Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category BUS - Test 11
Question 1 of 50
By approximately how much would 15 passengers increase the weight of your vehicle?
Question 2 of 50
In which of these places might there be a restriction on vehicles over a certain length?
At freight terminals
In road tunnels
On dual carriageways
Question 3 of 50
What's a vehicle's turning circle?
the number of turns of the steering wheel between locks
the amount of space needed for the vehicle to turn
the amount by which the vehicle overhangs kerbs
the distance by which a vehicle cuts corners
Question 4 of 50
A vehicle fitted with an analogue tachograph has two drivers. How should they use the tachograph?
share the same tachograph chart
use a separate tachograph chart for every driving period
use their own tachograph chart
not use the tachograph for such duties
Question 5 of 50
What should you do if you have to leave your vehicle unattended for a very short time?
Leave a note in the window explaining you'll be back soon
Leave the keys available in case of obstruction
Keep the engine running but lock the doors
Secure the vehicle and lock the doors
Question 6 of 50
What can coasting downhill seriously affect?
The air brakes
The cooling system
The electrical systems
Question 7 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with an anti-lock braking system. What's it designed to allow you to do?
drive at faster speeds
brake much later than normal
apply the brakes more quickly
stop safely in an emergency
Question 8 of 50
You've just started the engine. What must you do if the brake air-pressure warning light is showing?
Report it as a fault
Keep the parking brake on
Switch your engine off
Engage the clutch
Question 9 of 50
What can you do to help maintain concentration while you're driving?
Eat sugary snacks when on duty
Have regular meals and rest breaks
Don't eat at all when on duty
Avoid meals containing bread
Question 10 of 50
What danger should you be most aware of if you're driving close to the kerb in a busy shopping area?
The nearside mirror striking the heads of pedestrians
The amount of fuel being used when driving slowly
Solid white line markings in the centre of the road
Traffic lights that may suddenly change to green
Question 11 of 50
What should you do if you're driving along a motorway and become tired?
Stop on the hard shoulder at a safe place to rest
Leave the motorway at the next exit and take a rest
Close your windows and turn up the radio volume
Close all your windows and set heating to warm
Question 12 of 50
When is there a particular risk of sleep-related incidents?
Between 2am and 7am
Between 11pm and 2am
Between 6pm and 11pm
Between 7am and 2pm
Question 13 of 50
How will your body clock affect your driving between 2.00 am and 7.00 am?
You're more likely to fall asleep at the wheel
You're more likely to feel road rage
You're more likely to break the speed limit
You're more likely to drive to close to the vehicle in front
Question 14 of 50
A bus has stopped at a bus stop ahead of you. What should you do if its right-hand indicator is flashing?
Flash your headlights and slow down
Slow down and give way if it is safe to do so
Sound your horn and keep going
Slow down and then sound your horn
Question 15 of 50
Which passengers should you especially watch for as you move off?
Those smoking in the lower saloon
Those standing in the upper saloon
Those avoiding paying the correct fare
Those attempting to board the bus
Question 16 of 50
Your bus breaks down on the motorway. What should you do if it isn't feasible to remove your passengers from the vehicle?
Move the passengers to the rear of the bus
Move passengers to the front of the bus
Move passengers to the middle of the bus
Tell passengers to stay in the same seats
Question 17 of 50
Several parked cars are blocking your bus stop. What should you do before allowing passengers to leave the bus?
Move on to the next bus stop
Check it is clear of traffic on the left
Try and find the car owners
Check it is clear of traffic on the right
Question 18 of 50
How will gravity affect a laden vehicle going downhill?
The vehicle will use more fuel
Stopping distances will be decreased
More braking effort will be required
The load will be more stable
Question 19 of 50
Where are these lights found?
On approach to a level crossing
Near a fire station
On approach to a motorway
Near a school
Question 20 of 50
What time gap should you leave when you're following a vehicle on a wet road?
At least one second
At least two seconds
At least three seconds
At least four seconds
Question 21 of 50
Why must these road markings be kept clear?
To allow school children to be dropped off
To allow teachers to park
To allow school children to be picked up
To allow an unobstructed view of the area
Question 22 of 50
You're on a motorway and there's a strong side wind. Which vehicle is particularly at risk?
A sports car
A road tanker
Question 23 of 50
When would weight transference be most likely to occur?
When you're reversing
When you're braking
When you're overtaking
When you're cornering
Question 24 of 50
You're driving in heavy rain. Why do you need to increase your distance from the vehicle in front?
To prevent rain entering the vehicle's braking system
To let other motorists move into the gap
To allow for an increased stopping distance
To reduce the risk of water spraying into the filters
Question 25 of 50
You've just overtaken another large vehicle. How do you know when it's safe to move back to the nearside lane?
By waiting for the driver you have just overtaken to flash the headlights
By checking your nearside mirror
By using your hazard warning lights as a signal
By moving over to the nearside in the hope that the other vehicle will slow down
Question 26 of 50
You're stopped by a police officer for a suspected motoring offence. Which document will you be asked to produce?
Your driving licence
Your vehicle registration document
Your vehicle's MOT certificate
Your theory test certificate
Question 27 of 50
Which type of fire extinguisher shouldn't be used on flammable liquids?
Dry powder (blue)
Carbon Dioxide (black)
Question 28 of 50
Your vehicle catches fire while you're driving through a tunnel. What should you do if the vehicle can still be driven?
Leave it where it is with the engine running
Stop, then walk to an emergency telephone point
Park it away from the carriageway
Drive it out of the tunnel if you can do so
Question 29 of 50
Your steering suddenly becomes heavy to turn. What could make this happen?
An uneven road surface
A loss of air brake pressure
A faulty parking brake
A fault with the power-assisted steering
Question 30 of 50
What should you do if your power-assisted steering fails suddenly?
Continue driving to the nearest repair centre
Return to the depot
Continue your journey at a slower speed
Park and get help
Question 31 of 50
What's the most likely reason for a diesel-engined vehicle running erratically in very cold weather?
The endurance brake engaging
The air conditioning not working
The speed limiter operating
The fuel partly solidifying
Question 32 of 50
You notice that one of your tyres has a bulge in the side wall. What will happen if you drive the vehicle?
Your tachograph reading will not be accurate
Your speedometer will give an incorrect reading
The vehicle will become unstable on corners
At speed, the tyre could overheat and burst
Question 33 of 50
Your vehicle suffers a tyre blow-out. How could this create a hazard for other road users?
Question 34 of 50
When do you need to take account of your vehicle having air suspension?
When you're passing animals or horse riders
When you're travelling up a steep gradient
When you're parked close to another vehicle
When you're driving in falling snow
Question 35 of 50
You want to turn right at a roundabout marked with two right-turn lanes. What should you do if there's ample room for your vehicle in either lane?
Use the right-hand of the two lanes
Use the left-hand of the two lanes
Use the left-hand lane then move to the right as you enter the roundabout
Use the right-hand lane then move to the left as you enter the roundabout
Question 36 of 50
You're making a journey that crosses international borders. Which document should you produce at immigration control?
A list of passengers
A breakdown insurance certificate
A route plan
A list of alcohol on board
Question 37 of 50
Every five years, you must complete further training to keep your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC). How many hours of training must you complete over those five years?
Question 38 of 50
What will cause your fuel consumption to increase?
Continuous use of the air suspension
Continuous use of the mirrors
Continuous use of the air conditioning
Continuous use of the electrical retarder
Question 39 of 50
What would be affected by a vehicle with faulty suspension?
Question 40 of 50
How would you benefit from forward planning and early recognition of potential hazards?
You'll use less fuel
You'll use more fuel
You'll be able to stop more quickly
You'll reduce journey times
Question 41 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Double hump-back bridge
Question 42 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Stop only to pick up passengers
No stopping at any time
Stop only to set down passengers
No stopping at peak times
Question 43 of 50
Who has priority when you're approaching this sign?
You have right of way
Question 44 of 50
Why is a toucan crossing different from other crossings?
Moped riders can use it
It is controlled by a traffic warden
It is controlled by two flashing lights
Cyclists can use it
Question 45 of 50
Why mustn't you stop on these road markings?
It would obstruct everyone's view of the area
It would obstruct teachers’ access to the school
It would obstruct delivery vehicles’ access to the school
It would obstruct emergency vehicles’ access to the school
Question 46 of 50
You're following a motorcyclist along a potholed road. How should you adjust your driving to take account of this situation?
Give them extra room
Drive alongside them
Try to pass them
Stay close behind them
Question 47 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
Question 48 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 49 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 50 of 50
When are motorcyclists particularly vulnerable?
Near zebra crossings
In gusting winds
When leaving motorways
At traffic lights