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1. When turning your car • Overhang the kerb Check all around for other road users
1.1 in the road, you must: • Use an available
(Mark one answer) driveway
• Check all around for
other road users
• Keep your hand on the
handbrake
1. Before making a U - • Give another signal as Look over your shoulder for final check
1.2 turn in the road, you well as using your
MC should always: indicators
(Mark one answer) • Signal so that other
drivers can slow down
• Look over your shoulder
for final confirmation
• Select a higher gear than
normal
1. As a driver what do • An area covered by your An area not seen in your mirrors
1.3 you understand by the right hand mirror
MC term 'Blind Spot'? • An area not covered by
(Mark one answer) your headlights
• An area covered by your
left hand mirror
• An area not seen in your
mirrors
1. Objects or articles • Restrict your view Restrict your view
1.4 hanging from your • Improve your driving Distract your attention
interior mirror may • Distract your attention
(Mark two answers) • Help your concentration
1. When driving you are • Use a mobile phone Use a mobile phone
1.5 most likely to lose • Listen to very loud music Listen to very loud music
concentration if you • Switch on the heated
(Mark two answers) rear window
• Look at the door mirrors
1. When driving, which • Using a mobile phone Using a mobile phone
1.6 four are most likely to • Talking into a Talking into a microphone
cause you to lose microphone Tuning your car radio
concentration (Mark • Tuning your car radio Looking at a map
four answers) • Looking at a map
• Checking the mirrors
• Using the demisters
1. What does the • Mirror, signal, Mirror, signal, manoeuvre
1.7 abbreviation MSM manoeuvre
mean? • Manoeuvre, signal,
(Mark one answer) mirror
• Mirror, speed,
manoeuvre
• Manoeuvre, speed,
mirror
1. You are driving on a • Apply the handbrake and Keep both hands on the wheel
1.8 wet road and you have footbrake together
to stop your vehicle in • Keep both hands on the
an emergency. You wheel
should: • Select reverse gear
(Mark one answer) • Give an arm signal
1. When following a large • It allows you to corner It allows the driver to see you in the mirror
1.9 vehicle you should more quickly
MC stay well back • It helps the large vehicle
because (Mark one to stop more easily
answer) • It allows the driver to see
you in the mirror
• It helps you to keep out
of the wind
1. In which of these • Just after a bend Approaching a dip in the road
1.10 following situations • In a one-way street
MC should you avoid • On a 30 mph road
overtaking? (Mark one • Approaching a dip in the
answer) road
1. Which of the following • Loud music Loud music
1.11 may cause distraction • Arguing with a passenger Arguing with a passenger
on a long journey? • Using a mobile phone Using a mobile phone
(Mark four answers) • Putting in a cassette Putting in a cassette tape/ CD
tape/ CD
• Stopping regularly to rest
• Pulling up to tune the
radio
1. You should not use a • Until you are satisfied Because it might distract your attention from
1.12 mobile phone whilst that no other traffic is the road ahead
driving (Mark one near
answer) • Unless you are able to
drive one handed
• Because it might distract
your attention from the
road ahead
• Because reception is
poor when the engine is
running
1. Your vehicle is fitted • Is quite safe as long as Could distract your attention from the road
1.13 with a hands-free you slow down
phone system. Using • Could distract your
this equipment whilst attention from the road
driving • Is recommended by The
(Mark one answer) Highway Code
• Could be very good for
road safety
1. Using a hands-free • Improve your safety Divert your attention
1.14 phone is likely to • Increase your
(Mark one answer) concentration
• Reduce your view
• Divert your attention
1. Using a mobile phone • Is acceptable in a vehicle Could distract your attention from the road
1.15 while you are driving with power steering
(Mark one answer) • Will reduce your field of
vision
• Could distract your
attention from the road
• Will affect your vehicle’
1. The white arrow in the • Slow down
1.16 diagram means that • Turn right
MC you should not plan to • Overtake
(Mark one answer) • Turn left

Overtake
1. The road marking in • Drivers to use the hard
1.17 the diagram warns shoulder
MC (Mark one answer) • Overtaking drivers there
is a bend to the left
• Overtaking drivers to
move back to the left
• Drivers that it is safe to
overtake

Overtaking drivers to move back to the left


1. You are driving along • Slowly, sounding the
1.18 a narrow country road. horn as you pass
When passing the • Quickly, leaving plenty of
cyclist you should room
drive (Mark one • Slowly, leaving plenty of
answer) room
• Quickly, sounding the
horn as you pass

Slowly, leaving plenty of room


1. To answer your mobile • Reduce your speed Stop in a proper and convenient place
1.19 phone when driving, wherever you are
you should: (Mark one • Stop in a proper and
answer) convenient place
• Keep the call time to a
minimum
• Slow down and allow
others to overtake
1. You want to use a • After stopping in a After stopping in a suitable place
1.20 mobile phone whilst suitable place
MC driving the car. You • When driving on a quiet,
should only use the minor roads
phone: (Mark one • If you are driving on a
answer) motorway
• If you feel your driving
will be unaffected
1. You should ONLY use • Receiving a call Suitably parked
1.21 a mobile or cellular • Suitably parked
phone when: (Mark • Driving at less than 30
one answer) mph
• Driving an automatic
vehicle
1. What is the safest way • Use hands-free Find a suitable place to stop
1.22 to use a mobile phone equipment
in a car? (Mark one • Find a suitable place to
answer) stop
• Drive slowly on a quiet
road
• Direct your call thought
the operator
1. Why should you be • Because reception is
1.23 parked before using a better when stopped
mobile phone? (Mark • So control of your vehicle
one answer) is not affected
• So a proper conversation
can be held
• Because the car electrics
will be affected

So control of your vehicle is not affected


1. You are driving in the • Slow down or stop Slow down or stop
1.24 dark and are dazzled • Close your eyes
by the headlights of an • Flash your headlights
oncoming car. You • Pull down the sun visor
should
(Mark one answer)
1. You are driving at • Even when street lights Even when street lights are not lit
1.25 dusk. Your lights are not lit So others can see you
should be switched on • So others can see you
(Mark two answers) • Only when others have
done so
• Only when street lights
are lit
1. To overtake safely, • Check the speed and Check the speed and position of following
1.26 which one of the position of following traffic
following applies? traffic
(Mark one answer) • Cut back in sharply when
you have passed the
vehicle
• Get in close behind
before to move out
• Steer round the vehicle
sharply

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1. A pelican crossing that • One crossing in daylight One complete crossing
2.1 crosses the road in a only
MC STRAIGHT line and • One complete crossing
has a central traffic • Two separate crossings
island MUST be • Two crossings during
treated as: (Mark one darkness
answer)
1. When at a pelican • Stop and wait for the Stop and wait for the red light
2.2 crossing the amber green lights
MC light means you MUST • Stop and wait for the red
(Mark one answer) light
• Give way to pedestrians
waiting to cross
• Give way to pedestrians
already on the crossing
1. You are approaching a • Give way to pedestrians Stop even if the crossing is clear
2.3 pelican crossing. The who are crossing
MC amber light is showing. • Encourage pedestrians
You MUST: (Mark one to cross
answer) • Not move until the green
light appears
• Stop even if the crossing
is clear
1. You are approaching a • Give way to elderly and Slow down and prepare to stop
2.4 zebra crossing. infirm only
MC Pedestrians are • Slow down and prepare
waiting to cross. You to stop
should: (Mark one • Use your headlights to
answer) indicate they can cross
• Wave at them to cross
the road
1. You have stopped at a • Wait until they have Wait until they have crossed
2.5 pedestrian (zebra) crossed
crossing to allow • Edge your vehicle
pedestrians to cross. forward slowly
You should: (Mark one • Wait, revving your engine
answer) • Signal to pedestrians to
cross
1. You should never • There may be another There may be another vehicle coming
2.6 wave or urge people vehicle coming
across at pedestrian • They may not be looking
crossing because • It is safer for you to carry
(Mark one answer) on
• They may not be ready
to cross
1. At Pedestrian (zebra) • Rev your engine to Always leave it clear in traffic queues
2.7 crossing you should.. encourage pedestrians to
(Mark one answer) cross quickly
• Park only on the zigzag
lines on the left
• Always leave it clear in
traffic queues
• Wave pedestrians to
cross if you intend to wait
for them
1. You stopped for • Be patient and wait Be patient and wait
2.8 pedestrians waiting to • Sound your horn
cross at a zebra • Drive on
crossing. They did not • Wave them to cross
start to cross. What
should you do? (Mark
one answer)
1. You may use the 'Two- • Before restarting the To keep a safe gap from the vehicle in front
2.9 Second Rule' (Mark engine after it has stalled
MC one answer) • To keep a safe gap from
the vehicle in front
• Before using the ‘Mirror –
Signal – manoeuvre’
routine
• When emerging on wet
roads
1. A two - second gap • Wet Good
2.10 between yourself and • Good
the car in front is • Damp
usually sufficient when • Foggy
conditions are: (Mark
one answer)
1. In fast moving traffic a • Dry Dry
2.11 two-second gap may • Wet
be enough only when • Damp
conditions are: (Mark • Foggy
one answer)
1. 'Tailgating' usually • Using the rear door of a Following another vehicle too closely
2.12 means (Mark one hatchback car
MC answer) • Reversing into a parking
space
• Following another vehicle
too closely
• Driving with rear fog
lights on
1. You are driving on a • Full beam headlight Dipped headlights
2.13 clear night. There is a • Sidelights
steady stream of • Dipped headlights
oncoming cars. The • Fog lights
national speed limit
applies. Which lights
should you use? (Mark
one answer)
1. Following this vehicle • Your brakes will overheat
2.14 too closely is unwise • Your view ahead is
MC because: (Mark two increased
answers) • Your engine will overheat
• Your view ahead is
reduced
• The driver cannot see
you in his mirrors

Your view ahead is reduced


The driver cannot see you in his mirrors
1. You are following this • Give you a good view of
2.15 lorry or truck. You the road ahead
should keep well back • Stop following traffic from
from it to: (Mark one rushing through the
answer) junction
• Prevent traffic behind
you from overtaking
• Allow you to hurry
through the traffic lights if
they change
Give you a good view of the road ahead
1. You are driving behind • Slow down and let the Slow down and let the vehicle turn
2.16 a large vehicle. It vehicle turn
signals left but steers • Drive on, keeping to the
to the right. You left
should: (Mark one • Overtake on the right of it
answer) • Hold your speed and
sound your horn
1. You are following a • One second Four seconds
2.17 vehicle on a wet and • Two seconds
MC slippery road. You • Three seconds
should leave a time • Four seconds
gap of at least (Mark
one answer)
1. You are driving along • Accelerate to get closer
2.18 this road. The red van to the red van
cuts in close in front of • Give a long blast on the
you. What should you horn
do? (Mark one • Drop back to leave the
answer) correct separation
distance
• Flash your headlights
several times

Drop back to leave the correct separation


distance
1. You are in a line of • Ignore the following Slow down, gradually increasing the gap
2.19 traffic. The driver driver and continue to between you and the vehicle in front
MC behind you is following drive within the speed
very closely. What limit
action should you • Slow down, gradually
take? (Mark one increasing the gap
answer) 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
1. You are driving at the • Accelerate to make a Allow the vehicle to overtake
2.20 legal speed limit. A gap behind you
MC vehicle comes up • Touch the brakes to
quickly behind, show your brake lights
flashing its headlights. • Maintain your speed to
You should: (Mark one prevent the vehicle from
answer) overtaking
• Allow the vehicle to
overtake
1. You are waiting in a • Apply the handbrake only Apply the handbrake only
2.21 traffic queue at night. • Apply the footbrake only
To avoid dazzling the • Switch off your
drivers behind, you headlights
should: (Mark one • Use both the handbrake
answer) and footbrake
1. When are you • Between midnight and 6 At no time
2.22 permitted to exceed am
the maximum speed • At no time
limit? (Mark one • When overtaking
answer) • When the road is clear
1. You are driving at the • No, unless it is safe to do No, not at any time
2.23 legal speed limit. A so
vehicle behind tries to • Yes, because the other
overtake. Should you driver is acting
try to prevent the dangerously
driver overtaking? • No, not at any time
(Mark one answer) • Yes, because the other
driver is breaking the law
1. You are driving in • Move closer to the car Keep a steady course and allow the driver
2.24 traffic at the speed ahead, so the driver behind to overtake
limit for the road. The behind has no room to
driver behind is going overtake
to overtake. You • Wave the driver behind
should: (Mark one to overtake when it is
answer) safe
• Keep a steady course
and allow the driver
behind to overtake
• Accelerate to get away
from the driver behind
1. You are driving at • Flash your headlights Use dipped beam headlights
2.25 night on an dark, unlit • Use dipped beam
road following a slower headlights
moving vehicle. You • Switch off you headlights
should: (Mark one • Use full beam headlights
answer)
1. A long, heavy lorry is • Speed up Slow down
2.26 taking a long time to • Slow down
MC overtake. What should • Hold your speed
you do? (Mark one • Change direction
answer)
1. You are driving a slow- • Keep well out to stop Pull in safely when you can, to let following
2.27 moving car on a vehicles overtaking vehicles overtake
narrow winding road. dangerously
You should (Mark one • Wave following vehicles
answer) past you if you think they
can overtake quickly
• Pull in safely when you
can, to let following
vehicles overtake
• Give a left signal when it
is safe for vehicles to
overtake you
1. You are driving a slow- • Take no action Pull in safely as soon as you can do so
2.28 moving car on a • Put your hazard warning
narrow road. When lights on
traffic wishes to • Stop immediately and
overtake you should wave it on
(Mark one answer) • Pull in safely as soon as
you can do so
1. You are driving a slow- • Wave to them to pass Pull in safely when you can
2.29 moving car on a • Pull in safely when you
narrow winding road. can
In order to let other • Show a left turn signal
vehicles overtake you • Keep left and hold your
should (Mark one speed
answer)
1. Which of the following • Motorway maintenance Ambulance
2.30 cars will use blue • Ambulance Police patrol
MC flashing beacons? • Police patrol
(Mark two answers) • Breakdown recovery
• Doctor on call
1. When being followed • Pull over as soon as Pull over as soon as safely possible to let it
2.31 by an ambulance safely possible to let it pass
MC showing a flashing pass
blue light you should: • Accelerate fast to get
(Mark one answer) away from it
• Maintain your speed and
course
• Brake harshly and
immediately stop in the
road
1. A bus has stopped at a • Flash your headlights
2.32 bus stop ahead of you. and slow down
MC Its right-hand indicator • Slow down and give way
is flashing. You should if it is safe to do so
(Mark one answer) • Sound your horn and
keep going
• Slow down and then
sound your horn

Slow down and give way if it is safe to do so


1. You should ONLY • To show that you are To let them know that you are there
2.33 flash your headlights giving way
MC to other roads users: • To show that you are
(Mark one answer) about to reverse
• To tell the that you have
right of way
• To let them know that
you are there
1. Why should you use • To alert others to your To alert others to your presence
2.34 your horn? (Mark one presence
MC answer) • To allow you right of way
• To greet other road users
• To signal your
annoyance
1. A car pulls out in front • Swerve past it and blow Slow down and be ready to stop
2.35 of you at a junction. your horn
What should you do? • Flash your headlights
(Mark one answer) and drive up close
behind
• Slow down and be ready
to stop
• Accelerate past it
immediately
1. You are in a one-way • In the right-hand lane Just left of the centre line
2.36 street and want to turn • In the left-hand lane
MC right. You should place • In either lane, depending
yourself (Mark one on the traffic
answer) • Just left of the centre line
1. You wish to turn right • To allow other drivers to To help other road users know what you intend
2.37 ahead. Why should pull out in front of you to do
MC you take up the proper • To give a better view into
position in good time? the road that you’re
(Mark one answer) joining
• To help other road users
know what you intend to
do
• To allow drivers to pass
you on the right
1. You are driving along • Increase your speed Drive slowly past
2.38 a narrow country road. • Sound your horn Give plenty of room
A horse and rider are • Flash your headlights
approaching. What • Drive slowly past
should you do? (Mark • Give plenty of room
two answers) • Rev your engine
1. When you are • Sound your horn as a Go past slowly and carefully
2.39 overtaking a horse and warning
rider you should: (Mark • Go past as quickly as
one answer) possible
• Flash your headlights as
a warning
• Go past slowly and
carefully
1. Which of the following • Motorcycles Motorcycles
2.40 are at greatest risk • Lorry drivers
from other road users? • Learner car drivers
(Mark one answer) • Busy bus drivers
1. When should you give • At all times in order to At all times in order to alert other road
2.41 signals? (Mark two alert other road users, users, including pedestrians, of your intended
answer) including pedestrians, of actions.
your intended actions.
• To give you priority over After checking it is safe to do so, before
other traffic when changing course or direction, turning to the left
changing lanes or before or right, stopping or moving off.
pulling out.
• After checking it is safe
to do so, before changing
course or direction,
turning to the left or right,
stopping or moving off.
• In traffic only during the
hours of darkness or in
bad weather.
• Only when joining a dual
carriageway from a slip
road so you don’t have to
give way.
1. Which of the following • Driving too close to the Driving too close to the vehicle in front creating
2.42 statements relates to vehicle in front creating a a hazardous situation in that if it had to stop
'Tailgating' (Mark one hazardous situation in suddenly, you will be unable to avoid a
answer) that if it had to stop collision.
suddenly, you will be
unable to avoid a
collision.
• Driving so close and in
such a way that you bully
and intimidate the vehicle
in front to force it to
speed up or get out of
your way.
• Swerving from lane to
lane and getting as close
to the vehicle in front so
you get to your
destination faster. Park
too close to the tail-
liftplatform of a truck.
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1. Which of these, if • Antifreeze level Brake fluid level
3.1 allowed to get low, is • Brake fluid level
MC dangerous? (Mark one • Battery water level
answer) • Radiator coolant level
1. Which FOUR of these • Temperature gauge Indicators
3.2 MUST be in good • Indicators Brakes
working order for your • Brakes Exhaust system
car to be safe and • Exhaust system Lights
roadworthy? (Mark • Oil warning light
four answers) • Lights
• Air conditioner
• Spare wheel
1. New petrol-engined • Control exhaust noise Reduce harmful exhaust emissions
3.3 cars have to be fitted levels
with catalytic • Prolong the life of the
converters. The exhaust system
reason for this is to… • Allow the exhaust system
(Mark one answer) to be recycled
• Reduce harmful exhaust
emissions
1. Which TWO are • Braking Braking
3.4 adversely affected if • Steering Steering
MC the tyres are under- • Changing gear
inflated? (Mark two • Parking
answers)
1. What can cause heavy • Driving on mud Under-inflated tyres
3.5 or difficult steering? • Badly worn brakes
(Mark one answer) • Over-inflated tyres
• Under-inflated tyres
1. Your car is fitted with • Lighter Lighter
3.6 power assisted • Heavier
steering. This will • Quieter
make the steering • Noisier
seem (Mark one
answer)
1. It is important that tyre • After any lengthy journey When tyres are cold
3.7 pressures are regularly • After driving at high
MC checked. When should speed
this be done? (Mark • When tyres are hot
one answer) • When tyres are cold
1. It is very important that • Every time the vehicle is Once a week
3.8 tyre pressures are serviced
correct. They should • Once a week
be checked at least • Once a month
(Mark one answer) • Every time the vehicle
has a VRT test
1. Driving with under- • Engine temperatures Fuel consumption
3.9 inflated (low) tyres can • Fuel consumption Braking
affect (Mark two • Braking
answers) • Oil pressure
1. A police officer orders • The previous owner You, the driver
3.10 you to stop and he • Whoever services the car
finds you have a faulty • You, the driver
tyre. Who is • Whoever issued the VRT
responsible for the certificate
tyre? (Mark one
answer)
1. The legal minimum • 1mm 1.6mm
3.11 depth of tread for car • 1.6mm
tyres over three • 2.5mm
quarters of its breadth • 4mm
is: (Mark one answer)
1. Excessive or uneven • Gearbox Braking system
3.12 wear in one or more • Braking system Suspension
tyres can be caused • Suspension
by faults in the: (Mark • Exhaust system
two answers)
1. There is vibration on • Doors are closed Wheels are balanced
3.13 your steering wheel as • Wheels are balanced Wheels are secure
you drive at certain • Exhaust is not loose
speeds. You should • Engine oil level is correct
check that the: (Mark • Wheels are secure
two answers)
1. Your vehicle pulls to • Change the tyres around Have the fault checked by a competent
3.14 one side when braking • Have the fault checked mechanic as soon as possible
heavily. You should by a competent
(Mark one answer) mechanic as soon as
possible
• Pump the pedal when
braking and steer in
opposite direction
• Use your handbrake at
the same time
1. The main cause of • The brakes overheating The brakes overheating
3.15 brake pedal fade is: • Air in brake fluid
(Mark one answer) • Oil in the brakes
• The brakes out of
adjustment
1. Your anti-lock brakes • Check the brake fluid Have the brakes checked immediately
3.16 warning light stays on. • Check the footbrake free
You should: (Mark one play
answer) • Check that the
handbrake is released
• Have the brakes checked
immediately
1. If you notice a strong • Not worry, as it is only Stop at a suitable place and investigate the
3.17 smell of petrol as you exhaust fumes problem
are driving along you • Carry on at a reduced
should (Mark one speed
answer) • Expect it to stop in a few
miles
• Stop at a suitable place
and investigate the
problem
1. When MUST you use • All the time In poor visibility
3.18 dipped lights during • Along narrow streets
MC the day? (Mark one • In poor visibility
answer) • When parking
1. When may you use • To park alongside When you have broken down in traffic
3.19 hazard lights? (Mark another car
one answer) • To park on double
yellows lines
• When you are being
towed
• When you have broken
down in traffic
1. Hazard lights should • Broken down and Broken down and causing an obstruction
3.20 be used when vehicles causing an obstruction
are: (Mark one • Faulty and moving slowly
answer) • Being towed along a
road
• Reversing into a side
road
1. A properly adjusted • Make you more Help you to avoid neck injury
3.21 head rest will: (Mark comfortable
one answer) • Help you to avoid neck
injury
• Help you to relax
• Help you to maintain
your driving position
1. What will reduce the • An air-sprung seat A properly adjusted head restraint
3.22 risk of neck injury • Anti-lock brakes
resulting from a car • A collapsible steering
collision? (Mark one wheel
answer) • A properly adjusted head
restraint
1. How can you, as a • By reducing your speed By reducing your speed
3.23 vehicle driver, help the • By gentile acceleration By gentile acceleration
environment? (Mark • By using leaded fuel By servicing your vehicle properly
three answers) • By driving faster
• By harsh acceleration
• By servicing your vehicle
properly
1. To reduce harming • Having your vehicle Having your vehicle properly serviced
3.24 the environment, you properly serviced Making sure your tyres are correctly inflated
can avoid wasting fuel • Making sure your tyres Not over-revving in the lower gears
by (Mark three are correctly inflated
answers) • Not over-revving in the
lower gears
• Driving at higher speeds
where possible
• Keeping an empty roof
rack properly fitted
1. Why do VRT tests • To recover the cost of To help protect the environment against
3.25 include an exhaust expensive garage pollution
emission test? (Mark equipment
one answer) • To help protect the
environment against
pollution
• To discover which fuel
supplier is used the most
• To make sure diesel and
petrol engines emit the
same fumes
1. As a road user, which • Cycle or walk when ever Cycle or walk when ever possible
3.26 THREE can you do to possible Have your vehicle properly tuned and serviced
help the environment? • Drive on under-inflated Watch the traffic and plan ahead
(Mark three answers) tyres
• Use the choke for as
long as possible on a
cold engine
• Have your vehicle
properly tuned and
serviced
• Watch the traffic and
plan ahead
• Brake as late as possible
without skidding
1. Motor vehicles can • Air pollution Air pollution
3.27 harm the environment • Damage to buildings Damage to buildings
MC resulting in (Mark three • Reduced health risks Using up natural resources
answers) • Improved public transport
• Less use of electric
vehicles
• Using up natural
resources
1. To reduce the damage • Use narrow side streets Avoid harsh acceleration
3.28 your vehicle causes to • Avoid harsh acceleration Brake in good time
the environment you • Brake in good time Anticipate well ahead
should: (Mark three • Anticipate well ahead
answers) • Use busy routes
1. You will help your • Reduce the tyre pressure Walk or cycle when you can
3.29 environment if you: • Drive continually using
(Mark one answer) full choke
• Accelerate and brake
sharply
• Walk or cycle when you
can
1. To help the • Remove your roof rack Use your car for very short journeys
3.30 environment you when unloaded
should NOT: (Mark • Use your car for very
one answer) short journeys
• Walk, cycle, or use public
transport
• Empty the boot of
unnecessary weight
1. Excessive or uneven • The gearbox The braking system
3.31 wear on the tyres can • The braking system Wheel alignment
MC be caused by faults in • The accelerator The suspension
which three? (Mark • The exhaust system
three answers) • Wheel alignment
• The suspension
1. You are testing the • Worn tyres Worn shock absorbers
3.32 suspension of your • Tyres under-inflated
car. You notice that • Steering wheel not
your vehicle keeps located centrally
bouncing when you • Worn shock absorbers
press down on the
front wing. What does
this mean? (Mark one
answer)
1. Which of the following • Reducing your road Reducing your road speed
3.33 will reduce fuel speed Planning well ahead
consumption? (Mark • Planning well ahead
two answers) • Late and harsh braking
• Driving in lower gears
• Short journeys with a
cold engine
• Rapid acceleration
1. Which THREE of the • Reduce your speed Carrying unnecessary weight
3.34 following are most • Carrying unnecessary Under-inflated tyres
likely to increase fuel weight A fitted, empty roof rack
consumption? (Mark • Using the wrong grade of
three answers) fuel
• Under-inflated tyres
• Using different brands of
fuel
• A fitted, empty roof rack
1. The filler cap on your • Waste fuel and money Waste fuel and money
3.35 diesel fuel tank is • Make roads slippery for Make roads slippery for others road users
loose. This will: (Mark others road users
two answers) • Improve your vehicle’s
fuel consumption
• Increase the level of
exhaust emissions
1. To avoid spilling after • Your tank is only ¾ full Your filler cap is securely fastened
3.36 refueling, you should • You have used a locking
make sure that: (Mark filler cap
one answer) • You check your fuel
gauge is working
• Your filler cap is securely
fastened
1. Care should be taken • Sticky Slippery
3.37 when refueling with • Odourless
diesel, because when • Clear
split it is (Mark one • Slippery
answer)
1. You should NOT • Between 10 pm and 6 Between 11.00 and 6 am in a built-up area
3.38 sound your horn (Mark am in a built-up area
MC one answer) • At any time in a built-up
area
• Between 11.30 pm and 7
am in a built-up area
• Between 11.00 and 6 am
in a built-up area
1. If you cannot see • Open your window to Ask someone to guide you
3.39 clearly behind when look behind
reversing, what should • Open the door and look
you do? (Mark one behind
answer) • Look in the nearside
mirror
• Ask someone to guide
you
1. What will cause high • Poor steering control Harsh braking and accelerating
3.40 consumption of fuel? • Accelerating around
(Mark one answer) bends
• Driving in high bends
• Harsh braking and
accelerating
1. A properly serviced car • Lower insurance Better fuel economy
3.41 will give (Mark two premiums Cleaner exhaust emissions
answers) • You a refund on your
road tax
• Better fuel economy
• Cleaner exhaust
emissions
1. When a roof rack is • It will affect the It will waste fuel
3.42 not in use it should be suspension
removed. Why? (Mark • It is illegal
one answer) • It will affect your braking
• It will waste fuel
1. A roof rack that is fitted • Reduce fuel consumption Increase fuel consumption
3.43 to your car will: (Mark • Improve the road
one answer) handling
• Make your car go faster
• Increase fuel
consumption
1. To reduce the volume • Use public transport Use public transport more often
3.44 of cars on the roads more often Share a car when possible
you could: (Mark three • Share a car when Walk or cycle on short journeys
answers) possible
• Walk or cycle on short
journeys
• Travel by car at all times
• Use a car with a smaller
engine
1. In some residential • 50 kph 35 kph
3.45 roads you will find a • 60 kph
MC speed limit of: (Mark • 35 kph
one answer) • 40 kph
1. Road humps, • Always at major road Traffic calming measures
3.46 chicanes, and works
MC narrowing are: (Mark • Used to increase traffic
one answer) speed
• At toll-bridge approaches
only
• Traffic calming measures
1. You enter a road • Maintain a reduced
3.47 where there are road speed throughout
MC humps. You should… • Accelerate quickly
(Mark one answer) between each one
• Always keep to the
maximum legal speed
• Drive slowly at school
times only

Maintain a reduced speed throughout


1. For which TWO of • When slowing down to When slowing down to warn other drivers
3.48 these should you use warn other drivers behind behind of a hazard ahead
hazard-warning lights? of a hazard ahead When your vehicle has broken down and is
(Mark two answers) • When you are double causing an obstruction
parked on a two-way
road
• When your direction
indicators are not
working
• When warning oncoming
traffic that you intend to
stop
• When your vehicle has
broken down and is
causing an obstruction
1. If daytime visibility is • Headlights and fog lights Dipped headlights
3.49 poor but not seriously • Front fog lights
reduced, you should • Dipped headlights
switch on: • Rear fog lights
(Mark one answer)

Ref Question Possible Answers Correct Answer(s)


1. If your car is fitted with • Brake normally and avoid Press the brake pedal rapidly and firmly until
4.1 anti-lock brakes, and turning the steering you have stopped
you need to stop in an wheel
emergency. You • Press the brake pedal
should: (Mark one rapidly and firmly until
answer) you have stopped
• Keep pushing and
releasing the foot brake
quickly to prevent
skidding
• Apply the handbrake to
reduce the stopping
distance
1. Anti-lock brakes • Driving down steep hills Breaking in an emergency
4.2 reduce the chances of • Breaking during normal
a skid occurring driving
particularly when: • Breaking in an
(Mark one answer) emergency
• Driving on good road
surfaces
1. Vehicles fitted with an • Are impossible to skid Can be steered while you are braking
4.3 anti-lock brake system • Can be steered while you
(Mark one answer) are braking
• Accelerate much faster
• Are not fitted with a
handbrake
1. Anti-lock brakes may • Dry Loose
4.4 not work as effectively • Loose Wet
as you expect if the • Wet
road surface is: (Mark • Good
two answers) • Firm
1. If you are on good, dry • 23 metres (75 feet) 23 metres (75 feet)
4.5 road surface and your • 36 metres (118 feet)
vehicle has good • 53 metres (174 feet)
brakes and tyres, what • 96 metres (315 feet0
is the overall stopping
distance at 48 kph?
(Mark one answer)
1. Braking hard at a high • More stable Unstable
4.6 speed on a sharp bend • Unstable
can make your vehicle • Stall
(Mark one answer) • Corner safely
1. When driving in fog, • Use dipped headlights Use dipped headlights
4.7 which of the following • Use headlights on full Allow more time for your journey
MC measures are correct? beam Slow down
(Mark three answers) • Allow more time for your
journey
• Keep close to the car in
front
• Slow down
• Use side lights only
1. 'Only a fool breaks the • The time recommended The separation distance when riding in good
4.8 Two-Second Rule' when using the choke conditions
refers to: (Mark one • The separation distance
answer) when riding in good
conditions
• Restarting a stalled
engine in busy traffic
• The time you should
keep your foot down at a
junction
1. You are on a fast, • A two-second time gap A two-second time gap
4.9 open road and driving • One car length
in good conditions. For • 2 metre (6 feet 6 inches)
safety, the distance • Two car lengths
between you and the
vehicle in front should
be: (Mark one answer)
1. The 'two-second rule' • Keep a safe distance Keep a safe distance from the car in front
4.10 allows you to: (Mark from the car in front
MC one answer) • Keep the correct
distance from the kerb
• Check your blind spot
• Check your mirrors
1. Your overall stopping • In the rain In the rain
4.11 distance will be longer • In fog
MC when driving: (Mark • At night
one answer) • In strong winds
1. What is the most • Worn tyres Driver error
4.12 common reason a car • Driver error
skids? (Mark one • Other vehicles
answer) • Pedestrians
1. When braking hard in • Front wheels Front wheels
4.13 a straight line, most of • Rear wheels
the weight of the • Left wheels
vehicle will shift onto • Right wheels
the (Mark one answer)
1. You are driving in • Steer towards the side of Ease off the accelerator
4.14 heavy rain. Your the road
steering suddenly • Apply gentle acceleration
becomes very light. • Brake firmly to reduce
You should (Mark one speed
answer) • Ease off the accelerator
1. You have driven your • Stop and check the tyres Test your brakes
4.15 car through a flood. • Stop and dry the brakes
MC What is the first thing • Switch on your
you should do? (Mark windscreen wipers
one answer) • Test your brakes
1. The main cause of • The weather The driver
4.16 skidding is: (Mark one • The driver
answer) • The vehicle
• The road
1. You are turning left on • Brake firmly and not turn Steer carefully to the right
4.17 a slippery road. The the steering wheel
back of your vehicle • Steer carefully to the left
slides to the right. You • Steer carefully to the
should: (Mark one right
answer) • Brake firmly and steer to
the left
1. Your vehicle does not • Quickly pull up the Release the footbrake fully
4.18 have anti-lock brakes. handbrake
If you are braking on a • Release the footbrake
wet road and your fully
vehicle begins to skid. • Push harder on the brake
What is the FIRST pedal
thing you should do? • Gently use the
(Mark one answer) accelerator
1. Coasting the car: • Improves the driver’s Reduces the driver’s control
4.19 (Mark one answer) control
• Makes steering easier
• Reduces the driver’s
control
• Uses more fuel
1. If you are at a junction • Creep forward, looking to Creep forward, looking both ways
4.20 with limited visibility, the right
you should: (Mark one • Creep forward, looking to
answer) the left
• Creep forward, looking
both ways
• Be ready to move off
quickly
1. In very hot weather the • The suspension The steering
4.21 road surface can get • The steering The braking
MC soft. Which TWO of • The braking
the following will be • The windscreen
affected most?
(Mark two answers)
1. Your indicators may be • Give an arm signal as Give an arm signal as well as using your
4.22 difficult to see in bright well as using your indicator
MC sunlight. What should indicator
you do? (Mark one • Touch the brake several
answer) times to show the stop
lamp(s)
• Turn as quickly as you
can
1. You are about to go • Select a high gear and Select a low gear and use the brakes carefully
4.23 down a steep hill. To use the brakes carefully
control the speed of • Select a high gear and
your car you should: use the brakes firmly
(Mark one answer) • Select a low gear and
use the brakes carefully
• Select a low gear and
avoid using the brakes
1. You are on a long, • Select neutral Select a lower gear
4.24 downhill slope. What • Select a lower gear
should you do to help • Grip the handbrake firmly
control the speed of • Apply the parking brake
your car? (Mark one gently
answer)
1. How can you use the • By changing to a lower By changing to a lower gear
4.25 engine of your vehicle gear
as a brake? (Mark one • By selecting reverse gear
answer) • By changing to a higher
gear
• By selecting neutral gear
1. You wish to park • Turn the steering wheel Turn the steering wheel towards the kerb
4.26 facing DOWNHILL. towards the kerb Put the handbrake on firmly
Which TWO of the • Park close to the bumper
following should you of another car
do? (Mark two • Park with two wheels on
answers) the kerb
• Put the handbrake on
firmly
• Turn the steering wheel
away from the kerb
1. You are driving in a • Move across to the left-
4.27 built-up residential hand side of the road
area. You should: • Wait for any pedestrians
(Mark one answers) to cross
• Slow your vehicle right
down
• Stop and check both
pavements

Slow your vehicle right down


1. When approaching a • To improve your view of To improve your view of the road
4.28 right-hand bend you the road
MC should keep well to the • To overcome the effect
left. Why this? (Mark of the road’s slope
one answer) • To let faster traffic from
behind overtake
• To be positioned safely if
the vehicle skids
1. You are approaching a • Keep well to the left as it Keep well to the left for a better view around
4.29 right-hand bend. You makes the bend faster the bend
should: (Mark one • Keep well to the left for a
answer) better view around the
bend
• Keep well to the right to
avoid anything in the
gutter
• Keep well to the right to
make the bend less
sharp
1. You should not • Intending to turn left Intending to turn left shortly afterwards
4.30 overtake when you: shortly afterwards Approaching a junction
MC (Mark three answers) • In a one-way street The view ahead is blocked
• Approaching a junction
• Driving up a long hill
• The view ahead is
blocked
1. When should you use • During any time of the When visibility is considerably reduced
4.31 front and rear fog day or night to make sure because of fog.
lights? (Mark one that other road users see
answer) me.
• When going through
tunnels.
• When the road is unlit by
street lamps or they are
not working.
• When it is raining and
just in case the roads are
slippery.
• When visibility is
considerably reduced
because of fog.

Ref Question Possible Answers Correct Answer(s)


1. You see this sign • Go steeply downhill
5.1 ahead. You should • Go steeply downhill
MC expect the road to: • Bend sharply to the left
(Mark one answer) • Bend sharply to the right
Bend sharply to the left
1. When must you stop at • During rush hours only
5.2 this junction? • Only when the area is
MC (Mark one answer) busy
• When turning right only
• At all times

At all times
1. A driver can only read • All the time when driving All the time when driving
5.3 a number plate at the • Only when driving long
MC required distance with distances
glasses on. The • Only when reversing
glasses should be • Only in poor visibility
worn:
(Mark one answer)
1. You are about to drive • Drive home slowly, Find a way of getting home without driving
5.4 home. You cannot find keeping to quite roads
MC the glasses you need • Borrow a friend’s glasses
to wear when driving. and drive home
You should: • Drive home at night
(Mark one answer) • Find a way of getting
home without driving
1. You MUST wear • You are the holder of an You cannot read a vehicle number plate from
5.5 glasses or contact orange badge distance of 20.5 meters (67 feet) without them
lenses when driving on • You cannot read a
public roads if: vehicle number plate
(Mark one answer) from a distance of 36
meters (120 feet) without
them
• There is an eyesight
problem in your family
• You cannot read a
vehicle number plate
from distance of 20.5
meters (67 feet) without
them
1. Which THREE result • Less control Less control
5.6 from drinking alcohol • A false sense of A false sense of confidence
MC and driving? confidence Poor judgment of speed
(Mark three answers) • Faster reactions
• Poor judgment of speed
• Greater awareness of
danger
1. Which THREE of • Reduce co-ordination Reduce co-ordination
5.7 these are likely effects • Increase confidence Increase confidence
MC of drinking alcohol on • Poor judgment Poor judgment
driving? • Increase concentration
(Mark three answers) • Faster reactions
• Colour blindness
1. Drinking any amount • Slow down your Slow down your reactions to hazards
5.8 of alcohol is likely to: reactions to hazards Worsen your judgment of speed
MC (Mark three answers) • Increase the speed of Give a false sense of confidence
your reactions
• Worsen your judgment of
speed
• Improve your awareness
of danger
• Give a false sense of
confidence
1. You are invited to a • Avoid mixing your Not drink any alcohol at all
5.9 pub lunch. You know alcoholic drinks
that you will have to • Not drink any alcohol at
drive in the evening. all
What is your best • Have some milk before
course of action? drinking alcohol
(Mark one answer) • Eat a hot meal with your
alcohol drinks
1. What else can • Drugs Drugs
5.10 seriously affect your • Tiredness Tiredness
concentration when • Tinted windows Loud music
driving, other than • Contact lenses
alcoholic drinks? • Loud music
(Mark three answers)
1. How does alcohol • It speeds up your It reduces your concentration
5.11 affect your driving? reactions
(Mark one answer) • It increases your
awareness
• It improves your co-
ordination
• It reduces your
concentration
1. After drinking alcohol • You may still be over the You may still be over the legal limit
5.12 heavily you should not legal limit Your concentration may still be badly affected
drive the following day. • Your concentration will
Why is this? not be badly affected
(Mark two answers) • You will be well under
the legal limit
• Your concentration may
still be badly affected
1. What advice should • Have a strong cup of Go home by public transport
5.13 you give to a driver coffee and then drive
who has had a few home
alcoholic drinks at a • Drive home carefully and
party? slowly
(Mark one answer) • Go home by public
transport
• Wait a short while and
then drive home
1. You go to a social • Avoid drinking alcohol on Avoid drinking alcohol completely
5.14 event and need to an empty stomach
drive a short time after. • Drink plenty of coffee
What precautions after drinking alcohol
should you take? • Avoid drinking alcohol
(Mark one answer) completely
• Drink plenty of milk
before drinking alcohol
1. It is eight hours since • You will certainly be You may still be unfit to drive
5.15 you last had an under the legal limit You may still be over the legal limit
alcoholic drink. Which • You will have no alcohol
of the following in your system
applies? • You may still be unfit to
(Mark two answers) drive
• You may still be over the
legal limit
1. Your doctor has given • Drugs make you a better Some types of medicine can cause your
5.16 you a course of driver by quickening your reactions to slow down
MC medicine. Why should reactions
you ask if it is OK to • You will have to let your
drive? insurance company know
(Mark one answer) about the medicine
• Some types of medicine
can cause your reactions
to slow down
• The medicine you take
may affect your hearing
1. You have been taking • If your journey is After checking with your doctor
5.17 medicine for a few necessary
days, which made you • At night on quiet roads
feel drowsy. Today • If someone goes with
you feel better but still you
need to take the • After checking with your
medicine. You should doctor
only drive:
(Mark one answer)
1. You become ill. A • Drive only if someone is Not drive yourself
5.18 doctor prescribes with you
drugs, which are likely • Not drive yourself
to affect your driving. • Never drive at more than
You should: 30 kph
(Mark one answer)
1. During periods of • See your doctor each Be medically fit to drive
5.19 illness your ability to time before you drive Not drive after taking certain medicines
drive may be impaired. • Only take smaller doses
You MUST: of any medicines
(Mark two answers) • Be medically fit to drive
• Not drive after taking
certain medicines
• Take all your medicines
with you when you drive
1. You are not sure if • Ask your doctor Ask your doctor
5.20 your cough medicine • Check the medicine label Check the medicine label
MC will affect your driving. • Drive if you feel alright
What TWO things • Ask a friend or relative
could you do? for advice
(Mark two answers)
1. You are taking drugs • Seek medical advice Seek medical advice before driving
5.21 that are likely to affect before driving
your driving. What • Limit your driving to
should you do? essential journeys
(Mark one answer) • Only drive if
accompanied by a full
licence-holder
• Drive only for short
distances
1. If you are feeling tired • Increase your speed to Ensure a supply of fresh air
5.22 it is best to stop as find a stopping place
soon as you can. Until quickly
then you should: • Ensure a supply of fresh
(Mark one answer) air
• Gently tap the steering
wheel
• Keep changing speed to
improve concentration
1. Your reaction will be • If tired If tired
5.23 much slower when • In fog
driving: • Too quickly
(Mark one answer) • In rain
1. Which THREE are • Looking at road maps Looking at road maps
5.24 likely to make you lose • Listening to loud music Listening to loud music
concentration while • Using your windscreen Using a mobile phone
driving? washers
(Mark three answers) • Looking in your wing
mirror
• Using a mobile phone
1. A correct seating • Rest your head against Comfortably reach the pedals
5.25 position will enable the head restraint Have good visibility through the windows
you to: • Comfortably reach the Have a suitable grip on the steering wheel
(Mark three answers) pedals
• Have good visibility
through the windows
• Talk to all your
passengers
• Have a suitable grip on
the steering wheel
• Rest your hand on the
gear lever
1. A driver pulls out of a • Ignore the error and stay Ignore the error and stay calm
5.26 side road in front of calm
MC you. You have to • Flash your lights to show
brake hard. You your annoyance
should • Sound your horn to show
(Mark one answer) your annoyance
• Overtake as soon as
possible
1. A car driver pulls out • Keep calm and not Keep calm and not retaliate
5.27 causing you to brake. retaliate
You should: • Overtake and sound your
(Mark one answer) horn
• Drive close behind and
sound your horn
• Flag the driver down and
explain the mistake
1. Another driver does • Try not to react Try not to react
5.28 something that upsets • Let them know how you
you. You should: feel
(Mark one answer) • Flash your headlights
several times
• Sound your horn
1. An elderly person’s • Obtain car insurance React very quickly
5.29 driving ability could be • Understand road signs
MC affected because they • React very quickly
may be unable to: • Give signals correctly
(Mark one answer)
1. You take the wrong • Reverse out of the road Continue to the end of the one-way street
5.30 route and find you are • Turn around and drive
well into a one-way against the one-way
street. You should: • Continue to the end of
(Mark one answer) the one-way street
1. What is the maximum • Breath alcohol level of 25 Breath alcohol level of 35 mcg/100ml or blood
5.31 permissible alcohol mcg/100ml or blood alcohol level of 80mg/100ml.
level above which, a alcohol level of
driver must not drive? 70mg/100ml.
(Mark one answer) • Breath alcohol level of 35
mcg/100ml or blood
alcohol level of
80mg/100ml.
• Breath alcohol level of 45
mg/100ml or blood
alcohol level of
90mm/100ml.
• Breath alcohol level of 20
mg/100ml or blood
alcohol level of
60mm/100ml.
Ref Question Possible Answers Correct Answer(s)
1. You are driving on a • Motorcycles Pedestrians
6.1 quiet country road. • Bicycles
What should you • Pedestrians
expect to see coming • Horse riders
towards you on YOUR
side of the road?
(Mark one answer)
1. Which sign means that
6.2 there may be people
MC walking along the
road? (Mark one
answer)

1. What does the sign • Pedestrian crossing No pedestrians


6.3 mean? • Pedestrians in the road
(Mark one answer) ahead
• No pedestrians
• Route for pedestrians

1. You are turning left • Wave them on Wait for them to cross
6.4 into a side road but • Sound your horn
MC find that people are • Switch on your hazard
crossing in the side lights
road. You must: (Mark • Wait for them to cross
one answer)
1. You are turning left at • Go on, giving them Give way to them
6.5 a junction. Pedestrians plenty of room
have suddenly started • Stop and wave at them
to cross the road. You to cross
should: (Mark one • Blow your horn and
answer) proceed
• Give way to them
1. You want to reverse • Look through the rear Get out and check
6.6 into a side road. You window only
are not sure that the • Get out and check
area behind your car is • Check the mirrors only
clear. What should you • Carry on, assuming it is
do?(Mark one answer) clear
1. You are about to • Wave to the pedestrian Give way to the pedestrian
6.7 reverse into a side to stop
road and a pedestrian • Give way to the
wishes to cross behind pedestrian
you. You should: • Wave to the pedestrian
(Mark one answer) to cross
• Reverse before the
pedestrian starts to cross
1. Who is especially in • Motorcyclists Children
6.8 danger of not being • Car drivers
seen as you reverse • Cyclists
your car? (Mark one) • Children
1. You intend to turn right • Overtaking on your left Overtaking on your right
6.9 into a side road. Just • Following you closely
before turning you • Emerging from the side
should check for road
motorcyclists who may • Overtaking on your right
be: (Mark one answer)
1. You want to turn from • Move out quickly, but be Stop, then move slowly forward until you have
6.10 a junction but your prepared to stop a clear view
view is partly restricted • Sound your horn and pull
by parked vehicles. out if there is no reply
What should you do? • Stop, then move slowly
(Mark one answer) forward until you have a
clear view
• Stop, get out and look
along the main road to
check
1. You are at the front of • To look for pedestrians To check for overtaking vehicles
6.11 a queue of traffic about to cross
waiting to turn right • To check for overtaking
into a side road. Why vehicles
is it important to check • To make sure the side
your right mirror just road is clear
before turning? • To check for emerging
(Mark one answer) traffic
1. In which three places • Near the brow of a hill Near the brow of a hill
6.12 would parking cause • In a lay-by Where the kerb has been lowered for
an obstruction to other • Where the kerb is raised wheelchairs
cars? (Mark three • Where the kerb has been At or near a bus stop
answers) lowered for wheelchairs
• At or near a bus stop
1. What should a driver • Signal the pedestrian to Always wait for the green light before
6.13 do at a pelican cross proceeding
crossing when the red • Always wait for the green
and amber lights are light before proceeding
on? • Give way to any
(Mark one answer) pedestrians on the
crossing
• Wait for the red-and-
amber light before
proceeding
1. You have stopped at a • Allow the person to cross Allow the person to cross
6.14 pelican crossing. A • Drive in front of the Be patient
disabled person is person
crossing slowly in front • Drive behind the person
of you. The lights have • Sound your horn
now changed to green. • Be patient
You should: • Edge forward slowly
(Mark two answers)
1. As you approach a • Wave them to cross as Wait because they will take longer to cross
6.15 pelican crossing the quickly as they can
lights change to green • Rev your engine to make
but elderly people are them hurry
halfway across. You • Flash your lights in case
should: they have not heard you
(Mark one answer) • Wait because they will
take longer to cross
1. Look at this picture. • The ice cream van may
6.16 What is the danger move off
MC you should be most • The driver of the ice
aware of? (Mark one cream van may get out
answer) • The car on the left may
move off
• The child may run out
into the road The child may run out into the road
1. You are driving past • Accelerate past quickly Slow down and be prepared to stop for a
6.17 parked cars. You and sound your horn cyclist
notice a wheel of a • Slow down and wave the
bicycle sticking out cyclist across
between them. What • Brake sharply and flash
should you do? (Mark your headlights
one answer) • Slow down and be
prepared to stop for a
cyclist
1. You are driving past a • Continue driving at the Slow down and be prepared to stop for
6.18 lane of parked cars same speed and sound children
and you notice a ball your horn
bouncing out into the • Continue driving at the
road ahead. What same speed and flash
should you do? (Mark your headlights
one answer) • Slow down and be
prepared to stop for
children
• Stop and wave the
children across to fetch
their ball
1. If you are following a • Expect the driver to drive Be aware that the driver’s reactions may not be
6.19 car driven by an elderly badly as fast as yours
driver, you should: • Flash your lights and
(Mark one answer) overtake
• Be aware that the
driver’s reactions may
not be as fast as yours
• Stay close behind and
drive carefully
1. Which sign tells you
6.20 that pedestrians may
be walking in the road,
as there is no
pavement? (Mark one
answer)
1. Which sign means
6.21 there maybe elderly
pedestrians likely to
cross the road? (Mark
one answer)

1. If you see a pedestrian • Disabled Blind


6.22 carrying a white stick, • Deaf
this shows that the • Elderly
person is:This shows • Blind
that the person is:
(Mark one answer)
1. You are driving • Continue on your way Be prepared to stop
6.23 towards a • Wave to the person to
pedestrian(zebra) cross
crossing. Waiting to • Wave to the person to
cross is a person in a wait
wheelchair. You • Be prepared to stop
should: (Mark one
answer)
1. What action should • Wave them across so Be patient and allow them to cross in their own
6.24 you take when elderly they know that you have time
MC people are crossing seen them
the road? (Mark one • Be patient and allow
answer) them to cross in their
own time
• Rev the engine to let
them know that you are
waiting
• Tap the horn in case they
are hard of hearing
1. You are following a • Expect them to wait for Be careful, they may misjudge your speed
6.25 motorcyclist on an you to pass
uneven and bumpy • Speed up to get past
road. You should: them quickly
(Mark one answer) • Stop and wave them
across the road
• Be careful, they may
misjudge your speed
1. You are following a • Allow less room to Allow extra room in case they swerve to avoid
6.26 motorcyclist on an ensure that you can be pot-holes
uneven road. You seen in their mirrors
should: (Mark one • Overtake immediately
answer) • Allow extra room in case
they swerve to avoid pot-
holes
• Allow the same room as
normal because
motorcyclists are not
affected by road surfaces
1. You should NEVER • Just before you turn left Just before you turn left
6.27 attempt to overtake a • Just before you turn right
MC cyclist (Mark one • On a one-way street
answer) • On a dual carriageway
1. if you are driving • Overtake the cyclist Hold back until the cyclist has passed the
6.28 behind a cyclist and before the junction junction
you wish to turn left • Pull alongside the cyclist
just ahead. You and stay level until after
should: (Mark one the junction
answer) • Hold back until the cyclist
has passed the junction
• Go around the cyclist on
the junction
1. You are coming up to • Overtake on the right Give the cyclist plenty of room
6.29 a roundabout and a • Give a horn warning
MC cyclist is signaling to • Signal the cyclist to move
turn right. What should across
you do (Mark one • Give the cyclist plenty of
answer) room
1. You are driving behind • Left Any direction
6.30 three cyclists. They • Right
approach a • Any direction
roundabout in the left- • Straight ahead
hand lane. In which
direction should you
expect the cyclists to
go? (Mark one
answer)
1. You are approaching • It is quicker route for
6.31 this roundabout and cyclist
MC see the cyclist signal • The cyclist is going to
right. Why is the cyclist turn left instead
keeping to the left? • The cyclist thinks The
(Mark one answer) highway Code does not
apply to bicycles
• The cyclist is slower and
more vulnerable

The cyclist is slower and more vulnerable


1. When you are • The cyclist might change The cyclist might swerve
6.32 overtaking a cyclist in lanes
MC the road, you should • The cyclist might get off
leave as much room the bike
as you would give to a • The cyclist might swerve
car. What is the main • The cyclist might have to
reason for this? (Mark make a right turn
one answer)
1. Which TWO should • Motorcycles Motorcycles
6.33 you allow extra room • Tractors Bicycles
when overtaking? • Bicycles
(Mark two answers) • Road-sweeping vehicles
1. Why should you allow • The rider may turn off The rider may be blown across in front of you
6.34 extra room when suddenly to get out of the
overtaking a wind
motorcyclist on a • The rider may be blown
windy day? (Mark one across in front of you
answer) • The rider may stop
suddenly
• The rider may be
traveling faster than
normal
1. Which type of vehicle • Tractor Motorcycle
6.35 is most affected by • Motorcycle
strong winds? (Mark • Car
one answer) • Tanker
1. Why should you • They nay want to turn They are harder to see
6.36 particularly look for into the side road
motorcyclists and • They may slow down to
cyclists at any let you turn
junction? (Mark one • They are harder to see
answer) • They might not see you
turn
1. You are waiting to • Motorcycles are usually Motorcycles are small and hard to see
6.37 come out of a side faster than cars
road. Why should you • Police patrols often use
watch carefully for motorcycles
motorcycles? (Mark • Motorcycles are small
one answer) and hard to see
• Motorcycles have right of
way
1. Where should you take • On dual carriageways At junctions
6.38 particular care to look • At junctions
MC out for motorcyclists • At zebra crossings
and cyclists? (Mark • On one-way streets
one answer)
1. In daylight, an • So that the rider can be So that the rider can be seen more easily
6.39 approaching seen more easily
MC motorcyclist is using a • To stop the battery
dipped headlight. overcharging
Why? • To improve the rider’s
(Mark one answer) vision
• The rider is inviting you
to proceed
1. Motorcycles should • They must do so by law Other drivers can see them
6.40 wear bright clothing • It helps keep them cool
MC mainly so that (Mark in summer
one answer) • The colours are popular
• Other drivers can see
them
1. Motorcycles ride in day • It is legal requirement They need to be seen
6.41 light with their • There is a speed trap
headlights switched on ahead
because (Mark one • They need to be seen
answer) • There are speed humps
ahead
1. You are driving behind • Overtake the moped Stay behind until the moped has passed the
6.42 a moped or small before the junction junction
MC motorcycle. You want • Pull alongside the moped
to turn left just ahead. and stay level until just
You should: (Mark one before the junction
answer) • Sound your horn as a
warning and pull in front
of the moped
• Stay behind until the
moped has passed the
junction
1. Motorcyclists often • They need to listen for They need to check for traffic in their blind area
6.43 look round over their following traffic
right shoulder just • Motorcycles do not have
before turning right. mirrors
This is because (Mark • Looking around helps
one answer) them balance as they
turn
• They need to check for
traffic in their blind area
1. At road junctions • Cyclists Cyclists
6.44 which of the following • Motorcyclists Motorcyclists
MC are most vulnerable? • Pedestrians Pedestrians
(Mark three answers) • Car drivers
• Lorry drivers
1. When emerging from a • Motorcycles Motorcycles
6.45 side road into a queue • Tractors
of traffic which road • Milk floats
users can be difficult to • Cars
see? (Mark one
answer)
1. You want to turn right • Cancel your right-turn Check for traffic overtaking on your right
6.46 from a main road into signal
MC a side road. Just • Select first gear
before you turn you • Check for traffic
should (Mark one overtaking on your right
answer) • Stop and set the
handbrake
1. Which of the following • Cutting in just in front of Cutting in just in front of you
6.47 are hazards you Passing very close to your car
MC motorcyclists present • Riding in single file Filtering between the lanes
in queues of traffic? • Passing very close to
(Mark three answers) your car
• Riding with their
headlamp on dipped
beam
• Filtering between the
lanes
1. You are driving and • Slow moving Slow moving
6.48 ahead of you there is a • Broken down
vehicle with a flashing • A doctor’s car
amber beacon. This • A school crossing patrol
means it is: (Mark one
answer)
1. You are driving in • Sound the horn Look for motorcyclists filtering through the
6.49 slow-moving queues of • Look for motorcyclists traffic
traffic. Just before filtering through the traffic
changing lane you • Give a ‘slowing down’
should: (Mark one arm signal
answer) • Change down to first
gear
1. An injured motorcyclist • Remove the safety Seek medical assistance
6.50 is lying unconscious in helmet
MC the road. You should • Seek medical assistance
(Mark one answer) • Move the person off the
road
• Remove the leather
jacket
1. You are driving in • The bus may have Pedestrians may come from behind the bus
6.51 town. There is a bus at broken down
the bus stop on the • Pedestrians may come
other side of the road. from behind the bus
Why should you be • The bus may move off
careful? (Mark one suddenly
answer) • The bus may remain
stationary
1. How should you • Speed is not important Drive slowly and leave plenty of room
6.52 overtake horse riders? but allow plenty of room
(Mark one answer) • Use your horn just once
to warn them
• Drive slowly and leave
plenty of room
1. You notice horse • Pull out to the middle of
6.53 riders ahead of you. the road
MC What should you do • Be prepared to slow
FIRST? (Mark one down
answer) • Accelerate around them
• Signal right

Be prepared to slow down


1. You are driving on a • On left-hand bends On left-hand bends
6.54 narrow country road. • When downhill
Where would you find • When uphill
it most difficult to see • On right-hand bends
horses and riders
ahead of you?
(Mark one answer)
1. A horse rider is in the • Go in any direction Go in any direction
6.55 left-hand lane • Turn right
approaching a • Turn left
roundabout. The driver • Go ahead
behind should expect
the rider to:
(Mark one answer)
1. You are approaching a • Be prepared to stop Be prepared to stop
6.56 roundabout. There are • Treat them like any other Give them plenty of room
horses just ahead of vehicle
you. You should: • Give them plenty of room
(Mark two answers) • Accelerate past as
quickly as possible
• Sound your horn as a
warning
1. You see a group of • Proceed as normal
6.57 horse riders as you • Keep close of them
approach a • Cut in front of them
roundabout. They are • Stay well back
right but keeping well
to the left. You should:
(Mark one answer)

Stay well back


1. What is the most • Weather conditions Driver error
6.58 common cause of road • Driver error
accidents? (Mark one • Road conditions
answer) • Mechanical failure
1. You have a collision • Stop only if there are Stop at the scene of the accident
6.59 while your car is injured people
moving. What is the • Call the emergency
first important thing services
you must do? (Mark • Stop at the scene of the
one answer) accident
• Call your insurance
company
1. Which age group is • 36 to 45-year-old 18 to 25-year-old
6.60 most likely to be • 55-year-olds and over
MC involved in road • 46 to 55-year-old
accidents? (Mark one • 18 to 25-year-old
answer)
1. You are following a • Be patient as you expect Be patient as you expect them to make
6.61 learner driver who them to make mistake mistake
stalls at a junction. • Drive up close behind
What should you do? and flash your headlights
(Mark one answer) • Start to rev your engine if
they take too long to
restart
• Immediately steer around
them and drive on
1. If a friend wants to • Be over 23 and have Be over 23 and have held a full licence for at
6.62 teach you to drive a held a full licence for at least 5 years
car, they must: (Mark least 5 years
one answer) • Be over 18 and hold an
advanced driver’s
certificate
• Be over 18 and have fully
comprehensive
insurance
• Be over 21 and have had
a full license for at least
three years.
1. Your car hits a • Certainly be killed Probably be killed
6.63 pedestrian at 60 kph. • Certainly survive
The pedestrian will: • Probably be killed
(Mark one answer) • Probably survive
1. You are dazzled at • Set your mirror to anti- Set your mirror to anti-dazzle
6.64 night by the lights of dazzle
the vehicle behind you. • Set your mirror to dazzle
You should: (Mark one the other driver
answer) • Brake sharply to a stop
• Switch your rear lights on
and off

Ref Question Possible Answers Correct Answer(s)


1. The road is wet and • To avoid puncturing the To prevent the motorcycle sliding on the metal
7.1 slippery. Why might a tyres on the edge of the drain covers
motorcyclist steer drain covers
round drain covers on • To prevent the
a bend? (Mark one motorcycle sliding on the
answer) metal drain covers
• To help judge the bend
using the drain covers as
marker points
• To avoid splashing
pedestrians on the
pavements
1. It is very windy. You • Overtake the motorcyclist
7.2 are behind a immediately
motorcyclist who is • Keep well back
overtaking a high • Stay level with the
vehicle. What should motorcycle
you do? (Mark one • Keep close to the
answer) motorcyclist

Keep well back


1. It is very blustery and • Overtake slowly Allow extra room
7.3 windy. You are about • Allow extra room
to overtake a • Sound your horn
motorcyclist. You • Keep close as you pass
should: (Mark one
answer)
1. You are waiting to • The large vehicle can The large vehicle can easily hide an overtaking
7.4 emerge left from a easily hide an overtaking vehicle
MC minor road. A large vehicle
vehicle is approaching • The large vehicle can
from the right. You turn suddenly
have time to turn, but • The large vehicle is
you should wait. Why? difficult to steer in a
(Mark one answer) straight line
• The large vehicle can
easily hide vehicles from
the left
1. You are driving behind • Move out and overtake
7.5 a large articulated on the offside
vehicle (trailer). It is • Pass on the left as the
going to turn left into a vehicle moves out
narrow road. What • Be prepared to stop
action should it take? behind it
(Mark one answer) • Overtake quickly before
the lorry moves out

Be prepared to stop behind it


1. You are driving behind • Get closer in order to
7.6 a long vehicle. It pass it quickly
MC approaches a • Stay well back and give it
crossroads and signals room
left, but moves out to • Assume the signal is
the right. You should:- wrong and it is really
(Mark one answer) turning right
• Overtake as it starts to
slow down

Stay well back and


give it room
1. You are driving behind • Warn the driver of the
7.7 a long vehicle wrong signal
MC approaching a • Wait behind the long
crossroads. The driver vehicle
signals right but moves • Report the driver to the
close to the left-hand police
kerb. What should you • Overtake on the right-
do? (Mark one hand side
answer)

Wait behind the long vehicle


1. You are approaching a • Sound your horn
7.8 small roundabout. The • Overtake on the left
MC long vehicle in front is • Follow the same course
signaling left but is as the lorry
positioned over to the • Keep well back
right. You should:
(Mark one answer)

Keep well back


1. You keep well back • Sound your horn Drop back further
7.9 while waiting to • Drop back further
MC overtake a large lorry. • Flash your headlights
Another car fills the • Start to overtake
gap. You should:
(Mark one answer)
1. Before overtaking a • To give acceleration To get the best view of the road ahead
7.10 large vehicle or lorry space to overtake quickly
MC you should keep well on blind bends
back. Why is this? • To get the best view of
(Mark one answer) the road ahead
• To leave a gap in case
stops and rolls back
• To offer other drivers a
safe gap if they want to
overtake you
1. You wish to overtake a • Follow it closely and Keep well back until you can see that it is clear
7.11 long, slow moving keep moving out to see
MC vehicle or lorry on a the road ahead
busy road with • Flash your headlights for
oncoming traffic. You the oncoming traffic to
should: (Mark one give way
answer) • Stay behind until the
driver waves you past
• Keep well back until you
can see that it is clear
1. You are driving • Keep going because you Slow down and give way
7.12 downhill. There is a have the right of way
car parked on the • Slow down and give way
other side of the road • Speed up and get past
partly blocking the quickly
road. Large, slow • Pull over on the right
lorries are coming behind the parked car
towards you. You
should: (Mark one
answer)
1. When about to • Sound the horn to warn Stay well back from the lorry to obtain a better
7.13 overtake a long vehicle the driver that you are view
or lorry you should: there
(Mark one answer) • Stay well back from the
lorry to obtain a better
view
• Drive close to the lorry in
order to pass more
quickly
• Flash your lights and wait
for the driver to signal
when it is safe
1. Why is passing or • Lorries are longer than Lorries are longer than cars
7.14 overtaking a lorry more cars
risky than passing a • Lorries may suddenly
car? (Mark one pull up
answer) • The brakes of lorries are
not as good
• Lorries climb hills more
slowly
1. You are traveling • Accelerate past the bus Watch carefully for pedestrians
7.15 behind a bus that sounding your horn Be ready to give way to the bus
MC suddenly pulls up at a • Watch carefully for
bus stop. What should pedestrians
you do? (Mark two • Be ready to give way to
answers) the bus
• Pull in closely behind the
bus
1. You are driving in a • Be prepared to give way Be prepared to give way if the bus suddenly
7.16 city. Ahead of you a if the bus suddenly moves off
bus is at a bus stop. moves off Watch carefully for the sudden appearance of
Which TWO of the • Continue at the same pedestrians
following should you speed but sound your
do? (Mark two horn as warning
answers) • Watch carefully for the
sudden appearance of
pedestrians
• Pass the bus as quickly
as you possibly can
1. When you approach a • Get past before it moves
7.17 bus that is about to • Allow it to pull away, if it
MC move off from a bus is safe to do so
stop you should: (Mark • Flash your headlights as
one answer) you approach
• Signal left and wave the
bus on

Allow it to pull away, if it is safe to do so


1. Which of these • Cyclists Cars
7.18 vehicles is LEAST • Motorcyclists
likely to be affected by • High-sided vehicles
strong crosswinds? • Cars
(Mark one answer)
1. What does ‘tailgating’ • When a vehicle When a driver is following another vehicle too
7.19 mean? delivering goods has its closely
(Mark one answer) tailgate down
• When a vehicle is with its
back doors open
• When a driver is
following another vehicle
too closely
• When stationary vehicles
are too close in a queue
1. You are following a • Drop back until you can
7.20 large lorry on a wet see better
MC road. Spray makes it • Put your headlights on
difficult to see. You full beam
should: • Keep close to the lorry,
(Mark one answer) away from the spray
• Speed up and overtake
quickly

Drop back until you can see better


1. You are driving on a • Your hazard flashers Your dipped headlights
7.21 dual-carriageway with • Your dipped headlights
surface spray. You • Your rear fog lights
should use: • Your sidelights
(Mark one answer)
Ref Question Possible Answers Correct Answer(s)
1. What are TWO main • Fuel consumption will be The vehicle will pick up speed
8.1 reasons why coasting higher You have less braking and steering control
downhill is dangerous • The vehicle will pick up
or wrong? (Mark two speed
answers) • It puts more wear and
tear on the tyres
• You have less braking
and steering control
• It damages the engine
1. You should avoid • Damage the suspension Reduce steering control
8.2 'coasting' your car • Increase tyre wear
because it could: • Flatten the battery
(Mark one answer) • Reduce steering control
1. Why is coasting wrong • It will cause the car to There is no engine braking
8.3 or dangerous? (Mark skid
one answer) • It will make the engine
stall
• The engine will run faster
• There is no engine
braking
1. Hills can affect the • Higher gears will pull You will slow down sooner
8.4 performance of your better The engine will work harder
vehicle. Which TWO • You will slow down
apply when driving up sooner
steep hills? (Mark two • Overtaking will be easier
answers) • The engine will work
harder
• The steering will feel
heavier
1. You are approaching a • On the bend Before the bend
8.5 bend at a high speed. • After the bend
You should begin to • After changing gears
brake. (Mark one • Before the bend
answer)
1. You are following a • Flash your headlights as Drop back to regain a safe distance
8.6 vehicle at a safe a warning
distance on a wet and • Try to overtake safely as
slippery road. Another soon as you can
driver overtakes you • Drop back to regain a
and pulls into the gap safe distance
you have left. What • Stay close to the other
should you do? (Mark vehicle until it moves on
one answer)
1. You are driving in the • Move to the right-hand Drop back
8.7 left-hand lane of a dual lane
carriageway. Another • Continue as you are
car overtakes and • Drop back
pulls in front of you • Sound your horn
leaving you without
enough separation
distance. You should:
(Mark one answer)
1. In which THREE of • When you are in a one- When you are in a one-way street
8.8 these situations may way street When the vehicle in front is to turn right
MC you overtake another • When approaching a In slow-moving traffic queues when traffic in
vehicle on the inside, motorway slip road the right-hand lane is moving more slowly
or the left? (Mark three where you will be turning
answers) off
• When the vehicle in front
is to turn right
• When a slower vehicle is
in the right-hand lane of
a dual carriageway
• In slow-moving traffic
queues when traffic in
the right-hand lane is
moving more slowly
1. Which THREE of the • How fast you are going How fast you are going
8.9 following will affect • The tyres on your vehicle The tyres on your vehicle
your stopping • The time of day The weather
distance? (Mark three • The weather
answers) • The street lighting
1. You are in very heavy • Doubled Doubled
8.10 downpour. Your • Halved
overall stopping • Up to ten times greater
distance is likely to be: • No different
(Mark one answer)
1. Motorcyclists are more • Are less experienced that Are more difficult to see than other drivers
8.11 at risk to be injured other drivers
from other road users • Are more likely to break
because they (Mark down than other
one answer) motorists
• Are always faster than
other drivers
• Are more difficult to see
than other drivers
1. To correct a rear- • Not steer at all Steer into it
8.12 wheel skid you should: • Steer away from it
(Mark one answer) • Steer into it
• Apply your handbrake
1. You are driving in very • Hosing Aquaplaning
8.13 wet weather. Your • Weaving
vehicle begins to slide. • Aquaplaning
This affect is called: • Fading
(Mark one answer)
1. You have to make a • Top up the radiator with Check that your lights are working
8.14 journey in fog. What antifreeze Make sure that the windows are clean
are the TWO most • Make sure that you have
important things you a warning triangle in the
should do before you vehicle
set out? • Check that your lights
(Mark two answers) are working
• Check the battery
• Make sure that the
windows are clean
1. You have to make a • Follow closely other Leave plenty of time for your journey
8.15 journey in foggy vehicle’s tail lights
conditions. You • Never use demisters and
should: windscreens wipers.
(Mark one answer) • Leave plenty of time for
your journey
• Keep two seconds
behind other vehicles
1. Front fog lights may be • Visibility is seriously Visibility is seriously reduced
8.16 used ONLY if: reduced
(Mark one answer) • They are fitted above the
bumper
• They are not as bright as
the headlights
• An audible warning
device is used
1. Front fog lights may be • If they are not as bright When visibility is seriously reduced
8.17 used ONLY as the headlights
(Mark one answer) • When visibility is
seriously reduced
• Between dusk and dawn
• During ‘lighting up’ times
only
1. Front fog lights may be • Your headlights are not Visibility is seriously reduced
8.18 used ONLY if: working
(Mark one answer) • They are operated with
rear fog lights
• They were fitted by the
vehicle manufacturer
• Visibility is seriously
reduced
1. Front fog lights may be • They prevent headlights Visibility is seriously reduced
8.19 used ONLY if: glare on a wet road
(Mark one answer) • You wish to overtake in
bad weather
• Visibility is seriously
reduced
• Fitted by manufacturer
1. Fog lights should be • In very light rain Visibility is seriously reduced
8.20 used ONLY when • Visibility is seriously
(Mark one answer) reduced
• Daylight is fading
• Driving after midnight
1. Using front/rear fog • Flatten the battery Dazzle other drivers
8.21 lights in good visibility • Dazzle other drivers
will: • Improve your visibility
(Mark one answer) • Increase your awareness
1. You are following other • Keep close to the vehicle Reduce your speed and increase the gap
8.22 vehicles in fog with in front
your lights on. How • Use your main beam
else can you reduce instead of dipped
the chances of being headlights
involved in an • Keep together with the
accident? faster vehicles
(Mark one answer) • Reduce your speed and
increase the gap
1. Why should you • Because the brakes do Because it is more difficult to see events ahead
8.23 always reduce your not work as well
speed when driving in • Because you could be
fog? (Mark one dazzled by other
answer) people’s fog lights
• Because the engine’s
colder
• Because it is more
difficult to see events
ahead
1. You are driving in fog. • In case it changes
8.24 Why should you keep direction suddenly
well back from the • In case its fog lights
vehicle in front? (Mark dazzle you
one answer) • In case it stops suddenly
• In case its brake lights
dazzle you

In case it stops suddenly


1. Using rear fog lights in • Be useful when towing a Dazzle others drivers
8.25 clear daylight or trailer
tunnels will: (Mark one • Give extra protection
answer) • Dazzle others drivers
• Make following drivers
keep back
1. You are driving on a • Reduce glare from the Make other drivers think you are braking
8.26 clear dry night with road surface Dazzle following drivers
your rear fog lights • Make other drivers think
switched on. This may: you are braking
(Mark two answers) • Give a better view of the
road ahead
• Dazzle following drivers
• Help your indicators to
be seen more clearly
1. Why is it dangerous to • Brake lights are less Brake lights are less clear
8.27 leave rear fog lights on clear Following drivers can be dazzled
when they are not • Following drivers can be
needed? dazzled
(Mark two answer) • Electrical systems could
be overloaded
• Direction indicators may
not work properly
• The battery could fail
1. You are driving in thick • Maintain your speed Switch them off
8.28 fog using fog lights. • Keep them on
When visibility • Increase your speed
improves you MUST: • Switch them off
(Mark one answer)
1. Front and rear fog • Connected to an audible Switched of if visibility is not seriously reduced
8.29 lights MUST be: warning signal
(Mark one answer) • Used outside built up
areas only
• Switched off in night-time
fog
• Switched of if visibility is
not seriously reduced
1. Which TWO of the • Wait until a bend so that Be careful because you can see less
8.30 following are correct? you can see the Beware of the bends in the road ahead
When overtaking at oncoming headlights
night you should: • Sound your horn twice
(Mark two answer) before moving out
• Be careful because you
can see less
• Beware of the bends in
the road ahead
• Put headlights on full
beam
1. You are overtaking a • You flash your You do not dazzle other road users
8.31 car at night. You must headlamps before
be sure that: overtaking
(Mark one answer) • Your rear fog lights are
switched on
• You have switched your
lights to full beam before
overtaking
• You do not dazzle other
road users
1. At night, you are • Pull down your sun visor Slow down or stop
8.32 dazzled by headlights • Slow down or stop
coming towards you. • Switch on your main
You should: beam headlights
(Mark one answer) • Put your hand over your
eyes
1. You are dazzled by • Slow down or stop Slow down or stop
8.33 oncoming headlights • Brake hard
when driving at night. • Drive faster past the
What should you do? oncoming car
(Mark one answer) • Flash your lights
1. You are on a narrow • Overtake on the left Wait for the signal to be cancelled before
8.34 road at night. A • Flash your headlights overtaking
slower-moving vehicle before overtaking
ahead signalled right • Signal right and sound
for some time. What your horn
should you do? • Wait for the signal to be
(Mark one answer) cancelled before
overtaking
1. Which TWO are • For taking a rest from To pull into if an oncoming vehicle wants to
8.35 correct? The passing driving proceed
places on a single- • To pull into if an To pull into if the car behind wants to overtake
track road are: oncoming vehicle wants
(Mark two answers) to proceed
• For stopping and
checking your route
• To turn the car around in,
if you are lost
• To pull into if the car
behind wants to overtake
1. You see a vehicle • Reverse back to the Stop at a passing place
8.36 coming towards you main road
on a single-track road. • Do an emergency stop
You should: • Stop at a passing place
(Mark one answer) • Put on your hazard
warning lights
1. Which of these plates
8.37 may appear with this
road sign?
(Mark one answer)

1. Which statement • One hand on the steering Both hands on the steering wheel at all times ,
8.38 represents being in wheel and the other and only when a change of gear or operation of
safe control of your grasping the gear lever controls is necessary that one hand is taken off
vehicle? for the most part to the steering wheel.
(Mark one answer) facilitate instant gear
changes.
• Both hands on the
steering wheel at all
times , and only when a
change of gear or
operation of controls is
necessary that one hand
is taken off the steering
wheel.
• One hand on the steering
wheel and the other
being used to hold a
mobile phone.
• One hand on the steering
wheel and the other
simply hanging out of the
window to catch the
breeze and look cool or
wave to friends.

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1. As soon as you join a • Try to overtake Keep in the left lane
9.1 dual carriageway you • Readjust your mirrors
should normally: (Mark • Position your vehicle in
one answer) the centre lane
• Keep in the left lane
1. When joining a dual • Use the hard shoulder Give way to traffic already on the dual
9.2 carriageway you must • Stop at the end of the carriageway
always: acceleration
(Mark one answer) • Come to a stop before
joining the dual
carriageway
• Give way to traffic
already on the dual
carriageway
1. A fundamental rule • Use the lane that has Keep to the left lane unless overtaking
9.3 when driving on a dual least traffic
carriageway is: (Mark • Keep to the left lane
one answer) unless overtaking
• Overtake on the side that
is clearest
• Try to keep above 50 kph
to prevent congestion
1. You are driving on a • The driver wants you to Traffic ahead is slowing or stopping suddenly
9.4 dual carriageway and overtake
the car ahead shows • The other car is going to
its hazard lights for a change lanes
short time. This tells • Traffic ahead is slowing
you that: (Mark one or stopping suddenly
answer) • There is a police speed
check up ahead
1. You are driving on a • Switch on your hazard Switch on your hazard lights
9.5 dual carriageway. You lights
have to slow down • Switch on your
quickly due to a headlights
hazard. You should: • Sound your horn
(Mark one answer) • Flash your headlights
1. Which vehicles are • Doctor’s car Breakdown recovery vehicles
9.6 normally fitted with • Bomb disposal team Maintenance vehicles
amber flashing • Blood transfusion team
beacons on the roof? • Breakdown recovery
(Mark two answers) vehicles
• Coastguard
• Maintenance vehicles
1. What should you use • Stopping in an
9.7 the hard shoulder of a emergency
multi-lane- • Leaving the dual-
carriageway for? carriageway
(Mark one answer) • Stopping when you are
tired
• Joining the dual-
carriageway

Stopping in an emergency
1. After a breakdown you • Move out onto the Gain speed on the harder shoulder before
9.8 need to rejoin the main carriageway then build moving out onto the carriageway
carriageway of a multi- up your speed
lane- carriageway from • Move out onto the
the hard shoulder. You carriageway using your
should: hazard lights
(Mark one answer) • Gain speed on the
harder shoulder before
moving out onto the
carriageway
• Wait on the hard
shoulder until someone
flashes their headlights
at you
1. The minimum safe • Four seconds Two seconds
9.9 time gap to keep • One second
between you and the • Three seconds
vehicle in front in good • Two seconds
conditions at least:
(Mark one answer)
1. You are intending to • In the middle lane In the left-hand lane
9.10 leave the multi-lane- • In the left-hand lane
carriageway at the • On the hard shoulder
next exit. Before you • In any lane
reach the exit you
should normally
position your vehicle:
(Mark one answer)
1. You are driving on a • Carefully reverse on the
9.11 multi-lane- hard shoulder
carriageway. By • Carry on to the next exit
mistake, you go past • Carefully reverse in the
the exit that you left-hand lane
wanted to take. You • Make a U-turn at the next
should: gap in the central
(Mark one answer) reservation

Carry on to the next


exit

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1. You may drive over a • To overtake slow-moving To gain lawful access into a property
10.1 footpath: traffic
(Mark one answer) • When the pavement is
very wide
• If no pedestrians are
near
• To gain lawful access
into a property
1. What is the meaning of • Local speed limit applies National speed limit applies
10.2 this sign? • No waiting on the
MC (Mark one answer) carriageway
• National speed limit
applies
• No entry to vehicular
traffic

1. What is the national • 50 kph 80kph


10.3 speed limit, unless • 60kph
MC otherwise indicated, • 80kph
for cars and • 100kph
motorcycles?
(Mark one answer)
1. What is the national • 100kph 80kph
10.4 speed limit, unless • 70kph
MC otherwise indicated, on • 80kph
dual carriageways for • 50kph
cars and motorcycles?
(Mark one answer)
1. You see this sign • Start to slow down to 30 Do not exceed 30 kph after passing it
10.5 ahead of you. It kph after passing it
means: • You are leaving the 30
(Mark one answer) kph speed limit area
• Do not exceed 30 kph
after passing it
• The minimum speed limit
ahead is 30 kph

1. What does a speed • It is safe to drive at the You must not exceed the speed shown
10.6 limit sign like this speed shown
mean? • The speed shown is the
(Mark one answer) advised maximum
• The speed shown allows
for various road and
weather conditions
• You must not exceed the
speed shown

1. You are driving along • So that oncoming traffic Vehicles may be pulling out
10.7 a street with parked can see you more clearly Drivers’ doors may open
MC vehicles on the left- • You may set off car Children may run out from between the
hand side. For which alarms vehicles
THREE reasons • Vehicles may be pulling
should you keep your out
speed down? • Drivers’ doors may open
(Mark three answer) • Children may run out
from between the
vehicles
1. You meet an • Drive on; it is your right
10.8 obstruction on your of way
MC side of the road. You • Give way to oncoming
should: traffic
(Mark one answer) • Wave oncoming vehicles
through
• Accelerate to get past
first

Give way to oncoming


traffic
1. There is a tractor • Follow another Not overtake if you are in doubt
10.9 ahead of you. You overtaking vehicle
wish to overtake but through
you are NOT sure if it • Sound your horn to the
is safe to do so. You slow vehicle to pull over
should: • Speed through but flash
(Mark one answer) your lights to oncoming
traffic
• Not overtake if you are in
doubt
1. Which three of the • Horse riders Horse riders
10.10 following are most • Bread vans Long vehicles
likely to take an • Delivery vans Cyclists
unusual course at • Long vehicles
roundabouts? • Estate cars
(Mark three answers) • Cyclists
1. You are leaving your • If you will be parked for Not on any occasion
10.11 vehicle parked on a less than five minutes
road. When may you • If the battery is flat
leave the engine • When in a 20 mph zone
running? • Not on any occasion
(Mark one answer)
1. In which FOUR places • On a dual carriageway At a bus stop
10.12 must you NOT park or • At a bus stop Opposite a traffic island
MC wait? • On the slope of a hill In front of someone else’s drive-way/garage
(Mark four answers) • Opposite a traffic island On the brow of a hill
• In front of someone
else’s drive-way/garage
• On the brow of a hill
1. What is the nearest • 5 meters (16 feet) 5 meters (16 feet)
10.13 you may park your • 10 meters (32 feet)
MC vehicle to a junction? • 12 meters (39 feet)
(Mark one answer) • 15 meters (49 feet)
1. You are finding it • No, unless you stay with No, not under any circumstances
10.14 difficult to find a your car
parking place in a busy • Yes, in order to drop off a
town. You can see passenger
there is space on the • Yes, if you don’t block
zigzag lines of a zebra people from crossing
crossing. Can you park • No, not under any
there? circumstances
(Mark one answer)
1. In which TWO places • Near a school entrance Near a school entrance
10.15 must you NOT park? • Near a police station At a bus stop
MC (Mark two answers) • In a side road
• At a bus stop
• In a one-way street
1. What is the meaning of • No entry Waiting restrictions
10.16 this sign? • Waiting restrictions
MC (Mark one answer) • National speed limit
• School crossing patrol

1. You are looking for • Use these spaces when Not park there unless permitted
10.17 somewhere to park elsewhere is full
MC your vehicle. The area • Park if you stay with your
is full EXCEPT for vehicle
spaces marked • Use these spaces,
‘disabled use’. You disabled or not
can: • Not park there unless
(Mark one answer) permitted
1. You are driving at • Some time after the As soon as the vehicle passes you
10.18 night with full-beam vehicles has passed you
headlights on. A • Before the vehicles starts
vehicle is overtaking to pass you
you. You should dip • Only if the other driver
your lights dips his headlights
(Mark one answer) • As soon as the vehicle
passes you
1. You are driving on a • Turning right Turning right
10.19 two-lane carriageway. • Normal driving Overtaking slower traffic
For which TWO of the • Driving at the minimum
following would you allowed speed
use the right-hand • Constant high speed
lane? driving
(Mark two answers) • Overtaking slower traffic
• Mending punctures
1. You are entering an • Not exceed the speed Not exceed the speed limit
10.20 area of roadworks. limit
There is a temporary • Obey the limit only during
speed limit displayed. rush hour
You must • Accept the speed limit as
(Mark one answer) advisable
• Obey the limit except for
overnight
1. You are approaching a • Continue in that lane Continue in that lane
10.21 busy junction. There • Force your way across
are several lanes with • Stop until the area has
road markings. At the cleared
last moment you • Use clear arm signals to
realise that you are in cut across
the wrong lane. You
should:
(Mark one answer)
1. Where may you • Only on the left-hand Either on the right or the left
10.22 overtake another side
vehicle on a one-way • Overtaking is not allowed
Street? • Only on the right-hand
(Mark one answer) side
• Either on the right or the
left
1. You are going along a • Speed up to get away Wait opposite a passing place on your right
10.23 single-track road with from the following driver
passing places only on • Switch on your hazard
the right. The driver warning lights
behind wishes to • Wait opposite a passing
overtake. You should: place on your right
(Mark one answer) • Drive into a passing
place on your right
1. You are on a road that • Pull into a passing place Pull into a passing place on your left
10.24 is only wide enough for on your right Wait opposite a passing place on your right
one vehicle. There is a • Force the other driver to
car coming towards reverse
you. Which TWO of • Pull into a passing place
these would be if your vehicle is wider
correct? • Pull into a passing place
(Mark two answer) on your left
• Wait opposite a passing
place on your right
• Wait opposite a passing
place on your left
1. Signals are normally • Brake lights Brake lights
10.25 given by direction • Side lights
indicators and: • Fog lights
(Mark one answer) • Interior lights
1. When going straight • Indicate left before Indicate left before leaving the roundabout
10.26 ahead at a roundabout leaving the roundabout
MC you should: • Not indicate at any time
(Mark one answer) • Indicate right when
approaching the
roundabout
• Indicate left when
approaching the
roundabout
1. Which vehicle might • Sports car Long vehicle
10.27 have to use a different • Van
course than normal at • Estate car
roundabouts? • Long vehicle
(Mark one answer)
1. You are going straight • Signal right on the Signal left just after you pass the exit before
10.28 ahead at a approach and then left to the one you will take
roundabout. How leave the roundabout
should you signal? • Signal left as you leave
(Mark one answer) the roundabouts
• Signal left on the
approach to the
roundabout and keep the
signal on until you leave
• Signal left just after you
pass the exit before the
one you will take
1. At a crossroads there • Neither vehicle Neither vehicle
10.29 are no signs or road • The vehicle the fastest
markings. Two • The vehicle on the widest
vehicles approach. road
Which has priority? • Vehicles approaching
(Mark one answer) from the right
1. Who has priority at an • The driver of the larger
10.30 unmarked crossroads? vehicle
MC (Mark one answer) • No one
• The driver who is going
faster
• The driver on the wider
road

No one
1. You are intending to • Keep the other vehicle to Keep the other vehicle to your RIGHT and turn
10.31 turn right at a junction. your RIGHT and turn behind it (offside to offside)
An oncoming driver is behind it (offside to
also turning right. It will offside)
normally be safer to: • Keep the other vehicle to
(Mark one answer) your LEFT and turn in
front of it (nearside to
nearside)
• Carry on and turn at the
next junction instead
• Hold back, wait for the
other driver to turn first
1. The dual carriageway • Proceed to central Wait until the road is clear in both directions
10.32 you are turning right reverse and wait
onto has a narrow • Wait until the road is
central reverse. You clear in both directions
should: • Stop in the first lane so
(Mark one answer) that other vehicles give
way
• Emerge slightly to show
your intentions
1. While driving, you • Keep just left of the Keep well to the left of the road
10.33 intend to turn left into a middle of the road
minor road. On the • Keep in the middle of the
approach you should: road
(Mark one answer) • Swing out wide just
before turning
• Keep well to the left of
the road
1. You may only enter a • There are less than two Your exit road is clear
10.34 box junction when: vehicles in front of you
(Mark one answer) • The traffic lights show
green
• Your exit road is clear
• You need to turn left

1. Someone is waiting to • Go on quickly before Stop, let them cross, wait patiently
10.35 cross at a zebra they step onto the
crossing. They are crossing
standing on the • Stop before you reach
pavement. You should the zigzag lines and let
normally: them cross
(Mark one answer) • Stop, let them cross, wait
patiently
• Ignore them as they are
still on the pavement
1. You are on a busy • Turn into a side road on Turn round in a side road
10.36 main road and find that the road on the right and
you are in a wrong reverse into the main
direction. What should road.
you do? • Make a U-turn in the
(Mark one answer) main road
• Make a ‘three point’ turn
in the main road
• Turn round in a side road
1. You may remove your • Reversing Reversing
10.37 seat belt temporarily • A hill start
when carrying out a • An emergency stop
manoeuvre that • Driving slowly
involves:
(Mark one answer)
1. You must not reverse: • For longer than For longer than necessary
10.38 (Mark one answer) necessary
• For more than a car’s
length
• Into a side road
• In a built-up area
1. You are parked in a • Find a quiet side road to Find a quiet side road to turn round in
10.39 busy high street. What turn round in
is the safest way to • Drive into a side road
turn your vehicle and reverse into the main
around to go the road
opposite way? • Get someone to stop the
(Mark one answer) traffic
• Do a U-turn
1. When you are NOT • Use your horn Get out and check
10.40 sure that it is safe to • Rev your engine
reverse your vehicle • Get out and check
you should: • Reverse slowly
(Mark one answer)
1. You are reversing your • After you’ve completed
10.41 vehicle into a side the manoeuvre
road. When would the • Just before you actually
greatest hazard to begin to manoeuvre
passing traffic occur? • After you’ve entered the
(Mark one answer) side road
• When the front of your
vehicle swings out

When the front of your vehicle swings out


1. Why is it important for • So that nobody can So that you are always in the correct lane on a
10.42 you to maintain overtake you if they are multi-lane road.
‘Lane-Discipline’? speeding. So that you are on the correct side of the road
(Mark two answer) • So that you are always in before and after turning left or right at junctions
the correct lane on a and when approaching roundabouts.
multi-lane road.
• So that you are on the
correct side of the road
before and after turning
left or right at junctions
and when approaching
roundabouts.
• Staying in the lane of
your choice as long as
you are driving within the
speed limit.
1. What lights and why • Main-beam to see clearly Dipped-beam to help you see and also be
10.43 must you put them on where you are going. clearly seen by others.
when going through a • Dipped-beam to help you
tunnel? see and also be clearly
(Mark one answer) seen by others.
• Dipped-beam and front
and/or rear Fog lights to
see and be seen clearly.
• Hazard warning lights so
nobody drives too near.
• No lights are necessary
as tunnels have their own
lighting.
1. When can you • On the outside lane if the Only if a broken down vehicle or other static
10.44 overtake in a tunnel? vehicle in front of you on hazard is obstructing the lane you are driving
(Mark two answers) the inner lane is not in, after having checked and signaled correctly.
going fast enough. Never under normal circumstances as
• On the inside lane if the overtaking in tunnels is prohibited.
vehicle in front of me on
the outside lane is not
going fast enough.
• Only if a broken down
vehicle or other static
hazard is obstructing the
lane you are driving in,
after having checked and
signaled correctly.
• Never under normal
circumstances as
overtaking in tunnels is
prohibited.
1. What are the maximum • 45kph and 100kph 50kph and 80kph
10.45 national speed limits • 50kph and 80kph
for cars and • 30kph and 60kph
motorcycles in built-up • 40kph and 70kph
areas and elsewhere?
(Mark one answer)

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1. You MUST obey signs • Green rectangles Red circles
11.1 giving orders. These • Red triangles
signs are mostly in: • Blue rectangles
(Mark one answer) • Red circles
1. Traffic signs giving
11.2 orders are generally
MC which shape?
(Mark one answer)
1. Which type of sign tells
11.3 you NOT to do
MC something?
(Mark one answer)

1. What does this sign • Maximum speed limit Maximum speed limit with traffic calming
11.4 mean? with traffic calming
MC (Mark one answer) • Minimum speed limit with
traffic calming
• ’20 cars only’ parking
zone
• Only 20 cars allowed at
any one time

1. Which sign means no


11.5 motor vehicles are
MC allowed?
(Mark one answer)

1. Which of these signs


11.6 means no motor
vehicles?
(Mark one answer)
1. What does this sign • New speed limit 20 kph End of 30kph zone
11.7 mean? • No vehicles over 30
MC (Mark one answer) tonnes
• Minimum speed limit
30kph
• End of 30kph zone

1. What does this sign • No overtaking No motor vehicles


11.8 mean? • No motor vehicles
(Mark one answer) • Clearway (no stopping)
• Cars and motorcycles
only

1. What does this sign • No parking No entry


11.9 mean? • No road markings
MC (Mark one answer) • No through road
• No entry

1. What does this sign • Bend on the right No right turn


11.10 mean? • Road on the right closed
MC (Mark one answer) • No traffic from the right
• No right turn

1. Which sign means ‘no


11.11 entry’?
(Mark one answer)
1. What does this sign • You have priority No overtaking
11.12 mean? • No motor vehicles
MC (Mark one answer) • Two-way traffic
• No overtaking

1. What does this sign • Keep in one lane Do not overtake


11.13 mean? • Give way to oncoming
(Mark one answer) traffic
• Do not overtake
• Form two lanes

1. What does this sign • Waiting restrictions apply Waiting restrictions apply
11.14 mean? • Waiting permitted
(Mark one answer) • National speed limit
applies
• Clearway (no stopping)

1. Which sign means ‘no


11.15 stopping’?
MC (Mark one answer)

1. What does this sign • Roundabout No stopping


11.16 mean? • Crossroads
MC (Mark one answer) • No stopping
• No entry
1. You see this sign • National speed limit No stopping
11.17 ahead. It means: applies
(Mark one answer) • Waiting restrictions apply
• No stopping
• No entry

1. What does this traffic • No overtaking allowed Give priority to oncoming traffic
11.18 sign mean? • Give priority to oncoming
MC (Mark one answer) traffic
• Two way traffic
• One-way traffic only

1. What is the meaning of • End of two-way road You have priority over vehicles coming towards
11.19 this traffic sign? • Give priority to vehicles you
MC (Mark one answer) coming towards you
• You have priority over
vehicles coming towards
you
• Bus lane ahead

1. Which sign means


11.20 ‘traffic has priority over
MC oncoming vehicles’?
(Mark one answer)

1. What MUST you do • Stop, ONLY if traffic is Stop, even if the road is clear
11.21 when you see this approaching
MC sign? • Stop, even if the road is
(Mark one answer) clear
• Stop, ONLY if children
are waiting to cross
• Stop, ONLY if a red light
is showing
1. What does this sign • No overtaking You have priority over vehicles from the
11.22 mean? • You are entering a one- opposite direction
(Mark one answer) way street
• Two-way traffic ahead
• You have priority over
vehicles from the
opposite direction

1. What shape is a STOP


11.23 sign at a junction?
MC (Mark one answer)

1. Which shape is used


11.24 for GIVE WAY sign?
MC (Mark one answer)

1. At a mini-roundabout • Give way to traffic from Give way to traffic from the right
11.25 you should: the right
(Mark one answer) • Give way to traffic from
the left
• Give way to traffic from
the other way
• Stop even when clear

1. What does this sign • Give way to oncoming Pass either side to get to the same destination
11.26 mean? vehicles
MC (Mark one answer) • Approaching traffic
passes you on both sides
• Turn off at the next
available junction
• Pass either side to get to
the same destination
1. What does a circular • Give warning of a Give an instruction
11.27 traffic sign with a blue motorway ahead
MC background do? • Give directions to a car
(Mark one answer) park
• Give motorway
information
• Give an instruction

1. Which of these signs


11.28 means that you are
MC entering a one-way
street?
(Mark one answer)

1. What does a sign with • Tourist directions Tourist directions


11.29 a brown background • Primary roads
show? • Motorway routes
(Mark one answer) • Minor routes

1. What are triangular • To give warnings To give warnings


11.30 signs for? • To give information
MC (Mark one answer) • To give order
• To give directions

1. What does this sign • Turn left ahead T-junction


11.31 means? • T-junction
(Mark one answer) • No through road
• Give way
1. What does this sign • Crossroads Crossroads
11.32 mean? • Level crossing with gate
MC (Mark one answer) • Level crossing without
gate
• Ahead only

1. What does this sign • Ring road Roundabout


11.33 mean? • Mini-roundabout
MC (Mark one answer) • No vehicles
• Roundabout

1. Which FOUR of these • Road narrows Road narrows


11.34 would be indicated by • Ahead only Low bridge
MC a triangular road sign? • Low bridge Children crossing
(Mark four answers) • Minimum speed T-junction
• Children crossing
• T-junction

1. Which sign means that


11.35 pedestrians may be
walking together along
the road?
(Mark one answer)
1. Which of these signs
11.36 warn you of a
MC pedestrian crossing?
(Mark one answer)

1. What does this sign • No footpath ahead Pedestrian crossing ahead


11.37 mean? • Pedestrians only ahead
MC (Mark one answer) • Pedestrian crossing
ahead
• School crossing ahead

1. What does this sign • School crossing patrol Pedestrian crossing ahead
11.38 mean? • No pedestrians allowed
(Mark one answer) • Pedestrian zone – no
vehicles
• Pedestrian crossing
ahead

1. Which of these signs


11.39 means there is a
MC double bend ahead?
(Mark one answer)

1. What does this sign • Humpback bridge Humps in the road


11.40 mean? • Humps in the road
MC (Mark one answer) • Entrance to tunnel
• Soft verges
1. What does this sign • Low bridge ahead Tunnel ahead
11.41 mean? • Tunnel ahead
(Mark one answer) • Ancient monument
ahead
• Accident black spot
ahead

1. Which of these signs


11.42 means the end of a
dual carriageway?
(Mark one answer)

1. What does this sign • End of dual carriageway End of dual carriageway
11.43 mean? • Tall bridge
(Mark one answer) • Road narrows
• End of narrow bridge

1. What does this sign • Two-way traffic ahead Two-way traffic straight ahead
11.44 mean? across a one-way street
MC (Mark one answer) • Traffic approaching you
has priority
• Two-way traffic straight
ahead
• Motorway contra flow
system ahead

1. What does this traffic • Slippery road ahead Danger ahead


11.45 sign mean? • Tyres liable to punctures
MC (Mark one answer) ahead
• Danger ahead
• Service area ahead
1. You are about to • Overtake the other driver Hold back until you can see clearly ahead
11.46 overtake when you as quickly as possible
see this sign. You • Move to the right to get a
should: better view
(Mark one answer) • Switch your headlights
on before overtaking
• Hold back until you can
see clearly ahead

1. What does this sign • Adverse camber Steep hill downwards


11.47 mean? • Steep hill downwards
(Mark one answer) • Uneven road
• Steep hill upwards

1. What does this sign • Quayside or river bank Quayside or river bank
11.48 mean? • Steep hill downwards
(Mark one answer) • Slippery road
• Road liable to flooding

1. What does this sign • Turn left for parking area No through road on the left
11.49 mean? • No through road on the
(Mark one answer) left
• No entry for traffic turning
left
• Turn left for ferry terminal

1. What does this sign • T-junction No through road


11.50 mean? • No through road
MC (Mark one answer) • Telephone box ahead
• Toilet ahead
1. Which sign means ‘no
11.51 through road’?
MC (Mark one answer)

1. Which of the following


11.52 signs informs you that
you are coming to a
No Through Road?
(Mark one answer)

1. What does this sign • The right-hand lane The right-hand lane ahead is closed
11.53 mean? ahead is narrow
MC (Mark one answer) • Right-hand lane for
buses only
• Right hand lane for
turning right
• The right-hand lane
ahead is closed

1. You see this traffic • Red alone Red alone


11.54 light ahead. Which • Red and amber together
MC light(s) will come on • Green and amber
next? together
(Mark one answer) • Green alone
1. You are approaching a • Red and amber, then Red and amber, then green
11.55 red traffic light. The green
MC signal will change from • Green, then amber
red to: • Amber, then green
(Mark one answer) • Green and amber, then
green

1. A red traffic light • You should stop unless You must stop and wait behind the stop line
11.56 means: turning left
MC (Mark one answer) • Stop, if you are able to
brake safely
• You must stop and wait
behind the stop line
• Proceed with caution

1. At traffic lights, amber • Prepare to go Stop at the stop line


11.57 on its own means: • Go if the way is clear
MC (Mark one answer) • Go if no pedestrians are
crossing
• Stop at the stop line

1. A red traffic light • You must stop behind You must stop behind the white stop line
11.58 means: the white stop line
MC (Mark one answer) • You may drive straight
on if there is no other
traffic
• You may turn left if it is
safe to do so
• You must slow down and
prepare to stop if traffic
has started to cross
1. You are approaching • Pass the lights if the road Wait for the green light before you pass the
11.59 traffic lights. Red and is clear lights
MC amber are showing. • There is a fault with the
This means: lights – take care
(Mark one answer) • Wait for the green light
before you pass the
lights
• The lights are about are
about to change to red

1. You are at a junction • When pedestrians are When your exit from the junction is blocked
11.60 controlled by traffic waiting to cross
MC lights. When should • When your exit from the
you NOT proceed at junction is blocked
green? • When you think the lights
(Mark one answer) may be about to change
• When you intend to turn
right

1. What do these zigzag • No parking at any time No parking at any time


11.61 lines at pedestrian • Parking allowed only for
MC crossings mean? a short time
(Mark one answer) • Slow down to 20kph
• Sounding horns is not
allowed

1. This marking appears • No entry sign Give way sign


11.62 on the road just before • Give way sign
MC a • Stop sign
(Mark one answer) • No through road sign
1. You see this line • Give way to traffic from Give way to traffic from the right
11.63 across the road at the the right
MC entrance to a • Traffic from the left has
roundabout. What right of way
does it mean? • You have right of way
(Mark one answer) • Stop at the line

1. The driver of the car in • The driver is slowing The drivers intends to turn left
11.64 front is giving this down
MC signal. What does it • The driver intends to turn
mean? right
(Mark one answer) • The driver wishes to
overtake
• The drivers intends to
turn left

1. The driver of this car is • Turn to the right Turn to the left
11.65 giving an arm signal. • Turn to the left
What is he about to • Go straight ahead
do? • Let pedestrians cross
(Mark one answer)

1. You are to turn right in • Sound the horn Give an arm signal also
11.66 busy traffic. How • Give an arm signal also
would you confirm • Flash your headlamp
your intention safely? • Position over the centre
(Mark one answer) line at an angle
1. You want to turn right • Get out and check if your Give an arm signal as well as an indicator
11.67 at a junction but you indicators can be seen signal
think that your • Stay in the left-hand lane
indicators cannot be • Keep well over to the
seen clearly. What right
should you do? • Give an arm signal as
(Mark one answer) well as an indicator
signal
1. When may you sound • To give you right of way To warn others of your presence
11.68 the horn on your • To attract a friend’s
MC vehicle? attention
(Mark one answer) • To warn others of your
presence
• To make slower drivers
move over
1. Why should you make • To avoid flattening the To avoid misleading other road users
11.69 sure that you have battery
MC cancelled your • To avoid misleading
indicators after other road users
turning? • To avoid dazzling other
(Mark one answer) road users
• To avoid damage to the
indicator relay
1. You are waiting a T- • Move out and accelerate
11.70 junction. A vehicle is hard
coming from the right • Wait until the vehicle
with the left signal starts to turn in
flashing. What should • Pull out before the
you do? vehicle reaches the
(Mark one answer) junction
• Move out slowly

Wait until the


vehicle starts
to turn in
1. Which of these signs
11.71 means that the
national speed limit
applies?
(Mark one answer)

1. Which of the following • Central reservation and Hatching bordered by continuous solid white
11.72 describe these road can be used for lines intended to separate two opposing
markings? overtaking if no traffic is streams of traffic, which lines must not be
(Mark one answer) coming from the opposite crossed or hatched area entered into except in
direction. an emergency or when directed to do so by
• Hatched traffic stream the police.
separator warning lines
that may be used for
overtaking as long as no
traffic is coming from the
opposite direction.
• Hatching bordered by
continuous solid white
lines intended to
separate two opposing
streams of traffic, which
lines must not be crossed
or hatched area entered
into except in an
emergency or when
directed to do so by the
police.
1. What is the maximum • 30 kph 50kph
11.73 speed limit in a built up • 40kph
MC area unless indicated • 50kph
otherwise? • 60kph
(Mark one answer)
1. What do these road • Central limit of dual Continuous solid double white line (Centre
11.74 markings mean? carriageway and may be line) which vehicles must not drive over,
(Mark one answer) crossed only when across or astride except to enter a side road,
overtaking. unless prohibited from doing so by appropriate
• Continuous solid double signage.
white line (Centre line)
which
vehicles must not drive
over, across or astride
except
to enter a side road,
unless prohibited from
doing so
by appropriate signage.
• Lines on the road just to
mark the lanes and guide
traffic flows, which have
no legal or safety
implications.
• No stopping or parking
permitted.

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1. To supervise a learner • Have held a full licence Have held a full licence for at least 5 years
12.1 driver you must: for at least 5 years
(Mark one answer) • Be at least 23
• Be an approved driving
instructor
• Hold an advanced driving
certificate
1. For which TWO of • When buying or selling a When a police officer asks you for it
12.2 these must you show vehicle When you are taxing your vehicle
your motor insurance • When a police officer
certificate? asks you for it
(Mark two answer) • When you are taxing
your vehicle
• When having a VRT
inspection
1. Before driving anyone • The vehicle owner has The vehicle is insured for your use
12.3 else’s motor vehicle third party insurance
you should make sure cover
that: • Your own vehicle has
(Mark one answer) insurance cover
• The vehicle is insured for
your use
• The owner has left the
insurance documents in
the vehicle
1. What is the legal • Third party, fire and theft Third party only
12.4 minimum insurance • Fully comprehensive
MC cover you must have • Third party only
to drive on public • Personal injury cover
roads?
(Mark one answer)
1. Your car has third • Damage to your own car Injury to another person
12.5 party insurance. What • Damage to your car by Damage to someone’s property
does this cover? fire Damage to other vehicles
(Mark three answers) • Injury to another person
• Damage to someone’s
property
• Damage to other
vehicles
• Injury to yourself
1. A VRT certificate is • Two years after the date Two years after the date it was issued
12.6 normally valid for: it was issued
(Mark one answer) • 10,000 miles
• One year after the date it
was issued
• 30,000 miles
1. Which THREE of the • A valid signed driving A valid signed driving licence
12.7 following do you need licence A valid road tax disc displayed on your vehicle
before you can drive • A valid road tax disc Proper insurance cover
legally? displayed on your vehicle
(Mark three answers) • Proof of your identity
• Proper insurance cover
• Breakdown cover
• A vehicle handbook
1. Which THREE pieces • Registered keeper Registered keeper
12.8 of information are • Make of the vehicle Make of the vehicle
found on a vehicle • Service history details Engine size
registration document? • Date of the VRT
(Mark three answers) • Type of insurance cover
• Engine size
1. What is the maximum • 15 points over a five 5 12 points at any time during a 3 year period.
12.9 number of penalty year period.
points that will • 12 points at any time
automatically during a 3 year period.
disqualify a driver who • 10 points during any one
holds a probational year period.
driving licence? • 18 points over a two year
(Mark one answer) period.
• 4 points a year over a 3
year period.
1. Apart from suffering • Wait for any Re-apply as for a new driver after expiry of
12.10 any punishment disqualification period to disqualification period and must re-sit and
according to law, what pass and apply for a pass both the theory test and test of skills and
will a disqualified duplicate driving licence. behaviour.
driver has to do to • Pay any outstanding
obtain a driving fines, submit a new
licence? licence application and
(Mark one answer) re-sit and pass the theory
test at any time during
disqualification period.
• Re-apply as for a new
driver after expiry of
disqualification period
and must re-sit and pass
both the theory test and
test of skills and
behaviour.
• Simply re-sit and pass
the test of skills and
behaviour.
1. Who is responsible for • The VRT tester. You, the driver.
12.11 ensuring that a vehicle • Your mechanic.
is fully road worthy • Nobody in particular.
when driven on a • You, the driver.
public road?
(Mark one answer)

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1. At the scene of an • Not put yourself at risk Not put yourself at risk
13.1 accident you should: • Go to those casualties
MC (Mark one answer) who are screaming
• Pull everybody out of
their vehicles
• Leave vehicle engines
switched on
1. You are the first to • Leave as soon as Switch off the vehicle engine(s)
13.2 arrive at the scene of another motorist arrives Move uninjured people away from the
MC an accident. Which • Switch off the vehicle vehicle(s)
FOUR of these should engine(s) Call the emergency services
you do? • Move uninjured people Warn other traffic
(Mark four answers) away from the vehicle(s)
• Call the emergency
services
• Warn other traffic
1. You are the first • Switch on your own Switch on your own hazard warning lights
13.3 person to arrive at an hazard warning lights Make sure that someone telephones for an
accident where people • Make sure that someone ambulance
are badly injured. telephones for an Get people who are not injured clear of the
Which THREE should ambulance scene
you do? • Try and get people who
(Mark three answers) are injured to drink
something
• Move the people who are
injured clear of their
vehicles
• Get people who are not
injured clear of the scene
1. You arrive at the • Only when it is essential Only when it is essential
13.4 scene of a motorcycle • Always straight away
MC accident. The rider is • Only when the
injured. When should motorcyclist asks
the helmet be • Always, unless they are
removed? in shock
(Mark one answer)
1. You arrive at a serious • Try to stop the bleeding Try to stop the bleeding
13.5 motorcycle accident. • Make a list of witnesses Check the casualty’s breathing
MC The motorcyclist is • Check the casualty’s Check the casualty’s airways
unconscious and breathing
bleeding. Your main • Take the numbers of the
priorities should be to: vehicles involved
(Mark three answer) • Sweep up any loose
debris
• Check the casualty’s
airways
1. You arrive at an • Breathing Breathing
13.6 accident. A • Bleeding
MC motorcyclist is • Broken bones
unconscious. Your • Bruising
FIRST priority is the
casualty’s
(Mark one answer)
1. At an accident a • Circulation Circulation
13.7 casualty is • Airway Airway
MC unconscious. Which • Shock Breathing
THREE of the • Breathing
following should you • Broken bones
check urgently?
(Mark three answers)
1. In first aid what does • Airway Airway
13.8 ABC stand for? • Bleeding Breathing
(Mark three answers) • Conscious Circulation
• Breathing
• Circulation
• Alert
1. At an accident • Sweep up the broken Check the airway is clear
13.9 someone is glass Make sure they are breathing
MC unconscious. Your • Take the names of Stop any heavy bleeding
main priorities should witness
be to: • Count the number of
(Mark three answers) vehicles involved
• Check the airway is clear
• Make sure they are
breathing
• Stop any heavy bleeding
1. Which of the following • Warn other traffic by Offer someone a cigarette to calm them down
13.10 should you NOT do at switching on your hazard Give them an alcoholic drink
MC the scene of an warning lights
accident? • Call the emergency
(Mark two answers) services immediately
• Offer someone a
cigarette to calm them
down
• Give them an alcoholic
drink
• Ask drivers to switch off
their engines
1. There has been an • Give them a drink Reassure them
13.11 accident. The driver is • Reassure them Not leave them alone
MC suffering from shock. • Not leave them alone
You should: • Offer them a cigarette
(Mark two answers) • Ask who caused the
accident
1. You are at the scene • Offer them a cigarette Keep them warm
13.12 of an accident. • Offer them a warm drink Loosen any tight clothing
MC Someone is suffering • Keep them warm Reassure them constantly
from shock. You • Loosen any tight clothing
should: • Reassure them
(Mark three answers) constantly
1. You arrive at the • Move the rider out of the Warn other traffic
13.13 scene of a motorcycle road
MC accident. No other • Warn other traffic
vehicle is involved. • Clear the road of debris
The rider is • Give the rider
unconscious, lying in reassurance
the middle of the road.
The first thing you
should do is:
(Mark one answer)
1. At an accident a small • Sharply Gently
13.14 child is not breathing. • Gently
MC When giving a mouth • Heavily
to mouth you should • Rapidly
breathe
(Mark one answer)
1. To start mouth to • Tilt their head forward Clear the airway
13.15 mouth on a casualty • Clear the airway Tilt their head back
MC you should: • Turn them on their side Pinch the nostrils together
(Mark three answers) • Tilt their head back
• Pinch the nostrils
together
• Put their arms across
their chest
1. You arrive at the • Douse the burn Remove anything sticking to the burn
13.16 scene of an accident. thoroughly with cool
MC There has been an liquid
engine fire and • Lay the casualty down
someone’s hands and • Remove anything
arms have been burnt. sticking to the burn
You should NOT: • Reassure them
(Mark one answer) constantly
1. You arrive at an • Apply lotions to the injury Douse the burns with cool liquid
13.17 accident where • Burst any blisters
MC someone is suffering • Remove anything stuck
from severe burns. to the burns
You should: • Douse the burns with
(Mark one answer) cool liquid
1. You arrive at the • Dab the wound to stop Apply firm pressure to the wound
13.18 scene of an accident. bleeding Raise the leg to lessen bleeding
MC A pedestrian has a • Keep both legs flat on
severe bleeding the ground
wound on their leg, • Apply firm pressure to
although it is not the wound
broken. What should • Raise the leg to lessen
you do? bleeding
(Mark two answer) • Fetch them a warm drink
1. You arrive at a scene • Apply pressure over the Apply pressure over the wound and raise the
13.19 of an accident. A wound and keep the arm arm
MC passenger is bleeding down
badly from an arm • Dab the wound
wound. What should • Get them a drink
you do? • Apply pressure over the
(Mark one answer) wound and raise the arm
1. At an accident a • An ambulance is on its There is further danger
13.20 casualty is way
MC unconscious but still • Bystanders advise you to
breathing. You should • There is further danger
only move them if • Bystanders will help you
(Mark one answer) to
1. At an accident you • Offer them a drink Not move them
13.21 suspect a casualty has • Not move them
MC back injuries. The area • Raise their legs
is safe. You should: • Offer them a cigarette
(Mark one answer)
1. For which TWO should • When you slow down When you slow down quickly because of a
13.22 you use hazard- quickly because of a hazard ahead
warning lights? hazard ahead When you have broken down
(Mark two answers) • When you have broken
down
• When you wish to stop
on double yellow lines
• When you need to park
on the pavement
1. For which THREE • When you are parking in When you are temporarily obstructing traffic
13.23 should you use your a restricted area To warn following traffic of a hazard ahead
hazard warning lights? • When you are When you have broken down
(Mark three answers) temporarily obstructing
traffic
• To warn following traffic
of a hazard ahead
• When you have broken
down
• When only stopping for a
short time
1. When should you • When you cannot avoid When you cannot avoid causing an obstruction
13.24 switch on your hazard causing an obstruction
warning lights? • When you are driving
(Mark one answer) slowly due to bad
weather
• When you are towing a
broken down vehicle
• When you are parked on
double yellow lines
1. The police may ask • Vehicle registration Vehicle registration document
13.25 you to produce which document Driving licence
three of these • Driving licence Insurance certificate
documents following • Theory test certificate
an accident? • Insurance certificate
(Mark three answers) • VRT test certificate
• Road tax disc
1. Your tyre bursts while • Pull on the handbrake Pull up slowly at the side of the road
13.26 you are driving. Which • Brake as quickly as Hold the steering wheel firmly to keep control
TWO things should possible
you do? • Pull up slowly at the side
(Mark two answers) of the road
• Hold the steering wheel
firmly to keep control
• Continue on at a normal
speed
1. Which TWO things • Apply the handbrake to Let the vehicle roll to a stop
13.27 should you do when a stop the vehicle Grip the steering wheel firmly
front tyre bursts? • Brake firmly and quickly
(Mark two answers) • Let the vehicle roll to a
stop
• Hold the steering wheel
lightly
• Grip the steering wheel
firmly
1. On the dual • To answer a mobile When an emergency arises
13.28 carriageway the hard phone
MC shoulder should be • When an emergency
used arises
(Mark one answer) • For a short rest when
tired
• To check a road atlas

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1. Overloading your • Gearbox Steering
14.1 vehicle can seriously • Steering Handling
affect the • Handling
(Mark two answers) • Battery life
• Journey time
1. Who is responsible for • The driver or rider of the The driver or rider of the vehicle
14.2 making sure that a vehicle
vehicle is not • The owner of the items
overloaded? being carried
(Mark one answer) • The person who loaded
the vehicle
• The owner of the vehicle
1. Any load that is carried • Securely fastened when Securely fastened when driving
14.3 on a roof rack MUST driving
be: • Carried only when strictly
(Mark one answer) necessary
• As light as possible
• Covered with plastic
sheeting
1. A heavy load on your • Improve the road holding Reduce stability
14.4 roof rack will: • Reduce the stopping
(Mark one answer) distance
• Make the steering lighter
• Reduce stability
1. What do child locks in • Lock the seat belt Stop children from opening rear doors
14.5 a vehicle do? buckles in place
(Mark one answer) • Lock the rear windows in
the up position
• Stop children from
opening rear doors
• Stop the rear seats from
tipping forward