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Maqedoni - Shqip
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Category LORRY - Test 7
Question 1 of 50
How wide can a load be before you must have side markers?
2.0 metres (6 feet 6 inches)
2.9 metres (9 feet 5 inches)
3.5 metres (11 feet 5 inches)
4.3 metres (14 feet 2 inches)
Question 2 of 50
Where are you most likely to ground a low loader?
On rural roads
On traffic calming humps
On yellow rumble strips
On hatched road markings
Question 3 of 50
When should you consider the effect a speed limiter will have on your vehicle?
When changing gear
Question 4 of 50
At the end of your working week, you've driven a total of 56 hours. Under EU rules, what's the maximum number of hours you can drive in the following week?
Question 5 of 50
Under EU rules, how long should your normal daily rest period be?
Question 6 of 50
You've been driving a lorry without a break for four-and-a-half hours. Under EU rules, you must now take a break. How long must this break be?
Question 7 of 50
Why are goods vehicle drivers’ hours of work controlled?
To encourage vehicle sympathy
To help road safety
To ensure fair road use
To improve vehicle security
Question 8 of 50
What colour is the auxiliary line on a three-line braking system?
Question 9 of 50
Air-brake systems usually have two lines. Which additional line is fitted on a three-line system?
Question 10 of 50
Your lorry is equipped with anti-lock brakes. What's the correct procedure for stopping in an emergency?
Apply the footbrake firmly in a pumping action until the vehicle has stopped
Apply the footbrake firmly and continuously until the vehicle has stopped
Apply the footbrake and handbrake until the vehicle has stopped
Apply the handbrake only
Question 11 of 50
When is there a particular risk of sleep-related incidents?
Between 2am and 7am
Between 11pm and 2am
Between 6pm and 11pm
Between 7am and 2pm
Question 12 of 50
Your vehicle breaks down on the hard shoulder of a motorway. What should you do if you decide to use your mobile phone to call for help?
Stand at the rear of the vehicle while making the call
Try to repair the vehicle yourself
Get out of the vehicle by the right hand door
Check your location from the marker posts on the left
Question 13 of 50
Why could it be dangerous to wave people across at pedestrian crossings?
There may be another vehicle coming
They may be distracted
They may not see your signal
They may not be ready to cross
Question 14 of 50
What should you do if you lose your way in heavy traffic?
Stop at traffic lights and ask pedestrians
Shout to other drivers to ask them the way
Drive on until you find a safe place to stop
Check a map as you keep moving with the traffic
Question 15 of 50
You've been convicted of driving while unfit through drink or drugs. What will increase in cost when you start driving again?
Vehicle test certificate
Question 16 of 50
Why is it dangerous to follow a large goods vehicle too closely?
Your field of vision is seriously reduced
Your cab will fill with fumes
Your engine will overheat
Your brakes will overheat
Question 17 of 50
How should you drive through flood water?
Slowly, in a low gear, with engine speed high
Slowly, in a high gear, with engine speed low
As quickly as possible to cause the least delay
At normal speed when you have spray reducers fitted
Question 18 of 50
The entrances to roundabouts are often slippery when they're wet. How should you deal with this hazard?
Stay in the left-hand lane
Brake in good time
Use the handbrake
Stop before emerging
Question 19 of 50
You're driving a fully laden vehicle approaching an uphill gradient. What will happen if you start to overtake?
You will be able to get past more quickly
The weight of the load will help you go faster
It will take you longer to get past
You'll need to use a high gear
Question 20 of 50
Which vehicles are most likely to be affected by high winds?
Question 21 of 50
Which symbol on a lorry means it's likely to be carrying compressed gases?
Question 22 of 50
Your lorry has a curtain-sided body. Your route will take you over several high-level bridges. Why should you check the weather forecast before starting your journey?
Rain can make crossing bridges very difficult for large vehicles
In hot weather the bridges might be closed to heavy traffic
You won't be able to climb the bridges if it's frosty
High-level bridges may be closed to certain vehicles in windy weather
Question 23 of 50
In strong winds, an overtaking lorry can cause additional air turbulence that can affect other road users. Which vehicle is most at risk from this turbulence?
A delivery van
Question 24 of 50
Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway. What should you do if you can't get it fully onto the hard shoulder?
Stand at the edge of the carriageway to warn others
Place a warning triangle in the lane behind your vehicle
Wear a bright jacket and stand in the lane behind your vehicle
Call for help using the nearest emergency telephone
Question 25 of 50
What must you do if you're involved in a traffic incident?
Drive on for help
Inform the police within seven days
Stop at the scene
Drive to the nearest police station
Question 26 of 50
You're driving through a congested tunnel. What should you do if you have to stop?
Stop very close to the vehicle in front to save space
Ignore any message signs as they're never up to date
Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front
Put your headlights on full beam
Question 27 of 50
You discover that one of your rear brake-light bulbs has failed. How soon should it be replaced?
On return to your base
Within five days
At the next service
Question 28 of 50
Where can you get advice about carrying out repairs to your vehicle?
DVLA guidance notes
EU and UK Directives
The Health and Safety Executive
Question 29 of 50
You're checking your vehicle’s tyres before starting a long motorway journey. What check should be made on each tyre?
Question 30 of 50
At a Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) roadside check, your vehicle is found to have serious defects and you may no longer use it. Who will DVSA share this information with?
The Driver and Vehicle Licencing Agency
The Traffic Commissioner
The Road Transport Industry Training Body
The Bus, Coach and Commercial Vehicle Council
Question 31 of 50
What's the best way to lift a heavy object?
Twisting your back while lifting
Having a stable position
Holding the load at arm's length
Lifting the load as quickly as possible
Question 32 of 50
The legs on a demountable body allow you to
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 33 of 50
What should you do when transporting a small quantity of livestock that doesn't fill the vehicle?
Allow no direct access to the animals
Check them for disease before you load
Give the animals plenty of space
Create compartments using moveable panels
Question 34 of 50
Which cargo needs to be transported at a controlled temperature?
Barrels of beer
Question 35 of 50
You're behind a parked car. What should you do when you're about to move off?
Start to signal when you've started moving
Move off when there's no oncoming traffic
Check the blind spots before you start moving
Only use your mirrors after you've started moving
Question 36 of 50
Your lorry has a sleeper cab. Why could this make your driving more difficult?
It increases your blind spots
It increases your view of the road ahead
It increases your view in the right-hand mirror
It increases your view in the left-hand mirror
Question 37 of 50
What's the current fine for each person illegally carried into the UK?
Question 38 of 50
You've parked for a short time in a town while you plan your route. What should you do while your vehicle is parked?
Keep the engine running on tickover
Rev the engine occasionally for air pressure
Hold the engine at a fast tick-over to maintain air pressure
Switch off the engine
Question 39 of 50
What must you have before you can leave a lorry weighing more than 7.5 tonnes unattended on a verge?
A warning triangle
The owner's permission
A loading permit
Question 40 of 50
Which ancillary equipment will cause the greatest increase in fuel consumption?
Question 41 of 50
What are the consequences of driving your vehicle when it's emitting excessive exhaust smoke?
Its fuel consumption will improve
Your vision ahead will be reduced
The brakes will fade more easily
You'll be breaking the law
Question 42 of 50
You’re driving a lorry weighing more than 7.5 tonnes on a single carriageway road in England. What does this sign mean?
Maximum speed 30 mph
Maximum speed 40 mph
Maximum speed 50 mph
Maximum speed 60 mph
Question 43 of 50
What does this motorway sign mean?
Use the hard shoulder
Contraflow system ahead
Overhead bridge repairs
All lanes ahead closed
Question 44 of 50
What does this motorway sign mean?
Right-hand lane closed ahead
One-tonne weight limit ahead
Left-hand lane closed ahead
T-junction one mile ahead
Question 45 of 50
Where should you take particular care to look for motorcyclists and cyclists?
On dual carriageways
At zebra crossings
In one-way streets
Question 46 of 50
Where would you see this sign?
In the window of a car taking children to school
At the side of the road
At playground areas
On the rear of a school bus or coach
Question 47 of 50
Which vehicles are most likely to be affected by side wind?
Question 48 of 50
You're approaching this roundabout and see the cyclist signal right. Why is the cyclist keeping to the left?
It is a quicker route
They're going to turn left instead
The Highway Code doesn't apply to cyclists
They may use the left-hand lane to turn right
Question 49 of 50
You're driving an articulated lorry. What should you do when you see this sign?
Turn round and find an alternative route
Park safely and arrange alternative transport for the goods
Inform your vehicle operator and await further instructions
Proceed as normal, the sign does not apply to you
Question 50 of 50
Why is a toucan crossing different from other crossings?
Moped riders can use it
It is controlled by a traffic warden
It is controlled by two flashing lights
Cyclists can use it