Ireland Driving Test 10

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What should the driver be conscious of in this situation?

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Explantion: It is often difficult to predict other road users' behaviour. Where there are parked vehicles on both sides of the road you should approach with caution, and be prepared to react to a change in the traffic situation and to stop.

How should a driver overtake the cyclist in this situation?

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Explantion: Where there are two lines in the centre of the road, you must obey the one closest to you. So. if the closest line is a broken white line, by law you may overtake, so long as it is safe to do so.

What action should the driver take?

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Explantion: By law you must stop at a Stop line (or at a Stop sign if there is no Stop line), and wait for other traffic to clear before proceeding.

Why might it be dangerous to drive on a poorly-lit street?

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Explantion: When you are driving along a poorly-lit street, you should take extra care - vulnerable road users such as pedestrians might not be easy to see. You should always be prepared to react to react to any change in the traffic situation and to the hazards such as those posed by unlit parked vehicles.

What should the driver do when approaching this situation?

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Explantion: It is often difficult to predict other road users' behaviour. You should be prepared in case the pedestrian steps onto the road and the silver car stops suddenly.

A driver wants to pull out of a driveway and turn right onto the road. At the same time a cyclist is approaching from the right and a pedestrian wants to cross. Who must wait?

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Explantion: By law you must give way to other road users, including pedestrians and cyclists, when you are entering or leaving a driveway.

What danger should a driver allow for over the brow of this hill?

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Explantion: On the approach to the brow of a hill you should be extra careful and be prepared to react to a change in the traffic situation.

What should you do when approaching traffic lights that change from green to amber?

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Explantion: When you are approaching a set of traffic lights showing green, you should take care and be prepared to stop if the amber light comes on.

When intending to turn right as shown, what should the car driver do?

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Explantion: When you are driving on a main road, you have priority over traffic emerging from side roads. But it is important to understand that the right of way is not an absolute right and you must proceed with caution and showing regard for other road users.

Why might it be dangerous to drive on a poorly-lit street?

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Explantion: When you are driving along a poorly-lit street, you should take extra care - vulnerable road users such as pedestrians might not be easy to see. You should always be prepared to react to react to a change in the traffic situation.

What danger should a driver allow for over the brow of this hill?

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Explantion: On the approach to the brow of a hill you should be extra careful and be prepared to react to a change in the traffic situation.

What should a driver do if dazzled by the lights of an oncoming vehicle?

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Explantion: If you are dazzled by the lights of oncoming traffic, turn your eyes to the left edge of the road. If necessary, stop and allow your eyes to recover before driving on.

What should a driver do when travelling behind this vehicle?

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Explantion: You should always read the road ahead and be prepared to react to the changing traffic situation as you approach junctions.

What should the driver do?

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Explantion: At a cross junction of equal importance the traffic approaching from the right has priority. It is important to understand that the right of way is not an absolute right. You must proceed with caution while showing regard for other road users.

The driver intends to turn right at this junction - what should the driver do?

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Explantion: When you are turning right at a junction, you should yield to traffic on the major road, and to oncoming traffic at the junction.

What does a broken white line in the centre of the road mean?

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Explantion: By law, you may cross a broken white line to overtake or avoid an obstruction, as long as it is safe to do so.

What should a driver be aware of in this situation?

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Explantion: You should show extra care when approaching cyclists who are about to exit from a cycle lane and join the roadway.

The driver intends to turn right at this junction - what should the driver do?

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Explantion: When you are turning right at a junction, you should yield to traffic on the major road, and to oncoming traffic at the junction. You must stop at the line where a junction is controlled by a Stop sign and Stop line. Do not proceed until it is safe to do so.

The driver intends to turn left at this junction - what should the driver do?

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Explantion: Do not overtake a cyclist as you approach a junction at which you are turning left. The cyclist might be continuing ahead. Cyclists are vulnerable road users and may be unstable in slow-moving traffic and at junctions. Give them more room.

What danger should a driver allow for over the brow of this hill?

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Explantion: On the approach to the brow of a hill you should be extra careful and be prepared to react to a change in the traffic situation.

Which car, if any, is parked incorrectly ?

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Explantion: It is an offence to park within 15 metres before or 5 metres after a pedestrian crossing. Parking in this manner may restrict the zone of vision of drivers approaching the crossing and endanger pedestrians.

When intending to turn right as shown, what should the car driver do?

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Explantion: When you are turning right from a main road onto a side road, you must by law give way to oncoming traffic on the main road.

What lights should a driver use in a fog?

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Explantion: When driving in fog you should switch on your front and rear fog lights along with dipped headlights. You should not drive in fog with full beam headlights on.

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