Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category BUS - Test 1
Question 1 of 50
Your vehicle has collided with a railway bridge. What information must you give the railway authority when you telephone them?
The make and model of your vehicle
The type of bridge
The vehicle's height
The bridge number
Question 2 of 50
A speed limiter is fitted to a bus. Where must the speed-limiter setting be displayed?
In the driver's cab
On the nearside of the vehicle
On the rear of the vehicle
On the driver's side at the front of the vehicle
Question 3 of 50
What does this sign mean?
No entry for two-axled trailers
No entry for vehicles with two-speed axles
Maximum gross weight of 2 tonnes
Axle weight limit of 2 tonnes
Question 4 of 50
What is the ‘mode’ switch on a tachograph used to record?
Weekly rest periods
Question 5 of 50
What should you do if you suddenly become tired while you're driving on a motorway?
Stop on the hard shoulder and rest
Leave by the next exit and find a place to stop
Stop on the next slip road and rest
Stop on the verge of the motorway and rest
Question 6 of 50
Under EU rules, you can drive for a maximum of nine hours a day. On how many days each week can this be extended to 10 hours?
Question 7 of 50
How will anti-lock brakes improve your vehicle's safety?
They allow you to follow other vehicles more closely
They help you keep steering control while braking heavily
They let you drive faster on wet roads
They enable you to brake later than normal
Question 8 of 50
What should you avoid when using an independent endurance brake (retarder) on slippery roads?
the front wheels spinning
the drive-wheels locking
brake pad wear
anti-skid road surfaces
Question 9 of 50
You're about to drive a vehicle fitted with air-assisted hydraulic brakes. Why might the brake pedal feel hard when you press it?
The vacuum pump isn't working
The pedal movement needs adjusting
The brakes are locked on fully
The brake fluid reservoir is empty
Question 10 of 50
What effect will using a mobile phone have on your driving?
Your vehicle will be harder to steer
Your field of vision will be reduced
Your attention will be diverted from the road
Your vehicle's electronic systems will be disrupted
Question 11 of 50
What should you do when passing sheep on a road?
Pass quickly and quietly
Sound your horn gently
Drive very slowly
Keep your vehicle moving
Question 12 of 50
Your doctor has given you a course of medicine. Why should you ask whether it's safe to drive?
Drugs make you a better driver by quickening your reactions
You will have to let your insurance company know about the medicine
Some types of medicine can cause your reactions to slow down
The medicine you take may affect your hearing
Question 13 of 50
Your mobile phone rings while you are driving. You should
answer it immediately
pull up in a suitable place
pull up at the nearest kerb
Question 14 of 50
How does alcohol affect your driving?
It speeds up your reactions
It increases your awareness
It improves your coordination
It reduces your concentration
Question 15 of 50
What does a kneeling bus improve?
Access for the disabled
Stability when cornering
Passenger comfort at higher speeds
Access for the driver
Question 16 of 50
What is the likely weight difference between an empty bus and a bus with 75 passengers on board?
Question 17 of 50
What should you do when you're driving a coach at night and you have passengers on board?
Stop more often
Switch off the radio
Keep the interior lit
Close the curtains
Question 18 of 50
What should a bus driver do to help passengers have a good journey?
Keep to the timetable regardless of comfort
Drive on before people are seated
Look ahead when issuing tickets
Be courteous and polite
Question 19 of 50
What's the best way to control your vehicle when driving on snow?
Keep the engine revs high and spin the wheels
Drive in your vehicle's lowest gear
Keep the engine revs high and slip the clutch
Drive slowly, in a higher gear than normal
Question 20 of 50
It's raining. Why would a motorcyclist steer around drain covers on a bend?
To reduce the risk of skidding
To avoid puncturing the tyres
To improve their view around the bend
To avoid splashing pedestrians
Question 21 of 50
Which one of the following symbols on your tachograph indicates your break/rest period?
Question 22 of 50
You are allowed to use hazard warning lights while moving when
towing another vehicle
an overtaking lorry has cleared the front of your vehicle
being towed by another vehicle
traffic ahead on a motorway is slowing down quickly
Question 23 of 50
In fast traffic, when should you leave a two-second gap between your vehicle and the one in front?
When the roads are dry
When it's raining and the roads are wet
When the roads are icy
When you're driving in fog
Question 24 of 50
Which road users are most likely to be affected by the turbulence created by large vehicles travelling at speed?
Drivers of low-loaders
Drivers towing caravans
Drivers of tankers
Drivers of emergency vehicles
Question 25 of 50
You're driving a bus at night on a road without street lighting. Why could it be dangerous to overtake?
There may be unseen dips or bends in the road
You may dazzle other drivers
It is harder to concentrate
It is harder to keep control in the dark
Question 26 of 50
You're at the scene of a collision. People are injured. What should be done when the risk of further collisions has been dealt with?
Pull people who are hurt out of their vehicles
Clear a parking area for the emergency services
Make sure the emergency services have been called
Get the casualties to drink something sweet
Question 27 of 50
The area around an incident is safe. What's the best way to help an injured person?
Get them out of the vehicle
Give them a drink
Give them something to eat
Keep them in the vehicle
Question 28 of 50
Your bus is involved in an incident. What should you do if you have a passenger who's unconscious but still breathing?
Get medical help
Check their pulse
Give them liquid
Lie them on their back
Question 29 of 50
You're carrying a bus full of passengers. What must you do if you see smoke coming from the engine compartment?
Move the passengers to the front of the bus
Open the engine covers to investigate
Drive to the bus station for a replacement vehicle
Get everyone off the bus quickly and safely
Question 30 of 50
Bus and lorry tyres have codes on their side walls. What do these codes refer to?
Question 31 of 50
On motorways, you're usually driving at higher speeds for long distances. What effect can this have on your tyres?
They'll be more likely to overheat and disintegrate
They'll have lower rolling resistance
They'll need less air pressure
They'll become very slippery
Question 32 of 50
What happens to diesel fuel when it gets hot?
Question 33 of 50
What does it mean if the ignition warning light comes on while you're driving?
The oil pressure is low
There's an electrical fault
The air pressure is low
There's a hydraulic fault
Question 34 of 50
When should you use your mirrors?
As you signal
To check the blind spot
Before opening your door
Question 35 of 50
What should you do before moving off?
Extend your right arm as far as you can out of the window
Just use only the offside mirror and move away quickly
Signal right with indicator and arm together
Use your mirrors and look behind
Question 36 of 50
When may an audible warning device for reversing be used in areas with a 30 mph speed limit?
Between 7 am and 11.30 pm only
Between 11.30 pm and 7 am only
During hours of daylight only
At any time of the day or night
Question 37 of 50
Drivers can be fined for bringing illegal immigrants into the UK. Who else can be fined?
The vehicle repairer
The vehicle insurer
The vehicle manufacturer
The vehicle hirer
Question 38 of 50
You're driving in a built-up area. Your vehicle is fitted with an audible warning device that sounds when it's reversing. When must you turn off this alarm?
Between midnight and 6.30 am
Between 11.30 pm and 6.30 am
Between 11.30 pm and 7.00 am
Between 12.30 am and 7.00 am
Question 39 of 50
What's likely to happen if you avoid travelling during peak times?
You are more likely to be held up
Your journey time is likely to be longer
You'll travel a much shorter distance
You're less likely to be delayed
Question 40 of 50
What benefit is expected to come from having a Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC) qualification?
A reduction in fuel consumption
An exemption from tachograph regulations
A reduction in vehicle excise duty
An exemption from all congestion charges
Question 41 of 50
What's a 'Red Route'?
An area where special waiting restrictions apply
An area where part-time traffic lights operate
An area where drivers have to pay a toll
An area where night-time and weekend weight limits apply
Question 42 of 50
You're driving in fog on a three-lane motorway. Which lane are you in when you can see red reflective studs on your left and white reflective studs on your right?
Question 43 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Tramway speed limit
Distance to level crossing
Maximum passenger capacity
Goods vehicle weight limit
Question 44 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Give way to traffic from the opposite direction
You are entering a one-way street
Two-way traffic ahead
You have priority over vehicles from the opposite direction
Question 45 of 50
While driving at night, you see a pedestrian ahead. What does it mean if they're wearing reflective clothing and carrying a red light?
You're approaching men at work
You're approaching an organised walk
You're approaching an accident blackspot
You're approaching slow-moving vehicles
Question 46 of 50
When are motorcyclists particularly vulnerable?
Near zebra crossings
In gusting winds
When leaving motorways
At traffic lights
Question 47 of 50
What happens at toucan crossings?
You only stop when a pedestrian is waiting
Cyclists aren't permitted
There's a continuously flashing amber beacon
Pedestrians and cyclists may cross
Question 48 of 50
Where should you take particular care to look for motorcyclists and cyclists?
On dual carriageways
At zebra crossings
In one-way streets
Question 49 of 50
What should you be on the lookout for before changing lanes in slow-moving queuing traffic?
Question 50 of 50
Why do motorcyclists use dipped headlights in the daytime?
To make themselves more easily seen
To stop the battery overcharging
To improve the rider's vision
To scare wildlife off the road