Video Clip Test 2

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A No overtaking
B No stopping
C There's a hazard ahead
D They mark the centre of the road
Correct Answer: C There's a hazard ahead
Explanation: White lines painted on the road give you information about where you may drive and when.
A line that lengthens, with shortened gaps, means there's a hazard ahead. For example, it may mean there's a sharp bend coming up.
If you need to overtake another vehicle or turn, you must make sure that the road ahead is clear before you cross the lines.
A Overtake straight after the oncoming car passes
B Sound your horn and make the tractor pull over
C Speed up and overtake before you get to the bend
D Stay behind and wait until you have a clear view
Correct Answer: D Stay behind and wait until you have a clear view
Explanation: You need to be patient when you're waiting to pass a slow-moving vehicle like a tractor.
Sometimes the driver will pull over to the left to allow you to pass more easily, but they may not always be able to do this.
To pass safely, you need a good view of the road ahead. So, stay far enough behind the tractor to allow this view. When you can see that the road ahead is clear, you should check your mirrors and only overtake if it's safe to do so.
Never overtake when you're approaching a bend, the brow of a hill or where there's a dip in the road.
A To tell you not to overtake
B To warn you it has a wide load
C To warn you it's a slow-moving vehicle
D To warn you it's breaking down
Correct Answer: C To warn you it's a slow-moving vehicle
Explanation: Many vehicles have coloured flashing lights that tell you the vehicle's function or how it will behave.
Slow-moving vehicles use flashing amber beacons to warn other road users of their slow speed; for example, tractors, roadwork vehicles and bin lorries.
You should be patient when trying to overtake slow-moving vehicles.