Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category BUS - Test 7
Question 1 of 50
You're driving a long vehicle on a two-lane road. What should you do if you want to turn left into a narrow side road?
Keep well to the left on the approach
Move out to the right immediately before turning
Keep to the left and turn later than normal
Straddle the lanes to make more room for the turn
Question 2 of 50
As a guide, how many passengers equal about one tonne?
Question 3 of 50
You're driving a long vehicle. What should you do when you want to turn right at a painted mini-roundabout?
Make sure none of your wheels touch the roundabout
Avoid going over the roundabout if possible
Go ahead, and turn right at the next junction
Carefully mount the left-hand kerb to make more room
Question 4 of 50
How many days does a drivers smart card normally cover?
Question 5 of 50
An enforcement officer keeps one of your tachograph charts. Who should sign the back of the replacement chart?
You, the driver
Your transport manager
The vehicle owner
Question 6 of 50
What must the driver do when they leave their bus unattended?
Check that the tachograph chart is removed
Check that the gear lever is in reverse
Check that the gear lever is in first
Check that the parking brake is applied
Question 7 of 50
Where would you see an escape lane?
outside a fire station
alongside a bus lane
before a motorway exit
down a steep hill
Question 8 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with an air-assisted hydraulic braking system. What would warn you that the vacuum pump isn't working?
The brake pedal feels spongy when pressed
The brake pedal has little resistance
The brake pedal feels hard when pressed
The brake pedal travels a long way
Question 9 of 50
What can prevent you from holding a bus or lorry driving licence?
Question 10 of 50
You're driving on a motorway. What does it mean when a lorry ahead of you switches on its hazard warning lights?
There are speed cameras ahead
The lorry is about to overtake
The lorry is leaving the motorway
Traffic further ahead may be stopping
Question 11 of 50
What might misuse of drugs or alcohol lead to?
Withdrawal of a driving licence
Question 12 of 50
What's most likely to cause danger to a group of horse riders?
Powerful brake lights
Leaving plenty of room
The noise of your vehicle
Reacting too early
Question 13 of 50
What should you try to do when your vehicle has a front-tyre blow-out?
Hold the steering wheel firmly and slow down gradually
Steer to the right-hand side and brake firmly
Don't use your brakes under any circumstances
Brake hard and steer towards the affected side
Question 14 of 50
When are you allowed to drive a bus without wearing the seat belt?
When the seat belt is uncomfortable
When it's a lap-only type of seat belt
When you're reversing the vehicle
When your passengers are children
Question 15 of 50
How would your bus benefit from an air suspension system?
Fuel consumption will be reduced
Passenger comfort will be increased
It will allow you to drive faster
Your brakes will be more effective
Question 16 of 50
What are kneeling buses designed to improve?
Access for the driver
Access to the luggage bay
Access for passengers
Access for maintenance
Question 17 of 50
You're the driver of a one-person-operated double-deck bus. How do you stay aware of passengers on the top deck?
By counting passengers up and down the staircase
By frequent checks upstairs while stopped at bus stops
By listening to passengers in the upstairs gangway when approaching bus stops
By making full use of the internal mirror system
Question 18 of 50
Where should you stop to make it easy for passengers leaving or joining your bus?
Next to soft grass
Alongside guard rails
Near parked cars
Close to the kerb
Question 19 of 50
Why is it dangerous to follow a large goods vehicle too closely?
Your field of vision is seriously reduced
Your cab will fill with fumes
Your engine will overheat
Your brakes will overheat
Question 20 of 50
Why do some buses have marker lights along their sides?
To make them easier to overtake
To help the driver when reversing
To help any passengers getting on or off
To make them easier to see at junctions
Question 21 of 50
Which of these signs means uneven road?
Question 22 of 50
You're driving in fog that's starting to clear. When should you switch off your high-intensity rear fog lights?
When visibility is more than 10 metres (32 feet)
When visibility is more than 50 metres (164 feet)
When visibility is more than 75 metres (246 feet)
When visibility is more than 100 metres (328 feet)
Question 23 of 50
You're driving a fully laden vehicle approaching an uphill gradient. What will happen if you start to overtake?
You will be able to get past more quickly
The weight of the load will help you go faster
It will take you longer to get past
You'll need to use a high gear
Question 24 of 50
You're on a motorway and the surface is still wet after rain. Why should you take care when you're overtaking?
Wet roads may create more buffeting
Other vehicles will have their lights on
Vehicles may be parked on the hard shoulder
The road may still be slippery
Question 25 of 50
What will affect a double-deck bus more than a single-deck bus?
Question 26 of 50
You arrive at the scene of an incident. A casualty has an injured arm that's bleeding heavily. What should you do while waiting for the emergency services to arrive?
Apply pressure over the wound and keep the arm down
Dab the wound
Get them a drink
Apply pressure over the wound and raise the arm
Question 27 of 50
At an incident, a casualty has stopped breathing. How could you help them?
By opening their airway
By tilting their head as far forward as possible
By raising their legs
By giving them something to drink
Question 28 of 50
You arrive at the scene of an incident. The emergency services have already been called. A pedestrian is bleeding heavily from a leg wound, but their leg isn't broken. What could you do to help them?
Dab the wound to stop the bleeding
Give them some painkiller tablets
Apply firm pressure to the wound
Fetch them a warm drink
Question 29 of 50
Why should you carry out a daily walk-round check before setting off?
To check your route
To check for any parking violations
To check your schedule
To check for any defects
Question 30 of 50
What should you do before uncoupling your trailer?
Disconnect the battery
Park on a firm, level surface
Park in a well-lit location
Unload some of the cargo
Question 31 of 50
You're driving a double-deck bus. What's the minimum depth of tread required over three-quarters of each tyre's width?
Question 32 of 50
Your coach often tows a trailer. How often should you check the trailer tyres for pressure?
At least once a week when they are cold
At least once a month when they are hot
At least once a week when they are hot
At least once a month when the trailer is fully laden
Question 33 of 50
You've had to change a wheel on your vehicle. When should the wheel nuts be checked again?
At the next service interval
When they are cold
When they are hot
Question 34 of 50
What's the best way to lift a heavy object?
Twisting your back while lifting
Having a stable position
Holding the load at arm's length
Lifting the load as quickly as possible
Question 35 of 50
What should you check just before you turn left?
The left-hand mirror
The interior mirror
The right-hand mirror
The overtaking mirror
Question 36 of 50
A driver is convicted of bringing illegal immigrants into the UK. How is the fine calculated?
For each family group they bring in
For each court attendance they make
For each person they bring in
For each journey they made in the last year
Question 37 of 50
What's the current fine for each person illegally carried into the UK?
Question 38 of 50
You're driving between the hours of 11.30 pm and 7.00 am. When must you switch off your vehicle's reverse warning bleeper?
Before reversing on a road that has a 30 mph speed limit
Before reversing on a road that has a temporary speed limit
Before reversing on a road that has the national speed limit
Before reversing on a road that has a 40 mph speed limit
Question 39 of 50
You're following a lorry that's leaking fuel. What should you be especially aware of?
The road may be very slippery
The fuel may splash your vehicle
Your brake linings will become slippery
Your spray reducers will not be effective
Question 40 of 50
You've parked for a short time in a town while you plan your route. What should you do while your vehicle is parked?
Keep the engine running on tickover
Rev the engine occasionally for air pressure
Hold the engine at a fast tick-over to maintain air pressure
Switch off the engine
Question 41 of 50
You're approaching traffic lights. Only the red light is showing. Which series of lights will show next?
Red and amber, then green
Green, then amber
Amber, then green
Green and amber, then green
Question 42 of 50
Which drivers are given instructions by diamond-shaped signs?
Drivers of lorries
Drivers of trams
Drivers of buses
Drivers of tractors
Question 43 of 50
What are these advanced stop lines for?
To allow room for pedestrians to cross the road
To allow space for large vehicles to turn
To allow cyclists to position in front of other traffic
To allow you to select where to stop
Question 44 of 50
Where would you find these flashing red lights?
At a pelican crossing
At a level crossing
At a zebra crossing
At a school crossing
Question 45 of 50
You're at a road junction, turning into a minor road. What should you do if there are pedestrians crossing the minor road?
Stop and wave the pedestrians across
Sound your horn to let the pedestrians know that you are there
Give way to the pedestrians who are already crossing
Carry on, the pedestrians should give way to you
Question 46 of 50
What does this sign mean?
No route for pedestrians and cyclists
A route for pedestrians only
A route for cyclists only
A route for pedestrians and cyclists
Question 47 of 50
You're about to overtake horse riders. What could scare the horses?
Sounding your horn
Giving arm signals
Keeping well back
Question 48 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Risk of punctures
Question 49 of 50
Why should you check for motorcyclists just before turning right into a side road?
They might be overtaking on your left
They might be following you closely
They might be emerging from the side road
They might be overtaking on your right
Question 50 of 50
You're approaching this roundabout and see the cyclist signal right. Why is the cyclist keeping to the left?
It is a quicker route
They're going to turn left instead
The Highway Code doesn't apply to cyclists
They may use the left-hand lane to turn right