Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category BUS - Random Test
Question 1 of 50
Triangular projection markers are required when your load is wider than 2.9 metres (9 feet 5 inches). What colour are these markers?
Question 2 of 50
Who must you tell when your vehicle collides with a bridge?
The local authority
Your local garage
The fire brigade
Question 3 of 50
What's the maximum speed allowed for a vehicle towing a trailer on a motorway?
Question 4 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 5 of 50
Under EU rules, what's the maximum driving time allowed in any two consecutive weeks?
Question 6 of 50
An enforcement officer keeps your analogue tachograph records. How should they endorse the replacement charts?
With their name
With their service number
With their home address
With their date of birth
Question 7 of 50
Under EU rules, your minimum daily rest is 11 hours. On three days of the week this may be reduced to what length of time?
Question 8 of 50
What will ‘pumping’ the brake pedal in a vehicle fitted with anti-lock brakes cause?
reduced brake wear
increased brake wear
Question 9 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 10 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 11 of 50
What's the best type of fluid to drink during work time?
Sugary canned drinks
High caffeine drinks
Question 12 of 50
Why could it be dangerous to wave people across at pedestrian crossings?
There may be another vehicle coming
They may be distracted
They may not see your signal
They may not be ready to cross
Question 13 of 50
You've stopped for an elderly pedestrian who's slowly crossing the road. What should you do if traffic behind you is being held up?
Edge forward slowly and make them hurry
Stay where you are and allow them to cross in their own time
Steer slowly around them to ease the build up of traffic
Get out of your vehicle and wave them across
Question 14 of 50
You're turning right onto a dual carriageway from a side road. What should you do if your vehicle is too long for the gap in the central reservation?
Move forward and wait in the middle
Wait until it is clear from both directions
Move out blocking traffic from the right
Edge out slowly so other traffic will see you
Question 15 of 50
What should you do at a zebra crossing?
Rev your engine to encourage pedestrians to cross quickly
Park only on the zigzag lines on the left
Always leave it clear in traffic queues
Wave pedestrians to cross if you intend to wait for them
Question 16 of 50
You're driving on a motorway. There's been a collision on the opposite carriageway. What should you do if drivers ahead are slowing to look?
Concentrate on the road ahead
slow down to take a look
Stop on the hard shoulder
Overtake using the hard shoulder
Question 17 of 50
You're driving a bus carrying passengers at night. Why should you always switch on the interior lights?
It will help you see the road ahead
So that passengers can see to move around
It will help passengers to see outside
So that you can see your controls
Question 18 of 50
What does good passenger care include?
Making criticisms of other road users
Providing a commentary on the route
Talking to passengers while driving
Helping passengers who need directions
Question 19 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 20 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 21 of 50
Which one of the following symbols on your tachograph indicates your break/rest period?
Question 22 of 50
You're driving a long bus. When would you need to straddle lanes?
Only when joining a bus lane
On all bends and corners
On the approach to all roundabouts
To avoid mounting the kerb
Question 23 of 50
Where would you anticipate problems when you're driving a high-sided vehicle on a windy day?
In road tunnels
On high-level roads
In dead ground
On ring roads
Question 24 of 50
How much longer will your stopping distance be in snow than in dry weather?
Twice as long
Four times as long
Five times as long
Ten times as long
Question 25 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 26 of 50
Which road users are most likely to be affected by the turbulence created by large vehicles travelling at speed?
Drivers of low-loaders
Drivers towing caravans
Drivers of tankers
Drivers of emergency vehicles
Question 27 of 50
What will affect a double-deck bus more than a single-deck bus?
Question 28 of 50
You're driving a high-sided vehicle on a motorway. You should anticipate the effects of side wind. When is this most likely to happen?
When passing signs
On exposed sections
In contraflow systems
In service areas
Question 29 of 50
There's been an incident. What can you do to help a driver who's suffering from shock?
Give them a drink
Offer them a cigarette
Ask who caused the collision
Reassure them confidently
Question 30 of 50
At the scene of an incident, an injured person is lying in a busy road. What's the first thing you should do to help?
Treat the person for shock
Warn other traffic
Place them in the recovery position
Make sure the injured person is kept warm
Question 31 of 50
What should you do if you notice that two wheel nuts are missing from one of the wheels on your vehicle?
Continue your journey
Drive to the nearest tyre depot
Use a nut from another wheel
Park and phone for assistance
Question 32 of 50
Why are frequent tyre checks advisable on a tri-axle double-deck vehicle?
These tyres are more likely to deflate
Punctures can be difficult to detect
Blow-outs are more common on these vehicles
Tyre pressures are difficult to maintain
Question 33 of 50
What would be illegal?
Using different makes of tyre on the same axle
Using a tyre with a recut tread
Using a tyre with a tread depth of 1.3 mm
Using a tyre with exposed ply or cord
Question 34 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 35 of 50
Why should you use an approved coolant solution in your engine's cooling system?
To protect the coolant from freezing
For easier starting from cold
To prevent the air tank from freezing
For effective cab heating
Question 36 of 50
Your vehicle suffers a tyre blow-out. How could this create a hazard for other road users?
Question 37 of 50
What should you wear while unloading luggage from your coach?
Question 38 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 39 of 50
You've been convicted of a drink-drive offence and banned from driving. Which entitlement will this ban affect?
Your entitlement to drive all motor vehicles
Your car entitlement
Your lorry entitlement
Your bus entitlement
Question 40 of 50
You're found to be two-and-a-half times over the legal drink-drive limit and are disqualified from driving. Before regaining your licence, who will you have to satisfy that you don't have an alcohol problem?
The local hospital
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency
Question 41 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 42 of 50
What would be affected by a vehicle with faulty suspension?
Question 43 of 50
What does air suspension help to protect?
The fuel system
Question 44 of 50
What's a 'Red Route'?
An area where special waiting restrictions apply
An area where part-time traffic lights operate
An area where drivers have to pay a toll
An area where night-time and weekend weight limits apply
Question 45 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Route for trams
Give way to trams
Route for buses
Give way to buses
Question 46 of 50
What must you do when you're approaching a pelican crossing in its flashing amber phase?
Give way to pedestrians who are crossing
Encourage pedestrians to cross
Wait until the green light appears
Stop even if the crossing is clear
Question 47 of 50
You're driving on a road with an uneven surface. What should you do if you're following a motorcyclist along this road?
Allow extra room, they may swerve to avoid pot holes
Leave less room so they can see you in their mirrors
Drive closely behind and get ready to overtake
Drive closely to shield them
Question 48 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 49 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 50 of 50
You're on a country road. What should you expect to see coming towards you on your side of the road?