Intensive Driving

Intensive Driving

Updated 15/03/04

Quick Theory

L earning to drive starts with a CLICK

(10)of (12)This is the last 15. How have I done?

1. A pelican crossing that crosses a road in straight line  BUT with a central line island must be treated as ?
a) Two individual crossings
b) One complete crossing during daylight
c) One complete crossing
d) One complete crossing during
darkness

2. Which is the safest way to brake?
a) Firmly, applying your handbrake just before you stop
b) Firmly, selecting neutral as you do and then applying the handbrake once you have stopped
c) Gently, increasing the pressure as you begin to stop and then easing off the brake pedal as you stop
d) Gently, increasing the pressure as you begin to stop. Selecting neutral and THEN easing off the brake pedal as you stop

3. Convex door mirrors
a) Eliminate blind spots
b) Widen your field of view
c) Make following traffic bigger and easier to see
d) Make the speed of other vehicles easier to judge

4. A person herding sheep asks you to stop. You should?
a) Proceed with caution
b) Flash your headlamps to acknowledge them and drive past quickly but CAREFULLY
c) Respect their request  BUT proceed carefully
d) Stop and shut off your engine

5. You approach two horse riders riding side by side. You should realise that?
a) The horse riders are obviously talking to each other
b) The horse nearest the centre of the road is being trained
c) The horse nearest the kerb is being trained
d) This is normal practice

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