Ireland Driving Test 22

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What should a driver do if they arrive at the scene of a collision and a person is bleeding heavily?

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Explantion: If you arrive at the scene of a collision and someone is bleeding heavily, you can try to stop the flow of blood by putting on a fight bandage. Call the emergency services (on 999 or 112) or make sure that someone else has called them.

Who should first be contacted where a person has been injured in a collision?

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Explantion: Where somebody has been injured in a collision, it is important to call the emergency services immediately on 999 or 112. Trained emergency services personnel know best how to attend to injured persons.

What must a driver do when involved in a collision where there is minor damage done to the vehicles?

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Explantion: If you are involved in a collision you must exchange details with the other driver. no matter how minor the damage is. What may look like minor damage at the time may turn out to be more serious when the vehicles are being repaired. Report the incident to the Gardaí.

What should a driver do if they arrive at the scene of a collision involving a vehicle carrying hazardous materials?

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Explantion: If you arrive at the scene of a collision involving a vehicle carrying hazardous materials, you should keep well clear of the scene. Call the emergency services on 999 or 112 and give them as much information as you can about the marking labels on the vehicle. You should also warn other road users about the danger.

What danger can arise if a driver has to brake suddenly?

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Explantion: When you brake suddenly, the balance of weight of the vehicle is shifted forward. and this may cause the occupants and any loose objects in the vehicle to be thrown forward.

If a driver is involved in a collision, when should they inform their insurance company?

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Explantion: If you are involved in an incident with another vehicle, you should inform your insurance company as soon as possible. This will help with any claims that may be made by another party against your insurance company.

Who should be contacted where a driver is involved in a collision where a person is injured?

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Explantion: If you are involved in a collision where someone has been injured, contact the emergency services immediately on 999 or 112. Trained emergency services personnel know best how to attend to injured persons.

Is a driver still insured to drive their vehicle after their insurance policy has expired?

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Explantion: All drivers must have insurance covering them to drive a vehicle on a public road. The vehicle must display an up-to-date insurance disc. Insurance companies insist that the premium must be paid before the renewal date.

If a driver is involved in a collision with an uninsured visiting motorist, where nobody is injured, who should it be reported to?

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Explantion: If you are involved in any type of collision, you should always report it to the Gardai and to your insurance company.

What information must a driver give in order to obtain insurance cover on a vehicle?

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Explantion: All drivers must have insurance covering them to drive a vehicle on a public road. The law imposes a duty on drivers to give their insurance company any relevant information before driving a vehicle.

How can a driver assist a motorcyclist who is in shock on the road following an incident?

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Explantion: If you arrive at the scene of a collision, always call the emergency services on 999 or 112. Only properly trained persons should assist victims at the scene of an incident. If a victim is conscious, you may help put them in the recovery position until the emergency services arrive. Never move a collision victim unless there is a danger of fire or of a vehicle turning over.

What is the minimum insurance cover which is required to drive a vehicle on a public road?

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Explantion: As a motorist must have a minimum of third party insurance. This indemnifies you against any claim made against you.

What type of drink should be given to a person who has been injured in a collision?

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Explantion: A person who has been injured in a collision should not be given anything to drink, as this could cause them to choke. Only trained personnel should attend to an injured person. Call the emergency services (on 999 or 112) or make sure that someone else has called them.

What should a driver do when involved in an incident where nobody is injured but the vehicles are causing a danger or obstruction on the road?

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Explantion: In a collision where nobody is injured and there is only minor damage to vehicles, the vehicles should be moved to the side of the road to ensure that they do not cause an obstruction or endanger other road users.

If a driver passes their test using a vehicle with automatic transmission, which vehicles are they licensed to drive?

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Explantion: If you pass your driving test in an automatic or adapted vehicle. your full licence will apply to that type of vehicle only. A licence restricted to automatic vehicles will have a code 78 indicated in the restrictions / information column of the licence.

If the owner of a vehicle has had the engine capacity of the vehicle altered, what should they do?

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Explantion: The law imposes a duty on drivers to give their insurance company any relevant information before driving a vehicle. This includes details of any modifications made to the vehicle. In the case of a change of engine capacity, you must inform the local Motor Taxation Office, as different rates of motor tax may apply.

When a driver wishes to drive a vehicle and they are not sure if they are covered by insurance, what should they do?

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Explantion: If you are in any doubt about your insurance cover, you should discuss the matter with your insurance company. It is a serious offence to drive a vehicle that is not insured.

What should a driver do to assist a person who is unconscious following a collision?

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Explantion: If a person is unconscious following a collision, you should loosen tight clothing around the their neck and keep them warm with a blanket or overcoat until the emergency services arrive. Call the emergency services (on 999 or 112) or make sure that someone else has called them.

What should a driver do to avoid the need for harsh braking?

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Explantion: You should know what speed you're travelling at and you should always drive at a speed that is appropriate to the conditions you are driving in. and you should be able to stop smoothly and safely within the distance you can see to be clear ahead.

What should a driver do if involved in a collision with another vehicle where nobody is injured?

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Explantion: If a you are involved in a collision with another vehicle where nobody is injured. you should exchange all the relevant details with the other driver— including name, address, vehicle registration. make and model and all insurance details.

If a driver wishes to drive another privately-owned vehicle but they are uncertain if they are insured to drive, what should they do?

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Explantion: If you are in any doubt about your insurance cover, you should discuss the matter with your insurance company. It is a serious offence to drive a vehicle that is not insured.

What should a driver do if involved in an incident where they feel it was the fault of another driver?

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Explantion: If you are involved in any sort of incident with another motorist you should always exchange insurance details with the other driver and take note of the other vehicle's make and model, colour and registration number. Report the incident to the Gardaí. In a collision where nobody is injured and there is only minor damage to vehicles, the vehicles should be moved to the side of the road to ensure that they do not cause an obstruction or endanger other road users.

What should a driver do if involved in an incident where there is damage to property only?

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Explantion: If you are involved in an incident where the only damage is to property (for example, a garden wall or fence or a parked car), you must report it to the owner or to the person in charge of the property, or to the Gardai if nearby. If you cannot do this, you should report the incident to a Garda station as soon as possible.

What should a driver do where a person has been injured in a collision?

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Explantion: Never move an injured person at the scene of a collision unless there is a risk of fire or further injury. Moving an injured person could add to their injuries. Trained personnel know best how to attend to injured persons. Call the emergency services (on 999 and 112) or make sure that someone else has called them.

What is the correct procedure where somebody has been injured in a collision?

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Explantion: Never move an injured person at the scene of a collision unless there is a risk of fire or further injury. Moving an injured person could make their injuries worse. Call the emergency services (on 999 or 112) or make sure that someone else has called

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