05.08.19 - Ross What does this signal mean?Cars must stopTrams must stopBoth trams and cars must stopBoth trams and cars can continue How can you reduce the environmental harm of your vehicle?Only use it for short journeysDon't service it regularlyDrive faster than normalKeep engine revs low Why do MOT tests include a strict exhaust emissions test?To recover the cost of expensive garage equipmentTo help protect the environment against pollutionTo discover which fuel supplier is used mostTo make sure diesel and petrol engines emit the same fumes When will you feel the effects of engine braking?When you only use the handbrakeWhen you're in neutralWhen you change to a higher gearWhen you change to a lower gear When can you enter a box junction?When there are fewer than two vehicles aheadWhen signalled by another road userWhen your exit road is clearWhen traffic signs direct to you What does this sign mean?Give way to oncoming vehiclesApproaching traffic passes you on both sidesTurn off at the next available junctionPass either side to get to the same destination In which conditions are your anti-lock brakes most unlikely to prevent skidding?In foggy conditionsAt night on unlit roadsOn loose road surfacesOn dry tarmac Your vehicle has a puncture on a motorway. What should you do?Drive slowly to the next service area to get assistancePull up on the hard shoulder. Change the wheel as quickly as possible.Pull up on the hard shoulder. Use the emergency phone to get assistance.Switch on your hazard warning lights. Stop in your lane. A single carriageway road has this sign. What's the maximum permitted speed for a car towing a trailer?30 mph40 mph50 mph60 mph What's the legal minimum depth of tread for car tyres?1 mm1.6 mm2.5 mm4 mm You're on a motorway. There's a contraflow system ahead. What would you expect to find?Temporary traffic lightsLower speed limitsWider lanes than normalSpeed humps In which conditions will your overall stopping distance increase?In the rainIn fogAt nightIn strong winds What can a loose filler cap on your diesel fuel tank cause?It can make the engine difficult to startIt can make the roads slippery for other road usersIt can improve your vehicle's fuel consumptionIt can increase the level of exhaust emissions You're turning left into a side road. What hazard should you be especially aware of?One way streetPedestriansTraffic congestionParked vehicles What will happen if your car's wheels are unbalanced?The steering will pull to one sideThe steering will vibrateThe brakes will failThe tyres will deflate You're driving on a motorway at night. When may you switch off your headlights?When there are vehicles close in front of youWhen you're travelling below 50 mphWhen the motorway is litWhen your vehicle is broken down on the hard shoulder You're approaching a red traffic light. What will the signal show next?Red and amberGreen aloneAmber aloneGreen and amber You're driving on an open road in dry weather. What should the distance be between you and the vehicle in front?A two-second time gapOne car lengthTwo metresTwo car lengths When are anti-lock brakes (ABS) most effective?When you keep pumping the foot brake to prevent skiddingWhen you brake normally but grip the steering wheel tightlyWhen you brake promptly and firmly until you've stoppedWhen you apply the handbrake to reduce the stopping distance You've been in an argument that has made you feel angry. What should you do before starting your journey?Open a windowTurn on your radioHave an alcoholic drinkCalm down What's the right-hand lane used for on a three-lane motorway?Emergency vehicles onlyOvertakingVehicles towing trailersCoaches only Time is Up!