Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category CAR - Random Test
Question 1 of 50
You're on a long motorway journey. What should you do if you start to feel sleepy?
Play some loud music
Stop on the hard shoulder for a rest
Drive faster to complete your journey sooner
Leave the motorway and stop in a safe place
Question 2 of 50
What should you do before making a U-turn?
Give an arm signal as well as using your indicators
Check signs to see that U-turns are permitted
Look over your shoulder for a final check
Select a higher gear than normal
Question 3 of 50
When should you flash your headlights at other road users?
When showing that you're giving way
When showing that you're about to turn
When telling them that you have right of way
When letting them know that you're there
Question 4 of 50
What style of driving causes increased risk to everyone?
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
How can driving in an ecosafe manner help protect the environment?
Through the legal enforcement of speed regulations
By increasing the number of cars on the road
Through increased fuel bills
By reducing exhaust emissions
Question 7 of 50
How can you reduce the damage your vehicle causes to the environment?
Use narrow side streets
Use busy routes
Anticipate well ahead
Question 8 of 50
When you use the brakes, your vehicle pulls to one side. What should you do?
Increase the pressure in your tyres
Have the brakes checked as soon as possible
Change gear and pump the brake pedal
Use your parking brake at the same time
Question 9 of 50
When leaving your vehicle, where should you try to park?
Opposite a traffic island
In a secure car park
On a bend
At or near a taxi rank
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
Overall stopping distance is made up of thinking distance and braking distance. You're on a good, dry road surface, with good brakes and tyres. What's the typical braking distance from 50 mph?
14 metres (46 feet)
24 metres (80 feet)
38 metres (125 feet)
55 metres (180 feet)
Question 12 of 50
How can you use your vehicle's engine as a brake?
By changing to a lower gear
By selecting reverse gear
By changing to a higher gear
By selecting neutral gear
Question 13 of 50
You think the driver of the vehicle in front has forgotten to cancel their right indicator. What should you do?
Flash your lights to alert the driver
Sound your horn before overtaking
Overtake on the left if there's room
Stay behind and don't overtake
Question 14 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 15 of 50
Where would you expect to see these markers?
On a motorway sign
On a railway bridge
On a large goods vehicle
On a diversion sign
Question 16 of 50
What does the solid white line at the side of the road indicate?
Traffic lights ahead
Edge of the carriageway
Footpath on the left
Question 17 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 18 of 50
You're driving towards a zebra crossing. A person in a wheelchair is waiting to cross. What should you do?
Continue on your way
Wave to the person to cross
Wave to the person to wait
Be prepared to stop
Question 19 of 50
Who may use toucan crossings?
Motorcyclists and cyclists
Motorcyclists and pedestrians
Cyclists and pedestrians
Question 20 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 21 of 50
Show me how you wash and clean the rear windscreen. (Choose all that apply)
Turn ignition on (if necessary)
Put the vehicle in reverse
Operate the windscreen washer stalk (e.g. by pulling backwards)
Question 22 of 50
Which is the cap for the radiator?
Question 23 of 50
What should you do when you're following a motorcyclist along a road that has a poor surface?
Drive closely so they can see you in their mirrors
Overtake immediately to avoid delays
Allow extra room in case they swerve to avoid potholes
Allow the same room as normal to avoid wasting road space
Question 24 of 50
You're following a long vehicle approaching a crossroads. The driver signals right but moves close to the left-hand kerb. What should you do?
Warn the driver about the wrong signal
Wait behind the long vehicle
Report the driver to the police
Overtake on the right-hand side
Question 25 of 50
When may you wait in a box junction?
When you're stationary in a queue of traffic
When approaching a pelican crossing
When approaching a zebra crossing
When oncoming traffic prevents you turning right
Question 26 of 50
When may front fog lights be used?
When visibility is seriously reduced
When they're fitted above the bumper
When they aren't as bright as the headlights
When an audible warning device is used
Question 27 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 28 of 50
Your vehicle breaks down on the hard shoulder of a motorway. You need to use your mobile phone to call for help. What should you do?
Stand at the rear of the vehicle while making the call
Phone a friend and ask them to come and collect you
Open the bonnet to help the emergency services know you've broken down
Check your location from the marker posts on the left
Question 29 of 50
When may you stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway?
In an emergency
If you feel tired and need to rest
If you miss the exit that you wanted
To pick up a hitchhiker
Question 30 of 50
You're using a smart motorway. What happens when it's operating?
Speed limits above lanes are advisory
The national speed limit will apply
The speed limit is always 30 mph
You must obey the speed limits shown
Question 31 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 32 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 33 of 50
You're waiting at a pelican crossing. What does it mean when the red light changes to flashing amber?
Wait for pedestrians on the crossing to clear
Move off immediately without any hesitation
Wait for the green light before moving off
Get ready and go when the continuous amber light shows
Question 34 of 50
Who has priority at an unmarked crossroads?
The larger vehicle
No-one has priority
The faster vehicle
The smaller vehicle
Question 35 of 50
When can you park on the left opposite these road markings?
If the line nearest to you is broken
When there are no yellow lines
To pick up or set down passengers
During daylight hours only
Question 36 of 50
What must you do when entering roadworks where a temporary speed limit is displayed?
Obey the speed limit
Obey the limit, but only during rush hour
Ignore the displayed limit
Use your own judgment; the limit is only advisory
Question 37 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Question 38 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Turn left for parking area
No through road on the left
No entry for traffic turning left
Turn left for ferry terminal
Question 39 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 40 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Uneven road surface
Bridge over the road
Road ahead ends
Water across the road
Question 41 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 42 of 50
What does this sign mean?
No road markings
No through road
Question 43 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 44 of 50
You've just passed your practical test. You don't hold a full licence in another category. Within two years you get six penalty points on your licence. What will you have to do?
Retake only your theory test
Retake your theory and practical tests
Retake only your practical test
Reapply for your full licence immediately
Question 45 of 50
You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash. No other vehicle is involved. The rider is unconscious and lying in the middle of the road. What's the first thing you should do at the scene?
Move the rider out of the road
Warn other traffic
Clear the road of debris
Give the rider reassurance
Question 46 of 50
You're going through a congested tunnel and have to stop. What should you do?
Pull up very close to the vehicle in front to save space
Ignore any message signs, as they're never up to date
Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front
Make a U-turn and find another route
Question 47 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 48 of 50
Your vehicle breaks down in a tunnel. What should you do?
Stay in your vehicle and wait for the police
Stand in the lane behind your vehicle to warn others
Stand in front of your vehicle to warn oncoming drivers
Switch on hazard warning lights, then go and call for help
Question 49 of 50
You've broken down on a two-way road. You have a warning triangle. At least how far from your vehicle should you place the warning triangle?
5 metres (16 feet)
25 metres (82 feet)
45 metres (147 feet)
100 metres (328 feet)
Question 50 of 50
You're towing a small trailer on a busy three-lane motorway. What must you do if all the lanes are open?
Not exceed 50 mph
Have a stabiliser fitted
Use only the left-hand and centre lanes