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A He's blind
B He's deaf
C He's deaf and blind
D He's physically disabled
Correct Answer: C He's deaf and blind
Explanation: It's not always possible to spot a pedestrian with a disability. But when a person is using a white cane, they're probably visually impaired. There are two types of white cane
  • A plain white cane means the person is blind or visually impaired
  • A white cane with a red band means the person is blind and deaf or hearing impaired
You should always drive carefully where there are pedestrians, but take extra care when you see someone who is disabled. Be patient as they may not be able to see or hear you and they may be slow crossing the road.
A Be ready to slow down or stop to allow pedestrians to cross
B Slow down and wave the pedestrians across
C Sound your horn to warn the pedestrians
D Speed up to get past the crossing
Correct Answer: A Be ready to slow down or stop to allow pedestrians to cross
Explanation: You should always drive slowly where there are pedestrians; for example, in a town centre or on a housing estate.
As you approach a crossing, you should look out for pedestrians who are ready to cross. Slow down and be ready to stop. You should also look out for people who are approaching the crossing. They may suddenly decide to use it so you must be ready to stop.
A When the driver behind you sounds their horn
B When the oncoming car moves off
C When the pedestrians have cleared your side of the road
D When the pedestrians have completely crossed
Correct Answer: D When the pedestrians have completely crossed
Explanation: When a pedestrian uses a crossing, you must wait until they've safely crossed before you can continue driving.
When the pedestrian is on the crossing, do not try to hurry them by edging forward or sounding your horn. Be patient and only move off when they've safely reached the other pavement.