Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category CAR - Test 5
Question 1 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with a hand-held telephone. What should you do to use the phone?
Reduce your speed
Find a safe place to stop
Steer the vehicle with one hand
Be particularly careful at junctions
Question 2 of 50
You're waiting to turn right at the end of a road. Your view is obstructed by parked vehicles. What should you do?
Stop and then move forward slowly and carefully for a clear view
Move quickly to where you can see so you only block traffic from one direction
Wait for a pedestrian to let you know when it's safe for you to emerge
Turn your vehicle around immediately and find another junction to use
Question 3 of 50
What should you do when you're overtaking a horse and rider?
Sound your horn as a warning
Go past as quickly as possible
Flash your headlights as a warning
Go past slowly and carefully
Question 4 of 50
At a puffin crossing, which colour follows the green signal?
Question 5 of 50
You're carrying two 13-year-old children and their parents in your car. Who's responsible for seeing that the children wear seat belts?
The children's parents
You, the driver
The front-seat passenger
Question 6 of 50
What should you do if your anti-lock brakes (ABS) warning light stays on?
Check the brake-fluid level
Check the footbrake free play
Check that the handbrake is released
Have the brakes checked immediately
Question 7 of 50
Which driving technique can help you save fuel?
Using lower gears as often as possible
Accelerating sharply in each gear
Using each gear in turn
Missing out some gears
Question 8 of 50
You're testing your suspension. You notice that your vehicle keeps bouncing when you press down on the front wing. What does this mean?
Steering wheel not located centrally
Worn shock absorbers
Question 9 of 50
You're parked on the road at night. Where must you use parking lights?
Where there are continuous white lines in the middle of the road
Where the speed limit exceeds 30 mph
Where you're facing oncoming traffic
Where you're near a bus stop
Question 10 of 50
In very hot weather the road surface can become soft. What will this affect?
The exhaust emissions
The fuel consumption
The tyre grip
Question 11 of 50
You're following a vehicle at a safe distance on a wet road. Another driver overtakes you and pulls into the gap you've left. What should you do?
Flash your headlights as a warning
Try to overtake safely as soon as you can
Drop back to regain a safe distance
Stay close to the other vehicle until it moves on
Question 12 of 50
You've been taking medicine that causes drowsiness. You begin to feel better, but you still need to take the medicine. What should you do about driving?
Only drive if your journey is necessary
Drive on quiet roads
Ask someone to come with you
Avoid driving and check with your doctor
Question 13 of 50
What type of vehicle displays this yellow sign?
A broken-down vehicle
A school bus
An ice-cream van
A private ambulance
Question 14 of 50
What should you do if you begin to feel drowsy while you're driving?
Stop and rest as soon as possible
Turn the heater up to keep you warm and comfortable
Close the car windows to help you concentrate
Continue with your journey but drive more slowly
Question 15 of 50
What's a common effect of drinking alcohol?
Question 16 of 50
Why are mirrors often slightly curved (convex)?
They give a wider field of vision
They totally cover blind spots
They make it easier to judge the speed of following traffic
They make following traffic look bigger
Question 17 of 50
A horse rider is in the left-hand lane approaching a roundabout. Where should you expect the rider to go?
In any direction
To the right
To the left
Question 18 of 50
You're on a country road. What should you expect to see coming towards you on your side of the road?
Question 19 of 50
Who's especially in danger of not being seen as you reverse your car?
Question 20 of 50
What should you do when following a car driven by an elderly driver?
Expect the driver to drive badly
Flash your lights and overtake
Be aware that their reactions may be slower than yours
Stay very close behind but be careful
Question 21 of 50
Tell me how you would check the tyres to ensure that they have sufficient tread depth and that their general condition is safe to use on the road. (Choose all that apply).
Check there are no cuts and bulges
Check you have at least 1.3mm tread depth across 3/4 of the tyre around the entire circumference
Check you have at least 1.6mm tread depth across 3/4 of the tyre around the entire circumference
Question 22 of 50
You're about to overtake a slow-moving motorcyclist. Which one of these signs would make you take special care?
Question 23 of 50
Which sign means no motor vehicles allowed?
Question 24 of 50
How should you overtake a long, slow-moving vehicle on a busy road?
Follow it closely and keep moving out to see the road ahead
Flash your headlights for the oncoming traffic to give way
Stay behind until the driver waves you past
Keep well back until you can see that it's clear
Question 25 of 50
What should you do when you're approaching a bus that's signalling to move away from a bus stop?
Get past before it moves
Allow it to pull away, if it's safe to do so
Flash your headlights as you approach
Signal left and wave the bus on
Question 26 of 50
What's a rumble device designed to do?
Prevent cattle escaping
Alert you to low tyre pressure
Alert you to a hazard
Question 27 of 50
What must you do when overtaking a car at night?
Flash your headlights before overtaking
Select a higher gear
Switch your lights to full beam before overtaking
Make sure you don't dazzle other road users
Question 28 of 50
You're towing a trailer on a motorway. What's the speed limit for a car towing a trailer on this road?
Question 29 of 50
You're on a three-lane motorway. There are red reflective studs on your left and white ones to your right. Which lane are you in?
In the right-hand lane
In the middle lane
On the hard shoulder
In the left-hand lane
Question 30 of 50
Which vehicles are prohibited from using the motorway?
Powered mobility scooters
Motorcycles over 50cc
Cars with automatic transmission
Question 31 of 50
You've broken down on a motorway. In which direction should you walk to find the nearest emergency telephone?
With the traffic flow
Facing oncoming traffic
In the direction shown on the marker posts
In the direction of the nearest exit
Question 32 of 50
You're parked in a busy high street. What's the safest way to turn your vehicle around so you can go the opposite way?
Find a quiet side road to turn around in
Drive into a side road and reverse into the main road
Get someone to stop the traffic
Do a U-turn
Question 33 of 50
There's a tractor ahead. You want to overtake but you aren't sure whether it's safe. What should you do?
Follow another vehicle as it overtakes the tractor
Sound your horn to make the tractor pull over
Speed past, flashing your lights at oncoming traffic
Stay behind the tractor if you're in any doubt
Question 34 of 50
You're on a well-lit road at night, in a built-up area. How will using dipped headlights help?
You can see further along the road
You can go at a much faster speed
You can switch to main beam quickly
You can be easily seen by others
Question 35 of 50
When may you stop on an urban clearway?
To set down and pick up passengers
To use a mobile telephone
To ask for directions
To load or unload goods
Question 36 of 50
The driver of the car in front is giving this arm signal. What does it mean?
The driver is slowing down
The driver intends to turn right
The driver wishes to overtake
The driver intends to turn left
Question 37 of 50
How should the right-hand lane of a three-lane motorway be used?
As a high-speed lane
As an overtaking lane
As a right-turn lane
As an acceleration lane
Question 38 of 50
What does '25' mean on this motorway sign?
The distance to the nearest town
The route number of the road
The number of the next junction
The speed limit on the slip road
Question 39 of 50
Where would you see this road marking?
At traffic lights
On road humps
Near a level crossing
At a box junction
Question 40 of 50
You're waiting at a T-junction. A vehicle is coming from the right, with its left indicator flashing. What should you do?
Move out and accelerate hard
Wait until the vehicle starts to turn in
Pull out before the vehicle reaches the junction
Move out slowly
Question 41 of 50
Other drivers may sometimes flash their headlights at you. In which situation are they allowed to do this?
To warn of a radar speed trap ahead
To show that they're giving way to you
To warn you of their presence
To let you know there's a fault with your vehicle
Question 42 of 50
What does this sign mean?
The right-hand lane ahead is narrow
Right-hand lane for buses only
Right-hand lane for turning right
The right-hand lane is closed
Question 43 of 50
When may the cost of your insurance come down?
When you're under 25 years old
When you don't wear glasses
When you pass the driving test first time
When you complete the Pass Plus scheme
Question 44 of 50
When must you contact the vehicle licensing authority?
When you take your vehicle abroad on holiday
When you change your vehicle
When you use your vehicle for work
When your vehicle's insurance is due
Question 45 of 50
At an incident, a casualty isn't breathing. What should you do while helping them to start breathing again?
Put their arms across their chest
Shake them firmly
Roll them onto their side
Tilt their head back gently
Question 46 of 50
At an incident, someone is suffering from severe burns. What should you do to help them?
Apply lotions to the injury
Burst any blisters
Remove anything sticking to the burns
Douse the burns with clean, cool water
Question 47 of 50
At an incident, a casualty is unconscious. You need to check whether they're breathing. How long should you allow for this check?
At least 2 seconds
At least 10 seconds
At least 1 minute
At least 2 minutes
Question 48 of 50
You're carrying a child in your car. They're under three years old. Which of these is a suitable restraint?
A child seat
An adult holding a child
An adult seat belt
An adult lap belt
Question 49 of 50
You've stopped at an incident to give help. What should you do?
Keep injured people warm and comfortable
Give injured people something to eat
Keep injured people on the move by walking them around
Give injured people a warm drink
Question 50 of 50
At an incident, a casualty is unconscious but breathing. When should you move them?
When an ambulance is on its way
When bystanders advise you to
When there's further danger
When bystanders will help you