Rider Fast Practice

Motorcycle Theory Fast Practice Test

Welcome to the 'Motorcycle 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) A cycle lane runs along side the road. You:

2) A person authorised to direct traffic is standing at a pedestrian crossing with their lollipop held upside down as shown in the picture. You should:

3) Which of these light signals implies the car will turn left or move to the left?

4) What effects can a soft road surface have on your vehicle? (Select all that apply)

5) 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.

6) You are riding along a wet road. Spray from the road is limiting your visibility. You should:

7) You are about to overtake a cyclist in windy weather. Why should you leave extra room as you overtake?

8) What action does this sign indicate?

9) You are travelling in snowy weather. Your steering begins to feel light and unresponsive. You should:

10) You are riding a motorcycle without working brake lights. What hand signal would you use to warn other road users before braking?

Thank you for completing the 'Motorcycle 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.