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Though agencies may have different procedures, it is reasonable to expect when using warning devices (lights and/or sirens) that:
What statement defines “acceleration sense” correctly?
For most motorcycles, the average contact patch of the tyre with the road is the size as a hand. What statement is correct in regards to the “contact patch” when riding?
Motorcycle manufactures are constantly seeking ways to improve machine safety, anti-lock braking, linked braking and traction control to name a few. What statement is correct in regards to ABS or Anti-lock Braking Systems on motorcycles?
In respect to emergency response motorcycles, what is “traction control”?
The “lifesaver check” is used in emergency response motorcycle riding to:
What statement is true in respect to the effects of road camber when riding?
While riding to an emergency under lights and siren, you see a horse being ridden up ahead on the road. You should?
Riders should avoid riding through water whenever possible, however if a rider decides to enter water what action does NOT make such entry safe or efficient?
While riding in wet weather, “positioning for advantage” would favour what position near junctions on sealed roads?
Road surfaces play a big part in potential skid situations, there are numerous road conditions to look for when riding. Which surface is less likely to contribute to skidding?
When riding a motorcycle, what causes a skid?
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?
When entering (not before or after) a corner the speed of the vehicle should be:
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?
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:
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 best describes ITRA?
Incident Command Systems (ICS) typically include the following functional areas: