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- Question 1 of 96
Where would you expect to see these
These markers must be fitted to vehicles
over 13 metres long, large goods vehicles,
and rubbish skips placed in the road. They
are reflective to make them easier to see in
- Question 2 of 96
What is the main hazard shown in this
Look at the picture carefully and try to
imagine you’re there. The cyclist in this
picture appears to be trying to cross the
road. You must be able to deal with the
unexpected, especially when you’re
approaching a hazardous junction. Look
well ahead to give yourself time to deal with
- Question 3 of 96
Which road user has caused a hazard?CorrectIncorrect
The car arrowed A is parked within the area
marked by zigzag lines at the pedestrian
crossing. Parking here is illegal. It also
• blocks the view for pedestrians wishing
to cross the road
• restricts the view of the crossing for
- Question 4 of 96
What should the driver of the car
approaching the crossing do?CorrectIncorrect
Look well ahead to see if any hazards are
developing. This will give you more time to
deal with them in the correct way. The man
in the picture is clearly intending to cross
the road. You should be travelling at a
speed that allows you to check your mirror,
slow down and stop in good time. You
shouldn’t have to brake harshly.
- Question 5 of 96
What THREE things should the driver of the
grey car (arrowed) be especially aware of?CorrectIncorrect
You need to be aware that other road users
may not have seen you. Always be on the
lookout for hazards that may develop
suddenly and need you to take avoiding
- Question 6 of 96
You see this sign ahead. You should expect
the road toCorrectIncorrect
Adjust your speed in good time and select
the correct gear for your speed. Going too
fast into the bend could cause you to lose
Braking late and harshly while changing
direction reduces your vehicle’s grip on the
road, and is likely to cause a skid.
- Question 7 of 96
You are approaching this cyclist. You shouldCorrectIncorrect
Keep well back and allow the cyclist room
to take up the correct position for the turn.
Don’t get too close behind or try to
- Question 8 of 96
Why must you take extra care when turning
right at this junction?CorrectIncorrect
You may have to pull forward slowly until
you can see up and down the road. Be
aware that the traffic approaching the
junction can’t see you either. If you don’t
know that it’s clear, don’t go.
- Question 9 of 96
When approaching this bridge you should
give way toCorrectIncorrect
A double-deck bus or high-sided lorry will
have to take up a position in the centre of
the road so that it can clear the bridge.
There is normally a sign to indicate this.
Look well down the road, through the
bridge and be aware you may have to stop
and give way to an oncoming large vehicle.
- Question 10 of 96
What type of vehicle could you expect to
meet in the middle of the road?CorrectIncorrect
The highest point of the bridge is in the
centre so a large vehicle might have to
move to the centre of the road to allow it
enough room to pass under the bridge
- Question 11 of 96
At this blind junction you must stopCorrectIncorrect
The ‘stop’ sign has been put here because
there is a poor view into the main road. You
must stop because it will not be possible to
assess the situation on the move, however
slowly you are travelling.
- Question 12 of 96
A driver pulls out of a side road in front of
you. You have to brake hard. You shouldCorrectIncorrect
Where there are a number of side roads,
be alert. Be especially careful if there are a
lot of parked vehicles because they can
make it more difficult for drivers emerging
to see you. Try to be tolerant if a vehicle
does emerge and you have to brake
quickly. Don’t react aggressively.
- Question 13 of 96
An elderly person’s driving ability could be
affected because they may be unable toCorrectIncorrect
Be tolerant of older drivers. Poor eyesight
and hearing could affect the speed with
which they react to a hazard and may
cause them to be hesitant.
- Question 14 of 96
These lights warn that children may be
crossing the road to a nearby school. Slow
down so that you’re ready to stop if
- Question 15 of 96
You are planning a long journey. Do you
need to plan rest stops?CorrectIncorrect
Try to plan your journey so that you can
take rest stops. It’s recommended that you
take a break of at least 15 minutes after
every two hours of driving. This should help
to maintain your concentration.
- Question 16 of 96
A driver does something that upsets you.
There are times when other road users
make a misjudgement or mistake. When
this happens try not to get annoyed and
don’t react by showing anger. Sounding
your horn, flashing your headlights or
shouting won’t help the situation. Good
anticipation will help to prevent these
incidents becoming collisions.
- Question 17 of 96
At level crossings the red lights flash before
and when the barrier is down. At most
crossings an amber light will precede the
red lights. You must stop behind the white
line unless you have already crossed it
when the amber light comes on. NEVER
zigzag around half-barriers.
- Question 18 of 96
You are approaching crossroads. The traffic
lights have failed. What should you do?CorrectIncorrect
When approaching a junction where the
traffic lights have failed, you should
proceed with caution. Treat the situation as
an unmarked junction and be prepared to
- Question 19 of 96
What should the driver of the red car
Some people might take longer to cross
the road. They may be older or have a
disability. Be patient and don’t hurry them
by showing your impatience. They might
have poor eyesight or not be able to hear
traffic approaching. If pedestrians are
standing at the side of the road, don’t
signal or wave them to cross. Other road
users may not have seen your signal and
this could lead the pedestrians into a
- Question 20 of 96
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?CorrectIncorrect
You should never overtake as you
approach a junction. If a vehicle emerged
from the junction while you were
overtaking, a dangerous situation could
develop very quickly.
- Question 21 of 96
What should you do as you approach this
Oncoming large vehicles may need to
move to the middle of the road so that they
can pass safely under the bridge. There will
not be enough room for you to continue
and you should be ready to stop and wait.
- Question 22 of 96
Why are mirrors often slightly curved
Although a convex mirror gives a wide view
of the scene behind, you should be aware
that it will not show you everything behind
or to the side of the vehicle. Before you
move off you will need to check over your
shoulder to look for anything not visible in
- Question 23 of 96
This sign is found on slow-moving or
stationary works vehicles. If you wish to
overtake, do so on the left, as indicated.
Be aware that there might be workmen in
- Question 24 of 96
You think the driver of the vehicle in front
has forgotten to cancel their right indicator.
The driver may be unsure of the location of
a junction and turn suddenly. Be cautious
and don’t attempt to overtake.
- Question 25 of 96
If you can do so safely give way to buses
signalling to move off at bus stops. Try to
anticipate the actions of other road users
around you. The driver of the red car
should be prepared for the bus pulling out.
As you approach a bus stop look to see
how many passengers are waiting to
board. If the last one has just got on, the
bus is likely to move off.
- Question 26 of 96
Buses which carry children to and from
school may stop at places other than
scheduled bus stops. Be aware that they
might pull over at any time to allow children
to get on or off. This will normally be when
traffic is heavy during rush hour.
- Question 27 of 96
On roads where there are many parked
vehicles you should take extra care. You
might not be able to see children between
parked cars and they may run out into the
road without looking.
People may open car doors without
realising the hazard this can create. You will
also need to look well down the road for
- Question 28 of 96
When following a cyclist be aware that they
have to deal with the hazards around them.
They may wobble or swerve to avoid a
pothole in the road or see a potential
hazard and change direction suddenly.
Don’t follow them too closely or rev your
- Question 29 of 96
A driver’s behaviour has upset you. It may
help if youCorrectIncorrect
Tiredness may make you more irritable
than you would be normally. You might
react differently to situations because of it.
If you feel yourself becoming tense, take a
- Question 30 of 96
In areas where there are ‘traffic calming’
measures you shouldCorrectIncorrect
Traffic calming measures such as road
humps, chicanes and narrowings are
intended to slow you down. Maintain a
reduced speed until you reach the end of
these features. They are there to protect
pedestrians. Kill your speed!
- Question 31 of 96
There are two hazards clearly signed in this
picture. You should be preparing for the
bend by slowing down and selecting the
correct gear. You might also have to stop
at the level crossing, so be alert and be
prepared to stop if necessary.
- Question 32 of 96
Why are place names painted on the road
The names of towns and cities may be
painted on the road at busy junctions and
complex road systems. Their purpose is to
let you move into the correct lane in good
time, allowing traffic to flow more freely.
- Question 33 of 96
Some two-way roads are divided into three
lanes. Why are these particularly
If you intend to overtake you must consider
that approaching traffic could be planning
the same manoeuvre. When you have
considered the situation and have decided
it is safe, indicate your intentions early. This
will show the approaching traffic that you
intend to pull out.
- Question 34 of 96
You are on a dual carriageway. Ahead you
see a vehicle with an amber flashing light.
What could this be?CorrectIncorrect
An amber flashing light on a vehicle
indicates that it is slow-moving. Battery
powered vehicles used by disabled people
are limited to 8 mph. It’s not advisable for
them to be used on dual carriageways
where the speed limit exceeds 50 mph. If
they are then an amber flashing light must
- Question 35 of 96
Police officers may need to direct traffic, for
example, at a junction where the traffic
lights have broken down. Check your copy
of The Highway Code for the signals that
- Question 36 of 96
A stationary bus at a bus stop can hide pedestrians just in front of it who might be about to cross the road. Only go past at a
speed that will enable you to stop safely if you need to.
- Question 37 of 96
Overtaking is a major cause of collisions. In
which THREE of these situations should you
You should not overtake unless it is really
necessary. Arriving safely is more important
than taking risks. Also look out for road
signs and markings that show it is illegal or
would be unsafe to overtake. In many
cases overtaking is unlikely to significantly
improve journey times.
- Question 38 of 96
Which THREE result from drinking alcohol?CorrectIncorrect
You must understand the serious dangers
of mixing alcohol with driving or riding.
Alcohol will severely reduce your ability to
drive or ride safely. Just one drink could put
you over the limit. Don’t risk people’s lives –
DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE OR RIDE!
- Question 39 of 96
The continuous white line shows the edge
of the carriageway. It can be especially
useful when visibility is restricted, for
example at night or in bad weather. It is
discontinued where it crosses junctions,
- Question 40 of 96
The steady amber light will be followed by
twin flashing red lights that mean you must
stop. An alarm will also sound to alert you
to the fact that a train is approaching.
- Question 41 of 96
Hold back and allow the cyclist to move
off. In some towns, junctions have special
areas marked across the front of the traffic
lane. These allow cyclists to wait for the
lights to change and move off ahead of
- Question 42 of 96
Drive around the bend at a steady speed in
the correct gear. Be aware that you might
have to stop for approaching trains.
- Question 43 of 96
If you are waiting at traffic lights, check all
around you before you move away, as
cyclists often filter through waiting traffic.
Allow the cyclist to move off safely.
- Question 44 of 96
Check your nearside for cyclists before
moving away. This is especially important if
you have been in a stationary queue of
traffic and are about to move off, as cyclists
often try to filter past on the nearside of
- Question 45 of 96
Traffic could be turning off ahead of you, to
the left or right.
Vehicles turning left will be slowing down
before the junction and any vehicles turning
right may have to stop to allow oncoming
traffic to clear. Be prepared for this as you
might have to slow down or stop behind
- Question 46 of 96
There could be stationary traffic ahead,
waiting to turn right. Other traffic could be
emerging and it may take time for them to
- Question 47 of 96
Be courteous and allow the traffic to merge
into the left-hand lane.
- Question 48 of 96
If you see a red cross above your lane it
means that there is an obstruction ahead.
You will have to move into one of the lanes
which is showing the green light. If all the
lanes are showing a red cross, then you
- Question 49 of 96
Alcohol will stay in the body for several
hours and may make you unfit to drive later
in the day. Drinking during the day will also
affect your performance at work or study.
- Question 50 of 96
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?CorrectIncorrect
You have shown that you are a risk to
yourself and others on the road. For this
reason insurance companies may charge
you a higher premium.
- Question 51 of 96
What advice should you give to a driver who
has had a few alcoholic drinks at a party?CorrectIncorrect
Drinking black coffee or waiting a few hours
won’t make any difference. Alcohol takes
time to leave the body.
A driver who has been drinking should go
home by public transport or taxi. They
might even be unfit to drive the following
- Question 52 of 96
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 driveCorrectIncorrect
Take care – it’s not worth taking risks.
Always check with your doctor to be really
sure. You may not feel drowsy now, but the
medicine could have an effect on you later
in the day.
- Question 53 of 96
You are about to return home from holiday
when you become ill. A doctor prescribes
drugs which are likely to affect your driving.
Find another way to get home even if this
proves to be very inconvenient. You must
not put other road users, your passengers
or yourself at risk.
- Question 54 of 96
During periods of illness your ability to drive
may be impaired. You MUSTCorrectIncorrect
Be responsible and only drive if you are fit
to do so. Some medication can affect your
concentration and judgement when dealing
with hazards. It may also cause you to
become drowsy or even fall asleep. Driving
while taking such medication is highly
- Question 55 of 96
You feel drowsy when driving. You shouldCorrectIncorrect
You will be putting other road users at risk
if you continue to drive when drowsy. Pull
over and stop in a safe place. If you are
driving a long distance, think about finding
some accommodation so you can get
some sleep before continuing your journey.
- Question 56 of 96
You are driving along a motorway and
become tired. You shouldCorrectIncorrect
If you have planned your journey properly,
to include rest stops, you should arrive at
your destination in good time
- Question 57 of 96
You are taking drugs that are likely to affect
your driving. What should you do?CorrectIncorrect
Check with your doctor or pharmacist if
you think that the drugs you’re taking are
likely to make you feel drowsy or impair
- Question 58 of 96
You are about to drive home. You feel very
tired and have a severe headache. You
All your concentration should be on your
driving. Any pain you feel will distract you
and you should avoid driving when drowsy.
The safest course of action is to wait until
you have rested and feel better.
- Question 59 of 96
If you are feeling tired it is best to stop as
soon as you can. Until then you shouldCorrectIncorrect
If you’re going on a long journey plan your
route before you leave. This will help you to
be decisive at intersections and junctions,
plan rest stops and have an idea of how
long the journey will take.
Make sure your vehicle is well-ventilated to
stop you becoming drowsy. You need to
maintain concentration so that your
judgement is not impaired.
- Question 60 of 96
Driving long distances can be tiring. You can
prevent this byCorrectIncorrect
Long-distance driving can be boring. This,
coupled with a stuffy, warm vehicle, can
make you feel tired. Make sure you take
rest breaks to keep yourself awake and
alert. Stop in a safe place before you get to
the stage of fighting sleep.
- Question 61 of 96
You go to a social event and need to drive a
short time after. What precaution should you
This is always going to be the safest
option. Just one drink could put you over
the limit and dangerously impair your
judgement and reactions.
- Question 62 of 96
You take some cough medicine given to you
by a friend. What should you do before
Never drive if you have taken drugs,
without first checking what the side effects
might be. They might affect your judgement
and perception, and therefore endanger
- Question 63 of 96
Never reverse or turn your vehicle around in
a one-way street. This is highly dangerous.
Carry on and find another route, checking
the direction signs as you drive. If you need
to check a map, first stop in a safe place.
- Question 64 of 96
Which THREE are likely to make you lose
concentration while driving?CorrectIncorrect
Looking at road maps while driving is very
dangerous. If you aren’t sure of your route
stop in a safe place and check the map.
You must not allow anything to take your
attention away from the road.
If you need to use a mobile phone, stop in
a safe place before doing so.
- Question 65 of 96
White lights at the rear of a car show that it
is about to reverse. Sound your horn to
warn of your presence and reduce your
speed as a precaution.
- Question 66 of 96
You have been involved in an argument
before starting your journey. This has made
you feel angry. You shouldCorrectIncorrect
If you are feeling upset or angry you should
wait until you have calmed down before
setting out on a journey.
- Question 67 of 96
You start to feel tired while driving. What
should you do?CorrectIncorrect
If you start to feel tired, stop at a safe place
for a rest break.
Every year many fatal incidents are caused
by drivers falling asleep at the wheel.
- Question 68 of 96
Look well ahead and read any road signs
as you drive. They are there to inform you
of what is ahead. In this case you may
need to slow right down and change
Make sure you can take whatever action is
necessary in plenty of time. Check your
mirrors so you know what is happening
around you before you change speed or
- Question 69 of 96
If another vehicle cuts in too sharply, ease
off the accelerator and drop back to allow
a safe separation distance. Try not to
overreact by braking sharply or swerving,
as you could lose control. If vehicles behind
you are too close or unprepared, it could
lead to a crash.
- Question 70 of 96
You are about to drive home. You cannot
find the glasses you need to wear. You
Don’t be tempted to drive if you’ve lost or
forgotten your glasses. You must be able to
see clearly when driving.
- Question 71 of 96
Which THREE of these are likely effects of
Alcohol can increase confidence to a point
where a driver’s behaviour might become
‘out of character’. Someone who normally
behaves sensibly suddenly takes risks and
enjoys it. Never let yourself or your friends
get into this situation.
- Question 72 of 96
How does alcohol affect you?CorrectIncorrect
Concentration and good judgement are
needed at all times to be a good, safe
driver. Don’t put yourself or others at risk
by drinking and driving.
- Question 73 of 96
Your doctor has given you a course of
medicine. Why should you ask how it will
Always check the label of any medication
container. The contents might affect your
driving. If you aren’t sure, ask your doctor
- Question 74 of 96
You are on a motorway. You feel tired. You
If you do feel tired and there’s no service
station for many miles, leave the motorway
at the next exit. Find a road off the
motorway where you can pull up and stop
- Question 75 of 96
You find that you need glasses to read
vehicle number plates at the required
distance. When MUST you wear them?CorrectIncorrect
Have your eyesight tested before you start
your practical training. Then, throughout
your driving life, have checks periodically to
ensure that your eyes haven’t deteriorated.
- Question 76 of 96
Which TWO things would help to keep you
alert during a long journey?CorrectIncorrect
Make sure that the vehicle you’re driving is
well ventilated. A warm, stuffy atmosphere
will make you feel drowsy. Open a window
and turn down the heating.
- Question 77 of 96
Which of the following types of glasses
should NOT be worn when driving at night?CorrectIncorrect
If you are driving at night or in poor visibility,
tinted lenses will reduce the efficiency of
your vision, by reducing the amount of
available light reaching your eyes.
- Question 78 of 96
Drinking any amount of alcohol is likely toCorrectIncorrect
If you are going to drive it’s always the
safest option not to drink at all. Don’t be
tempted – it’s not worth it.
- Question 79 of 96
What else can seriously affect your
concentration, other than alcoholic drinks?CorrectIncorrect
Even a slight distraction can allow your
concentration to drift. Maintain full
concentration at all times so you stay in full
control of your vehicle.
- Question 80 of 96
As a driver you find that your eyesight has
become very poor. Your optician says they
cannot help you. The law says that you
This will have a serious effect on your
judgement and concentration. If you cannot
meet the eyesight requirements you must
tell DVLA (or DVA in Northern Ireland).
- Question 81 of 96
When should you use hazard warning
Hazard warning lights are an important
safety feature and should be used if you
have broken down and are causing an
obstruction. Don’t use them as an excuse
to park illegally such as when using a cash
machine or post box. You may also use
them on motorways to warn traffic behind
you of danger ahead.
- Question 82 of 96
You should slow right down, and stop if
necessary, at any junction where the view is
restricted. Edge forward until you can see
properly. Only then can you decide if it is
safe to go.
- Question 83 of 96
When may you use hazard warning lights?CorrectIncorrect
Hazard warning lights may be used to warn
other road users when you have broken
down and are causing an obstruction, or
are on a motorway and want to warn
following traffic of a hazard ahead. Don’t
use them when being towed or when
- Question 84 of 96
Hazard warning lights should be used when
Don’t use hazard lights as an excuse for
illegal parking. If you do use them, don’t
forget to switch them off when you move
away. There must be a warning light on the
control panel to show when the hazard
lights are in operation.
- Question 85 of 96
When driving a car fitted with automatic
transmission what would you use ‘kick
‘Kick down’ selects a lower gear, enabling
the vehicle to accelerate faster.
- Question 86 of 96
The usual two second time gap will
increase to four seconds when the roads
are wet. If you stay well back you will
• be able to see past the vehicle
• be out of the spray thrown up by the
• give yourself more time to stop if the
• increase your chances of being seen by
the lorry driver.
- Question 87 of 96
Pedestrians walking on a road with no
pavement should walk against the direction
of the traffic. You can’t see around this
bend: there may be hidden dangers.
Always keep this in mind so you give
yourself time to react if a hazard does arise.
- Question 88 of 96
Allow the traffic to merge into the nearside
lane. Leave enough room so that your
separation distance is not reduced
drastically if a vehicle pulls in ahead of you.
- Question 89 of 96
As a provisional licence holder, you must not
drive a motor carCorrectIncorrect
When you have passed your practical test
you will be able to drive on a motorway. It
is recommended that you have instruction
on motorway driving before you venture out
on your own. Ask your instructor about
- Question 90 of 96
You are not sure if your cough medicine will
affect you. What TWO things should you
If you’re taking medicine or drugs
prescribed by your doctor, check to ensure
that they won’t make you drowsy. If you
forget to ask at the time of your visit to the
surgery, check with your pharmacist.
Some over-the-counter medication can
also cause drowsiness. Read the label and
don’t drive if you are affected.
- Question 91 of 96
For which of these may you use hazard
Hazard warning lights are an important
safety feature. Use them when driving on a
motorway to warn traffic behind you of
You should also use them if your vehicle
has broken down and is causing an
- Question 92 of 96
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?CorrectIncorrect
When your view is restricted into the new
road you must still be completely sure it is
safe to emerge. Try to look for traffic
through the windows of the parked cars or
the reflections in shop windows. Keep
looking in all directions as you slowly edge
forwards until you can see it is safe.
- Question 93 of 96
After passing your driving test, you suffer
from ill health. This affects your driving. You
The licensing authority won’t automatically
take away your licence without
investigation. For advice, contact the Driver
and Vehicle Licensing Agency (or DVA in
- Question 94 of 96
You should always try to keep junctions
clear. If you are in queuing traffic make sure
that when you stop you leave enough
space for traffic to flow in and out of the
- Question 95 of 96
Your motorway journey seems boring and
you feel drowsy. What should you do?CorrectIncorrect
Never stop on the hard shoulder to rest. If
there is no service station for several miles,
leave the motorway at the next exit and
find somewhere safe and legal to pull over.
- Question 96 of 96
You are driving on a motorway. The traffic
ahead is braking sharply because of an
incident. How could you warn traffic behind
You are driving on a motorway. The traffic
ahead is braking sharply because of an
incident. How could you warn traffic behind