Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category LORRY - Test 13
Question 1 of 50
When should you allow for the effects of a speed limiter?
When you're cornering
When you're braking
When you're overtaking
When you're changing gear
Question 2 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Risk of grounding
Road liable to subsidence
Question 3 of 50
You're driving a long vehicle. What should you do when you want to turn right at a painted mini-roundabout?
Make sure none of your wheels touch the roundabout
Avoid going over the roundabout if possible
Go ahead, and turn right at the next junction
Carefully mount the left-hand kerb to make more room
Question 4 of 50
What is the ‘mode’ switch on a tachograph used to record?
Weekly rest periods
Question 5 of 50
You're driving a lorry. During the journey you begin to feel ill and are unable to concentrate. What should you do?
Stop in a safe place and seek help
Continue your journey and keep your windows open
Increase your speed to finish your work earlier
Keep stopping at regular intervals for rest
Question 6 of 50
You must have enough tachograph charts with you for your journey. When do you need to start a new chart?
Every 10 hours
Every 24 hours
Every 36 hours
Every 48 hours
Question 7 of 50
The time is 10.00 am. You've been driving non-stop since 6.00 am. Under EU rules, what's the longest you may now drive without a break?
Question 8 of 50
What could prevent air pressure from building up in an air-brake system in frosty weather?
Moisture in the air may form bubbles in the brake fluid
The air will contract, reducing the pressure
The dampness may cause valves to rust
Moisture drawn in with the air may freeze and cause a blockage
Question 9 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with air-assisted hydraulic brakes. What would warn you that there isn't enough air in the system?
An increase of pressure in the air gauge
A buzzer or light
The exhaust brake will not work
Question 10 of 50
When are exhaust brakes most efficient?
At high engine speed, while in low gears
At low engine speed, while in high gears
During stop/start town work
While travelling at a constant speed on a motorway
Question 11 of 50
When can you drive without wearing a seat belt?
When you hold a medical exemption certificate
When the seat belt is too large for your use
When you are driving on a motorway
When the speed limit is 30 mph or less
Question 12 of 50
How does alcohol affect your driving?
It speeds up your reactions
It increases your awareness
It improves your coordination
It reduces your concentration
Question 13 of 50
What should you do if you're upset by another driver's behaviour?
Stop and take a break
Shout abusive language
Gesture to them with your hand
Follow them, flashing your headlights
Question 14 of 50
What should you do if another driver does something that upsets you?
Stay calm and don't retaliate
Let them know how you feel
Flash your headlights several times
Sound your horn
Question 15 of 50
What effect will drinking alcohol have on your driving?
Better forward planning
A false sense of confidence
Greater awareness of danger
Question 16 of 50
You're driving a lorry from a wet construction site onto a motorway. Why must you take extra precautions before leaving the site?
Your view from the cab will be obscured by plant machinery
It's an offence to emerge from a works site onto a motorway
Your lorry’s spray-suppression equipment will be inoperative
It's an offence to deposit mud on a road
Question 17 of 50
You're in the left-hand lane on a three-lane motorway. Why should you check for any vehicles in the right-hand lane before you overtake?
They may be moving faster than you
They may move back to the middle lane as you move out
They may cut in sharply behind you
They may accelerate briskly in front of you
Question 18 of 50
Why should you take extra care when overtaking at night?
Every driver will normally be tired
Large vehicles are subject to a 10% speed reduction
Speed and distance are harder to judge
Most towns are not adequately lit
Question 19 of 50
Why should you be especially aware of parked cars when you're driving at night?
There are more of them
They are more likely to move off
The drivers may be drunk
They can park without lights
Question 20 of 50
It's raining. Why would a motorcyclist steer around drain covers on a bend?
To reduce the risk of skidding
To avoid puncturing the tyres
To improve their view around the bend
To avoid splashing pedestrians
Question 21 of 50
Which of these signs means uneven road?
Question 22 of 50
What component fitted to your vehicle will help following drivers in wet weather?
Question 23 of 50
High-sided vehicles can be affected by side wind. On which type of road is this most likely?
Narrow country lanes
Question 24 of 50
A vehicle has rolled over and caught fire. The driver’s hands and arms have been burned. How could you help the driver?
Douse the burns with cool water
Try to put out the fire
Remove smouldering clothing
Remove anything sticking to the burns
Question 25 of 50
You're at an incident. Why may it be harmful to move a casualty?
You could damage your back
You could get blood on your hands
You could be accused of an assault
You could cause more injury
Question 26 of 50
When should you check the oil level in your engine?
When the engine is running
When the engine is cold
When the engine is warm
When the engine is hot
Question 27 of 50
What should you check before you drive off a muddy building site onto the road?
The diff-lock is disengaged
The diff-lock is engaged
The steering lock is engaged
The twist lock is disengaged
Question 28 of 50
What's the final thing you should do after recoupling a trailer?
Connect the brake lines
Release the trailer parking brake
Connect the electrical lines
Raise the trailer legs
Question 29 of 50
You've stopped on a firm, level surface. What's the first thing you must do before you uncouple the trailer?
Lower the trailer legs to the ground
Apply the parking brake
Release the brake air lines
Uncouple the electrical lines
Question 30 of 50
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and the police carry out spot checks for faulty vehicles. What will happen to the vehicle if serious defects are found?
It will be impounded until a new driver is found
It will be restricted to 30 mph for the remainder of the journey
It will be prohibited from further use until the defects are rectified
It will be ordered back to the depot to unload goods or passengers
Question 31 of 50
Where are you allowed to park a long, rigid vehicle?
At a pedestrian crossing
At a bus stop
At a school entrance
At a service area
Question 32 of 50
You're driving a vehicle with an unladen trailer. What could happen if you change down to a low gear while travelling at speed?
Your vehicle may suddenly accelerate
The endurance brake will come on
You will not be able to brake
Your could lose control of your vehicle
Question 33 of 50
What must you check first when uncoupling or recoupling your trailer?
The lights are working
The tilt cab mechanism is secure
The trailer brake is applied
The air lines are safely stowed
Question 34 of 50
Who must you inform if the load on your trailer hits a railway bridge?
The local authority
The railway authority
Question 35 of 50
What will happen if you drive too close to the vehicle in front?
Your view ahead will be reduced
Your view ahead will be increased
Your view of following drivers will be increased
Your view of following drivers will be reduced
Question 36 of 50
What must you do before you start reversing?
Remove your seat belt
Look all around
Use an audible warning device
Change the tachograph setting
Question 37 of 50
What condition could prevent you from holding a lorry or bus licence?
Question 38 of 50
What benefit is expected to come from having a Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC) qualification?
A reduction in fuel consumption
An exemption from tachograph regulations
A reduction in vehicle excise duty
An exemption from all congestion charges
Question 39 of 50
What will a correctly adjusted air deflector do?
Reduce tyre wear
Reduce road surface wear
Cut loading time
Question 40 of 50
How can you plan your route before starting a long journey?
Check your vehicle's workshop manual
Ask your local garage
Use a route planner on the internet
Consult your travel agents
Question 41 of 50
What does this sign mean?
End of one-way system
Question 42 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Route for trams
Give way to trams
Route for buses
Give way to buses
Question 43 of 50
At a junction, you see this sign partly covered by snow. What does it mean?
Question 44 of 50
You're on a smart motorway. What does it mean when a mandatory speed limit is displayed above the hard shoulder?
You shouldn't use the hard shoulder as a running lane
The hard shoulder can be used as a running lane between junctions
You can park on the hard shoulder if you feel tired
Large vehicles must use the hard shoulder
Question 45 of 50
You're driving in a town. What should you do when you see this sign on a stationary bus ahead?
Wait until it moves off
Drive past slowly
Expect the driver will be looking after the children
Question 46 of 50
Why must these road markings be kept clear?
To allow school children to be dropped off
To allow teachers to park
To allow school children to be picked up
To allow an unobstructed view of the area
Question 47 of 50
Why should you check for motorcyclists just before turning right into a side road?
They might be overtaking on your left
They might be following you closely
They might be emerging from the side road
They might be overtaking on your right
Question 48 of 50
You're following a motorcyclist along a potholed road. How should you adjust your driving to take account of this situation?
Give them extra room
Drive alongside them
Try to pass them
Stay close behind them
Question 49 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 50 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