Theory Test Quiz

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Why not have a go at our Theory Test quiz and try your hand at some official revision questions.

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In which of these situations should you avoid overtaking? (Mark 1 answer)

a) Just after a bend

b) Approaching a dip in the road

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c) On a 30 mph road d) In a one-way street

In good conditions, what is the typical stopping distance at 70 mph? (Mark 1 answer)

a) 53 metres (175 feet) b) 60 metres (197 feet)

c) 73 metres (240 feet) d) 96 metres (315 feet)

Following a collision someone has suffered a burn. The burn needs to be cooled. What is the shortest time it should be cooled for? (Mark 1 answer)

a) 15 minutes b) 5 minutes

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c) 20 minutes d) 10 minutes

What is the maximum specified fine for driving without insurance? (Mark 1 answer)

a) £500 b) £50

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c) £1000 d) £5000

What does this sign mean? (Mark 1 answer)

a) Minimum speed 30 mph

b) End of

maximum speed

c) Maximum speed 30 mph

d) End of

minimum speed

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Overloading your vehicle can seriously affect the (Mark 2 answers)

a) Gearbox b) Battery life c) Handling

d) Steering e) Journey time

You MUST obey signs giving orders. These signs are mostly in (Mark 1 answer)

a) Red circles b) Green rectangles

c) Blue rectangles d) Red triangles

You are about to overtake a slow-moving motorcyclist. Which one of these signs would make you take special care? (Mark 1 answer)

a)

b)

c)

d)

You are driving on a motorway. You have to slow down quickly due to a hazard. You should (Mark 1 answer)

a) Sound your horn

b) Switch on your headlights

c) Switch on your hazard lights

d) Flash your headlights

If your vehicle uses diesel fuel, take extra care when refuelling. Diesel fuel when spilt is (Mark 1 answer)

a) Slippery b) Sticky

c) Clear d) Odourless

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* Source: DSA Annual Report 2010/11. Crown Copyright material has been reproduced by permission of the Driving Standards Agency, which does not accept any responsibility for the accuracy of the reproduction.

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