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  1. What is the point of turn when turning right into a side road?
    When our door mirrors are in line with the white line in the center of the road we are turning into.

  2. When selecting a safe place to pull up what are we looking for?
    Safe (not on a bend, brow of a hill, dip in the road or 10 metres to a junction), Convenient (not blocking a drive, a dip in the kerb for wheel chairs an pushchairs to cross the road or opposite another car), Legal (not on a double yellow line, in a freeway, on a pedestrian crossing)
  3. What mirrors must we check before pulling up next to the kerb?
    Middle and left.

  4. When changing lane on a dual carriage way what routine must we use?
    M.S.M, Mirrors, Signal, Manoeuvre

  5. What routine do we use when approaching a hazard such as a bend in the road, brow of a hill, dip in the road, children next to the road ?
    M.S.M, Mirrors, Signal (brake lights), Manoeuvre (slow down)
  6. What can we anticipate a motorcycle or push bike my do without warning?
    Swerve to avoid a pothole or manhole cover. Manhole cover get slippery when wet.

  7. Before moving off at traffic lights or roundabouts what must we check?
    Mirrors, middle right if going ahead, middle left if turning left.
  8. What is the point of turn when turning right into a side road?
    When our door mirrors are in line with the white line in the center of the road we are turning into.

  9. Approaching a roundabout what gear should we be in normally? and when?
    Second gear about seven car lengths from the roundabout, this is when we should start looking to the right assessing when to join the roundabout.

  10. When turning right at the end of a one way street, what lane should we be in?
    The right hand lane, leaving the left hand lane free for those turning left.

  11. When approaching an obstruction on our side of the road what must we give to traffic approaching us from the front?
    Give them priority, if we make them change speed or direction we will fail!

  12. When approaching the Mount farm double roundabouts from the right to follow the road ahead on both roundabouts, what lane should we we approach the first roundabout & the second roundabout?

    • Left lane then right lane, check mirrors before changing lanes!
  13. When approaching a pedestrian crossing, what routine should we use?
    Check mirrors, middle & right, slow down, scan road, if safe proceed through crossing, check mirrors, middle & right speed up.
  14. Where do you position the car when turning left into a narrow road?
    More to the right of your side of the road to allow you more turning room to enter the road.

  15. Approaching the B & Q roundabout what lane should we be in heading for central Bletchley when coming off the Ikea
    The middle lane

  16. When do you start slowing down when leaving the A5 or other dual carriage ways with slip roads?
    When you are on the slip road, not before unless traffic is backing up from the slip road?

  17. Approaching the Ikea roundabout coming out of Bletchley, what lane must we be in when turning right?
    The right hand lane. You must use it, if you cant get into the lane go ahead if in the middle lane.

  18. What rule can you use to asses if you are far enough from the car in front for a safe stopping distance, how does this change in the wet and ice and snow?
    The two second rule, double it for wet weather and increase even more up to 20 seconds for snow and ice.

  19. Approaching the Agora roundabout, with the bus station on our left, what lane can we use to turn right towards the train station?
    The left hand lane, staying to the left as we go round the roundabout.
  20. What lane should you be in approaching a roundabout to turn right?
    Generally the right, but watch for road directional signs on the approach.

  21. Where would you position the car in the road when meeting traffic and the obstruction is on your side of the road?
    Left of the center lane and two car lengths away from the obstruction.
  22. When would you use a chin to shoulder check?
    Checking your blind spot before changing lanes on a dual carriage way.
  23. When stopped in traffic, how far from the car in front should we be? How can we judge this distance?
    Half a car length. We should be able to see tyres and tarmac.
  24. When stopped at traffic lights and being the lead car what must we do?
    Apply the handbrake!

  25. When stopped at a pedestrian crossing and being the lead car what must we do?
    Apply the handbrake!

  26. What's the difference between a pause and wait? And what should we do differently?
    Pause is less than approximately 7 seconds, wait is longer, if we are having to wait we should apply the handbrake.
  27. What must our actions not do to other road user?
    Make them slow down, swerve or swear. Can make them slow down if we have priority.

  28. What lane should we use approaching a roundabout with four exits to follow the road ahead?
    The left or middle lane, head for the left lane, on some roundabouts this then splits into middle and left.
  29. What lane should we use when turning right at the Ikea roundabout heading for central Bletchley? What lane should we be in coming off? We are approaching from the left with Ikea on our left hand side and exiting at the bottom.

    The right lane on the approach and the middle coming off. Start close to the roundabout and let the white line marking drift you out. Don't forget to indicate on approach and exit

  30. What is the difference between a solid white line on the road at a T junction and a double broken line?
    You must STOP at a solid white line, you may proceed without stopping at a double broken line if it is safe
  31. What does the last M stand for in the MSM routine? and explain what it means
    Manoeuvre, any change in speed or direction.
  32. On dual carriage way where do we position the car in the lane we a driving in?
    In the center of our lane.

  33. If approaching a crossroad on the side road and wishing to turn right and the main road is clear, if there is a car facing us in the road we intend to enter wishing to go ahead, who has priority? and why?
    He does, because we are cutting across his path.
  34. How far from the kerb should we be when driving normally if the road is wide enough?
    1 meter, if the road is too narrow for this keep the central white line in the middle of the road in the bottom right hand side of the window screen.

  35. Before pulling away from the side of the road where must we look?
    All round the car checking the blind spots. Starting nearest the kerb.

  36. Before braking what must we check?
    Mirrors, middle always first!

  37. What does a flashing amber light mean on traffic lights at a pedestrian crossing?
    Proceed if its safe to do so. If there are no pedestrian on the crossing you may go.

  38. When approaching the bottle dump roundabout heading for Buckingham, what lane must we be in? What do we do if in the wrong lane?
    The right hand lane, if you are in the left lane you MUST GO LEFT.
  39. If approaching the Redmoor roundabout, with Primak, MK Dons stadium ahead of us, and asked to follow signs for Central Bletchley. What lane should we be in and what exit do we need?

    Approach in the middle lane, third exit.
  40. If approaching the Redmoor roundabout, with Primark, MK Dons Stadium ahead of us, and asked to follow signs for A5 Dunstable. What lane should we be in and what exit do we need?

    Approach left lane, second exit.

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