Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category BUS - Test 10
Question 1 of 50
At this roundabout, you want to take the fourth exit. What limit is in force on this road?
Question 2 of 50
What does this sign mean?
The width of the road is 6 feet 6 inches (2 metres)
No vehicles over 6 feet 6 inches (2 metres) wide
No vehicles over 6 feet 6 inches (2 metres) high
Trailer length must not exceed 6 feet 6 inches (2 metres)
Question 3 of 50
Where can a driver find their vehicle's unladen weight recorded?
On the dashboard of the vehicle
On the driver's duty roster
On the side of the vehicle
On the depot noticeboard
Question 4 of 50
Drivers must have a driver smart card for use in digital tachographs. Where can you obtain a replacement smart card in Great Britain?
Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
A tachograph calibration centre
The Post Office
Question 5 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with an analogue tachograph. What should you do if you need to exceed the normal drivers’ hours due to an emergency?
Continue using the same tachograph chart and write an explanation on the back
Remove the tachograph chart and make a manual record of the rest of the journey
Continue; there is no need to give an explanation
Remove the tachograph chart and inform your employer of the reason
Question 6 of 50
What does a tachograph record?
Question 7 of 50
What should you do when driving a large vehicle down a steep hill?
Partly apply the parking brake
Select the vehicle's highest gear
Use the endurance brake
Put the gear lever into neutral
use as high a gear as possible
Question 8 of 50
You're driving a vehicle fitted with anti-lock brakes. What should you do when braking in an emergency?
‘Pump’ the brake pedal harshly
apply minimum force to the brake pedal
use the exhaust brake (retarder) then the footbrake
apply firm continuous pressure to the brake pedal
Question 9 of 50
What type of emergency vehicle is fitted with a green flashing beacon?
Question 10 of 50
Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and you need to call for help. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone?
It connects you to a local garage
Using a mobile phone will distract other drivers
It allows easy location by the emergency services
Mobile phones do not work on motorways
Question 11 of 50
You've driven a long distance and feel tired. Your tachograph shows that you haven't exceeded your driving hours. What should you do in these circumstances?
Park in a suitable place and rest
Reduce your speed and drive more slowly
Carry on driving to use up your hours
Increase your speed and reduce your journey time
Question 12 of 50
At what age are men most at risk from sleep-related vehicle incidents (SRVIs)?
30 years and under
60 years and over
Question 13 of 50
You take some cough medicine given to you by a friend. What must you do before driving?
Drink some strong coffee
Ask your friend if taking the medicine affected their driving
Check the label to see if the medicine will affect your driving
Make a short journey to see if the medicine is affecting your driving
Question 14 of 50
You're driving on a motorway. There's been a collision on the opposite carriageway. What should you do if drivers ahead are slowing to look?
Concentrate on the road ahead
slow down to take a look
Stop on the hard shoulder
Overtake using the hard shoulder
Question 15 of 50
Who should benefit from priority seating?
Those with heavy luggage
Those with a weekly pass
Those who got on first
Those with disabilities
Question 16 of 50
You're driving a school bus carrying children. When can you make physical contact with a passenger?
In a medical emergency
To prevent fare dodging
When carrying luggage
When fastening seat belts
Question 17 of 50
Why should a bus driver avoid stopping harshly?
To preserve the tyres
To avoid wear on the brakes
To keep the passengers safe
To stop the suspension bouncing
Question 18 of 50
You're in the left-hand lane on a three-lane motorway. Why should you check for any vehicles in the right-hand lane before you overtake?
They may be moving faster than you
They may move back to the middle lane as you move out
They may cut in sharply behind you
They may accelerate briskly in front of you
Question 19 of 50
When do long vehicles sometimes need to straddle lanes?
When turning at tight junctions
When travelling empty
When driving on motorways
When coming to contraflow systems
Question 20 of 50
What does it indicate if you see white lights on a vehicle at night?
It's moving away from you
It's stationary and facing away from you
It's ahead of you and braking
It's facing towards you
Question 21 of 50
Which sign means that there may be people walking along the road?
Question 22 of 50
You're in the centre lane of a motorway, overtaking another vehicle. What should you do before returning to the left-hand lane?
Signal left then check your mirror
Wait for the other driver to flash their headlights
Check ahead and then your nearside mirror
Check behind for fast traffic in the right-hand lane
Question 23 of 50
Why is tailgating dangerous?
You're likely to be distracted
Your engine will overheat
Your view to the rear is reduced
Your view ahead is reduced
Question 24 of 50
You're driving along a motorway in thick fog at night. The reflective studs are red on your left and white on your right. Which lane are you in?
The right-hand lane
The hard shoulder
The left-hand lane
The middle lane
Question 25 of 50
You're driving a bus on a windy day. What should you do when you're overtaking a motorcyclist?
Pass close to shield them from the wind
Move back early to protect them from buffeting
Pass wide in case they're blown off course
Signal left so they know you're pulling in
Question 26 of 50
You arrive at the scene of an incident. How should you deal with someone who is hysterical?
Talk to them quietly and firmly
Let them wander off to calm down
Restrain them physically
Shout loudly to get their attention
Question 27 of 50
You're at an incident. Why may it be harmful to move a casualty?
You could damage your back
You could get blood on your hands
You could be accused of an assault
You could cause more injury
Question 28 of 50
You're driving through a tunnel. What should you do if your vehicle breaks down?
Switch on hazard warning lights
Remain in your vehicle
Wait for the police to find you
Rely on CCTV cameras seeing you
Question 29 of 50
What proportion of the width of a tyre must have at least the legal minimum depth of tread?
Question 30 of 50
At a Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) roadside check, your vehicle is found to have serious defects and you may no longer use it. Who will DVSA share this information with?
The Driver and Vehicle Licencing Agency
The Traffic Commissioner
The Road Transport Industry Training Body
The Bus, Coach and Commercial Vehicle Council
Question 31 of 50
In very cold weather, moisture can freeze in your vehicle’s air storage tanks. What can you do to help prevent this from happening?
Cover the air tanks with a blanket
Drain the tanks daily
Use the brakes frequently
Pump the brakes
Question 32 of 50
Before each journey, you should check all warning lights. What should you do if a warning light remains lit?
Report the fault when you return
Have the fault checked before setting off
Have the fault checked at the next service
Ignore it until the fault shows up
Question 33 of 50
While driving, your engine-oil warning light comes on. Why could it be dangerous to continue driving?
The engine will get hot
The engine may be damaged
You will need to have the vehicle serviced
You will need to replace the carburettor
Question 34 of 50
What should you be aware of before opening your cab door?
Vehicles passing near the door
The height of your cab from the ground
Loose grab rails near the door
People crossing the road behind you
Question 35 of 50
What will happen if you drive too close to the vehicle in front?
Your view ahead will be reduced
Your view ahead will be increased
Your view of following drivers will be increased
Your view of following drivers will be reduced
Question 36 of 50
You've been convicted of a drink-drive offence and banned from driving. Which entitlement will this ban affect?
Your entitlement to drive all motor vehicles
Your car entitlement
Your lorry entitlement
Your bus entitlement
Question 37 of 50
You hold a full category D licence. What entitlement does this give you for towing?
You cannot tow a trailer at all
You can tow a trailer not exceeding 750 kg
You can tow a trailer of any weight
You cannot tow a trailer with more than one axle
Question 38 of 50
What should you do to prevent fuel spillage?
Stop refuelling when half full
Use a filtered fuel system
Close and secure all filler cap
Place the drip tray correctly
Question 39 of 50
What makes the pictured vehicle environmentally friendly?
It uses solar power
It uses diesel fuel
It uses electricity
It uses unleaded fuel
Question 40 of 50
How can you help to ease traffic congestion?
Planning journeys to avoid the busy times
Planning journeys to avoid driving at quiet times
Using motorways for all journeys
Avoiding using motorways for all journeys
Question 41 of 50
At a junction, you see this sign partly covered by snow. What does it mean?
Question 42 of 50
When can you travel on the hard shoulder of a motorway?
When taking the next exit
When traffic is stopped
When signs show that you can
When traffic is slow moving
Question 43 of 50
What should you do if you see this sign when you're about to overtake?
Overtake the other driver as quickly as possible
Move to the right to get a better view
Switch your headlights on before overtaking
Hold back until you can see clearly ahead
Question 44 of 50
What action should you take if there are flashing amber lights under a school warning sign?
Reduce speed until you are clear of the area
Keep up your speed and sound the horn
Increase your speed to clear the area quickly
Wait at the lights until they change to green
Question 45 of 50
You're waiting to come out of a side road. Why should you look carefully for motorcycles?
Motorcycles are usually faster than cars
Police patrols often use motorcycles
Motorcycles are small and hard to see
Motorcycles have right of way
Question 46 of 50
Which vehicles are most at risk from spilt diesel fuel?
Question 47 of 50
You're driving near a school in heavy traffic. What should you do when there are children walking close to the kerb on your side of the road?
Move to the other side of the road
Wave at them to move back from the kerb
Stop for a moment to see what they do
Drive slowly until you are clear of the area
Question 48 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Question 49 of 50
Which road users are more vulnerable at road junctions?
Question 50 of 50
At toucan crossings, pedestrians share the crossing with which other road users?