CASE STUDY 27
Case Study 27
Malcolm’s vehicle has a gross weight of 18,000kg and a kerbside weight of 7,000kg. He commences work at 8 am where he completes the daily checks on his vehicle and leaves the yard at 8.30am. Today he has a long drive ahead of him going from London to Leeds.
He splits his breaks taking the first part at 10 am when he stops for a coffee at a motorway service station before resuming his onward journey.
Today Malcolm will be stopped by Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency Inspectors for a roadside check.
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Question 1 of 61. Question
Malcolm has decided to take a split break.
What is the minimum length of the second part of his break?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 62. Question
What item must Malcolm produce to the Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency inspectors if requested?CorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 63. Question
What is the penalty for driving a large goods vehicle professionally without carrying your driver CPC card?CorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 64. Question
What card does the Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency inspector insert into the tachograph to download data?CorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 65. Question
The DVSA inspector has discovered Malcolm exceeded his daily driving hours last week by one hour.
What is the maximum penalty charge Malcolm could be issued with?CorrectIncorrect
Question 6 of 66. Question
What is the maximum amount of daily driving time allowed under EU driving rules?CorrectIncorrect