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In your practical driving test, you will be asked two 'show me tell me' questions about safety and maintenance checks on your car.
Find Us On Facebook. Show Me. Tell Me. All DSA questions and expected responses. From the 1st of September , all driving test candidates will be required to answer two questions concerning the operation and maintenance of their vehicle, one explanatory and the other demonstrative.
Open the bonnet, identify where you would check the engine oil level and tell me how you would check that the engine has sufficient oil. Open the bonnet, identify where you would check the engine coolant level and tell me how you would check that the engine has the correct level. Identify where the windscreen washer reservoir is and tell me how you would check the windscreen washer level. Open the bonnet, identify where the brake fluid reservoir is and tell me how you would check that you have a safe level of hydraulic brake fluid. Show me how you would check that the brake lights are working on this car. I can assist you.
Normally, these questions are asked at the very start of the practical and test your knowledge and understanding of routine vehicle maintenance and essential checks; checks which must be learnt and carried out regularly in order to keep your vehicle in a roadworthy state, ensuring your safety and the safety of any passengers you may be carrying. Tell me questions will test your knowledge of necessary safety and road-readiness checks and routine vehicle maintenance. The goal is to ensure that your vehicle is roadworthy and safe to drive. Explain that before you switch on the ignition, press down on the brake pedal to check if they feel spongy or if they go down too far. This information is in the vehicle manual, or sometimes on a label inside the fuel filter lid or inside a front door frame.
Remove the dipstick and wipe the end with a clean cloth or rag. The fluid must show between the minimum and maximum marker levels on the side of the brake fluid reservoir. The coolant fluid must show between the minimum and maximum marker levels on the side of the coolant reservoir. The washer fluid reservoir does not have external markings. Remove the cap and make a visual check of the level. The brakes should not feel spongy or pull to one side and should be tested as soon as you pull away where safe to do so.
The possible questions and answers are listed below to help you prepare for this section of the practical test. Q1. Show me how you would check that the direction.
Print PDF. A Advise that if you were to press the footbrake with the engine turned off, it should feel quite firm. It should not feel spongy, soft or slack. If you were to drive the vehicle a short distance and test the footbrake, it should slow the car down but should not pull the car to one side or the other.
The Show Me Tell Me questions for are the same as those of and They are slightly different to the questions before as a result of the changes in December This question will be asked at the start of the test before driving. It should be noted that for questions 10 and 11 the candidate will have to actually operate switches and not just explain. A printable version of these can be found here.
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To do this, unscrew the cap and pour in coolant until the max mark is reached. Answer. Open the bonnet, identify where the brake fluid reservoir is and tell me how.