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Vulnerable road users questions

You’re about to overtake a group of horse riders. What’s most likely to scare the horses?

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What would make a young motorcyclist especially vulnerable?

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You’re riding towards a zebra crossing. Waiting to cross is a person in a wheelchair. What should you do?

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You’re riding in fast-flowing traffic. The vehicle behind is following too closely. What should you do?

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You’ve stopped at a pelican crossing, where a disabled person is crossing very slowly in front of you. What should you do when the lights change to green?

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The vehicle ahead is being driven by a learner. What should you do?

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Young and new motorcyclists are involved in more incidents than other motorcyclists. Why is this?

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Why is it vital for a rider to make a lifesaver check before turning right?

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Why should you allow extra room when overtaking another motorcyclist on a windy day?

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A learner driver begins to emerge into your path from a side road on the left. What should you do?

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You’re riding on a country lane. What should you do if you come across cattle on the road?

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Where should you take particular care to look out for other motorcyclists and cyclists?

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Why should you keep a large gap between your motorcycle and a lorry in front?

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The road outside this school is marked with yellow zigzag lines. What do these lines mean?

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