Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category BUS - Test 12
Question 1 of 50
How would you know that a weight-limit sign doesn't apply to the bus you're driving?
By a plate fitted beneath the weight limit sign
By the colour of the weight limit sign
By a plate attached to the vehicle
By a certificate carried by the driver
Question 2 of 50
The front of your bus overhangs well past the front wheels. Why should you allow for this when cornering?
The steering will become much heavier
Your speed will become more difficult to control
You might hit something close to the road
You'll need to brake earlier than normal
Question 3 of 50
What does a D1 category licence allow you to drive?
Buses with a maximum of 16 passenger seats
Buses with a maximum of 24 passenger seats
Buses with a maximum of 32 passenger seats
Buses with a maximum of 48 passenger seats
Question 4 of 50
When must an analogue tachograph be recalibrated?
Every 2 years
Every 4 years
Every 6 years
Every 8 years
Question 5 of 50
How often must an analogue tachograph be checked at an approved calibration centre?
Every 1 year
Every 2 years
Every 5 years
Every 6 years
Question 6 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with air-assisted hydraulic brakes. What would warn you that there isn't enough air in the system?
An increase of pressure in the air gauge
A buzzer or light
The exhaust brake will not work
Question 7 of 50
What should you do when an air-pressure warning device activates?
Continue to drive the vehicle
Drain the air tanks
Stop and get the fault put right
Pump the brake pedal repeatedly
Question 8 of 50
Where must extra care be taken when using an endurance brake (retarder)?
On uneven roads
On slippery roads
On downhill gradients
On uphill gradients
Question 9 of 50
What's the best type of fluid to drink during work time?
Sugary canned drinks
High caffeine drinks
Question 10 of 50
You're driving on a dual carriageway. When would you use the nearside mirror?
To check that the driver’s door is closed properly
After overtaking, to see whether it's safe to return to the left
To see whether any passengers want the next bus stop
To look for following traffic moving out to overtake
Question 11 of 50
You're driving a slow-moving vehicle on a narrow, winding road. What should you do to let other vehicles overtake you?
Wave them past
Stop in a safe place
Show a left-turn signal
Drive more slowly
Question 12 of 50
What do you need to be aware of when driving a vehicle fitted with power-assisted steering?
It causes less tyre wear
It prevents you from oversteering
It makes it easier for you to steer
It only works at high speed
Question 13 of 50
What should you do if a front tyre bursts while you're driving on a motorway?
Loosen your grip on the steering wheel
Brake firmly to a stop
Hold the steering wheel firmly
Drive to the next service area
Question 14 of 50
What should you do while you're driving a bus in a built-up area?
Keep junctions clear
Reduce your stopping distance
Stay ahead of cyclists and motorcyclists
Allow less time for passengers to board
Question 15 of 50
You're driving a bus displaying this sign. When can you use its hazard warning lights?
When stopped at a pedestrian crossing
When children are getting on or off the vehicle
When approaching a school crossing patrol
When there is a sign warning of a school ahead
Question 16 of 50
What must buses and coaches display when they're used for school contract work?
Flashing amber beacons
Triangular warning signs
No overtaking' signs
Question 17 of 50
What must be clearly labelled on a bus?
The location of the air vents
The location of the first-aid equipment
The location of the security cameras
The location of the bus station
Question 18 of 50
How should you drive through flood water?
Slowly, in a low gear, with engine speed high
Slowly, in a high gear, with engine speed low
As quickly as possible to cause the least delay
At normal speed when you have spray reducers fitted
Question 19 of 50
What should you do if you see a lorry too close behind when you're driving in traffic on the motorway?
Increase your distance from the vehicle in front
Touch the brake pedal sharply to show your brake lights
Briskly accelerate away from the vehicle behind
Switch your rear fog lamps on and off
Question 20 of 50
You're driving through the night. What could it mean if your steering feels lighter than normal?
That your tyres are losing pressure
There is a leak in the power steering pump
That there is ice or frost on the road
There is not enough tread on your tyres
Question 21 of 50
What action would you take when elderly people are crossing the road?
Wave them across so they know that you have seen them
Be patient and allow them to cross in their own time
Rev the engine to let them know that you are waiting
Tap the horn in case they are hard of hearing
Question 22 of 50
You're driving in fog. When should high-intensity rear fog lights be used?
When visibility falls below 100 metres (328 feet)
When visibility falls below 200 metres (656 feet)
When visibility falls below 300 metres (984 feet)
When visibility falls below 400 metres (1312 feet)
Question 23 of 50
What problem may you have when driving at night?
It's more difficult to keep to speed limits
There'll be an increase in traffic
You'll have reduced visibility
It takes longer to stop
Question 24 of 50
Where would you expect to find buffer lanes?
In built-up areas
On high-level bridges
On country roads
Question 25 of 50
You are driving in town and see these lights flashing. What would you expect to see ahead?
Uneven road surface
Children crossing the road
Question 26 of 50
Your bus has stopped at the scene of an incident. Why should you consider moving your passengers to the front of the bus?
To improve weight distribution
To reduce the risk of injury from a rear-end collision
To be closer to emergency exits
To be witnesses to the incident
Question 27 of 50
You're at the scene of an incident. What does it mean if there's a plain orange rectangle displayed on one of the vehicles?
It's carrying dangerous goods
It's carrying a First Aid kit
It's carrying medical supplies
Question 28 of 50
You arrive at the scene of an incident where someone is injured. What should be given urgent priority?
Deal with the danger from further collisions or fire
Get the casualty a warm drink
Take details of any witnesses
Take the numbers of the vehicles involved
Question 29 of 50
What can you add to diesel fuel to prevent it from becoming less effective at low temperatures?
Question 30 of 50
What do heated fuel lines prevent?
The cab temperature dropping
The radiator from freezing
The windows becoming misty
The diesel from partially solidifying
Question 31 of 50
When should you check the wheel nuts on your vehicle?
Before any journey
Only before long trips
Only every 1000 miles (1600 km)
Question 32 of 50
When fitting a road wheel which tool is essential?
Question 33 of 50
You're checking your vehicle’s tyres before starting a long motorway journey. What check should be made on each tyre?
Question 34 of 50
What should you wear while unloading luggage from your coach?
Question 35 of 50
What's the first thing you should check before moving to the left?
The nearside mirror
The offside mirror
Behind, over your right shoulder
Behind, over your left shoulder
Question 36 of 50
Why may coaches be subject to a search by immigration authorities at international ports?
For national security
To check for red diesel
For tachograph regulations
To check vehicle condition
Question 37 of 50
What condition could prevent you from holding a lorry or bus licence?
Question 38 of 50
Which fuel is better for the environment?
Question 39 of 50
How could you save fuel?
By extending the vehicle's service times
By braking as late as you can
By planning routes to avoid congestion
By selecting lower gears
Question 40 of 50
You've been stopped at a roadside check. What would staff from the environmental health department be checking?
Question 41 of 50
What does this sign mean?
You are allowed to carry on but only with a police escort
You should continue very slowly if your weight is above the limit
Do not cross unless the bridge is clear of other vehicles
Do not cross the bridge if your weight exceeds the limit
Question 42 of 50
Why should you slow down when you see this sign?
Because pedestrians have right of way
There is a 'road race' in progress
There are pedestrian crossings ahead
Because children may be crossing
Question 43 of 50
What should you do when you see this sign ahead?
Accelerate because you have priority
Slow down, the road may be narrow ahead
Stop and give way to oncoming traffic
Maintain your speed, it's just an information sign
Question 44 of 50
Why should you allow extra room for motorcyclists when they're riding through roadworks?
There may be a reduced speed limit
There may be temporary traffic lights
They may swerve to avoid potholes
The traffic may be in single file
Question 45 of 50
Your vehicle leaks diesel fuel on a roundabout. Who will this affect most?
Drivers of three-wheeled vehicles
Question 46 of 50
You're driving on a dual carriageway. What type of vehicle must use a flashing amber beacon on this road?
A fire engine
A doctor's car on call
A mobility scooter
Question 47 of 50
You're turning left from a main road into a side road. What should you do if people are already crossing the road into which you're turning?
Continue, as you have right of way
Signal to them to continue crossing
Wait and allow them to cross
Sound your horn to warn them of your presence
Question 48 of 50
You see this traffic light ahead. Which light or lights will come on next?
Red and amber together
Green and amber together
Question 49 of 50
What's the aim of a smart motorway?
To prevent overtaking
To reduce rest stops
To prevent tailgating
To reduce congestion
Question 50 of 50
You're driving on a main road. What should you do just before turning right into a side road?
Adjust your interior mirror
Flash your headlights
Steer over to the left
Check for traffic overtaking on your right