Top Theory Tests
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Category CAR - Random Test
Question 1 of 50
When do windscreen pillars cause a serious obstruction to your view?
When you're driving on a motorway
When you're driving on a dual carriageway
When you're approaching a one-way street
When you're approaching bends and junctions
Question 2 of 50
You're approaching a red light at a puffin crossing. Pedestrians are on the crossing. When will the red light change?
When you start to edge forward onto the crossing
When the pedestrians have cleared the crossing
When the pedestrians push the button on the far side of the crossing
When a driver from the opposite direction reaches the crossing
Question 3 of 50
At which type of crossing are cyclists allowed to ride across with pedestrians?
Question 4 of 50
Who should obey diamond-shaped traffic signs?
Question 5 of 50
Why should you never wave people across at pedestrian crossings?
Another vehicle may be coming
They may not be looking
It's safer for you to carry on
They may not be ready to cross
Question 6 of 50
What should you do when you leave your car unattended for a few minutes?
Leave the engine running
Switch the engine off but leave the key in
Lock it and remove the key
Park near a traffic warden
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 carrying a five-year-old child in the back seat of your car. They're under 1.35 metres (4 feet 5 inches) tall. A correct child restraint isn't available. How should you seat them?
Behind the passenger seat
Using an adult seat belt
Sharing a belt with an adult
Between two other children
Question 9 of 50
What does the law require you to keep in good condition?
Question 10 of 50
You're driving along a country road. You see this sign. What should you do after dealing safely with the hazard?
Check your tyre pressures
Switch on your hazard warning lights
Test your brakes
Question 11 of 50
What can result when you travel for long distances in neutral (known as coasting)?
Improvement in control
Reduction in control
Increased fuel consumption
Question 12 of 50
By how much can stopping distances increase in icy conditions?
Question 13 of 50
What advice should you give to a driver who has had a few alcoholic drinks at a party?
Have a strong cup of coffee and then drive home
Drive home carefully and slowly
Go home by public transport
Wait a short while and then drive home
Question 14 of 50
You're following a slower-moving vehicle on a narrow country road. There's a junction just ahead on the right. What should you do?
Overtake after checking your mirrors and signalling
Only consider overtaking when you're past the junction
Accelerate quickly to pass before the junction
Slow down and prepare to overtake on the left
Question 15 of 50
You intend to turn left at the traffic lights. What should you do just before turning?
Check your right mirror
Move up close to the white car
Straddle the lanes
Check for bicycles on your left
Question 16 of 50
You're about to drive home from holiday when you become ill. A doctor prescribes drugs that are likely to affect your driving. What should you do?
Only drive if someone is with you
Avoid driving on motorways
Get someone else to drive
Never drive at more than 30 mph
Question 17 of 50
Some two-way roads are divided into three lanes. Why are these particularly dangerous?
Traffic in both directions can use the middle lane to overtake
Traffic can travel faster in poor weather conditions
Traffic can overtake on the left
Traffic uses the middle lane for emergencies only
Question 18 of 50
You're turning left at a junction where pedestrians have started to cross. What should you do?
Go around them, leaving plenty of room
Stop and wave at them to cross
Sound your horn and proceed
Give way to them
Question 19 of 50
You're on a country road. What should you expect to see coming towards you on your side of the road?
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
Tell me how you would know if there was a problem with your anti lock braking system. (Choose all that apply).
The brakes will lock on and you won't be able to move
A warning light should illuminate
You will hear the ABS triggering as soon as you start the car and the brake pedal will vibrate
Question 22 of 50
Which is the cap for the brake fluid reservoir?
Question 23 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 24 of 50
You're following a long vehicle. As it approaches a crossroads, it signals left but moves out to the right. What should you do?
Get closer in order to pass it quickly
Stay well back and give it room
Assume the signal is wrong and that it's turning right
Overtake it as it starts to slow down
Question 25 of 50
You're driving on an icy road. What distance from the car in front should you drive?
Four times the normal distance
Six times the normal distance
Eight times the normal distance
Ten times the normal distance
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
While you're driving in fog, it becomes necessary to use front fog lights. What should you remember?
Only use them in heavy traffic conditions
Don't use them on motorways
Only use them on dual carriageways
Switch them off when visibility improves
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
On a three-lane motorway, what does this sign mean?
Use any lane except the hard shoulder
Use the hard shoulder only
Use the three right-hand lanes only
Use all the lanes, including the hard shoulder
Question 30 of 50
What do these motorway signs show?
They're countdown markers to a bridge
They're distance markers to the next telephone
They're countdown markers to the next exit
They warn of a police control ahead
Question 31 of 50
On which part of a motorway are amber reflective studs found?
Between the hard shoulder and the carriageway
Between the acceleration lane and the carriageway
Between the central reservation and the carriageway
Between each pair of lanes
Question 32 of 50
What's the right-hand lane used for on a three-lane motorway?
Emergency vehicles only
Vehicles towing trailers
Question 33 of 50
How should you signal when going straight ahead at a roundabout?
Indicate left before leaving the roundabout
Don't indicate at any time
Indicate right when approaching the roundabout
Indicate left when approaching the roundabout
Question 34 of 50
What should you do when you're unsure whether it's safe to reverse your vehicle?
Sound your horn
Rev your engine
Get out and check
Question 35 of 50
Which person's signal to stop must you obey?
A police officer
A bus driver
Question 36 of 50
What's the reason for the area marked in red and white along the centre of this road?
It separates traffic flowing in opposite directions
It marks an area to be used by overtaking motorcyclists
It's a temporary marking to warn of the roadworks
It separates the two sides of the dual carriageway
Question 37 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 38 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 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
You see this sign ahead. What does it mean?
National speed limit applies
Waiting restrictions apply
Question 41 of 50
What does the white line along the side of the road indicate?
The edge of the carriageway
The approach to a hazard
Question 42 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Beware of trains
Beware of trams
Question 43 of 50
You're approaching a junction where the traffic lights aren't working. What should you do when a police officer gives this signal?
Turn left only
Turn right only
Continue ahead only
Stop at the stop line
Question 44 of 50
Which of these is needed before you can legally use a vehicle on the road?
A valid driving licence
Proof of your identity
A vehicle handbook
Question 45 of 50
A new car will need its first MOT test when it's how old?
Question 46 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 47 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 48 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 49 of 50
You're at an incident. What could you do to help a casualty who's unconscious?
Take photographs of the scene
Check that they're breathing normally
Move them to somewhere more comfortable
Splash their face with cool water
Question 50 of 50
How will a heavy load on your roof rack affect your vehicle's handling?
It will improve the road holding
It will reduce the stopping distance
It will make the steering lighter
It will reduce stability