Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category CAR - Test 17
Question 1 of 50
You can't see clearly behind when reversing. What should you do?
Open the window to look behind
Open the door to look behind
Look in the nearside mirror
Ask someone to guide you
Question 2 of 50
You're driving a slow-moving vehicle on a narrow, winding road. What should you do?
Keep well out to stop vehicles overtaking dangerously
Wave following vehicles past you if you think they can overtake quickly
Pull in when you can, to let following vehicles overtake
Give a left signal when it's safe for vehicles to overtake you
Question 3 of 50
Which vehicle will use a blue flashing beacon?
Question 4 of 50
It can be helpful to plan your route before starting a journey. Why should you also plan an alternative route?
Your original route may be blocked
Your maps may have different scales
You may find you have to pay a congestion charge
You may get held up by a tractor
Question 5 of 50
What's the main cause of brake fade?
The brakes overheating
Air in the brake fluid
Oil on the brakes
The brakes out of adjustment
Question 6 of 50
You're leaving your vehicle parked on a road and unattended. When may you leave the engine running?
If you'll be parking for less than five minutes
If the battery keeps going flat
When parked in a 20 mph zone
Never if you're away from the vehicle
Question 7 of 50
What should you do when leaving your vehicle parked and unattended?
Park near a busy junction
Park in a housing estate
Lock it and remove the key
Leave the left indicator on
Question 8 of 50
What can cause excessive or uneven tyre wear?
A faulty gearbox
A faulty braking system
A faulty electrical system
A faulty exhaust system
Question 9 of 50
You've just gone through deep water. What should you do to make sure your brakes are working properly?
Accelerate and keep to a high speed for a short time
Go slowly while gently applying the brakes
Avoid using the brakes at all for a few miles
Stop for at least an hour to allow them time to dry
Question 10 of 50
You're driving on an icy road. How can you avoid wheelspin?
Drive at a slow speed in as high a gear as possible
Use the handbrake if the wheels start to slip
Brake gently and repeatedly
Drive in a low gear at all times
Question 11 of 50
You're about to go down a steep hill. What should you do to control the speed of your vehicle?
Select a high gear and use the brakes carefully
Select a high gear and use the brakes firmly
Select a low gear and use the brakes carefully
Select a low gear and avoid using the brakes
Question 12 of 50
You take some cough medicine given to you by a friend. What should you do before driving?
Ask your friend if taking the medicine affected their driving
Drink some strong coffee one hour before driving
Check the label to see if the medicine will affect your driving
Drive a short distance to see if the medicine is affecting your driving
Question 13 of 50
What must you do at this junction?
Stop behind the line, then edge forward to see clearly
Stop beyond the line, at a point where you can see clearly
Stop only if there's traffic on the main road
Stop only if you're turning right
Question 14 of 50
You're on a dual carriageway. Ahead, you see a vehicle with an amber flashing light. What could this be?
A fire engine
A doctor on call
A disabled person's vehicle
Question 15 of 50
Where shouldn't you overtake?
On a single carriageway
On a one-way street
Approaching a junction
Travelling up a long hill
Question 16 of 50
How would you react to drivers who appear to be inexperienced?
Sound your horn to warn them of your presence
Be patient and prepare for them to react more slowly
Flash your headlights to indicate that it's safe for them to proceed
Overtake them as soon as possible
Question 17 of 50
Why should you allow extra room when overtaking a motorcyclist on a windy day?
The rider may turn off suddenly to get out of the wind
The rider may be blown across in front of you
The rider may stop suddenly
The rider may be travelling faster than normal
Question 18 of 50
In daylight, an approaching motorcyclist is using dipped headlights. Why?
So that the rider can be seen more easily
To stop the battery overcharging
To improve the rider's vision
The rider is inviting you to proceed
Question 19 of 50
You want to reverse into a side road, but you aren't sure that the area behind your car is clear. What should you do?
Look through the rear window only
Get out and check
Check the mirrors only
Carry on, assuming it's clear
Question 20 of 50
You're following a large vehicle approaching a crossroads. The driver signals to turn left. What should you do?
Overtake if you can leave plenty of room
Overtake only if there are no oncoming vehicles
Don't overtake until the vehicle begins to turn
Don't overtake as you approach or at the junction
Question 21 of 50
Show me how you would switch on the rear fog light(s) and explain when you would use it/them, (no need to exit vehicle). (Choose all that apply).
Turn your lights on full beam as this activates your fog light
Drive with your foot resting on the brake pedal as this activates the rear fog light
Turn the fog light switch on
Check the fog light warning indicator light on your dashboard
Turn your lights on low beam (if necessary)
Question 22 of 50
Which of these is a hazard warning line?
Question 23 of 50
Which is the cap for the brake fluid reservoir?
Question 24 of 50
You're driving in town. Ahead of you a bus is at a bus stop. Which of the following should you do?
Flash your lights to warn the driver of your presence
Continue at the same speed but sound your horn as a warning
Watch carefully for the sudden appearance of pedestrians
Pass the bus as quickly as you possibly can
Question 25 of 50
You're driving at night and are dazzled by vehicle headlights coming towards you. What should you do?
Pull down your sun visor
Slow down or stop
Flash your main-beam headlights
Shade your eyes with your hand
Question 26 of 50
Why could it be dangerous to keep the clutch down, or select neutral, for long periods of time while you're driving?
Fuel spillage will occur
Engine damage may be caused
You'll have less steering and braking control
It will wear tyres out more quickly
Question 27 of 50
You're driving in fog. Why should you keep well back from the vehicle in front?
In case it changes direction suddenly
In case its fog lights dazzle you
In case it stops suddenly
In case its brake lights dazzle you
Question 28 of 50
You are joining a motorway. Why is it important to make full use of the slip road?
Because there is space available to turn round if you need to
To allow you direct access to the overtaking lanes
To build up a speed similar to traffic on the motorway
Because you can continue on the hard shoulder
Question 29 of 50
What should you do when you're joining a motorway?
Use the hard shoulder
Stop at the end of the acceleration lane
Slow to a stop before joining the motorway
Give way to traffic already on the motorway
Question 30 of 50
You're travelling along a motorway and feel tired. Where should you stop to rest?
On the hard shoulder
At the nearest service area
On a slip road
On the central reservation
Question 31 of 50
You're waiting at a level crossing. A train passes but the lights keep flashing. What must you do?
Carry on waiting
Phone the signal operator
Edge over the stop line and look for trains
Park and investigate
Question 32 of 50
You park at night on a road with a 40 mph speed limit. What should you do?
Park facing the traffic
Park with parking lights on
Park with dipped headlights on
Park near a street light
Question 33 of 50
You're travelling on a motorway in England. You must stop when signalled to do so by which of these?
Flashing amber lights above your lane
A traffic officer
Pedestrians on the hard shoulder
A driver who has broken down
Question 34 of 50
Who can use a toucan crossing?
Cars and motorcycles
Cyclists and pedestrians
Buses and lorries
Trams and trains
Question 35 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Vehicles may not park on the verge or footway
Vehicles may park on the left-hand side of the road only
Vehicles may park fully on the verge or footway
Vehicles may park on the right-hand side of the road only
Question 36 of 50
What's the reason for the yellow crisscross lines painted on the road here?
To mark out an area for trams only
To prevent queuing traffic from blocking the junction on the left
To mark the entrance lane to a car park
To warn you of the tram lines crossing the road
Question 37 of 50
Which type of vehicle does this sign apply to?
Question 38 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Level crossing with gate or barrier
Gated road ahead
Level crossing without gate or barrier
Cattle grid ahead
Question 39 of 50
Where does this marking normally appear on a road?
Just before a 'no entry' sign
Just before a 'give way' sign
Just before a 'stop' sign
Just before a 'no through road' sign
Question 40 of 50
At traffic lights, what does it mean when the amber light shows on its own?
Prepare to go
Go if the way is clear
Go if no pedestrians are crossing
Stop at the stop line
Question 41 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Question 42 of 50
You claim on your insurance to have your car repaired. Your policy has an excess of
The insurance company will pay the first
You'll be paid
Your vehicle is insured for a value of
You'll have to pay the first
Question 43 of 50
What must you have when you apply to renew your vehicle excise licence?
The vehicle's chassis number
A valid driving licence
Question 44 of 50
You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash. The rider is injured. When should their helmet be removed?
Only when it's essential
Always straight away
Only when the motorcyclist asks
Always, unless they're in shock
Question 45 of 50
You've broken down on a motorway. When you use the emergency telephone, what will you be asked for?
Details about your vehicle
Your driving licence details
The name of your vehicle's insurance company
Your employer's details
Question 46 of 50
An injured person has been placed in the recovery position. They're unconscious but breathing normally. What else should be done?
Press firmly between their shoulders
Place their arms by their side
Give them a hot sweet drink
Check their airway remains open
Question 47 of 50
On which occasion should you inflate your tyres to more than their normal pressure?
When the roads are slippery
When the vehicle is fitted with anti-lock brakes
When the tyre tread is worn below 2 mm
When carrying a heavy load
Question 48 of 50
On a motorway, when should the hard shoulder be used?
When answering a mobile phone
When an emergency arises
When taking a short rest
When checking a road map
Question 49 of 50
You're the first person to arrive at an incident where people are badly injured. You've switched on your hazard warning lights and checked all engines are stopped. What else should you do?
Make sure that an ambulance is called for
Stop other cars and ask the drivers for help
Try and get people who are injured to drink something
Move the people who are injured clear of their vehicles
Question 50 of 50
Your vehicle has broken down on an automatic railway level crossing. What should you do first?
Get everyone out of the vehicle and clear of the crossing
Telephone your vehicle recovery service to move it
Walk along the track to give warning to any approaching trains
Try to push the vehicle clear of the crossing as soon as possible