Driving theory test #3 by Bee

Hi. This is the third video of driving
theory test for car driver. When you're ready,
let's get started. The first question. You are about to drive home.
What you should do if you feel very tired
and have a severe headache? First choice that they give it to you is
drive home so when you're not well you shouldn't
drive. You take this one away. The second one, wait until you are fit.
This is looking good. You wait until you feel better
before driving. This is a nice one. The third one said drive home. Again, you're
still headache. You're still not well, shouldn't drive. We take this
one away. The last one, wait for a short time.
Looking good, wait for a short time. You have to wait a bit
then drive home slowly.

It didn't mention anything about you feel better before
you're driving so this is not good enough as well. The
answer is wait until you're fit and well before driving.
Second (question) the fluid level in your battery is low. What fluid should you use to top
it up? The answer is distilled water. Do not get confused with the
battery acid. You don't want to put the acid in your
car battery. Third (question) at traffic lights, what does it mean
when the amber light shows on its own? So the sequence of the
traffic light, you need to know, after the amber light
on its own. It will be red.
So the amber light on its own still means
stop at the stop line. That's the answer Not preparing to go because after the
amber it will be red.

So make sure that you remember all the
sequence of the traffic light. Uh let me remind you then, let's start
with red, after red will be red
and number, so it means still stop. These one, you can prepare. After red and amber will be green
so you can go. After green, it will go amber on its own
and the last one is stop (red). So they'll go back to the loop again. So
make sure you remember all of this. Next question, question four. You are
leaving your vehicle parked on a road. So you're leaving. You park on the road and
unattended .when may you leave the engine running? You're leaving
the car unattended.

No one in the car. You shouldn't leave
the engine running at all. What you have to do is
just switch off the car engine,
lock the door and then that's it. You do whatever you have to do.
So they ask you about when may you leave the engine running?
Never! you don't want to leave the engine running while you're away.
So the answer is, never if you are away from the vehicle nothing else. Okay! The
question 5 said there has been a collision. A
motorcyclist is lying injured and unconscious.
Why should you only remove their helmet
if it's essential? The first one said remove it
could let them get cold. Some answer you can just like, kind of
easily delete it. Like this first one. The second
one, you could scratch the helmet as you
remove it. Again this easily take it away.
They might not want you to remove it.

The last one remove it could make any
injuries worse. Of course if you try to remove the
helmet off. It can be more dangerous. Unless you see that person cannot
breathe and you have to help him with the CPR or something like that. So
that is very essential. So if you feel like, kind of it's not
essential to remove it leave it on. Leave it like that. Okay!
Number six, at an incident how could you help a custody
who has stopped breathing? The first one said try to give them something to drink.
Never ever! so we cut this one away. Keep their head tilted forwards as far as
possible. So this person stop breathing
if you just till the head forward as far as possible you think this will
help. It's not helping. The third one
follow the DR ABC code. For people who have no idea what does this mean. You
just like, not really sure about this one but I
know the first one, not the second one, I don't think! So
let's look at the last one, raise their legs to help with circulation.
So put leg up to help the circulation.

This is probably
can stop bleeding not breathing. You have no option. Use
the idea of cutting the choices the one you sure that's not the correct
answer. Okay let's have a look what is the DR
ABC code stand for. For full detail of this
section, you can find from the highway code annex 7. It's about the first
aid on the road. So D is
danger. First, you need to check that you are not in danger.
And then try to get a response from the casualty
by gently checking the casualty's shoulders. that's
R= response so you check the casualty response if there's no response
you check the airway so that if the casualty is responsive and
breathing by themselves, you check C which is circulation
or any sign of bleeding so that what's the
DR ABC code stand for. The answer for this question is follow the DR ABC
code. Number seven what does it mean if you see
this signal on the motorway so this side here when it's
show on the motorway? It's mean leave the motorway at the next exit.
Do not confused with that kind of similar to the left turn one or maybe the
bend or turn left thing like that.

So do not confuse with this leave the
motorway at the next exit. Number eight, you have
stopped at the pelican crossing what should you do
if a disabled person is crossing slowly in front of you and the lights change to
green? So the traffic light had changed to green
already but the person still crossing in the middle of the road. It's very
simple, what you have to do is wait for them to
finish crossing. Some question is very easy. You
just need to use your common sense and don't think too much. Number nine,
what color are the reflective studs along the left- hand edge of the motorway?
So this is on the left hand of the road, color is red.
You need to know them all here as well. You need to know where is the green stud
is, where the white one, where the amber one.
In this picture you will see that the red stud is on the left- hand side of the
road. The amber is divided between the road
and the central island.

The white colour is dividing the lane. So
this motorway have three lanes so they have, lane one, lane two,
lane three. The green one will be between the road and the slip
road. So you will see before the exit
or the entrance when you join the motorway.
So try to remember them all. Number 10, the last question for this video.
You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash.
No other vehicle is involved. The rider is unconscious and lying
in the middle of the road. What's the first thing
you should do at the scene? The first thing that you have to do is warn
other traffic.

I'm sure you will not choose, clear the road of debris.
The second one said give the rider reassurance so it means you have to get
off the car and reassure the casualty. You might put
yourself in danger, if you're not warn other
traffic first. The last one, move the rider out of the
road. Again you're on the road. You're in the middle of the road. You're
still in danger. First thing you have to do is warn other
traffic. You can do that by simply press the
hazard warning light in your car. Before you help other people,
make sure that you're safe. Do not put yourself in danger. And that's
all for this video. I hope this video will help you to understand your theory
and make it easy for you to pass the test.

Now I'm signing off.
I'll see you again next time. Bye.