Multiple Choice Test Revision
The following is a list of the questions and answers that require you to just remember a numerical answer. Most of the other questions in your book/cd can be understood and therefore remembered more easily. You MUST go through all the questions in your study material, and you can then view or print this list as a final recap before your test. We do not accept responsibilty for any errors on this list.
If following a vehicle on a fast dry road, you should leave a timed gap of at least 2 seconds.
On a wet road, you should leave a timed gap of at least 4 seconds.
You must not use the horn in a built up area between 11.30pm - 7am.
What percentage of emissions does road transport account for? 20%.
The minimum legal tread depth for car tyres is 1.6mm.
Driving at 70mph uses more fuel than driving at 50mph by up to 30%.
Driving smoothly can reduce fuel consumption by about 15%.
In icy or freezing conditions, your stopping distance increases by up to 10 times.
On a dry road, your overall stopping distance at 70mph is 96 metres.
On a dry road, your overall stopping distance at 60mph is 73 metres.
On a dry road your overall stopping distance at 50 mph is 53 metres.
On a dry road your overall stopping distance at 40 mph is 36 metres.
On a dry road your BRAKING distance at 50 mph is 38 metres.
Disabled powered wheelchairs or scooters have a max speed of 8mph.
Only use fog lights when visibility is below 100 metres.
On a motorway, you get refective studs in the road - White in between the lanes, amber on the right, red by the hard shoulder on the left, and green between the motorway and slip road.
On a motorway, the national speed limit for cars and motorcycles is 70mph.
On a dual carriageway, the national speed limit for cars and motorcycles is also 70mph.
On a single carriageway, the national speed limit for cars and motorcycles is 60mph.
On a national speed limit road, when towing a trailer or small caravan, the speed limit is 10mph less (60mph on motorway or dual carriageway, 50mph on a single carriageway).
You should not park nearer to a junction than 10 metres.
On some narrow residential streets you may find a speed limit of 20mph.
An MOT certificate is normally valid for 1 year.
A Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) is valid for 12 months.
The maximum fine for driving without insurance is £5000.
If the Police require to see your documents you must take them to a police station within 7 days.
To supervise a learner driver you must be over 21 years old and held a full licence for at least 3 years.
Cars need an MOT test certificate when they are 3 years old.
If a casualty is unconscious, their breathing should be checked for at least 10 seconds.
If a casualty is burned, it should be cooled for at least 10 minutes.
If a casualty is not breathing, chest compressions should be given at the rate of 100 per minute.
If a casualty is not breathing, chest compressions should be given at depth of 4 to 5 centimetres.
If you have broken down on a two way road, a warning triangle should be placed 45 metres from the vehicle.