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Vulnerable road users questions

As you approach a pelican crossing, the lights change to green. What should you do if elderly people are halfway across?

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What’s the purpose of these road markings?

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You want to turn right from a junction but your view is restricted by parked vehicles. What should you do?

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Why is a toucan crossing different from other crossings?

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What should you do when following a car driven by an elderly driver?

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The left-hand pavement is closed due to street repairs. What should you do?

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Some junctions controlled by traffic lights have a marked area between two stop lines. What’s this for?

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You see a pedestrian carrying a white stick with a red band. What does this tell you?

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You’re approaching a roundabout. There are horses just ahead of you. What should you do?

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What does this sign mean?

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What should you do when you’re following a learner driver who stalls at a junction?

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Who may use toucan crossings?

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You want to reverse into a side road, but you aren’t sure that the area behind your car is clear. What should you do?

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At night, you see a pedestrian wearing reflective clothing and carrying a bright red light. What does this mean?

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Why must these road markings be kept clear?

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You’re driving towards a zebra crossing. A person in a wheelchair is waiting to cross. What should you do?

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What must a driver do at a pelican crossing when the amber light is flashing?

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You intend to turn right into a side road. Why should you check for motorcyclists just before turning?

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What does this sign mean?

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You’re unsure what a slow-moving motorcyclist ahead of you is going to do. What should you do?

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