Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category MOTOR - Test 15
Question 1 of 50
You should always check your blind spots before doing what?
giving a signal
Question 2 of 50
You are about to turn right. What should you do just before you turn?
Give the correct signal
Take a \'lifesaver\' glance over your shoulder
Select the correct gear
Get in position ready for the turn
Question 3 of 50
You're following a large vehicle travelling at 40 mph. Where should you position your motorcycle?
close behind to make it easier to overtake the vehicle
to the left of the road to make it easier to be seen
close behind the vehicle to keep out of the wind
well back so that you can see past the vehicle
Question 4 of 50
Why should you wear specialist motorcycle clothing when riding?
Because the law requires you to do so
Because it looks better than ordinary clothing
Because it gives best protection from the weather
Because it will reduce your insurance
Question 5 of 50
What should you do when riding at night?
Give arm signals
Wear reflective clothing
Wear a tinted visor
Ride in the centre of the road
Question 6 of 50
What will be the effect of having your motorcycle engine properly maintained?
It will use much more fuel
It will have lower exhaust emissions
It will increase your insurance premiums
It will not need to have an MOT
Question 7 of 50
You have too much oil in your engine. What could this cause?
Low oil pressure
Question 8 of 50
You need to put air into your tyres. How would you find out the correct pressure to use?
It will be shown on the tyre wall
It will be stamped on the wheel
By checking the vehicle owner's manual
By checking the registration document
Question 9 of 50
If you ride at night, what can you wear to help other road users see you more easily?
A black leather jacket
A reflective garment
A clear visor
A red helmet
Question 10 of 50
In good conditions, what's the typical stopping distance at 70 mph?
53 metres (175 feet)
60 metres (197 feet)
73 metres (240 feet)
96 metres (315 feet)
Question 11 of 50
Where are you most likely to be affected by side winds?
On a narrow country lane
On an open stretch of road
On a busy stretch of road
On a long, straight road
Question 12 of 50
When riding in heavy rain a film of water can build up between your tyres and the road surface. This may result in loss of control. What can you do to avoid this happening?
Keep your speed down
Increase your tyre pressures
Decrease your tyre pressures
Keep trying your brakes
Question 13 of 50
What is the main hazard shown in this picture?
Vehicles turning right
Vehicles doing U-turns
The cyclist crossing the road
Parked cars around the corner
Question 14 of 50
You are convicted of riding after drinking too much alcohol. How could this affect your insurance?
Your insurance may become invalid
The amount of excess you pay will be reduced
You will only be able to get third party cover
Cover will only be given for riding smaller motorcycles
Question 15 of 50
An elderly person's driving ability could be affected because they may be unable to
obtain car insurance
understand road signs
react very quickly
give signals correctly
Question 16 of 50
What should you do when you're following a motorcyclist along a road that has a poor surface?
Drive closely so they can see you in their mirrors
Overtake immediately to avoid delays
Allow extra room in case they swerve to avoid potholes
Allow the same room as normal to avoid wasting road space
Question 17 of 50
Why must these road markings be kept clear?
To allow school children to be dropped off
To allow teachers to park
To allow school children to be picked up
To allow a clear view of the crossing area
Question 18 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 19 of 50
You intend to turn right into a side road. Just before turning you should check for motorcyclists who might be
overtaking on your left
following you closely
emerging from the side road
overtaking on your right
Question 20 of 50
You’re approaching a mini-roundabout. What should you do when you see the long vehicle in front signalling left but positioned over to the right?
Sound your horn
Overtake on the left
Follow the same course as the lorry
Keep well back
Question 21 of 50
Which sign means that there may be people walking along the road?
Question 22 of 50
What shape is a STOP sign at a junction?
Question 23 of 50
You keep well back while waiting to overtake a large vehicle. What should you do if a car moves into the gap?
Sound your horn
Drop back further
Flash your headlights
Start to overtake
Question 24 of 50
After this hazard you should test your brakes. Why is this?
You will be on a slippery road
Your brakes will be soaking wet
You will be going down a long hill
You will have just crossed a long bridge
Question 25 of 50
Which type of road surface increases the risk of skidding for motorcyclists?
Question 26 of 50
You ride over broken glass and get a puncture. What should you do?
Close the throttle and roll to a stop
Brake to a stop as quickly as possible
Release your grip on the handlebars
Steer from side to side to keep your balance
Question 27 of 50
What do these motorway signs show?
They are countdown markers to a bridge
They are distance markers to the next telephone
They are countdown markers to the next exit
They warn of a police control ahead
Question 28 of 50
You are intending to leave the motorway at the next exit. Before you reach the exit you should normally position your motorcycle
in the middle lane
in the left-hand lane
on the hard shoulder
in any lane
Question 29 of 50
Which of these isn't allowed to travel in the right-hand lane of a three-lane motorway?
A small delivery van
A vehicle towing a trailer
A motorcycle and side-car
Question 30 of 50
What should you do immediately after joining a motorway?
Try to overtake
Re-adjust your mirrors
Position your vehicle in the centre lane
Keep in the left-hand lane
Question 31 of 50
You are on a road with passing places. It is only wide enough for one vehicle. There is a car coming towards you. What should you do?
Pull into a passing place on your right
Force the other driver to reverse
Turn round and ride back to the main road
Pull into a passing place on your left
Question 32 of 50
You are riding towards roadworks. The temporary traffic lights are at red. The road ahead is clear. What should you do?
Ride on with extreme caution
Ride on at normal speed
Carry on if approaching cars have stopped
Wait for the green light
Question 33 of 50
What is the nearest you may park to a junction?
10 metres (32 feet)
12 metres (39 feet)
15 metres (49 feet)
20 metres (66 feet)
Question 34 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Turn left ahead
No through road
Question 35 of 50
At traffic lights, what does it mean when the amber light shows on its own?
Prepare to go
Go if the way is clear
Go if no pedestrians are crossing
Stop at the stop line
Question 36 of 50
Why should you make sure that you cancel your indicators after turning?
To avoid flattening the battery
To avoid misleading other road users
To avoid dazzling other road users
To avoid damage to the indicator relay
Question 37 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Two-way traffic ahead across a one-way road
Traffic approaching you has priority
Two-way traffic straight ahead
Motorway contraflow system ahead
Question 38 of 50
Which type of vehicle does this sign apply to?
Question 39 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Quayside or river bank
Steep hill downwards
Uneven road surface
Road liable to flooding
Question 40 of 50
What does this sign mean?
Wait at the barriers
Wait at the crossroads
Give way to trams
Give way to farm vehicles
Question 41 of 50
Where can you find reflective amber studs on a motorway?
Separating the slip road from the motorway
On the left-hand edge of the road
On the right-hand edge of the road
Separating the lanes
Question 42 of 50
Your motorcycle insurance policy has an excess of £100. What does this mean?
The insurance company will pay the first £100 of any claim
You will be paid £100 if you do not have a crash
Your motorcycle is insured for a value of £100 if it is stolen
You will have to pay the first £100 of any claim
Question 43 of 50
You own a motorcycle licensed in the UK. When do you have a duty to contact the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)?
When you go abroad on holiday
When your job involves riding abroad
When your permanent address changes
When you change your job status
Question 44 of 50
After a collision, someone is unconscious in their vehicle. When should you call the emergency services?
Only as a last resort
As soon as possible
After you have woken them up
After checking for broken bones
Question 45 of 50
You are riding on a motorway. The car in front switches on its hazard warning lights whilst moving. What does this mean?
The driver is going to take the next exit
There is a danger ahead
There is a police car ahead
The driver is trying to change lanes
Question 46 of 50
An injured motorcyclist is lying unconscious in the road. The traffic has stopped and there's no further danger. What should you do to help?
Remove the safety helmet
Seek medical assistance
Move the person off the road
Remove the leather jacket
Question 47 of 50
What should you be aware of when you ride a sidecar outfit for the first time?
You need time to get used to it
You’ll be able to stop in a shorter distance
You need to accelerate around bends
You can approach corners without braking
Question 48 of 50
What's the speed limit on a single carriageway road for a motorcycle towing a trailer?
Question 49 of 50
You're the first person to arrive at an incident where people are badly injured. You’ve switched on your hazard warning lights and checked all engines are stopped. What else should you do?
Make sure that an ambulance is called for
Stop other cars and ask the drivers for help
Try and get people who are injured to drink something
Move the people who are injured clear of their vehicles
Question 50 of 50
Who is responsible for making sure that a motorcycle is not overloaded?
The rider of the motorcycle
The owner of the items being carried
The licensing authority
The owner of the motorcycle