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A There's a T-junction ahead
B There's a crossroads and a double bend ahead
C There's a staggered junction ahead
D Traffic is merging from the left
Correct Answer: B There's a crossroads and a double bend ahead
Explanation: You'll see a sign warning you to slow down when you're approaching a part of the road where you need to be especially careful. For example, as you approach a roundabout, a crossroads or a bend.
If you're travelling on a major road and coming up to a junction with a minor road, you should slow down - even if you don't want to turn. This is because another driver at the junction may not be able to see clearly and they could pull out in front of you.
Check your speed as you approach a junction or a bend and be prepared to slow down or stop.
A To warn of hazards ahead
B To warn you not to change lanes
C To warn you the speed limit has changed
D To warn you there's a speed camera ahead
Correct Answer: A To warn of hazards ahead
Explanation: White lines painted on the road give you information about where you may drive and when.
The broken white line marks the boundary between lanes on your side of the dual carriageway. But when the lines start to lengthen, with shorter gaps, this warns you of a hazard coming up - like a sharp bend.
Watch out for changes in the road markings so you can prepare for the hazard ahead.
A Move out when an approaching driver flashes their headlights
B Move partly into the central reservation and wait until it's safe to turn
C Turn left and find a suitable place to turn around.
D Wait until the road is clear in both directions before turning
Correct Answer: D Wait until the road is clear in both directions before turning
Explanation: Before turning right onto a dual carriageway, you must assess whether the central reservation is deep enough to contain your vehicle. If so, you can cross into the central reservation when it's clear, and wait there until it's safe to join the carriageway.
If you're towing a trailer or a caravan, the combined length of your vehicles will probably be too long to sit safely in the central reservation. So, you must wait until it's clear in both directions before joining the dual carriageway.