Part 2: Priority and giving away & Special roads, road sections, road users and manoeuvres & Vehicle driving safety and reacting in emergency situations,
We have split the full day course into three parts. This allows you to stay focused and you can repeat specific parts if necessary. You can follow the parts independently and in any order. You will find the calender of all Part 2 Theory Courses at the buttom of this page.
Part 2 of the Online Car Theory Course consists of the first three chapters, namely Priority and giving away, Vehicle driving safety and reacting in emergency situations, Special roads, road sections, road users and manoeuvres.
4) Priority and giving way
Now we are going to really prepare you for driving with a piece of car theory. You will also get a smile on your face when these questions appear on the CBR exam because we have taught you step-by-step the basics under the priority and giving way. Even the very difficult questions about priority on unpaved roads (yes this is different) you will soon know with ease.
Vulnerable road users pass by and you should know that you should brake for someone on crutches, but not for someone in a wheelchair!
5) Special roads, road sections, road users and manoeuvres
You will soon come across different types of roads on public roads and some of these roads have modified rules. Of course the CBR wants you to know these well and we will help you with that. If there is no minimum speed, can you drive very slowly? No, you remember from chapter 1 that you are not allowed to cause Hinder and/or Danger. Can I expect a Moped on a Motorway if the Motorway runs through built-up areas? This seems complicated, but you can answer this within a second. Since you now come across roundabouts everywhere in the Netherlands, we teach you exactly how to drive there. We close this chapter with a clear explanation of military convoys and funeral processions.
6) Vehicle driving safety and reacting to emergency situations
Taking part in traffic is not without risk. That is why we want to keep the risk of an accident as small as possible. If something goes wrong, we naturally want all aids (belts, airbags, etc.) to function properly and to be correctly adjusted. We will teach you what to pay attention to and what the CBR expects from you in terms of knowledge in this area. Up to what height and/or age should children be in a child seat? How do I act in the event of an accident? And what about that warning triangle that you sometimes have to use, but you don’t have to be in the car? We will list this clearly for you and immediately test your knowledge.
Calender Part 2