Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category LORRY - Test 5
Question 1 of 50
You're driving a large vehicle on a narrow road with passing places. What will you need to be most aware of?
Its roof height
Its ground clearance
Question 2 of 50
At this roundabout, you want to take the fourth exit. What limit is in force on this road?
Question 3 of 50
Where can you park large vehicles at night without needing to use parking lights?
In an off-road parking area
On a road with a 20 mph speed limit
At least 10 metres (32 feet) away from any junction
In most lay-bys
Question 4 of 50
Under EU rules, a driver must take regular breaks from driving. What maximum period of continuous driving is allowed?
Question 5 of 50
A vehicle fitted with an analogue tachograph has two drivers. How should they use the tachograph?
share the same tachograph chart
use a separate tachograph chart for every driving period
use their own tachograph chart
not use the tachograph for such duties
Question 6 of 50
Under EU drivers' hours regulations, a 45-minute break must be taken after 4.5 hours of driving. What shorter breaks can this be split into?
One of 10 minutes plus one of 35
One of 15 minutes plus one of 30
One of 20 minutes plus one of 25
One of 40 minutes plus one of 5
Question 7 of 50
How can you reduce the likelihood of theft of your load when leaving your vehicle overnight?
Park with the rear doors close up to another vehicle
Park with the rear doors well away from another vehicle
Park with the front doors well away from another vehicle
Park with the front doors close up to another vehicle
Question 8 of 50
How can a lorry driver avoid brake fade?
Ensure that the air tanks are drained before journeys
Check that the air pressure is correct
Make sure that the parking brake is applied before stopping
Select an appropriate gear before downhill gradients
Question 9 of 50
You're about to drive an unfamiliar vehicle. What should you do if you think there may be moisture in the air-brake reservoir?
Assume the system has automatic drain valves
Find out whether you need to drain the system manually
Nothing, it is the vehicle owner's responsibility
Leave the engine running for a while before driving
Question 10 of 50
What system is used to control a vehicle’s speed without using the footbrake?
a secondary brake
an endurance brake (retarder)
a differential lock
an emergency air system
Question 11 of 50
How will your body clock affect your driving between 2.00 am and 7.00 am?
You're more likely to fall asleep at the wheel
You're more likely to feel road rage
You're more likely to break the speed limit
You're more likely to drive to close to the vehicle in front
Question 12 of 50
What should you do if you're taking medication that could affect your driving?
Seek medical advice
Make short journeys only
Drive only at night
Drink plenty of water
Question 13 of 50
What should you do at a zebra crossing?
Rev your engine to encourage pedestrians to cross quickly
Park only on the zigzag lines on the left
Always leave it clear in traffic queues
Wave pedestrians to cross if you intend to wait for them
Question 14 of 50
You've been issued with protective clothing. Who's responsible for its use?
You, the driver
The insurance company
The Health and Safety Executive
Question 15 of 50
Which of these is specifically provided to protect against neck and whiplash injuries?
An air-sprung seat
A collapsible steering wheel
A head restraint
Question 16 of 50
What's a buffer lane?
A safety lane for vehicles blown off course
A lane for overtaking safely
A lane to park in until the wind drops
The only lane to be used in high winds
Question 17 of 50
You're in the centre lane of a motorway, overtaking another vehicle. What should you do before returning to the left-hand lane?
Signal left then check your mirror
Wait for the other driver to flash their headlights
Check ahead and then your nearside mirror
Check behind for fast traffic in the right-hand lane
Question 18 of 50
Which road users are most at risk from the turbulence caused by your vehicle?
Cars towing caravans
Question 19 of 50
You're on a motorway and there's a strong side wind. Which vehicle is particularly at risk?
A sports car
A road tanker
Question 20 of 50
You're waiting at a T-junction. What should you do if you see a vehicle is coming from the right, with its left indicator flashing?
Move out and accelerate hard
Wait until the vehicle starts to turn in
Pull out before the vehicle reaches the junction
Move out slowly
Question 21 of 50
Which symbol on a lorry shows its load is dangerous when wet?
Question 22 of 50
You're driving on a motorway. What should you do if your view ahead is restricted by heavy spray?
Move into the lane on the right
Use the two-second rule
Switch on your dipped headlights
Leave the motorway at the next exit
Question 23 of 50
You're driving on a motorway. You look in your mirrors and see smoke coming from your rear tyres. What should you do?
Reduce speed for the rest of your journey
Drive on the hard shoulder until the smoke stops
Stop as soon as it's safe to do so
Ignore it, this is normal when driving at speed
Question 24 of 50
At an incident, a casualty is unconscious but still breathing. Why would you move them?
Because an ambulance is on its way
Because bystanders advise you to
Because there is further danger
Because they look uncomfortable
Question 25 of 50
What should you do when you drive into a tunnel?
Use parking lights
Use front spot lights
Use dipped headlights
Use rear fog lights
Question 26 of 50
What should you do before driving into a tunnel?
Switch your radio off
Remove your sunglasses
Close your sunroof
Switch on windscreen wipers
Question 27 of 50
What do heated fuel lines prevent?
The cab temperature dropping
The radiator from freezing
The windows becoming misty
The diesel from partially solidifying
Question 28 of 50
You're driving a new articulated lorry that's fully laden. You notice that the steering feels heavy. What's the most likely reason?
The road is icy
The power steering is faulty
The lorry is new
The load on the trailer has shifted
Question 29 of 50
When would you use 'kickdown' on a vehicle that has automatic transmission?
To give quicker acceleration
To apply the emergency brakes
To stop more smoothly
To go down a steep hill
Question 30 of 50
You're driving a lorry along a motorway. You notice that you're losing tread from one of your tyres. What should you do?
Stop on the hard shoulder and phone for assistance
Stop on the hard shoulder and change the wheel
Continue driving to the next service station
Continue driving and leave by the next exit
Question 31 of 50
What should you consider having on your vehicle to combat theft?
Question 32 of 50
Which articulated trailer is most at risk of jack-knifing?
A loaded flat-bed trailer
A laden fuel tanker
A loaded high-sided trailer
An unladen trailer
Question 33 of 50
You're loading goods of varying weights. How should they be distributed over the width of the vehicle?
Heavy items at the front, light items at the rear
Light items near the centre line, heavy items towards the sides
Heavy items near the centre line, light items towards the sides
Light items at the front, heavy items at the rear
Question 34 of 50
When will an articulated car transporter be least stable?
When only the lower deck is loaded
When only the top deck is loaded
When it is fully laden
When it is unladen
Question 35 of 50
The lorry you’re driving is heavily laden. How will the load affect the vehicle if you approach a left-hand bend too fast?
The load will push your lorry to the left
The load will pull your lorry to the right
The load will push your lorry straight on
The load will hold your lorry back
Question 36 of 50
You're driving a lorry. Why do you need to take extra care when emerging at this junction?
There are bollards in the middle of the road
It's a closed junction
There's a motorcycle on the left
There's a grass verge on the left
Question 37 of 50
You're delivering boxes of chilled food to a supermarket. What specific training would you need?
Eco-safe driving procedures
Question 38 of 50
What helps you to become an ecosafe driver?
Being aware of hazards
Avoiding block changing
Using air conditioning
Question 39 of 50
How could you save fuel?
By extending the vehicle's service times
By braking as late as you can
By planning routes to avoid congestion
By selecting lower gears
Question 40 of 50
What will cause a noticeable increase in your vehicle's fuel consumption?
Using electric windows
Using manual sun roof
Using air conditioning
Using the endurance brake
Question 41 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with an engine management system. What will happen if you press the accelerator when you're starting the engine?
An excessive amount of fuel will be used
There'll be an excessive build-up of air pressure
Exhaust emissions will be reduced
Oil consumption will be reduced
Question 42 of 50
You're on a motorway. What does it mean when a red cross is displayed above the hard shoulder?
Stop in this lane to answer your mobile phone
You may use this lane as a running lane
This lane can be used if you need a rest
You should not use this lane as a running lane
Question 43 of 50
In which part of the United Kingdom do traffic officers operate?
England, Scotland and Wales
England and Wales
England, Wales and Northern Ireland
Question 44 of 50
You're on a smart motorway. What do the speed-limit signs indicate?
The speed limit on the sign is advisory
The national speed limit will always apply
The speed limit is always 30 mph
The speed limit on the sign must be obeyed
Question 45 of 50
What are traffic officers authorised to do?
Carry out enforcement duties
Issue fixed penalty notices
Test drivers suspected of drink driving
Stop and direct anyone on a motorway
Question 46 of 50
You're driving past parked cars. What should you do if you notice a bicycle wheel sticking out between them?
Accelerate past quickly and sound your horn
Slow down and wave the cyclist across
Brake sharply and flash your headlights
Slow down and be prepared to stop for a cyclist
Question 47 of 50
You wish to turn left into a side road. What should you do if there's a cyclist in front as you approach the junction?
Overtake the cyclist before the turning
Wait until the cyclist has passed the turning
Sound your horn, the cyclist will give way to you
Drive alongside and check for the cyclist in the mirrors
Question 48 of 50
You're about to overtake horse riders. What could scare the horses?
Sounding your horn
Giving arm signals
Keeping well back
Question 49 of 50
Why are motorcyclists more at risk from other road users?
They are easier for other road users to see
They are more likely to break down
They cannot give arm signals
They're easily overlooked
Question 50 of 50
When are motorcyclists particularly vulnerable?
Near zebra crossings
In gusting winds
When leaving motorways
At traffic lights