Question 1 of 95

1. 5.40You are driving towards this level crossing.
What would be the first warning of an
approaching train?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 1 of 95

Question 2 of 95

2. 5.36Why should you be especially cautious
when going past this stationary bus?

 

 

Mark two answers

Question 2 of 95

Question 3 of 95

3. Hazard warning lights should be used when
vehicles are

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 3 of 95

Question 4 of 95

4. You are waiting to emerge at a junction.
Your view is restricted by parked vehicles.
What can help you to see traffic on the road
you are joining?

 

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 4 of 95

Question 5 of 95

5. 5.19What should the driver of the red car
(arrowed) do?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 5 of 95

Question 6 of 95

6. You start to feel tired while driving. What
should you do?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 6 of 95

Question 7 of 95

7. You are approaching crossroads. The traffic
lights have failed. What should you do?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 7 of 95

Question 8 of 95

8. You are following a slower-moving vehicle
on a narrow country road. There is a
junction just ahead on the right. What
should you do?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 8 of 95

Question 9 of 95

9. 5.17The red lights are flashing. What should you
do when approaching this level crossing?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 9 of 95

Question 10 of 95

10. 5.1Where would you expect to see these
markers?

 

Mark two answers

Question 10 of 95

Question 11 of 95

11. Which THREE of these are likely effects of
drinking alcohol?

 

Mark three answers

Question 11 of 95

Question 12 of 95

12. 5.25What is the main hazard the driver of the red
car (arrowed) should be aware of?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 12 of 95

Question 13 of 95

13. 5.42While driving, you see this sign ahead. You
should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 13 of 95

Question 14 of 95

14. When may you use hazard warning lights?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 14 of 95

Question 15 of 95

15. In areas where there are ‘traffic calming’
measures you should

 

Mark one answer

Question 15 of 95

Question 16 of 95

16. Driving long distances can be tiring. You can
prevent this by

 

 

Mark three answers

Question 16 of 95

Question 17 of 95

17. 5.4What should the driver of the car
approaching the crossing do?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 17 of 95

Question 18 of 95

18. 5.39What does the solid white line at the side of
the road indicate?

 

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 18 of 95

Question 19 of 95

19. 5.82You want to turn left at this junction. The
view of the main road is restricted. What
should you do?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 19 of 95

Question 20 of 95

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

 

Mark one answer

Question 20 of 95

Question 21 of 95

21. You have been involved in an argument
before starting your journey. This has made
you feel angry. You should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 21 of 95

Question 22 of 95

22. 5.21What should you do as you approach this
overhead bridge?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 22 of 95

Question 23 of 95

23. 5.2What is the main hazard shown in this
picture?

 

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 23 of 95

Question 24 of 95

24. 5.23You see this sign on the rear of a slowmoving
lorry that you want to pass. It is
travelling in the middle lane of a three-lane
motorway. You should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 24 of 95

Question 25 of 95

25. You are about to drive home. You cannot
find the glasses you need to wear. You
should

 

Mark one answer

Question 25 of 95

Question 26 of 95

26. 5.26This yellow sign on a vehicle indicates this is

 

Mark one answer

Question 26 of 95

Question 27 of 95

27. You are on a dual carriageway. Ahead you
see a vehicle with an amber flashing light.
What could this be?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 27 of 95

Question 28 of 95

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

 

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 28 of 95

Question 29 of 95

29. 5.47What might you expect to happen in this
situation?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 29 of 95

Question 30 of 95

30. You find that you need glasses to read
vehicle number plates at the required
distance. When MUST you wear them?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 30 of 95

Question 31 of 95

31. You are about to return home from holiday
when you become ill. A doctor prescribes
drugs which are likely to affect your driving.
You should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 31 of 95

Question 32 of 95

32. If you are feeling tired it is best to stop as
soon as you can. Until then you should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 32 of 95

Question 33 of 95

33. 5.45You are driving at 60 mph. As you approach
this hazard you should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 33 of 95

Question 34 of 95

34. You are driving on a motorway. The traffic
ahead is braking sharply because of an
incident. How could you warn traffic behind
you?

 

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 34 of 95

Question 35 of 95

35. 5.8Why must you take extra care when turning
right at this junction?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 35 of 95

Question 36 of 95

36. After passing your driving test, you suffer
from ill health. This affects your driving. You
MUST

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 36 of 95

Question 37 of 95

37. Which TWO things would help to keep you
alert during a long journey?

 

 

Mark two answers

Question 37 of 95

Question 38 of 95

38. You are on a motorway. You feel tired. You
should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 38 of 95

Question 39 of 95

39. 5.14You have just passed these warning lights.
What hazard would you expect to see next?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 39 of 95

Question 40 of 95

40. You feel drowsy when driving. You should

 

 

Mark two answers

Question 40 of 95

Question 41 of 95

41. Why are place names painted on the road
surface?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 41 of 95

Question 42 of 95

42. 5.9What type of vehicle could you expect to
meet in the middle of the road?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 42 of 95

Question 43 of 95

43. 5.5What THREE things should the driver of the
grey car (arrowed) be especially aware of?

 

 

Mark three answers

Question 43 of 95

Question 44 of 95

44. 5.45You should reduce your speed when driving
along this road because

 

Mark one answer

Question 44 of 95

Question 45 of 95

45. 5.48You are driving on a road with several lanes.
You see these signs above the lanes. What
do they mean?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 45 of 95

Question 46 of 95

46. 5.9When approaching this bridge you should
give way to

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 46 of 95

Question 47 of 95

47. You are driving along a motorway and
become tired. You should

 

 

Mark two answers

Question 47 of 95

Question 48 of 95

48. Some two-way roads are divided into three
lanes. Why are these particularly
dangerous?

 

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 48 of 95

Question 49 of 95

49. Your doctor has given you a course of
medicine. Why should you ask how it will
affect you?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 49 of 95

Question 50 of 95

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

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 50 of 95

Question 51 of 95

51. 5.31When approaching this hazard why should
you slow down?

 

 

Mark two answers

Question 51 of 95

Question 52 of 95

52. You have been taking medicine for a few
days which made you feel drowsy. Today
you feel better but still need to take the
medicine. You should only drive

 

Mark one answer

Question 52 of 95

Question 53 of 95

53. As a driver you find that your eyesight has
become very poor. Your optician says they
cannot help you. The law says that you
should tell

 

Mark one answer

Question 53 of 95

Question 54 of 95

54. When should you use hazard warning
lights?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 54 of 95

Question 55 of 95

55. 5.43When the traffic lights change to green the
white car should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 55 of 95

Question 56 of 95

56. You are planning a long journey. Do you
need to plan rest stops?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 56 of 95

Question 57 of 95

57. 5.49You are invited to a pub lunch. You know
that you will have to drive in the evening.
What is your best course of action?

 

Mark one answer

Question 57 of 95

Question 58 of 95

58. 5.41You are behind this cyclist. When the traffic
lights change, what should you do?

 

Mark one answer

Question 58 of 95

Question 59 of 95

59. 5.65You are driving along this road. The driver
on the left is reversing from a driveway. You
should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 59 of 95

Question 60 of 95

60. 5.43You intend to turn left at the traffic lights.
Just before turning you should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 60 of 95

Question 61 of 95

61. 5.88The traffic ahead of you in the left-hand lane
is slowing. You should

 

Mark two answers

Question 61 of 95

Question 62 of 95

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

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 62 of 95

Question 63 of 95

63. 5.69You have just been overtaken by this
motorcyclist who is cutting in sharply. You
should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 63 of 95

Question 64 of 95

64. 5.11At this blind junction you must stop

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 64 of 95

Question 65 of 95

65. Drinking any amount of alcohol is likely to

 

 

Mark three answers

Question 65 of 95

Question 66 of 95

66. You think the driver of the vehicle in front
has forgotten to cancel their right indicator.
You should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 66 of 95

Question 67 of 95

67. 5.3Which road user has caused a hazard?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 67 of 95

Question 68 of 95

68. Why are mirrors often slightly curved
(convex)?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 68 of 95

Question 69 of 95

69. What else can seriously affect your
concentration, other than alcoholic drinks?

 

 

Mark three answers

Question 69 of 95

Question 70 of 95

70. How does alcohol affect you?

 

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 70 of 95

Question 71 of 95

71. As a provisional licence holder, you must not
drive a motor car

 

 

Mark two answers

Question 71 of 95

Question 72 of 95

72. 5.35What does this signal from a police officer
mean to oncoming traffic?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 72 of 95

Question 73 of 95

73. 5.7You are approaching this cyclist. You should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 73 of 95

Question 74 of 95

74. A driver does something that upsets you.
You should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 74 of 95

Question 75 of 95

75. 5.63You take the wrong route and find you are
on a one-way street. You should

 

Mark one answer

Question 75 of 95

Question 76 of 95

76. When driving a car fitted with automatic
transmission what would you use ‘kick
down’ for?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 76 of 95

Question 77 of 95

77. An elderly person’s driving ability could be
affected because they may be unable to

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 77 of 95

Question 78 of 95

78. Overtaking is a major cause of collisions. In
which THREE of these situations should you
NOT overtake?

 

 

Mark three answers

Question 78 of 95

Question 79 of 95

79. 5.94Why should the junction on the left be kept
clear?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 79 of 95

Question 80 of 95

80. 5.6You see this sign ahead. You should expect
the road to

 

Mark one answer

Question 80 of 95

Question 81 of 95

81. You are about to drive home. You feel very
tired and have a severe headache. You
should

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 81 of 95

Question 82 of 95

82. 5.87You are driving towards this left-hand bend.
What dangers should you be aware of?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 82 of 95

Question 83 of 95

83. What advice should you give to a driver who
has had a few alcoholic drinks at a party?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 83 of 95

Question 84 of 95

84. 5.86You are driving along this motorway. It is
raining. When following this lorry you should

 

 

Mark two answers

Question 84 of 95

Question 85 of 95

85. You are not sure if your cough medicine will
affect you. What TWO things should you
do?

 

 

Mark two answers

Question 85 of 95

Question 86 of 95

86. During periods of illness your ability to drive
may be impaired. You MUST

 

 

Mark two answers

Question 86 of 95

Question 87 of 95

87. Which THREE result from drinking alcohol?

 

 

Mark three answers

Question 87 of 95

Question 88 of 95

88. For which of these may you use hazard
warning lights?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 88 of 95

Question 89 of 95

89. 5.27What TWO main hazards should you be
aware of when going along this street?

 

 

Mark two answers

Question 89 of 95

Question 90 of 95

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

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 90 of 95

Question 91 of 95

91. Your motorway journey seems boring and
you feel drowsy. What should you do?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 91 of 95

Question 92 of 95

92. 5.28What is the main hazard you should be
aware of when following this cyclist?

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 92 of 95

Question 93 of 95

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

 

Mark one answer

Question 93 of 95

Question 94 of 95

94. Which THREE are likely to make you lose
concentration while driving?

 

 

Mark three answers

Question 94 of 95

Question 95 of 95

95. A driver’s behaviour has upset you. It may
help if you

 

 

Mark one answer

Question 95 of 95