CARRIAGE OF GOODS
Companies carrying goods on their own-account do not require CMR notes. A consignment note will suffice for those that can prove the journey is not for hire or reward
Under the CMR convention the carrier is responsible for any damages or loss to the goods they are carrying. This does not apply companies carrying furniture
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Question 1 of 61. Question
Mike is driving a 40 tonne articulated curtain-sided lorry. He is delivering electronic goods to a large company in Spain. This is Mike’s first time driving abroad and he is a little apprehensive about it.
The ferry arrives late and Mike has to board.
How many times can he interrupt his daily rest to do this?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 62. Question
What is the maximum amount of time Mike can interrupt his daily rest for when embarking and disembarking on or off a ferryCorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 63. Question
For Mike’s interrupted rest to qualify as a daily rest
(mark two answers)CorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 64. Question
When abroad Mike MUST carry the following documents with him
(mark four answers)CorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 65. Question
The goods being carried in Mike’s lorry are for hire or reward so they must be recorded onCorrectIncorrect
Question 6 of 66. Question
The CMR note that Mike is carrying contains four copies
Which colour copy stays with Mike and his vehicle?CorrectIncorrect