#### Practice Theory Test 15

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Q:1-You are driving when you come across a pelican crossing that is flashing an amber light. This means that you must:

Stop and wait for the amber light to stop flashing
Stop and give way to allow pedestrians waiting on the kerb to cross
Stop and wait for the green light to show
Stop and give way to pedestrians already on the crossing

Q:2-What kind of road would you be most affected by a side wind:

On an open road
On a tree-lined road
On a country road
On a busy road

Q:3-The national speed limit is different for motor cars on different roads. What is it on a motorway:

60 mph
50 mph
There isn't a speed limit for motorways
70 mph

Q:4-You have had to use the hard shoulder on a motorway but now need to rejoin the carriageway. You should:

Build up your speed on the hard shoulder before joining the carriageway
Indicate your intention and then wait for someone to flash their lights at you
Wait for a gap in the traffic, pull onto the carriageway and then build up your speed
Pull onto the carriage way with your hazard lights on so that other traffic are more aware of you

Q:5-On a motorway where can amber reflective studs be found:

Between the acceleration lane and the carriageway
Between the carriageway and the hard shoulder
Between each lane
Between the carriageway and the central reservation

Q:6-When are you allowed to stop on a clearway:

At night
Never
During the day
Once rush hour is over

Q:7-You are driving behind a large vehicle. You should keep well back because:

The large vehicle will be able to brake safely
You will be able to take corners and bends more quickly
You will be protected by the wind if you keep this position
Otherwise the driver of the large vehicle will not be able to see you through the mirrors

Q:8-A long, heavy vehicle is trying to overtake you but it is taking a long time; what should you do:

Slow down so it can overtake you quickly
Change direction or stop so that it can get past you
Speed up so that it can pull back in behind you
Keep driving at the same speed; it will get past you soon

Q:9-You are approaching a right hand bend. You should keep to the left of the road because:

You will be in the best place in case your vehicle starts to skid
It will give you a maximum view of the road
You will be better able to cope with the camber of the road
It is the polite thing to do: vehicles behind you will be able to overtake you should they wish

Q:10-It is illegal to overload a vehicle. Who is legally responsible for this: