Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category BUS - Test 9
Question 1 of 50
Unless otherwise shown, what's the minimum headroom under bridges in the UK?
4.0 metres (13 feet)
4.1 metres (13 feet 4 inches)
5.0 metres (16 feet 6 inches)
5.5 metres (18 feet)
Question 2 of 50
You're driving a large vehicle on a narrow road with passing places. What will you need to be most aware of?
Its roof height
Its ground clearance
Question 3 of 50
What do bells hanging across the road warn drivers of?
Weight restriction ahead
Trams crossing ahead
Overhead electric cables ahead
Railway level crossing ahead
Question 4 of 50
Which authority must you contact if your tachograph card is lost or stolen?
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
A tachograph centre
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency
Question 5 of 50
Where can you stop if you feel tired while you're driving on a motorway?
On the hard shoulder
At a service station
On a slip road
In a deceleration lane
Question 6 of 50
You're making a journey with a co-driver. When the other person is driving, how should you show this time?
As a daily rest period
As a weekly rest period
As a break in daily driving
As driving time
Question 7 of 50
You're driving down a snow-covered hill. Why should you take care when using an independent endurance brake (retarder)?
your brakes could overheat
your speed could increase
compressed air could escape
the drive-wheels could lock
Question 8 of 50
You're about to drive an unfamiliar vehicle. What should you do if you think there may be moisture in the air-brake reservoir?
Assume the system has automatic drain valves
Find out whether you need to drain the system manually
Nothing, it is the vehicle owner's responsibility
Leave the engine running for a while before driving
Question 9 of 50
What does the flashing amber light mean at a pelican crossing?
Stop, if you can do so safely
Give way to pedestrians already on the crossing
Stop and wait for the green light
Give way to pedestrians waiting to cross
Question 10 of 50
What can seriously affect your concentration while driving?
Question 11 of 50
You're following a car being driven slowly by a learner driver. What should you do if it isn't safe to overtake it?
Flash your lights so the driver sees you
Be patient and stay well behind
Switch your hazard lights on and stay well behind
Drive along the centre line of the road
Question 12 of 50
What should you do if you're taking medication that could affect your driving?
Seek medical advice
Make short journeys only
Drive only at night
Drink plenty of water
Question 13 of 50
Where are you most likely to find pedestrians stepping into the road?
Question 14 of 50
A group of schoolchildren are standing close to the left-hand kerb. What should you do as you drive past?
Check your offside mirror
Check your nearside mirror
Switch on your headlights
Switch on your hazard warning lights
Question 15 of 50
What must be fitted to new buses, to benefit people with disabilities?
Question 16 of 50
A disabled person is getting on your bus. What should you do if they're having problems, but say they can manage?
Be prepared to move off
Smile and offer to help them
Ask them politely to hurry up
Do nothing, you can't leave your seat
Question 17 of 50
What should you wear when making a walk-round check of your coach?
Question 18 of 50
Where should you stop when you're stopping to collect passengers at a bus stop?
Close to the kerb
Away from the kerb
After the bus stop
Before the bus stop
Question 19 of 50
When should you use the two-second rule?
To keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front when it's raining
To keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front when conditions are good
To keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front when it's icy
To keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front in queuing traffic
Question 20 of 50
This vehicle is fitted with spray-suppression equipment. In what weather conditions will it be most useful?
Question 21 of 50
Which sign means ‘No stopping’?
Question 22 of 50
What should you do before changing lanes to overtake on a motorway?
Check your mirrors carefully
Change to a lower gear
Look over your left shoulder
Increase your speed gently
Question 23 of 50
You're following a large vehicle. How can you improve your view ahead?
Drop further back
Move over to the right
Move over to the left
Overtake as soon as you can
Question 24 of 50
What's the greatest risk to your safety when you're overtaking on a motorway in very wet weather?
Your engine may get flooded
Your braking distance may be reduced
Your steering may become heavy
Your tyres may lose grip
Question 25 of 50
You're driving in wet conditions. What should you try to do before braking?
Make sure that the gear lever is in neutral
Make sure that all spray-suppression equipment is working
Make sure that there's no mist on your rear-view mirrors
Make sure that your vehicle is travelling in a straight line
Question 26 of 50
You're at the scene of an incident. How can you help someone suffering from shock?
Reassure them confidently
Offer them a cigarette
Keep them moving
Give them a warm drink
Question 27 of 50
While driving through a tunnel, your vehicle catches fire. What's the first thing you should do if the vehicle can't be driven out of the tunnel?
Wait for the police, tunnels are regularly patrolled
Stay with your vehicle, you will be seen by the CCTV cameras
Stop at the side of the road and switch off the engine
Don't put out the fire; wait for the emergency services
Question 28 of 50
What should you do if your bus has been involved in an incident with other vehicles?
Switch off your headlights
Switch off the fuel supply
Switch off the air conditioning
Switch off the destination signs
Question 29 of 50
Where can you get advice to help carry out minor repairs?
DVLA guidance notes
EU and UK Directives
The Health and Safety Executive
The vehicle handbook
Question 30 of 50
When should you check the oil level in your engine?
When the engine is running
When the engine is cold
When the engine is warm
When the engine is hot
Question 31 of 50
Your vehicle has broken down at night on a two-way road. How should you try to leave the vehicle?
On the left of the road
Partly on the pavement
On a grass verge
On the right of the road
Question 32 of 50
You're driving along a motorway. What should you do if the air-pressure warning device starts to operate?
Stop immediately in the lane you are in
Continue slowly to the next service area
Stop on the hard shoulder as soon as possible
Leave the motorway at the next exit
Question 33 of 50
You're checking your vehicle. What should you do if you discover an air leak in the braking system?
Drive slowly to the nearest garage
Check the leak from time to time on your journey
Leave it parked and report it immediately
Start your journey and report it on your return
Question 34 of 50
You've parked on the roadside. What must you do before leaving the vehicle?
Reset the retarder
Stop the engine
Switch off the tachograph
Remove your personal items
Question 35 of 50
Why should you check your right-hand mirror just before turning right from a main road into a side road?
There may be pedestrians stepping off the kerb
You need to check your position
Someone may be overtaking you
Your rear view to the left is blocked
Question 36 of 50
The Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC) requires you to take training every five years. How many hours of training must you take?
Question 37 of 50
You're returning to the UK and are about to board a ferry. An immigration officer asks to see your documentation. What must you show them immediately?
Your vehicle registration book
Your driver's hours record
Your operator documentation
Your driving licence
Question 38 of 50
Which fuel provides a reduction in exhaust emissions harmful to human health?
Question 39 of 50
What does ‘road-friendly’ suspension help to reduce?
Damage to level crossings
Damage to river banks
Damage to the road surface
Damage to overhead cables
Question 40 of 50
You're driving in a built-up area between 11.30 pm and 7.00 am. For what reason can you sound the vehicle's horn?
To greet a friend
To get another driver to move out of your way
To let another road user know you're giving way
To warn another road user who poses a danger
Question 41 of 50
When must you stop on a motorway?
When you're tired and need to walk in the fresh air
When you're picking up hitchhikers
When you're signalled to do so by flashing red lights
When you need to answer your mobile phone
Question 42 of 50
Which road user is sometimes allowed to share a bus lane?
Question 43 of 50
What does it mean when there are double red lines running along the edge of a road?
Short term parking
Question 44 of 50
You're driving past a bus that's waiting at a bus stop on the other side of the road. Why should you be careful?
The bus may have broken down
Pedestrians may come from behind the bus
The bus may move off suddenly
The bus may remain stationary
Question 45 of 50
You're approaching a roundabout. You see a cyclist signal right. Why do they keep to the left?
It is a quicker route for the cyclist
The cyclist is going to turn left
It's a safer route for a cyclist
The Highway Code does not apply to cyclists
Question 46 of 50
What should you do if the vehicle ahead is being driven by a learner?
Keep calm and be patient
Drive up close behind
Put your headlights on full beam
Sound your horn and overtake
Question 47 of 50
What do yellow zigzag lines on the road outside a school mean?
Sound your horn to alert other road users
Stop to allow children to cross
You must not wait or park on these lines
You must not drive over these lines
Question 48 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Car lane only
Single file only
Keep your distance
Question 49 of 50
You're about to overtake a motorcyclist when they look around over their right shoulder. What's the most likely reason for them doing this?
The rider intends moving to the right
Something has fallen from the machine
The drive chain is slack
The rear tyre is flat
Question 50 of 50
Which of these is the main cause of collisions involving motorcycles?