Motorcycle Theory Test Case Study 11

You witness an incident involving a car and a motorcycle. The car driver isn't obviously injured but their skin has turned a grey colour, they're sweating and their breathing is rapid and shallow. The motorcyclist is lying against the kerb with his helmet still on. He's conscious but very dazed, bruised and shocked. You leave your own motorcycle standing on the road with the hazard warning lights on. You call the emergency services and stay with both people involved in the incident until the services arrive. You give your contact details to a police officer.

You have 10 minutes to answer 5 questions based on the theory test case study above. Read and understand the scenario before starting the test. You need 4 out of 5 to pass. Good luck!

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