a) When I drive, I have the main responsibility for my safety and the safety of other road users.
b) Crashing or not crashing is a matter of luck.
c) It is up to other drivers to avoid crashing into me.
a) Adjust your seat.
b) Check over your shoulder.
c) Put on your seat belt.
a) Sound your horn before moving away from the kerb to warn people of your intentions.
b) Have a good look around while you walk up to your car and then drive off as soon as you can.
c) Check your mirrors and look over your shoulder before moving off from the kerb.
a) Start driving in daylight where it is not too busy and only drive in busier traffic as your driving gets better.
b) Drive in every kind of traffic situation as soon as you get your licence.
c) Drive as much as you can with friends on the way to parties.
a) Looking further ahead down the road when driving.
b) Continually looking ahead, to the sides and using all mirrors when driving.
c) Looking in the rear and side mirrors continually when driving.
a) Drive long distances to improve your concentration.
b) Drive mainly in unfamiliar streets.
c) Drive mainly on streets that you know well.
a) Pull off the road, stop and rest until you no longer feel tired.
b) Stop at a shop and get a drink that contains caffeine to help keep you awake.
c) Make sure you get plenty of fresh air circulating inside the car by winding down your window.
a) Drop them off at the train station.
b) Take the advice of a more experience driver and go faster where you can.
c) Choose a safe speed and say you will not go any faster.
a) Drive during the day, take plenty of breaks and share driving if possible.
b) Aim to drive for as long as possible when you are feeling good so you can arrive earlier.
c) Drive mostly at night as there is less traffic on the road and therefore less risk of crashing.
a) 3 seconds.
b) 2 seconds.
c) 1 second.
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