#### Practice Theory Test 17

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Q:1-Your car is fitted with anti-lock brakes. These will reduce the chances of skidding particularly when:

When the road surface is good
You need to brake in an emergency
Under normal driving circumstances
You need to slow down when you are driving down a steep hill

Q:2-If you are reversing who has the most chance of not being seen by you:

Children
Motorcyclists
Pedestrians
Pedal Cyclists

Q:3-What does the 'two second rule' allow you to do:

Keep a safe distance away from the kerb
Keep a safe distance away from the vehicle in front

Q:4-You are the first car in a queue waiting to turn right into a side street. You need to check your right mirror before you start to move. Why is this:

To look for traffic that may be emerging
To make sure that there is no traffic in the side road
To check if there is any vehicle overtaking you
To look for pedestrians

Q:5-The warning light for your anti-lock brakes comes on and stays on. You should:

Get your brakes checked straight away
Make sure that the foot brake is released properly by pumping it
Make sure that the handbrake is fully released
Check the brake fluid

Q:6-You notice that there are pedestrians waiting on the pavement at a zebra crossing. It is obvious that they are waiting to cross. What should you do:

Speed up so you can get past the zebra crossing so that they can cross when you have gone
Ignore them because they haven't stepped onto the zebra crossing yet
Stop so that they can cross while waiting patiently
Stop on the zebra lines showing your intention to proceed

Q:7-You should not reverse:

In an area that is built up
Into a side street
For longer than you need to
For longer than the length of your car

Q:8-You are driving at night when an oncoming car dazzles you with its headlights. What should you do:

Brake hard
Speed up so that you can get past it
Slow down, and maybe stop

Q:9-Once you're ON a Zebra crossing, you should:

Always sound your horn if you see a pedestrian
Allow pedestrians to cross but rev your engine so that they will hurry up
Never stop, unless there's immediate danger to pedestrians, cyclists, or other motorists
Stop and wave pedestrians across

Q:10-You are attempting to join a dual carriageway. You should: