Theory Test Case Study 2

You're driving in heavy traffic. It has rained, but now bright sun is causing glare on the wet road. A car overtakes, then pulls back sharply into the traffic just in front of you. Further on, there's a roundabout with two lanes on approach. You need to take the first exit, turning left. A large vehicle in front signals left but straddles both lanes. The traffic is still heavy, and there's a zebra crossing up ahead. People are waiting to cross.

You have 10 minutes to answer 5 multiple choice questions based on the case study above. Read this carefully and make sure you understand the scenario before starting the test. You need to score 4 out of 5 to pass.

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1. If affected by the road conditions, how should you react? Mark one answer
A Slow down and, if necessary, stop
B Speed up to get out of the sunlight
C Turn around and go back home
D Turn on your hazard warning lights
Correct Answer: A Slow down and, if necessary, stop
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2. What should you do about the overtaking vehicle? Mark one answer
A Become upset, slow down and use the horn
B Feel annoyed, speed up and use the horn
C Remain calm, slow down and increase the gap
D Stay focused, speed up and reduce the gap
Correct Answer: C Remain calm, slow down and increase the gap
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3. How should you be positioned as you approach the roundabout? Mark one answer
A In the left-hand lane while signalling left
B In the left-hand lane without signalling
C In the right-hand lane while signalling right
D In the right-hand lane without signalling
Correct Answer: A In the left-hand lane while signalling left
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4. Why is the large vehicle taking this position? Mark one answer
A The driver isn't sure which way to go
B The indicators aren't working properly
C The load being carried is extremely heavy
D The vehicle needs more room to turn
Correct Answer: D The vehicle needs more room to turn
Explanation:
5. What should you do at the zebra crossing? Mark one answer
A Inch forward slowly as the pedestrians cross
B Rev the engine until the pedestrians cross
C Stop and then wave the pedestrians across
D Stop and wait for the pedestrians to cross
Correct Answer: D Stop and wait for the pedestrians to cross
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