Ireland Driving Test 19

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What should a driver do if their vehicle breaks down or they are involved in a collision in a tunnel?

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Explantion: If your vehicle breaks down or is involved in a collision in a tunnel, switch on your hazard warning lights, switch off your engine, go to an emergency station and use the emergency: phone to alert the tunnel operator.

At road junctions, what type of road users are particularly vulnerable?

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Explantion: Vehicles do not have an automatic right of way at junctions. As a driver you should pay particular attention to vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists and be aware that they are entitled to use the road in safety.

When approaching a junction where a pedestrian is crossing the road what should a driver do?

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Explantion: You should never put a pedestrian at risk, and you must always yield to pedestrians crossing who have started to cross at Junctions.

What should a driver do before turning right from a major road into a minor road?

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Explantion: You must yield to oncoming traffic when turning right from a major road to a minor road.

What should a driver do when entering a tunnel?

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Explantion: As you enter the tunnel, turn on your dipped headlights and if you are wearing sunglasses, take them off. Pay attention for information signs displayed. While you are in the tunnel, keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front — the minimum safe distance for a car or motorcycle is 50 metres and for all other vehicles it's 100 metres.

In slow-moving traffic in a built-up area, what should a driver do when approaching a pedestrian crossing?

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Explantion: When you are in slow moving traffic and approaching a pedestrian crossing, you should not proceed onto the crossing unless you can clear it completely without stopping. Blocking a crossing could inconvenience pedestrians wishing to cross at that point.

When driving through a tunnel what should a driver do?

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Explantion: While you are driving in the tunnel, keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front — the minimum safe distance for a car or motorcycle is 50 metres and for all other vehicles its 100 metres.

In what direction should a driver turn when entering a roundabout?

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Explantion: By law you must enter a roundabout by turning to the left and giving way to traffic already on the roundabout.

What should a driver do if their vehicle breaks down in a tunnel?

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Explantion: If your vehicle breaks down or is involved in a collision in a tunnel, switch on your hazard warning lights, switch off your engine, go to an emergency station and use the emergency phone to alert the tunnel operator.

What should a driver do when entering a tunnel?

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Explantion: Tailgating can be particularly dangerous in a tunnel. The minimum recommended safe distance for a car or motorcycle is 50 metres and is 100 metres for all other vehicles.

What should a driver do in the event of a breakdown or incident in a tunnel?

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Explantion: If your vehicle breaks down or is involved in a collision in a tunnel, switch on your hazard warning lights, switch off your engine, go to an emergency station and use the emergency phone to alert the tunnel operator.

What should a driver do if their vehicle goes on fire in a tunnel?

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Explantion: If your vehicle goes on fire in a tunnel, you should stop the vehicle as soon as possible, evacuate any passengers to a safe place, go to an emergency station and use the emergency phone to alert the tunnel operator.

Where should a vehicle be positioned before turning right?

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Explantion: The correct position to be in before turning right is just left of the centre of the road. Where the road is wide enough, this position allows traffic coming behind you and going straight ahead to pass you safely on the left.

Where two lanes are provided on the approach to a roundabout, which lane should a driver select when they intend taking an exit to the right of the roundabout?

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Explantion: When you approach a roundabout where two lanes are provided, you should choose the most suitable one based on the exit you intend to take off the roundabout The left lane is usually used for vehicles exiting to the left (9 o'clock) or straight ahead (12 o'clock) and the right is for vehicles exiting at any exit after 12 o'clock.

What position should a driver approach a roundabout when intending to take the first exit to the left?

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Explantion: When you intend to take an exit to the left off a roundabout, you should always approach the roundabout in the left lane. Approach with caution and yield to traffic already on the roundabout.

When stopped at traffic lights and the green light comes on but pedestrians are still crossing the road, what should a driver do?

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Explantion: A green traffic light means you should go if the way is clear. If pedestrians are crossing, give way to them and let them finish crossing before proceeding.

What should a driver do if traffic comes to a halt in a tunnel?

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Explantion: If traffic comes to a halt in a tunnel, switch off your engine to prevent a build up of fumes in the tunnel. Stay patient and follow the instructions of the tunnel operators.

A driver sees a cyclist Just ahead who is about to overtake a parked vehicle There is no oncoming traffic, what should a driver do?

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Explantion: You should always read the road ahead and be prepared to react to changing traffic situations — in this case you should allow the cyclist ahead to overtake the parked car first.

What way is an inexperienced learner driver likely to react in traffic situations?

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Explantion: You should be patient when driving behind a learner driver. Learners may not anticipate and react to situations as well as an experienced driver would.

What should a driver do when they see a slow moving vehicle up ahead being driven by a learner driver?

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Explantion: You should be patient when driving behind a learner driver. Learners are not as experienced as other road users and may drive erratically.

What should a driver do when entering a tunnel?

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Explantion: Switch on your dipped headlights as you enter a tunnel.

What should a driver do if their progress is hindered by a cyclist ahead?

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Explantion: You should always be aware of the vulnerability of cyclists and other road users. Give cyclists extra space, especially when are overtaking them — as they may swerve, wobble or change direction.

What should a driver do when they see a slow moving vehicle up ahead being driven by a learner driver?

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Explantion: You should be patient when driving behind a learner driver. Learners are not as experienced as other road users and may drive erratically.

At road junctions, what type of road users are particularly vulnerable?

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Explantion: Vehicles do not have an automatic right of way at Junctions. As a driver you should pay particular attention to vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists and be aware that they are entitled to use the road in safety.

What should a driver do if there is traffic congestion in a tunnel?

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Explantion: If there is traffic congestion in a tunnel, you should switch on hazard lights and remain patient. Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front even in slow-moving traffic. Listen for traffic messages on the tunnel radio station, if available.

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