• May 1, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Q1 What does this sign mean?
    Sign One
    a) Keep in one lane
    b) Give way to oncoming traffic
    c) No overtaking
    d) Form two lanes

    Q2 What is the national speed limit for cars and motorcycles on a dual carriageway?
    a) 50 mph
    b) 60 mph
    c) 70 mph
    d) 80 mph

    Q3 What does this sign mean?
    Sign Two
    a) Roundabout
    b) Waiting restrictions apply
    c) No stopping (Clearway)
    d) No Entry

    Q4 Which of these crossings can a cyclist use while still riding?
    a) Pelican
    b) Equestrian
    c) Puffin
    d) Toucan

    Q5 What does this sign mean?
    Sign Three
    a) Dual carriageway ends
    b) Tall bridge
    c) Road narrows
    d) End of narrow bridge

    Q6 Who can be helped by school crossing patrol officers?
    a) Anyone who wants to cross
    b) Cyclists and children only
    c) Children under 14 only
    d) Adults with young children

    Q7 What does this sign mean?
    Sign Three
    a) No overtaking
    b) No motor vehicles
    c) Clearway (no stopping)
    d) Cars and motorcycles only

    Q8 A single carriageway has this sign. What is the maximum permitted speed for a car?
    Sign Four
    a) 30 mph
    b) 40 mph
    c) 60 mph
    d) 70mph

    How did you do?
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    Q1 The correct answer was c )
    Do not overtake
    Page 106 of The Official Highway Code

    Q2 The correct answer was c )
    70 mph
    Page 40 of The Official Highway Code

    Q3 The correct answer was c )
    No stopping (clearway)
    Page 107 of The Official Highway Code

    Q4 The correct answer was d )
    Toucan
    Page 26 of The Official Highway Code

    Q5 The correct answer was a )
    End of dual carriageway
    Page 108 of The Official Highway Code

    Q6 The correct answer was a )
    Anyone who wants to cross
    Page 6 of The Official Highway Code

    Q7 The correct answer was b )
    No motor vehicles
    Page 106 of The Official Highway Code

    Q8 The correct answer was c )
    60 mph
    Page 40 and 106 of The Official Highway Code

    Your total score is: 0
    Let’s hope someone is confiscating your vehicle keys right now – Get off the road and read The Official Highway Code!

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    Posted by AAylesbury @ 5:40 pm

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