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Category LORRY - Test 18
Question 1 of 50
You're driving a long vehicle on a two-lane road. What should you do if you want to turn left into a narrow side road?
Keep well to the left on the approach
Move out to the right immediately before turning
Keep to the left and turn later than normal
Straddle the lanes to make more room for the turn
Question 2 of 50
Your vehicle has collided with a railway bridge. What information must you give the railway authority when you telephone them?
The make and model of your vehicle
The type of bridge
The vehicle's height
The bridge number
Question 3 of 50
What does this sign mean?
The length of a tunnel
The length of a low bridge
The distance to a tunnel
The distance to a low bridge
Question 4 of 50
What period of time does one tachograph chart cover?
Question 5 of 50
You've been driving non-stop since 5.00 am. The time is now 9.30 am. Under EU rules, what length of break must you take?
At least 15 minutes
At least 30 minutes
At least 45 minutes
At least 60 minutes
Question 6 of 50
You're driving under EU tachograph regulations and lose your smart card. When must you inform the relevant authority?
Within 5 days
Within 7 days
Within 14 days
Within 28 days
Question 7 of 50
When can an endurance brake (retarder) be especially useful?
when driving down long hills
when driving on steep cambers
As a way to reduce gear changes
to improve fuel consumption
Question 8 of 50
In frosty weather, what precaution could a lorry driver take to prevent moisture from freezing in the air-brake system?
Drain the tanks daily
Cover the tanks with a blanket
Keep the engine at high revs when starting
Pump the brakes
Question 9 of 50
When should an endurance brake (retarder) be used?
on motorways only
when braking quickly
when you stop or park
on long downhill slopes
Question 10 of 50
What will ‘pumping’ the brake pedal in a vehicle fitted with anti-lock brakes cause?
reduced brake wear
increased brake wear
Question 11 of 50
You're driving a lorry in a busy town. A driver pulls out in front of you and you have to brake hard. What should you do?
Overtake as quickly as possible
Stay calm and accept the error
Flash your lights to show your annoyance
Sound your horn and speed up
Question 12 of 50
You're driving at the legal speed limit. What should you do if a vehicle comes up quickly behind, flashing its headlights?
Accelerate to maintain a gap behind you
Touch the brake pedal sharply to show your brake lights
Maintain your speed and prevent the vehicle from overtaking
Allow the vehicle to overtake
Question 13 of 50
Approximately what percentage of sleep-related vehicle incidents (SRVIs) involve commercial vehicles?
Question 14 of 50
How is drinking alcohol likely to affect your driving?
You'll have faster reactions
You'll become colour-blind
You'll feel more confident
You'll be able to concentrate better
Question 15 of 50
What effect will using a mobile phone have on your driving?
Your vehicle will be harder to steer
Your field of vision will be reduced
Your attention will be diverted from the road
Your vehicle's electronic systems will be disrupted
Question 16 of 50
You're driving at night. Why should you ensure that all your lights are clean and working correctly?
To allow following drivers to use dipped headlights
To prevent the battery from overcharging
So that other road users can see the size of your vehicle
So that the intensity of street lighting can be reduced
Question 17 of 50
What ground conditions are suitable for a tipper lorry to tip its load?
Soft and level
Soft and downhill
Solid and uphill
Solid and level
Question 18 of 50
How should you use the brakes in icy weather?
By 'pumping' the brakes
After using the gears first
Question 19 of 50
You're driving on a motorway in heavy rain. When are you allowed to use high-intensity rear fog lights?
When visibility is more than 100 metres (328 feet)
Only when the national speed limit applies
Only when you are being followed closely by other traffic
When visibility is reduced to 100 metres (328 feet) or less
Question 20 of 50
Which of these vehicles is most at risk from strong side wind?
A laden lorry with box body
An unladen lorry with box body
An unladen lorry with platform body
A laden lorry with platform body
Question 21 of 50
You're emerging from a side road into a queue of traffic. Which of these vehicles is especially hard to see?
Question 22 of 50
When should you check your vehicle’s spray-suppression equipment?
Only when you will be using a motorway
Before setting out on a journey
Only at the start of winter as a prewinter check
Once per year before the MOT test
Question 23 of 50
When should you stop trying to resuscitate a casualty?
When you think they're dead
When they can breathe without help
When they've turned blue
When you think the ambulance is coming
Question 24 of 50
At an incident, you suspect a casualty has back injuries. What's the best way to help them?
Offer them a drink
Leave them where they are
Raise their legs
Offer them a cigarette
Question 25 of 50
At the scene of a crash, a casualty is in contact with live electrical cables. What should you use to break the electrical connection?
A metal pole
A damp piece of cloth
A length of wood
Question 26 of 50
What's the most likely cause if your steering starts to feel heavy?
Faulty power steering
An icy road
A burst rear tyre
A wet road
Question 27 of 50
What do the codes shown on the side walls of bus and lorry tyres refer to?
Question 28 of 50
Why is it important to avoid overfilling the engine with oil?
It could leave an oil stain on the road
It will increase the amount of exhaust gases
It could increase oil pressure and cause damage
It will damage the exhaust system
Question 29 of 50
When fitting a road wheel which tool is essential?
Question 30 of 50
Which of the following is important when you're getting out of a lorry cab?
Checking your load is secure
Using the mirrors
Turning off the radio
Disconnecting the air lines
Question 31 of 50
Your vehicle has a maximum authorised mass of 40 tonnes. The kerbside weight is 15 tonnes. What's your maximum payload?
Question 32 of 50
In what circumstances will short-wheelbase vehicles bounce more noticeably than long-wheelbase vehicles?
When travelling slowly
Question 33 of 50
Your lorry has a demountable body. What should you check before demounting the body?
The rear doors are open
The legs are up
The body is unloaded and empty
The surface is firm and level
Question 34 of 50
Tankers carrying liquids can experience the ‘wave effect’. What helps to reduce this problem?
Question 35 of 50
This lorry is turning right from the side road. What should the driver be especially aware of?
The motorcyclist from the right passing the parked van
The vehicles coming from the left along the main road
The pedestrians on the footpath by the main road
The vehicles behind on the minor road
Question 36 of 50
You're parking your lorry at night. Where must you use parking lights?
On the road
In a motorway service area
In a factory entrance
In dock authority areas
Question 37 of 50
You'll be driving your vehicle in Europe. Which of these documents must you carry?
The vehicle service record
Your medical examination form
Your national driving licence
The vehicle workshop manual
Question 38 of 50
Diesel fuel has been spilled on the road. Which road users will this be a particular danger for?
Question 39 of 50
Which fuel is better for the environment?
Question 40 of 50
What makes the pictured vehicle environmentally friendly?
It uses solar power
It uses diesel fuel
It uses electricity
It uses unleaded fuel
Question 41 of 50
What should you do when you see this sign ahead?
Accelerate because you have priority
Slow down, the road may be narrow ahead
Stop and give way to oncoming traffic
Maintain your speed, it's just an information sign
Question 42 of 50
What colour follows the green signal at a puffin crossing?
Question 43 of 50
You're approaching traffic lights. Only the red light is showing. Which series of lights will show next?
Red and amber, then green
Green, then amber
Amber, then green
Green and amber, then green
Question 44 of 50
What's the purpose of green-and-yellow fluorescent studs on a motorway?
They mark the lanes in a contraflow system
They separate the slip road from the motorway
They mark access points for emergency services
They separate the edge of the hard shoulder from the grass verge
Question 45 of 50
What do yellow zigzag lines on the road outside a school mean?
Sound your horn to alert other road users
Stop to allow children to cross
You must not wait or park on these lines
You must not drive over these lines
Question 46 of 50
How should you overtake horse riders?
Drive up close and overtake as soon as possible
Speed is not important but allow plenty of room
Use your horn just once to warn them
Drive slowly and leave plenty of room
Question 47 of 50
What should you do if the vehicle ahead is being driven by a learner?
Keep calm and be patient
Drive up close behind
Put your headlights on full beam
Sound your horn and overtake
Question 48 of 50
When are motorcyclists particularly vulnerable?
Near zebra crossings
In gusting winds
When leaving motorways
At traffic lights
Question 49 of 50
You’re driving a lorry weighing more than 7.5 tonnes on a dual carriageway in England. What does this sign mean?
Maximum speed 40 mph
Maximum speed 50 mph
Maximum speed 60 mph
Maximum speed 70 mph
Question 50 of 50
What should you do when you're following a scooter on a poor road surface?
Overtake without any delay
Stay close behind until you can pass
Stay well back and allow them room
Sound your horn as you get close