Would you stop to help a pregnant woman who has broken down at the side of the road?
Have you ever driven past someone having car trouble during rush hour?
There are plenty of situations where we think we'd be someone's saviour, but would we actually stop if we saw someone who needed help when we were behind the wheel?
Take our Everyday Heroes quiz and we'll calculate whether you're as big a hero as you think you are...
You're running late for work when you see a broken down car at the side of the road. You have a mobile phone to offer and some know-how with jump leads, but there's an important meeting first thing. Do you:
You're driving through a residential area when you witness a fight breaking out between school children. The boys are grouping around another child - but there are several children, and only one of you...
Many of us would give up our seat to a pregnant woman on a train or bus - but is pregnancy a qualifier for roadside help? You're driving on a quiet road when you see a pregnant driver beside a car, with their hazard lights flashing. You:
You catch sight of a teenage driver, standing by his car on the hard shoulder of a quiet road. The car is broken down and parked hazardously. You:
A British bank holiday is known for two things: endless rain and traffic jams. You spot a woman looking into an open car bonnet with steam coming out of it and two young children in the back seat. Do you:
Driving through a busy street, you see a pedestrian fall over on the path. The walker is a fair distance away, and you can't quite see their face. Do you:
We've all heard this dilemma before - you're driving through a busy city when you spot an elderly pedestrian, struggling to carry shopping across the road. But, would you actually stop to help?
You love animals, but would you take time out to help an unknown moggie or pooch? While driving, you see another road user hit a pet. The driver doesn't stop - and the animal is left lying at the roadside. There is no sign of an owner, but the pet does have a collar. You:
You're the real champion of the roadside: a modern-day superhero, saving the day for the broken-down and stranded. If only there were more drivers like you...
In an emergency, you'll step into some hero boots - but you'd rather stay safely behind the wheel.
You cruise down the road and don't care for interruptions. Cool and uncaring, you'd rather drive on by than help road users in dire straits. In your car, time behind the wheel is about looking after Number One...