#### Practice Theory Test 08

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Q:1-If you are at the scene of an accident you should:

Attend to anyone who is screaming
Make sure that everybody gets out of their vehicles
Make sure that everybody has their hazard lights on
Make sure that you do not put yourself in any danger

Q:2-You are driving down a road that is lit by street lights but there are no signs to tell you what the speed limit is. In these circumstances the speed limit is usually:

60mph
50mph
30mph
40mph

Q:3-You are driving towards traffic lights that have been on green for a while. What should you do:

Stay at the same speed
Be prepared to stop
Speed up so that you can get through them before they change
Brake hard so that you can be sure of stopping if they change to red

Q:4-It is important that you check tyre pressure regularly. This should be done:

If you have been driving fast
When the tyres are hot
After a long journey
When the tyres are cold

Q:5-To be allowed to drive on the roads a learner driver MUST:

Apply to take their driving test within twelve months
Have not received any penalty points on their licence
Have a valid, signed provisional licence

Q:6-It is possible that an elderly person's driving could be affected because:

Their reaction times may not be as quick as they used to be
They are unable to give signals correctly
They get lost more easily

Q:7-When should you update your V5C:

When you pass your driving test
If you have an accident
If you move house

Q:8-When are you allowed to wait in a box junction:

When you are waiting to turn right but are prevented from doing so by oncoming traffic
Never
When you are waiting at a zebra crossing
When you are stuck in a queue of traffic

Q:9-You break down on a motorway and need to call for assistance. Why might it be better to use the emergency roadside phone rather than your mobile phone:

The emergency roadside phone will put you straight through to a garage that can help
Using a mobile phone could distract other drivers
Using a mobile phone will interfere with the frequency of the emergency services' radios
The emergency roadside phone allows the emergency services to know where you are

Q:10-You intend to park within a 40 mph area, and there is traffic moving in both directions. During the night, you should park: