Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category LORRY - Test 8
Question 1 of 50
What effect could a load of hanging meat carcasses cause when you drive around corners or bends?
The wave effect
The camber effect
The gravity effect
The pendulum effect
Question 2 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Overhead electrified cable
Cable laying ahead
Question 3 of 50
You're driving a vehicle that's over 17 metres (55 feet) long. What should you do at a level crossing?
Cross over using your horn and hazard warning lights
Stop before the crossing and phone the signal operator
Increase your speed to clear the crossing quickly
Stop before the crossing and look both ways before going on
Question 4 of 50
Your vehicle breaks down during a journey. You continue by driving in another vehicle with the same type of tachograph. What must you do with your tachograph chart?
Leave it in the broken down vehicle
Take it with you for security, but use a new chart in the new vehicle
Telephone the testing authority for permission to drive without a chart
Take it with you, using it in the new vehicle
Question 5 of 50
During your working day, you change to another vehicle with the same type of tachograph. How should you keep your tachograph record up-to-date?
Use the chart that is already in the other vehicle
Take the chart with you and use it in the other vehicle
Record your driving hours in a record book
Install a new chart in the other vehicle
Question 6 of 50
An enforcement officer keeps your analogue tachograph records. How should they endorse the replacement charts?
With their name
With their service number
With their home address
With their date of birth
Question 7 of 50
Before starting driving, which of the following should you complete on the centre field of your tachograph chart?
The place from which you start your days journey
Details of the goods carried
The name and address of your employer
The amount of daily rest taken prior to starting the shift
Question 8 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with hydraulic brakes. Why might the brake pedal go down too far when it's pressed?
There is too much fluid in the braking system
The pedal travel requires adjustment
The vacuum exhauster is not working
There is not enough fluid in the braking system
Question 9 of 50
Your tractor unit has three air lines. You're connecting to a trailer that has two air-line couplings. What colour is the line you shouldn't connect to the trailer?
Question 10 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with an air-assisted hydraulic braking system. What would warn you that the vacuum pump isn't working?
The brake pedal feels spongy when pressed
The brake pedal has little resistance
The brake pedal feels hard when pressed
The brake pedal travels a long way
Question 11 of 50
Which vehicle will use a blue flashing beacon?
Bomb disposal team
Breakdown recovery vehicle
Question 12 of 50
What should you do when you're being followed by an ambulance showing a flashing blue light?
Stop to let it pass as soon as it's safe to do so
Accelerate quickly to get away from it
Ignore it if possible, unless you're forced to let it pass
Brake harshly and immediately to a stop in the road
Question 13 of 50
When will your reactions be slower?
When driving while you're tired
When driving in fog
When driving too quickly
When driving in rain
Question 14 of 50
What might misuse of drugs or alcohol lead to?
Withdrawal of a driving licence
Question 15 of 50
When is your nearside mirror most likely to endanger pedestrians?
When driving over a speed hump
When driving near a hospital
When driving close to the kerb
When driving past a car park
Question 16 of 50
What should you do if an overtaking vehicle pulls in too close in front of you?
Stay close behind
Overtake when you can
Flash your headlights
Question 17 of 50
What do you need to be aware of when you drive over an exposed suspension bridge?
The swaying of the bridge
The width of the lanes
The effect of strong crosswinds
The overhanging bridge cables
Question 18 of 50
You're driving a large vehicle in gusty conditions. Which vehicle is most likely to be affected by buffeting when you overtake it?
A flat-bed lorry
A loaded tanker
Question 19 of 50
What's the greatest risk to your safety when you're overtaking on a motorway in very wet weather?
Your engine may get flooded
Your braking distance may be reduced
Your steering may become heavy
Your tyres may lose grip
Question 20 of 50
You're driving at 50 mph (80 km/h) on a dry, level road. What gap should you leave between your vehicle and the one in front?
One vehicle length
Two vehicle lengths
At least a one-second gap
At least a two-second gap
Question 21 of 50
Which of these vehicles will be most at risk of \'roll-over\' when laden?
Question 22 of 50
When should you use a crawler lane?
When letting faster traffic overtake you
When turning right from a major road
When parking to have a rest
When slowing down for a motorway exit
Question 23 of 50
What should you do before driving your high-sided lorry in windy weather?
Check your wind deflector
Check your spray suppression equipment
Plan your routein advance
Only half load your lorry
Question 24 of 50
You arrive at the scene of an incident. The emergency services have already been called. A pedestrian is bleeding heavily from a leg wound, but their leg isn't broken. What could you do to help them?
Dab the wound to stop the bleeding
Give them some painkiller tablets
Apply firm pressure to the wound
Fetch them a warm drink
Question 25 of 50
You arrive at the scene of an incident where someone is injured. What should be given urgent priority?
Deal with the danger from further collisions or fire
Get the casualty a warm drink
Take details of any witnesses
Take the numbers of the vehicles involved
Question 26 of 50
You arrive at the scene of an incident. How should you deal with someone who is hysterical?
Talk to them quietly and firmly
Let them wander off to calm down
Restrain them physically
Shout loudly to get their attention
Question 27 of 50
When should you check the wheel nuts on your vehicle?
Before any journey
Only before long trips
Only every 1000 miles (1600 km)
Question 28 of 50
What should you do if thick black smoke is coming from the exhaust of your vehicle?
Continue on to the nearest garage
Return to your depot and report the problem
Stop in a safe place and get help
Drive slowly with your hazard warning lights on
Question 29 of 50
Your vehicle suffers a tyre blow-out. How could this create a hazard for other road users?
Question 30 of 50
What could happen if you overfill your engine with oil?
The handling may improve
Exhaust emissions could be reduced
Some gaskets might be damaged
You could wait longer before the next service
Question 31 of 50
You're working on the platform of a flat-bed lorry. What's the safest way to get down to the ground?
Use a suitable set of steps
Jump down wearing non-slip shoes
Use ropes to lower yourself down
Climb down facing away from the vehicle
Question 32 of 50
You're uncoupling a lorry and trailer. What should you do after disconnecting the electrical line?
Stow it away safely
Drive forward slowly
Lower the landing gear
Apply the trailer brake
Question 33 of 50
What should you do when you're working on a vehicle platform?
Make sure you can jump down
Walk forward near the edges
Work in stockinged feet
Walk backwards near the edges
Question 34 of 50
What could be the result of overloading an axle while loading a lorry?
Reduced tyre temperature
Damage to the road surface
Damage to the tachograph
Increased tyre life
Question 35 of 50
Many modern vehicles are fitted with an additional nearside mirror. What does this help the driver to see?
The front wheel in relation to the kerb
The exhaust to check for excessive emissions
The rear of the vehicle when reversing
The distance of the following vehicle
Question 36 of 50
Why might it be difficult to see motorcyclists at junctions?
They can be hidden in blind spots
They always ride in the gutter
They wear bright clothing
They ride with their headlights on
Question 37 of 50
You're returning to the UK and are about to board a ferry. An immigration officer asks to see your documentation. What must you show them immediately?
Your vehicle registration book
Your driver's hours record
Your operator documentation
Your driving licence
Question 38 of 50
What does air suspension help to protect?
The fuel system
Question 39 of 50
Your lorry has been fitted with wind deflectors. How will they affect your vehicle?
They'll increase the fuel consumption
They'll reduce the stability
They'll require increased tyre pressures
They'll reduce the wind resistance
Question 40 of 50
How can you help to ease traffic congestion?
Planning journeys to avoid the busy times
Planning journeys to avoid driving at quiet times
Using motorways for all journeys
Avoiding using motorways for all journeys
Question 41 of 50
What's likely to happen if you avoid travelling during peak times?
You are more likely to be held up
Your journey time is likely to be longer
You'll travel a much shorter distance
You're less likely to be delayed
Question 42 of 50
Why should you slow down when you see this sign?
To reduce the risk of a blow-out
To avoid splashing others with water
To avoid throwing up loose chippings
To prevent grit from blocking your air filter
Question 43 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Question 44 of 50
You're driving a lorry that's carrying a heavy load. What should you be prepared to do when you see this sign ahead?
Brake to a lower speed
Change up to a higher gear
Stop to check your load
Change down to a lower gear
Question 45 of 50
You're approaching a roundabout. What should you do if you see a cyclist signalling to turn right?
Overtake on the right
Give a horn warning
Signal the cyclist to move across
Give the cyclist plenty of room
Question 46 of 50
What action would you take when elderly people are crossing the road?
Wave them across so they know that you have seen them
Be patient and allow them to cross in their own time
Rev the engine to let them know that you are waiting
Tap the horn in case they are hard of hearing
Question 47 of 50
You're driving towards a zebra crossing. What should you do if you see that a person in a wheelchair is waiting to cross?
Continue on your way
Wave to the person to cross
Wave to the person to wait
Be prepared to stop
Question 48 of 50
How would you react to drivers who appear to be inexperienced?
Sound your horn to warn them of your presence
Be patient and prepare for them to react more slowly
Flash your headlights to indicate that it is safe for them to proceed
Overtake them as soon as possible
Question 49 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Question 50 of 50
What does this sign mean?
No route for pedestrians and cyclists
A route for pedestrians only
A route for cyclists only
A route for pedestrians and cyclists