Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category MOTOR - Test 10
Question 1 of 50
What does the term ‘lifesaver’ mean?
A final rearward glance
An approved safety helmet
A reflective jacket
The two-second rule
Question 2 of 50
You are waiting to turn right at the end of a road. Your view is obstructed by parked vehicles. What should you do?
Stop and then move forward slowly and carefully for a proper view
Move quickly to where you can see so you only block traffic from one direction
Wait for a pedestrian to let you know when it is safe for you to emerge
Turn your vehicle around immediately and find another junction to use
Question 3 of 50
At a pelican crossing the flashing amber light means you MUST
stop and wait for the green light
stop and wait for the red light
give way to pedestrians waiting to cross
give way to pedestrians already on the crossing
Question 4 of 50
Which of these services can display a blue flashing beacon?
Question 5 of 50
You are parking your motorcycle and sidecar on a hill. What is the best way to stop it rolling away?
Leave it in neutral
Put the rear wheel on the pavement
Leave it in a low gear
Park very close to another vehicle
Question 6 of 50
What should you do when leaving your motorcycle parked?
Remove the battery lead
Pull it onto the kerb
Use the steering lock
Leave the parking light on
Question 7 of 50
What could happen if you ride your motorcycle when it has a very loose drive chain?
the front wheel could wobble
the ignition could cut out
the brakes could fail
the rear wheel could lock
Question 8 of 50
What must you check on both the front and rear motorcycle tyres?
That they're the same tread pattern
That they're correctly inflated
That they're the same size
That they're the same make
Question 9 of 50
You are riding in hot weather. What is the safest type of footwear?
Question 10 of 50
Overall stopping distance is made up of thinking distance and braking distance. You're on a good, dry road surface, with good brakes and tyres. What's the typical braking distance from 50 mph?
14 metres (46 feet)
24 metres (80 feet)
38 metres (125 feet)
55 metres (180 feet)
Question 11 of 50
When will your overall stopping distance be longer?
When you're riding at night
When you're riding in fog
When you're riding with a passenger
When you're riding up a hill
Question 12 of 50
Which road surface is most likely to reduce the stability of your motorcycle?
Question 13 of 50
You're not sure whether your cough medicine will affect your ability to ride safely. What should you do?
Ask your doctor
Don't take the medicine
Ride if you feel alright
Ask a friend or relative for advice
Question 14 of 50
Why are place names painted on the road surface?
To restrict the flow of traffic
To warn you of oncoming traffic
To enable you to change lanes early
To prevent you changing lanes
Question 15 of 50
Which of these is an effect of drinking alcohol?
Question 16 of 50
What should you do when approaching this crossing?
Prepare to slow down and stop
Stop and wave the pedestrians across
Speed up and pass by quickly
Continue unless the pedestrians step out
Question 17 of 50
There is a slow-moving motorcyclist ahead of you. You are unsure what the rider is going to do. You should
pass on the left
pass on the right
Question 18 of 50
You are coming up to a roundabout. A cyclist is signalling to turn right. What should you do?
Overtake on the right
Give a horn warning
Signal the cyclist to move across
Give the cyclist plenty of room
Question 19 of 50
You notice horse riders in front. What should you do first?
Pull out to the middle of the road
Slow down and be ready to stop
Accelerate around them
Question 20 of 50
What should you do when you’re following a learner driver who stalls at a junction?
Be patient as you expect them to make mistakes
Stay very close behind and flash your headlights
Start to rev your engine if they take too long to restart
Immediately steer around them and drive on
Question 21 of 50
Show me how you would check that the horn is working on this machine (off road only). (Choose all that apply).
Check the two wires to the horn
Press the horn control
Question 22 of 50
Which sign means you have priority over oncoming vehicles?
Question 23 of 50
Which one of these signs are you allowed to ride past on a solo motorcycle?
Question 24 of 50
You have to brake sharply and your motorcycle starts to skid. What should you do?
continue braking and select a low gear
apply the brakes harder for better grip
select neutral and use the front brake only
release the brakes and reapply
Question 25 of 50
You're on a motorway at night. In which situation may you have your headlights switched off?
When there are vehicles close in front of you
When you are travelling below 50 mph
When the motorway is lit
When your motorcycle is broken down on the hard shoulder
Question 26 of 50
Which of these will affect the stopping distance of your motorcycle?
The drive-chain adjustment
The condition of the tyres
The time of day
The street lighting
Question 27 of 50
What should you do when you're overtaking at night?
Wait until a bend so that you can see the oncoming headlights
Sound your horn twice before moving out
Put headlights on full beam
Beware of bends in the road ahead
Question 28 of 50
You're travelling in the left-hand lane of a three-lane motorway. How should you react to traffic joining from a slip road?
Race the other vehicles
Move to another lane
Maintain a steady speed
Switch on your hazard flashers
Question 29 of 50
Traffic officers operate on motorways and some primary routes in England and Wales. What are they authorised to do?
Stop and arrest drivers who break the law
Repair broken-down vehicles on the motorway
Issue fixed penalty notices
Stop and direct anyone on a motorway
Question 30 of 50
You're on a motorway. A red cross is displayed above the hard shoulder. What does this mean?
Pull up in this lane to answer your mobile phone
Use this lane as a running lane
This lane can be used if you need a rest
You should not travel in this lane
Question 31 of 50
What should you do when you meet an obstruction on your side of the road?
Carry on, as you have priority
Give way to oncoming traffic
Wave oncoming vehicles through
Accelerate to get past first
Question 32 of 50
When must you stop your motorcycle?
At a clear pelican crossing when the amber light is flashing
At an empty zebra crossing
When signalled to do so by a police officer
At a junction with double broken white lines
Question 33 of 50
What is the national speed limit on a single carriageway road for cars and motorcycles?
Question 34 of 50
At a pelican crossing, what does a flashing amber light mean?
You must not move off until the lights stop flashing
You must give way to pedestrians still on the crossing
You can move off, even if pedestrians are still on the crossing
You must stop because the lights are about to change to red
Question 35 of 50
Where would you see a contraflow bus and cycle lane?
On a dual carriageway
On a roundabout
On an urban motorway
On a one-way street
Question 36 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Distance to parking place ahead
Distance to public telephone ahead
Distance to public house ahead
Distance to passing place ahead
Question 37 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Question 38 of 50
What is the reason for the area marked in red and white along the centre of this road?
It is to separate traffic flowing in opposite directions
It marks an area to be used by overtaking motorcyclists
It is a temporary marking to warn of the roadworks
It is separating the two sides of the dual carriageway
Question 39 of 50
This sign is of particular importance to motorcyclists. It means
Question 40 of 50
At this junction, there's a 'stop' sign and a solid white line on the road surface. Why is there a 'stop' sign here?
Speed on the major road is derestricted
It's a busy junction
Visibility along the major road is restricted
There are hazard warning lines in the centre of the road
Question 41 of 50
When may you cross a double solid white line in the middle of the road?
To pass traffic that is queuing back at a junction
To pass a car signalling to turn left ahead
To pass a road maintenance vehicle travelling at 10 mph or less
To pass a vehicle that is towing a trailer
Question 42 of 50
Your vehicle needs a current MOT certificate. What will the MOT certificate enable you to do?
Renew your driving licence
Change your insurance company
Tax your vehicle
Notify a change of address
Question 43 of 50
What's the purpose of an MOT test?
To make sure your motorcycle is roadworthy
To certify how many miles per gallon it does
To prove you own the motorcycle
To allow you to park in restricted areas
Question 44 of 50
You're the first to arrive at the scene of a crash. What should you do?
Leave as soon as another motorist arrives
Flag down other motorists to help you
Drag all casualties away from the vehicles
Call the emergency services promptly
Question 45 of 50
On a motorway, when should the hard shoulder be used?
When answering a mobile phone
When an emergency arises
When taking a short rest
When checking a road map
Question 46 of 50
What should you do if you see a large box fall from a lorry onto the motorway?
Go to the next emergency telephone and report the hazard
Catch up with the lorry and try to get the driver’s attention
Stop close to the box until the police arrive
Pull over to the hard shoulder, then remove the box
Question 47 of 50
There's been a collision. A driver is suffering from shock. What should you do?
Give them a drink
Ask who caused the incident
Offer them a cigarette
Question 48 of 50
You are using throwover saddlebags. Why is it important to make sure they are evenly loaded?
They will be uncomfortable for you to sit on
They will slow your motorcycle down
They could make your motorcycle unstable
They will be uncomfortable for a pillion passenger to sit on
Question 49 of 50
What should your motorcycle have if you want to carry a pillion passenger?
passenger communication system
A passenger luggage box
Passenger grab handles
Question 50 of 50
Who's responsible for making sure that a vehicle isn't overloaded?
The driver or rider of the vehicle
The owner of the items being carried
The person who loaded the vehicle
The licensing authority