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Common theory questions

What should you do if a vehicle behind you starts overtaking you, despite there being a prohibition on overtaking?

When being overtaken, you must do everything you can to make it easier for the overtaking driver. You do this by keeping to the right and maintaining or reducing your speed.

It is prohibited to increase your speed when you are being overtaken, as this prevents the overtaking driver from returning to the correct side of the road. It is also prohibited to try to stop a driver who wants to overtake you.