Top Theory Tests
Maqedoni - Shqip
Македонија - македонски
Montenegro (Crna Gora)
Category MOTOR - Random Test
Question 1 of 50
In which of these situations should you avoid overtaking?
Just after a bend
In a one-way street
On a 30 mph road
Approaching a dip in the road
Question 2 of 50
What should you do before making a U-turn?
Give an arm signal as well as using your indicators
Signal so that other drivers can slow down for you
Look over your shoulder for a final check
Select a higher gear than normal
Question 3 of 50
You're riding towards a zebra crossing. Pedestrians are waiting to cross. What should you do?
Give way to the elderly and infirm only
Slow down and prepare to stop
Use your headlight to indicate they can cross
Wave at them to cross the road
Question 4 of 50
You're approaching two riders on horseback. What should you do?
Continue at your normal speed
Change down the gears quickly
Slow down and be ready to stop
Flash your headlight to warn them
Question 5 of 50
Supertrams or Light Rapid Transit (LRT) systems are environmentally friendly because
they use diesel power
they use quieter roads
they use electric power
they do not operate during rush hour
Question 6 of 50
It is a good idea to plan your journey to avoid busy times. This is because
your vehicle will use more fuel
you will see less road works
it will help to ease congestion
you will travel a much shorter distance
Question 7 of 50
It can be helpful to plan your route before starting a journey. Why should you also plan an alternative route?
Your original route may be blocked
Your maps may have different scales
You may find you have to pay a congestion charge
You may get held up by a tractor
Question 8 of 50
Before starting a journey, where can you get help to plan your route?
Your local filling station.
A motoring organisation.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency.
Your vehicle manufacturer.
Question 9 of 50
Why should you wear fluorescent clothing when riding in daylight?
It reduces wind resistance
It prevents injury if you come off the machine
It helps other road users to see you
It keeps you cool in hot weather
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
How should you ride at night on a busy main road?
With main-beam headlights on at all times
Wearing non-reflective dark clothing
Using dipped-beam headlights
Wearing tinted glasses or a tinted visor
Question 12 of 50
You are riding past queuing traffic. Why should you be more cautious when approaching this road marking?
Lorries will be unloading here
School children will be crossing here
Pedestrians will be standing in the road
Traffic could be emerging and may not see you
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
What's an effect of drinking alcohol?
Poor judgement of speed
A loss of confidence
Greater awareness of danger
Question 15 of 50
Where shouldn't you overtake?
On a single carriageway
On a one-way street
Approaching a junction
Travelling up a long hill
Question 16 of 50
The vehicle ahead is being driven by a learner. What should you do?
keep calm and be patient
ride up close behind
put your headlight on full beam
sound your horn and overtake
Question 17 of 50
You are turning left from a main road into a side road. People are already crossing the road into which you are turning. You should
continue, as it is your right of way
signal to them to continue crossing
wait and allow them to cross
sound your horn to warn them of your presence
Question 18 of 50
You have just passed your test. How can you reduce your risk of being involved in a collision?
By always staying close to the vehicle in front
By never going over 40 mph
By staying only in the left-hand lane on all roads
By taking further training
Question 19 of 50
Young and new motorcyclists are involved in more incidents than other motorcyclists. Why is this?
The use borrowed equipment
They lack experience and judgement
They ride in bad weather conditions
They don't maintain their motorcycles
Question 20 of 50
You are riding in fast-flowing traffic. The vehicle behind is following too closely. What should you do?
Slow down gradually to increase the gap in front of you
Slow down as quickly as possible by braking
Accelerate to get away from the vehicle behind you
Apply the brakes sharply to warn the driver behind
Question 21 of 50
Which is the sign for a ring road?
Question 22 of 50
How should you overtake a long, slow-moving vehicle on a busy road?
Follow it closely and keep moving out to see the road ahead
Flash your headlights for the oncoming traffic to give way
Stay behind until the driver waves you past
Keep well back until you can see that it's clear
Question 23 of 50
The road is wet. You're passing a line of queuing traffic and riding on the painted road markings. What should you take particular care in doing?
Carrying a passenger
Checking your mirrors
Question 24 of 50
Riding with the side stand down could cause you to crash. When is this most likely to happen?
When you're going uphill
When you're accelerating
When you're braking
When you're cornering
Question 25 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 26 of 50
What should you do when you're joining a motorway?
Use the hard shoulder
Stop at the end of the acceleration lane
Come to a stop before joining the motorway
Give way to traffic already on the motorway
Question 27 of 50
When may you stop on a motorway?
If you have to read a map
When you are tired and need a rest
If your mobile phone rings
In an emergency or breakdown
Question 28 of 50
On a motorway the amber reflective studs can be found between
the hard shoulder and the carriageway
the acceleration lane and the carriageway
the central reservation and the carriageway
each pair of the lanes
Question 29 of 50
After a breakdown you need to rejoin the main carriageway of a motorway from the hard shoulder. You should
move out onto the carriageway then build up your speed
move out onto the carriageway using your hazard lights
gain speed on the hard shoulder before moving out onto the carriageway
wait on the hard shoulder until someone flashes their headlights at you
Question 30 of 50
What must you do when entering roadworks where a temporary speed limit is displayed?
Obey the speed limit
Obey the limit, but only during rush hour
Ignore the displayed limit
Use your own judgment; the limit is only advisory
Question 31 of 50
You’re waiting at a pelican crossing. What does it mean when the red light changes to flashing amber?
Wait for pedestrians on the crossing to clear
Move off immediately without any hesitation
Wait for the green light before moving off
Get ready and go when the continuous amber light shows
Question 32 of 50
Which lane mustn't you use when you’re riding your motorcycle?
Question 33 of 50
When going straight ahead at a roundabout you should
indicate left before leaving the roundabout
not indicate at any time
indicate right when approaching the roundabout
indicate left when approaching the roundabout
Question 34 of 50
What does this sign mean?
No through road
Telephone box ahead
Question 35 of 50
What does this signal mean?
Cars must stop
Trams must stop
Both trams and cars must stop
Both trams and cars can continue
Question 36 of 50
What should you do when approaching traffic lights where red and amber are showing together?
Pass the lights if the road is clear
Take car because there is a fault with the lights - take care
Wait for the green light before you cross the stop line
Stop because the lights are changing to red
Question 37 of 50
Where would you see these road markings?
At a level crossing
On a motorway slip road
At a pedestrian crossing
On a single-track road
Question 38 of 50
What information would be shown in a triangular road sign?
Question 39 of 50
This sign is of particular importance to motorcyclists. It means
Question 40 of 50
This broken white line painted in the centre of the road means
oncoming vehicles have priority over you
you should give priority to oncoming vehicles
there is a hazard ahead of you
the area is a national speed limit zone
Question 41 of 50
Where would you see this road marking?
At traffic lights
On road humps
Near a level crossing
At a box junction
Question 42 of 50
Why would this temporary speed limit sign be shown?
To warn of the end of the motorway
To warn you of a low bridge
To warn you of a junction ahead
To warn of road works ahead
Question 43 of 50
What does a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) tell DVLA?
That your vehicle is being used on the road but the MOT has expired.
That you no longer own the vehicle.
That your vehicle is not being used on the road.
That you are buying a personal number plate.
Question 44 of 50
What information can be found on a motorcycle’s registration document?
The registered keeper’s name
The type of insurance cover required
Service history details
Date of the MOT
Question 45 of 50
What must you have when you apply to renew your vehicle excise licence?
The chassis number
a valid driving licence
Question 46 of 50
You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash. The rider is injured. When should the helmet be removed?
Only when it is essential
Always straight away
Only when the motorcyclist asks
Always, unless they are in shock
Question 47 of 50
A casualty isn't breathing normally and needs CPR. At what rate should you press down and release on the centre of their chest?
10 times per minute
120 times per minute
60 times per minute
240 times per minute
Question 48 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 49 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
Question 50 of 50
What may you need to adjust when you're carrying a heavy load on your motorcycle?