possible & you'll have less time to react to any hazards. You must reduce your speed.

106

YOU ARE OVERTAKING A CAR AT NIGHT. YOU MUST BE SURE THAT

1) YOU FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS BEFORE OVERTAKING 2) YOU SELECT A HIGHER GEAR 3) YOU HAVE SWITCHED YOUR LIGHTS TO FULL BEAM BEFORE OVERTAKING 4) YOU DO NOT DAZZLE OTHER ROAD USERS

Correct Answer You do not dazzle other road users. Explanation If you wish to overtake at night, ensure that your lights dont reflect in the mirror of the car in front. Wait till you have overtaken before switching to full beam.

107

YOU ARE ON A NARROW ROAD AT NIGHT. A SLOWER MOVING VEHICLE AHEAD HAS BEEN SIGNALLING RIGHT FOR SOME TIME. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

1) OVERTAKE ON THE LEFT 2) FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS BEFORE OVERTAKING 3) SIGNAL RIGHT AND SOUND YOUR HORN

Correct Answer Wait for signal to be cancelled before overtaking. Explanation

4) WAIT FOR THE SIGNAL TO BE CANCELLED BEFORE If the vehicle in front has been indicating OVERTAKING right for some time, but has made no attempt to turn , wait for the signal to be cancelled. The other driver may have misjudged the distance to the road junction or there might be a hidden hazard. 108 YOU ARE FOLLOWING OTHER VEHICLES IN FOG WITH YOUR LIGHTS ON. HOW ELSE CAN YOU REDUCE THE CHANCES OF BEING INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT?

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Sl.No Question 1) KEEP CLOSE TO THE VEHICLE IN FRONT 2) USE YOUR MAIN BEAM INSTEAD OF DIPPED HEADLIGHTS 3) KEEP TOGETHER WITH THE FASTER VEHICLES 4) REDUCE YOUR SPEED AND INCREASE THE GAP

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Correct Answer Reduce your speed and increase the gap Explanation Always ensure that you have your lights on and that you are seen by all other road users. Use dipped headlights. Keep at a sensible speed and don't follow the vehicle in front too closely. If the road is wet and slippery you'll also need to adjust your stopping distance.

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YOU ARE FOLLOWING A VEHICLE AT A SAFE DISTANCE ON A WET ROAD. ANOTHER DRIVER OVERTAKES YOU AND PULLS INTO THE GAP YOU HAVE LEFT. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

1) FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHTS AS A WARNING 2) TRY TO OVERTAKE SAFELY AS SOON AS YOU CAN 3) DROP BACK TO REGAIN A SAFE DISTANCE 4) STAY CLOSE TO THE OTHER VEHICLE UNTIL IT MOVES ON

Correct Answer Drop back to regain a safe distance Explanation Wet weather will affect the time it takes for you to stop and can affect your control.Your speed should allow you to stop safely and in good time.If another vehicle pulls into the gap you've left, ease back until you've regained your stopping distance.

110

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WILL AFFECT YOUR STOPPING DISTANCE?

1) HOW FAST YOU ARE GOING 2) THE TYRES OF YOUR VEHICLE 3) WEATHER 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation You should be aware that there are several factors that can affect the distance it takes to stop your vehicle.Your stopping distance in wet weather will increase. You should double the separation distance from the vehicle in front. Your tyres will have less grip on the road and therefore need more time to stop. Always drive in accordance with the conditions.

111

YOU ARE TRAVELLING IN VERY HEAVY RAIN. YOUR OVERALL STOPPING DISTANCE IS LIKELY TO

1) INCREASE 2) DECREASE

Correct Answer Increase.

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Sl.No Question 3) BE UP TO TEN TIMES GREATER 4) REMAIN THE SAME

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Explanation Apart from the lack of visibility, the road will be extremely wet. This will lessen the grip of tyres on road & increase the distance it takes to stop. Double your separation distance.

112

WHEN SNOW IS FALLING HEAVILY YOU SHOULD

1) DRIVE, PROVIDED YOU USE YOUR HEADLIGHTS 2) NOT DRIVE UNLESS YOU HAVE A MOBILE PHONE 3) DRIVE ONLY WHEN YOUR JOURNEY IS SHORT 4) NOT DRIVE UNLESS IT IS ESSENTIAL 113 YOU HAVE TO MAKE A JOURNEY IN FOG. WHAT ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS YOU SHOULD DO BEFORE YOU SET OUT?

Correct Answer Not drive unless it is essential. Explanation If the weather conditions are bad and your journey isnt essential, then stay at home.

1) TOP UP THE RADIATOR WITH ANTIFREEZE 2) MAKE SURE THAT THE WINDOWS ARE CLEAN & LIGHTS ARE WORKING 3) CHECK THE BATTERY 4) MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE WARNING TRIANGLE IN THE VEHICLE 114 USING FRONT FOG LIGHTS IN CLEAR DAYLIGHT WILL

Correct Answer Make sure that the windows are clean & lights are working. Explanation Dont drive in fog unless you really have to. Drive in accordance with the conditions.

1) FLATTEN THE BATTERY 2) DAZZLE OTHER DRIVERS 3) IMPROVE YOUR VISIBILITY 4) INCREASE YOUR AWARENESS

Correct Answer Dazzle other drivers. Explanation Your fog light should have a warning which illuminates when they are being used. You should be familiar with the layout of your dashboard so you are aware if they have been switched on in error or you have forgotten to switch them off.

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YOU ARE DRIVING IN FOG. WHY SHOULD YOU KEEP WELL BACK FROM THE VEHICLE IN FRONT?

1) IN CASE IT CHANGES DIRECTION SUDDENLY

Correct Answer

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Sl.No Question 2) IN CASE ITS FOG LIGHTS DAZZLE YOU 3) IN CASE IT STOPS SUDDENLY 4) IN CASE ITS BRAKE LIGHTS DAZZLE YOU

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

In case it stops suddenly Explanation If you're following another road user in fog , stay well back. The driver in front wont be able to see hazards until theyre close and might brake suddenly. Youll need a good separation distance as the road surface is likely to be wet and slippery.

116

YOU HAVE TO PARK ON THE ROAD IN FOG. YOU SHOULD

1) LEAVE HAZARD LIGHTS ON 2) LEAVE DIPPED HEADLIGHTS AND FOG LIGHTS ON 3) LEAVE DIPPED HEADLIGHTS ON 4) LEAVE MAIN BEAM HEADLIGHTS ON

Correct Answer Leave hazard lights on Explanation If you have to park your vehicle in foggy conditions its important that it can be seen by other road users.Try to find a place to park off the road. If this isnt possible leave it facing in the same direction as the traffic. Make sure that your lights are clean and that you leave your sidelights on.

117

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS CORRECT WHILE OVERTAKING AT NIGHT ?

1) BE CAREFUL BECAUSE OF POOR VISIBILITY AND BEWARE OF BENDS IN THE ROAD AHEAD 2) SOUND YOUR HORN TWICE BEFORE MOVING OUT 3) WAIT UNTIL A BEND SO THAT YOU CAN SEE THE ONCOMING HEADLIGHTS 4) PUT HEADLIGHTS ON FULL BEAM

Correct Answer Be careful because you can see less and beware of bends in the road ahead Explanation Only overtake the vehicle in front if its really necessary. At night the risks are increased due to the poor visibility. Dont overtake at road junctions, roundabouts, narrow roads/bridges, turns, brow of a bridge / hill or where it is prohibited.

118

YOU ARE TRAVELLING AT NIGHT. YOU ARE DAZZLED BY HEADLIGHTS OF ONCOMING VEHICLES. YOU SHOULD

1) PULL DOWN YOUR SUN VISOR 2) SLOW DOWN OR STOP 3) SWITCH ON YOUR MAIN BEAM HEADLIGHTS

Correct Answer Slow down or stop. Explanation

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Sl.No Question 4) PUT YOUR HAND OVER YOUR EYES

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

If you are driving at night, there will be extra hazard to deal with. The lights of oncoming vehicles can often dazzle. If youre dazzled by them, don't1.Close your eyes 2.Flash your head lights. This will only distract the other drivers too.

119

WHY IS IT PARTICULARLY IMPORTANT TO CARRY OUT A CHECK ON YOUR VEHICLE BEFORE MAKING A LONG MOTORWAY JOURNEY?

1) YOU WILL HAVE TO DO MORE HARSH BRAKING ON Correct Answer MOTORWAYS 2) MOTORWAY SERVICE STATIONS DO NOT DEAL WITH BREAKDOWNS Continuous high speeds may increase the risk of your vehicle breaking down.

3) THE ROAD SURFACE WILL WEAR DOWN THE TYRES Explanation FASTER 4) CONTINUOUS HIGH SPEEDS MAY INCREASE THE RISK OF YOUR VEHICLE BREAKING DOWN Before a long motorway journey always go through the safety checks like brake oil level, brake air pressure, engine oil, tyre pressure and condition of the tyre, loose nuts of wheel and shaft, any kind of leakage like coolant or oil. At high and continuous speeds these things are more prone to the risks of breakdowns.

120

YOU ARE INTENDING TO LEAVE THE MOTORWAY AT THE NEXT LEFT EXIT. BEFORE YOU REACH THE EXIT YOU SHOULD NORMALLY POSITION YOUR VEHICLE.

1) IN THE MIDDLE LANE 2) IN THE LEFT-HAND LANE 3) ON THE HARD SHOULDER 4) IN ANY LANE 121 IMMEDIATELY AFTER JOINING A MOTORWAY YOU SHOULD NORMALLY

Correct Answer In the left-hand lane Explanation Move in to the left hand lane in good time. Dont cut across traffic at the last moment.

1) TRY TO OVERTAKE 2) READJUST YOUR MIRRORS 3) POSITION YOUR VEHICLE IN THE CENTRE LANE 4) KEEP IN THE LEFT LANE

Correct Answer Position your vehicle in the centre lane Explanation You should position your vehicle in centre lane because, this is the lane designated for cars.

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Sl.No 122 Question YOU ARE DRIVING AT NIGHT WITH FULL BEAM HEADLIGHTS. A VEHICLE IS OVERTAKING YOU, YOU SHOULD DIP YOUR LIGHTS

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) SOME TIME AFTER THE VEHICLE HAS PASSED YOU. Correct Answer 2) BEFORE THE VEHICLE STARTS TO PASS YOU 3) ONLY IF THE OTHER DRIVER DIPS THE HEADLIGHTS 4) AS SOON AS THE VEHICLE PASSES YOU As soon as the vehicle passes you. Explanation Your light on full beam could dazzle the driver in front. Make sure that your light beam falls short of the vehicle in front

123

THERE IS A TRACTOR AHEAD OF YOU. YOU WISH TO OVERTAKE BUT YOU ARE NOT SURE IF IT IS SAFE TO DO SO. YOU SHOULD

1) FOLLOW ANOTHER OVERTAKING VEHICLE. 2) SOUND YOUR HORN TO THE SLOW VEHICLE TO PULL OVER 3) SPEED THROUGH BUT FLASH YOUR LIGHTS TO ONCOMING TRAFFIC 4) NOT OVERTAKE IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT

Correct Answer Not overtake if you are in doubt Explanation Always ask yourself if you really need to overtake. Can you see well down the road ? If the answer is no, dont go.

124

WHEN JOINING A MOTORWAY YOU MUST ALWAYS

1) USE THE HARD SHOULDER 2) STOP AT THE END OF THE ACCELERATION LANE 3) COME TO A STOP BEFORE JOINING THE MOTORWAY 4) GIVE WAY TO TRAFFIC ALREADY ON THE MOTORWAY 125 YOU ARE DRIVING ON A MOTORWAY. YOU HAVE TO SLOW DOWN QUICKLY DUE TO A HAZARD. YOU SHOULD

Correct Answer Give way to traffic already on the motorway Explanation The traffic may be travelling at high speed, so you should adjust your speed & emerge when it is safe to do so.

1) SWITCH ON YOUR HAZARD LIGHTS 2) SWITCH ON YOUR HEADLIGHTS 3) SOUND YOUR HORN

Correct Answer Switch on your hazard light. Explanation

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Sl.No Question 4) FLASH YOUR HEADLIGHT

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

The traffic behind you will be given an extra warning in addition to your brake lights. Switch them off again as the queue forms behind you.

126

YOU ARE DRIVING ON A MOTORWAY. BY MISTAKE YOU GO PAST THE EXIT THAT YOU WANTED TO TAKE. YOU SHOULD

1) CAREFULLY REVERSE ON THE HARD SHOULDER 2) CARRY ON TO THE NEXT EXIT 3) CAREFULLY REVERSE IN THE LEFT-HAND LANE 4) MAKE A U-TURN AT THE NEXT GAP

Correct Answer Carry on to the next exit. Explanation Dont reverse anywhere , dont make a Uturn. This is highly dangerous as high speed traffic might not be able to take evasive action.

127

YOU ARE GOING ALONG A STREET WITH PARKED VEHICLES ON THE LEFT-HAND SIDE. FOR WHICH OF THESE REASONS SHOULD YOU KEEP YOUR SPEED DOWN?

1) VEHICLES MAY BE PULLING OUT 2) DRIVERS' DOORS MAY OPEN 3) CHILDREN MAY RUN OUT FROM BETWEEN THE VEHICLES. 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above Explanation Care must be taken where there are parked vehicles in a built up area, beware of: 1.Vehicles pulling out, especially motorcycles that are small and difficult to see. 2.Pedestrians ,especially children, who may run out from between cars. 3.Drivers opening vehicle doors

128

WHO HAS PRIORITY AT AN UNMARKED CROSSROADS?

1) THE LARGER VEHICLE 2) NO ONE HAS PRIORITY 3) THE FASTER VEHICLE 4) THE SMALLER VEHICLE 129 YOU ARE LEAVING YOUR VEHICLE PARKED ON A ROAD. WHEN MAY YOU LEAVE THE ENGINE RUNNING?

Correct Answer NO ONE HAS PRIORITY Explanation Practice good observation in all directions before you emerge or make a turn.

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Sl.No Question 1) IF YOUR VEHICLE WILL BE PARKED FOR LESS THAN FIVE MINUTES 2) IF THE BATTERY IS FLAT 3) WHEN IN A 20 KMPH ZONE 4) NOT ON ANY OCCASION

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Correct Answer Not on any occasion. Explanation When you leave your vehicle parked on a road1.Switch off the engine. 2.Make sure that there aren't any valuables visible. 3.Shut all windows. 4.Lock the vehicle. Use an anti theft device if you have one.

130

ON A CLEARWAY YOU MUST NOT STOP

1) AT ANY TIME 2) WHEN IT IS BUSY 3) IN THE RUSH HOUR 4) DURING DAYLIGHTHOURS

Correct Answer At any time. Explanation Clearways are in place so that traffic can flow without the obstruction of parked vehicles. Just one parked vehicle will cause an obstruction for all other traffic. You should not even stop to pick up or drop passangers.

131

YOU ARE APPROACHING A BUSY JUNCTION. THERE ARE SEVERAL LANES WITH ROAD MARKINGS. AT THE LAST MOMENT YOU REALIZE THAT YOU ARE IN THE WRONG LANE. YOU SHOULD 1) CONTINUE IN THAT LANE 2) FORCE YOUR WAY ACROSS 3) STOP UNTIL THE AREA HAS CLEARED 4) USE CLEAR ARM SIGNALS TO CUT ACROSS Correct Answer Continue in that lane. Explanation There are times where road markings can be obscured by queuing traffic , or you might be unsure of your correct lane. Dont cut across lanes or bully other drivers to let you in. Follow the lane you are in & find somewhere safe to turn around if you need to.

132

SIGNALS ARE NORMALLY GIVEN BY DIRECTION INDICATORS AND

1) BRAKE LIGHTS 2) SIDE LIGHTS 3) FOG LIGHTS

Correct Answer Brake lights. Explanation

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Sl.No 4) INTERIOR LIGHTS Question

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Your brake light will give an indication to traffic behind that you are slowing down . Good anticipation will allow you time to check your mirrors before slowing. If you are intending to change direction you should use your direction indicators before you brake.

133

YOU ARE TRAVELLING ON A WELL LIT ROAD AT NIGHT IN A BUILT UP AREA. BY USING DIPPED HEADLIGHTS YOU WILL BE ABLE TO

1) SEE FURTHER ALONG THE ROAD 2) GO AT A MUCH FASTER SPEED 3) SWITCH TO MAIN BEAM QUICKLY 4) BE SEEN EASILY BY OTHERS

Correct Answer Be easily seen by others. Explanation Travelling on a well lit road you may still be difficult to see. Dipped headlights will make you more conspicuous than if you use only sidelights.

134

WHEN GOING STRAIGHT AHEAD AT A ROUNDABOUT YOU SHOULD

1) INDICATE LEFT BEFORE LEAVING THE ROUNDABOUT 2) NOT INDICATE AT ANY TIME 3) INDICATE RIGHT WHEN APPROACHING THE ROUNDABOUT 4) INDICATE LEFT WHEN APPROACHING THE ROUNDABOUT

Correct Answer Indicate left before leaving the roundabout. Explanation When you are at a round about, indicate left just after you pass the exit before the one you wish to take. Dont - signal right/left on approach.

135

WHICH VEHICLE MIGHT HAVE TO USE A DIFFERENT COURSE THAN NORMAL AT ROUNDABOUTS?

1) SPORTS CAR 2) VAN 3) ESTATE CAR 4) LONG VEHICLE

Correct Answer Long vehicle Explanation A long vehicle may have to straddle lanes either on or approaching a roundabout so that the rear wheels dont cut in over the kerb. Stay well back & give it room.

136

YOU ARE WAITING AT A T-JUNCTION. A VEHICLE IS COMING FROM THE RIGHT WITH THE LEFT SIGNAL FLASHING. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

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Sl.No Question 1) MOVE OUT AND ACCELERATE HARD 2) WAIT UNTIL THE VEHICLE STARTS TO TURN IN 3) PULL OUT BEFORE THE VEHICLE REACHES THE JUNCTION 4) MOVE OUT SLOWLY

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Correct Answer Wait until the vehicle starts to turn in Explanation Other road users may give misleading signals. When youre waiting at a junction dont emerge until youre sure of their intentions. Pulling out safely calls for accurate judgement.

137

WHAT IS THE LEGAL MINIMUM INSURANCE COVER YOU MUST HAVE TO DRIVE ON PUBLIC ROADS?

1) THIRD PARTY, FIRE AND THEFT 2) FULLY COMPREHENSIVE 3) THIRD PARTY ONLY 4) PERSONAL INJURY COVER

Correct Answer Third party only. Explanation The minimum insurance requirement by law is third party cover as per section 146 of motor vehicle act 1988. This covers others involved in an accident but does not cover damage to your vehicle. Basic third party insurance wont cover theft or fire damage. Check with your insurance company for advice on the best cover for you. Make sure that you read the policy carefully.

138

YOU HAVE JUST BOUGHT A SECOND HAND VEHICLE. WHEN SHOULD YOU TELL THE LICENSING AUTHORITY OF CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP?

1) WITHIN 14 DAYS 2) WITHIN 28 DAYS 3) WITHIN ONE MONTH 4) ONLY WHEN YOU INSURE IT

Correct Answer Within 14 days Explanation Where the ownership of a motor vehicle changes, the transferor shall report the fact of transfer under the no objection certificate obtained under section 48 to the registering authorities concerned in whose jurisdiction the transferor and the transferee resides or has the place of business.

139

WHEN ARE YOU ALLOWED TO USE HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS?

1) WHEN STOPPED AND TEMPORARILY OBSTRUCTING Correct Answer TRAFFIC

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Sl.No Question 2) WHEN TRAVELLING DURING DARKNESS WITHOUT HEADLIGHTS 3) WHEN PARKED FOR SHOPPING ON DOUBLE YELLOW LINES 4) WHEN TRAVELLING SLOWLY BECAUSE YOU ARE LOST

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

When stopped and temporarily obstructing traffic. Explanation Where theres queuing traffic ahead and you have to slow down and maybe stop. Showing your hazard warning lights will alert the traffic behind to the situation. Dont forget to switch them off as the queue forms behind you. You can also use hazard warning lights:1. In cases of brake failure, accelerator pedal stuck, steering wheel free etc. 2. In cases of breakdown, as a warning to other road users.

140

WHICH OF THESE ITEMS SHOULD YOU CARRY IN YOUR VEHICLE FOR USE IN THE EVENT OF AN ACCIDENT?

1) MOBILE PHONE 2) FIRST AID KIT 3) WARNING TRIANGLE 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE 141 YOU ARE THE FIRST TO ARRIVE AT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT. WHICH OF THESE SHOULD YOU DO?

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation The equipment could be helpful and may prevent or lessen injury.

1) SWITCH OFF THE VEHICLE ENGINE 2) MOVE UNINJURED PEOPLE AWAY FROM THE VEHICLE(S) 3) CALL THE EMERGENCY SERVICES 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above. Explanation If you are involved in, or arrive at, the scene of an accident there are certain actions you should take. Its important to know what to do and also what not to do. You could save someones life, or endanger it.

142

AN ACCIDENT HAS JUST HAPPENED. AN INJURED PERSON IS LYING ON THE BUSY ROAD. WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU SHOULD DO?

1) TREAT THE PERSON FOR SHOCK 2) WARN OTHER TRAFFIC 3) PLACE HIM IN THE RECOVERY POSITION

Correct Answer Warn other traffic. Explanation

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Sl.No Question 4) MAKE SURE THAT THE INJURED PERSON IS KEPT WARM

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

You could do this by 1.Displaying an advance warning signal. 2.Switching on hazard warning lights or other lights. 3.Any other means that does not put you at risk.

143

YOU ARRIVE AT THE SCENE OF A MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT. THE RIDER IS INJURED. WHEN SHOULD THE HELMET BE REMOVED?

1) ONLY WHEN IT IS ESSENTIAL 2) ALWAYS, STRAIGHT AWAY 3) ONLY WHEN THE MOTORCYCLIST ASKS 4) ALWAYS, UNLESS THEY ARE IN SHOCK

Correct Answer Only when it is essential. Explanation If a motorcyclist has been injured in an accident, its important not to remove his helmet unless it is necessary to keep him alive.

144

YOU ARRIVE AT A SERIOUS MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT. THE MOTORCYCLIST IS UNCONSCIOUS AND BLEEDING. YOUR MAIN PRIORITIES SHOULD BE TO

1) TRY TO STOP THE BLEEDING 2) CHECK THE CASUALITY'S BREATHING 3) TO CHECK IF THERE IS A FRACTURE 4) NONE OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer Check the causalitys breathing. Explanation At the scene of an accident you must first make sure there is no danger from further collision or fire before dealing with any casualties. The first priority when dealing with an unconscious person is to make sure that they can breathe. This may involve clearing their air way if they are having difficulty or if some obstruction is obvious.

145

YOU HAVE STOPPED AT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT TO GIVE HELP. WHICH OF THESE THINGS SHOULD YOU DO?

1) KEEP INJURED PEOPLE WARM AND COMFORTABLE

Correct Answer

2) KEEP INJURED PEOPLE CALM BY TALKING TO THEM All of the above. REASSURINGLY 3) MAKE SURE THAT INJURED PEOPLE ARE NOT LEFT ALONE 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE Explanation If you stop at the scene of an accident to give help and there are casualties. Dont 1.Give the injured anything to drink. 2.Move injured people, unless further danger is threatened.

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Sl.No 146 Question YOU ARE AT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT. SOMEONE IS SUFFERING FROM SHOCK. YOU SHOULD

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

1) REASSURE THEM CONSTANTLY 2) KEEP THEM WARM 3) LOOSEN ANY TIGHT CLOTHING 4) ALL OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer All of the above Explanation The effect of trauma may not be immediately obvious. Prompt treatment can help to minimize the effects of shock. 1.Check their breathing & pulse. 2.Lay the casualty down. 3.Loosen tight clothing. 4.Call an ambulance.

147

YOU ARRIVE AT AN ACCIDENT WHERE SOMEONE IS SUFFERING FROM SEVERE BURNS. YOU SHOULD

1) APPLY LOTIONS TO THE INJURY 2) BURST ANY BLISTERS 3) REMOVE ANYTHING STICKING TO THE BURNS 4) DOUSE THE BURNS THOROUGLY WITH WATER

Correct Answer Douse the burns thoroughly with water. Explanation Try to find fluid that is clean, cold and nontoxic. Its coolness will stop the burn and relieve the pain. Keep the wound doused for at least ten minutes. If blisters appear dont attempt to burst them as this could lead to infection.

148

YOU ARRIVE AT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT. A PASSENGER IS BLEEDING BADLY FROM AN ARM WOUND. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

1) APPLY PRESSURE OVER THE WOUND AND KEEP THE ARM DOWN 2) DAB THE WOUND 3) GET THEM A DRINK 4) APPLY PRESSURE OVER THE WOUND AND RAISE THE ARM 149 AT AN ACCIDENT SITE YOU SUSPECT A CASUALTY HAS BACK INJURIES. THE AREA IS SAFE. YOU SHOULD

Correct Answer Apply pressure over the wound and raise the arm Explanation If possible, lay the casualty down. Raising the arm above the level of the heart will stem the flow of blood.

1) OFFER HIM A DRINK 2) NOT MOVE HIM

Correct Answer Not move him.

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Sl.No 3) RAISE HIS LEGS 4) OFFER HIM A CIGARETTE Question

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Explanation Talk to the casualty and keep them calm. you attempt to move them it could cause further injury. Call an ambulance at the first opportunity. If

150

WHEN TWO VEHICLES APPROACH AN UNCONTROLLED INTERSECTION AT THE SAME TIME, THE RIGHT OF WAY MUST BE GIVEN TO

1) THE ONE MOVING FASTER 2) NEITHER 3) THE ONE APPROACHING FROM THE RIGHT 4) THE ONE APPROACHING FROM THE LEFT

Correct Answer The one approaching from the right Explanation As it is the rule of the road, we should always give way to traffic approaching from right.

151

UNDER WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES CAN YOU OVERTAKE FROM THE LEFT?

1) WHEN THE DRIVER IN FRONT OF YOU HAS SIGNALLED YOU TO OVERTAKE 2) WHEN A VEHICLE DRIVER IN FRONT OF YOU HAS GIVEN A SIGNAL FOR TURNING TO THE RIGHT AND HAS ACTUALLY DRAWN TO THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD 3) WHEN A DRIVER IN FRONT OF YOU HAS GIVEN A SIGNAL FOR TURNING TO THE RIGHT 4) NONE OF THE ABOVE

Correct Answer When a vehicle driver in front of you has given a signal for turning to the right and has actually drawn to the middle of the road. Explanation Always overtake from right & avoid overtaking from left, because it is always risky to do so.

152

WHAT IS THE AVERAGE REACTION TIME OF A DRIVER WHILE APPLYING THE BRAKES WHEN OBSERVING A FORTHCOMING HAZARD?

1) OF A SECOND 2) OF A SECOND 3) OF A SECOND 4) ONE SECOND

Correct Answer One second. Explanation The normal time you take to react varies between 0.6 to 1 second. The average reaction time is lower when you are more alert and higher when you are not.

153

HOW MUCH APPROXIMATE DISTANCE WILL YOUR VEHICLE COVER IN A SECOND IF YOU ARE DRIVING AT A SPEED OF 50 KILOMETRES PER HOUR AT NORMAL ROAD CONDITIONS?

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Sl.No 1) 10 METRES 2) 14 METRES 3) 20 METRES 4) 4 METRES Question

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

Correct Answer 14 Metres. Explanation If you are travelling at 50 km per hour you are covering 50,000 metres per 3600 second. Therefore if you divide 50,000 metres by 3600 seconds that comes to about 14 metres.

154

WHILE DRIVING ON A HILL, WHO SHOULD BE GIVEN RIGHT OF WAY?

1) VEHICLES TRAVELLING DOWNHILL 2) VEHICLES TRAVELLING UPHILL 3) NO PRECEDENCE TO ANYONE 4) DEPENDS ON THE CONDITIONS OF THE ROAD

Correct Answer Vehicles travelling uphill. Explanation The vehicle travelling uphill is at a disadvantageous position as compared to the vehicle coming downhill, because it is difficult for the vehicle travelling uphill to stop and move again. Therefore the vehicle coming downhill should give the right of way to the vehicle ascending the hill.

155

WHEN DESCENDING A STEEP HILL, YOU SHOULD

1) KEEP THE VEHICLE IN LOW GEAR 2) TURN OFF THE IGNITION AND KEEP GEAR IN NEUTRAL TO SAVE FUEL AND AVOID POLLUTION 3) KEEP YOUR HEADLIGHTS ON 4) KEEP THE HANDBRAKE PULLED UP

Correct Answer Keep the vehicle in low gear. Explanation The speed of the vehicle coming downhill increases due to the slope therefore if the vehicle is in lower gear, the slope will not affect the speed of the vehicle and it will remain under control.

156

WHILE DRIVING WHEN YOU WANT TO CHANGE LANES YOU SHOULD-

1) INCREASE SPEED AND GIVE A PROPER SIGNAL 2) BLOW HORN AND LOOK TO THE REAR

Correct Answer Make sure that the move can be made safely after checking traffic from behind and after giving the proper signal.

3) MAKE SURE THAT THE MOVE CAN BE MADE SAFELY Explanation AFTER CHECKING TRAFFIC FROM BEHIND AND AFTER GIVING THE PROPER SIGNAL

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Sl.No Question

Topic: Safe Driving Practices

4) NEVER CHANGE LANES AS IT IS AGAINST THE LAW If you need to move into another lane, check through your rear view mirror and look over your shoulder for the traffic following you. If it is safe, give the proper signal and then change lanes. After you have changed your lane or overtaken, make sure that the indicator given to change lane is switched off. 157 STOPPING DISTANCE MEANS

1) BRAKING DISTANCE 2) REACTION DISTANCE 3) REACTION DISTANCE+BRAKING DISTANCE 4) SPEED LIMIT DISTANCE

Correct Answer Reaction distance + braking distance. Explanation Before a vehicle actually stops, it covers a reaction distance and a braking distance. The reaction distance is from the time when the driver first senses danger and applies brakes to the time when the braking action begins to take place. The braking distance is covered between the time when the braking action begins to take place and the time when the vehicle actually comes to a halt.

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