header bg

Scan QR code or get instant email to install app


You may remove your seat belt when carrying out a manoeuvre that involves _________.

A Reversing.

Don’t forget to put your seat belt back on when you’ve finished reversing.

Related Information

The use of seat belts is a mandatory requirement for drivers and passengers in most countries. This is because the safety benefits associated with wearing them are well documented, including reduced risk of injury or death in an accident. However, it may be necessary to remove your seat belt while carrying out certain manoeuvres that involve reversing.

When reversing, it can be difficult to see what’s behind you without turning your head or body away from the direction you’re driving in. To help improve visibility and ensure greater safety during such manoeuvres, it is recommended that drivers temporarily remove their seat belt so they can turn more easily to check their surroundings before continuing with the reverse motion. It should also be noted that this only applies when travelling at slow speeds. If you need to make any sudden movements due to unexpected hazards, having a securely fastened seatbelt will provide additional protection against potential harm caused by jerking motions etc. As soon as possible after completing the manoeuvre (and ensuring all other road users have been accounted for), re-fastening your seatbelt should become top priority again!

In conclusion; although wearing a properly secured safety belt at all times whilst operating a vehicle remains paramount for driver/passenger wellbeing - on occasions where full visibility must firstly be attained prior commencing any movement involving reverse gear - removing one's own individual restraint device may prove beneficial.



3 years ago

I love its graphics


3 years ago

This app helps me learn whilst being free. I can learn my weaknesses and aim to pass at higher score


3 years ago

Helping my daughter with the theory side of the test. Only wish we’d found it earlier on! Even I’m learning/getting reminded of what things mean again!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *