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Test your Driving Skills – Jan10

1 A single unbroken yellow line at the edge of a carriageway means a driver may not park?
(A) At any time
(B) At times shown on a nearby plate (C) During working hours
(D) When th..e traffic wardens about

2 The brakes on a car are at the most efficient when the wheels are?
(A) Locked
(B) Almost locked
(C) Intermittently locked

3 What does this sign mean?
BLUE Circle, with Red boarder and Red x joining boarder

(A) Clearway; no stopping on carriageway, not even to set down passengers
(B) Clearway; you are allowed to stop for up to 5 minutes
(C) No entry
(D) Sign not in use

4 Where coloured reflective studs are used in conjunction with white lines on a road, green studs will be found?
(A) Across lay-bys or side roads
(B) Marking the left hand side of the carriageway
(C) Marking
the central reservation of a dual carriageway
(D) Middle of the road

5 On a single carriageway, a driver is not allowed to use hazard warning lights when?
(A) The vehicle is moving
(B) The vehicle is moving except in an emergency

6 Which of the following should you do before stopping?
(A) Sound the horn
(B) Flash your headlights
(C) Select a lower gear
(D) Use the mirrors

7 A full car licence is normally valid until your?
(A) 60th birthday
(B) 65th birthday
(C) 70th birthday
(D) 75th birthday

8 The traffic lights show red and amber. What does this mean?
(A) Stop: do not pass line until green light shows
(B) Go: if the way is clear

9 If the power fails on the power assisted steering system this will result in?
(A) An increase in tyre wear
(B) Less effort to turn the steering wheel
(C) More effort to turn the steering wheel
(D) Locking the steering mechanism

10 When you are not sure that it is safe to reverse your vehicle you should?
(A) Rev your engine
(B) Get out and check
(C) Reverse slowly
(D) Use your horn

Here are the answers to this months quiz, how did you do?

1 B; 2B; 3A; 4A; SA; 6D; 7C; 8 A; 9 C; 10 B

2 The brakes on a car are at the most efficient when the wheels are?
(A) Locked
(B) Almost locked
(C) Intermittently locked

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