Restricted View PCV by theorytestuk.co.uk | Aug 20, 2023 | 0 comments Welcome to your Restricted View PCV 1. 22. What should you do before moving off? Extend your right arm out of the window Just use the offside mirror and move away quickly Signal right with indicator and arm together Use your mirrors and look behind 2. 7. The MSM routine should be used when you negotiate a hazard. What do the initials MSM stand for? Mirrors, signal, manoeuvre Manoeuvre, speed, mirrors Mirrors, speed, manoeuvre Manoeuvre, signal, mirrors 3. 21. You want to turn right at a roundabout marked with two right-turn lanes. What should you do if there's ample room for your vehicle in either lane? Use the right-hand of the two lanes Use the left-hand of the two lanes Use the left-hand lane, then move to the right as you enter the roundabout Use the right-hand lane, then move to the left as you enter the roundabout 4. 8. Why should you check your right-hand mirror just before turning right from a main road into a side road? There may be pedestrians stepping off the kerb You need to check your position Someone may be overtaking you Your rear view to the left is blocked 5. 11. You're driving a large vehicle. How does its size and design affect the blind spots? It will have fewer blind spots than smaller vehicles It will have more blind spots than smaller vehicles It will have the same blind spots as other vehicles It will have no blind spots whatsoever 6. 17. You're turning right at a T-junction. What should you do when your view to the right and left is blocked by parked vehicles? Lean forward to get a better view without crossing the 'give way' lines Edge out until you're about 1 metre (3 feet 3 inches) over the 'give way' lines Ease forward until you can see clearly in all directions Ask a passenger to assist by waving you out when it's clear 7. 5. What's the first thing you should check before moving to the left? The nearside mirror The offside mirror Behind, over your right shoulder Behind, over your left shoulder 8. 20. When would you need to check your nearside mirror? As a final check before turning right After passing cars parked on the left Before moving into the lane on your right When getting out of your cab on the driver's side 9. 3. You're driving a long vehicle. What should you be especially careful of before turning left onto a main road? Pedestrians on the opposite kerb Cyclists on your left Solid white lines in the centre of the road Vehicles directly behind you 10. 14. What does 'blind spot' mean? An area of road covered by your right-hand mirror An area of road covered by your left-hand mirror An area of road that can't be seen, even with mirrors An area of road that isn't lit by your headlights 11. 23. On a coach with high side windows, it can be difficult to see either side. What should you do before you move off in one of these vehicles? Get out of your vehicle and stop the traffic Ask a passenger to make sure it's safe to move off Indicate before checking all of your mirrors Open the window and look down and round to the right 12. 15. Why might it be difficult to see motorcyclists at junctions? They can be hidden in blind spots They always ride in the gutter They wear bright clothing They ride with their headlights on 13. 2. You're reversing your vehicle. What should you do while the audible warning device is operating? Rely on a clear path behind Expect others to be aware of your course Be cautious and keep looking all around Concentrate solely on your blind areas 14. 1. What will happen if you drive too close to the vehicle in front? Your view ahead will be reduced Your view ahead will be increased Your view of following drivers will be increased Your view of following drivers will be reduced 15. 4. What must you be aware of when you're driving a bus with a high driving position? The blind area close in front Passengers will have to look up to you Your judgement of speed will be impaired The lack of headroom in the cab 16. 16. What's the first thing you should check before moving to the right? The nearside mirror Behind, over your left shoulder Behind, over your right shoulder The offside mirror 17. 12. What does this sign mean? Contraflow bus and cycle lane With-flow bus and cycle lane No buses or cycles Priority to buses or cycles 18. 10. Some coaches have a mirror on their nearside, angled down to show the front nearside wheel. When should this extra mirror be used? When you're pulling in after overtaking When you're pulling in to park at the kerb Before you pass parked cars Before you change lanes on a motorway 19. 9. What must you do before you start reversing? Remove your seat belt Look all around Use an audible warning device Change the tachograph mode 20. 19. Your bus has a high seating position. What may be out of sight below the windscreen line? Following vehicles Overtaking vehicles Cyclists and pedestrians Other buses 21. 18. What must you do to ensure good all-round vision when driving? Keep your windows open Have a sun visor fitted Adjust your seat properly Keep your lights clean 22. 6. What should you check just before you turn left? The left-hand mirror The interior mirror The right-hand mirror The overtaking mirror 23. 24. Your vehicle is fitted with a reverse warning bleeper. How will this affect you when you're reversing? You'll be able to reverse more accurately You'll only need to use the offside mirror You'll need to take all-round observation You'll only need to use the nearside mirror 24. 13. When may an audible warning device for reversing be used in areas with a 30 mph speed limit? 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