1. When you see older people on or near the road, you should -

a) Slow down and take extra care because they may not see you until you are very close.
b) Sound your horn and keep going at the same speed so you do not hold up the traffic.
c) Drive around them to keep the traffic moving.

2. You must give way to pedestrians if there is a risk of hitting them. When driving in poor light, you should -

a) Keep your headlights on high beam all the time.
b) Look more carefully for pedestrians because they are hard to see.
c) Always drive in the right hand lane so you can be away from pedestrians.

3. You drive up to a Light Rail vehicle that has just stopped at a tram stop. What is the most important thing you should do?

a) Slow down, but keep moving so you do not delay other drivers.
b) Keep a look out for traffic coming in the opposite direction.
c) Take extra care, slow down and give way to the pedestrians.

4. You must give way to pedestrians -

a) Only on marked foot crossings.
b) Only on marked foot crossings and traffic light pedestrian crossings.
c) At all times, if there is any danger of colliding with them, even if there is no marked crossing.

5. A car is carrying a driver and 3 adult passengers. There are seat belts in all seating positions. By law, seat belts must be worn by -

a) Only the driver.
b) All four people.
c) Only the driver and front seat passenger.

6. The adult passenger in the rear is breaking the law because she is -

a) Not wearing the available seat belt.
b) Sitting in the back seat.
c) Distracting the driver.

7. A child over 12 months, must -

a) Use a seat belt or child seat.
b) Not travel in a motor vehicle.
c) Sit in the front seat of the vehicle.

8. A child under 12 months should -

a) Use an adult seat belt.
b) Not use a baby restraint (eg baby capsule) or child seat.
c) Use a baby restraint (eg baby capsule) or child seat attached to an anchorage point.

9. Babies under 6 months old should travel -

a) In the front seat with a parent.
b) In the front seat using a seat belt.
c) In an approved baby restraint (eg baby capsule) attached to an anchorage point.

10. The most effective device for protecting passengers when in an accident is –

a) Seat belts.
b) Safety door latches.
c) Padded instrument panels.

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