Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category LORRY - Test 3
Question 1 of 50
When must you take extra care if you’re driving a vehicle more than 3.0 metres (10 feet) high?
When driving over narrow bridges
When driving up steep hills
When driving near airports
When driving under overhead cables
Question 2 of 50
What should you check when you've just overtaken a motorcyclist on a motorway?
Your left-hand mirror
Your right-hand mirror
The road ahead
Question 3 of 50
This sign means
No vehicles over 14 feet 6 inches (4.4 m) wide
No vehicles over 14 feet 6 inches (4.4 m) high
Road humps 14 feet 6 inches (4.4 m) apart
No vehicles over 14 feet 6 inches (4.4 m) long
Question 4 of 50
Your vehicle is more than 3 metres (9 feet 10 inches) high. Where is this information displayed?
On the windscreen
On the weight plate
In the driver's cab
In the engine bay
Question 5 of 50
Under EU rules, you may drive for up to nine hours a day. What maximum may this be increased to on two days of the week?
Question 6 of 50
Why should you carry spare tachograph charts?
As a defence against a speeding prosecution
To record when you have been in a traffic delay
For recording extra loading duties and overtime
To replace the original chart if it gets dirty
Question 7 of 50
Which digital tachograph card is only available to enforcement authorities?
Question 8 of 50
A lorry is overtaking you on a two-lane motorway. What should you do if it doesn't have the speed to get past?
Continue at the same speed
Be prepared to reduce your speed
Increase your speed and force the lorry to drop back
Brake hard to allow the other driver to cut in
Question 9 of 50
The emergency line is common to both two-line and three-line brake systems. What colour is it?
Question 10 of 50
‘Brake fade’ is a loss of effectiveness of the brakes when they overheat. When would 'brake fade' be most likely to happen?
On a long journey
On a long downhill gradient
On the approach to hazards
On a long uphill gradient
Question 11 of 50
What type of emergency vehicle is fitted with a green flashing beacon?
Question 12 of 50
What can prevent you from holding a bus or lorry driving licence?
Question 13 of 50
You're about to drive a vehicle you've never driven before. What should you consider when adjusting your seat?
Your distance from the controls
Being able to reach your sat-nav
The tension in the seat belt
The wear on the seat fabric
Question 14 of 50
What must you check before setting out on a journey?
Your mirrors are tinted
Your mirrors are convex
Your mirrors are concave
Your mirrors are clean
Question 15 of 50
You've driven a long distance and feel tired. Your tachograph shows that you haven't exceeded your driving hours. What should you do in these circumstances?
Park in a suitable place and rest
Reduce your speed and drive more slowly
Carry on driving to use up your hours
Increase your speed and reduce your journey time
Question 16 of 50
What should you do if a long, heavily laden lorry is taking a long time to overtake you?
Hold your speed
Question 17 of 50
You're driving on a motorway and it's raining heavily. What should you do when spray is causing poor visibility?
Use dipped headlights
Use sidelights only
Remove spray suppression equipment
Use the two-second rule
Question 18 of 50
Which road users are most likely to be affected by the turbulence created by large vehicles travelling at speed?
Drivers of low-loaders
Drivers towing caravans
Drivers of tankers
Drivers of emergency vehicles
Question 19 of 50
What might happen if using the brakes continuously causes them to overheat?
The brakes will work better
The brakes will be less effective
The brake pedal will become stiff
The air pressure will increase
Question 20 of 50
You're following a large vehicle. How can you improve your view ahead?
Drop further back
Move over to the right
Move over to the left
Overtake as soon as you can
Question 21 of 50
Which vehicle is least likely to be affected by high wind?
Question 22 of 50
What should you do before driving your lorry away from a wet construction site at the side of a motorway?
Turn on your amber beacon
Drain the air tanks
Hose down the wheels
Set your tachograph to ‘other work’
Question 23 of 50
What should you do if you intend to overtake a lorry that's throwing up spray?
Get much closer before moving out
Wait until the other driver gives a left signal
Move out earlier than normal
Wait for the other vehicle to slow down on a hill
Question 24 of 50
What's the first thing you should try to do if your vehicle catches fire while you're driving through a tunnel?
Drive out of the tunnel
Stop at the side of the tunnel
Stop and put out the fire
Stop and leave the vehicle immediately
Question 25 of 50
Your engine catches fire. What should you do before attempting to put the fire out?
Shut off the fuel supply
Open the engine housing wide
Drive to the nearest fire station
Empty the air tanks
Question 26 of 50
What should you do when you're driving through a tunnel in heavy traffic?
Stay close to the vehicle in front to reduce congestion
Switch off your dipped headlights to reduce dazzle
Closely follow the tail lights of other vehicles
Follow instructions given by variable message signs
Question 27 of 50
Where can you get advice to help carry out minor repairs?
DVLA guidance notes
EU and UK Directives
The Health and Safety Executive
The vehicle handbook
Question 28 of 50
You're checking your vehicle. What should you do if you discover an air leak in the braking system?
Drive slowly to the nearest garage
Check the leak from time to time on your journey
Leave it parked and report it immediately
Start your journey and report it on your return
Question 29 of 50
In very cold weather, moisture can freeze in your vehicle’s air storage tanks. What can you do to help prevent this from happening?
Cover the air tanks with a blanket
Drain the tanks daily
Use the brakes frequently
Pump the brakes
Question 30 of 50
You're about to start a long journey midway through the day. What should you do if you notice that the sidelights work but the headlights are faulty?
Don't drive until they are mended
Drive only until light begins to fade
Avoid driving on motorways after dark
Drive only if the weather is good
Question 31 of 50
You need to stop and get out of your vehicle. When should you use the parking brake?
After the service brake has been released
Only if you park on a gradient
Whenever you leave the vehicle
After the air pressure has dropped
Question 32 of 50
You intend to move a heavy object using a barrow or trolley. What's the best height for the handles?
Between the shoulder and waist
As high as you can reach
Between the knee and waist
As low as possible for comfort
Question 33 of 50
What do the legs on a demountable body enable you to do?
Load and unload the body without stopping
Stack one body on top of another
Alter the overall height of the vehicle
Demount the body without a crane or lift
Question 34 of 50
You're part-loading a lorry with an empty ISO container. Where should you position it on the trailer?
Close to the fifth wheel
Over the front axle
Close to the trailer edge
Over the rear axles
Question 35 of 50
You're transporting a skip carrying loose waste. How should the material be carried?
While displaying a warning beacon
Under a waterproof membrane
Question 36 of 50
You're turning right at a T-junction. What should you do when your view to the right and left is blocked by parked vehicles?
Lean forward to get a better view without crossing the 'give way' lines
Edge out until you are about 1 metre (3 feet 3 inches) over the 'give way' lines
Ease forward until you can see clearly past the vehicles
Ask a passenger to assist by waving you out when clear
Question 37 of 50
You've been asked to drive a fully loaded petrol tanker back to the depot. It has a maximum authorised mass of 10 tonnes. What must you have before you can drive this vehicle?
A request from the police to move a dangerous load
A fully qualified tanker driver with you for the journey
A valid ADR driver training certificate
A copy of the vehicle's insurance certificate
Question 38 of 50
You're driving a lorry with a loaded skip. Why should the skip be covered with a net?
To prevent rubbish from falling out of it
To protect the contents from the weather
To make it more visible to other traffic
To stop others from adding to the load
Question 39 of 50
How could you reduce your lorry’s fuel consumption?
Fit new brake linings
Fit a high-level exhaust pipe
Fit a larger fuel tank
Fit wind deflectors
Question 40 of 50
What would help to reduce the impact that your lorry has on the environment?
Driving through town centres
Braking in good time
Planning routes to avoid motorways
Racing to make up time
Question 41 of 50
How can you help to reduce the impact of road transport on the environment?
By avoiding high gears
By reducing rest periods
By braking in good time
By increasing your overall speed
Question 42 of 50
What's the national speed limit on a motorway for a lorry weighing over 7.5 tonnes?
50 mph (80 km/h)
55 mph (88 km/h)
60 mph (96 km/h)
70 mph (112 km/h)
Question 43 of 50
What does this marker count down to?
A motorway slip road
A primary road junction
A concealed level crossing
A roadside rest area
Question 44 of 50
When must these two signs be used?
When you're carrying a load that overhangs the front or rear of the vehicle by more than 1 metre (3 feet 3 inches)
Whenever your vehicle is being towed
Whenever a police escort is required
When you're carrying a load that overhangs the front or rear of the vehicle by more than 2 metres (6 feet 6 inches)
Question 45 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 46 of 50
What should you do when you're following a motorcyclist on an uneven road?
Allow less room so you can be seen in their mirrors
Overtake them immediately
Allow extra room in case they swerve to avoid potholes
Allow the same room as normal because road surfaces do not affect motorcyclists
Question 47 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
Question 48 of 50
You're waiting to come out of a side road. Why should you look carefully for motorcycles?
Motorcycles are usually faster than cars
Police patrols often use motorcycles
Motorcycles are small and hard to see
Motorcycles have right of way
Question 49 of 50
You're driving past a bus that's waiting at a bus stop on the other side of the road. Why should you be careful?
The bus may have broken down
Pedestrians may come from behind the bus
The bus may move off suddenly
The bus may remain stationary
Question 50 of 50
You're approaching a roundabout. What should you do if there are horses being ridden ahead of you?
Give them plenty of room
Stop and wait for them to get off the road
Sound your horn as a warning
Accelerate past as quickly as possible