Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category BUS - Test 6
Question 1 of 50
By how much can your stopping distance increase in icy weather?
Question 2 of 50
What does this sign mean?
The length of a tunnel
The length of a tunnel
The length of a low bridge
The distance to a tunnel
Question 3 of 50
Where must the repair of a speed limiter be carried out?
At an authorised speed-limiter centre
At any DVSA site
At any dealer centre
At the depot by a mechanic
Question 4 of 50
Under EU rules, your daily rest can be reduced to 9 hours. For how many days per week is this allowed?
Question 5 of 50
You've been driving non-stop since 5.00 am. The time is now 9.30 am. Under EU rules, what length of break must you take?
At least 15 minutes
At least 30 minutes
At least 45 minutes
At least 60 minutes
Question 6 of 50
Under EU rules, how long should your normal daily rest period be?
Question 7 of 50
You're about to start a journey in very frosty weather. What's the likely cause of low air-brake pressure?
Engine temperature too low
Weak engine anti-freeze mixture
Brake pedal needs adjustment
Frozen moisture in the storage tanks
Question 8 of 50
What causes 'brake fade'?
Continuous use of the brakes
Repeated pumping of the brakes
Loss of air pressure in the system
Badly worn brake pads
Question 9 of 50
When can you drive without wearing a seat belt?
When you hold a medical exemption certificate
When the seat belt is too large for your use
When you are driving on a motorway
When the speed limit is 30 mph or less
Question 10 of 50
What should you do if a car driver makes a mistake that causes you to brake?
Keep calm and not retaliate
Overtake and sound your horn
Drive close behind and sound your horn
Flag the driver down and explain the mistake
Question 11 of 50
You're driving on the motorway and want to use your mobile phone. What should you do before using it?
Reduce your speed to 40 mph
Stop on the hard shoulder
Move into the left-hand lane
Stop in a safe place when you can
Question 12 of 50
How is using a hands-free phone likely to affect your driving?
It will improve your safety
It will increase your concentration
It will reduce your view
It will divert your attention
Question 13 of 50
You're driving in fast-moving traffic along a motorway. What should you do if there's a stationary queue of traffic ahead?
Move to the hard shoulder
Switch on your rear foglights
Switch on your hazard warning lights
Question 14 of 50
You're being followed by a marked police car. As well as flashing the headlights, what will the police officer do to signal you to stop?
Signal with the right indicator
Signal with the left indicator
Switch on the hazard warning lights
Switch on the rear fog lights
Question 15 of 50
When can you drive a bus at night without having the interior lights switched on?
When the passengers want to sleep
When most passengers want the lights off
When there are no standing passengers
When there are no passengers
Question 16 of 50
Which of the following is a legal requirement for every bus?
A fire extinguisher
A current timetable
A mobile phone or radio
A working tachograph
Question 17 of 50
Why would this sign be fitted to the front and rear of a bus?
The bus may be carrying children
Children must be accompanied by an adult
The bus is carrying blind people
The driver will help disabled people
Question 18 of 50
A bus stop is blocked and you can't get into it. What's the most important thing you should do before opening the exit door?
Try to get the bus stop cleared
Carry on to the next bus stop
Check for traffic on the left
Check for traffic on the right
Question 19 of 50
What must you be certain of before you overtake at night?
You can see well ahead
The road's well lit
There is an overtaking lane
You are outside built-up areas
Question 20 of 50
What do you need to be careful of when you're driving in high winds?
A risk of grounding
Question 21 of 50
Which sign means that pedestrians may be walking along the road?
Question 22 of 50
You're driving in heavy rain. What should you do if your steering suddenly feels very light?
Brake very sharply
Steer towards the centre line
Ease off the accelerator
Increase your speed
Question 23 of 50
You're driving on a dual carriageway and intend to overtake the vehicle ahead. What should you do if there's a car approaching quickly behind you in the right-hand lane?
Stay behind the slower vehicle
Signal right and move out
Move up closer to the slower vehicle
Signal left while waiting for the car to pass
Question 24 of 50
What should you do if an overtaking vehicle pulls in too close in front of you?
Stay close behind
Overtake when you can
Flash your headlights
Question 25 of 50
How should you use the brakes in icy weather?
By 'pumping' the brakes
After using the gears first
Question 26 of 50
What should you do before driving into a tunnel?
Switch your radio off
Remove your sunglasses
Close your sunroof
Switch on windscreen wipers
Question 27 of 50
What should you do when you drive into a tunnel?
Use parking lights
Use front spot lights
Use dipped headlights
Use rear fog lights
Question 28 of 50
You arrive at the scene of an incident where a motorcyclist is lying in the middle of the road and unconscious. What's the first thing you should do?
Move the rider out of the road
Warn other traffic
Clear the road of debris
Give the rider reassurance
Question 29 of 50
Why should your engine oil be changed at the recommended intervals?
To reduce friction and wear
For better steering control
To prevent oil leaks
To improve clutch wear
Question 30 of 50
You're driving a six-wheeled double-deck bus. What do you need to know about punctures on the rear tyres?
They're much easier to detect
They're more likely to happen
They're more difficult to detect
They're less likely to happen
Question 31 of 50
You're driving a three-axle double-deck bus. Why should you take extra care when using full steering lock?
Passengers might alter the angle of tilt
The power steering might fail
You may damage the air suspension
You may scrub the rear tyres
Question 32 of 50
A tyre has been replaced on your vehicle. What precautions should be taken when tightening the wheel nuts?
Tighten the nuts in a clockwise direction
Fully tighten each nut before moving to the next
Tighten the nuts evenly with a torque wrench
Tighten the nuts with an air-operated power tool
Question 33 of 50
A passenger tells you they've noticed that a wheel nut is missing from your bus. How often should you check your vehicle's wheel nuts?
At the end of every week
At the start of every week
Every day before starting out
Only at every service interval
Question 34 of 50
What should you do before getting out of your bus?
Apply the parking brake
Change the destination board
Put the hazard warning lights on
Check the air-pressure gauges read full
Question 35 of 50
On a coach with high side windows, it can be difficult to see either side. What should you do before you move off in one of these vehicles?
Get out of your vehicle and stop the traffic
Ask a passenger to make sure it is safe to move off
Indicate before checking all of your mirrors
Open the window and look down and round to the right
Question 36 of 50
Which licence category do you need to drive a bus with 25 passenger seats?
Question 37 of 50
What's a Statutory Off-Road Notification (SORN)?
A notification to tell DVSA that a vehicle does not have a current MOT
Information kept by the police about the owner of the vehicle
A notification to tell DVLA that a vehicle is not being used on the road
Information held by insurance companies to check the vehicle is insured
Question 38 of 50
Which driving technique can save you fuel?
Using lower gears as often as possible
Accelerating sharply in each gear
Using each gear in turn
Missing out some gears
Question 39 of 50
How can you plan your route before starting a long journey?
Check your vehicle's workshop manual
Ask your local garage
Use a route planner on the internet
Consult your travel agents
Question 40 of 50
You'll be waiting at a terminus for some time. How can you reduce pollution?
By revving your engine
By switching off your engine
By leaving your engine on tickover
By keeping your engine at high revs
Question 41 of 50
What are traffic officers authorised to do?
Carry out enforcement duties
Issue fixed penalty notices
Test drivers suspected of drink driving
Stop and direct anyone on a motorway
Question 42 of 50
You're on a smart motorway. What does it mean when a mandatory speed limit is displayed above the hard shoulder?
You shouldn't use the hard shoulder as a running lane
The hard shoulder can be used as a running lane between junctions
You can park on the hard shoulder if you feel tired
Large vehicles must use the hard shoulder
Question 43 of 50
What does this motorway sign mean?
Use the hard shoulder
Contraflow system ahead
Overhead bridge repairs
All lanes ahead closed
Question 44 of 50
Why should you slow down when you see this sign?
To reduce the risk of a blow-out
To avoid splashing others with water
To avoid throwing up loose chippings
To prevent grit from blocking your air filter
Question 45 of 50
You're travelling behind a moped. What should you do if you want to turn left a short distance ahead?
Overtake the moped before the junction
Pull alongside the moped and stay level until just before the junction
Sound your horn as a warning and pull in front of the moped
Stay behind until the moped has passed the junction
Question 46 of 50
You're waiting to turn left at a junction. In your mirror you can see a cyclist moving up between the kerb and the nearside of your vehicle. How should you deal with the cyclist?
Allow them to move in front of you
Move off and make them wait for you
Steer to the left to make them dismount
Tell them to move out of your way
Question 47 of 50
What should you be on the lookout for before changing lanes in slow-moving queuing traffic?
Question 48 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Tramway speed limit
Distance to level crossing
Maximum passenger capacity
Goods vehicle weight limit
Question 49 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 50 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