Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category CAR - Test 11
Question 1 of 50
What should you do when you're approaching traffic lights that have been on green for some time?
Maintain your speed
Be ready to stop
Question 2 of 50
You lose your way on a busy road. What's the best action to take?
Stop at traffic lights and ask pedestrians
Shout to other drivers to ask them the way
Turn into a side road, stop and check a map
Check a map, and keep going with the traffic flow
Question 3 of 50
You're waiting in a traffic queue at night. How can you avoid dazzling drivers behind you?
Use the parking brake only
Use the footbrake only
Use the clutch with the accelerator
Use the parking brake with the footbrake
Question 4 of 50
Why is it unwise to follow this vehicle too closely?
Your brakes will overheat
Your view ahead will be increased
Your engine will overheat
Your view ahead will be reduced
Question 5 of 50
Can you park on the zigzag lines of a zebra crossing when there are no other parking spaces to be found?
No, not unless you stay with your car
Yes, in order to drop off a passenger
Yes, if you don't block people from crossing
No, not under any circumstances
Question 6 of 50
What could you do to reduce the volume of traffic on the roads?
Drive in a bus lane
Use a car with a smaller engine
Walk or cycle on short journeys
Travel by car at all times
Question 7 of 50
Which of these, if allowed to get low, could cause you to crash?
Brake fluid level
Battery water level
Radiator coolant level
Question 8 of 50
What can people who live or work in towns and cities do to help reduce urban pollution levels?
Drive more quickly
Over-rev in a low gear
Over-rev in a low gear
Drive short journeys
Question 9 of 50
You're driving on a wet motorway with surface spray. What lights should you use?
Hazard warning lights
Rear fog lights
Question 10 of 50
You're driving along a wet road. How can you tell if your vehicle's tyres are losing their grip on the surface?
The engine will stall
The steering will feel very heavy
The engine noise will increase
The steering will feel very light
Question 11 of 50
You're travelling at 50 mph on a good, dry road. What's your typical overall stopping distance?
36 metres (118 feet)
53 metres (175 feet)
75 metres (245 feet)
96 metres (315 feet)
Question 12 of 50
You see this sign ahead. What should you expect?
The road will go steeply uphill
The road will go steeply downhill
The road will bend sharply to the left
The road will bend sharply to the right
Question 13 of 50
What will be a serious distraction from driving?
Looking at road maps
Switching on your demister
Using your windscreen washers
Looking in your door mirror
Question 14 of 50
You're driving towards this left-hand bend. What dangers should you be aware of?
A vehicle overtaking you
No white lines in the centre of the road
No sign to warn you of the bend
Pedestrians walking towards you
Question 15 of 50
You take the wrong route and find you're on a one-way street. What should you do?
Reverse out of the road
Turn around in a side road
Continue to the end of the road
Reverse into a driveway
Question 16 of 50
Why are place names painted on the road surface?
To restrict the flow of traffic
To warn you of oncoming traffic
To enable you to change lanes early
To prevent you changing lanes
Question 17 of 50
You're driving in town. There's a bus at the bus stop on the other side of the road. Why should you be careful?
The bus might have broken down
Pedestrians might come from behind the bus
The bus might move off suddenly
The bus might remain stationary
Question 18 of 50
Who may use toucan crossings?
Motorcyclists and cyclists
Motorcyclists and pedestrians
Cyclists and pedestrians
Question 19 of 50
You notice horse riders in front. What should you do first?
Pull out to the middle of the road
Slow down and be ready to stop
Accelerate around them
Question 20 of 50
You see a pedestrian carrying a white stick with a red band. What does this tell you?
They have limited mobility
They're deaf and blind
Question 21 of 50
Tell me how you make sure your head restraint is correctly adjusted so it provides the best protection in the event of a crash. (Choose all that apply).
It should be as low as possible to protect your neck
It should be as high as possible
The top of the head restraint should be at least as high as the top of the ears
The head restraint should be angled back away from your head
The head restraint should be angled forward to be close to your head
Question 22 of 50
Which of these signs means that the national speed limit applies?
Question 23 of 50
Which is the cap for the radiator?
Question 24 of 50
Why is it more difficult to overtake a large vehicle than a car?
It will take longer to pass one
It will be fitted with a speed limiter
It will have air brakes
It will be slow climbing hills
Question 25 of 50
You're driving on a motorway at night. When may you switch off your headlights?
When there are vehicles close in front of you
When you're travelling below 50 mph
When the motorway is lit
When your vehicle is broken down on the hard shoulder
Question 26 of 50
You're on a motorway in fog. The left-hand edge of the motorway can be identified by reflective studs. What colour are they?
Question 27 of 50
Why is it dangerous to leave rear fog lights on when they're not needed?
They may be confused with brake lights
The bulbs would fail
Electrical systems could be overloaded
Direction indicators may not work properly
Question 28 of 50
What's the national speed limit on motorways for cars and motorcycles?
Question 29 of 50
What basic rule applies when you're using a motorway?
Use the lane that has the least traffic
Keep to the left-hand lane unless overtaking
Overtake on the side that's clearest
Try to keep above 50 mph to prevent congestion
Question 30 of 50
Why can it be an advantage for traffic speed to stay constant over a longer distance?
You'll do more stop
You'll use far more fuel
You'll be able to use more direct routes
Your overall journey time will normally improve
Question 31 of 50
What's the right-hand lane used for on a three-lane motorway?
Emergency vehicles only
Vehicles towing trailers
Question 32 of 50
You're approaching a busy junction. What should you do when, at the last moment, you realise you're in the wrong lane?
Continue in that lane
Force your way across
Stop until the area has cleared
Use clear arm signals to cut across
Question 33 of 50
A cycle lane, marked by a solid white line, is in operation. What does this mean for car drivers?
The lane may be used for parking your car
You may drive in the lane at any time
The lane may be used when necessary
You mustn't drive in that lane
Question 34 of 50
What's the national speed limit for cars and motorcycles on a dual carriageway?
Question 35 of 50
You see a pedestrian waiting at a zebra crossing. What should you normally do?
Go on quickly before they step onto the crossing
Stop before you reach the zigzag lines and let them cross
Stop to let them cross and wait patiently
Ignore them as they're still on the pavement
Question 36 of 50
What does this traffic sign mean?
No overtaking allowed
Give priority to oncoming traffic
One-way traffic only
Question 37 of 50
At a junction, you see this sign partly covered by snow. What does it mean?
Question 38 of 50
What does this sign mean?
New speed limit 20 mph
No vehicles over 30 tonnes
Minimum speed limit 30 mph
End of 20 mph zone
Question 39 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Route for trams
Give way to trams
Route for buses
Give way to buses
Question 40 of 50
You see this amber traffic light ahead. Which light, or lights, will come on next?
Red and amber together
Green and amber together
Question 41 of 50
What does this sign mean?
No motor vehicles
End of motorway
No through road
End of bus lane
Question 42 of 50
For how long is an MOT certificate normally valid?
Three years after the date it was issued
One year after the date it was issued
Question 43 of 50
Who's responsible for paying the vehicle excise duty (road tax)?
The driver of the vehicle
The registered keeper of the vehicle
The car dealer
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)
Question 44 of 50
You're driving on a motorway. When can you use hazard warning lights?
When a vehicle is following too closely
When you slow down quickly because of danger ahead
When you're towing another vehicle
When you're driving on the hard shoulder
Question 45 of 50
You break down on a level crossing. The lights haven't yet begun to flash. What's the first thing you should do?
Tell drivers behind what has happened
Leave your vehicle and get everyone clear
Walk down the track and signal the next train
Stay in your car until you're told to move
Question 46 of 50
After a collision, someone is unconscious in their vehicle. When should you call the emergency services?
Only as a last resort
As soon as possible
After you've woken them up
After checking for broken bones
Question 47 of 50
What should you do if you see a large box fall from a lorry onto the motorway?
Go to the next emergency telephone and report the hazard
Catch up with the lorry and try to get the driver's attention
Stop close to the box until the police arrive
Pull over to the hard shoulder, then remove the box
Question 48 of 50
You see a car on the hard shoulder of a motorway with a 'help' pennant displayed. What does this mean?
The driver is likely to be a disabled person
The driver is first-aid trained
The driver is a foreign visitor
The driver is a rescue patrol officer
Question 49 of 50
You're in collision with another moving vehicle. Someone is injured and your vehicle is damaged. What information should you find out?
Whether the other driver is licensed to drive
The other driver's name, address and telephone number
The destination of the other driver
The occupation of the other driver
Question 50 of 50
You're driving through a tunnel and the traffic is flowing normally. What should you do?
Use parking lights
Use front spotlights
Use dipped headlights
Use rear fog lights