Theory Mock Tests

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Mock Tests

Mock Test 1

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

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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: Safety and your Vehicle

If you have no choice but to leave valuables in your car, what should you do with them?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

Which of the following road markings shows a hazard warning line?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

Why are vehicle mirrors often slightly curved (convex)?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

A police officer is making this signal to oncoming traffic. What does this mean?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What is the meaning of this sign?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

You are in a queue of traffic waiting to turn right into a side road. As you reach the front of the queue, why is it important to check your right mirror just before turning?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

You are travelling on a country road with no pavements. What should you anticipate finding on the road?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

What is meant if this light comes on while driving?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What kind of sign tells you what you must not do?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What shape are traffic signs giving orders?

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Category: Rules of the Road

On a dual carriageway, what is the speed limit for towing a caravan?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

What makes a toucan crossing unique from other types of crossing?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What is meant by this sign?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

You are driving in busy traffic and wish to pull up on the left just after a junction. When is best to signal?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean on the motorway?

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Category: Motorway Rules

You have had a vehicle breakdown on the motorway but are unable to get to the hard shoulder. What should you immediately do?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

Why are place names painted onto the roads surface?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

Your eyesight has deteriorated and you are no longer able to meet the minimum eyesight requirements for a driver. Who should you contact?

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Category: Motorway Rules

When you are travelling on the motorway, the car in front shows its hazard lights for a short period of time. What does this mean?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What information do red triangle signs show?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

You have stopped your vehicle at the side of the road and will be waiting there for some time. What must 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

Your vehicle will be fitted with a catalytic converter. What is the purpose of this?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

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: 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: Rules of the Road

Which road users can use toucan crossings?

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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: Safety and your Vehicle

What is the legal minimum car tyre tread depth?

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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: Road and Traffic Signs

Where would you find this road marking?

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Category: Other types of Vehicle

What should you do in this situation?

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Category: Rules of the Road

When are you permitted to drive over a pavement?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

What vehicle type will use an amber flashing beacon on a dual carriageway?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

You are driving through a town and there is a bus at a stop on the other side of the road. Why do you need to be careful?

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Category: Motorway Rules

Where can amber reflective studs be found on a motorway?

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Category: Rules of the Road

You are driving at night with your main beam headlights on, when a car overtakes you. When should you dip your headlights?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

What makes the vehicle pictured environmentally friendly?

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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 meant by this sign?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What is the speed limit on a single carriageway road displaying this sign?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

You are struggling to find a parking space in a busy town. Are you permitted to park on the zigzag lines of a zebra crossing?

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Category: Road and Traffic Signs

What does this sign mean?

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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: Motorway Rules

You've had a vehicle breakdown on the hard shoulder but have now had a repair. How should you rejoin the main carriageway?

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Mock Test 2

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Category: Vehicle Handling

Which of the following will affect your vehicle's stopping distance?

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Category: Incidents, accidents and emergencies

You're involved in a collision that causes damage to another vehicle. What information should you share with the other driver?

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Category: Essential Documents

What is legally required of a newly qualified driver?

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Category: Vehicle Loading

You are towing a trailer and it begins to swing from side to side. What should you do?

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Category: Safety Margins

What should you do to control the speed of your vehicle when you're going down a steep hill?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

How can you reduce your risk of involvement in accidents or collisions when you have just passed your driving test?

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Category: Alertness

What is meant by the term "blind spot"?

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Category: Safety Margins

You're overtaking a motorcyclist on a windy day, what should you ensure you do?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

How can you avoid wasting fuel?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

You are turning left into a side road. What hazard should you be especially aware of?

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Category: Attitude

You reach a crossroads that is unmarked. What should you do?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

What might result in uneven or excessive tyre wear?

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Category: Vehicle Handling

You are on a road with road humps and the driver in front is travelling slower than you. What must you do?

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Category: Incidents, accidents and emergencies

An injured motorcyclist is lying unconscious in the road. The traffic has stopped and there’s no further danger. What could you do to help?

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Category: Vehicle Handling

What should you do when travelling along a road with a series of humps?

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Category: Attitude

At which type of crossing are cyclists permitted to ride across while pedestrians are crossing?

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Category: Alertness

Why should headlights be used when it starts to get dark?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

When there are traffic-calming measures in place, how should you drive?

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Category: Incidents, accidents and emergencies

At an incident, how could you help a casualty who has stopped breathing?

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Category: Other types of Vehicle

You are driving on a wet road in heavy traffic and there is a lot of surface spray. Which lights should you use?

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Category: Essential Documents

For how long is a Statutory Off-Road Notification (SORN) valid?

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Category: Alertness

What does the above arrow road marking mean?

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Category: Safety and your Vehicle

What is achieved by driving in a fuel-efficient manner?

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Category: Vehicle Handling

What must you do when visibility improves after driving in fog?

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Category: Incidents, accidents and emergencies

Something has collided. A motorcyclist lies unconscious and injured. Why should you take off their helmet only when absolutely necessary?

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Category: Vehicle Handling

When is it okay to wait in a box junction?

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Category: Motorway Rules

What colour are the reflective studs on a motorway that run between the left-hand lane and the hard shoulder?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

A moving vehicle ahead is showing a flashing amber beacon. What does this signal?

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Category: Rules of the Road

The road has no signs indicating the speed limit. In general, how is a 30 mph limit indicated?

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Category: Vehicle Loading

Your trailer has a Maximum Authorised Mass (MAM) of 3,500kg. What does this mean?

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Category: Safety Margins

What is essential before beginning a journey in foggy conditions?

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Category: Incidents, accidents and emergencies

There has been an incident and there are injured people. How can you help them whilst waiting for emergency services?

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Category: Essential Documents

Who is responsible for paying the tax on a vehicle?

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Category: Alertness

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

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Category: Incidents, accidents and emergencies

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

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Category: Hazard Awareness

What effects does alcohol have on how you drive?

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Category: Vehicle Handling

What is the purpose of using traffic-calming measures?

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Category: Vulnerable Road Users

What should you do if you are dazzled by the vehicle behind when driving at night?

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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: Vehicle Handling

Why should your rear fog lights not be used in good conditions?

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Category: Alertness

You are approaching a set of traffic lights which have been green for a while. What should you do?

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Category: Vehicle Handling

It may be dangerous to keep the clutch down or select neutral for long periods of time when driving. Why is this?

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Category: Attitude

There is a pelican crossing and the amber light is flashing. What must you do?

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Category: Vehicle Handling

How will heavy rain affect your overall stopping distance?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

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

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Category: Safety Margins

You see this sign when driving along a country road. After dealing with the hazard safely, what should you do?

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Category: Safety Margins

You are travelling in a built-up area. Road humps have been used as a traffic-calming measure, how should you approach these?

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Category: Attitude

You are driving a diesel engine car, what can be caused by a loose filler cap on your fuel tank?

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Category: Safety Margins

How can the engine of your car be used as a brake?

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Category: Hazard Awareness

Theory question 286 | practice theory with cf14 School Of Motoring

You are driving on a three-lane motorway and wish to overtake a slow-moving lorry in the middle lane showing this sign. How should you do this?

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The average score is 61%

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