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Mock Tests

Mock Test 1

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

You have parked up your vehicle and will be leaving it unattended. What should you do?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

Where would you see this sign?

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Category: Rules of the Road

When is it essential that you stop your vehicle?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What is meant by this sign on a motorway?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

You wish to reverse into a side road but there are pedestrians waiting to cross. What should you do?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

How can you reduce your fuel consumption?

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Category: Rules of the Road

You are travelling alone a road that is wide enough for one vehicle. Another car is coming towards you, what should you do?

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Category: Rules of the Road

You are looking for somewhere to park at night-time. When are you permitted to park on the right-hand side of the road?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

You are driving along and a driver pulls out of a side road in front of you, causing you to brake hard. What should you do?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

You are approaching a roundabout, following a cyclist. They signal to turn right, what must you do?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

You are driving a friend's children who are both under 14 home from school. Who is responsible for ensuring they wear a seat belt or appropriate child restraint?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

Your doctor has prescribed medication that is likely to affect your driving. What should you do?

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Category: Motorway Rules

On a three lane motorway, there are red reflective studs on your left and white ones on your right. Which lane are you in?

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Category: Rules of the Road

You are approaching a box junction and wish to turn right. There is oncoming traffic, what should you do?

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Category: Rules of the Road

You see this sign when you wish to park. On the days and times shown, what should you do?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

You need to leave your vehicle unattended for a few minutes. What should you do?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

Which sign means 'no stopping'?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What do traffic signs that give orders look like?

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Category: Rules of the Road

What do these markers mean?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

A vehicle MOT test will include an exhaust emissions test. What is the reason for this?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

You are driving and need to use the brakes. When you do so, the vehicle pulls to one side. What should you do?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

It is a good idea to plan your journey ahead to avoid busy times on the roads. What is the main reason for this?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

Why should you overtake a cyclist with as much room as a car?

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Category: Motorway Rules

You have to stop your vehicle on the hard shoulder of the motorway to use the emergency telephone. Where should you wait for help to arrive?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What information do red triangle signs show?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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Category: Rules of the Road

When are you permitted to stop on an urban clearway?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

The two cyclists you are following approach a roundabout in the left-hand lane. Where would you be expecting the cyclists to go?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

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Category: Motorway Rules

Your vehicle has broken down on the motorway. You need to walk to find the nearest emergency telephone, which direction should you walk in?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

Which type of glasses would make driving at night more challenging?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What is the meaning of this sign?

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Category: Motorway Rules

When travelling along a motorway, where would you expect to find a crawler or climbing lane?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

What can help you to ensure your car is safe and secure?

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Category: Rules of the Road

Which road users can use toucan crossings?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

Before taking any medicine you should always check the leaflet. Why is this?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

You are waiting at a traffic light behind a cyclist. When the lights turn green, what should you do?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

You are at a railway level crossing and a train has gone by. What should you do if the red lights continue to flash?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

Why should this road marking be kept clear?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

Which sign indicates there is a double bend ahead?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

After turning at a junction you should ensure your indicators are cancelled promptly. Why is this?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

Which of these signs shows you are entering a one-way system?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What is meant by this sign?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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The average score is 61%

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Mock Test 2

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Category: Vehicle Handling

Why are rear fog lights fitted to vehicles?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

Your battery's fluid level is low. Which fluid is best for topping it off?

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Category: Attitude

A person herding sheep has asked you to stop. What should you do?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

How can you plan you route before starting a long journey?

 

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

What is the proper way to get rid of an old car battery?

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Category: Motorway Rules

When are you permitted to stop on a motorway?

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Category: Vehicle Loading

Sometimes you may need to increase your tyre pressure to above the normal value. When would this be necessary?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

How can you reduce the chances of your car being broken into when leaving it unattended?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

How can you deter thieves from stealing your vehicle?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean? - Theory Test Monster

What does a brown road sign mean?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

You've just had a disagreement that has made you feel angry. Before you start your journey, what must you do?

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Category: Vehicle Handling

In what circumstance may you overtake a vehicle on the left?

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Category: Motorway Rules

How do smart motorways avoid traffic clustering?

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Category: Motorway Rules

When should the left-hand lane of a motorway be used?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

Which of the following is the most vulnerable road user?

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Category: Safety Margins

As you approach a right-hand bend, you should keep well to the left. Why is this?

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Category: Attitude

When should you flash your headlights at other drivers on the road?

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Category: Attitude

You are driving on a wet road. What is the minimum time gap you should leave when following a vehicle?

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Category: Safety Margins

What is the most common cause of skidding on the roads?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

You can see elderly people crossing up ahead. What should you do?

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Category: Vehicle Handling

Why should you keep well back from vehicles ahead when driving in fog?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

You are following a learner driver and they stall at a junction. What should you do?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

In what way should you respond to a novice driver?

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Category: Alertness

When will your windscreen pillars become a serious obstruction to your view?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

You are driving at night and see a pedestrian wearing reflective clothing and carrying a bright red light. What does this mean?

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Category: Attitude

There are pedestrians on a puffin crossing ahead, and the crossing shows a red light. When will this light change?

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Category: Alertness

The windscreen pillar is restricting your view when waiting to emerge from a junction. What should you be especially cautious of?

28 / 50

Category: Hazard Awareness

What impact might age have on an elderly person's ability to drive?

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Category: Attitude

You wish to turn right on a one-way street which has two lanes. Where should you position yourself?

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Category: Incidents, accidents and emergencies

At an incident, it’s important to look after any casualties. What should you do with them when the area is safe?

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Category: Vehicle Handling

After fog has cleared, it can be dangerous to leave your rear fog lights switched on. What is the reason for this?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What is meant by a red traffic light?

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Category: Essential Documents

When does your vehicle registration document need to be updated?

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Category: Vehicle Loading

Your trailer has begun to snake and swerve. What should you do?

35 / 50

Category: Safety Margins

You are driving in fog with your headlights on dipped beam. How can you reduce chances of collision when following other vehicles?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

What might result in uneven or excessive tyre wear?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

This junction, controlled by traffic lights, has a marked area between two stop lines. What’s this for?

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Category: Vehicle Handling

It is poor technique to coast whilst travelling downhill. Why is this?

39 / 50

Category: Safety Margins

You need to move off and you are on a snowy surface. What can you do to make this easier?

40 / 50

Category: Motorway Rules

Which lane on a three-lane motorway should you take if there is no oncoming traffic?

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Category: Alertness

Why should you stay a fair distance behind when following a large vehicle?

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Category: Other types of Vehicle

It is harder to overtake a large vehicle than a car. Why is this?

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Category: Alertness

What does the above arrow road marking mean?

44 / 50

Category: Incidents, accidents and emergencies

At an incident, someone is suffering from severe burns. How could you help them?

45 / 50

Category: Essential Documents

When will a brand new car require its first MOT test?

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Category: Alertness

You need to reverse but cannot see clearly. What should you do?

47 / 50

Category: Rules of the Road

On a single carriageway, what is the national speed limit for cars and motorcycles?

48 / 50

Category: Rules of the Road

If you are turning right onto a dual carriageway, and the central reservation is too narrow to contain your vehicle, what should you do?

49 / 50

Category: Safety Margins

You are travelling along the motorway and the vehicle behind is following incredibly closely. How can you lower the risk of collision?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

If you turn the steering wheel while the car is not moving, what could get damaged?

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The average score is 58%

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