1) You are overtaking a motorcyclist in strong winds.
What should you do?
A - Allow extra room
B - Give a thank you wave
C - Move back early
D - Sound your horn
2) You are approaching a roundabout. There are horses just ahead of you. What should you do?
A - sound your horn as a warning
B - treat them like any other vehicle
C - give them plenty of room
D - accelerate past as quickly as possible
3) Who is legally responsible for ensuring that a Vehicle Registration Certificate (V5C) is updated?
A - The registered vehicle keeper
B - The vehicle manufacturer
C - Your insurance company
D - The licensing authority
4) What does this sign mean?
A - Give way to oncoming vehicles
B - Approaching traffic passes you on both sides
C - Turn off at the next available junction
D - Pass either side to get to the same destination
5) There has been a collision. A driver is suffering from shock.
What TWO of these should you do?
2 answers required
A - Give them a drink
B - Reassure them
C - Not leave them alone
D - Offer them a cigarette
E - Ask who caused the incident
6) What percentage of all emissions does road transport account for?
A - 10%
B - 20%
C - 30%
D - 40%
7) What should you use your horn for?
A - To alert others to your presence
B - To allow you right of way
C - T o greet other road users
D - To signal your annoyance
8) It is essential that tyre pressures are checked regularly.
When should this be done?
A - After any lengthy journey
B - After travelling at high speed
C - When tyres are hot
D - When tyres are cold
9) You are following two cyclists. They approach a roundabout in the left-hand lane.
In which direction should you expect the cyclists to go?
A - Left
B - Right
C - Any direction
D - Straight ahead
10) You have stopped at the scene of an incident where there are casualties. What should you do to help while waiting for the emergency services to arrive?
A - Keep injured people warm and comfortable
B - Clear debris from the road
C - Keep injured people on the move by walking them around
D - Give injured people a warm drink
11) You are approaching a busy junction. There are several lanes with road markings. At the last moment you realise that you are in the wrong lane.
A - continue in that lane
B - force your way across
C - stop until the area has cleared
D - use clear arm signals to cut across
12) You must notify the licensing authority when
3 answers required
A - your health affects your riding
B - your eyesight does not meet a set standard
C - you intend lending your motorcycle
D - your motorcycle requires an MOT certificate
E - you change your motorcycle
13) You are driving along a wet road. How can you tell if your vehicle's tyres are losing their grip on the surface?
A - The engine will stall
B - The steering will feel very heavy
C - The engine noise will increase
D - The steering will feel very light
14) What does this sign mean?
A - No parking
B - No road markings
C - No through road
D - No entry
15) You are travelling in very heavy rain.
Your overall stopping distance is likely to be
A - doubled
B - halved
C - up to ten times greater
D - no different
16) You are dazzled at night by a vehicle behind you.
A - set your mirror to anti-dazzle
B - set your mirror to dazzle the other driver
C - brake sharply to a stop
D - switch your rear lights on and off
17) You are following a vehicle on a wet road.
You should leave a time gap of at least
A - one second
B - two seconds
C - three seconds
D - four seconds
18) You suspect that an injured person may be suffering from shock.
What are the warning signs to look for?
A - Warm dry skin
B - Sweating
C - Slow pulse
D - Skin rash
19) What does this sign mean?
A - Humpback bridge
B - Humps in the road
C - Entrance to tunnel
D - Soft verges
20) You are driving down a long steep hill. You suddenly notice your brakes are not working as well as normal.
What is the usual cause of this?
A - The brakes overheating
B - Air in the brake fluid
C - Oil on the brakes
D - Badly adjusted brakes
21) You are on a motorway at night. You MUST have your headlights switched on unless
A - there are vehicles close in front of you
B - you are travelling below 50 mph
C - the motorway is lit
D - your vehicle is broken down on the hard shoulder
22) You are driving on a motorway. The traffic ahead is braking sharply because of an incident.
How could you warn traffic behind you?
A - Briefly use the hazard warning lights
B - Switch on the hazard warning lights continuously
C - Briefly use the rear fog lights
D - Switch on the headlights continuously
23) Why have 'red routes' been introduced in major cities?
A - To raise the speed limits
B - To help the traffic flow
C - To provide better parking
D - To allow lorries to load more freely
24) How can you use the engine of your vehicle to control your speed?
A - By changing to a lower gear
B - By selecting reverse gear
C - By changing to a higher gear
D - By selecting neutral
25) What restrictions apply on a Motorway to new drivers holding a provisional driving licence?
A - They can not drive over 30 mph
B - They can not drive at night
C - They can not drive unaccompanied
D - They can not drive with more than one passenger
26) Powered vehicles used by disabled people are small and hard to see.
How do they give early warning when on a dual carriageway?
A - They will have a flashing red light
B - They will have a flashing green light
C - They will have a flashing blue light
D - They will have a flashing amber light
27) You must have valid insurance before you can
A - make a SORN declaration
B - buy or sell a vehicle
C - apply for a driving licence
D - apply for Vehicle tax (Road Tax)
28) At an incident a casualty is unconscious but still breathing.
You should only move them if
A - an ambulance is on its way
B - bystanders advise you to
C - there is further danger
D - bystanders will help you to
29) A trailer must stay securely hitched up to the towing vehicle.
What additional safety device can be fitted to the trailer braking system?
A - Stabiliser
B - Jockey wheel
C - Corner steadies
D - Breakaway cable
30) You keep well back while waiting to overtake a large vehicle. A car fills the gap.
A - sound your horn
B - drop back further
C - flash your headlights
D - start to overtake
31) Which vehicle is most likely to take an unusual course at a roundabout?
A - Estate car
B - Milk float
C - Delivery van
D - Long lorry
32) You find that you need glasses to read vehicle number plates at the required distance. When must you wear them?
A - Only in bad weather conditions
B - At all times when driving
C - Only when you think it's necessary
D - Only in bad light or at night time
33) When emerging from junctions, which is most likely to obstruct your view?
A - Windscreen pillars
B - Steering wheel
C - Interior mirror
D - Windscreen wipers
34) You are towing a trailer on a motorway. What is your maximum speed limit?
A - 40 mph
B - 50 mph
C - 60 mph
D - 70 mph
35) You are planning to tow a caravan.
Which of these will mostly help to aid the vehicle handling?
A - A jockey wheel fitted to the towbar
B - Power steering fitted to the towing vehicle
C - Anti-lock brakes fitted to the towing vehicle
D - A stabiliser fitted to the towbar
36) You have been driving in thick fog which has now cleared.
You must switch OFF your rear fog lights because
A - they use a lot of power from the battery
B - they make your brake lights less clear
C - they will cause dazzle in your rear view mirrors
D - they may not be properly adjusted
37) You are driving down a steep hill. Why could keeping the clutch down or rolling in neutral for too long be dangerous?
A - Fuel consumption will be higher
B - Your vehicle will pick up speed
C - It will damage the engine
D - It will wear tyres out more quickly
38) Which THREE of these do you need before you can use a vehicle on the road legally?
3 answers required
A - A valid driving licence
B - A valid vehicle tax
C - Proof of your identity
D - Proper insurance cover
E - Breakdown cover
F - A vehicle handbook
39) By how much can stopping distances increase in icy conditions?
A - Two times
B - Three times
C - Five times
D - Ten times
40) You arrive at an incident where someone is suffering from severe burns.
A - apply lotions to the injury
B - burst any blisters
C - remove anything stuck to the burns
D - douse the burns with clean cool non-toxic liquid
41) When should you use hazard warning lights?
A - When you slow down quickly on a motorway because of a hazard ahead
B - When you leave your car at the roadside to visit a shop
C - When you wish to stop on double yellow lines
D - When you need to park on the pavement
42) When driving in fog, which THREE of these are correct?
3 answers required
A - Use dipped headlights
B - Position close to the centre line
C - Allow more time for your journey
D - Keep close to the car in front
E - Slow down
F - Use side lights only
43) Are passengers allowed to ride in a caravan that is being towed?
A - Yes, if they are over fourteen
B - No, not at any time
C - Only if all the seats in the towing vehicle are full
D - Only if a stabiliser is fitted
44) Which vehicles are prohibited from using the motorway?
A - Powered mobility scooters
B - Motorcycles over 50 cc
C - Double-deck buses
D - Cars with automatic transmission
45) What does this sign mean?
A - Waiting restrictions apply
B - Waiting permitted
C - National speed limit applies
D - Clearway (no stopping)
46) You are on a dual carriageway. Ahead you see a vehicle with an amber flashing light.
What could this be?
A - An ambulance
B - A fire engine
C - A doctor on call
D - A disabled person's vehicle
47) You have just passed your test.
How can you reduce your risk of being involved in a collision?
A - By always staying close to the vehicle in front
B - By never going over 40 mph
C - By staying only in the left-hand lane on all roads
D - By taking further training
48) What does this sign mean?
A - No overtaking
B - No motor vehicles
C - Clearway (no stopping)
D - Cars and motorcycles only
49) You are driving in heavy traffic on a wet road. Spray makes it difficult to be seen.
You should use your
2 answers required
A - full beam headlights
B - rear fog lights if visibility is less than 100 metres (328 feet)
C - rear fog lights if visibility is more than 100 metres (328 feet)
D - dipped headlights
E - sidelights only
50) Which vehicle will use a blue flashing beacon?
A - Motorway maintenance
B - Bomb disposal
C - Snow plough
D - Breakdown recovery
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