Here are some questions with answers the majority of drivers should give.
Q. What is the correct manoeuvre to get to your exit on a roundabout?
A. Make a beeline for your exit regardless of any signs, road markings, or vehicles. Indicators are not required.
Q. When a vehicle is on a roundabout and you are waiting to come on, what should you do?
A. Put your foot down and speed onto the roundabout ahead of the vehicle.
Q. When you are traveling down a motorway, in the left hand lane, and a car is trying to enter the motorway and there are no vehicles on your outside. What do you do?
A. Stay in lane and stuff the oncoming vehicle.
Q. What is the correct lane to travel down a motorway?
Q. If you need to change lanes but there is no space available for you. What should you do?
A. Barge into the lane with no indication.
Q. If there are double yellow lines on a road, where should you park?
A. Anywhere that you wish, regardless of any road markings or signs.
Q. If you are travelling on a dual carriage way or there are multiple lanes at a junction. What should you do?
A. Drive down the middle of the two lanes.
Q. Can you exit a motorway from the middle lane?
Q. Are seat belts required in a car?
Q. What should you do if your mobile phone rings and you haven't got a handsfree kit?
A. Hunt for your phone about your body and answer it, whilst still driving.
Q. What should you do if the traffic lights you are approaching change to red?
A. Put your foot down and speed through the lights like lightening.
Q. You would like to park on a narrow road. Where is the best place to park?
A. Opposite another vehicle.
Q. When indicating to perform a manoeuvre do you have the right of way regardless?
Q. Should you look for vehicles when you are wishing to exit your car into the road?
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