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Bicycle Queensland - Heavy Vehicle Visibility and Road Safety Awareness Quiz

Watch the videos and complete the questions that follow. Repeat the quiz until you get over 85% correct to complete your Bicycle Queensland Heavy Vehicle Awareness certification. Please note you will be asked to repeat the quiz until you get over 85%.
 
Learning Goals:
- To define a Heavy Vehicle (Aust.) and understand what contributes to a driver’s visibility.
- Consider methods that improve roadside visibility and propose strategies to decrease the risk of conflict between heavy vehicles and other road users.
 
 
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Watch the videos and complete the questions that follow. Repeat the quiz until you get over 85% correct to complete your Bicycle Queensland Heavy Vehicle Awareness certification. Please note you will be asked to repeat the quiz until you get over 85%.
 
Learning Goals:
- To define a Heavy Vehicle (Aust.) and understand what contributes to a driver’s visibility.
- Consider methods that improve roadside visibility and propose strategies to decrease the risk of conflict between heavy vehicles and other road users.
 
 
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Provide your name for the certificate.
Watch the video and complete the questions that follow.
How do you feel after watching the video?
Shocked
Surprised
Angry
No change
Which of the following do you identify with the most?
Bicycle rider
Heavy vehicle driver
Car driver
Motorcycle rider
Runner or walker
Other
Visit the Queensland Government Road Rules website and define a heavy and long vehicle.
Select two examples that are not classified as heavy vehicles
motorcycle
mobile crane
semi-trailer
station wagon
passenger bus
livestock and agricultural vehicles
4.5 tonne people mover
7.5m stretch limousine
Identify how many stairs the driver climbed to get into the cabin. (Go back to the video if needed)
1
2
3
4
5
What did the young lady do to see over the bonnet of the truck?
turn on the camera
stand up
move one of the mirrors
tilt her head
Identify how standing inside the cabin might cause some safety concerns
reduced control of the vehicle
the mirrors are out of view
eyes are off the road
it takes too long
All of the above
It is often thought that being higher than other road users would increase visibility. Describe how being higher than other road users might reduce visibility around the heavy vehicle.
Identify what non-visible areas outside the driver's cabin are commonly known as.
hot spots
hard spots
blind spots
mind blocks
The bicycle riders in the video are wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and this is one way to be seen. How can bicycle riders, motorcyclists and pedestrians improve their road behaviours to help reduce conflict on the roads? Select all that apply.
give eye contact when possible and use positive communication to signal your intention
If practical, always give way to heavy vehicles
acknowledge that if you can't see the driver's mirrors they can't see you
Allow turning vehicles to manoeuvre before passing
When possible move to where you can be seen by the driver
always continue on the bike lane regardless of what the heavy vehicle is doing
show empathy and patience when near heavy vehicles
Watch this video and answer the questions that follow.
According to the video, the right side of a heavy vehicle can have a blind spot. The heavy vehicle mirrors will not show a car...(select one)
that is red and white.
that does not indicate.
coming out of driveway.
that is smaller than a four door sedan.
Review the video and identify how many blind spots are missing from this image?
 
1
2
3
4
5
6
There are 9 recognised blind spots in heavy vehicle training. Identify the most effective strategy to make sure you are not in one of the blind spots (select one).
Have this picture in your pocket at all times
Take some time to look carefully at the vehicles on the road.
Make eye contact with the driver and signal your intentions.
Always use a bright lights and light coloured clothing.
Which bicycle rider is the driver more likely to see while stopped at a set of lights?
A
B
C
None of the above
How can road users (other than drivers) positively communicate with heavy vehicle drivers? Tick all that apply.
Make eye contact with the driver.
Wear bright clothing and be predictable.
Sit at the front of every intersection with stop lights and be ready to move before the lights change
Always use appropriate hand signals to show your intention and stay as far left as practical
Ride with confidence and assume drivers will give you space
React with exaggerated movements and yell to get the drivers attention
Assess the road ahead of you and determine if there is enough room for a truck to pass you safely
Let the driver know if the road shoulder is compromised
According to heavy vehicle experts and cycling enthusiasts, one thing heavy vehicle drivers and bicycle riders have in common is that they are both trying to maintain... (Select one)
their weight
a good track record
momentum
an anxious sense of awareness
Heavy vehicle experts suggest that positive communication is effective in helping them understand the riders intention and maintain momentum. If you were to signal to a driver that the road shoulder was not safe for a bicycle, which hand signal would be most effective? This question is not marked.
Right arm extended with right hand tapping right shoulder
Right arm extended with with thumb down
Right arm extended in front swinging down to ward right hip
Right arm tapping top of helmet
After completing this quiz how has your heavy vehicle awareness changed?
much more aware
a little more aware
no change
less aware
After completing this quiz have you learnt new strategies to increase your visibility?
I have learnt a couple of new strategies
I have at least one new strategy
I have not learnt new strategies
I still don't have any strategies
If you would like more information on Bicycle Queensland's Road Safety programs leave your email. If you do not want to be contacted, leave the letters 'BQ'.
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