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A broken yellow line marks the edge of the road (also known as the hard shoulder)
No parking at certain times-generally during working hours
No parking at any time
Near a bend,the brow of a hill,opposite another veichle on a narrow road, at humped back bridge,at a continuous white line,where your veichle obstruct a sign ,at an enterance, at abus stop, or at a taxi rank
At a bend,the brow of a hill,humpedback bridge,at a continuous white line, oe anywhere yourviewof on coming veichles is restricted.
The two second rule,Double it to four seconds in wet weather.
Obstruction or breakdown ahead.
Traffic on the right and traffic already turning.
A Garda, a school warden, or a person in charge of animals.
Go - Provided the junction is clear.
A Garda, a school warden and a person in charge of animals
A continuous white line with a broken white line behind it.
To avoid an obstruction, for access or if the broken white line is on your side of the continouous white line.
100km per hour for cars - 80 kph for trucks
120 km per hour
(a) 1.6mm (b) 2.2 bar pressure or 32 p.s.i. (pounds per square inch)
Do not enter unless your way ahead is clear, with the exception of turning right - then you can enter and wait in the box if you are not obstructing other traffic.
You obey the line on your side of the road.
There will be one or two continuous white lines ahead
You may overtake if safe to do so
You can recognize them in snowy conditions.
You must stay on the left & must not cross it unless for access or emeriency
Treat them like a traffic island -You don't enter.
You must give right of way to traffic already on the roundabout
A pelican crossing is controlleby lights & zebra crossing by flashing orange beacon and is controlled by the presence of pedestrians
NO parking for 15m before the crossing & 5m past the crossing.
A withflow bus lane runs in the same direction as the traffic beside it & can be used by cyclists and taxis as well as buses & is reserved during the times shown on the information plate.
Acontra-flow bus laneis reserved only for buses, which mean no other traffic can use it day or night
An arrow light,green or amber, you may proceed in the direction of the arrow if safe to do so
Proceed if the crossing is clear but pedestrians have priority
On motorways,exits to the left only,no traffic lights, no junctions,120KPH speed limit
In a one way street,where there is a continuous white line or lines,where a sign directs you not to
Driving too close to the veichle in front,not keeping a safe distance.
Coasting is when the veichle is not being driven by the engine ie.the clutch is held down or the gear lever in neutral. It is dangerous because it reduces the driver's control of the veichle.
For passengers under 17 years of age, the driver is responsible.
For passengers 17 years of age and over, the person themselves.
NO. (You should reverse from a major road to a minor road being aware of the possible following traffic.
Reverse your veichle towards a window and look at the reflection.
How would you test your handbrake is working.
Your brakes are
working properly when stationary &when on the move.
How to check that your brake lights are working.
Check tyre thread dept , engine oil level,brake fluid level, coolant level, window screen wash
What warning lights will remain on afterturning on the ignition?