Topics: Band 1 road procedure

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What should a motorway slip road be used for? Band 1 road procedure
Where should a driver position their vehicle before turning left? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in fog. What should you do if you use front fog lights? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re planning to overtake at night? Band 1 road procedure
You’re being overtaken by a heavily laden lorry. What should you do if it’s taking a long time to come past? Band 1 road procedure
When may you stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
When emerging at a junction, what can significantly obstruct a driver’s vision? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if luggage falls from your vehicle while you’re driving on the motorway? Band 1 road procedure
Is it necessary to give a signal when you’re passing parked vehicles? Band 1 road procedure
How should you adjust your speed when you’re joining a busy motorway from a slip road? Band 1 road procedure
During a driving lesson, your vehicle is involved in a collision. What should you do if your pupil is physically unhurt but is suffering from shock? Band 1 road procedure
You’re in a one-way street and intend to go ahead. Unless road markings indicate otherwise, which lane should you use? Band 1 road procedure
You arrive at the scene of a crash. The scene has been made safe and there’s a casualty in a vehicle. What should you do if the casualty is conscious and breathing? Band 1 road procedure
Which lights should you use when you’re driving on a busy, well-lit motorway at night? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway. Something falls from your vehicle. What should you do after you’ve stopped on the hard shoulder or in an emergency refuge area? Band 1 road procedure
When can you park on the verge or footpath? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’re driving on a motorway and begin to feel drowsy? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway. You see a large box fall onto the road from a lorry. What should you do if the lorry doesn’t stop? Band 1 road procedure
You’re at an incident. What should you do for any injured people, once the area is safe? Band 1 road procedure
At an incident, you suspect a casualty has back injuries. What should you do when the area is safe? Band 1 road procedure
You’re at the scene of an incident. Why would you move a casualty who’s unconscious but still breathing? Band 1 road procedure
You arrive at the scene of a car crash. A passenger is bleeding heavily from an arm wound. How should the arm be treated if it’s clear that there are no objects in the wound? Band 1 road procedure
At the scene of an incident, a pedestrian’s leg is bleeding heavily. It’s not broken and there are no objects in the wound. How could you help stop the bleeding? Band 1 road procedure
You arrive at an incident where someone is suffering from severe burns. How could you help? Band 1 road procedure
You arrive at the scene of an incident. There’s been an engine fire. What should you do to help someone whose hands and arms have been burnt? Band 1 road procedure
A casualty has stopped breathing and you’ve started giving them chest compressions. How long should you continue trying to resuscitate them? Band 1 road procedure
You’re the first person to arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash. No other vehicle is involved. The rider is unconscious and lying in the middle of the road. What should you do first? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you have to treat someone for shock at the scene of a collision? Band 1 road procedure
There’s been a crash. What should you do to help a driver who’s suffering from shock? Band 1 road procedure
At an incident, a casualty has stopped breathing. What should you do to help them? Band 1 road procedure
You arrive at a serious motorcycle crash. The scene has been made safe. What’s the first thing you should check on an unconscious rider? Band 1 road procedure
You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash. The rider is injured. When would you remove the rider’s helmet? Band 1 road procedure
A crash has just happened. A casualty is lying in the busy road. What’s the first thing you should do to help? Band 1 road procedure
How should you overtake a horse and rider? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving up to a roundabout. What signal should you give if you’re going ahead and taking the second exit? Band 1 road procedure
You’re on a smart motorway where the active traffic management (ATM) isn’t in operation. When should you use the hard shoulder? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in very heavy rain. How will your overall stopping distance be affected? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following a lorry on a wet road. What should you do if spray makes it difficult to see? Band 1 road procedure
Why should you keep well back before overtaking a large vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do before you make a U-turn in the road? Band 1 road procedure
Where should your headlight beam fall when you’re following another vehicle at night? Band 1 road procedure
When should you hold back and not attempt to overtake a cyclist? Band 1 road procedure
What can cause the most harm to the environment? Band 1 road procedure
What should you check when you’re leaving a motorway after driving at speed for some time? Band 1 road procedure
What does it mean when an area of road is painted with white diagonal stripes and surrounded by a broken white line? Band 1 road procedure
A road-incident casualty has an injured arm that’s bleeding but not broken. Why should the arm be kept in a raised position? Band 1 road procedure
Why are hatch markings painted in the centre of the road? Band 1 road procedure
Why are destination markings painted on the road? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re approaching an unmarked crossroads? Band 1 road procedure
How can you help prevent your car radio from being stolen? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you feel drowsy while you’re driving on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if an injured motorcyclist is lying unconscious in the road? Band 1 road procedure
You want to turn right onto a dual carriageway. What should you do if the central reservation is too small for your vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
Your vehicle breaks down on a very narrow road. Where should you place a red warning triangle? Band 1 road procedure
There’s been a crash and a motorcyclist is lying injured and unconscious. What’s the main reason you should leave their helmet in place? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following a large vehicle around a slight left-hand bend. How would you get the best view of the road ahead? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving down a steep hill on a two-way road. A car is parked ahead on the other side of the road. What should you do if a lorry coming uphill is going to arrive at the parked car at the same time as you? Band 1 road procedure
When may you drive without wearing your seat belt? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving a vehicle towing a trailer on a three-lane motorway. When can you use the right-hand lane? Band 1 road procedure
Your vehicle breaks down while you’re driving on a two-way road. What’s the minimum distance behind your vehicle you should place a warning triangle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in heavy traffic. What should you do if a vehicle is following very closely? Band 1 road procedure
Where is it too dangerous to use a breakdown warning triangle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night on a road that has no street lighting. Which lights must you use? Band 1 road procedure
A pupil asks about driving a right-hand-drive car in a European country where they drive on the right. What should your advice include? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following other vehicles in fog and you have your dipped headlights switched on. How else can you reduce the risk of being involved in a collision? Band 1 road procedure
You’re on a two-lane dual carriageway. When would you use the right-hand lane? Band 1 road procedure
You come to an obstruction on your side of a narrow road. What should you do if there’s oncoming traffic? Band 1 road procedure
How should you signal when you’re going ahead at a roundabout and taking the second exit? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in heavy motorway traffic. What should you do if you’re being followed too closely by the vehicle behind? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you drive through roadworks on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
You’re planning to turn right onto a major road at a Y-junction. Where should you position your vehicle in order to improve your view? Band 1 road procedure
What advice should you give your pupils about turning right around to check blind spots while they’re driving? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the first thing you should do if your car breaks down on a half-barrier level crossing? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’re about to start a journey and you notice it’s snowing heavily? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night with your headlights on main beam. A vehicle overtakes you. When should you dip your headlights? Band 1 road procedure
Where should you take particular care to look for motorcyclists and cyclists? Band 1 road procedure
You’re on a road that’s only wide enough for one vehicle. What should you do if there’s a car coming towards you? Band 1 road procedure
You want to leave the motorway at the next exit. Where should you position your vehicle as you approach the exit? Band 1 road procedure
What should the right-hand lane of a motorway be used for? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway at night. When can you switch off your headlights? Band 1 road procedure
Why should you allow extra room when you’re overtaking a motorcyclist on a windy day? Band 1 road procedure
Your vehicle has broken down on a smart motorway. What should you do if you can’t get it into an emergency refuge area? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on an icy road. What distance should you drive from the car in front? Band 1 road procedure
Which lights should you use if you’re on a wet motorway where there’s surface spray? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a main road. You intend to turn right into a side road. What should you do just before turning? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’ve just been overtaken by a motorcyclist who cuts back in front of you? Band 1 road procedure
When will your overall stopping distance be increased? Band 1 road procedure
You stop for pedestrians waiting to cross at a zebra crossing. What should you do if they don’t start to cross promptly? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if a driver pulls out of a junction, causing you to take avoiding action? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you start to feel tired while you’re driving? Band 1 road procedure
What would you expect to find at a motorway contraflow system? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along a two-way road. What should you be prepared to do if an articulated lorry starts to emerge from a junction on your right? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along a residential road. What should you do if a car is reversing into your path from a driveway on your left? Band 1 road procedure
How should you drive when the roads are icy? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re moving off from behind a parked car? Band 1 road procedure
You’re reversing your car into a side road. When will it present the greatest obstruction to passing traffic? Band 1 road procedure
You’ve stalled in the middle of a level crossing and can’t restart the engine. What should you do if the warning bell starts to ring? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you take a wrong turning that leads you into a one-way street? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in falling snow. What should you do if your wipers aren’t clearing the windscreen? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving in foggy weather? Band 1 road procedure
What could happen if you use front fog lights in clear daytime conditions? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a foggy night. Why should you switch off your rear fog lights as the fog clears? Band 1 road procedure
Your vehicle is broken down on the hard shoulder of a motorway. What should you do if you decide to use your mobile phone to call for help? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the first thing you should do if your vehicle has broken down on an automatic railway level crossing? Band 1 road procedure
You’re waiting at a T-junction. What should you do if you see a vehicle coming from the right with its left indicator flashing? Band 1 road procedure
What advice should you give to a pupil about parking in a driveway? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’re not sure that it’s safe to reverse your vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re parked in a busy high street. What’s the safest way to turn your vehicle around? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a busy main road. What should you do if you find that you’re travelling in the wrong direction? Band 1 road procedure
You intend to turn left into a minor road. What should you do as you approach the junction? Band 1 road procedure
When may you drive over a footpath? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving on a motorway and you miss the exit that you wanted to take? Band 1 road procedure
Your vehicle gets a puncture while you’re driving on the motorway. What should you do when you’ve stopped safely on the hard shoulder or in an emergency refuge area? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along the motorway. What should you do if you have to slow down due to a hazard ahead? Band 1 road procedure
When should drivers use the left-hand lane of a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night. What should you do if you’re dazzled by headlights coming towards you? Band 1 road procedure
It’s a foggy day. What should you do if you have to park your car on the road? Band 1 road procedure
Which lights should you use if you have to park on the road in fog? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on the motorway in windy conditions. What should you do when you’re passing high-sided vehicles? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when it’s windy and you overtake a motorcyclist? Band 1 road procedure
It’s very windy. What should you do if you’re behind a motorcyclist who’s overtaking a high-sided vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night. What should you do if the headlights of a following vehicle are causing dazzle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in town. Why should you be careful if there’s a bus at a bus stop on the other side of the road? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in slow-moving queues of traffic. What should you do just before you change lane? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do just before turning right from a main road into a side road? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving past a line of parked cars. What should you do if a ball suddenly bounces out into the road ahead? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’re driving past parked cars and you notice a bicycle wheel sticking out between the cars? Band 1 road procedure
You’re at the front of a queue of traffic waiting to turn right into a side road. Why is it important to check your offside mirror just before turning? Band 1 road procedure
You want to turn right from a junction. What should you do if your view is restricted by parked vehicles? Band 1 road procedure
You’re reversing into a side road. What should you do if you see a pedestrian crossing the road behind your vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re reversing your car. Which road user will be especially hard to see? Band 1 road procedure
You want to reverse into a side road. What should you do if you’re not sure whether the area behind your car is clear? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if your motorway journey seems boring and you start to feel drowsy? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you feel drowsy while you’re driving? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving towards a left-hand bend on a country road. What should you anticipate if there are no pavements? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along a motorway in heavy rain. What should you be aware of if you see several lorries ahead? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving in a built-up area and you approach a speed hump? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you park facing downhill? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving in falling snow? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re trying to move off on a snow-covered road? Band 1 road procedure
You’re starting a journey in freezing weather. What should you make sure is clear of snow and ice? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in freezing conditions. What should you do when you approach a sharp bend? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the most common cause of skidding? Band 1 road procedure
You’re on a fast, open road in good conditions. How can you judge a safe distance from the vehicle in front? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you can’t see clearly behind when you’re reversing? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you overtake a horse and rider? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if a person herding sheep asks you to stop? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along a country road. What should you do if you see a horse and rider approaching? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night on an unlit road. What should you do if you’re following a slower-moving vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in traffic at the speed limit for the road. What should you do if the driver behind is trying to overtake? Band 1 road procedure
You’re waiting in a traffic queue at night. What should you do to avoid dazzling drivers behind? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if an overtaking vehicle cuts in close in front of you? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving behind a large goods vehicle. What should you do if it signals left but steers to the right? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a clear night, on a road where the national speed limit applies. Which lights should you use if there’s a steady stream of oncoming traffic? Band 1 road procedure
In what conditions should you leave a two-second separation gap? Band 1 road procedure
What does the term ‘blind spot’ mean? Band 1 road procedure
Trams can move both quietly and quickly. What other feature of trams should you be especially aware of? Band 1 road procedure
You’re turning right onto a dual carriageway. What should you do before emerging? Band 1 road procedure
What does the phrase ‘thinking distance’ mean? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway at night. What should you do if you need to slow down because you’re dazzled by headlights? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at 70 mph on a two-lane motorway. You’re overtaking vehicles on your left. What should you do if a vehicle approaches fast from behind? Band 1 road procedure
What should your first action be when you’re approaching a hazard? Band 1 road procedure
Where should you avoid overtaking? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway in daylight. What lights should you use in misty or hazy conditions? Band 1 road procedure
You’re waiting in a side road to cross a dual carriageway. What should you do if your car would safely fit in the gap in the central reservation? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a three-lane motorway. When would you use the right-hand lane? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in a stream of traffic. What should you do if the vehicle behind is too close? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following another vehicle in good weather conditions at 70 mph. What’s the minimum separation distance you should allow? Band 1 road procedure
You’re waiting to turn right onto a main road. The only vehicle in sight is approaching from the right with its left indicator flashing. When should you move out? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at the speed limit, in the right-hand lane of a dual carriageway. A faster car is approaching from behind. What should you do if the driver wishes to overtake? Band 1 road procedure
Where should you position your vehicle when you’re driving in lanes of traffic? Band 1 road procedure
What should a driver do just before they move off? Band 1 road procedure
You intend to turn right at a roundabout. When should you give a left signal? Band 1 road procedure
When can you overtake on the left while you’re driving on a three-lane motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the routine for preparing to move off downhill? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if your vehicle gets a puncture while you’re driving on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving around a left-hand bend at night. Which lights should you use if there’s oncoming traffic? Band 1 road procedure
What is road camber? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a dual carriageway. What’s the first thing you should do if you see a broken-down vehicle in the left-hand lane? Band 1 road procedure
You park facing uphill and apply the parking brake. As an added precaution, you should also leave the car in gear. Which would be the most appropriate gear to select? Band 1 road procedure
You’ve left a motorway after a long period of driving at 70 mph. How is your judgement of speed likely to be affected? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if another vehicle is taking a long time to overtake you? Band 1 road procedure
After a breakdown on the motorway, how should you rejoin the carriageway from the hard shoulder? Band 1 road procedure
What’s usually the speed limit on a road that has street lights? Band 1 road procedure
Normally, how far apart are emergency telephones on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the first thing you should do after emerging from a junction, turning either left or right? Band 1 road procedure
Which lane should you use when you’re going ahead at a roundabout that has two lanes on the approach and no lane direction arrows? Band 1 road procedure
What should you teach your pupils to do before they emerge from a road junction? Band 1 road procedure
Where should you position your car as you approach a sharp left-hand bend? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night. When would you dip your headlights earlier than normal? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving a car at night. The vehicle behind starts to overtake. When should you dip your headlights? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a country road. What should you be prepared for if there are no pavements? Band 1 road procedure
You want to reverse park a car between two vehicles on the side of the road. As a guide, what would be the minimum size for a suitable parking space? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a two-lane motorway. What should you do if a lorry is taking a long time to overtake you? Band 1 road procedure
How should you treat a zebra crossing that’s split by an island? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the most important factor affecting the speed you choose to drive? Band 1 road procedure
When leaving a motorway, many drivers fail to realise how fast they’re going. How can you make sure you’re not driving too fast? Band 1 road procedure
Where should you position the car when you’re driving in traffic lanes? Band 1 road procedure
When should drivers use the centre lane of a three-lane motorway? Band 1 road procedure
You’re turning right across a dual carriageway from a side road. What should you do if the gap in the central reservation isn’t wide enough to contain your vehicle? Band 1 road procedure