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Though agencies may have different procedures, it is reasonable to expect when using warning devices (lights and/or sirens) that:
As a general guide, to ensure you drive with sufficient following distance behind other vehicles you should use:
When driving at night time, what statements are examples of good practice?
In most cases, the deployment of SRS airbags in a vehicle is reliant on a number of sensors. What statement is correct in relation to vehicle airbags?
The recommended course of action if your vehicle (or motorcycle) starts to aquaplane, is to:
Common examples of PPE interference when performing emergency response driving include:
With vehicles fitted with Traction Control, if this system is activated to control excess individual wheel spin when pulling away from being stationary (stopped), you should:
Activating ABS requires the driver to depress the brake as far as possible and keep it there, this will allow the driver to:
What statement reflects best practice in holding/operating a steering wheel for emergency response driving?
When entering (not before or after) a corner the speed of the vehicle should be:
What driving inputs can contribute to loss of control of a vehicle?
What is vehicle dynamics?
Processing information is critical during emergency response driving/riding. Drivers/riders should constantly apply what acronym used in the system of car/motorcycle control?
Using the system of car or motorcycle control, what are the four phases used in conjunction with processing information?
What term is commonly referred to, during emergency response driving where the driver is focusing on some specific goal and not their driving, and they have become physiologically and emotionally distracted.
What human factors can negatively affect emergency driver performance?
What are the human factor risks for emergency drivers?
When cornering, the best method is to:
When exiting a corner the best point to accelerate is:
The ‘limit point’ when driving is best described as:
When recognising that you are getting tired when driving, the best course of action is to:
What statement is FALSE in regards to water as a hazard when driving?
When driving on soft surfaces such as sand:
When driving through deep snow:
Where there is an area of loose metal, sand or mud on a corner a skid can quickly occur.
These situations should be corrected in the following manner:
Every driver should aim to drive and control the vehicle in such a way that skidding never occurs, this is not always possible when roads are covered with snow or ice. If such conditions exist, the driver should:
What is the correct statement in relation to escaping a vehicle that is sinking in deep water?
Where is ITRA legally constituted?
What best describes ITRA?
Incident Command Systems (ICS) typically include the following functional areas: