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Practical Driving Test in UK

Practical Driving Test in UK

Theory Test #1 - Using the Official Theory Test Questions


1On a three-lane motorway which lane should you normally use?

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Left
Right
Centre
Either the right or centre
2What percentage of all emissions does road transport account for?

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10%
20%
30%
40%
3Road humps, chicanes, and road narrowings are

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Always at major road works
Used to increase traffic speed
At toll-bridge approaches only
Traffic calming measures
4What is the most likely cause of high fuel consumption?

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Poor steering control
Accelerating around bends
Staying in high gears
Harsh braking and accelerating
5How can you stop a caravan snaking from side to side?

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Turn the steering wheel slowly to each side
Accelerate to increase your speed
Stop as quickly as you can
Slow down very gradually
6Before you make a U-turn in the road, you should

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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
7If a trailer swerves or snakes when you are towing it you should

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Ease off the accelerator and reduce your speed
Let go of the steering wheel and let it correct itself
Brake hard and hold the pedal down
Increase your speed as quickly as possible
8You must NOT sound your horn

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Between 10 pm and 6 am in a built-up area
At any time in a built-up area
Between 11.30 pm and 7 am in a built-up area
Between 11.30 pm and 6 am on any road
9Which of the following may cause loss of concentration on a long journey?

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Loud music
Arguing with a passenger
Using a mobile phone
Putting in a cassette tape
Stopping to regularly to rest
Pulling up to tune the radio
10To avoid a collision when entering a contraflow system, you should

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Reduce speed in good time
Switch lanes at any time to make progress
Choose an appropriate lane in good time
Keep the correct separation distance
Increase speed to pass through quickly
Follow other motorists closely to avoid long queues
11What is the most common cause of skidding?

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Worn tyres
Driver error
Other vehicles
Pedestrians
12How should you dispose of a used battery?

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Take it to a local authority site
Put it in the dustbin
Break it into pieces
Leave it on wasteland
Take it to a garage
Burn it in a fire
13In which of these situations should you avoid overtaking?

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Just after a bend
In a one-way street
On a 30 mph road
Approaching a dip in the road
14You are planning a long journey. Do you need to plan rest stops?

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Yes, you should plan to stop every half hour
Yes, regular stops help concentration
No, you will be less tired if you get there as soon as possible
No, only fuel stops will be needed
15Catalytic converters are fitted to make the

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Engines produce more power
Exhaust systems easier to replace
Engines run quietly
Exhaust fumes cleaner
16Your mobile phone rings while you are travelling. You should

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Stop immediately
Answer it immediately
Pull up in a suitable place
Pull up at the nearest curb
17You are approaching two cyclists. They approach a roundabout in the left-hand lane. In which direction should you expect the cyclists to go?

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Left
Right
Any direction
Straight ahead
18Motorcyclists will often look round over their right shoulder just before turning right. This is because

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They need to listen for following traffic
Motorcycles do not have mirrors
Look around helps them balance as they turn
They need to check for traffic in their blind area
19Motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable

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When moving off
On dual carriageways
When approaching junctions
On motorways
20Before starting a journey it is wise to plan your route. How can you do this?

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Look at a map
Contact your local garage
Look in your vehicle handbook
Check your vehicle registration document
21Freezing conditions will affect the distance it takes you to come to a stop. You should expect stopping distances to increase by up to

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Two times
Three times
Five times
Ten times
22An MOT certificate is normally valid for

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Three years after the date it was issued
10,000 miles
One year after the date it was issued
30 000 miles
23Overloading your vehicle can seriously affect the

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Gearbox
Steering
Handling
Battery life
Journey time
24Which TWO are badly affected if the tyres are under-inflated?

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Braking
Steering
Changing gear
Parking
25What should you do when overtaking a motorcyclist in strong winds?

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Pass close
Pass quickly
Pass wide
Pass immediately
26You stop for pedestrians waiting to cross at a zebra crossing. They do not start to cross. What should you do?

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Be patient and wait
Sound your horn
Carry on
Wave then to cross
27Why are vehicles fitted with rear fog lights?

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To be seen when driving at high speed
To use if broken down in a dangerous position
To make them more visible in thick fog
To warn drivers following closely to drop back
28You are driving on an icy road. How can you avoid wheelspin?

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Drive at a slow speed in as high gear as possible
Use the handbrake if the wheels start to slip
Brake gently and repeatedly
Drive in a low gear at all times
29You are turning left on a slippery road. The back of your vehicle slides to the right. You should

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Brake firmly and not turn the steering wheel
Steer carefully to the left
Steer carefully to the right
Brake firmly and steer to the left
30When driving in falling snow you should

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Brake firmly and quickly
Be ready to steer sharply
Use sidelights only
Brake gently in plenty of time
31You wish to park facing DOWNHILL. Which TWO of the following should you do?

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Turn the steering wheel towards the kerb
Park close to the bumper of another car
Park with two wheels on the kerb
Put the handbrake on firmly
Turn the steering wheel away from the kerb
32Anti-lock brakes prevent wheels from locking. This means the tyres are less likely to

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Aquaplane
Skid
Puncture
Wear
33A driver does something that upsets you. You should

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Try not to react
Let them know how you feel
Flash your headlights several times
Sound your horn
34You are in a one-way street and want to turn right. You should position yourself

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In the right-hand lane
In the left-hand lane
In either lane, depending on the traffic
Just left of the centre line
35At which type of crossing are cyclists allowed to ride across with pedestrians?

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Toucan
Puffin
Pelican
Zebra
36You think the driver in the vehicle in front has forgotten to cancel their right indicator. You should

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Flash your lights to alert the driver
Sound your horn before overtaking
Overtake on the left if there is room
Stay behind and not overtake
37The fluid level in your battery is low. What should you top it up with?

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Battery acid
Distilled water
Engine oil
Engine coolant
38Why should you always reduce your speed when travelling in fog?

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The brakes do not work as well
You will be dazzled by oncoming headlights
The engine will take longer to warm up
It is more difficult to see events ahead
39You are at the scene of an accident. Someone is suffering from shock. You should

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Reassure then constantly
Offer them a cigarette
Keep them warm
Avoid moving them if possible
Avoid leaving them alone
Give them a warm drink
40You are following a vehicle on a wet road. You should leave a time gap of at least

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One second
Two seconds
Three seconds
Four seconds
41You are waiting to emerge left from a minor road. A large vehicle is approaching from the right. You have time to turn, but you should wait. Why?

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The large vehicle can easily hide an overtaking vehicle
The large vehicle can turn suddenly
The large vehicle is difficult to steer in a straight line
The large vehicle can easily hide vehicles from the left
42You are approaching a pelican crossing. The amber light is flashing. You must

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Give way to pedestrians who are crossing
Encourage pedestrians to cross
Not move until the green light appears
Stop even if the crossing is clear
43You see a vehicle coming towards you on a single-track road. You should

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Go back to the main road
Do an emergency stop
Stop at a passing place
Put on your hazard warning lights
44At a pelican crossing the flashing amber light means you MUST

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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
45How can you tell if you are driving on ice?

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The tyres make a rumbling noise
The tyres make hardly any noise
The steering becomes heavier
The steering becomes lighter
46Braking distances on ice can be

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Twice the normal distance
Give times the normal distance
Seven times the normal distance
Ten times the normal distance
47You are following a slow-moving vehicle on a narrow country road. There is a junction just ahead on the right. What should you do?

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Overtake after checking your mirrors and signalling
Stay behind until you are past the junction
Accelerate quickly to pass before the junction
Slow down and prepare to overtake on the left
48'Tailgating' means

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Using the rear door of a hatchback car
Reversing into a parking space
Following another vehicle too closely
Driving with rear fog lights on
49On very hot weather the road surface can become soft. Which TWO of the following will be most affected?

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The suspension
The grip of the tyres
The braking
The exhaust
50You are driving along a country road. A horse and rider are approaching. What should you do?

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Increase your speed
Sound your horn
Flash your headlights
Drive slowly past
Give plenty of room
Rev your engine




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1You are approaching traffic lights that have been on green for sometime. You should

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Accelerate hard
Maintain your speed
Be ready to stop
Brake hard
2You should never wave people across at pedestrian crossings because

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There may be another vehicle coming
They may not be looking
It is safer for you to carry on
They may not be ready to cross
3You are driving in freezing conditions. What should you do when approaching a sharp bend?

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Slow down before you reach the bend
Gently apply your handbrake
Firmly use your footbrake
Coast into the bend
Avoid sudden steering movements
4Some two-way roads are divided into three lanes. Why are these particularly dangerous?

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Traffic in both directions can use the middle lane to overtake
Traffic can travel faster in poor weather conditions
Traffic can overtake on the left
Traffic uses the middle lane for emergencies only
5Where are you most likely to be affected by a side wind?

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On a narrow country lane
On an open stretch of road
On a busy stretch of road
On a long, straight road
6In windy conditions you need to take extra car when

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Using the brakes
Making a hill start
Turning into a narrow road
Passing pedal cyclists
7A driver's behaviour has upset you. It may help if you

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Stop and take a break
Shout abusive language
Gesture to them with your hand
Follow their car, flashing your headlights
8After passing your driving test, you suffer from ill health. This affects your driving. You MUST

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Inform your local police station
Avoid using motorways
Always drive accompanied
Inform the licensing authority
9You are approaching a crossroads. The traffic lights have failed. What should you do?

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Brake and stop only for large vehicles
Brake sharply to a stop before looking
Be prepared to brake sharply to a stop
Be prepared to stop for any traffic
10You are on a dual carriageway. Ahead you see a vehicle with an amber flashing light. What could this be?

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An ambulance
A fire engine
A doctor on call
A disabled person's vehicle
11Before starting a journey in freezing weather you should clear ice and snow from your vehicle's

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Aerial
Windows
Bumper
Lights
Mirrors
Number plates
12You have driven through a flood. What is the first thing you should do?

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Stop and check the tyres
Stop and dry the brakes
Check your exhaust
Test your brakes
13Supertrams or Light Rapid Transit (LRT) systems are environmentally friendly because

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They use diesel power
They use quieter roads
They use electric power
They do not operate during rush hour
14You are waiting to emerge at a junction. Parked vehicles restrict your view. What can help you to see traffic on the road you are joining?

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Looking for traffic behind you
Reflections of traffic in shop windows
Making eye contact with other road users
Checking for traffic in your interior mirror
15You are turning left into a side road. What hazards should you be especially aware of?

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One-way street
Pedestrians
Traffic congestion
Parked vehicles
16Which of the following vehicles will use blue flashing beacons?

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Motorway maintenance
Bomb disposal
Blood transfusion
Police patrol
Breakdown recovery
17A toucan crossing is different from other crossings because

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Moped riders can use it
A traffic warden controls it
Two flashing lights control it
Cyclists can use it
18An elderly person's driving ability could be affected because they may be unable to

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Obtain car insurance
Understand road signs
React very quickly
Give signals correctly
19In front of you is a class 3 powered vehicle (powered wheeled) driven by a disabled person. These vehicles have a maximum speed of

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8 mph (12 km/h)
18 mph (29 km/h)
28 mph (45 km/h)
38 mph (61 km/h)
20At toucan crossings, apart from pedestrians you should be aware of 

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Emergency vehicles emerging
Buses pulling out
Trams crossing in front
Cyclists riding across
21How can you use the engine of your vehicle to control your speed?

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By changing to a lower gear
By selecting reverse gear
By changing to a higher gear
By selecting neutral
22The aim of an Active Traffic Management scheme on a motorway is to

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Prevent overtaking
Reduce rest stops
Prevent tailgating
Reduce congestion
23In which THREE places would parking cause an obstruction to others?

Near the brow of a hill
In a lay-by
Where the kerb is raised
Where the kerb has been lowered for wheelchairs
At or near a bus stop
24Rapid acceleration and heavy braking can lead to

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Reduced pollution
Increased fuel consumption
Reduced exhaust emissions
Increased road safety
25The most important reason for having a properly adjusted head restraint is to

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Make you more comfortable
Help you to avoid neck injury
Help you to relax
Help you to maintain your driving position
26How can you help to prevent your car radio from being stolen?

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Park in an unlit area
Hide the radio with a blanket
Park near a busy junction
Install a security-coded radio
27Objects hanging from your interior mirror may

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Restrict your view
Improve your driving
Distract your attention
Help your concentration
28You will use more fuel if your tyres are

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Under-inflated
Of different makes
Over-inflated
New and hardly used
29You are parking your car. You have some valuables, which you are unable to take with you. What should you do?

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Park near a police station
Put them under the driver's seat
Lock then out of sight
Park in an unlit side road
30You should only use a mobile phone when

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Receiving a call
Suitably parked
Driving at less than 30 mph
Driving an automatic vehicle
31A long, heavily laden lorry is taking a long time to overtake you. What should you do?

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Speed up
Slow down
Hold you speed
Change direction
32In good conditions, what is the typical stopping distance at 70 mph?

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53 metres (175 feet)
60 metres (197 feet)
73 metres (240 feet)
96 metres (315 feet)
33In areas where there are 'traffic calming' measures you should

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Travel at a reduced speed
Always travel at the speed limit
Position in the centre of the road
Only slow down if pedestrians are near
34You are trying to move off on snow. You should use

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The lowest gear you can
The highest gear you can
A high engine speed
The handbrake and footbrake together
35Planning your journey to avoid busy times has a number of advantages. One of these is

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Your journey will take longer
You will have a more pleasant journey
You will cause more pollution
Your stress levels will be greater
36You are parking on a two-way road at night. The speed limit is 40 mph. You should park on the

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Left with parking lights on
Left with no lights on
Right with parking lights on
Right with dipped headlights on
37You intend to turn right into a side road. Just before turning you should check for motorcyclists who might be

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Overtaking you on the left
Following you closely
Emerging from the side road
Overtaking on your right
38You see a pedestrian with a white stick and red band. This means that the person is

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Physically disabled
Deaf only
Blind only
Deaf and blind
39It is very windy. You are behind a motorcyclist who is overtaking a high-sided vehicle. What should you do?

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Overtake the motorcyclist immediately
Keep well back
Stay level with the motorcyclist
Keep close to the motorcyclist
40When you are moving off from behind a parked car you should

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Look round before you move off
Use all the mirrors on the vehicle
Look round after moving off
Use the exterior mirror only
Give a signal if necessary
Give a signal after moving off
41Which of the following should you do before stopping?

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Sound the horn
Use the mirrors
Select a higher gear
Flash your headlights
42Why are mirrors often slightly curved (convex)?

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They give a wider field of vision
They totally cover blind spots
They make it easier to judge the speed of following traffic
They make following traffic look bigger
43You are on a well-lit motorway at night. You must

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Use only your sidelights
Always use your headlights
Always use your rear fog lights
Use your headlights only in bad weather
44Why are place names printed on the road surface?

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To restrict the flow of traffic
To warn you of oncoming traffic
To enable you to change lanes early
To prevent you changing lanes
45Why could keeping the clutch down or selecting neutral for long periods of time be dangerous?

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Fuel spillage will occur
Engine damage may be caused
You will have less steering and braking control
It will wear tyres out more quickly
46Before overtaking a large vehicle you should keep well back. Why is this?

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To give acceleration space to overtake quickly on blind spots
To get the best view of the road ahead
To leave a gap in case the vehicle stops and rolls back
To offer other drivers a safe gap if they want to overtake you
47On a motorway what is used to reduce traffic bunching?

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Variable speed limits
Contraflow systems
National speed limits
Lane closures
48Which of these is LEAST likely to be affected by crosswinds?

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Cyclists
Motorcyclists
High-sided vehicles
Cars
49You are on a road that has no traffic signs. There are streetlights. What is the speed limit?

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20 mph
30 mph
40 mph
50 mph
50You are away from home and have to park your vehicle overnight. Where should you leave it?

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Opposite another parked vehicle
In a quiet road
Opposite a traffic island
In a secure car park


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  1. Theory Test #3

    1 You are turning right onto a dual carriageway. What should you do before emerging?

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    Stop, apply the handbrake then select a low gear
    Position your vehicle well to the left of the side of the road
    Check that the central reservation is wide enough for your vehicle
    Make sure that you leave enough room for a vehicle behind

    2 When being followed by an ambulance showing a flashing blue beacon you should

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    Pull over as soon as safely possible to let it pass
    Accelerate hard to get away from it
    Maintain your speed and course
    Brake harshly and immediately stop in the road

    3 What is the legal minimum insurance cover you must have to drive on public roads?

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    Third party, fire and theft
    Comprehensive
    Third party only
    Personal injury cover

    4 When emerging from junctions, which is most likely to obstruct your view?

    Mark one answer.

    Windscreen pillars
    Steering wheel
    Interior mirror
    Windscreen wipers

    5 You are approaching an unmarked crossroads. How should you deal with this type of junction?

    Mark one answer.

    Accelerate and keep to the middle
    Slow down and keep to the right
    Accelerate looking to the left
    Slow down and look both ways

    6 You are taking drugs that are likely to affect you driving. What should you do?

    Mark one answer.

    Seek medical advice before driving
    Limit your driving to essential journeys
    Only drive if accompanied by a full licence holder
    Drive only for short distances

    7 The road is icy. You should drive slowly

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    In the highest gear possible
    In the lowest gear possible
    With the handbrake partly on
    With your left foot on the brake

    8 A casualty is not breathing normally. At what rate should chest compressions should be given?

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    50 per minute
    100 per minute
    200 per minute
    250 per minute

    9 You are travelling on a well-lit road at night in a built up area. By using dipped headlights you will be able to

    Mark one answer.

    See further along the road
    Go at a much faster speed
    Switch to main beam quickly
    Be easily seen by others

    10 You are waiting to emerge from a minor road. A large vehicle is approaching from the right. You have time to turn, but you should wait. Why?

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    The large vehicle can easily hide an overtaking vehicle
    The large vehicle can turn suddenly
    The large vehicle is difficult to steer in a straight line
    The large vehicle can easily hide vehicles from the left

    11 You are on a country road. What should you expect to see coming towards you on YOUR side of the road?

    Mark one answer.

    Motorcyclists
    Bicycles
    Pedestrians
    Horse riders

    12 You are travelling in heavy rain. Your overall stopping distance is likely to be

    Mark one answer.

    Doubled
    Halved
    Up to ten times greater
    No different

    13 Using rear fog lights in clear daylight will

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    Be useful when towing a trailer
    Give extra protection
    Dazzle other drivers
    Make following drivers keep back





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  2. 14 Traffic calming measures are used to

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    Stop road rage
    Help overtaking
    Slow traffic down
    Help parking

    15 You should ONLY flash your headlights to other road users

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    To show you are giving way
    To show that you are about to turn
    To tell them that you have right of way
    To let them know that you are there

    16 On a road where trams operate, which of these vehicles will be most at risk from tram rails?

    Mark one answer.

    Cars
    Cycles
    Buses
    Lorries

    17 To correct a rear-wheel skid you should

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    Not steer at all
    Steer away from it
    Steer into it
    Apply your handbrake

    18 A basic rule on motorways is

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    Use the lane that has least traffic
    Keep to the left hand-lane unless overtaking
    Overtake on the side that is clearest
    Try to keep above 50 mph to prevent congestion

    19 What is the safest way to us a mobile phone in you vehicle?

    Mark one answer.

    Use hands-free equipment
    Find a suitable place to stop
    Drive slowly on a quiet road
    Direct your call through the operator

    20 When may you reverse from a side-road into a main road?

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    Only if both roads are clear of traffic
    Not at any time
    At any time
    Only if the main road is clear of traffic

    21 You feel drowsy when driving. You should

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    Stop and rest as soon as possible
    Turn the heater up to keep you warm and comfortable
    Make sure you have a good supply of fresh air
    Continue with your journey but drive more slowly
    Close the car windows to help you concentrate

    22 You MUST obey signs giving orders. These signs are mostly in

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    Green rectangles
    Red Triangles
    Blue rectangles
    Red circles

    23 You need to top up your battery. What level should you fill to?

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    The top of the battery
    Half-way up the battery
    Just below the cell plates
    Just above the cell plates

    24 A police officer asks to see your documents. You do not have them with you. You may be asked to take them to the police station with

    Mark one answer.

    5 days
    7 days
    14 days
    21 days

    25 How should you react to drivers who appear to be inexperienced?

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    Sound your horn and 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

    26 You are following a learner driver who stalls at a junction. You should

    Mark one answer.

    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





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  3. 27 Whilst driving, the fog clears and you can see more clearly. You must remember to

    Mark one answer.

    Switch off the fog lights
    Reduce your speed
    Switch off the demister
    Close any open windows

    28 A horse rider is in the left-hand lane approaching a roundabout. You should expect the rider to

    Mark one answer.

    Go in any direction
    Turn right
    Turn left
    Go ahead

    29 You are towing a caravan. Which is the safest type of rear-view mirror to use?

    Mark one answer.

    Interior wide-angle mirror
    Extended-arm side mirrors
    Ordinary door mirrors
    Ordinary interior mirror

    30 A flashing green beacon on a vehicle means

    Mark one answer.

    Police on non-urgent duties
    Doctor on an emergency call
    Road safety patrol operating
    Gritting in progress

    31 You are driving in heavy traffic on a wet road. Spray makes it difficult to be seen. You should use your

    Mark two answers.

    Full beam headlights
    Rear fog lights if visibility is less than 100 metres (328 feet)
    Rear fog lights is visibility is more than 100 metres (328 feet)
    Dipped headlights
    Side lights only

    32 You are driving along a wet road. How can you tell if your vehicle is aquaplaning?

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    The engine will stall
    The engine noise will increase
    The steering will feel very heavy
    The steering will feel very light

    33 You are on a long, downhill slope. What should you do to help control the speed of your vehicle?

    Mark one answer.

    Select neutral
    Select a lower gear
    Grip the handbrake firmly
    Apply the parking brake gently

    34 What should you use the horn for?

    Mark one answer.

    To alert others to your presence
    To allow you right of way
    To greet other road users
    To signal you annoyance

    35 'Red Routes' in major cities have been introduced to

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    Raise the speed limits
    Help the traffic flow
    Provide better parking
    Allow lorries to load more freely

    36 Anti-lock brakes are most useful when you are

    Mark one answer.

    Braking gently
    Driving on worn tyres
    Braking excessively
    Driving normally

    37 Following a collision someone has suffered a burn. The burn needs to be cooled. What is the shortest time it should be cooled for?

    Mark one answer.

    5 minutes
    10 minutes
    15 minutes
    20 minutes

    38 You are allowed to stop on a motorway when you

    Mark one answer.

    Need to walk and get some fresh air
    Wish to pick up hitchhikers
    Are told to do so by flashing red lights
    Need to use a mobile telephone

    39 You are travelling along the left-hand lane of a three-lane motorway. Traffic is joining from a slip road. You should

    Mark one answer.

    Race the other vehicles
    Move to another lane
    Maintain a steady speed
    Switch on your hazard lights

    40 In which TWO places should you NOT park?

    Mark two answers.

    Near a school entrance
    Near a police station
    In a side road
    At a bus stop
    In a one-way street





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  4. 41 At a crossroads there are no signs or road markings. Two vehicles approach. Which has priority?

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    Neither of the vehicles
    The vehicle travelling the fastest
    Oncoming vehicles turning right
    Vehicles approaching from the right

    42 You have been convicted of driving whilst unfit through drink or drugs. You will find this is likely to cause the cost of one of the following to rise considerably. Which one?

    Mark one answer.

    Road fund licence
    Insurance premiums
    Vehicle test certificate
    Driving licence

    43 You take some cough medicine given to you by a friend. What should you do before driving?

    Mark one answer.

    Ask your friend if taking the medicine affected their driving
    Drink some strong coffee one hour before driving
    Check the label to see if the medicine will affect your driving
    Drive a short distance to see if the medicine is affecting your driving

    44 You may remove your seatbelt when carrying out a manoeuvre that involves

    Mark one answer.

    Reversing
    A hill start
    An emergency stop
    Driving slowly

    45 You must not reverse

    Mark one answer.

    For longer than necessary
    For more than a car's length
    Into a side road
    In built-up areas

    46 It is essential that tyre pressures be checked regularly. When should this be done?

    Mark one answer.

    After any length journey
    After travelling at high speed
    When tyres are hot
    When tyres are cold

    47 When you are NOT sure it is safe to reverse your vehicle you should

    Mark one answer.

    Use your horn
    Rev your engine
    Get out and check
    Reverse slowly

    48 You go to a social event and need to drive a short time afterwards. What precaution should you take?

    Mark one answer.

    Avoid drinking alcohol on an empty stomach
    Drink plenty of coffee after drinking alcohol
    Avoid drinking alcohol completely
    Drink plenty of milk before drinking alcohol

    49 You keep well back while waiting to overtake a large vehicle. A car fills the gap. You should.

    Mark one answer.

    Sound your horn
    Drop further back
    Flash your headlights
    Start to overtake

    50 A driver pulls out of a side road in front of you. You have to brake hard. You should

    Mark one answer.

    Ignore the error and stay calm
    Flash you lights to show your annoyance
    Sound your horn to show your annoyance
    Overtake as soon as possible






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  5. Driving Theory Test #4



    1 You are driving at dusk. You should switch your lights on

    Mark two answers.

    Even when streetlights are not lit
    So others can see you
    Only when others have done so
    Only when streetlights are lit

    2 There has been a collision. A motorcyclist is lying injured and unconscious. Unless it's essentially why should you usually NOT attempt to remove their helmet?

    Mark one answer.

    Because they may not want you to
    This could result in more serious injury
    They will get too cold if you do this
    Because you could scratch the helmet

    3 You engine catches fire what should you do first?

    Mark one answer.

    Lift the bonnet and disconnect the battery
    Lift the bonnet and warn other traffic
    Call a breakdown service
    Call the fire brigade

    4 To drive on the road learners MUST

    Mark one answer.

    Have no penalty points on their licence
    Have taken professional instruction
    Have a signed, valid provisional licence
    Apply for a driving test within 12 months

    5 Any load that is carried on a roof rack should be

    Mark one answer.

    Securely fastened when driving
    Loaded towards the rear of the vehicle
    Visible in your exterior mirror
    Covered with plastic sheeting

    6 You are driving down a long steep hill. You suddenly notice that your brakes are not working as well as normal. What is the usual cause of this?

    Mark one answer.

    The brakes overheating
    Air in the brake fluid
    Oil on the brakes
    Badly adjusted

    7 You are signalling to turn right in busy traffic. How would you confirm your intention safely?

    Mark one answer.

    Sound the horn
    Give an arm signal
    Flash your headlights
    Position over the centre line

    8 When you apply to renew your vehicle Excise Duty (tax disc) you must have

    Mark one answer.

    Valid insurance
    The old tax disc
    The handbook
    A valid driving licence

    9 Car passengers MUST wear a seat belt if one is available, unless they are

    Mark one answer.

    In a vehicle fitted with airbags
    Travelling within a congestion charging zone
    Sitting in the rear seat
    Exempt for medical reasons

    10 At an incident it is important to look after any casualties. When the area is safe you should

    Mark one answer.

    Get them out of the vehicle
    Give them a drink
    Give them something to eat
    Keep them in the vehicle

    11 New drivers can take further training after passing the practical driving test. A Pass Plus course will help to

    Mark two answers.

    Improve your basic skills
    Widen your experience
    Increase your insurance premiums
    Get cheaper road tax

    12 Vehicle excise duty is often called 'Road Tax' or 'The Tax Disc'. You must

    Mark one answer.

    Keep it with your registration document
    Display it clearly on your vehicle
    Keep it concealed safely in your vehicle
    Carry it on you at all times

    13 Using a hands-free phone is likely to

    Mark one answer.

    Improve your safety
    Increase your concentration
    Reduce your view
    Divert your attention

    14 You are driving through a tunnel. There has been a collision and the car in front is on fire and blocking the road. What should you do?

    Mark one answer.

    Overtake and continue as quickly as you can
    Lock all the doors and windows
    Switch on the hazard warning lights
    Stop and then reverse out of the tunnel

    15 You are approaching a pelican crossing. The amber light is flashing. You must

    Mark one answer.

    Give way to pedestrians who are crossing
    Encourage pedestrians to cross
    Not move until the green light appears
    Stop even if the crossing is clear




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  6. 16 You have a collision whilst your car is moving. What is the FIRST thing you must do?

    Mark one answer.

    Stop only if someone waves at you
    Call the emergency services
    Stop at the scene of the accident
    Call your insurance company

    17 You are most likely to lose concentration when driving if you

    Mark two answers.

    Use a mobile phone
    Listen to very loud music
    Switch on the heated rear window
    Look at the door mirrors

    18 When driving through a tunnel you should

    Mark one answer.

    Look out for variable message signs
    Use your air conditioning system
    Switch on your rear fog lights
    Always use your windscreen wipers

    19 You are in a line of traffic. The driver behind you is following very closely. What action should you take?

    Mark one answer.

    Ignore the following driver and continue to travel within the speed limit
    Slow down, gradually increasing the gap between you and the vehicle in front
    Signal left and wave the following driver past
    Move over to a position just left of the centre line of the road

    20 At an incident a casualty has stopped breathing. You should

    Mark two answers.

    Remove anything that is blocking the mouth
    Keep the head tilted forward as far as possible
    Raise the legs to help with circulation
    Try to give the casualty something to drink
    Tilt the head back gently to clear the airway

    21 Motorcars must first have an MOT certificate when they are

    Mark one answer.

    One year old
    Three years old
    Five years old
    Seven years old

    22 You are carrying a child in your car. They are under three years of age. Which of these is a suitable restraint?

    Mark one answer.

    A child seat
    An adult holding a child
    An adult seat belt
    An adult lap belt

    23 A trailer must stay securely hitched up to the towing vehicle. What additional safety device can be fitted to the trailer braking system?

    Mark one answer.

    Stabiliser
    Jockey wheel
    Corner steadies
    Breakaway cable

    24 For which of these must you show on your motor insurance certificate?

    Mark one answer.

    When you are taking your driving test
    When buying or selling a vehicle
    When a police office asks for it
    When having an MOT inspection

    25 A newly qualified driver must

    Mark one answer.

    Display green L-Plates
    Not exceed 40 mph for 12 months
    Be accompanied on a motorway
    Have valid motor insurance

    26 Are passengers allowed to ride in a caravan that is being towed?

    Mark one answer.

    Yes, if they are over fourteen
    No, not at any time
    Only if all the seats in the towing vehicle are full
    Only if a stabiliser is fitted

    27 You wish to make a right turn ahead. Why should you take up the correct position in good time?

    Mark one answer.

    To allow other drivers to pull out in front of you
    To give a better view into the road that you are joining
    To help other road users know what you intend to do
    To allow other drivers to pass you on the right

    28 There is a police car following you. The police officer flashes the headlights and points to the left. What should you do?

    Mark one answer.

    Turn left at the next junction
    Pull up on the left
    Stop immediately
    Move over to the left

    29 You are parked in a busy high street. What is the safest way to turn your vehicle around so you can go the opposite way?

    Mark one answer.

    Find a quiet side road to turn around in
    Drive into a side road and reverse into the main road
    Get someone to stop the traffic
    Do a U-turn

    30 Your tyre bursts whilst you are driving. Which TWO things should you do?

    Mark two answers.

    Pull on the handbrake
    Brake as quickly as possible
    Pull up slowly at the side of the road
    Hold the steering wheel firmly to keep control
    Continue on at a normal pace




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  7. 31 To help keep your vehicle secure at night where should you park?

    Mark one answer.

    Near a police station
    In a quiet road
    On a red route
    In a well-lit area

    32 Your vehicle has broken down on an automatic railway level crossing. What should you do FIRST?

    Mark one answer.

    Get everyone out of the vehicle and clear of the crossing
    Telephone your vehicle recovery service to move it
    Walk along the track to give warning to any approaching trains
    Try to push the vehicle clear of the crossing as soon as possible

    33 What does the term 'blind spot' mean for a driver?

    Mark one answer.

    An area covered by your right-hand mirror
    An area not covered by your headlights
    An area covered by your left-hand mirror
    An area not covered by your mirrors

    34 When going straight ahead at a roundabout you should

    Mark one answer.

    Indicate left before leaving the roundabout
    Not indicate at any time
    Indicate right when approaching the roundabout
    Indicate left when approaching the roundabout

    35 A cycle lane is marked by a solid white line. You must not drive or park in it

    Mark one answer.

    At any time
    During the rush hour
    If a cyclist is using it
    During its period of operation

    36 Signals are normally given by direction indicators and

    Mark one answer.

    Brake lights
    Sidelights
    Fog lights
    Interior lights

    37 When may you use hazard warning lights?

    Mark one answer.

    To park alongside another car
    To park on double yellow lines
    When you are being towed
    When you have broken down

    38 Where may you overtake on a one-way street?

    Mark one answer.

    Only on the left-hand side
    Overtaking is not allowed
    Only on the right-hand side
    Either on the right or the left

    39 Why should you make sure your indicators are cancelled after turning?

    Mark one answer.

    To avoid flattening the battery
    To avoid misleading other road users
    To avoid damage to the indicator relay
    To avoid dazzling other road users

    40 At a puffin crossing, which colour follows the green signal?

    Mark one answer.

    Steady red
    Flashing amber
    Steady amber
    Flashing green





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  8. 41 When MUST you use dipped headlights during the day?

    Mark one answer.

    All the time
    Along narrow streets
    In poor visibility
    When parking

    42 You lose your way on a busy road. What is the best action to take?

    Mark one answer.

    Stop at traffic lights and ask pedestrians
    Shout to other drivers to ask them the way
    Turn into a side road, stop and check a map
    Check a map, and keep going with the traffic flow

    43 You are driving past parked cars. You notice a bicycle wheel sticking out between them. What should you do?

    Mark one answer.

    Accelerate past quickly and sound your horn
    Slow down and wave the cyclist across
    Brake sharply and flash your headlights
    Slow down and be prepared to stop for a cyclist

    44 Where should you take particular care to look out for motorcyclists and cyclists?

    Mark one answer.

    On dual carriageways
    At junctions
    At zebra crossings
    On one-way streets

    45 Which of the following types of glasses should NOT be worn when driving at night?

    Mark one answer.

    Half-moon
    Round
    Bi-focal
    Tinted

    46 You have too much oil in your engine. What could this cause?

    Mark one answer.

    Low oil pressure
    Engine overheating
    Chain wear
    Oil leaks

    47 You are carrying a child using a rear-facing baby seat. You want to put it on the front passenger seat. What MUST you do before setting off?

    Mark one answer.

    Deactivate all front and rear airbags
    Make sure any front passenger airbag is deactivated
    Make sure all the child safety locks are off
    Recline the front passenger seat

    48 You are travelling at the legal speed limit. A vehicle comes up quickly behind, flashing its headlights. You should

    Mark one answer.

    Accelerate to make a gap behind you
    Touch the brakes sharply to show your brake lights
    Maintain your speed to prevent the vehicle from overtaking
    Allow the vehicle to overtake

    49 Which vehicle may have to use a different course to normal at roundabouts?

    Mark one answer.

    Sports car
    Van
    Estate car
    Long vehicle

    50 You are driving in busy traffic. You want to pull up on the left just after a junction on the left. When should you signal?

    Mark one answer.

    As you are passing or just after the junction
    Just before you reach the junction
    Well before you reach the junction
    It would be better not to signal at all





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  9. DVLA Speed Limits and Stopping Distances Theory Test


    1 What is the braking distance when travelling at 30mph?

    14 metres
    19 metres
    25 metres
    30 metres

    2 How long would it take you to stop at 60mph in good dry conditions?

    60 metres
    65 metres
    70 metres
    73 metres

    3 How would the rain or a wet road surface affect your stopping distance?

    Double
    Treble
    Quadruple
    Ten times greater

    4 You are towing a small caravan on a dual carriageway. You must not exceed

    30 mph
    40 mph
    50 mph
    60 mph

    5 How long would it take to stop at 50mph in good dry conditions?

    53 metres
    62 metres
    68 metres
    70 metres

    6 How long would it take you to stop at 70 mph in good dry conditions?

    87 metres
    96 metres
    102 metres
    109 metres

    7 What is the speed limit in a built up area?

    30 mph
    40 mph
    50 mph
    60 mph

    8 What is the speed limit on an unrestricted single carriageway?

    30 mph
    40 mph
    50 mph
    60 mph
    70 mph

    9 How long would it take you to stop at 20 mph in good dry conditions?

    10 metres
    12 metres
    18 metres
    21 metres

    10 How long would it take you to stop at 30 mph in good dry conditions?

    18 metres
    23 metres
    32 metres
    37 metres





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  10. 11 What is the speed limit on an unrestricted dual carriageway?

    50 mph
    60 mph
    70 mph
    80 mph

    12 What is the speed limit in a built up area when towing a trailer or caravan?

    20 mph
    30 mph
    40 mph
    50 mph

    13 What is the speed limit on a motorway whilst towing a trailer or caravan?

    40 mph
    50 mph
    60 mph
    70 mph

    14 How long would it take you to stop at 40 mph in good dry conditions?

    28 metres
    32 metres
    36 metres
    41 metres

    15 How would snow or ice affect your stopping distance?

    Double it
    Treble it
    Make it 5 times greater
    Make it 10 times greater

    16 Stopping distances are made up from thinking distance plus braking distance. For every 10 mph of speed what is your thinking distance?

    2 metres
    3 metres
    4 metres
    5 metres

    17 Overall stopping distance is made up of thinking and braking distance. You are on a good, dry road surface with good brakes and tyres. What is the typical BRAKING distance at 50 mph?

    14 metres (46 feet)
    24 metres (80 feet)
    38 metres (125 feet)
    55 metres (180 feet)

    18 Overall stopping distance will be much longer when driving

    In the rain
    In fog
    At Night
    In strong winds

    19 Powered vehicles, such as wheelchairs or scooters, used by disabled people have a maximum speed of

    8 mph
    12 mph
    16 mph
    20 mph

    20 What is the meaning of this sign?

    Local speed limit applies
    No waiting on the carriageway
    National speed limit applies
    No speed limit applies

    21 There are no speed limit signs on the road. How is a 30 mph speed limit indicated?

    By hazard warning lines
    By street lighting
    By pedestrian islands
    By double or single yellow lines




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