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Many questions concern the the effects cars have on the environment. These effects are basically considered to be negative. In relation to the Theory test, cars pollute; consuming fuel is bad; using less fuel is good. So remember this when answering the questions, for example:

Question: Motor vehicles can harm the environment. This has resulted in (mark 3 answers)
1. air pollution
2. damage to buildings
3. less risk to health
4. improved public transport
5. less use of electrical vehicles
6. using up natural resources

The correct answers are 1, 2 and 6.:

Increased Fuel Consumption is caused by:

To Improved Fuel Consumption:

Other Environment Facts to Know:

Avoiding Congestion

Avoiding congestion makes driving less stressful and can help you save fuel. Always try to:

Plan you route by:

Car Security

Common sense answers many of these questions.

E.g. Question: When leaving your vehicle parked and unattended you should?

1. park near a busy junction
2. park in a housing estate
3. remove the key and lock it
4. leave the left indicator on

Guess what, the correct answer is 3.

Other facts need you to know:

Car Maintenance

Driving with under inflated tyres can affect

Seatbelts and Safety Devices

Parking Your Car

Don't park:

Other Facts To Know

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