Top Theory Tests
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Category CAR - Random Test
Question 1 of 50
In which of these situations should you avoid overtaking?
Just after a bend
In a one-way street
On a 30 mph road
Approaching a dip in the road
Question 2 of 50
What does the term 'blind spot' mean for a driver?
An area covered by your right-hand mirror
An area not covered by your headlights
An area covered by your left-hand mirror
An area not covered by your mirrors
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
Which vehicle will use a blue flashing beacon?
Question 5 of 50
What can driving smoothly achieve?
Reduction in journey times by about 15%
Increase in fuel consumption by about 15%
Reduction in fuel consumption by about 15%
Increase in journey times by about 15%
Question 6 of 50
The fluid level in your battery is low. What should you top it up with?
Question 7 of 50
You enter a road where there are road humps. What should you do?
Maintain a reduced speed throughout
Accelerate quickly between each one
Always keep to the maximum legal speed
Drive slowly at school times only
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
What's badly affected if the tyres are under-inflated?
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
What's the shortest overall stopping distance on a dry road at 60 mph?
53 metres (175 feet)
58 metres (190 feet)
73 metres (240 feet)
96 metres (315 feet)
Question 12 of 50
When approaching a right-hand bend, you should keep well to the left. Why is this?
To improve your view of the road
To overcome the effect of the road's slope
To let faster traffic from behind overtake
To be positioned safely if you skid
Question 13 of 50
What's an effect of drinking alcohol?
Poor judgement of speed
A loss of confidence
Greater awareness of danger
Question 14 of 50
You're invited to a pub lunch. You know that you'll have to drive in the evening. What's your best course of action?
Avoid mixing your alcoholic drinks
Don't drink any alcohol at all
Have some milk before drinking alcohol
Eat a hot meal with your alcoholic drinks
Question 15 of 50
Your motorway journey is boring and you feel drowsy. What should you do?
Stop on the hard shoulder for a sleep
Open a window and stop as soon as it's safe and legal
Speed up to arrive at your destination sooner
Slow down and let other drivers overtake
Question 16 of 50
You're driving on this dual carriageway. Why may you need to slow down?
There's a broken white line in the centre
There are solid white lines on either side
There are roadworks ahead of you
There are no footpaths
Question 17 of 50
A driver's behaviour has upset you. What can you do to safely get over this incident?
Stop and take a break
Shout abusive language
Gesture to them with your hand
Follow them, flashing your headlights
Question 18 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 19 of 50
You're driving past a line of parked cars. You notice a ball bouncing out into the road ahead. What should you do?
Continue driving at the same speed and sound your horn
Continue driving at the same speed and flash your headlights
Slow down and be prepared to stop for children
Stop and wave the children across to fetch their ball
Question 20 of 50
What should you do when approaching this crossing?
Prepare to slow down and stop
Stop and wave the pedestrians across
Speed up and pass by quickly
Continue unless the pedestrians step out
Question 21 of 50
Tell me how you would check that the headlights and tail lights are working (no need to exit vehicle). (Choose all that apply).
Turn on ignition (if necessary)
Turn on lights
Check warning light on the dashboard
Question 22 of 50
Which instrument-panel warning light would show that headlights are on full beam?
Question 23 of 50
You see a pedestrian carrying a white stick with a red band. What does this tell you?
They have limited mobility
They're deaf and blind
Question 24 of 50
As a driver, why should you be more careful where trams operate?
Because they don't have a horn
Because they can't stop for cars
Because they don't have lights
Because they can't steer to avoid you
Question 25 of 50
You're driving on a motorway at night. When may you switch off your headlights?
When there are vehicles close in front of you
When you're travelling below 50 mph
When the motorway is lit
When your vehicle is broken down on the hard shoulder
Question 26 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 27 of 50
When may you overtake another vehicle on the left?
When you're in a one-way street
When approaching a motorway slip road where you'll be turning off
When the vehicle in front is signalling to turn left
When a slower vehicle is travelling in the right-hand lane of a dual carriageway
Question 28 of 50
What will happen if you hold the clutch pedal down or roll in neutral for too long?
It will use more fuel
It will cause the engine to overheat
It will reduce your control
It will improve tyre wear
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
When may you stop on a motorway?
If you have to read a map
When you're tired and need a rest
If your mobile phone rings
In an emergency or breakdown
Question 31 of 50
You break down on a motorway. You need to call for help. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone?
It connects you to a local garage
Using a mobile phone will distract other drivers
It allows easy location by the emergency services
Mobile phones don't work on motorways
Question 32 of 50
What's used to reduce traffic bunching on a motorway?
Variable speed limits
National speed limits
Question 33 of 50
You see street lights but no speed-limit signs. What will the speed limit usually be?
Question 34 of 50
On which occasion may you enter a box junction?
When there are fewer than two vehicles ahead
When signalled by another road user
When your exit road is clear
When traffic signs direct you
Question 35 of 50
You're driving in the right-hand lane of a dual carriageway. You see signs showing that the right-hand lane is closed 800 yards ahead. What should you do?
Keep in that lane until you reach the queue
Move to the left immediately
Wait and see which lane is moving faster
Move to the left in good time
Question 36 of 50
What does this sign mean?
End of dual carriageway
End of narrow bridge
Question 37 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Humps in the road
Entrance to tunnel
Question 38 of 50
At a junction, you see this sign partly covered by snow. What does it mean?
Question 39 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Maximum speed limit with traffic calming
Minimum speed limit with traffic calming
'20 cars only' parking zone
Only 20 cars allowed at any one time
Question 40 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Route for trams
Give way to trams
Route for buses
Give way to buses
Question 41 of 50
What speed limit is often found in narrow residential streets?
Question 42 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 43 of 50
The Pass Plus scheme has been created for new drivers. What's its main purpose?
To allow you to drive faster
To allow you to carry passengers
To improve your basic skills
To let you drive on motorways
Question 44 of 50
What is a cover note?
A document issued before you receive your driving licence
A document issued before you receive your insurance certificate
A document issued before you receive your registration document
A document issued before you receive your MOT certificate
Question 45 of 50
Your car requires an MOT certificate. When is it legal to drive it without an MOT certificate?
Up to seven days after the old certificate has run out
When driving to an MOT centre to arrange an appointment
When driving the car with the owner's permission
When driving to an appointment at an MOT centre
Question 46 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 47 of 50
Following a collision, someone has suffered a burn. The burn needs to be cooled. What's the shortest time it should be cooled for?
Question 48 of 50
You have a collision while your car is moving. What's the first thing you must do?
Stop only if someone waves at you
Call the emergency services
Stop at the scene of the incident
Call your insurance company
Question 49 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 50 of 50
A trailer must stay securely hitched to the towing vehicle. What additional safety device must be fitted to a trailer braking system?