Q&A on safety: proper road and safety conduct for all driving licence categories
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• Private and Commercial vehicles (B),
• Motorcycles (A), • Tractors (1),
• Light Trucks (C1), • Heavy Trucks (C),
• Public Service Vehicles (D)
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101 0837. What reason justifies an unexpected pull from the roadway into the “hard shoulder”?
102 0838. What is the risk in braking while being forced to pull onto the “hard shoulder”?
103 0839. What are the characteristics of a mountain road?
104 0840. What risks are expected whilst driving on a mountain road?
105 0841. How can we minimize the risk of brake loss while driving on a mountain road?
106 0842. How can you avoid frontal collision while driving on a narrow and winding mountain road?
107 0843. What causes a vehicle to skid on the roadway?
108 0844. While braking and slowing down, what force of nature is applied on the vehicle?
109 0845. While turning, what natural force pushes the vehicle against the direction of the turn?
110 0846. What are the elements that contribute to vehicle skidding?
111 0847. What are the reasons for a vehicle skidding on a road?
112 0848. What is the imminent danger when a vehicle skids whilst driving?
113 0849. How can we moderate a situation in which our vehicle skids on the road?
114 0850. How can we prevent our vehicle from skidding?
115 0851. What specific problems do drivers face at night?
116 0852. What would you do when driving at night and you are dazzled )blinded) by a vehicle approaching from your opposite direction?
117 0853. How can you manage to keep your braking distance within the range of your vehicle’s lights while driving at night?
118 0854. How can you reduce the effect of being blinded by a vehicle approaching from your opposite direction?
119 0855. What are the risks of driving continuously for many hours?
120 0856. How can we overcome the problem of tiredness whilst driving?
 
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