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Motorway rules questions

You’re travelling along a motorway. When are you allowed to overtake on the left?

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What should the left-hand lane of a motorway be used for?

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Which vehicles should use the left-hand lane on a three-lane motorway?

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On which part of a motorway are amber reflective studs found?

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What should you do when going through a contraflow system on a motorway?

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You’re travelling along a motorway. Where would you find a crawler or climbing lane?

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Why is it particularly important to carry out a check on your vehicle before making a long motorway journey?

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What’s the aim of a smart motorway?

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You’re towing a trailer on a motorway. What’s the speed limit for a car towing a trailer on this road?

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You’re on a motorway. There’s a contraflow system ahead. What would you expect to find?

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You’re on a motorway. A red cross is displayed above the hard shoulder. What does this mean?

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Which vehicles are prohibited from using the motorway?

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When may you stop on a motorway?

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Traffic officers operate on motorways and some primary routes in England. What are they authorised to do?

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What’s the national speed limit on motorways for cars and motorcycles?

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What colour are the reflective studs between a motorway and its slip road?

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You’re driving on the motorway. Well before you reach your intended exit, where should you position your vehicle?

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You’re travelling along a motorway and feel tired. Where should you stop to rest?

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Your vehicle breaks down on the hard shoulder of a motorway. You need to use your mobile phone to call for help. What should you do?

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You’re on a three-lane motorway. There are red reflective studs on your left and white ones to your right. Which lane are you in?

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