Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category LORRY - Test 4
Question 1 of 50
You're driving an articulated lorry on a narrow road. There's a left-hand bend ahead. Why may you need to move out before driving around the bend?
To leave more room for braking
To prevent anyone from overtaking
To make room for the trailer cutting in
To make sure oncoming drivers see you
Question 2 of 50
What's the maximum speed allowed for a vehicle towing a trailer on a motorway?
Question 3 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Warning of lorry crossing a one-way road
No entry for vehicles over 32 feet 6 inches (9.9 metres) long
No entry for vehicles over 32.6 tonnes
Warning of lorry straight ahead
Question 4 of 50
You're driving a lorry on a motorway and you start to feel drowsy. What should you do when there are no service areas or exits for some distance?
Stop on the hard shoulder and rest
Open the window and turn the heating down
Slow down and use the hazard warning lights
Increase your speed to get to the next service area sooner
Question 5 of 50
During your break your vehicle will be moved by another person. What should you do with the tachograph chart?
Leave the chart in the vehicle and record the changes on the back
Put in a new chart on your return to the vehicle
Switch to rest mode to record the break
Remove the chart and make a manual record of the break period
Question 6 of 50
The analogue tachograph on your vehicle becomes faulty. How long do you have before you must have it repaired?
Question 7 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with an analogue tachograph. What should you do if you need to exceed the normal drivers’ hours due to an emergency?
Continue using the same tachograph chart and write an explanation on the back
Remove the tachograph chart and make a manual record of the rest of the journey
Continue; there is no need to give an explanation
Remove the tachograph chart and inform your employer of the reason
Question 8 of 50
You're driving an articulated lorry. What could happen if you change to a lower gear while you're going too fast?
The vehicle could jack-knife
The engine could stall
The brakes could fail
The trailer could uncouple
Question 9 of 50
Your vehicle has anti-lock brakes. How does this affect you when you're braking normally?
There's no need to alter the way you brake
You'll be able to brake much later
You'll need to brake more firmly
There's no need to brake so early
Question 10 of 50
What should you do if the brake air-pressure warning light comes on while you're driving?
stop and seek help without delay
report the fault on return to your depot
Build up the pressure by accelerating
drain air tanks and continue normally
Question 11 of 50
Why is it important to adjust your head restraint properly?
To make you more comfortable
To protect your neck in a collision
To help you relax while you're driving
To maintain a good driving position
Question 12 of 50
Where are you most likely to find pedestrians stepping into the road?
Question 13 of 50
What should you do if you're driving along a motorway and become tired?
Stop on the hard shoulder at a safe place to rest
Leave the motorway at the next exit and take a rest
Close your windows and turn up the radio volume
Close all your windows and set heating to warm
Question 14 of 50
You're turning right onto a dual carriageway from a side road. What should you do if your vehicle is too long for the gap in the central reservation?
Move forward and wait in the middle
Wait until it is clear from both directions
Move out blocking traffic from the right
Edge out slowly so other traffic will see you
Question 15 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with a hand-held telephone. What should you do before taking or making a call?
Find a safe place to stop
Reduce your speed to less than 30 mph
Steer your vehicle with one hand
Be very careful when dealing with junctions
Question 16 of 50
How should you let other vehicles overtake when you're driving a slow-moving vehicle along a narrow road?
Maintain a steady speed
Wave them past
Give a left turn signal
Pull in when you can
Question 17 of 50
What should you do if you see a lorry too close behind when you're driving in traffic on the motorway?
Increase your distance from the vehicle in front
Touch the brake pedal sharply to show your brake lights
Briskly accelerate away from the vehicle behind
Switch your rear fog lamps on and off
Question 18 of 50
You're driving in wet weather. What effect will faulty spray-suppression equipment have on other drivers?
Their vision will be increased
Their vision will be reduced
They'll be able to overtake more easily
They'll need to use intermittent wipers
Question 19 of 50
When may vehicles over 7.5 tonnes maximum authorised mass (MAM) use the right-hand lane of a motorway to overtake?
When the motorway has three lanes
When vehicles are stopped on the hard shoulder
When the motorway has two lanes
When other vehicles are turning right
Question 20 of 50
When do drivers of long vehicles need to straddle lanes?
When they need to avoid braking sharply
When driving on motorways
When they need to avoid mounting the kerb
When coming to contraflow systems
Question 21 of 50
Which symbol on the back of a lorry means it's carrying a corrosive substance?
Question 22 of 50
What should you do when you drive in windy weather?
Maintain a constant speed in exposed areas
Anticipate how the weather may affect other road users
Always keep to your intended route
Stay close to smaller or vulnerable vehicles as you overtake them
Question 23 of 50
How will gravity affect a laden vehicle going downhill?
The vehicle will use more fuel
Stopping distances will be decreased
More braking effort will be required
The load will be more stable
Question 24 of 50
You've stopped at the scene of an incident where there are casualties. What should you do to help while waiting for the emergency services to arrive?
Keep injured people warm and comfortable
Clear debris from the road
Keep injured people on the move by walking them around
Give injured people a warm drink
Question 25 of 50
You arrive at an incident where a motorcyclist is lying in the road, unconscious and bleeding. The area is safe and the emergency services have been called. What’s the first priority when checking the rider?
Remove their helmet
Stop the bleeding
Check their airway is open
Move them off the road
Question 26 of 50
While driving through a tunnel, your vehicle catches fire. What's the first thing you should do if the vehicle can't be driven out of the tunnel?
Wait for the police, tunnels are regularly patrolled
Stay with your vehicle, you will be seen by the CCTV cameras
Stop at the side of the road and switch off the engine
Don't put out the fire; wait for the emergency services
Question 27 of 50
While driving, your engine-oil warning light comes on. Why could it be dangerous to continue driving?
The engine will get hot
The engine may be damaged
You will need to have the vehicle serviced
You will need to replace the carburettor
Question 28 of 50
You hit the kerb at speed. What part of your vehicle should you check for damage?
Question 29 of 50
What's the minimum depth of tread required over three-quarters of the breadth of a lorry tyre?
Question 30 of 50
You're uncoupling a trailer. What must you do before disconnecting any of the air lines?
Drain the air tanks
Apply the trailer parking brake
Lower the landing gear
Disconnect the electrical line
Question 31 of 50
What should you be careful of when stopping on the left in a busy place?
There is good access to unload
You have disconnected all air lines
Your nearside mirror does not strike the head of a pedestrian
You change your tachograph mode
Question 32 of 50
How should you load a vehicle?
Spread the load evenly
Load it towards the rear
Load it towards the front
Arrange the load to make it easy for unloading
Question 33 of 50
You're securing a very heavy load with a ratchet strap. Which anchorage point is unsafe to use with ratchet straps?
Question 34 of 50
You're going to drive an articulated lorry with an ISO container on the trailer. How should the container be secured to the trailer?
The container is secured by ropes
The container must be secured using the locking levers
The container must be held up against the headboard
The container must be sealed
Question 35 of 50
You've parked your vehicle on level ground to deliver a load of building materials. What should you do before using the vehicle-mounted crane?
Switch the engine off
Turn the steering wheels to the left
Lower the stabilising legs
Set out warning cones
Question 36 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with a reverse warning bleeper. How will this affect you when you're reversing?
You'll be able to reverse more accurately
You'll only need to use the offside mirror
You'll need to take all-round observation
You'll only need to use the nearside mirror
Question 37 of 50
Who's responsible for making sure that cargo arrives undamaged?
Question 38 of 50
What would be the most likely effect of driving with the rev counter in the red band?
You would have optimum fuel economy
You would improve engine efficiency
You would damage the engine
You would create a false tachograph reading
Question 39 of 50
Why are vehicles fitted with air suspension?
To reduce wear to roads
To reduce tyre wear
To improve fuel consumption
To help the driver stay awake
Question 40 of 50
Which driving technique can save you fuel?
Using lower gears as often as possible
Accelerating sharply in each gear
Using each gear in turn
Missing out some gears
Question 41 of 50
How can you plan your route before setting out?
Look in a motoring magazine
Only visit places you know
Try to travel at busy times
Print or write down the route
Question 42 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Risk of punctures
Question 43 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Only cars may park here
Parking restrictions apply
Fuel and water tanks will leak
Question 44 of 50
Why should you slow down when you see this sign?
Because pedestrians have right of way
There is a 'road race' in progress
There are pedestrian crossings ahead
Because children may be crossing
Question 45 of 50
What does this sign mean?
You are allowed to carry on but only with a police escort
You should continue very slowly if your weight is above the limit
Do not cross unless the bridge is clear of other vehicles
Do not cross the bridge if your weight exceeds the limit
Question 46 of 50
Why do motorcyclists often look over their right shoulder just before turning right?
They need to listen for following traffic
Motorcycles do not have mirrors
Looking around helps them balance as they turn
They need to check for traffic in their blind area
Question 47 of 50
You're turning left from a main road into a side road. What should you do if people are already crossing the road into which you're turning?
Continue, as you have right of way
Signal to them to continue crossing
Wait and allow them to cross
Sound your horn to warn them of your presence
Question 48 of 50
As you approach a pelican crossing, the lights change to green. What should you do if an elderly couple are halfway across?
Wave at them to cross as quickly as they can
Rev your engine to make them hurry
Flash your lights in case they have not heard you
Wait patiently and give them time to finish crossing
Question 49 of 50
Which road users are especially at risk at a road junction?
Question 50 of 50
Which road users are more vulnerable at night in built-up areas?
Drivers of black taxi cabs
Double-deck vehicle drivers