THEORY TEST QUESTIONS SECTION 2

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THEORY TEST QUESTIONS SECTION 2 LICENCE CATEGORIES AM, A1, A2, A

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7125 BIKEH1.1

When turning your motorcycle in the road you must

Use only the mirrors Use an available driveway Overhang the kerb Check all around

In which of these following situations should you avoid overtaking?

On a 30 kph road In a one-way street Just after a bend Approaching a dip in the road

You should not use a mobile phone whilst riding

Because the reception is poor when the engine is running Because it might distract your attention from the road ahead Because you may be fined for doing so Because you can loose your phone while riding

Your motorcycle is fitted with a hands-free phone system, This could.

Be very good for road safety Help you in planning the route ahead Distract your attention from the road Be quite safe as long as you slow down

Using a hands-free phone is likely to

Divert your attention Reduce your view Increase your concentration Improve your safety

Riding the motorcycle when you are feeling cold, could cause you to

Be more alert Be more relaxed React more quickly Lose concentration

The white arrow in the diagram means that you should not plan to

Turn left Turn right Overtake Slow down

The road marking in the diagram warns

Drivers that it is safe to overtake Overtaking drivers there is a bend to the left Overtaking drivers to move back to the left Drivers to use the hard shoulder

You are driving along a narrow country road. When passing the cyclist you should ride

Quickly sounding the horn as you pass Slowly leaving plenty of room Quickly leaving plenty of room Slowly sounding the horn as you pass

ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7126 BIKEH1.10 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7127 BIKEH1.12 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7128 BIKEH1.13 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7129 BIKEH1.14 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7130 BIKEH1.15 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7131 BIKEH1.16 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7132 BIKEH1.17 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7133 BIKEH1.18 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

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To answer your mobile phone when riding you should

Slow down and allow others to overtake Keep the call time to a minimum Stop in a safe and convenient place Reduce your speed

Before making a U - turn in the road you should always

Select a higher gear than normal Signal so that other drivers can slow down Use your horn Look over your shoulder for final confirmation

You need to use your mobile phone while riding, you can do so only

Once you have stopped in a safe place Once you are riding into secondary roads Once you are riding into a motorway If you feel that your balance will not be effected by the use of the phone

You should always check your (life saver) blind spots before

Slowing down Applying the brakes Changing gears Moving off

Why should you be parked before using a mobile phone?

Because the motorcycle electrics will be affected So a proper conversation can be held So the control of your motorcycle will not be affected Because reception is better when parked

You are riding in the dark and you are dazzled by the headlights of an oncoming car. You should

Pull down the visor of your helmet Flash your headlights Close your eyes Slow down or stop

You are riding at dusk. Your motorcycle lights should be switched on

When street lights are not lit Only when others have done so So others can see you Even when the street lights are lit

To overtake safely which one of the following applies?

Steer around the vehicle sharply Get in close behind before you move out Cut back in sharply when you pass the vehicle Check the speed and position of the vehicle which is being overtaken

ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7135 BIKEH1.2 ALERTNESS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7136 BIKEH1.20 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7137 BIKEH1.21 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7138 BIKEH1.23 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7139 BIKEH1.24 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7140 BIKEH1.25 ALERTNESS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7141 BIKEH1.26 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7142 BIKEH1.3

As a driver what do you understand by the term 'Blind Spot'?

An area covered by your left hand mirror An area not covered by your headlights An area covered by your right hand mirror An area not seen in your mirrors

You are about to turn right. What should you do just before you turn?

Signal correctly Check your shoulder observations (Life saver) Choose a proper gear Take a correct positioning on the road

What could save your life on a motorcycle?

A certificate that every motorcyclist must have Shoulder observations just before you change directions (Life saver) To have a repair tool kit on your motorcycle An additional mirror to uncover your blind spots

You are approaching a road marking indicating a sharp turn, what should you do?

Keep the same speed Reduce your speed when you are turning Reduce your speed as you approach the bend Keep the same gear

What does the abbreviation MSM mean?

Manoeuvre speed mirror Mirror speed manoeuvre Mirror signal manoeuvre Manoeuvre signal mirror

When following a large vehicle you should stay well back because

So when you flick your headlights they would be visible For fuel efficiency To corner more quickly It helps the large vehicle to stop more easily It allows the driver to see you in the mirror

You may drive over a footpath

To gain lawful access into a property If no pedestrians are near When the pavement is very wide To overtake slow-moving traffic

Which three of the following are most likely to take an unusual course at roundabouts?

Cyclists Long vehicles Horse riders Small cars Delivery vans Bread vans

ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7143 BIKEH1.4 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7144 BIKEH1.5 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7145 BIKEH1.6 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7146 BIKEH1.7 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7148 BIKEH1.9 ALERTNESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7149 BIKEH10.1 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7150 BIKEH10.10 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 3 ANSWERS

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7151 BIKEH10.11

You are leaving your motorcycle parked on a road. When may you leave the engine running?

Never When in a 20 km/h zone If the battery is flat If you will be parked for less than five minutes

In which FOUR places must you NOT park or wait?

On the brow of a hill On a zebra crossing Opposite a traffic island At a bus stop On the slope of a hill On a dual carriageway 5 meters (16 feet) 15 meters (49 feet) 12 meters (39 feet) 10 meters (32 feet)

RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7152 BIKEH10.12 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 4 ANSWERS

7153 BIKEH10.13

What is the nearest you may park your vehicle to a junction?

RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7154 BIKEH10.14

Can you park on the zigzag lines of a zebra crossing?

No not under any circumstances Yes if you don't block people from crossing Yes in order to drop off a passenger Yes unless you stay in your car

In which TWO places must you NOT park?

On a bus stop In a one-way street In a side road Near a school entrance Near a police station

What is the meaning of this sign?

No entry Waiting restrictions National speed limit School crossing patrol

You are looking for somewhere to park your vehicle. The area is full EXCEPT for spaces marked 'disabled use'. You can

Use these spaces disabled or not Park if you stay with your vehicle Use these spaces when elsewhere is full Not park there unless permitted

You are driving at night with fullbeam headlights on. A vehicle is overtaking you. You should dip your lights

As soon as the vehicle passes you Only if the other driver dips his headlights Before the vehicles starts to pass you Some time after the vehicles has passed you

RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7155 BIKEH10.15 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 2 ANSWERS

7156 BIKEH10.16 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7157 BIKEH10.17 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7158 BIKEH10.18 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

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What is the meaning of this sign?

No entry National speed limit applies No waiting on the carriageway A 60 km/h speed limit applies

You are entering an area of roadworks. There is a temporary speed limit displayed.

Do not exceed the speed limit Obey the speed limit except for the night Obey the speed limit only during working hours Obey the speed limit only during the rush hour

You are approaching a busy junction. There are several lanes with road markings. At the last moment you realise that you are in the wrong lane. You should

Use clear arm signals to cut across Stop until the area has cleared Force your way across Continue in that lane

On a one-way street with two lanes, from which side can you pass a vehicle?

Either on the right-hand lane or the left-hand lane Only on the right-hand lane Passing in a one-way street is not allowed Only on the left-hand lane

You are riding on a single lane road in the country, with passing places only on the right. The driver behind you wishes to overtake. You should

Wait opposite a passing place on your right Drive into a passing place on your right Switch on your hazard warning lights Speed up to get away from the following driver

You are on a road that is only wide enough for one car. There is a car coming towards you. Which TWO of these would be correct?

Wait opposite a passing place on your right Pull into a passing place on your left Wait opposite a passing place on your left Pull into a passing place if your vehicle is wider Force the other driver to reverse Pull into a passing place on your right Brake lights Interior lights Fog lights Side lights

RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7161 BIKEH10.20 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7162 BIKEH10.21 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7163 BIKEH10.22 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7164 BIKEH10.23 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7165 BIKEH10.24 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 2 ANSWERS

7166 BIKEH10.25

Signals are normally given by direction indicators and

RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7167 BIKEH10.26

When going straight ahead at a roundabout you should

RULES OF THE ROAD

Indicate left before leaving the roundabout Indicate left when approaching the roundabout Indicate right when approaching the roundabout Not indicate at any time

MARK 1 ANSWER

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Which vehicle might have to use a different course than normal at roundabouts?

Long vehicle Estate car Van Sports car

You are going straight ahead towards the second exit at a roundabout. How should you signal?

Signal left just after you pass the exit before the one you will take Signal left on the approach to the roundabout and keep the signal on until you leave Signal left after you leave the roundabouts Signal right on the approach and then left to leave the roundabout

At a crossroads there are no signs or road markings. Two vehicles approach. Which has priority?

Neither vehicle Vehicles approaching from the right The vehicle on the widest road The fastest vehicle

What are the national speed limits for motorcycles?

100kph 80kph 60kph 50kph

Who has priority at an unmarked crossroads?

The driver on the wider road No one The driver who is going faster The driver of the larger vehicle

You are intending to turn right at a junction. An oncoming driver is also turning right. What should you do?

Keep the other vehicle to your RIGHT and turn behind it (offside to offside) Hold back wait for the other driver to turn first Carry on and turn at the next junction instead Keep the other vehicle to your LEFT and turn in front of it (nearside to nearside)

The dual carriageway you are turning right onto has a central reservation. You should

Wait until the road is clear in both directions Emerge slightly to show your intentions Stop in the first lane so that other vehicles give way Proceed to central reservation and wait

While driving you intend to turn left into a minor road. On the approach you should

Keep well to the left of the road Swing out wide just before turning Keep in the middle of the road Keep just left to the middle of the road

RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7169 BIKEH10.28 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7170 BIKEH10.29 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7171 BIKEH10.3 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 2 ANSWERS

7172 BIKEH10.30 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7173 BIKEH10.31 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7174 BIKEH10.32 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7175 BIKEH10.33 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

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7176 BIKEH10.34

You may only enter a box junction when

You need to turn left Your exit road is clear The traffic lights show green There are less than two vehicles in front of you

Pedestrians are waiting on the pavement to cross at a zebra crossing, You should

Stop, let them cross and wait patiently Ignore them as they are still on the pavement Stop before you reach the zigzag lines and let them cross Go on quickly before they step onto the crossing

You are on a busy main road and you find that you are travelling in the wrong direction. What should you do?

Turn round in a side road Make a three point turn Make a U-turn Turn into a side road on the right and reverse to the main road

You are parked in a busy street. What is the safest way to turn your motorcycle around.

Find a quiet side road to turn round in Do a U-turn Get someone to stop the traffic Drive into a side road and reverse into the main road

What lights should you use, and why should you must put them on when going through a tunnel?

Dipped-beam to help you see and also be clearly seen by others. No lights are necessary as tunnels have their own lighting. Hazard warning lights so nobody drives too near. Dipped-beam and front and/or rear Fog lights to see and be seen clearly. Main-beam to see clearly where you are going.

When can you overtake in a tunnel?

Never as overtaking under tunnels is prohibited. In case of heavy rain fall Only if a broken down vehicle is obstructing the lane you are driving on If the vehicle in front of you is not going fast enough.

What is the national speed limit in built up areas?

50kph 40kph 30kph 45kph

What is the meaning of a white sign, showing a bold black number 30, in a red circle?

Do not exceed 30 kph after passing it The minimum speed limit ahead is 30 kph You are leaving a 30 kph speed limit area You can drive at an average speed of 30 kph

RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7177 BIKEH10.35 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7178 BIKEH10.36 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7179 BIKEH10.39 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7182 BIKEH10.43 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7183 BIKEH10.44 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7184 BIKEH10.45 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7185 BIKEH10.5 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

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7186 BIKEH10.6

What does a speed limit sign like this mean?

You must not exceed the speed shown The speed shown must be followed only in case of bad weather conditions The speed shown is the advised maximum speed you can use in case of an accident It is safe to drive at the speed shown only during the day

You are driving along a street with parked vehicles on the left-hand side. For which THREE reasons should you keep your speed down?

You may set off car alarms So that oncoming traffic can see you more clearly Children may run out from between the vehicles Drivers' doors may open Vehicles may be pulling out Vehicles may be approaching Drive on; it is your right of way Give way to oncoming traffic Wave oncoming vehicles to pass through Accelerate to pass first

RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7187 BIKEH10.7 RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 3 ANSWERS

7188 BIKEH10.8

You meet an obstruction on your side of the road. You should

RULES OF THE ROAD MARK 1 ANSWER

7189 BIKEH10.9 RULES OF THE ROAD

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

Not overtake if you are in doubt Speed through, but flash your lights to the oncoming traffic Sound your horn while overtaking Make an arm signal while overtaking

Which sign has an octagon shape ?

Stop sign No entry Give way Speed limit zone

What does this sign mean?

Two-way traffic No motor vehicles You have priority No overtaking

What does this sign mean?

Form two lanes Do not overtake Give way to oncoming traffic Keep in one lane

What does this sign mean?

Waiting restrictions apply Clearway (no stopping) National speed limit applies Waiting permitted

MARK 1 ANSWER

7192 BIKEH11.11 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7193 BIKEH11.12 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7194 BIKEH11.13 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7195 BIKEH11.14 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7196 BIKEH11.15

Which sign means 'no stopping'?

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7197 BIKEH11.16

What does this sign mean?

No stopping No entry Crossroads Roundabout

You see this sign ahead. It means

No stopping No entry Waiting restrictions apply National speed limit applies

What does this traffic sign mean?

Give priority to oncoming traffic One-way traffic only Two way traffic No overtaking allowed

What is the meaning of this traffic sign?

Bus lane ahead Give priority to vehicles coming towards you You have priority over vehicles coming towards you End of two-way road

Traffic signs giving orders are generally which shape?

Round Octagonal Square Triangle

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7198 BIKEH11.17 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7199 BIKEH11.18 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7200 BIKEH11.19 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7201 BIKEH11.2 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7202 BIKEH11.20

Which sign warns you that a Zebra crossing is on the approach?

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7203 BIKEH11.21

What MUST you do when you see this sign?

Stop ONLY if a red light is showing Stop ONLY if children are waiting to cross Stop ONLY if traffic is approaching Stop even if the road is clear

What does this sign mean?

No overtaking Two-way traffic ahead One-way street Overtaking is permissible

What is the shape of a GIVE-WAY sign at a junction?

SQUARE TRIANGULAR DIAMOND ROUND

What colour is the background of an indication sign?

RED BLUE BROWN WHITE

At a roundabout you should

Give way to traffic from the right Stop even when clear Give way to traffic from the other way Give way to traffic from the left

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7204 BIKEH11.22 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7205 BIKEH11.23 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7206 BIKEH11.24 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7207 BIKEH11.25 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7208 BIKEH11.26

What does this sign mean?

Pass either side Turn off at the next available junction Approaching traffic passes you on both sides Give way to oncoming vehicles

What does a circular traffic sign with a blue background do?

Give motorway information Give directions to a car park Give warning of a motorway ahead Give an instruction

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7209 BIKEH11.27 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7210 BIKEH11.28

Which of these signs means that you are entering a one-way street?

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7213 BIKEH11.30

What are triangular signs for?

To give warnings To give directions To give order To give information

What does this sign means?

T-junction Give way No through road Turn left ahead

What does this sign mean?

Crossroads Ahead only Level crossing without gate Level crossing with a gate

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7214 BIKEH11.31 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7215 BIKEH11.32 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7216 BIKEH11.33

What does this sign mean?

Ring road No stopping No vehicles Roundabout

Which FOUR of these would be indicated by a triangular road sign?

Give-way Children crossing Roundabout Road narrows Minimum speed Ahead only

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7217 BIKEH11.34 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 4 ANSWERS

7219 BIKEH11.36

Which of these signs warn you of a pedestrian crossing?

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7220 BIKEH11.37

What does this sign mean?

No footpath ahead Pedestrians only ahead Pedestrian crossing ahead School crossing ahead

What does this sign mean?

Maximum speed limit with traffic calming Only 20 cars allowed at any one time 20 cars only Minimum speed limit with traffic calming

What does this sign mean?

Humpback bridge Hump in the road Entrance to tunnel Soft verges

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7223 BIKEH11.4 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7224 BIKEH11.40 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

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What does this sign mean?

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS

Tunnel ahead Accident black spot ahead Ancient monument ahead Low bridge ahead

MARK 1 ANSWER

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Which of these signs means that the road will narrow on both sides?

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7227 BIKEH11.43

What does this sign mean?

End of dual carriageway End of a bridge No through road (Dead end) T-junction

What does this sign mean?

Two-way traffic ahead Motorway contra flow system ahead Traffic approaching you has priority Two-way traffic ahead across a one-way street

What does this traffic sign mean?

Danger ahead Service area ahead Tyres liable to punctures ahead Slippery road ahead

You are about to overtake an other vehicle, when you see this ROAD MARKING. You should

Keep to the left Switch your headlights on before overtaking Move right to get a better view Overtake the other driver as quickly as possible

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7228 BIKEH11.44 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7229 BIKEH11.45 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7230 BIKEH11.46 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7231 BIKEH11.47

What does this sign mean?

Steep hill downwards Steep hill upwards Uneven road Camber in the road

What does this sign mean?

Quayside Road liable to flooding Slippery road Steep hill downwards

What does this sign mean?

No through road on the left Turn left for bus terminal No entry for traffic turning left Turn left for parking area

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7232 BIKEH11.48 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7233 BIKEH11.49 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7234 BIKEH11.5

Which sign means no vehicles are allowed?

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7235 BIKEH11.50

What does this sign mean?

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS

Toilet ahead Telephone box ahead T-junction No through road

MARK 1 ANSWER

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7236 BIKEH11.51

Which sign means 'no through road'?

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7237 BIKEH11.52

What is the meaning of the following sign ?

No motorcycles Only motorcycles No overtaking Light vehicles only

What does this sign mean?

The right-hand lane ahead is narrow Right-hand lane for buses only Right hand lane for turning right The right-hand lane ahead is closed

You see this traffic light ahead. Which light(s) will come on next?

Red alone Red and amber together Green and amber together Green alone

You are approaching a red traffic light. The signal will change from red to

Red and amber then green Green and amber then green Amber then green Green then amber

A red traffic light means

Proceed with caution Stop if you are able to brake safely You must stop and wait behind the stop line You should stop unless turning left

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7238 BIKEH11.53 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7239 BIKEH11.54 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7240 BIKEH11.55 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7241 BIKEH11.56 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7242 BIKEH11.57

At traffic lights amber on its own means

Go if no pedestrians are crossing Go if the way is clear Prepare to go Stop because the light will change to red

A red traffic light means

You must stop behind the white stop line You must slow down and prepare to stop if traffic has started to cross You may turn left if it is safe to do so You may drive straight on if there is no other traffic

You are approaching traffic lights. Red and amber are showing. This means

The lights are about to change to red There is a fault with the lights - take care Wait for the green light before you pass the lights Pass the lights if the road is clear

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7243 BIKEH11.58 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7244 BIKEH11.59 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7245 BIKEH11.6

Which of these signs means no powered vehicles?

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7246 BIKEH11.60

You are at a junction controlled by traffic lights. When should you NOT proceed at green?

When you intend to turn right When your intended route from the junction is blocked When you think the lights may be about to change When pedestrians are waiting to cross

What do these zigzag lines at pedestrian crossings mean?

No parking at any time Sounding horns is not allowed Slow down to 20kph Parking allowed only for a short time

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7247 BIKEH11.61 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7248 BIKEH11.62

This marking appears on the road just before a

No entry sign Give way sign Stop sign No through road sign

You see this line across the road at the entrance to a roundabout. What does it mean?

Give way to traffic from the right Stop at the line You have right of way Traffic from the left has right of way

The driver of the car in front is giving this signal. What does it mean?

The drivers intends to turn left The driver intends to turn right The driver wishes to overtake The driver is slowing down

The driver of this car is giving an arm signal. What is he about to do?

Slow down Go straight ahead Turn to the left Turn to the right

You are to turn right in busy traffic. How would you confirm your intention safely?

Give an arm signal and use your signals correctly Position over the centre line at an angle Flash your headlamp Sound the horn

You want to turn right at a junction but you think that your indicators cannot be seen clearly. What should you do?

Give an arm signal as well as an indicator signal Keep well over to the right Stay in the left-hand lane Get off and check if your indicators can be seen

When may you sound the horn on your vehicle?

To make slower drivers move over To attract a friend's attention To warn others of your presence To give you right of way

Why should you make sure that you have cancelled your indicators after turning?

To avoid damage to the indicator relay To avoid misleading other road users To avoid dazzling other road users To avoid flattening the battery

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7249 BIKEH11.63 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7250 BIKEH11.64 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7251 BIKEH11.65 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7252 BIKEH11.66 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7255 BIKEH11.69 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

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What does this sign mean?

Minimum speed limit 30kph No vehicles over 30 tonnes NEW speed limit 30 kph End of 30kph zone

You are waiting at a T-junction. A vehicle is coming from the right with the left signal flashing. What should you do?

Move out slowly Pull out before the vehicle reaches the junction Wait until the vehicle starts to turn in Move out and accelerate hard

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7257 BIKEH11.70 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7258 BIKEH11.71

Which of these signs means that the national speed limit applies?

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7259 BIKEH11.72

What is the meaning of these road markings?

Continuous cum broken white lines intended to separate two opposing streams of traffic You may overtake only when you have the broken lines on your side as long as no traffic is coming Hatched traffic stream separator warning lines that may be used for overtaking as long as no traffic is coming Central reservation and can be used for overtaking if no traffic is coming from the opposite direction.

What is the maximum speed limit in a built up area unless indicated otherwise?

60kph 40kph 50kph 30 kph

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7260 BIKEH11.73 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

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What do these road markings mean?

Continuous double white line may be crossed only when overtaking. Continuous double white line which vehicles must not drive over or across Continuous double white line mark the lanes and guides the traffic flow No stopping or parking is permitted where a continuous double white line is present

What does this sign mean?

One way traffic only You have priority over oncoming traffic Drive forward Oncoming traffic has priority over you

What does this sign mean?

No through road No road markings No parking No entry

Before you ride someone's motorcycle you must be sure that

That the motorcycle is insured on third party only Your own motorcycle has an insurance cover The motorcycle is insured for your use The owner has the insurance cover with them

If a driver has been disqualified, what must be done to obtain the driving licence back ?

Re-sit and pass the test of skills and behaviour. Re-apply for a new driving licence after the period of disqualification has passed Pay any outstanding fines, submit a new application, re-sit and pass both the theory and practical tests Wait for any disqualification period to pass, and apply for a duplicate driving licence.

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

The driver. Nobody in particular. Your mechanic. The VRT tester.

For which TWO of these must you show your insurance document ?

When you renew the road tax of your vehicle When a police officer asks you for it When having a VRT inspection When selling a vehicle

Which of the following documents shows the number of passengers that your vehicle can carry?

Log book (Registration document) VRT certificate Insurance Driving licence

ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7262 BIKEH11.8 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7263 BIKEH11.9 ROAD AND TRAFFIC SIGNS MARK 1 ANSWER

7264 BIKEH12.1 DOCUMENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7265 BIKEH12.10 DOCUMENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7266 BIKEH12.11 DOCUMENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7267 BIKEH12.2 DOCUMENTS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7268 BIKEH12.3 DOCUMENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7269 BIKEH12.4

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

Personal injury cover Fully comprehensive Third party fire and theft Third party only

Which TWO of the following do you need before you can drive legally?

A valid road tax disc displayed on your vehicle A valid driving licence A vehicle owners handbook Breakdown cover Proof of your identity

Which THREE of these are found on a vehicle registration document (log-book) ?

Gross vehicle weight Make of the vehicle Registered owner Type of insurance cover Date of last VRT test Service history details 12 points at any time during a 3 year period. 4 points a year over a 3 year period. 18 points over a 2 year period. 10 points during any 1 year period. 15 points over a five 5 year period.

DOCUMENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7270 BIKEH12.7 DOCUMENTS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7271 BIKEH12.8 DOCUMENTS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7272 BIKEH12.9

MARK 1 ANSWER

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

7273 BIKEH13.1

At the scene of an accident you should

Not put yourself at risk Leave vehicle engines switched on Pull everybody out of their vehicles Go to those casualties who are screaming

Which of the following should NOT be done at the scene of an accident

Call the emergency services immediately Offer a cigarette Give an alcoholic drink Ask the drivers to switch off there engines Warn other road users by switching on the hazard lights on

There has been an accident. The driver is suffering from shock. You should

Not leave them alone Reassure them Ask who caused the accident Offer them a cigarette Give them a drink

You are at the scene of an accident. Someone is suffering from shock. You should

Reassure them constantly Loosen any tight clothing Keep them warm Offer them a warm drink Offer them a cigarette

You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle accident. No other vehicle is involved. The rider is unconscious lying in the middle of the road. The first thing you should do is

Give the rider reassurance Warn other traffic Clear the road of debris Move the rider out of the road

DOCUMENTS

ACCIDENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7274 BIKEH13.10 ACCIDENTS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7275 BIKEH13.11 ACCIDENTS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7276 BIKEH13.12 ACCIDENTS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7277 BIKEH13.13 ACCIDENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7278 BIKEH13.14

At an accident a small child is not breathing. When giving a mouth to mouth you should breathe

Rapidly Gently Heavily Sharply

To start mouth to mouth on a casualty you should.

Tilt their head back Pinch the nostrils together Put their arms across their chest Clear the airway Tilt their head forward

You arrive at the scene of an accident, the engine of a vehicle is on fire, the hands and arms of the casualty suffered severe burns. What should you NOT do?

Douse the burn thoroughly with cool liquid Lay the casualty down Remove anything sticking to the burn Reassure them constantly

You arrive at an accident where someone is suffering from severe burns. You should

Remove anything stuck to the burns Burst any blisters Apply lotions to the injury Douse the burns with cold water

You arrive at the scene of an accident. A pedestrian has a severe bleeding wound on their leg although it is not broken. What should you do?

Raise the leg to lessen bleeding Apply firm pressure to the wound Fetch them a warm drink Keep both legs flat on the ground Dab the wound to stop bleeding

You arrive at a scene of an accident. A passenger is bleeding badly from an arm wound. What should you do?

Apply pressure over the wound and keep the arm down Dab the wound Get them a drink Apply pressure over the wound and raise the arm

You are the first to arrive at the scene of an accident. Which FOUR of these should you do?

Warn other traffic Leave as soon as another motorist arrives Call the emergency services Move uninjured people away from the vehicle(s) Switch off the vehicle engine(s)

At an accident a casualty is unconscious but still breathing. You should only move the person if

Bystanders will help you to Bystanders advise you to There is further danger An ambulance is on its way

At an accident you suspect a casualty has back injuries. The area is safe. You should

Offer them a cigarette Not move them Raise their legs Offer them a drink

ACCIDENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7279 BIKEH13.15 ACCIDENTS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7280 BIKEH13.16 ACCIDENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7281 BIKEH13.17 ACCIDENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7282 BIKEH13.18 ACCIDENTS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7283 BIKEH13.19 ACCIDENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7284 BIKEH13.2 ACCIDENTS MARK 4 ANSWERS

7285 BIKEH13.20 ACCIDENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7286 BIKEH13.21 ACCIDENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7287 BIKEH13.25

The police may ask you to produce which two of these documents following an accident?

ACCIDENTS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7288 BIKEH13.28

On the dual carriageway the hard shoulder should be used

ACCIDENTS

Insurance policy Driving licence Vehicle registration document Road tax disc VRT test certificate Theory test certificate To check a road atlas When an emergency arises For a short rest when tired To answer a mobile phone

MARK 1 ANSWER

7289 BIKEH13.3 ACCIDENTS

You are the first person to arrive at an accident where people are badly injured. Which THREE should you do?

Get people to help you direct the traffic flow Make sure that someone telephones for an ambulance Switch on your hazard lights Move the people who are injured so you can clear off the road Get the people who are injured to drink something alcoholic

You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle accident. The rider is injured. When should the helmet be removed?

Only when it is essential Always unless they are in shock Only when the motorcyclist asks Always straight away

You arrive at a serious motorcycle accident. The motorcyclist is unconscious and bleeding. Your main priorities should be to

Take the numbers of the vehicles involved Sweep up any loose debris Call the emergency services Try and stop the bleeding Check if the casualty is breathing

You arrive at an accident. A motorcyclist is unconscious. Your FIRST priority is the casualty's

Breathing Bruising Broken bones Bleeding

At an accident a casualty is unconscious. Which THREE of the following should you check urgently?

Broken bones Airway Shock Circulation Breathing

In first aid what does ABC stand for?

Airway Bleeding Consciousness Breathing Circulation

At an accident someone is unconscious. Your main priorities should be to

Take the names of witnesses Sweep up the broken glass Make sure they are breathing Check the airway is clear

MARK 3 ANSWERS

7290 BIKEH13.4 ACCIDENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7291 BIKEH13.5 ACCIDENTS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7292 BIKEH13.6 ACCIDENTS MARK 1 ANSWER

7293 BIKEH13.7 ACCIDENTS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7294 BIKEH13.8 ACCIDENTS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7295 BIKEH13.9 ACCIDENTS MARK 2 ANSWERS

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7296 BIKEH14.1

Overloading your motorcycle can seriously affect the

Handling Steering Journey time Battery Gearbox

Who is responsible for making sure that a motorcycle is not overloaded?

The owner of the motorcycle The person who loaded the motorcycle The owner of the items being carried The rider of the motorcycle

What problem can incorrectly aligned wheels cause

Faulty headlight adjustment Reduced braking performance Better ground clearance Instability when cornering

A loose drive chain on a motorcycle could cause

The front wheel to wobble The motorcycle to run faster The brakes to fail The rear wheel to lock

Your steering feels wobbly. Which of these is the likely cause

Tyre pressure too high Incorrectly adjusted brakes Worn steering head bearings A broken clutch cable

You are riding in town at night. The roads are wet after the rain. The reflections from wet surfaces will

Makes it hard to see unlit objects Makes it easy to see unlit objects Affect your road holding Affect your stopping distance

You want to ride your motorcycle in the dark, what should you wear to be seen more easily

Black jacket Reflective clothing A white helmet A red helmet

Why should you ride with your dipped headlight on in daylight

It helps other road users to see you It means that you can ride faster So other vehicles will get out of your way So that is already on when it gets in the dark

MOTORCYCLE LOADING MARK 2 ANSWERS

7297 BIKEH14.2 MOTORCYCLE LOADING MARK 1 ANSWER

8772 BIKEH15.1 MECHANICAL ASPECTS MARK 1 ANSWER

8773 BIKEH15.2 MECHANICAL ASPECTS MARK 1 ANSWER

8774 BIKEH15.3 MECHANICAL ASPECTS MARK 1 ANSWER

8775 BIKEH16.1 VISIBILITY MARK 1 ANSWER

8776 BIKEH16.2 VISIBILITY MARK 1 ANSWER

8777 BIKEH16.3 VISIBILITY MARK 1 ANSWER

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8778 BIKEH17.1

Which of the following offer better protection, in case of an accident

Jeans Leather trousers with protective inserts Heavy duty trousers Shorts

Why should protective gloves always be used

Because they offer protection against all weather elements Because hands are vulnerable and highly prone to severe injuries in case of an accident Because it is mandatory by the law Because they can be used to touch hot engine parts

You are riding on a quiet road at slow speeds. Your helmet fogs up. What should you do

Continue at a reduced speed Stop as soon as possible and wipe it Build up speed to increase air flow Slightly open the visor to clear up the fog, in safe place

You should not look down at the front wheel when riding because it can

Make your steering lighter Improve your balance Use less fuel Upset your balance

When riding through a flood, and clear out of the water you should test your

Starter motor Headlight Steering Brakes

In very hot weather the road surface becomes soft. Which of the following will be most affected

The suspension The grip of the tyres The braking The exhaust

Which TWO of the following are correct. When overtaking at night you should

Put the headlights on full beam Be careful because you can see less Beware of bends in the road ahead Sound your horn twice before moving out

Where are you most likely to be affected by a side wind

On a narrow country road On a busy town road On a straight road On an open stretch of road

PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT MARK 1 ANSWER

8779 BIKEH17.2 PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT MARK 2 ANSWERS

8780 BIKEH17.3 PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT MARK 2 ANSWERS

8781 BIKEH18.1 RISK FACTORS MARK 1 ANSWER

8782 BIKEH18.2 RISK FACTORS MARK 1 ANSWER

8783 BIKEH18.3 RISK FACTORS MARK 2 ANSWERS

8784 BIKEH19.1 SAFETY FACTORS MARK 2 ANSWERS

8785 BIKEH19.2 SAFETY FACTORS MARK 1 ANSWER

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8786 BIKEH19.3 SAFETY FACTORS

The road surface is very important to motorcyclist. Which TWO of the following are more likely to reduce stability

Drain covers Tarmac Potholes Road markings

A pelican crossing that crosses the road in a STRAIGHT line and has a central traffic island MUST be treated as

Two crossings during darkness Two separate crossings One crossing in daylight only One complete crossing

A two - second gap between yourself and the car in front is usually sufficient when conditions are

Foggy Damp Good Wet

When you are riding in heavy traffic a two-second gap may be enough only when conditions are

Foggy Damp Wet Dry

What is the meaning of Tailgating?

Using the rear door of a hatchback car Reversing into a parking space Following another vehicle too closely Driving with rear fog lights on

Following this vehicle too closely is unwise because

Your engine will overheat Your view ahead is increased Your brakes will overheat The driver cannot see you in his mirrors Your view ahead is reduced

You are following this truck. You should keep well back from it to

Hurry through the traffic lights if they change Prevent traffic behind you from overtaking Stop following traffic from rushing through the junction Give you a good view of the road ahead

You are driving behind a large vehicle. It signals left but steers to the right. You should

Hold your speed and sound your horn Overtake on the right of it Drive on keeping to the left Slow down and let the vehicle turn

You are following a vehicle on a wet and slippery road. You should leave a time gap of at least

Three seconds Two seconds One second Four seconds

MARK 2 ANSWERS

7298 BIKEH2.1 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7299 BIKEH2.10 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7300 BIKEH2.11 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7301 BIKEH2.12 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7302 BIKEH2.14 ATTITUDE MARK 2 ANSWERS

7303 BIKEH2.15 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7304 BIKEH2.16 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7305 BIKEH2.17 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

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7306 BIKEH2.18

You are driving along this road. The red van cuts in close in front of you. What should you do?

Flash your headlights Drop back to leave the correct separation distance Use your horn Accelerate to get closer to the red van

You are in a line of traffic. The driver behind you is following very closely. What action should you take?

Move over to a position just left of the centre line of the road Slow down gradually increasing the gap between you and the vehicle in front Signal left and wave the following driver past Ignore the following driver and continue to drive within the speed limit

When at a pelican crossing the amber light means you MUST

Keep on going Give way to pedestrians waiting to cross Stop because the light will turn red Keep on driving since no pedestrians are there to cross

You are driving at the legal speed limit. A vehicle comes up quickly behind flashing its headlights

Maintain your speed to prevent the vehicle from overtaking Touch the brakes to show your brake lights Accelerate to make a gap behind you Allow the vehicle to overtake

You are driving at the legal speed limit. A vehicle behind tries to overtake. Should you try to prevent the driver from overtaking?

Yes, because the other driver is breaking the law No, at any time Yes, because the other driver is acting dangerously Yes, as long as it is safe to do so

You are driving within the road speed limit. The driver behind is going to overtake you. You should

Accelerate to get away from the driver behind you Allow the driver behind to overtake Wave the driver behind you to overtake when it is safe Move closer to the car ahead of you, so the driver behind has no room to overtake

A long heavy lorry is taking a long time to overtake. What should you do?

Speed up Slow down Hold your speed Change direction

You are approaching a pelican crossing. The amber light is showing. You MUST

Encourage pedestrians to cross Stop because the light will turn red even if the crossing is clear Give way to pedestrians who are crossing Stop even when no body is crossing

ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7307 BIKEH2.19 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7308 BIKEH2.2 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7309 BIKEH2.20 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7312 BIKEH2.23 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7313 BIKEH2.24 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7315 BIKEH2.26 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7316 BIKEH2.3 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

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7317 BIKEH2.30

Which of the following cars will use blue flashing beacons?

Doctor on call Police patrol Ambulance Breakdown recovery Motorway maintenance

When being followed by an ambulance showing a flashing blue light you should

Pull over as soon as safely possible to let it pass Brake harshly and immediately stop in the road Maintain your speed and course Accelerate fast to get away from it

A bus has stopped at a bus stop ahead of you. Its right-hand indicator is flashing. You should

Slow down and then sound your horn Slow down and give way if it is safe to do so Sound your horn and keep going Flash your headlights and slow down

You should ONLY flash your headlights to other roads users

To tell the that you have right of way To show that you are about to reverse To show that you are giving way To let them know that you are there

Why should you use your horn?

To alert others to your presence To signal your annoyance To greet other road users To allow you right of way

A car pulls out in front of you at a junction. What should you do?

Accelerate past it immediately Slow down and be ready to stop Flash your headlights and drive up close behind Swerve past it and blow your horn

You wish to turn right ahead. Why should you take up the proper position in good-time?

To allow drivers to pass you on the right To give a better view into the road that you're joining To help other road users know what you intend to do To allow other drivers to pull out in front of you

You are driving along a narrow country road. A horse and rider are approaching. What should you do?

Rev your engine Give plenty of room Drive past slowly Flash your headlights Sound your horn Increase your speed Go past slowly and carefully Flash your headlights Go past as quickly as possible Sound your horn

ATTITUDE MARK 2 ANSWERS

7318 BIKEH2.31 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7319 BIKEH2.32 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7320 BIKEH2.33 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7321 BIKEH2.34 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7322 BIKEH2.35 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7324 BIKEH2.37 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7325 BIKEH2.38 ATTITUDE MARK 2 ANSWERS

7326 BIKEH2.39

When you are overtaking a horse and rider you should

ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

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7327 BIKEH2.4

You are approaching a zebra crossing. Pedestrians are waiting to cross. You should

Wave at them to cross the road Slow down and prepare to stop Use your headlights to indicate they can cross Give way to elderly and children only

When should you give signals?

Only in bad weather In traffic only To change course or direction To give you priority over other traffic

You have stopped at a pedestrian (zebra) crossing to allow pedestrians to cross. You should

Signal to pedestrians to cross Rev your engine Edge your vehicle forward Wait until they have crossed

You should never wave or urge people across at pedestrian crossing because

They may not be ready to cross It is safer for you to carry on They may not be looking There may be another vehicle coming

You stopped for pedestrians to cross at a zebra crossing. They did not start to cross. What should you do?

Wave them to cross Drive on Sound your horn Be patient and wait

You may use the 'Two-Second Rule'

When emerging on wet roads To keep a safe gap from the vehicle in front Before using the 'Mirror - Signal - manoeuvre' routine Before restarting the engine after it has stalled

What type of engine is better for fuel economy and has less impact on the environment

2 stroke engine with carburettor 4 stroke engine with carburettor 4 stroke engine with Electronic Fuel Injection An engine with a combination of all systems

In view of eco driving, Which statement is correct

Using a low engine RPM will always consume more fuel at any speed Using a high engine RPM will always consume less fuel at any speed Using a high engine RPM will consume the same amount of fuel, as when using a low engine RPM Using a low engine RPM will always consume less fuel at any speed

ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7328 BIKEH2.41 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7330 BIKEH2.5 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7331 BIKEH2.6 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7333 BIKEH2.8 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

7334 BIKEH2.9 ATTITUDE MARK 1 ANSWER

8787 BIKEH20.1 THE MOTORCYCLE IN RELATION WITH THE ENVIRONMENT MARK 1 ANSWER

8788 BIKEH20.2 THE MOTORCYCLE IN RELATION WITH THE ENVIRONMENT MARK 1 ANSWER

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8789 BIKEH20.3

Which motorcycle is consuming more fuel

The motorcycle which is travelling at 50 km/h (kilometres per hour) The motorcycle which is travelling at 70 km/h (kilometres per hour) The motorcycle which is travelling at 90 km/h (kilometres per hour) The motorcycle which is travelling at 114 km/h (kilometres per hour)

You are riding on a road and you perceive a strange smell of diesel (Fuel), you should

Ride as in normal conditions Slow down and approach with caution, as spillage on the road might be the cause of the smell Increase speed to avoid the smell as it may be harmful Observe the two second rule

You see a rainbow-coloured pattern across the road. What will this warn you of

Water on the road Fuel spilled on the road A polished road surface A soft uneven road surface

You are riding in very hot weather. What are the TWO effects that melting tar has on your motorcycle

Makes the road surface slippery It will reduce the stopping distance Reduce tyre grip It can improve braking efficiency

Which of these fluids if allowed to get low is dangerous?

coolant level Battery water level Brake fluid level Antifreeze level

Why should you wear a high visibility vest during the day ?

To reduce wind resistance To avoid injuring your self in case of an accident To make it easy for others to see you To keep cool in warm weather

Why do motorcyclists wear a high visibility vest while driving?

To keep cool while riding To cover themselves from direct sunrays To be seen clearly during the day To be seen clearly during the night

Which of these makes a motorcyclist easier to be seen?

Wear dark coloured jackets Use a tinted visor Keep the front lights on Use a fluorescent coloured helmet Wear a white helmet

THE MOTORCYCLE IN RELATION WITH THE ENVIRONMENT MARK 1 ANSWER

8790 BIKEH21.1 ROAD CONTAMINANTS MARK 1 ANSWER

8791 BIKEH21.2 ROAD CONTAMINANTS MARK 1 ANSWER

8792 BIKEH21.3 ROAD CONTAMINANTS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7335 BIKEH3.1 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7336 BIKEH3.10 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7741 BIKEH3.11 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 2 ANSWERS

7338 BIKEH3.12 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 3 ANSWERS

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7339 BIKEH3.13

Your visor is scratched, what should you do?

Polish with fine sand paper Replace Wash with soap water Clean with petrol

You need to ride a motorcycle during the night, What should you wear to be seen?

Fluorescent clothes Reflective clothes White helmet Red helmet Black leather jacket

Why are side mirrors useful on a motorcycle?

To calculate the distance when swerving trough traffic To offer protection in case of bad weather To make your motorcycle look larger To have a better rear view of the road

When it is essential to use the dipped beam lights during the day?

In the country side Always Narrow roads When parking

If the side stand is not fully raised while riding, What is more likely to happen?

The centre of gravity will be effected Will increase fuel consumption Will damage the road surface while turning Lose control of the motorcycle

When MUST you use dipped lights during the day?

Always Along narrow streets When parking On a by-pass road

How can you as a motorcycle rider help the environment?

By servicing your motorcycle properly By harsh acceleration By driving faster By using leaded fuel By gentle acceleration

SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7340 BIKEH3.14 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 2 ANSWERS

7341 BIKEH3.15 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7342 BIKEH3.16 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7343 BIKEH3.17 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7344 BIKEH3.18 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7346 BIKEH3.23 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 3 ANSWERS

7347 BIKEH3.26

As a road user which THREE can you do to help the environment?

SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 3 ANSWERS

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By reducing your speed Brake as late as possible without skidding Plan ahead Have your motorcycle properly tuned and serviced Use the choke for as long as possible Drive on under-inflated tyres Walk when ever possible

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7348 BIKEH3.27

Motorcycles can harm the environment resulting in

SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 3 ANSWERS

7349 BIKEH3.28

To reduce the impact of your motorcycle on the environment , You should

SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE

Using up natural resources Damage to buildings Less use of electric vehicles Improved public transport Reduced health risks Air pollution Use busy routes Anticipate well ahead Brake in good time Avoid harsh acceleration Use narrow side streets

MARK 3 ANSWERS

7350 BIKEH3.29

You will help your environment if you

Walk when you can Accelerate and brake sharply Drive continually using full choke Reduce the tyre pressure

An unserviced transmission drive chain can

Cause an accident Make the wheels wobble Damage the suspension Cause rattling sounds at the rear wheel Affect gear changes

To help the environment you should NOT

Remove unnecessary weight Use public transport Use your motorcycle for very short journeys Ride at low speeds

Excessive or uneven wear on the tyres can be caused by faults in which three?

The exhaust system The suspension The accelerator The gearbox Wheel alignment The braking system Rapid acceleration Short journeys with a cold engine Riding in lower gears Harsh braking Planning well ahead

SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7351 BIKEH3.3 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 3 ANSWERS

7352 BIKEH3.30 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7353 BIKEH3.31 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 3 ANSWERS

7354 BIKEH3.33

Which of the following will reduce fuel consumption?

SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 2 ANSWERS

7355 BIKEH3.36

To avoid spilling of fuel, you should make sure that

SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE

Reducing your road speed Your filler cap is securely fastened You check that your fuel gauge is working You have used a self locking filler cap Your tank is only 3/4 full

MARK 1 ANSWER

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7356 BIKEH3.38

You should NOT sound your horn

Between 11.30 pm and 7 am in a built-up area At any time in a built-up area Between 10 pm and 6 am in a built-up area Between 11.00 pm and 6 am in a built-up area

Which TWO are adversely affected if the tyres are under-inflated?

Parking Changing gear Steering Braking

What will not cause high fuel consumption ?

Braking and accelerating gently Driving at high speed Accelerating around bends Poor control of vehicle

In some residential roads you will find a speed limit of

40 kph 60 kph 35 kph 50 kph

Road humps and chicanes are

At toll-bridge approaches only Used to increase traffic flow Always at major road works Traffic calming measures

You enter a road where there are road humps. You should...

Maintain a reduced speed throughout Drive slowly at school times only Always keep to the maximum legal speed Accelerate quickly between each one

How often should you check the motorcycle tyre pressure?

At any service After a long journey At least every month At least every week

Your motorcycle is equipped with tube tyres from the factory, When you replace a tyre you must ?

Replace the tube if its over 6 months old Replace the tube after 6,000 kilometers Replace the tube only, if the rear tyre is to be replaced Replace the tube, every time you replace a tyre

SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7357 BIKEH3.4 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 2 ANSWERS

7358 BIKEH3.40 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7359 BIKEH3.45 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7360 BIKEH3.46 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7361 BIKEH3.47 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7362 BIKEH3.5 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7363 BIKEH3.6 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

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7364 BIKEH3.7

It is important that tyre pressures are regularly checked. When should this be done?

When tyres are hot After driving at high speed After any lengthy journey When tyres are cold

You are riding your motorcycle in warm weather. You must ?

Ride with your visor raised Wear protective clothing despite the warm weather Wear trainers instead of boots Loose the helmet safety strap

In general the stopping distance to stop your motorcycle takes longer when;

Night riding Foggy weather When having a pillion on board When riding uphill

Your overall stopping distance will be longer when riding

In strong winds At night In the rain In fog

When riding at night you should?

Use your dipped beam lights Wear reflective clothing Use a tinted visor Ride at the centre of the road Make arm signals

You have been riding through heavy floods, What should you do?

Stop and check the tyres Stop to dry the brakes with a cloth Check the transmission drive chain Stop to check the brakes efficiency

The main causes of skidding are

The road The vehicle The rider The weather The sun

You are riding your motorcycle in good road conditions, which is the most effective way to use your brakes in case of an emergency?

Apply rear brakes only Apply front brakes only Apply front brake just before the rear brakes Apply rear brakes just before the front brakes

If you are at a junction with limited visibility you should

Creep forward looking both ways Be ready to move off quickly Creep forward looking to the left Creep forward looking to the right

SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7366 BIKEH3.9 SAFETY AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE MARK 1 ANSWER

7367 BIKEH4.1 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

7369 BIKEH4.11 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

7371 BIKEH4.14 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7372 BIKEH4.15 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

7373 BIKEH4.16 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7374 BIKEH4.2 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

7375 BIKEH4.20 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7376 BIKEH4.21

In very hot weather the road surface can get soft. Which TWO of the following will be affected most?

The windscreen The steering The suspension The braking

Your indicators may be difficult to see in bright sunlight. What should you do?

Turn as quickly as you can Give an arm signal as well as using your indicator Touch the brake several times to show the stop lamp(s)

When approaching a right-hand bend you should keep well to the left. Why?

To be positioned safely if the vehicle skids To let faster traffic from behind overtake To improve your view of the road To avoid manhole covers

You are approaching a right-hand bend. You should

Keep well to the right to make the bend less sharp Keep well to the right to avoid the gutter Keep well to the left for a better view around the bend Keep well to the left as it makes the bend faster

You should not overtake when

Driving up a long hill In a one-way street The view ahead is blocked Approaching a junction Intending to turn left shortly afterwards

For motorcyclists, it important to have good road surface condition, because

Certain road markings are not visible Some roads are tarmac and others are concrete In busy traffic there is less space for motorcyclist Only a small part of the tyre has a road grip

MARK 4 ANSWERS

The condition of the road surface is very important for motorcyclists. Which four of the following will affect the stability of your motorcycle?

7386 BIKEH4.6

Braking hard at a high speed on a sharp bend can make your vehicle

Pot holes in the road Water gutters Concrete Gravel Oil spills Tarmac Corner safely Stall More stable Unstable

SAFETY MARGINS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7377 BIKEH4.22 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

7380 BIKEH4.28 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

7381 BIKEH4.29 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

7383 BIKEH4.30 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7384 BIKEH4.4 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

7385 BIKEH4.5 SAFETY MARGINS

SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

7387 BIKEH4.7

When driving in fog which of the following measures are correct?

SAFETY MARGINS MARK 3 ANSWERS

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7388 BIKEH4.8

Why should you drive with the dipped beam during day time?

So that you are more visible to other road users It indicates that you are driving faster So that other road users will give way So that it will be already on when it gets darker

You are driving in good conditions on a fast open road. For safety the distance between you and the vehicle in front should be

Two car lengths 2 metre (6 feet 6 inches) One car length A two-second time gap

You see this sign ahead. You should expect the road to

Bend sharply to the right Go steeply downhill Go uphill Bend sharply to the left

What else other than alcoholic drinks can seriously affect your concentration when driving?

Loud music Contact lenses Tinted windows Tiredness Drugs

How does alcohol affect your driving?

It reduces your concentration It improves your co-ordination It increases your awareness It speeds up your reactions

After drinking alcohol heavily you should not drive the following day. Why is this?

Your concentration may still be badly affected You may still be over the legal limit You will be well under the legal limit Your concentration will not be badly affected

What advice should you give to a driver who has had a few alcoholic drinks at a party?

Go home by public transport Wait a short while and then drive home Drive home carefully and slowly Have a strong cup of coffee and then drive home

You go to a social event and need to drive a short time after. What precautions should you take?

Avoid drinking alcohol completely Drink plenty of milk before drinking alcohol Drink plenty of coffee after drinking alcohol Avoid drinking alcohol on an empty stomach

SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

7389 BIKEH4.9 SAFETY MARGINS MARK 1 ANSWER

7390 BIKEH5.1 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7391 BIKEH5.10 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7392 BIKEH5.11 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7393 BIKEH5.12 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7394 BIKEH5.13 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7395 BIKEH5.14 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7396 BIKEH5.15

It is eight hours since you last had an alcoholic drink. Which of the following applies?

You may still be unfit to drive You may still be over the legal limit You will have no alcohol in your system You will certainly be under the legal limit

Your doctor has given you a course of medicine. Why should you ask if it is OK to drive?

The medicine you take may affect your hearing You will have to let your insurance company know about the medicine Some types of medicine can cause your reactions to slow down Drugs make you a better driver by quickening your reactions

You have been taking medicine for a few days which made you feel drowsy. Today you feel better but still need to take the medicine. You should only drive

After checking with your doctor If only really necessary At night on quiet roads If someone goes with you

You become ill. A doctor prescribes drugs which are likely to affect your driving. You should

Not drive yourself Never drive at more than 30 kph Drive only if someone is with you At night on quiet roads

During periods of illness your ability to drive may be impaired. You MUST

Not drive after taking certain medicines Be medically fit to drive Take all your medicines with you when you drive Only take smaller doses of any medicines See your doctor each time before you drive

When must you stop at this junction?

During rush hours only Only when the area is busy When turning right only At all times

You are not sure if your cough medicine will affect your driving. What TWO things could you do?

Ask a friend or relative for advice Drive if you feel alright Ask your doctor Check the medicine label

You are taking drugs that are likely to affect your driving. What should you do?

Seek medical advice before driving Drive only for short distances Only drive if accompanied by a full licence-holder Limit your driving to essential journeys

HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7397 BIKEH5.16 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7398 BIKEH5.17 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7399 BIKEH5.18 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7400 BIKEH5.19 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7401 BIKEH5.2 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7402 BIKEH5.20 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 2 ANSWERS

7403 BIKEH5.21 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7405 BIKEH5.23

Your reaction will be much slower when driving

In rain Too quickly In fog If tired

Which THREE are likely to make you lose concentration while driving?

Using a mobile phone Looking in your wing mirror Using your indicators Listening to loud music Looking at road maps

A driver pulls out of a side road in front of you. You have to brake hard. You should

Ignore the error and stay calm Flash your lights to show your annoyance Sound your horn to show your annoyance Overtake as soon as possible

A car driver pulls out causing you to brake. You should

Keep calm and not retaliate Flag the driver down and explain the mistake Drive close behind and sound your horn Overtake and sound your horn

Another driver does something that upsets you. You should

Sound your horn Flash your headlights several times Let them know how you feel Try not to react

An elderly person's driving ability could be affected because they may be unable to

Give signals correctly Understand road signs React very quickly Obtain car insurance

A driver can only read a number plate at the required distance with glasses on. The glasses should be worn

All the time when driving Only in poor visibility Only when reversing Only when driving long distances

You take the wrong route and find you are well into a one-way street. You should

Turn around and drive against the one-way Reverse out of the street Continue to the end of the one-way street Reverse into a drive way

HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7406 BIKEH5.24 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7407 BIKEH5.26 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7408 BIKEH5.27 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7409 BIKEH5.28 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7410 BIKEH5.29 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7411 BIKEH5.3 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7412 BIKEH5.30 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7414 BIKEH5.4

You are about to drive home. You cannot find the glasses you need to wear when driving. You should

Drive home at night Borrow a friend's glasses and drive home Drive home slowly keeping to quite roads Find a way of getting home without driving

You MUST wear glasses or contact lenses when driving on public roads if

There is an eyesight problem in your family You cannot read a vehicle number plate from a distance of 36 meters (120 feet) without them You are the holder of an orange badge You cannot read a vehicle number plate from distance of 20.5 meters (67 feet) without them

Which THREE result from drinking alcohol and driving?

Less control Poor judgment of speed Greater awareness of danger A false sense of confidence Faster reactions

Which THREE of these are likely effects of drinking alcohol on driving?

Poor judgment Colour blindness Faster reactions More hazard awareness Increase confidence Reduce reactions Give a false sense of confidence Improve your awareness of danger Increase the speed of your reactions Worsen your judgment of speed Slow down your reactions to hazards

HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7415 BIKEH5.5 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 1 ANSWER

7416 BIKEH5.6 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7417 BIKEH5.7 HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7418 BIKEH5.8

Drinking any amount of alcohol is likely to

HAZARD AWARENESS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7419 BIKEH5.9 HAZARD AWARENESS

You are invited to a lunch. You know that you will have to drive in the evening. What is your best course of action?

Not drink any alcohol at all Eat a hot meal with your alcohol drinks Have some milk before drinking alcohol Avoid mixing your alcoholic drinks

You should not drive closely behind a truck

To avoid exhaust smoke To avoid air resistance As you might not be visible to other road users As you will have a poor vision of what is coming ahead

You want to turn from a junction but your view is partly restricted by parked vehicles. What should you do?

Stop then move slowly forward until you have a clear view Move out quickly but be prepared to stop Sound your horn and pull out

MARK 1 ANSWER

7420 BIKEH6.1 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7421 BIKEH6.10 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7423 BIKEH6.13

What should a rider do at a pelican crossing when the red and amber lights are on?

Wait for the red-and-amber light, before proceeding Give way to any pedestrians on the crossing Always wait for the green light before proceeding Signal the pedestrian to cross

You have stopped at a pelican crossing. A disabled person is crossing slowly in front of you. The lights have now changed to green. You should

Drive in front of the person Allow the person to cross all the way Edge forward slowly Sound your horn Drive behind the person

As you approach a pelican crossing the lights change to green, but elderly people are still halfway across. You should

Wait because they will take longer to cross Flash your lights Rev your engine to make them hurry Wave them to cross as quickly as they can

Look at this picture. What is the danger you should be most aware of?

The car on the left may move off The driver of the ice cream van may get out The ice cream van may move off The child may run out into the road

You are driving past parked cars. You notice a wheel of a bicycle sticking out between them. What should you do?

Slow down and be prepared to stop Brake sharply and flash your headlights Slow down and wave the cyclist across Accelerate past quickly and sound your horn

You are driving and you notice a ball bouncing out into the road. What should you do?

Stop and wave the children to fetch their ball Slow down and be prepared to stop Continue driving at the same speed and flash your headlights Continue driving at the same speed and sound your horn

If you are following an elderly driver you should

Be aware that the driver's reactions may not be as fast as yours Stay close behind Flash your lights Expect the driver to drive badly

VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7424 BIKEH6.14 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7425 BIKEH6.15 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7426 BIKEH6.16 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7427 BIKEH6.17 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7428 BIKEH6.18 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7429 BIKEH6.19 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7430 BIKEH6.2

Which sign means that there may be people walking along the road?

VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7431 BIKEH6.20

Which sign tells you that pedestrians may be walking in the road as there is no pavement?

VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7432 BIKEH6.21

Which sign means there may be elderly pedestrians likely to cross the road?

VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7433 BIKEH6.22

If you see a person with a white stick, this means that the person is

Blind Elderly Deaf Disabled

You are driving towards a pedestrian crossing. Waiting to cross is a person in a wheelchair. You should

Be prepared to stop and wait patiently Wave to the person to wait Wave to the person to cross Continue on your way

What action should you take when elderly people are crossing the road?

Tap the horn in case they are hard of hearing Be patient and allow them to cross in their own time Rev the engine to let them know that you are waiting Wave them across so they know that you have seen them

You should NEVER attempt to overtake a cyclist

Just before you turn left On a dual carriageway On a one-way street Just before you turn right

If you are driving behind a cyclist and you wish to turn left. You should

Hold back until the cyclist has passed the junction Go around the cyclist Pull alongside the cyclist Overtake the cyclist before the junction

VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7434 BIKEH6.23 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7435 BIKEH6.24 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7436 BIKEH6.27 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7437 BIKEH6.28 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7438 BIKEH6.29

You are coming up to a roundabout and a cyclist is signalling to turn right. What should you do

Signal the cyclist to move across Give a horn warning Overtake on the right Give the cyclist plenty of room

You are driving along a main road with multiple junctions. You should be alert for

You may lose balance due to the wind other road users emerging from junctions who may not see you The road which other road users may be using is more slippery Other road users may be driving slower at junctions

You are approaching a roundabout and see a cyclist signal right. Why is the cyclist keeping to the left?

The cyclist thinks The highway Code does not apply to bicycles The cyclist is going to turn left instead It is quicker route for cyclist The cyclist is slower and more vulnerable

When you are overtaking a cyclist on the road you should leave as much room as you would give to a car. What is the main reason for this?

The cyclist might have to make a right turn The cyclist might get off the bike The cyclist might change lanes The cyclist might swerve

Where should you take particular care to look out for motorcyclists and cyclists?

On one-way streets At junctions At zebra crossings On dual carriageways

In daylight an approaching motorcyclist is using a dipped headlight. Why?

So that the rider can be seen more easily The rider is inviting you to proceed To improve the rider's vision To stop the battery overcharging

Motorcyclists should wear bright clothing mainly because

The colours are popular It helps keep them cool in summer They must do so by law Other drivers can see them

Motorcyclists ride in day light with their headlights switched on because

They need to be seen There are pot holes in the road There is a speed camera ahead It is legal requirement

VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7439 BIKEH6.3 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7441 BIKEH6.31 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7442 BIKEH6.32 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7443 BIKEH6.38 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7444 BIKEH6.39 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7446 BIKEH6.40 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7447 BIKEH6.41 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7448 BIKEH6.42

You are riding behind a moped or small motorcycle. You want to turn left just ahead. You should

Sound your horn as a warning and pull in front of the moped Pull alongside the moped and stay level until just before the junction Overtake the moped before the junction Stay behind until the moped has passed the junction

At road junctions which of the following are most vulnerable?

Motorcyclists Cyclists Lorry drivers Car drivers Pedestrians

When emerging from a side road into a queue of traffic which road users can be difficult to see?

Cars Milk floats Tractors Motorcycles

You want to turn right from a main road into a side road. Just before you turn you should

Stop and set the mirror Select first gear Check for traffic overtaking on your right Cancel your right-turn signal

In long queue of traffic which of the following are the most hazardous situations that are expected from motorcyclists?

They enter very close in front of cars They drive in one file They swerve through lanes They drive very close to cars They drive with their dipped beam

You are riding and ahead of you there is a vehicle with a flashing amber beacon. This means it is

A school crossing patrol A doctor's car Broken down Slow moving

Motorcyclists are most vulnerable for a serious road accident when they

Use sight glasses or contact lenses Have recently passed their driving test Are carrying a passenger Have not carried out the theory test

An injured motorcyclist is lying unconscious in the road. You should

Remove the leather jacket Move the person off the road Remove the safety helmet Seek medical assistance

VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7449 BIKEH6.44 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7450 BIKEH6.45 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7451 BIKEH6.46 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7452 BIKEH6.47 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 3 ANSWERS

7453 BIKEH6.48 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7454 BIKEH6.5 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7455 BIKEH6.50 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7456 BIKEH6.51 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS

You are riding in town. There is a bus at the bus stop on the other side of the road. Why should you be careful?

Pedestrians may come from behind the bus The bus may remain stationary The bus may move off suddenly The bus may have broken down

How should you overtake horse riders?

Drive slowly and leave plenty of room Use your horn just once to warn them Speed is not important but allow plenty of room Rev the engine to mark your presence

You notice horse riders ahead of you. What should you do FIRST?

Signal right Be prepared to slow down Accelerate around them Pull out to the middle of the road

A horse rider is in the left-hand lane approaching a roundabout. You are driving behind. You should expect the rider to

Go in any direction Go ahead Turn left Turn right

You see a group of horse riders as you approach a roundabout. They are right but keeping well to the left. You should

Stay well back Cut in front of them Keep close of them Proceed as normal

What is the most common cause of road accidents?

Driver error Mechanical failure Road conditions Weather conditions

A learner driver started to emerge in front of you from the left at a road junction. You should

Prepare to slow and stop Let the driver emerge and then drive close behind Turn in the junction Stop suddenly and give a wave signal at the driver

Which age group is most likely to be involved in road accidents?

46 to 55-year-old 55-year-olds and over 36 to 45-year-old 18 to 25-year-old

MARK 1 ANSWER

7457 BIKEH6.52 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7458 BIKEH6.53 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7460 BIKEH6.55 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7462 BIKEH6.57 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7463 BIKEH6.58 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7464 BIKEH6.6 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7465 BIKEH6.60 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

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7466 BIKEH6.61

You are following a learner driver who stalls at a junction. What should you do?

Be patient as you expect them to make mistake Immediately steer around them and drive on Start to rev your engine if they take too long to restart Drive up close behind and flash your headlights

The vehicle you are following is being driven by a learner driver. What should you do?

Keep calm and be patient Drive up close behind Flash the high beam (BRIGHT) Sound the horn and overtake

You are following a long vehicle and approaching a miniroundabout. The vehicle is indicating a left turn but it is moving to the right. You should

Sound you horn. Overtake from the left Keep well back Flash our high beam (bright)

Before overtaking a large vehicle or lorry you should keep well back. Why is this?

To offer other drivers a safe gap if they want to overtake you To get the best view of the road ahead To leave a gap in case stops and rolls back To give acceleration space to overtake quickly on blind bends

You wish to overtake a long slow moving vehicle or lorry on a busy road with oncoming traffic. You should

Stay behind until the driver waves you past Flash your headlights for the oncoming traffic to give way Follow it closely and keep moving out to see the road ahead Keep well back until you can see that it is clear

You are driving downhill. There are cars parked on the other side of the road partly blocking the road. Large slow lorries are coming towards you. You should

Slow down and give way Pull over on the right behind the parked car Speed up and get past quickly Keep going because you have the right of way

When about to overtake a long vehicle or lorry you should

Stay well back from the lorry to obtain a better view Flash your lights and wait for the driver to signal when it is safe Drive close to the lorry in order to pass more quickly Sound the horn to warn the driver that you are there

Why is passing or overtaking a lorry more risky than passing a car?

Lorries go uphill more slowly The brakes of lorries are not as good Lorries may suddenly pull up Lorries are longer than cars

VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7467 BIKEH6.7 VULNERABLE ROAD USERS MARK 1 ANSWER

7468 BIKEH7.1 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7469 BIKEH7.10 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7470 BIKEH7.11 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7471 BIKEH7.12 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7472 BIKEH7.13 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7473 BIKEH7.14 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

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7474 BIKEH7.15

You are travelling behind a bus that suddenly pulls up at a bus stop. What should you do?

Accelerate past the bus sounding your horn Pull in closely behind the bus Be ready to give way to the bus Watch carefully for pedestrians

You are driving in a city. Ahead of you a bus is at a bus stop. Which TWO of the following should you do?

Watch carefully for the sudden appearance of pedestrians Be prepared to give way if the bus suddenly moves off Pass the bus as quickly as you possibly can Continue at the same speed but sound your horn as warning

When you approach a bus that is about to move off from a bus stop you should

Get past before the bus moves Allow it to pull away if it is safe to do so Flash your headlights as you approach Signal left and wave the bus on

Which of these vehicles is LEAST likely to be affected by strong crosswinds?

Cars High-sided vehicles Motorcyclists Cyclists

What does 'tailgating' mean?

When a driver is following another vehicle too closely When stationary vehicles are too close in a queue When a vehicle is with its luggage boot open When a vehicle delivering goods has its tailgate down

You are following a large lorry on a wet road. Spray makes it difficult to see. You should

Drop back until you can see better Speed up and overtake quickly Keep close to the lorry away from the spray Put your headlights on full beam

You are driving on a dualcarriageway with surface spray. You should use

Your sidelights Your rear fog lights Your dipped headlights Your hazard flashers

You are waiting to emerge left from a minor road. A large vehicle is approaching from the right. You have time to turn but you should wait. Why?

The large vehicle can easily hide vehicles from the left The large vehicle is difficult to steer in a straight line The large vehicle can easily hide an overtaking vehicle The large vehicle can turn suddenly

OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 2 ANSWERS

7475 BIKEH7.16 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 2 ANSWERS

7476 BIKEH7.17 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7477 BIKEH7.18 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7478 BIKEH7.19 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7479 BIKEH7.20 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7884 BIKEH7.21 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7481 BIKEH7.4 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

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7482 BIKEH7.5 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES

You are driving behind a long articulated vehicle (trailer). It is going to turn left into a narrow road. What action should you take?

Overtake quickly before the lorry moves out Be prepared to stop behind it Pass on the left as the vehicle moves out Move out and overtake on the offside

You are driving behind a long vehicle. It approaches a crossroads and signals left but moves out to the right. You should

Overtake as it starts to slow down Stay well back and give it room Assume the signal is wrong and it is really turning right Get closer in order to pass it quickly

You are driving behind a long vehicle approaching a crossroads. The driver signals right but moves close to the left-hand kerb. What should you do?

Overtake on the right-hand side Wait behind the long vehicle Report the driver to the police Warn the driver of the wrong signal

You are approaching a small roundabout. The long vehicle in front is signalling left but is positioned over to the right. You should

Follow the same course as the lorry Overtake on the left Sound your horn Keep well back

You keep well back while waiting to overtake a large lorry. Another car fills the gap. You should

Start to overtake Drop back further Flash your headlights Sound your horn

When you are stationary on your motorcycle, your position should be

Slightly touching the road surface with your toes Both feet on the road surface Lower the centre stand Stretch to reach the hand switches

Which THREE of the following are a likely causes of a skid?

Stopping very slowly Bend excessively when turning Keeping your body straight when turning Sudden braking Sudden change of direction

You are riding towards a gravel road surface. You should

Drive normally Accelerate Reduce the speed Stop suddenly

MARK 1 ANSWER

7483 BIKEH7.6 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7484 BIKEH7.7 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7485 BIKEH7.8 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7486 BIKEH7.9 OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLES MARK 1 ANSWER

7487 BIKEH8.1 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7488 BIKEH8.10 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 3 ANSWERS

7489 BIKEH8.11 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

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7490 BIKEH8.12

When riding you wear protective clothing

Always In open and busy roads In long journey In bad weather

You have to ride in fog. Which two important factors you should do before you start your journey?

Check that the lights are working properly Make sure you have a clean visor Check the battery Take something warm with you

The best place to park your motorcycle is

On hot tarmac On bumpy road On grass On sound and level ground

When riding in windy conditions, you have to

Ride close to large vehicle Ride at high speed Ride at low speed Stretch forward to the handlebar

In normal driving your position should be

About one foot off the pavement In the centre of your lane On the right of your lane In the centre of the road

During night driving you must

Wear reflective clothing Ride close to the vehicle in front Keep goggles or visor clean Ride just left of the centre Use high beam (bright)

Your motorcycle is parked in a two way carriage-way. You should mount from the

Right and press the rear brake Left without pressing any brakes Left and press the front brake Right without pressing any brakes

How should you leave your scooter when you park for a short period in a town centre?

Well firm with the fuel cap secured On a sound and level surface On the centre stand in available On a wide pavement only

What is the main reason why coasting downhill is dangerous or wrong?

It damages the gearbox Fuel consumption will be higher You have less control of the motorcycle It puts less tyre grip on the road

VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7491 BIKEH8.13 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 2 ANSWERS

7492 BIKEH8.14 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7493 BIKEH8.15 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7494 BIKEH8.16 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7495 BIKEH8.17 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 2 ANSWERS

7496 BIKEH8.18 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7497 BIKEH8.19 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 3 ANSWERS

7498 BIKEH8.2 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

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7499 BIKEH8.22 VEHICLE HANDLING

You are following other vehicles in fog with your lights on. How else can you reduce the chances of being involved in an accident?

Reduce your speed and increase the gap Keep together with the faster vehicles Use your main beam instead of dipped headlights Keep close to the vehicle in front

Why should you always reduce your speed when driving in fog?

Because it is more difficult to see events ahead Because the engine's colder Because you could be dazzled by other people's fog lights Because the brakes do not work as well

You are driving in fog. Why should you keep well back from the vehicle in front?

In case its brake lights dazzle you In case it stops suddenly In case its fog lights dazzle you In case it changes direction suddenly

Why is coasting wrong or dangerous?

The engine will run faster It will make the engine stall It will cause the motorcycle to skid There is no engine braking

Which ONE of the following are correct? When overtaking at night you should

Beware of the bends in the road ahead Be careful because you can see less Put headlights on full beam Sound your horn twice before moving out Wait until a bend so that you can see the oncoming headlights

You are overtaking a car at night. You must be sure that

You do not dazzle other road users You have switched your lights to full beam before overtaking Your rear fog lights are switched on You flash your headlamps before overtaking

At night you are dazzled by headlights coming towards you. You should

Slow down or stop safely Put your hand over your eyes Switch on your main beam headlights Sound your horn

How should you brake?

By first applying the rear brake then the front When turning or taking a bend By applying the clutch before the brake When the motorcycle is vertical and driven straight

You are on a narrow road at night. A slower-moving vehicle ahead signalled right for some time. What should you do?

Wait for the signal to be cancelled before overtaking Signal right and sound your horn Flash your headlights before overtaking Overtake on the left

MARK 1 ANSWER

7500 BIKEH8.23 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7501 BIKEH8.24 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7503 BIKEH8.3 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7504 BIKEH8.30 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

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7506 BIKEH8.32 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

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7509 BIKEH8.35

Which TWO are correct? The passing places on a single-track road are

To pull into if the car behind wants to overtake To pull into if an oncoming vehicle wants to proceed To turn around in if you are lost For stopping and checking your route For taking a rest from driving

You see a vehicle coming towards you on a single-track road. You should

Stop at a passing place Put on your hazard warning lights Do an emergency stop Turn back to the main road

VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 2 ANSWERS

7510 BIKEH8.36 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7511 BIKEH8.37

Which of these plates may appear with this road sign?

VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7512 BIKEH8.4

When you apply the brakes for a normal stop, you should

Apply the front brake only Apply the rear brake Apply both brakes smoothly Apply one of the brakes smoothly

You are approaching a bend at a high speed. You should begin to brake.

Before the bend After changing gears After the bend On the bend

You are approaching this junction. If you were the motorcyclist you should

Begin to slow down Stay close to the kerb of the pavement Accelerate to pass the junction Stop and give way to the vehicle

VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7513 BIKEH8.5 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7514 BIKEH8.6 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

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As a motorcyclist, what can you do to ensure a safe ride?

Anticipate the actions of other road users Exceed the speed limit Keep close to the kerb of the pavement Keep well under the speed limit

In which FOUR of these situations may you overtake another vehicle on the inside or the left?

When the vehicle in front is to turn right When you are in a one-way street In slow-moving traffic queues when traffic in the right-hand lane is moving more slowly When a slower vehicle is in the right-hand lane of a dual carriageway When approaching a motorway slip road where you will be turning off

You suddenly have to stop and your motorcycle starts to skid. You should

Keep braking and lower the gears Apply the brakes to have more grip on the road Put to neutral and apply the front brake Release and re-apply the brakes

As soon as you join a dual carriageway you should normally

Keep in the left lane Position your vehicle in the centre lane Readjust your mirrors Try to overtake

You are intending to leave the multi-lane- carriageway at the next exit. Before you reach the exit you should normally position your motorcycle

In the left-hand lane In any lane On the hard shoulder In the middle lane

You are driving on a multi-lane carriageway. By mistake you go past the exit that you wanted to take. You should

Make a U-turn at the next gap in the central reservation Carefully turn back in the left-hand lane Carry on to the next exit Carefully turn back from the hard shoulder

When joining a dual carriageway you must always

Give way to traffic already on the dual carriageway Come to a stop before joining the dual carriageway Stop at the end of the acceleration lane Use the hard shoulder

VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7516 BIKEH8.8 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 4 ANSWERS

7517 BIKEH8.9 VEHICLE HANDLING MARK 1 ANSWER

7518 BIKEH9.1 DUAL CARRIAGEWAY RULES MARK 1 ANSWER

7519 BIKEH9.10 DUAL CARRIAGEWAY RULES MARK 1 ANSWER

7520 BIKEH9.11 DUAL CARRIAGEWAY RULES MARK 1 ANSWER

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A fundamental rule when driving on a dual carriageway is

Keep to the left lane unless overtaking Try to keep above 50 kph to prevent congestion Overtake on the side that is clearest Use the lane that has least traffic

You are driving on a dual carriageway. You have to slow down quickly due to a hazard. You should

Switch on your hazard lights Flash your headlights Sound your horn Switch on your headlights

What should you use the hard shoulder of a multi-lane carriageway for?

Joining the dual-carriageway Stopping when you are tired Leaving the dual-carriageway Stopping in an emergency

After a breakdown you need to rejoin the main carriageway of a multi-lane carriageway from the hard shoulder. You should

Gain speed on the hard shoulder before moving out onto the carriageway Wait on the hard shoulder until someone flashes their headlights at you Move out onto the carriageway using your hazard lights Move out onto the carriageway then build up your speed

The minimum safe time gap to keep between you and the vehicle in front in good conditions at least

Two seconds Three seconds One second Four seconds

DUAL CARRIAGEWAY RULES MARK 1 ANSWER

7524 BIKEH9.5 DUAL CARRIAGEWAY RULES MARK 1 ANSWER

7526 BIKEH9.7 DUAL CARRIAGEWAY RULES MARK 1 ANSWER

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7528 BIKEH9.9 DUAL CARRIAGEWAY RULES MARK 1 ANSWER

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