Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category CAR - Test 3
Question 1 of 50
Your mobile phone rings while you're travelling. What should you do?
Answer it immediately
Pull up at the nearest kerb
Question 2 of 50
You're driving on a wet road. You have to stop your vehicle in an emergency. What should you do?
Apply the handbrake and footbrake together
Keep both hands on the steering wheel
Select reverse gear
Give an arm signal
Question 3 of 50
After refuelling your vehicle, what should you do to avoid spillage?
Check that your tank is only three-quarters full
Check that you've used a locking filler cap
Check that your fuel gauge is working
Check that your filler cap is securely fastened
Question 4 of 50
What can a loose filler cap on your diesel fuel tank cause?
It can make the engine difficult to start
It can make the roads slippery for other road users
It can improve your vehicle's fuel consumption
It can increase the level of exhaust emissions
Question 5 of 50
How can you lessen the risk of your vehicle being broken into at night?
Leave it in a well-lit area
Park in a quiet side road
Don't engage the steering lock
Park in a poorly-lit area
Question 6 of 50
Fuel consumption is at its highest when you're doing what?
Question 7 of 50
You avoid busy times when travelling. How will this affect your journey?
You're more likely to be held up
Your journey time will be longer
You'll travel a much shorter distance
You're less likely to be delayed
Question 8 of 50
You're parked at the side of the road. You'll be waiting some time for a passenger. What should you do?
Switch off the engine
Apply the steering lock
Switch off the radio
Use your headlights
Question 9 of 50
On a vehicle, where would you find a catalytic converter?
In the fuel tank
In the air filter
On the cooling system
On the exhaust system
Question 10 of 50
When are anti-lock brakes (ABS) most effective?
When you keep pumping the foot brake to prevent skidding
When you brake normally but grip the steering wheel tightly
When you brake promptly and firmly until you've stopped
When you apply the handbrake to reduce the stopping distance
Question 11 of 50
What should you do when driving in fog?
Use sidelights only
Position close to the centre line
Allow more time for your journey
Keep close to the car in front
Question 12 of 50
You've been involved in an argument that has made you feel angry. What should you do before starting your journey?
Open a window
Turn on your radio
Have an alcoholic drink
Question 13 of 50
You find that your eyesight has become very poor and your optician cannot help you. By law, who should you tell?
The driver licensing authority
Your own doctor
The local police
Question 14 of 50
You're behind this cyclist. When the traffic lights change, what should you do?
Try to move off before the cyclist
Allow the cyclist time and room
Turn right but give the cyclist room
Tap your horn and drive through first
Question 15 of 50
Which road user has caused a hazard?
The parked car (arrowed A)
The pedestrian waiting to cross (arrowed B)
The moving car (arrowed C)
The car turning (arrowed D)
Question 16 of 50
How would age affect an elderly person's driving ability?
They won't be able to obtain car insurance
They'll need glasses to read road signs
They'll take longer to react to hazards
They won't signal at junctions
Question 17 of 50
Where should you take particular care to look for motorcyclists and cyclists?
On dual carriageways
At zebra crossings
On one-way streets
Question 18 of 50
The left-hand pavement is closed due to street repairs. What should you do?
Watch out for pedestrians walking in the road
Use your right-hand mirror more often
Speed up to get past the roadworks more quickly
Position close to the left-hand kerb
Question 19 of 50
When you're overtaking a cyclist, you should leave as much room as you would give to a car. What's the main reason for this?
The cyclist might speed up
The cyclist might get off their bike
The cyclist might swerve
The cyclist might have to make a left turn
Question 20 of 50
Why should motorcyclists wear bright clothing?
They must do so by law
It helps keep them cool in summer
The colours are popular
Drivers often do not see them
Question 21 of 50
Tell me how you'd check that the brakes are working before starting a journey. (Choose all that apply).
Check the brake fluid reservoir
Brake pedal should feel firm, but not hard
Test brakes as you set off
Check vehicle doesn't pull to one side when braking
Drive with the brakes on for 50-100m to warm them up
Question 22 of 50
Which instrument-panel warning light would show that headlights are on full beam?
Question 23 of 50
How should you give an arm signal to turn left?
Question 24 of 50
You're driving in heavy traffic on a wet road. Spray makes it difficult to be seen. What lights should you use?
Rear fog lights if visibility is more than 100 metres (328 feet)
Question 25 of 50
You're waiting to emerge left from a minor road. A large vehicle is approaching from the right. You have time to turn, but you should wait. Why?
The large vehicle can easily hide an overtaking vehicle
The large vehicle can turn suddenly
The large vehicle is difficult to steer in a straight line
The large vehicle can easily hide vehicles from the left
Question 26 of 50
What should you do if you park on the road when it's foggy?
Leave sidelights switched on
Leave dipped headlights and fog lights switched on
Leave dipped headlights switched on
Leave main-beam headlights switched on
Question 27 of 50
What should you do when dealing with this hazard?
Switch on your hazard warning lights
Use a low gear and drive slowly
Use a high gear to prevent wheelspin
Switch on your windscreen wipers
Question 28 of 50
Daytime visibility is poor but not seriously reduced. Which lights should you switch on?
Headlights and fog lights
Front fog lights
Rear fog lights
Question 29 of 50
You're driving on a motorway and have to slow down quickly due to a hazard ahead. How can you warn drivers behind of the hazard?
Switch on your hazard warning lights
Switch on your headlights
Sound your horn
Flash your headlights
Question 30 of 50
Unless signs show otherwise, what's the national speed limit for a car or motorcycle on a motorway?
Question 31 of 50
You're travelling in the left-hand lane of a three-lane motorway. How should you react to traffic joining from a slip road?
Race the other vehicles
Move to another lane
Maintain a steady speed
Switch on your hazard warning lights
Question 32 of 50
You want to turn right at a box junction. There's oncoming traffic. What should you do?
Wait in the box junction if your exit is clear
Wait before the junction until it's clear of all traffic
Drive on; you can't turn right at a box junction
Drive slowly into the box junction when signalled by oncoming traffic
Question 33 of 50
Where shouldn't you park?
On a road with a 40 mph speed limit
At or near a bus stop
Where there's no pavement
Within 20 metres (65 feet) of a junction
Question 34 of 50
You're looking for somewhere to park your vehicle. The area is full except for spaces marked 'disabled use'. What can you do?
You can use these spaces when elsewhere is full
You can park in one of these spaces if you stay with your vehicle
You can use one of the spaces as long as one is kept free
You can't park there, unless you're permitted to do so
Question 35 of 50
You're driving at night with your headlights on full beam. A vehicle is overtaking you. When should you dip your lights?
Some time after the vehicle has passed you
Before the vehicle starts to pass you
Only if the other driver dips their headlights
As soon as the vehicle passes you
Question 36 of 50
What does a red traffic light mean?
You should stop unless turning left
Stop, if you're able to brake safely
You must stop and wait behind the stop line
Proceed with care
Question 37 of 50
What does this motorway sign mean?
Change to the lane on your left
Leave the motorway at the next exit
Change to the opposite carriageway
Pull up on the hard shoulder
Question 38 of 50
These flashing red lights mean that you must stop. Where would you find them?
Question 39 of 50
Where would you see these road markings?
At a level crossing
On a motorway slip road
At a pedestrian crossing
On a single-track road
Question 40 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Cyclists must dismount
Cycles aren't allowed
Cycle route ahead
Cycle in single file
Question 41 of 50
What does this sign mean?
No road markings
No through road
Question 42 of 50
How will a police officer in a patrol vehicle normally get you to stop?
Flash the headlights, indicate left and point to the left
Wait until you stop, then approach you
Use the siren, overtake, cut in front and stop
Pull alongside you, use the siren and wave you to stop
Question 43 of 50
What qualifies you to supervise a learner driver?
You must have held a licence for at least a year
You must be at least 21 years old
You must be an approved driving instructor
You must hold an advanced driving certificate
Question 44 of 50
What does the Pass Plus scheme enable newly qualified drivers to do?
Widen their driving experience
Supervise a learner driver
Increase their insurance premiums
Avoid mechanical breakdowns
Question 45 of 50
At an incident, a small child isn't breathing. What should you do to try and help?
Find their parents and get permission to help
Open their airway and begin CPR
Put them in the recovery position and slap their back
Talk to them confidently until an ambulance arrives
Question 46 of 50
You're in a tunnel. Your vehicle is on fire and you can't drive it. What should you do?
Stay in the vehicle and close the windows
Switch on hazard warning lights
Leave the engine running
Switch off all of your lights
Question 47 of 50
At an incident, it's important to look after any casualties. What should you do with them when the area is safe?
Move them away from the vehicles
Ask them how it happened
Give them something to eat
Keep them where they are
Question 48 of 50
How should a load be carried on your roof rack?
Securely fastened with suitable restraints
Loaded towards the rear of the vehicle
Visible in your exterior mirror
Covered with plastic sheeting
Question 49 of 50
When are you allowed to use hazard warning lights?
When stopped and temporarily obstructing traffic
When travelling during darkness without headlights
When parked on double yellow lines to visit a shop
When travelling slowly because you're lost
Question 50 of 50
You're the first to arrive at the scene of a crash. What should you do?
Leave as soon as another motorist arrives
Flag down other motorists to help you
Drag all casualties away from the vehicles
Call the emergency services promptly