Welcome to your Cat 2 - Incidents, Accidents and Emergencies Motorway Rules Other Types of Vehicle Road and Traffic Signs

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1. 

What is the appearance of a person who is in shock?



2. 

You are following a large lorry on the motorway. It looses a large item off the back. When you pull up & use an emergency phone on the motorway, what do you need to tell motorway Police on the other end of the phone?



3. 

Powered vehicles, such as wheelchairs or scooters, used by disabled people have a maximum speed of?



4. 

You arrive at the scene of an accident, a patient has a burn. What do you put on it?



5. 

Which of the following are not allowed on a motorway? Mark two answers



6. 

When should you use your hazard lights?



7. 

When joining the motorway, what should you do?



8. 

You are following a large articulated vehicle. It is going to turn left into a narrow road. What should you do?



9. 

You arrive at the scene of an accident. A motor cyclist is injured. They still have their helmet on. What should you do?



10. 
What does this road sign mean?

What does this road sign mean?



11. 

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



12. 
What do the yellow lines on approach to a roundabout mean?



What to the yellow lines on approach to a roundabout mean?



13. 
What does this road sign mean?


What does this sign mean?



14. 

How many lanes are there on a motorway?



15. 

How can you identify traffic signs that give orders?