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ESOL for Driving Sample questions from the Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins units of the Driving Theory syllabus. Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins 1 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins Mark one answer When should you especially check the engine oil level?

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ESOL for Driving

Sample questions from the Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins units of the Driving Theory syllabus.

Safety & Your Vehicle

and

Safety Margins


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1 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark one answer

When should you especially check the engine oil level?

When the engine is hot

Before a long journey

Every 6000 miles

Early in the morning

Click the writing to listen. Type X next to the correct answers. If correct, the X will turn blue.


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2 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark four answers

Which FOUR of these MUST be in good working order for your car to be roadworthy?

Speedometer

Temperature gauge

Windscreen wiper

Windscreen washers

Horn

Oil warning light


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3 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark three answers

Which THREE does the law require you to keep in good condition?

Transmission

Gears

Windscreen

Headlights

Seatbelts


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4 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark one answer

What can cause heavy steering?

Badly worn brakes

Driving on ice

Under-inflated tyres

Over-inflated tyres


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5 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark two answers

Which TWO are badly affected if the tyres are under-inflated?

Steering

Braking

Parking

Changing gear


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6 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark one answer

In some narrow residential streets you will find a speed limit of

25 mph

20 mph

40 mph

35 mph


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7 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark two answers

How should you dispose of a used vehicle battery?

Put it in the dustbin

Take it to a local authority site

Leave it on waste land

Break it into pieces

Burn it on a fire

Take it to a garage


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8 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark two answers

Which TWO of the following will improve fuel consumption?

Planning well ahead

Reducing your road speed

Driving in lower gears

Late and harsh breaking

Rapid acceleration

Short journeys with a cold engine


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9 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark one answers

You cannot see clearly behind when reversing. What should you do?

Open the door and look behind

Open your window to look behind

Ask someone to guide you

Look in the nearside mirror


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10 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark one answer

Your vehicle is fitted with anti-lock brakes. To stop quickly in an emergency you should

Brake rapidly and firmly without releasing the brake pedal

Brake firmly and pump the brake pedal on and off

Brake rapidly once, and immediately release the brake pedal

Brake gently and pump the brake pedal on and off


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11 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark two answers

Anti-lock breaks may not work as effectively if the road surface is

Loose

Dry

Good

Wet

Firm


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12 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark one answer

When driving in falling snow you should

Be ready to steer sharply

Brake firmly and quickly

Brake gently in plenty of time

Use sidelights only


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13 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark one answer

You are trying to move off on snow. You should use

The highest gear you can

The lowest gear you can

The handbrake and footbrake together

A high engine speed


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14 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark one answer

In windy conditions you need to take extra care when

Making a hill start

Using the brakes

Passing pedal cyclists

Turning into a narrow road


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15 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark one answer

Your indicators may be difficult to see in bright sunlight. What should you do?

Give an arm signal as well as using your indicator

Put your indicator on earlier

Turn as quickly as you can

Touch the brake several times to show the stop lights


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16 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark one answer

How can you use the engine of your vehicle as a brake?

By selecting reverse gear

By changing to a lower gear

By selecting neutral gear

By changing to a higher gear


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17 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark two answers

You wish to park facing DOWNHILL. Which TWO of the following should you do?

Park close to the bumper of another car

Turn the steering wheel towards the kerb

Put the handbrake on firmly

Park with two wheels on the kerb

Turn the steering wheel away from the kerb


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18 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark three answers

You should not overtake when

In a one-way street

Intending to turn left shortly afterwards

Driving up a long hill

Approaching a junction

The view ahead is blocked


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19 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark two answers

How can you tell if you are driving on ice?

The tyres make hardly any noise

The tyres make a rumbling noise

The steering becomes lighter

The steering becomes heavier


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20 of 20 Safety & Your Vehicle and Safety Margins

Mark one answer

Unbalanced wheels on a car may cause

The steering to vibrate

The steering to pull to one side

The tyres to deflate

The brakes to fail


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