Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category CAR - Test 16
Question 1 of 50
How should you use a satellite navigation system so that it doesn't distract you when you're driving?
Turn it off while driving in built-up areas
Choose a voice that you find calming
Only set the destination when you're lost
Stop in a safe place before programming the system
Question 2 of 50
What should you use your horn for?
To alert others to your presence
To allow you right of way
To greet other road users
To signal your annoyance
Question 3 of 50
You're driving at night on an unlit road, following another vehicle. What should you do?
Flash your headlights
Use dipped headlights
Switch off your headlights
Use full-beam headlights
Question 4 of 50
What's most likely to cause high fuel consumption?
Poor steering control
Accelerating around bends
Staying in high gears
Harsh braking and accelerating
Question 5 of 50
What makes the vehicle in the picture 'environmentally friendly'?
It's powered by gravity
It's powered by diesel
It's powered by electricity
It's powered by unleaded petrol
Question 6 of 50
What will improve fuel consumption?
Reducing your speed
Late and harsh braking
Driving in lower gears
Question 7 of 50
What will be the result of having your vehicle properly serviced?
Reduced insurance premiums
Lower vehicle excise duty (road tax)
Better fuel economy
Slower journey times
Question 8 of 50
You need to top up your battery. What level should you fill it to?
The top of the battery
Halfway up the battery
Just below the cell plates
Just above the cell plates
Question 9 of 50
What should you do when overtaking a motorcyclist in strong winds?
Pass very slowly
Question 10 of 50
Anti-lock brakes reduce the chances of skidding. When is this particularly important?
When you're driving down steep hills
When you're braking during normal driving
When you're braking in an emergency
When you're driving on good road surfaces
Question 11 of 50
You're driving in a built-up area that has traffic-calming measures. What should you do when you approach a road hump?
Move across to the left-hand side of the road
Wait for any pedestrians to cross
Check your mirror and slow down
Stop and check both pavements
Question 12 of 50
What should the driver of the red car (arrowed) do?
Wave towards the pedestrians who are waiting to cross
Wait for the pedestrian in the road to cross
Quickly drive behind the pedestrian in the road
Tell the pedestrian in the road she shouldn't have crossed
Question 13 of 50
You're driving along this road. The driver on the left is reversing from a driveway. What should you do?
Move to the opposite side of the road
Drive through as you have priority
Sound your horn and be prepared to stop
Speed up and drive through quickly
Question 14 of 50
What does this signal from a police officer mean to oncoming traffic?
Question 15 of 50
You've just passed these warning lights. What hazard would you expect to see next?
A level crossing with no barrier
An ambulance station
A school crossing patrol
An opening bridge
Question 16 of 50
Why is a toucan crossing different from other crossings?
Moped riders can use it
It's controlled by a traffic warden
It's controlled by two flashing lights
Cyclists can use it
Question 17 of 50
You're turning left into a side road. What hazard should you be especially aware of?
Question 18 of 50
What must a driver do at a pelican crossing when the amber light is flashing?
Signal the pedestrian to cross
Always wait for the green light before proceeding
Give way to any pedestrians on the crossing
Wait for the red-and-amber light before proceeding
Question 19 of 50
Which of these should you allow extra room when overtaking?
Question 20 of 50
You're about to reverse into a side road. A pedestrian is waiting to cross behind you. What should you do?
Wave to the pedestrian to stop
Give way to the pedestrian
Sound your horn to warn the pedestrian
Reverse before the pedestrian starts to cross
Question 21 of 50
Identify where the windscreen washer reservoir is and tell me how you would check the windscreen washer level. (Choose all that apply).
Open the reservoir and pull out the foam insert
Have someone activate the windscreen washers
Check level on the side of the reservoir
Question 22 of 50
Which sign means no motor vehicles are allowed?
Question 23 of 50
Which button activates the rear demister?
Question 24 of 50
Which of these is least likely to be affected by side winds?
Question 25 of 50
You're driving on the motorway in windy conditions. What should you do as you pass a high-sided vehicle?
Increase your speed
Be wary of a sudden gust
Drive alongside very closely
Expect normal conditions
Question 26 of 50
Why should you always reduce your speed when travelling in fog?
The brakes don't work as well
You'll be dazzled by other headlights
The engine will take longer to warm up
It's more difficult to see what's ahead
Question 27 of 50
You see these markings on the road. Why are they there?
To show a safe distance between vehicles
To keep the area clear of traffic
To make you aware of your speed
To warn you to change direction
Question 28 of 50
What should you do immediately after joining a motorway?
Try to overtake
Re-adjust your mirrors
Position your vehicle in the centre lane
Keep in the left-hand lane
Question 29 of 50
On a three-lane motorway, which lane should you normally use?
Either the right or centre
Question 30 of 50
Which of these mustn't use motorways?
Cars driven by learner drivers
Motorcycles under 50 cc
Cars with automatic transmission
Question 31 of 50
You're waiting at a level crossing. The red warning lights continue to flash after a train has passed by. What should you do?
Get out and investigate
Telephone the signal operator
Continue to wait
Drive across carefully
Question 32 of 50
Where will you see these red and white markers?
Approaching the end of a motorway
Approaching a concealed level crossing
Approaching a concealed speed-limit sign
Approaching the end of a dual carriageway
Question 33 of 50
When may you reverse from a side road into a main road?
Only if both roads are clear of traffic
Not at any time
At any time
Only if the main road is clear of traffic
Question 34 of 50
There are no speed-limit signs on the road. How is a 30 mph limit indicated?
By hazard warning lines
By street lighting
By pedestrian islands
By double or single yellow lines
Question 35 of 50
What does this sign mean?
End of dual carriageway
End of narrow bridge
Question 36 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Question 37 of 50
What does this road marking mean?
Don't cross the line
No stopping allowed
You're approaching a hazard
No overtaking allowed
Question 38 of 50
What's the meaning of this traffic sign?
End of two-way road
Give priority to vehicles coming towards you
You have priority over vehicles coming towards you
Bus lane ahead
Question 39 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Service area 30 miles ahead
Maximum speed 30 mph
Minimum speed 30 mph
Lay-by 30 miles ahead
Question 40 of 50
When may you sound the horn?
To give you right of way
To attract a friend's attention
To warn others of your presence
To make slower drivers move over
Question 41 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Two-way traffic crosses a one-way road
Traffic approaching you has priority
Two-way traffic straight ahead
Motorway contraflow system ahead
Question 42 of 50
Your vehicle is insured third-party only. What does this cover?
Damage to your vehicle
Damage to other vehicles
Injury to yourself
All damage and injury
Question 43 of 50
When must you notify the licensing authority?
When your health affects your driving
When you have to work abroad
When you lend your vehicle to someone
When your vehicle needs an MOT certificate
Question 44 of 50
What should you do as you approach a long road tunnel?
Put on your sunglasses and use the sun visor
Turn your headlights on to main beam
Change down to a lower gear
Make sure your radio is tuned to the frequency shown
Question 45 of 50
At an incident, someone is unconscious. What would your priority be?
Find out their name
Wake them up
Make them comfortable
Check their airway is open
Question 46 of 50
At an incident, what should you do with a casualty who has stopped breathing?
Keep their head tilted forwards as far as possible
Follow the DR ABC code
Raise their legs to help with circulation
Try to give them something to drink
Question 47 of 50
How will a heavy load on your roof rack affect your vehicle's handling?
It will improve the road holding
It will reduce the stopping distance
It will make the steering lighter
It will reduce stability
Question 48 of 50
A collision has just happened. 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 49 of 50
An injured motorcyclist is lying unconscious in the road. The traffic has stopped and there's no further danger. What should you do to help?
Remove their safety helmet
Seek medical assistance
Move the person off the road
Remove their leather jacket
Question 50 of 50
While you're driving, a warning light on your vehicle's instrument panel comes on. What should you do?
Continue if the engine sounds all right
Hope that it's just a temporary electrical fault
Deal with the problem when there's more time
Check out the problem quickly and safely