Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category LORRY - Test 1
Question 1 of 50
Why do many drivers park at overnight stops with their rear doors close to another lorry?
To keep the load safe
To ensure a clear path
To keep 'same company' lorries together
To stop the theft of their fuel
Question 2 of 50
Where must the repair of a speed limiter be carried out?
At an authorised speed-limiter centre
At any DVSA site
At any dealer centre
At the depot by a mechanic
Question 3 of 50
By how much can your stopping distance increase in icy weather?
Question 4 of 50
Where can the axle weight limits be found?
On the vehicle plate
On the operator's licence
On the wheel rims
On the weighbridge printout
Question 5 of 50
Under EU rules, what's the maximum daily driving time allowed?
9 hours, extended to 11 hours on three days of the week
10 hours extended to 11 hours on two days of the week
9 hours extended to 10 hours on two days of the week
10 hours extended to 11 hours on three days of the week
Question 6 of 50
A driver is convicted of obstructing an enforcement officer in the course of their duties. Under EU drivers' hours regulations, what's the maximum fine they can receive?
Question 7 of 50
What must you do when using a vehicle fitted with an analogue tachograph?
Carry enough approved charts
Use damaged charts if they're clean
Use dirty charts if they're undamaged
Reuse charts twice
Question 8 of 50
What should you do when an air-pressure warning device activates?
Continue to drive the vehicle
Drain the air tanks
Stop and get the fault put right
Pump the brake pedal repeatedly
Question 9 of 50
When would you use an escape lane?
When motorways merge
When carrying a dangerous cargo
When your brakes have failed
When emergency repairs are needed
Question 10 of 50
Which component will last longer when you use a retarder?
The brake linings
The catalytic converter
The exhaust system
Question 11 of 50
You're approaching a large puddle near the left-hand kerb. What should you do if pedestrians are close to the water?
ignore the puddle
brake suddenly and sound your horn
try to avoid splashing the pedestrians
wave at the pedestrians to keep back
Question 12 of 50
A group of schoolchildren are standing close to the left-hand kerb. What should you do as you drive past?
Check your offside mirror
Check your nearside mirror
Switch on your headlights
Switch on your hazard warning lights
Question 13 of 50
You want to turn left at a junction. What affects the position you take up as you approach the junction?
The length of your vehicle
The axle weight of your vehicle
The camber of the road
The type of road surface
Question 14 of 50
A mobile telephone is fitted to your vehicle. When should it be used?
When you've stopped in a safe place
When travelling slowly
When on a motorway
When in light traffic
Question 15 of 50
You're driving on a single carriageway. When may you use your mobile phone?
Only when you're receiving a call
Only when you're suitably parked
Only when you're driving at less than 30 mph
Only when you're driving an automatic vehicle
Question 16 of 50
Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and 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 do not work on motorways
Question 17 of 50
You're driving a lorry of more than 7.5 tonnes maximum authorised mass along a motorway. When can you use the right-hand lane to overtake?
When the motorway has two lanes
When the motorway has three lanes
When there's a 50 mph speed limit
When there's a 40 mph speed limit
Question 18 of 50
You're driving in wet conditions. What should you try to do before braking?
Make sure that the gear lever is in neutral
Make sure that all spray-suppression equipment is working
Make sure that there's no mist on your rear-view mirrors
Make sure that your vehicle is travelling in a straight line
Question 19 of 50
What should you do when you're overtaking a motorcyclist in very windy conditions?
Allow extra room
Sound your horn as you pass
Keep close as you pass
Question 20 of 50
Where are these lights found?
On approach to a level crossing
Near a fire station
On approach to a motorway
Near a school
Question 21 of 50
What markings should be fitted to a lorry with a maximum authorised mass of more than 7500 kg?
Question 22 of 50
You're driving behind two cyclists. They're approaching a roundabout in the left-hand lane. What should you expect them to do?
Go in any direction
Go straight ahead
Question 23 of 50
When shouldn't you overtake?
When the speed limit has been reduced
When you're approaching motorway slip roads
When you would have to break the speed limit
When your view of the road ahead is clear
Question 24 of 50
There's been an incident. What can you do to help a driver who's suffering from shock?
Give them a drink
Offer them a cigarette
Ask who caused the collision
Reassure them confidently
Question 25 of 50
What should you do when there's a fire in your vehicle’s engine compartment?
Open all windows
Try to remove the load
Flag down a passing motorist
Cut off the fuel supply
Question 26 of 50
You've been involved in an incident and damaged some property. What should you do if nobody else is present and your vehicle is still roadworthy?
Stop, then report the accident to the police within 24 hours
Leave the scene. Do not report the accident if there are no witnesses
Stop, then report the accident to the police after 48 hours
Leave the scene. Do not report the accident if there were no injuries
Question 27 of 50
Bus and lorry tyres have codes on their side walls. What do these codes refer to?
Question 28 of 50
What's it advisable to do when you replace a tubeless tyre?
Fit the same valve
Replace the valve
GHve the valve checked
Clean the valve
Question 29 of 50
How frequently should the components of a fifth-wheel coupling be inspected?
Question 30 of 50
Your vehicle has broken down at night on a two-way road. How should you try to leave the vehicle?
On the left of the road
Partly on the pavement
On a grass verge
On the right of the road
Question 31 of 50
Where should you park a semi-trailer if you plan to leave it unattended?
On a residential street
On a steep hill
In a lorry park
In a lay-by
Question 32 of 50
You're using a lorry-mounted crane to unload building materials. What safety features should you use?
Question 33 of 50
What additional training do you need before transporting frozen foods?
Weight distribution procedures
Waste handling procedures
Question 34 of 50
You're making several deliveries. What problems may the decreasing payload cause?
You might overload an axle
You will always have heavy items remaining
You might exceed your kerbside weight
You will damage the rest of the load
Question 35 of 50
What can result from overloading an axle?
Reduced braking efficiency
Reduced braking distance
Increased kerbside weight
Question 36 of 50
When may an audible warning device for reversing be used in areas with a 30 mph speed limit?
Between 7 am and 11.30 pm only
Between 11.30 pm and 7 am only
During hours of daylight only
At any time of the day or night
Question 37 of 50
Every five years, you must complete further training to keep your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC). How many hours of training must you complete over those five years?
Question 38 of 50
You'll need to take 35 hours of training to maintain your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC). Over what period must this be carried out?
Question 39 of 50
What will happen if you drive smoothly?
You'll reduce journey times by about 15%
You'll increase fuel consumption by about 15%
You'll reduce fuel consumption by about 15%
You'll increase journey times by about 15%
Question 40 of 50
Why is it a good idea to plan your journey to avoid travelling at busy times?
Your vehicle will use more fuel
There'll be fewer roadworks
It will help to ease congestion
You will travel a much shorter distance
Question 41 of 50
What can help to reduce fuel consumption?
Changing filters regularly
Keeping tyres under-inflated
Always using gears in sequence
Keeping the rev counter in the amber band
Question 42 of 50
Which drivers are given instructions by diamond-shaped signs?
Drivers of lorries
Drivers of trams
Drivers of buses
Drivers of tractors
Question 43 of 50
You're on a motorway. Your lorry has a maximum authorised mass of more than 7.5 tonnes. What does this sign mean to you?
You must not use the right-hand lane
You can only use the right-hand lane
You cannot leave the motorway at this junction
You can use the middle or right-hand lane
Question 44 of 50
You're driving an articulated lorry. What should you do when you see this sign?
Turn round and find an alternative route
Park safely and arrange alternative transport for the goods
Inform your vehicle operator and await further instructions
Proceed as normal, the sign does not apply to you
Question 45 of 50
You're driving through roadworks. What information does this sign give you?
Large vehicles must go straight ahead
Traffic is joining from the left
All traffic must leave at the next exit
The distance to the next exit
Question 46 of 50
Why is a toucan crossing different from other crossings?
Moped riders can use it
It is controlled by a traffic warden
It is controlled by two flashing lights
Cyclists can use it
Question 47 of 50
Why should you allow extra room for motorcyclists when they're riding through roadworks?
There may be a reduced speed limit
There may be temporary traffic lights
They may swerve to avoid potholes
The traffic may be in single file
Question 48 of 50
Which vehicles are most at risk from spilt diesel fuel?
Question 49 of 50
There's a slow-moving motorcyclist ahead of you. What should you do if you're unsure what the rider is going to do?
Pass on the left
Pass on the right
Question 50 of 50
While driving at night, you see a pedestrian ahead. What does it mean if they're wearing reflective clothing and carrying a red light?
You're approaching men at work
You're approaching an organised walk
You're approaching an accident blackspot
You're approaching slow-moving vehicles