Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category CAR - Test 10
Question 1 of 50
You're turning right onto a dual carriageway. What should you do before emerging?
Stop, apply the handbrake and then select a low gear
Position your vehicle well to the left of the side road
Check that the central reservation is wide enough for your vehicle
Make sure that you leave enough room for a vehicle behind
Question 2 of 50
You're following a large vehicle. Why should you stay a safe distance behind it?
You'll be able to corner more quickly
You'll help the large vehicle to stop more easily
You'll allow the driver to see you in their mirrors
You'll keep out of the wind better
Question 3 of 50
You're in a one-way street and want to turn right. There are two lanes. Where should you position your vehicle?
In the right-hand lane
In the left-hand lane
In either lane, depending on the traffic
Just left of the centre line
Question 4 of 50
You're driving on a clear night. There's a steady stream of oncoming traffic. The national speed limit applies. Which lights should you use?
Question 5 of 50
How can you help to prevent your car radio being stolen?
Park in an unlit area
Leave the radio turned on
Park near a busy junction
Install a security-coded radio
Question 6 of 50
Turning the steering wheel while stationary can cause damage to which part of your car?
Question 7 of 50
Up to how much more fuel will you use by driving at 70 mph, compared with driving at 50 mph?
Question 8 of 50
What's the most important reason for having a properly adjusted head restraint?
To make you more comfortable
To help you avoid neck injury
To help you relax
To help you maintain your driving position
Question 9 of 50
What does driving a vehicle with anti-lock brakes allow you to do?
Brake harder because it's impossible to skid
Drive at higher speeds
Steer and brake harshly at the same time
Pay less attention to the road ahead
Question 10 of 50
You're driving a vehicle that has anti-lock brakes. How should you apply the footbrake when you need to stop in an emergency?
Slowly and gently
Slowly but firmly
Rapidly and gently
Rapidly and firmly
Question 11 of 50
How can you use your vehicle's engine as a brake?
By changing to a lower gear
By selecting reverse gear
By changing to a higher gear
By selecting neutral gear
Question 12 of 50
What's the main hazard the driver of the red car (arrowed) should be aware of?
Glare from the sun may affect the driver's vision
The black car may stop suddenly
The bus may move out into the road
Oncoming vehicles will assume the driver is turning right
Question 13 of 50
What should the driver of the grey car (arrowed) be especially aware of?
The uneven road surface
Traffic following behind
Doors opening on parked cars
Empty parking spaces
Question 14 of 50
You're approaching this cyclist. What should you do?
Overtake before the cyclist gets to the junction
Flash your headlights at the cyclist
Slow down and allow the cyclist to turn
Overtake the cyclist on the left-hand side
Question 15 of 50
The red lights are flashing. What should you do when approaching this level crossing?
Go through quickly
Go through carefully
Stop before the barrier
Switch on hazard warning lights
Question 16 of 50
A driver's behaviour has upset you. What can you do to safely get over this incident?
Stop and take a break
Shout abusive language
Gesture to them with your hand
Follow them, flashing your headlights
Question 17 of 50
You're following two cyclists. They approach a roundabout in the left-hand lane. In which direction should you expect the cyclists to go?
Question 18 of 50
You're dazzled at night by a vehicle behind you. What should you do?
Set your mirror to the anti-dazzle position
Set your mirror to dazzle the other driver
Brake sharply to a stop
Switch your rear lights on and off
Question 19 of 50
Why will a motorcyclist look round over their right shoulder just before turning right?
To listen for following traffic
Motorcycles don't have mirrors
It helps them balance as they turn
To check for traffic in their blind area
Question 20 of 50
You're approaching a roundabout. There are horses just ahead of you. What should you do?
sound your horn as a warning
treat them like any other vehicle
give them plenty of room
accelerate past as quickly as possible
Question 21 of 50
Open the bonnet and tell me how you’d check that the engine has sufficient engine coolant. (Check all that apply)
Turn on the engine
Disconnect the battery
Pull out the dipstick
Check the fluid is between the max and min level on the reservoir
Question 22 of 50
Which arm signal tells you that the car you're following is going to pull up?
Question 23 of 50
A tanker is involved in a collision. Which sign shows that it's carrying dangerous goods?
Question 24 of 50
It's very windy. You're behind a motorcyclist who's overtaking a high-sided vehicle. What should you do?
Overtake the motorcyclist immediately
Keep well back
Stay level with the motorcyclist
Keep close to the motorcyclist
Question 25 of 50
How would you identify a section of road used by trams?
There would be metal studs around it
There would be zigzag markings alongside it
There would be a different surface texture
There would be yellow hatch markings around it
Question 26 of 50
Why is travelling in neutral for long distances (known as coasting) wrong?
It will cause the car to skid
It will make the engine stall
The engine will run faster
There won't be any engine braking
Question 27 of 50
What will affect your vehicle's stopping distance?
The speed limit
The street lighting
The time of day
The condition of the tyres
Question 28 of 50
What colour are the reflective studs between a motorway and its slip road?
Question 29 of 50
How should you use the emergency telephone on a motorway?
Stay close to the carriageway
Face the oncoming traffic
Keep your back to the traffic
Stand on the hard shoulder
Question 30 of 50
What should you do when driving or riding along a motorway?
Look much further ahead than you would on other roads
Travel much faster than you would on other roads
Maintain a shorter separation distance than you would on other roads
Concentrate more than you would on other roads
Question 31 of 50
You're on a three-lane motorway. A red cross is showing above the hard shoulder and mandatory speed limits above all other lanes. What does this mean?
The hard shoulder can be used as a rest area if you feel tired
The hard shoulder is for emergency or breakdown use only
The hard shoulder can be used as a normal running lane
The hard shoulder has a speed limit of 50 mph
Question 32 of 50
You're travelling along a street with parked vehicles on the left-hand side. Why should you keep your speed down?
So that oncoming traffic can see you more clearly
You may set off car alarms
There may be delivery lorries on the street
Children may run out from between the vehicles
Question 33 of 50
You're turning right at a crossroads. An oncoming driver is also turning right. How should you normally deal with this?
Keep the other vehicle to your right and turn behind it (offside to offside)
Keep the other vehicle to your left and turn in front of it (nearside to nearside)
Carry on and turn at the next junction instead
Hold back and wait for the other driver to turn first
Question 34 of 50
When can you park on the right-hand side of a road at night?
When you're in a one-way street
When you have your sidelights on
When you're more than 10 metres (32 feet) from a junction
When you're under a lamppost
Question 35 of 50
To help keep your vehicle secure at night, where should you park?
Near a police station
In a quiet road
On a red route
In a well-lit area
Question 36 of 50
You're about to overtake. What should you do when you see this sign?
Overtake the other driver as quickly as possible
Move to the right to get a better view
Switch your headlights on before overtaking
Hold back until you can see clearly ahead
Question 37 of 50
What does this white line along the centre of the road mean?
Bus lane marking
Give way warning
Question 38 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Question 39 of 50
What does a sign with a brown background show?
Question 40 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Low bridge ahead
Ancient monument ahead
Traffic danger spot ahead
Question 41 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Risk of ice
Six roads converge
Place of historical interest
Question 42 of 50
What must learner drivers do before they start driving on the road?
Pass their theory test
Take professional instruction
Sign their provisional licence
Apply for a driving test
Question 43 of 50
What must a newly qualified driver do?
Display green L plates
Keep under 40 mph for 12 months
Be accompanied on a motorway
Have valid motor insurance
Question 44 of 50
You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash. No other vehicle is involved. The rider is unconscious and lying in the middle of the road. What's the first thing you should do at the scene?
Move the rider out of the road
Warn other traffic
Clear the road of debris
Give the rider reassurance
Question 45 of 50
You arrive at the scene of a crash. Someone is bleeding badly from an arm wound. Nothing is embedded in it. What should you do?
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 46 of 50
You have a collision while your car is moving. What's the first thing you must do?
Stop only if someone waves at you
Call the emergency services
Stop at the scene of the incident
Call your insurance company
Question 47 of 50
A casualty isn't breathing normally and needs CPR. At what rate should you press down and release on the centre of their chest?
10 times per minute
120 times per minute
60 times per minute
240 times per minute
Question 48 of 50
Your vehicle has a puncture on a motorway. What should you do?
Drive slowly to the next service area to get assistance
Pull up on the hard shoulder. Change the wheel as quickly as possible
Pull up on the hard shoulder. Use the emergency phone to get assistance
Switch on your hazard warning lights. Stop in your lane
Question 49 of 50
Following a collision, someone has suffered a burn. The burn needs to be cooled. What's the shortest time it should be cooled for?
Question 50 of 50
There's been a collision. A motorcyclist is lying injured and unconscious. Unless it's essential, why should you not usually attempt to remove their helmet?
They might not want you to
This could result in more serious injury
They'll get too cold if you do this
You could scratch the helmet