CASE STUDY 37
Case Study 37
Stephen is driving under EU regulations delivering farm equipment in rural Wales. A considerable amount of his time is spent unloading and securing the load onto his vehicle. As a result of this, although he has worked for six hours, only three of those hours have involving driving.
Before he left the depot his boss reminded him to place side markers on the lorry and to make sure his vehicle was not overloaded.
Stephen started work at 09:00am
His lorry is rigid and has a gross vehicle weight of 26 tonnes.
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Question 1 of 61. Question
What category must Stephen have on his licence to drive his vehicleCorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 62. Question
What is the latest time Stephen can take his first breakCorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 63. Question
When driving on narrow roads what will Stephen need to be aware ofCorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 64. Question
Why would Stephen display side markers on his vehicleCorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 65. Question
Side markers must be displayed when a load is a minimum ofCorrectIncorrect
Question 6 of 66. Question
How many days of tachograph charts must Stephen produce if requested by the Police or Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency at a roadside checkCorrectIncorrect