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1. Your car catches fire. What should you do first?


2. In freezing conditions you should expect stopping distances to increase by up to


3. Why are mirrors often slightly curved (convex)?


4. You stop for pedestrians waiting to cross at a zebra crossing. They do not start to cross. What should you do?


5. On a motorway what is used to reduce traffic bunching?



6. Traffic calming measures are used to


7. In which situations should you avoid overtaking


8. Which of the following statements about blind spots is true?


9. You must NOT sound your horn


10. You are driving your car and there is the first shower of rain for weeks. What is the greatest danger to you


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