Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category LORRY - Random Test
Question 1 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 can easily be hidden behind obstructions
Motorcycles have right of way
Question 2 of 50
You're driving a long vehicle on a two-lane road. What should you do if you want to turn left into a narrow side road?
Keep well to the left on the approach
Move out to the right immediately before turning
Keep to the left and turn later than normal
Straddle the lanes to make more room for the turn
Question 3 of 50
How far can a load overhang at the rear before you must use projection marker boards?
1 metre (3 feet 3 inches)
1.5 metres (5 feet 0 inches)
2 metres (6 feet 6 inches)
2.9 metres (9 feet 5 inches)
Question 4 of 50
You’re driving a lorry with a maximum authorised mass of more than 7.5 tonnes. What’s the national speed limit for your vehicle on a dual carriageway in England and Wales?
Question 5 of 50
While you're driving, you notice your tachograph isn't working. What should you do?
Stop immediately and don't drive until it's been repaired
Report it to the nearest police station
Telephone the vehicle testing authority and report the fault
Continue your journey but make a manual record
Question 6 of 50
How many days does a drivers smart card normally cover?
Question 7 of 50
You must have enough tachograph charts with you for your journey. When do you need to start a new chart?
Every 10 hours
Every 24 hours
Every 36 hours
Every 48 hours
Question 8 of 50
What does this tachograph chart symbol mean?
Driver at rest
Chart not required
Question 9 of 50
You've just started the engine. What must you do if the brake air-pressure warning light is showing?
Report it as a fault
Keep the parking brake on
Switch your engine off
Engage the clutch
Question 10 of 50
When would you use an escape lane?
When motorways merge
When carrying a dangerous cargo
When your brakes have failed
When emergency repairs are needed
Question 11 of 50
Your vehicle is fitted with air-assisted hydraulic brakes. What would warn you that there isn't enough air in the system?
An increase of pressure in the air gauge
A buzzer or light
The exhaust brake will not work
Question 12 of 50
How can you help to prevent ‘brake fade’?
use the endurance brake (retarder)
apply the parking brake
Select neutral for a short distance
Repeatedly pump the brake pedal
Question 13 of 50
What can prevent you from holding a bus or lorry driving licence?
Question 14 of 50
What does the flashing amber light mean at a pelican crossing?
Stop, if you can do so safely
Give way to pedestrians already on the crossing
Stop and wait for the green light
Give way to pedestrians waiting to cross
Question 15 of 50
What rules apply to the wearing of seat belts fitted to your lorry?
It's not advisable
It's required by law
It's not required by law
Question 16 of 50
What should you do when passing sheep on a road?
Pass quickly and quietly
Sound your horn gently
Drive very slowly
Keep your vehicle moving
Question 17 of 50
What should you do if you're feeling tired but there's nowhere to stop safely?
Increase your speed to find a stopping place quickly
Ensure a supply of fresh air
Gently tap the steering wheel
Keep changing speed to improve concentration
Question 18 of 50
You're driving at night. Why should you ensure that all your lights are clean and working correctly?
To allow following drivers to use dipped headlights
To prevent the battery from overcharging
So that other road users can see the size of your vehicle
So that the intensity of street lighting can be reduced
Question 19 of 50
What ground conditions are suitable for a tipper lorry to tip its load?
Soft and level
Soft and downhill
Solid and uphill
Solid and level
Question 20 of 50
Which road users are most at risk from the turbulence caused by your vehicle?
Cars towing caravans
Question 21 of 50
Which sign means ‘No stopping’?
Question 22 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 23 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 24 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 25 of 50
When should you check your vehicle’s spray-suppression equipment?
Only when you will be using a motorway
Before setting out on a journey
Only at the start of winter as a prewinter check
Once per year before the MOT test
Question 26 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 27 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 28 of 50
You arrive at the scene of an incident and someone is unconscious. What's the first thing you should do to help them?
Take the numbers of the vehicles involved
Try to get them to drink water
Check that they're breathing
Look for any witnesses
Question 29 of 50
Bus and lorry tyres have codes on their side walls. What do these codes refer to?
Question 30 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 31 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 32 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 33 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 34 of 50
You've finished recoupling. How should you make sure that the tractor and trailer are secure?
Try to move forward with the trailer parking brake on
Reverse with the trailer parking brake on
Try to move forward with the trailer parking brake off
Reverse with the trailer parking brake off
Question 35 of 50
When is an articulated lorry most likely to jack-knife?
When it's carrying a high load
When its load is carried at the rear of the trailer
When it's unloaded
When it's fully loaded
Question 36 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 37 of 50
Why are ropes unsuitable to tie down a load of scrap metal?
Ropes are hard to tie
Ropes will loosen in rain
Ropes are hard to untie
Ropes can wear and snap
Question 38 of 50
You're reversing your vehicle. What should you do while the audible warning device is operating?
Rely on a clear path behind
Expect others to be aware of your course
Be cautious and keep looking all around
Concentrate solely on your blind areas
Question 39 of 50
Who's responsible for making sure that cargo arrives undamaged?
Question 40 of 50
Where can you get help to plan your route before starting a journey?
Your local filling station.
A motoring organisation.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency.
Your vehicle manufacturer.
Question 41 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 42 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 43 of 50
What does this traffic sign mean?
Slippery road ahead
Tyres liable to punctures ahead
Service area ahead
Question 44 of 50
You're on a motorway. Your lorry has a maximum authorised mass of more than 7.5 tonnes. What does this sign mean to you?
You must not use the right-hand lane
You can only use the right-hand lane
You cannot leave the motorway at this junction
You can use the middle or right-hand lane
Question 45 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Double hump-back bridge
Question 46 of 50
What's the aim of a smart motorway?
To prevent overtaking
To reduce rest stops
To prevent tailgating
To reduce congestion
Question 47 of 50
You’re driving a lorry weighing more than 7.5 tonnes on a dual carriageway in England. What does this sign mean?
Maximum speed 40 mph
Maximum speed 50 mph
Maximum speed 60 mph
Maximum speed 70 mph
Question 48 of 50
Which vehicles are most likely to be affected by side wind?
Question 49 of 50
You're driving near a school in heavy traffic. What should you do when there are children walking close to the kerb on your side of the road?
Move to the other side of the road
Wave at them to move back from the kerb
Stop for a moment to see what they do
Drive slowly until you are clear of the area
Question 50 of 50
You're driving on a road with an uneven surface. What should you do if you're following a motorcyclist along this road?
Allow extra room, they may swerve to avoid pot holes
Leave less room so they can see you in their mirrors
Drive closely behind and get ready to overtake
Drive closely to shield them