The Highway Code
What can you remember of The Highway Code that applies in England, Scotland and Wales? 10 Questions.
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When should pedestrians walk on the right-hand side of the road?
Usually where there is no pavement or footpath
On an organised march
At sharp right-hand bends
Learner drivers must be supervised by someone at least what age who has held a licence for at least how long?
18 and 1 year
20 and 2 years
21 and 3 years
Drivers must be able to read a (new-style) vehicle number plate from what distance?
What are you NOT allowed to do if you are learning to ride a motorcycle?
Ride a solo motorcycle up to 125cc after basic training
Carry a pillion passenger or pull a trailer
Who is responsible for ensuring an adult passenger wears a seat belt?
The vehicle's owner
What is the correct order for checking your mirrors and other actions when changing speed or direction in your vehicle?
Mirrors - Signal - Manoeuvre
Signal - Mirrors - Manoeuvre
Signal - Manoeuvre - Mirrors
The presence of street lights usually indicates what speed limit unless there are signs stating otherwise?
At 40 miles per hour what is the typical overall stopping distance on a dry road, with good brakes and an alert driver?
23 metres or about 6 car lengths
36 metres or about 9 car lengths
53 metres or 13 car lengths
Assuming there is no danger from other road users, when are you allowed to use your car horn?
When your vehicle is stationary
Between 11.30 pm and 7.00 am in a built-up area
When your vehicle is moving and you need to warn another road user of your presence
Warning signs usually contain information within what shape?
A red triangle
A blue circle
A red circle
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