Driver Full Test

Car Theory Full Practice Test


Welcome to the 'Car Practice Test'

This practice test will select 50 random questions, which you will be expected to complete within the allocated 57 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.

Instructions:

  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) What does this sign mean?
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2) Some of the most vulnerable road users are: (Select all that apply)
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3) What color road stud or cat's eye indicates temporary adjustments to lane layouts e.g. where road works are taking place?
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4) When given by a person authorised to direct traffic, which the following signals means to proceed?
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5) If you see this red traffic light, which light or lights may appear next?
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6) You see this pictured road marking ALONG the centre of the road. You should:
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7) You are waiting at a pelican crossing and the signal turns green as pictured. Pedestrians are crossing the road. You should:
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8) The rider of the motorcycle in front of you is holding their arm out straight to the right as shown in the picture. What do you expect the vehicle to do next?
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9) It is particularly important to be aware of: (Select all that apply)
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10) When travelling on a motorway or major 'A' road, which of these signs suggests a temporary speed limit?
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11) Which road marking along the centre of the road marks where you may overtake, but the length of the broken line signifies a hazard is ahead.
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12) Before beginning a journey, how can you best plan your route?
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13) Why are vehicles fitted with front fog lights?
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14) Why should you be aware of long vehicles when at a junction or roundabout?
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15) A pedestrian crossing has traffic lights that flash amber after showing red and before showing green. What type of crossing is this?
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16) If you are going to consume alcohol before a journey, you should:
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17) You see this pictured road marking ALONG the centre of the road. You should:
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18) You are travelling along a wet road in a vehicle without anti-lock brakes. You apply the brakes and your vehicle begins to skid. What should you do?
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19) When travelling on a motorway or major 'A' road, what should you do if you see this sign?
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20) In England and Wales, you MUST NOT drive with BLOOD alcohol level higher than:
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21) At a pelican crossing, which traffic light will follow the solid red signal?
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22) Which of these light signals implies the motorcycle will turn right or move to the right?
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23) What does a single red line along the side of a road indicate when displayed with a corresponding nearby sign?
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24) Another road user pulls out of a junction into your path. You should:
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25) You are travelling in fog behind another vehicle. What should you do to reduce the chances of an accident?
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26) What do double red lines along the side of a road indicate?
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27) You are driving in a car without working brake lights. What hand signal would you use to warn other road users before braking?
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28) This road sign pictured indicates:
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29) At a toucan or puffin crossing, which traffic light will follow the solid amber signal?
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30) Which road marking along the side of the road marks the road edge with a verge or wall?
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31) What is the maximum speed for a car or motorcycle on a motorway?
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32) What do AMBER stud marks or reflective cat's eyes indicate?
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33) You are travelling along a wet road. Your steering begins to feel light and unresponsive. You should:
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34) At a toucan or puffin crossing, which traffic light will follow the green signal?
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35) You are about to overtake a cyclist in windy weather. What should you do as you overtake?
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36) The typical stopping distance for a vehicle travelling at 70 mph (112 km/h) on a dry road is 96 metres (315 feet). What is the typical stopping distance for this vehicle in ICY conditions??
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37) You are approaching a puffin crossing with the red light shown. Pedestrians are crossing. The red light will stay illuminated until:
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38) In slow moving traffic, you should: (Select all that apply)
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39) When travelling on a motorway or major 'A' road, what does this overhead sign mean?
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40) If you see this red traffic light, which light or lights may appear next?
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41) Your vehicle brakes too quickly in wet or icy conditions and begins to skid. How should you recover control of the vehicle?
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42) What should you do before overtaking? (Select all that apply)
43) The typical stopping distance for a vehicle travelling at 30 mph (46 km/h) on a dry road is 23 metres (75 feet). What is the typical stopping distance for this vehicle in WET weather?
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44) Why MUST you switch off your fog lights when visibility improves?
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45) You are waiting at a pelican crossing and the signal turns green as pictured. Eldery people are still crossing the road. You should:
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46) When towing, you MUST NOT: (Select all that apply)
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47) Coasting is a term used to describe a vehicle travelling in neutral or with the clutch on. How does this affect your control of the vehicle? (Select all that apply)
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48) You may use your hazard warning lights when you:
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49) What color road stud or cat's eye indicates the left edge of the road?
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50) What is the maximum speed for a car or motorcycle in a built-up area (usually a road with street lighting) unless otherwise specified?
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