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Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category LORRY - Test 15
Question 1 of 50
When must you notify telephone companies that you're moving a high load?
When the load's height exceeds 4.00 metres (13 feet)
When the load's height exceeds 4.30 metres (14 feet 2 inches)
When the load's height exceeds 5.00 metres (16 feet 6 inches)
When the load's height exceeds 5.25 metres (17 feet 6 inches)
Question 2 of 50
How far can a load overhang at the rear before you must use projection marker boards?
1 metre (3 feet 3 inches)
1.5 metres (5 feet 0 inches)
2 metres (6 feet 6 inches)
2.9 metres (9 feet 5 inches)
Question 3 of 50
You're driving a lorry carrying a load that's 4.5 metres (14 feet 9 inches) wide. What's the maximum speed you're allowed to drive on a motorway?
Question 4 of 50
What should you do if you have to leave your vehicle unattended for a very short time?
Leave a note in the window explaining you'll be back soon
Leave the keys available in case of obstruction
Keep the engine running but lock the doors
Secure the vehicle and lock the doors
Question 5 of 50
Who's responsible for the issue of tachograph charts to a bus or lorry driver?
The driver's employer
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency
The authorised calibration centre
The local MOT testing centre
Question 6 of 50
You're driving under EU drivers' hours. How is a week defined under these rules?
Between 00.00 hours on Monday and 24.00 hours the following Sunday
Any seven-day period
Between 00.00 hours and 24.00 hours six days later
A working period of 56 hours
Question 7 of 50
You're driving a lorry at night. What can you do to help yourself stay alert?
Eat a heavy meal before setting off
Keep plenty of cool fresh air moving through the cab
Keep the cab warm and comfortable
Drive faster to get to your destination sooner
Question 8 of 50
What should anti-lock brakes let you do when you have to stop in an emergency?
brake more gently
brake much later
maintain steering control
stop over a long distance
Question 9 of 50
What is 'brake fade'?
Reduction of air pressure
Smooth progressive braking
Reduction of braking effectiveness
Low hydraulic brake fluid level
Question 10 of 50
What causes 'brake fade'?
Continuous use of the brakes
Repeated pumping of the brakes
Loss of air pressure in the system
Badly worn brake pads
Question 11 of 50
You're driving on the motorway and want to use your mobile phone. What should you do before using it?
Reduce your speed to 40 mph
Stop on the hard shoulder
Move into the left-hand lane
Stop in a safe place when you can
Question 12 of 50
What's most likely to cause danger to a group of horse riders?
Powerful brake lights
Leaving plenty of room
The noise of your vehicle
Reacting too early
Question 13 of 50
What's the best type of fluid to drink during work time?
Sugary canned drinks
High caffeine drinks
Question 14 of 50
You're driving along this road. What should you do if the red van cuts in close in front of you?
Accelerate to get closer to the red van
Give a long blast on the horn
Drop back to leave the correct separation distance
Flash your headlights several times
Question 15 of 50
It's been eight hours since you last had an alcoholic drink. What effect could the alcohol have on your driving?
You may still be over the legal drink-drive limit
You'll have no alcohol in your system
Your driving won't be impaired
You can't be breathalysed
Question 16 of 50
What time gap should you leave when you're following a vehicle on a wet road?
At least one second
At least two seconds
At least three seconds
At least four seconds
Question 17 of 50
You're driving downhill. How will this affect your vehicle?
It will need more engine power
It will take longer to stop
It will increase fuel consumption
It will be easier to change direction
Question 18 of 50
When would weight transference be most likely to occur?
When you're reversing
When you're braking
When you're overtaking
When you're cornering
Question 19 of 50
You're driving in fog that's starting to clear. When should you switch off your high-intensity rear fog lights?
When visibility is more than 10 metres (32 feet)
When visibility is more than 50 metres (164 feet)
When visibility is more than 75 metres (246 feet)
When visibility is more than 100 metres (328 feet)
Question 20 of 50
Why can visibility be worse when driving at high speed in wet weather?
Drivers bunch together when it's raining
Headlights will dazzle you more easily
Windscreen wipers obstruct your view
More spray is thrown up
Question 21 of 50
Which of these signs shows an uphill gradient?
Question 22 of 50
You're driving at a speed of 50 mph (80 km/h) in good, dry conditions. What distance should you stay behind the vehicle in front?
At least 23 metres (75 feet)
At least 36 metres (118 feet)
At least 53 metres (175 feet)
At least 73 metres (240 feet)
Question 23 of 50
You're driving in the left-hand lane of a motorway. What should you do when you see a large vehicle merging from a slip road ahead?
Try to race and get ahead of it
Leave the other vehicle to adjust its speed
Stay at the maximum speed allowed for your vehicle
Be ready to adjust your speed
Question 24 of 50
At the scene of an incident, an injured person is lying in a busy road. What's the first thing you should do to help?
Treat the person for shock
Warn other traffic
Place them in the recovery position
Make sure the injured person is kept warm
Question 25 of 50
You're at the scene of a collision. People are injured. What should be done when the risk of further collisions has been dealt with?
Pull people who are hurt out of their vehicles
Clear a parking area for the emergency services
Make sure the emergency services have been called
Get the casualties to drink something sweet
Question 26 of 50
Before starting a journey, you want to check your brake-system warning lights. What can you do when these aren't operated by the ignition switch?
Look for a check switch on the dashboard
Get someone behind to check your brake lights
Check them at the end of your journey
Pump the brake pedal a number of times
Question 27 of 50
How can vehicle breakdowns be reduced?
By driving slowly
By regular servicing
By regular cleaning
By avoiding bad weather
Question 28 of 50
What should you do if you notice that two wheel nuts are missing from one of the wheels on your vehicle?
Continue your journey
Drive to the nearest tyre depot
Use a nut from another wheel
Park and phone for assistance
Question 29 of 50
Why are energy-saving tyres effective?
They have reduced rolling resistance
They cost less to produce
They have no tread pattern
They never puncture at high speed
Question 30 of 50
You've just parked a lorry on the side of the road. What should you do just before dismounting from the cab?
Make sure the radio is turned down
Check the rear-view mirrors
Make sure the hazard warning lights are on
Check that all windows are closed
Question 31 of 50
Which load may need to be transported at a controlled temperature?
Question 32 of 50
Why is it important to distribute the weight evenly over the axles when loading a lorry?
To ensure easy unloading
To make it easier to sheet up
To ensure maximum ground clearance
To ensure maximum stability
Question 33 of 50
You're driving a tanker that's half full. The inside of the tank isn't divided into compartments. How should you use the footbrake when you're stopping?
Keep pressure on the brake pedal until you've stopped
Relax pressure on the brake pedal before you've stopped
Pump the brake pedal rapidly
Use the footbrake and parking brake together
Question 34 of 50
Why are ropes unsuitable to tie down a load of scrap metal?
Ropes are hard to tie
Ropes will loosen in rain
Ropes are hard to untie
Ropes can wear and snap
Question 35 of 50
When would you need to check your nearside mirror?
As a final check before turning right
After passing cars parked on the left
Before moving into the lane on your right
When getting out of your cab on the driver's side
Question 36 of 50
You're driving a long vehicle. What should you be especially careful of before turning left onto a main road?
Pedestrians on the opposite kerb
Cyclists on your left
Solid white lines in the centre of the road
Vehicles directly behind you
Question 37 of 50
Drivers can be fined for bringing illegal immigrants into the UK. Who else can be fined?
The vehicle repairer
The vehicle insurer
The vehicle manufacturer
The vehicle hirer
Question 38 of 50
What would be affected by a vehicle with faulty suspension?
Question 39 of 50
What can cause unnecessary pollution to the environment?
High-level exhaust systems
Weak radiator coolant
Poorly maintained vehicles
Question 40 of 50
Before starting a journey, it's wise to plan ahead. What would you do to help plan your route?
Look at a map
Contact your local garage
Look in your vehicle service record
Check your vehicle registration document
Question 41 of 50
What should the hard shoulder on a motorway be used for?
As a place to stop to answer a mobile phone
As a place to stop when an emergency arises
As a place to stop for a short rest when you're tired
As a place to stop to check a road atlas
Question 42 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Give way to traffic from the opposite direction
You are entering a one-way street
Two-way traffic ahead
You have priority over vehicles from the opposite direction
Question 43 of 50
When can you travel on the hard shoulder of a motorway?
When taking the next exit
When traffic is stopped
When signs show that you can
When traffic is slow moving
Question 44 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Tramway speed limit
Distance to level crossing
Maximum passenger capacity
Goods vehicle weight limit
Question 45 of 50
What should you do if you're following a learner driver who stalls at a junction?
Be patient as you expect them to make mistakes
Stay very close behind and flash your headlights
Start to rev your engine if they take too long to restart
Immediately steer around them and drive on
Question 46 of 50
You're following two cyclists as they approach a roundabout in the left-hand lane. In which direction should you expect them to go?
Question 47 of 50
You're at the front of a queue of traffic waiting to turn right into a side road. Why should you check your right-hand mirror just before turning?
To look for pedestrians about to cross
To check for overtaking vehicles
To make sure the side road is clear
To check for emerging traffic
Question 48 of 50
You're approaching a roundabout. You see a cyclist signal right. Why do they keep to the left?
It is a quicker route for the cyclist
The cyclist is going to turn left
It's a safer route for a cyclist
The Highway Code does not apply to cyclists
Question 49 of 50
You're driving on a motorway and there's no traffic ahead. You see this sign. Which lane should you use?
The right-hand lane
The hard shoulder
The left-hand lane
The middle lane
Question 50 of 50
Why mustn't you stop on these road markings?
It would obstruct everyone's view of the area
It would obstruct teachers’ access to the school
It would obstruct delivery vehicles’ access to the school
It would obstruct emergency vehicles’ access to the school