Driver Fast Practice

Car Theory Fast Practice Test

Welcome to the 'Car Short Test'

This practice test will select 10 random questions, which you will be expected to complete within the allocated 10 minute time limit. You will be shown correct and incorrect answers at the end of the quiz, with a hint available on each question should you need it.

Each question is representative of the type used by the DVSA for your real theory exam.


  1. The test will begin after you select the 'Next' button below.
  2. For each question, choose from the four multiple choice answers provided.
  3. Some questions may have more than one answer, a note will be displayed when to do this.
  4. A confirmation screen will appear at the end for you to submit the test to be scored. Click 'Submit' to be shown a review of your scores and suggested revision.

Ready? Click 'Next' to begin.

1) You MUST NOT use your vehicle's lights: (Select all that apply)

2) This road sign has been covered in snow. What does it indicate?

3) You see this pictured road marking ALONG the centre of the road. You should:

4) What do GREEN/YELLOW stud marks or reflective cat's eyes indicate?

5) When travelling on a motorway or major 'A' road, what does this sign mean?

6) What does this sign mean?

7) A person authorised to direct traffic is standing at a road intersection and is holding out their hand towards you as shown in the picture. You should:

8) You are approaching a pelican crossing with the signal showing green as pictured. Pedestrians are crossing the road. You should:

9) The typical stopping distance for a vehicle travelling at 50 mph (80 km/h) on a dry road is 53 metres (175 feet). What is the typical stopping distance for this vehicle in ICY conditions??

10) When you approach a roundabout, you see this pictured line ACROSS the road. What does it mean?

Thank you for completing the 'Car Short Test'

If you would like to review your answers before scoring, use the 'Previous' and 'Next' buttons.

Click 'Submit' to be shown a review of your scores and suggested revision.