Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category LORRY - Test 14
Question 1 of 50
What does this road sign mean?
No goods vehicles under 7.5 tonnes maximum authorised mass
No goods vehicles over 7.5 tonnes maximum authorised mass
No goods vehicles over 7.5 metres overall height
No goods vehicles under 7.5 metres overall height
Question 2 of 50
How should you secure an ISO steel cargo container onto your vehicle or trailer?
Using battens and chocks
Using twist locks
Question 3 of 50
You’re driving a lorry with a maximum authorised mass of more than 7.5 tonnes. What’s the national speed limit for your vehicle on a dual carriageway in England and Wales?
Question 4 of 50
While you're driving, you notice your tachograph isn't working. What should you do?
Stop immediately and don't drive until it's been repaired
Report it to the nearest police station
Telephone the vehicle testing authority and report the fault
Continue your journey but make a manual record
Question 5 of 50
What does controlling goods vehicle drivers’ hours help to improve?
Question 6 of 50
When should your trailer be fitted with a kingpin or drawbar lock?
When it's being driving on motorways
When it's being being driven abroad
When it's being partly loaded
When it's left unattended
Question 7 of 50
Where can you stop if you feel tired while you're driving on a motorway?
On the hard shoulder
At a service station
On a slip road
In a deceleration lane
Question 8 of 50
You're about to drive a vehicle fitted with air-assisted hydraulic brakes. Why might the brake pedal feel hard when you press it?
The vacuum pump isn't working
The pedal movement needs adjusting
The brakes are locked on fully
The brake fluid reservoir is empty
Question 9 of 50
You're about to drive a vehicle fitted with hydraulic brakes. What should you check before driving the vehicle?
The hydraulic brake fluid level
The power steering fluid level
The cooling system fluid level
The windscreen washer fluid level
Question 10 of 50
You're driving a vehicle fitted with anti-lock brakes. What should you do when braking in an emergency?
‘Pump’ the brake pedal harshly
apply minimum force to the brake pedal
use the exhaust brake (retarder) then the footbrake
apply firm continuous pressure to the brake pedal
Question 11 of 50
What will you have to deal with when you're driving at night?
Other drivers speeding
Cold weather conditions
Dazzle from shop windows
Question 12 of 50
You're driving on a motorway. There's been a collision on the opposite carriageway. What should you do if drivers ahead are slowing to look?
Concentrate on the road ahead
slow down to take a look
Stop on the hard shoulder
Overtake using the hard shoulder
Question 13 of 50
In rural areas why should you avoid parking on the grass verge?
When moving off you may leave mud on the road
There may be sheep or cattle grazing in the area
You will be blocking an entrance to premises or a driveway
Your vehicle will probably be blown over by high winds
Question 14 of 50
At what age are men most at risk from sleep-related vehicle incidents (SRVIs)?
30 years and under
60 years and over
Question 15 of 50
What should you do when a vehicle pulls out in front of you at a junction?
Swerve past it and sound your horn
Flash your headlights and drive up close behind
Slow down and be ready to stop
Accelerate past it immediately
Question 16 of 50
When is a buffer lane most likely to be in use?
When it's windy
When it's raining
When it's foggy
When it's icy
Question 17 of 50
What should you be aware of when you're overtaking on a motorway while it's raining heavily?
Manhole covers will be slippery
Visibility will be reduced by spray from traffic
Your braking distances will be reduced
There'll be distracting bright reflections
Question 18 of 50
Where would you anticipate problems when you're driving a high-sided vehicle on a windy day?
In road tunnels
On high-level roads
In dead ground
On ring roads
Question 19 of 50
When may you use your vehicle's hazard warning lights while it's moving?
When you have just overtaken another vehicle
When you need to reverse for some distance
When you're on a motorway and traffic ahead slows suddenly
When one of your lights has failed
Question 20 of 50
When will a box van be most affected by side wind?
When travelling empty
When travelling fully loaded
Question 21 of 50
Which of these signs means you can't drive your lorry past this point?
Question 22 of 50
What should you do when you park your vehicle on a two-way road at night?
Use the parking lights
Switch off all lights
Put a traffic cone behind your vehicle
Park underneath a street lamp
Question 23 of 50
When are air deflectors most effective?
When there's a side wind
When there is a headwind
When there is a strong tailwind
Question 24 of 50
Your vehicle is involved in an incident where someone is injured. You don't produce your insurance certificate at the time. How soon must you report the incident to the police?
Question 25 of 50
You're at the scene of a traffic incident. What are the symptoms of someone suffering from shock?
Rapid pulse and sweating
Flushed complexion and deep breathing
Slow pulse and dry skin
Muscle spasms and an itchy rash
Question 26 of 50
What should you do if your power-assisted steering fails suddenly?
Continue driving to the nearest repair centre
Return to the depot
Continue your journey at a slower speed
Park and get help
Question 27 of 50
What is the fifth wheel coupling used for?
To connect the tractor unit to the trailer
To support the trailer when detached
To prevent the trailer from jack-knifing
To attach air lines to the trailer
Question 28 of 50
You notice that one of your tyres has a bulge in the side wall. What will happen if you drive the vehicle?
Your tachograph reading will not be accurate
Your speedometer will give an incorrect reading
The vehicle will become unstable on corners
At speed, the tyre could overheat and burst
Question 29 of 50
On motorways, you're usually driving at higher speeds for long distances. What effect can this have on your tyres?
They'll be more likely to overheat and disintegrate
They'll have lower rolling resistance
They'll need less air pressure
They'll become very slippery
Question 30 of 50
When should you use your mirrors?
As you signal
To check the blind spot
Before opening your door
Question 31 of 50
What should you be aware of before opening your cab door?
Vehicles passing near the door
The height of your cab from the ground
Loose grab rails near the door
People crossing the road behind you
Question 32 of 50
Which load is most likely to move forward with some force when you brake sharply?
Heavy material in canvas sacks
Timber secured with dolly knots
Question 33 of 50
You're carrying another vehicle piggyback on your lorry. Chocks should be used to secure the wheels. What else should you use to secure the load?
A scaffolding bar
Question 34 of 50
What should you do if the load on your lorry becomes insecure?
Continue at a slower speed to ensure the load does not fall off
Attach 'hazard' boards to warn other road users
Park and re-secure the load before continuing
Inform base at the earliest opportunity
Question 35 of 50
What's the first thing you should check before moving to the left?
The nearside mirror
The offside mirror
Behind, over your right shoulder
Behind, over your left shoulder
Question 36 of 50
You’re driving a lorry with a sleeper cab. When would a quick sideways glance be helpful?
After driving over a pedestrian crossing
When traffic is merging from the right or left
Before climbing a steep hill
When driving round sharp bends
Question 37 of 50
You've been convicted of a drink-drive offence and banned from driving. Which entitlement will this ban affect?
Your entitlement to drive all motor vehicles
Your car entitlement
Your lorry entitlement
Your bus entitlement
Question 38 of 50
Where can you get help to plan your route before starting a journey?
Your local filling station.
A motoring organisation.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency.
Your vehicle manufacturer.
Question 39 of 50
You're following a lorry that's leaking fuel. What should you be especially aware of?
The road may be very slippery
The fuel may splash your vehicle
Your brake linings will become slippery
Your spray reducers will not be effective
Question 40 of 50
What does ‘road-friendly’ suspension help to reduce?
Damage to level crossings
Damage to river banks
Damage to the road surface
Damage to overhead cables
Question 41 of 50
What are these advanced stop lines for?
To allow room for pedestrians to cross the road
To allow space for large vehicles to turn
To allow cyclists to position in front of other traffic
To allow you to select where to stop
Question 42 of 50
What's a 'Red Route'?
An area where special waiting restrictions apply
An area where part-time traffic lights operate
An area where drivers have to pay a toll
An area where night-time and weekend weight limits apply
Question 43 of 50
The double white line along the centre of the road is unbroken on your side. When may you cross the line?
To overtake any slower moving vehicle
To overtake a pedal cycle travelling at 10 mph or less
To check it's safe to overtake the vehicle in front
overtake a learner driver travelling at 20 mph or less
To overtake a driver travelling at 20 mph or less
Question 44 of 50
What's the aim of a smart motorway?
To prevent overtaking
To reduce rest stops
To prevent tailgating
To reduce congestion
Question 45 of 50
What should you do when you're driving through a bus station?
Change your destination boards
Drive through quickly if you're not stopping
Look for people leaving buses
Sound your horn as you enter
Question 46 of 50
A group of horse riders comes towards you. What should you do if the leading rider’s horse becomes nervous of your presence?
Brake gently to a stop until they have passed
Brake quickly to a stop, applying the parking brake
Continue driving, keeping well in to the nearside
Increase speed to pass the riders quickly
Question 47 of 50
What should you be on the lookout for before changing lanes in slow-moving queuing traffic?
Question 48 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
Question 49 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Stop only to pick up passengers
No stopping at any time
Stop only to set down passengers
No stopping at peak times
Question 50 of 50
You're driving on a dual carriageway. What type of vehicle must use a flashing amber beacon on this road?
A fire engine
A doctor's car on call
A mobility scooter