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What’s your main responsibility as a bus driver?
What should a bus driver do to help passengers have a good journey?
What’s the likely weight difference between an empty bus and a bus with 75 passengers on board?
Where should you stop when you’re stopping to collect passengers at a bus stop?
What should you wear when making a walk-round check of your coach?
How can a bus driver show care for their passengers?
Why should you look at passengers when you’re collecting fares from them?
It’s important to be able to work out the weight difference between a full bus and an empty one. How many passengers will add about 1 tonne to the vehicle’s overall weight?
Where should you stop to make it easy for passengers leaving or joining your bus?
You’re about to drive on a route where you’ll be picking up wheelchair users. What must be checked before leaving the depot?
What’s the main reason for using smooth acceleration when you’re driving a bus?
What should you do when dealing with passengers who have hearing difficulties?
What must buses and coaches display when they’re used for school contract work?
A bus stop is blocked and you can’t get into it. What’s the most important thing you should do before opening the exit door?
When can you refuse access to a wheelchair user?
How can you avoid harsh braking?
What’s the purpose of a kneeling bus?
What should you do if a passenger comments on exhaust smoke in the bus?
Several parked cars are blocking your bus stop. What should you do before allowing passengers to leave the bus?
Why may you be unable to allow a person in a wheelchair to enter your bus?
Where are passengers likely to be thrown when a bus driver brakes harshly?
Why would this sign be fitted to the front and rear of a bus?
What do you have to be aware of when driving a double-deck bus on a road that has a steep camber?
What should you do before allowing passengers off your bus?
You’re at a bus stop. What should you do if passengers are standing on the open platform?
How can you avoid harsh braking?
You’re driving a bus displaying this sign. When can you use its hazard warning lights?
What does good passenger care include?
Passengers may be in a hurry to get off the bus as you approach a bus stop. What should you do to reduce any dangers?
When would passengers be most likely to notice weight transfer?
Your bus has broken down at night. Why should you move your passengers to the front of the bus?
Your bus is fitted with lifts or ramps for less mobile passengers. Who should operate this equipment?
When can you drive a bus at night without having the interior lights switched on?
Well ahead of you are traffic lights on green. What should you do in case the lights change to red?
What should you do when you’re driving a coach at night and you have passengers on board?
What does a kneeling bus improve?
You’re driving a bus in hot weather. Can the passenger door be left open to let in fresh air?
Why should a bus driver avoid stopping harshly?
What should you do if there’s a fire on the upper deck of your bus?
Your double-deck bus breaks down on a busy road. Where should you ask your passengers to move to?
How would your bus benefit from an air suspension system?
Where may passengers be thrown when a bus takes a bend too fast?
What are kneeling buses designed to improve?
What should you watch for when you drive away from a bus stop?
A disabled person is getting on your bus. What should you do if they’re having problems, but say they can manage?
What would contribute to the safety and comfort of your passengers?
You’re driving a bus carrying passengers at night. Why should you always switch on the interior lights?
What must you do before moving off when you’re driving a service bus?
When may the built-in TV and video equipment be used on a coach?
What should you be most aware of before moving off from a standstill?
Which passengers should you especially watch for as you move off?
Your bus breaks down on the motorway. What should you do if it isn’t feasible to remove your passengers from the vehicle?
What must be fitted to new buses, to benefit people with disabilities?
Your bus is fitted with seat belts. When should passengers wear them?
What could you do to help a passenger who has difficulty walking?
What’s a bus driver’s first priority?
Who should benefit from priority seating?
Which of these is a legal requirement for every bus?
You’re the driver of a bus displaying reflective yellow school-bus signs. When are you allowed to use hazard warning lights?
You’re driving a one-person-operated bus. What should you do while issuing tickets at a bus stop?
A passenger using a wheelchair wants to get on your bus. When may you need to deny them access?
What must be clearly labelled on a bus?
You’re parking your coach at a coastal resort. What should you do if your passengers will still have access to the vehicle?
You’re the driver of a one-person-operated double-deck bus. How do you stay aware of passengers on the top deck?
Your bus is accessible to wheelchair users. In what situation can you refuse to allow them access?
A passenger is boarding your bus. What does it mean if they’re carrying a white stick with a red ring painted on it?
What should you be especially aware of while you’re driving a double-deck bus on a road with a steep camber?
You’re driving a double-deck bus. Why do you need to know if anyone is using the stairs?
You’re driving a school bus carrying children. When can you make physical contact with a passenger?