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How well do you know your Highway Code? 10 Questions.
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According to the Highway Code, if you are approaching a traffic light at red what will be the next colour.
Red and amber
Green and amber
Your car pulls to the side when braking. What should you do, according to the Highway Code?
Change the tyres around
Pump the pedal while braking
Consult your garage as soon as possible
Use the handbrake at the same time
You stop for a pedestrian at a zebra crossing but they do not start to cross. What should you do according to the Highway Code?
Be patient and wait
Sound your horn
Wave them to cross
According to the Highway Code, vehicles fitted with anti-lock brakes are which of the following?
Impossible to skid
Able to be steered while braking
Able to accelerate much faster
Not fitted with a hand brake
You think the driver in front has forgotten to cancel his right indicator. According to the Highway Code what should you do?
Flash your lights
Sound your horn before overtaking
Overtake on the left if there is room
Stay behind and not overtake
According to the Highway Code hazard lights should be used only when which of the following?
Vehicle is broken down or causing an obstruction
Vehicle is faulty and moving slowly
Vehicle is being towed
Vehicle is reversing into a side road
According to the Highway Code a pedestrian with a white stick and red band means the person is which of the following?
Deaf and blind
Travelling in very heavy rain your stopping distance is likely to be which of the following, according to the Highway Code?
Up to 10 times greater
According to the Highway Code holding the clutch pedal down or rolling in neutral for too long will do which of the following?
Use more fuel
Cause the engine to overheat
Reduce your control
Improve tyre wear
What is the National speed limit for cars and motorcycles in the centre lane of a 3 lane motorway, according to the Highway Code?
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