HGV Mock Exam Test Page

HGV Mock Exam Test Page

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1. What does this sign mean?

2. Your vehicle has collided with a railway bridge. What information must you give the railway authority when you telephone them?

91. Your vehicle is more than 3 metres (9 feet 10 inches) high. Where is this information displayed?

4. In which of these places might there be a restriction on vehicles over a certain length?

5. You’re driving a low loader and you see this sign. What’s your main concern at this hazard?

6. What does this temporary sign mean for drivers of vehicles over 7.5 tonnes maximum authorised mass?

7. Why should you carry spare tachograph charts?

8. Why should you carry spare tachograph charts?

99. A driver is convicted of obstructing an enforcement officer in the course of their duties. Under EU drivers’ hours regulations, what’s the maximum fine they can receive?

9. What should you do if you start to feel tired or unable to concentrate while you’re driving?

11. What can happen to drivers who break EU tachograph regulations?

12. How often must an analogue tachograph be checked at an approved calibration centre?

19. Your vehicle is fitted with air-assisted hydraulic brakes. What would warn you that there isn’t enough air in the system?

16. You have to drive onto a muddy building site. Why should you switch on your diff-lock?

24. Where would you see an escape lane?

16. In frosty weather, what precaution could a lorry driver take to prevent moisture from freezing in the air-brake system?

17. You’re about to drive a vehicle fitted with hydraulic brakes. What should you check before driving the vehicle?

36. What causes ‘brake fade’?

69. Poor eating habits can increase your risk of long-term health problems. What may result from a poor diet?

20. Your doctor has given you a course of medicine. Why should you ask whether it’s safe to drive?

22. Why is it important to adjust your head restraint properly?

54. How does alcohol affect your driving?

23. You’re about to drive a vehicle you’ve never driven before. What should you consider when adjusting your seat?

24. You’re about to drive home. What should you do if you feel very tired and have a severe headache?

25. How should you let other vehicles overtake when you’re driving a slow-moving vehicle along a narrow road?

26. What should you do if you’re upset by another driver’s behaviour?

78. You’re driving on a single carriageway. When may you use your mobile phone?

28. You’re on a motorway and there’s a strong side wind. Which vehicle is particularly at risk?

83. You’re driving along a motorway and see this sign. What does it mean?

88. When should you check your vehicle’s spray-suppression equipment?

93. Your lorry has a curtain-sided body. Your route will take you over several high-level bridges. Why should you check the weather forecast before starting your journey?

32. You’;re driving behind two cyclists. They’re approaching a roundabout in the left-hand lane. What should you expect them to do?

33. You’re driving a lorry of more than 7.5 tonnes maximum authorised mass along a motorway. When can you use the right-hand lane to overtake?

34. What should you be aware of when you’re overtaking on a motorway while it’s raining heavily?

35. You arrive at an incident where someone is suffering from severe burns. What should you do to help?

36. You’re at the scene of an incident. How can you help someone suffering from shock?

37. When should you stop trying to resuscitate a casualty?

38. You’re waiting for the emergency services to arrive at the scene of an incident. A pedestrian’s leg is bleeding heavily, but there’s nothing embedded in the wound. What could you do to help?

98. At an incident, a casualty is unconscious but still breathing. Why would you move them?

46. At the scene of a crash, a casualty is in contact with live electrical cables. What should you use to break the electrical connection?

41. What should you do before entering a tunnel?

42. Your engine catches fire. What should you do before attempting to put the fire out?

43. What must vehicle operators provide for their drivers?

44. When should wheel nuts be checked?

53. A loud buzzer sounds in your vehicle. What’s this most likely to indicate?

46. Why are energy-saving tyres effective?

70. What do heated fuel lines prevent?

48. What should you check before you drive off a muddy building site onto the road?

95. What’s the purpose of a preheating device?

50. You’re about to start a long journey midway through the day. What should you do if you notice that the sidelights work but the headlights are faulty?

51. What can you add to diesel fuel to prevent it from becoming less effective at low temperatures?

52. You’re checking your vehicle. What should you do if you discover an air leak in the braking system?

53. When should you check the oil level in your engine?

54. What does it mean if the ignition warning light comes on while you’re driving?

55. Your vehicle suffers a tyre blow-out. How could this create a hazard for other road users?

56. You’re driving along a motorway. What should you do if the air-pressure warning device starts to operate?

57. Why should your engine oil be changed at the recommended intervals?

58. Where can you get advice to help carry out minor repairs?

59. You discover that one of your rear brake-light bulbs has failed. How soon should it be replaced?

60. How frequently should the components of a fifth-wheel coupling be inspected?

61. Why is it important to avoid overfilling the engine with oil?

62. What does this warning light on the instrument panel mean?

87. You’re checking your vehicle’s tyres before starting a long motorway journey. What check should be made on each tyre?

64. How should you stand when you’re lifting a heavy object?

65. What should you be careful of when stopping on the left in a busy place?

66. Which cargo needs to be transported at a controlled temperature?

72. How must spare sheets and ropes be carried on your trailer?

68. Which load is most likely to move forward with some force when you brake sharply?

94. What should you do when transporting a small quantity of livestock that doesn’t fill the vehicle?

70. You’re using a lorry-mounted crane to unload building materials. What safety features should you use?

71. What additional training do you need before transporting frozen foods?

72. You’re loading a curtain-sided vehicle. What are the curtains for?

86. What do the legs on a demountable body enable you to do?

74. What will happen if you drive too close to the vehicle in front?

75. What’s the first thing you should check before moving to the right?

80. Your vehicle is fitted with a reverse warning bleeper. How will this affect you when you’re reversing?

77. You’;re driving a long vehicle. What should you be especially careful of before turning left onto a main road?

79. What’s the current fine for each person illegally carried into the UK?

79. You’ll need to take 35 hours of training to maintain your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC). Over what period must this be carried out?

80. What’s the maximum fine for driving without insurance?

81. Who’s responsible for making sure that cargo arrives undamaged?

82. How could you save fuel?

85. What will cause your fuel consumption to increase?

84. Which driving technique can save you fuel?

85. What’s reduced by fitting a fly sheet tightly over a tipper body?

86. Your vehicle is fitted with an engine management system. What will happen if you press the accelerator when you’re starting the engine?

57. You’ve stopped at a pelican crossing. What should you do if the lights have changed to green but a disabled person is still crossing?

93. Which road users are especially at risk at a road junction?

97. Which of these is the main cause of collisions involving motorcycles?

92. You’re driving in a town. What should you do when you see this sign on a stationary bus ahead?

91. Which road users are more vulnerable at night in built-up areas?

64. A horse rider is in the left-hand lane approaching a roundabout. What should you expect the rider to do?

84. You’re driving in fog on a three-lane motorway. Which lane are you in when you can see red reflective studs on your left and white reflective studs on your right?

56. You’re driving a laden articulated lorry with a maximum authorised mass of 38 tonnes on a dual carriageway in England. What speed limit applies to your vehicle after passing this sign?

63. What colour follows the green signal at a puffin crossing?

91. What are these advanced stop lines for?

52. You’re driving an articulated lorry. What should you do when you see this sign?

3. What does this traffic sign mean?

62. Your’e driving a lorry that’s carrying a heavy load. What should you be prepared to do when you see this sign ahead?

90. A loud buzzer sounds in your vehicle. What’s this most likely to indicate?

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Start Quiz

51. You’re driving a lorry with a maximum authorised mass of more than 7.5 tonnes along a three-lane motorway. When may you use the right-hand lane?

2. What does this motorway sign mean?

3. What does this sign mean?

4. How wide can a load be before you must use side markers?

5. What should be your main concern as you approach this sign?

6. Where must the repair of a speed limiter be carried out?

7. What period of time makes up a driver’s week?

96. Under EU rules, your daily rest can be reduced to 9 hours. For how many days per week is this allowed?

61. During your working day, you change to another vehicle with the same type of tachograph. How should you keep your tachograph record up-to-date?

2. Under EU rules, how long should your normal daily rest period be?

1. You’re planning to carry high-value goods on a regular basis. Whose advice should you seek?

6. An enforcement officer keeps your analogue tachograph records. How should they endorse the replacement charts?

83. What should you do when driving a large vehicle down a steep hill?

37. Which coloured band on the rev counter makes the best use of engine braking?

15. What should you do after driving through a flood?

89. Where must extra care be taken when using an endurance brake (retarder)?

96. When is an articulated vehicle most at risk of jack-knifing?

55. Which component will last longer when you use a retarder?

49. How is using a hands-free phone likely to affect your driving?

20. How does alcohol affect your driving?

1. What should you do if you’re feeling tired but there’s nowhere to stop safely?

22. You’re driving at the legal speed limit. What should you do if a vehicle comes up quickly behind, flashing its headlights?

58. What’s provided specifically to protect you against neck and whiplash injuries?

63. Approximately what percentage of sleep-related vehicle incidents (SRVIs) involve commercial vehicles?

68. Should you give way to a car showing a flashing green beacon?

73. What can seriously affect your concentration while driving?

77. In fast traffic, when should you leave a two-second gap between your vehicle and the one in front?

28. What should you do when you drive in windy weather?

23. Which of these vehicles is most at risk from strong side wind?

82. You’re driving along a motorway in thick fog at night. The reflective studs are red on your left and white on your right. Which lane are you in?

81. You’re driving along a motorway and see this sign. What does it mean?

82. You’re on a motorway and the surface is still wet after rain. Why should you take care when you’re overtaking?

53. When would weight transference be most likely to occur?

21. There’s been an incident. What can you do to help a driver who’s suffering from shock?

42. You arrive at the scene of an incident. How should you deal with someone who is hysterical?

6. At an incident, you suspect a casualty has back injuries. What’s the best way to help them?

48. Where should you stand when using a motorway emergency telephone?

54. What should you do when you’re driving through a tunnel in heavy traffic?

43. You arrive at an incident where a motorcyclist is lying in the road, unconscious and bleeding. The area is safe and the emergency services have been called. What’s the first priority when checking the rider?

36. You’re driving through a congested tunnel. What should you do if you have to stop?

9. You arrive at the scene of an incident where someone is injured. What should be given urgent priority?

79. When would you use ‘kickdown’ on a vehicle that has automatic transmission?

38. You’re about to start a long journey midway through the day. What should you do if you notice that the sidelights work but the headlights are faulty?

44. You’re checking your vehicle’s tyres before starting a long motorway journey. What check should be made on each tyre?

35. What should you check for wear or damage on a drawbar unit?

5. What does this warning light on the instrument panel mean?

49. What’s the main reason for cleaning your wheels and tyres when you leave a building site?

4. Why are energy-saving tyres effective?

34. What’s the most likely reason for a diesel-engined vehicle running erratically in very cold weather?

50. How frequently should the components of a fifth-wheel coupling be inspected?

41. When can ‘selective’ or ‘block’ gear changing be used?

52. You’re driving a lorry along a motorway. You notice that you’re losing tread from one of your tyres. What should you do?

33. What could happen if you overfill your engine with oil?

3. While driving, your engine-oil warning light comes on. Why could it be dangerous to continue driving?

40. You notice that one of your tyres has a bulge in the side wall. What will happen if you drive the vehicle?

69. What’s the advantage of energy-saving tyres?

7. What’s the minimum depth of tread required over three-quarters of the breadth of a lorry tyre?

39. What would be illegal?

60. A tyre has been replaced on your vehicle. What precautions should be taken when tightening the wheel nuts?

60. What happens to diesel fuel when it gets hot?

8. What does it mean if the ignition warning light comes on while you’re driving?

13. You’re driving along a motorway. What should you do if the air-pressure warning device starts to operate?

3. What do you need to consider when transporting a high-value cargo of cigarettes?

46. What should you be aware of before opening your cab door?

65. What can result from overloading an axle?

45. Which cargo needs to be transported at a controlled temperature?

2. You’re uncoupling a lorry and trailer. What should you do after disconnecting the electrical line?

68. Which of these best describes a vehicle’s payload?

94. What should you do when transporting a small quantity of livestock that doesn’t fill the vehicle?

73. There’s been a collision on the opposite carriageway. What should you do if drivers ahead are slowing to look whilst you’re driving on the motorway?

71. What additional training do you need before transporting frozen foods?

72. You’re loading a curtain-sided vehicle. What are the curtains for?

86. What do the legs on a demountable body enable you to do?

2. You’re driving a lorry with a sleeper cab. When would a quick sideways glance be helpful?

75. What’s the first thing you should check before moving to the right?

80. Your vehicle is fitted with a reverse warning bleeper. How will this affect you when you’re reversing?

77. You’;re driving a long vehicle. What should you be especially careful of before turning left onto a main road?

79. What’s the current fine for each person illegally carried into the UK?

79. You’ll need to take 35 hours of training to maintain your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC). Over what period must this be carried out?

80. What’s the maximum fine for driving without insurance?

81. You’re applying for an LGV or PCV licence for the first time. What will your medical examination include?

82. How could you save fuel?

85. What will cause your fuel consumption to increase?

84. What can cause unnecessary pollution to the environment?

85. What are the consequences of driving your vehicle when it’s emitting excessive exhaust smoke?

86. What can be expected after drivers complete a Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC)?

88. What should you do if you plan to overtake a lorry that’s throwing up spray?

88. What should you do when you’re following a motorcyclist on an uneven road?

89. At toucan crossings, pedestrians share the crossing with which other road users?

93. Which road users are especially at risk at a road junction?

59. You’re driving past a bus that’s waiting at a bus stop on the other side of the road. Why should you be careful?

12. You’re approaching a roundabout. What should you do if you see a cyclist signalling to turn right?

93. How will a school crossing patrol signal you to stop?

94. Where would you expect to see these road markings?

95. What does this sign mean?

97. Where would you find these flashing red lights?

97. What does this sign mean?

98. You’re on a motorway. Your lorry has a maximum authorised mass of more than 7.5 tonnes. What does this sign mean to you?

99. What should the hard shoulder on a motorway be used for?

3. What does this traffic sign mean?

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HGV Mock Exam Test Page

Start Quiz

78. In England and Wales, what’s the national speed limit on a single carriageway road for a rigid lorry with a maximum authorised mass of more than 7.5 tonnes?

2. Unless otherwise shown, what’s the minimum headroom under bridges in the UK?

3. What’s the maximum speed allowed for a vehicle which is towing a trailer whilst on a motorway?

48. You’re driving a large vehicle on a narrow road with passing places. What will you need to be most aware of?

5. Your vehicle has collided with a railway bridge. What information must you give the railway authority when you telephone them?

6. You’re driving a lorry at night. What can you do to help yourself stay alert?

38. What’s most likely to cause tiredness?

68. While you’re driving, you notice your tachograph isn’t working. What should you do?

9. What should you do if you start to feel tired or unable to concentrate while you’re driving?

67. How many days does a driver’s smart card normally cover?

66. How can you find out when an analogue tachograph was last recalibrated?

89. Where must extra care be taken when using an endurance brake (retarder)?

65. A lorry is overtaking you on a two-lane motorway. What should you do if it doesn’t have the speed to get past?

19. Your vehicle is fitted with air-assisted hydraulic brakes. What would warn you that there isn’t enough air in the system?

64. Air-brake systems usually have two lines. Which additional line is fitted on a three-line system?

63. What will ‘pumping’ the brake pedal in a vehicle fitted with anti-lock brakes cause?

62. You’re stationary. The brake air-pressure warning light comes on. Why should you keep the parking brake on?

37. Planning your route before starting a journey is a good idea. Why should you also plan an alternative route?

45. What will happen if you drive too close to the vehicle in front?

49. How is using a hands-free phone likely to affect your driving?

61. Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and you need to call for help. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone?

60. What will you have to deal with when you’re driving at night?

61. What are the symptoms of someone suffering from shock?

67. Which document will you always be asked to produce if you’ve been stopped by a police officer for a suspected motoring offence?

69. What’s a ‘Red Route’?

26. What does it mean if there’s a plain orange rectangle displayed on one of the vehicles at the scene of an incident?

31. What should you do before driving into a tunnel?

5. You’re driving this box van and are waiting to turn right. What should you do just before you turn?

29. When is a buffer lane most pobable to be in use?

9. Why might it be difficult to see motorcyclists at junctions?

31. Why should you be particularly aware of parked cars when you’re driving at night?

59. You’re driving on a single carriageway. When may you use your mobile phone?

33. Why is it important to adjust your head restraint correctly?

34. Why should you switch on your diff-lock when you have to drive onto a muddy building site?

35. At what time can you drive without wearing a seat belt?

36. You’ve been taking medicine for a few days, and it has made you feel drowsy. You are feeling better today, but you still need to take the medicine. When should you drive your vehicle?

37. What does it mean if a brake warning light shows when you’ve just started the engine if your vehicle is fitted with air brakes?

38. How could you help the driver whose hands and arms have been burned after a vehicle has rolled over and caught fire?

39. What’s most probable to cause danger to a group of horse riders?

52. What can you do to help a driver who’s suffering from shock at an incident?

41. The emergency line is common to both two-line and three-line brake systems. What colour is the emergency line?

42. A mobile telephone is fitted to your vehicle. When should the phone be used?

48. What type of emergency vehicle has a green flashing beacon?

44. What should you do if it isn’t safe to overtake when following a car being driven slowly by a learner driver?

45. When will your reactions be more slower?

46. What would warn you that the vacuum pump isn’t working if your vehicle is fitted with an air-assisted hydraulic braking system?

47. What’s the purpose of the red line when you’re driving an articulated lorry that has three air lines connected to the trailer?

48. What should you do if a front tyre bursts whilst driving on a motorway?

54. What colour is the auxiliary line on a three-line braking system?

50. What should you be conscious of when you’re overtaking on a motorway while it’s raining heavily?

51. When is trailer swing most likely to happen on a lorry and drawbar combination?

52. You’re driving under EU drivers’ hours. How is a week defined under these rules?

53. What should you do if you want to turn left into a narrow side road when you’re driving a long vehicle on a two-lane road?

54. How long must your break be under EU rules if you’ve been driving a lorry without a break for four-and-a-half hours?

59. You’re stationary and the brake air-pressure warning light comes on. Why should you keep on the parking brake?

56. What could help avoid air pressure from building up in an air-brake system in frosty weather?

57. When does ‘brake fade’ happen?

59. Can you wait outside a night club looking for a job?

60. If a woman offers you a sexual favour what do you do?

61. If a disabled passenger asks for assistance what do you do?

63. When should an analogue tachograph be recalibrated?

64. What does controlling goods vehicle drivers’ hours assist to improve?

69. How frequently should an analogue tachograph be checked at an approved calibration centre?

66. What can you do to help yourself stay alert when you’re driving a lorry at night?

67. Who should sign the back of the replacement chart if an enforcement officer keeps one of your tachograph charts?

69. Poor eating habits can increase your risk of long-term health problems. What may result from a poor diet?

69. Which authority should you contact if your tachograph card is lost or stolen?

70. What should you do before you begin to overtake a lorry?

71. What should you do when there are no service areas or exits for some distance you’re driving a lorry on a motorway and you start to feel drowsy?

72. How long do you have before you must have it repaired if the analogue tachograph on your vehicle becomes faulty?

73. What should you do if you need to exceed the normal drivers’ hours due to an emergency if your vehicle is fitted with an analogue tachograph?

76. What do you need to be aware of when driving a vehicle that has power-assisted steering?

77. What should you do if a bus’ right-hand indicator is flashing after it has stopped ahead of you at a bus stop?

76. Your vehicle has a hand-held telephone. What should you do before taking or making a call with it?

77. Who’s responsible for the use of protective clothing?

78. You’re approaching a green traffic light and you are going straight ahead. What should you do when the traffic ahead, past the junction, has stopped and is queuing?

79. What can considerably affect your concentration while driving?

80. How should you answer a mobile phone call whilst driving?

81. What should you do if you feel tired whilst driving along a motorway?

82. Which ancillary equipment will cause the greatest increase in fuel consumption?

84. Where would you expect to find buffer lanes?

84. Why should you check your nearside mirror whilst overtaking a motorcycle in windy conditions?

86. What do you need to be cautious of when you’re driving in high winds?

86. Approximately what percentage of sleep-related vehicle incidents (SRVIs) involve commercial vehicles?

87. Where do most sleep-related vehicle incidents happen?

90. What impact will drinking alcohol have on your driving?

89. At toucan crossings, pedestrians share the crossing with which other road users?

90. What should you do if you’re taking medication that could have an effect on your driving?

92. What should you do when you drive during windy weather?

92. Your doctor has given you a course of medicine. Why should you ask the doctor whether it’s safe to drive when taking the medicine?

93. How will a school crossing patrol signal you to stop?

94. What should you expect when you’re driving a lorry towards a high bridge on a windy day?

95. What does this sign mean?

96. Why should you take care when you’e overtaking when on a motorway and the surface is still wet after rain?

97. What’s the best to drink during work time?

98. You’re driving behind two cyclists as they’re approaching a roundabout in the left-hand lane. What should you anticipate them to do next?

100. You’re driving in the left-hand lane of a motorway. What should you do when you see a large vehicle merging from a slip road onto the motorway ahead?

100. Which vehicles are the most likely to be impacted by high winds?

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Start Quiz

51. You’re driving a lorry with a maximum authorised mass of more than 7.5 tonnes along a three-lane motorway. When may you use the right-hand lane?

2. Unless otherwise shown, what’s the minimum headroom under bridges in the UK?

3. What does this sign mean?

4. How wide can a load be before you must use side markers?

5. What should be your main concern as you approach this sign?

6. You’re driving a lorry at night. What can you do to help yourself stay alert?

7. What period of time makes up a driver’s week?

68. While you’re driving, you notice your tachograph isn’t working. What should you do?

61. During your working day, you change to another vehicle with the same type of tachograph. How should you keep your tachograph record up-to-date?

67. How many days does a driver’s smart card normally cover?

2. You’re waiting to turn right in this lorry (arrowed). What danger should you be most aware of?

9. A driver is convicted of bringing illegal immigrants into the UK. How is the fine calculated?

12. What do the legs on a demountable body allow you to do?

18. What does this sign mean?

15. Who’s responsible for making sure that cargo arrives undamaged?

35. You’re driving a lorry with a sleeper cab. When would a quick sideways glance be helpful?

36. What should you do before moving off?

41. What hazard should you be aware of when opening the tank hatches?

19. What should you do if you notice that two wheel nuts are missing from one of your vehicles wheels?

20. What should you do when you’re unable to see clearly while you’re reversing into a loading bay?

21. How can vehicle operators help to prevent the carriage of illegal immigrants?

22. What happens to diesel fuel when it becomes hot?

23. When should you check the wheel nuts on your vehicle?

26. What part of your vehicle should you check for damage after hitting a kerb when at speed?

2. When can ‘block’ or ‘selective’ gear changing be used?

26. What does it mean if there’s a plain orange rectangle displayed on one of the vehicles at the scene of an incident?

27. Why should your vehicles engine oil be changed at the recommended intervals?

80. What distance should you stay behind the vehicle in front when you’re driving at a speed of 50 mph (80 km/h) in good, dry conditions?

29. What should you do if nobody else is present and your vehicle is still roadworthy if you’ve been involved in an incident and damaged some property?

9. Why might it be difficult to see motorcyclists at junctions?

100. What must you do if you’re involved in a road traffic incident?

32. What should be given urgent priority when you arrive at the scene of an incident where someone is injured?

33. Why would a motorcyclist steer around drain covers on a bend when it’s raining?

34. What should you do to help your concentration when you have to drive at night?

35. What should you avoid when moving back to the left when you’ve just overtaken another vehicle on a motorway?

36. What should you do when you overtake a motorcyclist in very windy conditions?

42. What should you do if you want to make a business call on your mobile phone whilst driving?

38. What’s the job of a preheating device?

39. Why should you be conscious of motorcyclists on a motorway when there are gusty winds?

40. At what time should your lorry coupling system (fifth wheel) be checked and lubricated?

41. When may you drive without wearing a seat belt in a lorry?

42. High-sided vehicles can be affected by side wind. On which type of road is are they most likely to be effected on?

78. Why are brushes attached to this vehicle’s wheel arch?

44. Why should you take extra care when overtaking vehicles at night?

45. The entrances to roundabouts are often slippery when they’re wet. How should you deal with this type of hazard?

46. What should you do if you’re feeling tired but there’s nowhere to stop safely when driving?

47. What should you do if you lose your route in heavy traffic?

48. What should you do when visibility is reduced by heavy rain and spray when driving a lorry on the motorway?

53. What must you check before starting a journey?

100. What would suggest someone is suffering from shock at an incident?

51. How is using a hands-free phone likely to have an effect on your driving?

52. Why might the brake pedal go down too far when it’s pressed on a vehicle is fitted with hydraulic brakes?

53. What should you do with the tachograph chart if during your break, your vehicle will be moved by another person?

54. Your tractor unit has three air lines and you’re connecting to a trailer that has two air-line couplings. What colour is the line you should not connect to the trailer?

55. When should you use your vehicle’s horn?

56. What should you do when you’ve been driving for a long time and are starting to feel sleepy?

57. When is there a particular risk of sleep-related incidents?

58. What will ‘pumping’ the brake pedal in a vehicle installed with anti-lock brakes cause?

59. Who is responsible for the issue of tachograph charts to a bus or lorry driver?

64. What security measures can you adopt if you’re often involved in the carrying of high-value goods?

61. Which of the following should you complete on the centre field of your tachograph chart before you start driving?

62. What danger should you be most aware of if you’re driving close to the kerb when driving through a busy shopping area?

63. What should you do if there’s a stationary queue of traffic ahead when you’re driving in fast-moving traffic along a motorway?

64. What can stop you from holding a bus or lorry driving licence?

69. How frequently should an analogue tachograph be checked at an approved calibration centre?

66. At what age are men at highest risk from sleep-related vehicle incidents (SRVIs)?

67. What should you do if you’re told to stop by a police officer in a patrol car?

72. How should you allow other vehicles overtake when you’re driving a slow-moving vehicle on a narrow road?

69. Why may it be dangerous to wave people across at pedestrian crossings?

73. There’s been a collision on the opposite carriageway. What should you do if drivers ahead are slowing to look whilst you’re driving on the motorway?

71. What should you do before using you phone whilst driving on the motorway?

72. How is drinking alcohol likely to have an effect on your driving?

73. What should you do when going past sheep that are on the road?

74. Where should you be especially aware of the effects of side wind when driving a high-sided vehicle on a motorway?

75. What should you do if you start to lose speed due to an uphill gradient when overtaking a lorry?

76. Your vehicle has a hand-held telephone. What should you do before taking or making a call with it?

77. What gap should you leave between your vehicle and the one in front when you’re driving at 50 mph (80 km/h) on a dry, level road?

80. When should you use a crawler lane?

79. How will gravity have an affect a laden vehicle going downhill?

80. When is a high-sided vehicle most impacted by side wind?

81. What should you do if you feel tired whilst driving along a motorway?

82. The reflective studs are red on your left and white on your right when you’re driving along a motorway in thick fog at night. Which lane are you in?

84. Where would you expect to find buffer lanes?

84. Why should you check your nearside mirror whilst overtaking a motorcycle in windy conditions?

86. What do you need to be cautious of when you’re driving in high winds?

86. Why can it be dangerous to follow a large goods vehicle too closely?

88. What should you do if you plan to overtake a lorry that’s throwing up spray?

90. What impact will drinking alcohol have on your driving?

89. How do you know when it’s safe to move back to the nearside lane when you’ve just overtaken another large vehicle?

90. It’s very windy and you’re overtaking a motorcyclist whilst on a motorway. What should you be particularly aware of that may cause them problems?

92. What should you do when you drive during windy weather?

92. You’re driving downhill. How will this have an affect on your vehicle?

93. What problem could you have when driving at night?

94. What should you expect when you’re driving a lorry towards a high bridge on a windy day?

95. What’s a crawler lane used for?

96. Why should you take care when you’e overtaking when on a motorway and the surface is still wet after rain?

97. What’s the best to drink during work time?

98. You’re driving behind two cyclists as they’re approaching a roundabout in the left-hand lane. What should you anticipate them to do next?

99. What should the hard shoulder on a motorway be used for?

90. A loud buzzer sounds in your vehicle. What’s this most likely to indicate?

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64. Air-brake systems usually have two lines. Which additional line is fitted on a three-line system?

2. Unless otherwise shown, what’s the minimum headroom under bridges in the UK?

3. What do you need to consider when transporting a high-value cargo of cigarettes?

3. While driving, your engine-oil warning light comes on. Why could it be dangerous to continue driving?

40. You notice that one of your tyres has a bulge in the side wall. What will happen if you drive the vehicle?

6. At an incident, you suspect a casualty has back injuries. What’s the best way to help them?

7. What’s the minimum depth of tread required over three-quarters of the breadth of a lorry tyre?

61. Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and you need to call for help. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone?

62. You’re stationary. The brake air-pressure warning light comes on. Why should you keep the parking brake on?

63. What will ‘pumping’ the brake pedal in a vehicle fitted with anti-lock brakes cause?

90. You’re driving between the hours of 11.30 pm and 7.00 am. When must you switch off your vehicle’s reverse warning bleeper?

12. What would be affected by a vehicle with faulty suspension?

12. What do the legs on a demountable body allow you to do?

21. You’ll be driving your vehicle in Europe. Which of these documents must you carry?

26. Which large vehicles are more likely to damage the road surface?

27. What’s the minimum diameter of rope that should be used when securing goods?

32. You’re delivering boxes of chilled food to a supermarket. What specific training would you need?

41. What hazard should you be aware of when opening the tank hatches?

46. What’s the best way to lift a heavy object?

52. What’s the current fine for each person illegally carried into the UK?

21. How can you help to protect the environment?

57. Your vehicle is fitted with a reverse warning bleeper. How will this affect you when you’re reversing?

80. You’re using a lorry-mounted crane to unload building materials. What safety features should you use?

24. Why are baffle plates fitted to tankers carrying liquids?

25. What’s the main reason for covering a skip that you’re transporting?

77. Why could it be dangerous to continue driving if your engine-oil warning light turns on?

27. What should you do if the load on your lorry becomes insecure?

4. What should you do if your vehicle breaks down when driving through a tunnel?

87. What’s the benefit of energy-saving tyres?

7. What helps you to become a fuel-efficient driver?

99. What’s the most probable reason for a diesel-engined vehicle running erratically in very cold weather conditions?

32. What should be given urgent priority when you arrive at the scene of an incident where someone is injured?

33. What’s the minimum height under the bridge if your approaching a bridge with no height restriction on it?

34. When do long vehicles sometimes need to straddle lanes?

35. What’s the first thing you should do if you’re the first person to arrive at an incident where people are badly injured?

36. What should you do when you overtake a motorcyclist in very windy conditions?

41. What should you do as you approach these roadworks near the road?

38. You’re driving an articulated tanker on a straight road. How will the liquid load affect the vehicle as you brake to a stop?

39. What should you do to help while waiting for the emergency services to arrive at the scene of an incident where there are casualties?

50. You’re driving an open tipper lorry carrying loose dry sand. Why should you sheet this load?

41. How should you drive through flood water?

42. A pedestrian’s leg is bleeding heavily, but there’s nothing stuck in the wound. What could you do to help whilst waiting for the emergency services to arrive?

43. A pedestrian is bleeding heavily from a leg wound, but their leg isn’t broken. What could you do to help them at the scene of an incident?

44. What should you do before attempting to put the fire out if your engine catches fire?

58. What should you do when you’re driving through a tunnel whilst there is heavy traffic?

46. What should you do if you notice a vehicle too close behind whilst driving in traffic on the motorway?

77. What could cause your steering to become unresponsive when driving in heavy rain?

48. What should you do when visibility is reduced by heavy rain and spray when driving a lorry on the motorway?

49. Why might you consider tying the curtains open when driving an empty curtain-sided vehicle?

50. You notice that the steering feels heavy when driving a new articulated lorry that’s fully laden. What could be a cause for this?

51. What should you do after overtaking another vehicle on a dual carriageway?

52. What should you do if traffic behind you is being held up if you’ve stopped for an elderly pedestrian who’s slowly crossing the road?

53. What should you do with the tachograph chart if during your break, your vehicle will be moved by another person?

54. Your tractor unit has three air lines and you’re connecting to a trailer that has two air-line couplings. What colour is the line you should not connect to the trailer?

55. When should you use your vehicle’s horn?

56. What should you do before overtaking a vehicle on a single carriageway road?

57. When is there a particular risk of sleep-related incidents?

58. What impact will using a mobile phone have on your driving?

59. What will you have to deal with when driving at night?

60. You’ve driven a long distance and begin to feel tired. Your tachograph shows that you haven’t exceeded your driving hours. What should you do in these scenario?

61. What should you do when you’re being followed by an ambulance with flashing blue lights turned on?

62. Why is tailgating dangerous?

63. You look in your mirrors and see smoke coming from your rear tyres whilst driving on the motorway. What should you do?

64. What should you do if you see a vehicle is coming from the right side, with its left indicator flashing when waiting at a T-junction?

65. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone when your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and you need to call for help?

66. What component installed to your vehicle will help following drivers in wet weather?

67. Which road users are most likely to be affected by the turbulence that is created by large vehicles which are travelling at speed?

71. What ground conditions are most suitable for a tipper lorry to tip its load?

69. You’re on a motorway and there’s a strong side wind. Which vehicle is particularly at risk of this?

70. How can you lower the chance of your lorry or trailer being stolen?

71. You’re driving in fog that has started to clear. When should you turn off your vehicles high-intensity rear fog lights?

72. Why do you need to increase your distance from the vehicle in front when driving in heavy rain?

73. What should you do if an overtaking vehicle pulls in too close in front of your vehicle?

75. What should you do if you find an air leak in the braking system whilst checking your vehicle?

76. Why do air tanks on brake systems need to be drained?

76. When should you use the two-second rule?

77. How should you try to leave the vehicle if it has broken down at night on a two-way road?

78. When should yuor vehicles wheel nuts be checked?

79. What could make your steering suddenly heavy to turn?

80. When is a high-sided vehicle most impacted by side wind?

82. What does this motorway sign mean?

82. Which ancillary equipment will cause the greatest increase in fuel consumption?

83. How could a professional driver improve their efficiency?

84. What can cause unnecessary pollution to the environment?

85. What are the consequences of driving your vehicle when it’s emitting excessive exhaust smoke?

86. What can be expected after drivers complete a Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC)?

57. You’ve stopped at a pelican crossing. What should you do if the lights have changed to green but a disabled person is still crossing?

89. Where are these lights found?

89. At toucan crossings, pedestrians share the crossing with which other road users?

93. Which road users are especially at risk at a road junction?

91. Which road users are more vulnerable at night in built-up areas?

64. A horse rider is in the left-hand lane approaching a roundabout. What should you expect the rider to do?

93. How will a school crossing patrol signal you to stop?

94. Where would you expect to see these road markings?

95. What does this sign mean?

97. Where would you find these flashing red lights?

97. What’s the best to drink during work time?

98. You’re on a motorway. Your lorry has a maximum authorised mass of more than 7.5 tonnes. What does this sign mean to you?

62. Your’e driving a lorry that’s carrying a heavy load. What should you be prepared to do when you see this sign ahead?

90. A loud buzzer sounds in your vehicle. What’s this most likely to indicate?

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61. Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and you need to call for help. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone?

2. You’re uncoupling a lorry and trailer. What should you do after disconnecting the electrical line?

63. What will ‘pumping’ the brake pedal in a vehicle fitted with anti-lock brakes cause?

59. You’re driving on a single carriageway. When may you use your mobile phone?

60. What will you have to deal with when you’re driving at night?

62. You’re stationary. The brake air-pressure warning light comes on. Why should you keep the parking brake on?

64. Air-brake systems usually have two lines. Which additional line is fitted on a three-line system?

65. A lorry is overtaking you on a two-lane motorway. What should you do if it doesn’t have the speed to get past?

66. How can you find out when an analogue tachograph was last recalibrated?

4. You’re driving in a town. What should you do when you see this sign on a stationary bus ahead?

2. You’re waiting to turn right in this lorry (arrowed). What danger should you be most aware of?

95. You’re waiting to turn left at a junction. In your mirror you can see a cyclist moving up between the kerb and the nearside of your vehicle. How should you deal with the cyclist?

12. What do the legs on a demountable body allow you to do?

33. How can you plan your route before setting out?

34. Why should you check for motorcyclists just before turning right into a side road?

35. You’re driving a lorry with a sleeper cab. When would a quick sideways glance be helpful?

36. Why is a toucan crossing different from other crossings?

37. Who must you inform if the load on your trailer hits a railway bridge?

42. What additional training do you need before transporting frozen foods?

20. What would be the most likely effect of driving with the rev counter in the red band?

21. You’re waiting to come out of a side road. Why should you look carefully for motorcycles?

22. You’ve parked for a short time in a town while you plan your route. What should you do while your vehicle is parked?

60. The MSM routine should be used when you negotiate a hazard. What do the initials MSM stand for?

72. When would you need to check your nearside mirror?

25. You’re turning right at a T-junction. What should you do when your view to the right and left is blocked by parked vehicles?

76. You’re driving a large vehicle. How does its size and design affect the blind spots?

30. You’re behind a parked car. What should you do when you’re about to move off?

31. How often should the components of a fifth-wheel coupling be inspected?

29. You’ve parked your vehicle on level ground to deliver a load of building materials. What should you do before using the vehicle-mounted crane?

30. You’re driving on a smart motorway. What’s the speed limit when the hard shoulder is being used as a running lane?

98. You’re making several deliveries. What problems may the decreasing payload cause?

32. What should be given urgent priority when you arrive at the scene of an incident where someone is injured?

33. What could occur if you overfill your vehicles engine with oil?

34. You suspect a casualty has back injuries at the scene of an incident. What’s the best way to help them?

35. What’s the fifth-wheel coupling used for?

36. What training must you undertake before driving a lorry which is loaded with toxic substances?

40. What’s the first thing you should try to do if your vehicle is caught fire whilst you’re driving through a tunnel?

38. What can cab-mounted wind deflectors reduce?

39. How can vehicle breakdowns be lowered?

1. You’re driving in a built-up area between 11.30 pm and 7.00 am. For what reason can you sound the vehicle’s horn?

41. What should you use to break the electrical connection if a casualty is in contact with live electrical cables?

42. What’s the main purpose for cleaning your vehicles wheels and tyres when you leave a building site?

46. What should you check for wear or damage on a drawbar unit on your vehicle?

44. What could occur if there isn’t enough oil in your engine?

57. At what time should you check the oil level in your engine?

46. What’s the first thing you should do to help an injured person is lying in a busy road?

75. What should you do if the vehicle can still be driven after it has caught fire whilst in a tunnel?

48. Why would you move a casualty is unconscious but still breathing?

52. What should you do if you have to stop when driving through a congested tunnel?

99. What could happen if you drive a double-deck lorry with the top deck loaded and the lower deck empty?

51. Bus and lorry tyres have codes on their side walls. What do these codes refer to?

52. What should you do if you see lorries merging from a slip road ahead whilst you’re driving at the speed limit in the left-hand lane of a motorway?

53. Where would you see an escape lane?

54. When are you allowed to drive without wearing your seat belt?

58. What will happen if you start to overtake if you’e driving a fully laden vehicle and are approaching an uphill gradient?

56. How could this create a hazard for other road users if your vehicle suffers a tyre blow-out?

57. What’s the highest risk to your safety when you’re overtaking on a motorway in very wet weather?

58. How can you improve your view ahead when following a large vehicle?

59. What should you do when spray is causing poor visibility when driving on the motorway and it’s raining heavily?

63. When may you use your vehicle’s hazard warning lights while it’s in motion?

61. What should you do if your steering suddenly feels very light when driving in heavy rain?

62. Where should you park your vehicle before you check the engine oil level?

63. What could occur if you overfill your engine with oil?

64. When should the wheel nuts be checked again after you’ve had to change a wheel on your vehicle?

68. What should you do before driving your lorry away from a wet construction site which is located at the side of a motorway?

66. What should you do if you notice that the sidelights work but the headlights are faulty before starting long journey midway through the day?

67. What should you do if the brake pedal becomes harder to press down?

68. What should you do if your power-assisted steering fails abruptly?

69. What will happen to the vehicle if serious defects are found if the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and the police carry out spot checks for faulty vehicles?

73. There’s been a collision on the opposite carriageway. What should you do if drivers ahead are slowing to look whilst you’re driving on the motorway?

71. How often should the components of the fifth-wheel coupling be examined?

72. Why should you check your vehicles double rear wheels before leaving a building site?

73. Why are energy-saving tyres more effective?

74. Your vehicle leaks diesel fuel on a roundabout. Who will this affect most?

75. Many modern vehicles are fitted with an additional nearside mirror. What does this help the driver to see?

76. You’re approaching this roundabout and see the cyclist signal right. Why is the cyclist keeping to the left?

77. What must you do to ensure good all-round vision when driving?

79. You’re found to be two-and-a-half times over the legal drink-drive limit and are disqualified from driving. Before regaining your licence, who will you have to satisfy that you don’t have an alcohol problem?

79. You’re returning to the UK and are about to board a ferry. An immigration officer asks to see your documentation. What must you show them immediately?

80. Every five years, you must complete further training to keep your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC). How many hours of training must you complete over those five years?

81. You’re applying for an LGV or PCV licence for the first time. What will your medical examination include?

82. How could you save fuel?

85. What will cause your fuel consumption to increase?

84. Which driving technique can save you fuel?

85. What’s reduced by fitting a fly sheet tightly over a tipper body?

86. Your vehicle is fitted with an engine management system. What will happen if you press the accelerator when you’re starting the engine?

88. What should you do if you plan to overtake a lorry that’s throwing up spray?

88. What should you do when you’re following a motorcyclist on an uneven road?

97. Which of these is the main cause of collisions involving motorcycles?

92. You’re driving in a town. What should you do when you see this sign on a stationary bus ahead?

59. You’re driving past a bus that’s waiting at a bus stop on the other side of the road. Why should you be careful?

12. You’re approaching a roundabout. What should you do if you see a cyclist signalling to turn right?

84. You’re driving in fog on a three-lane motorway. Which lane are you in when you can see red reflective studs on your left and white reflective studs on your right?

56. You’re driving a laden articulated lorry with a maximum authorised mass of 38 tonnes on a dual carriageway in England. What speed limit applies to your vehicle after passing this sign?

63. What colour follows the green signal at a puffin crossing?

91. What are these advanced stop lines for?

97. Which of these vehicles is at the most risk from strong side wind?

98. What should you do when it’s safe for the coach to move back to the left if it’s overtaking you?

100. You’re driving in the left-hand lane of a motorway. What should you do when you see a large vehicle merging from a slip road onto the motorway ahead?

4. Your motor insurance policy has an excess of £100. What does this mean?

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59. You’re driving on a single carriageway. When may you use your mobile phone?

60. What will you have to deal with when you’re driving at night?

61. Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and you need to call for help. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone?

62. You’re stationary. The brake air-pressure warning light comes on. Why should you keep the parking brake on?

63. What will ‘pumping’ the brake pedal in a vehicle fitted with anti-lock brakes cause?

64. Air-brake systems usually have two lines. Which additional line is fitted on a three-line system?

65. A lorry is overtaking you on a two-lane motorway. What should you do if it doesn’t have the speed to get past?

66. How can you find out when an analogue tachograph was last recalibrated?

68. While you’re driving, you notice your tachograph isn’t working. What should you do?

92. Which fuel provides a reduction in exhaust emissions harmful to human health?

7. What does this motorway sign mean?

8. What does this traffic sign mean?

23. You’re driving a long vehicle. What should you be especially careful of before turning left onto a main road?

14. You’re driving past parked cars. What should you do if you notice a bicycle wheel sticking out between them?

22. What does this sign mean?

31. You hold a full category C licence. What does this entitle you to tow?

17. In which part of the United Kingdom do traffic officers operate?

91. When may an audible warning device for reversing be used in areas with a 30 mph speed limit?

45. What will happen if you drive too close to the vehicle in front?

51. When are motorcyclists particularly vulnerable?

21. Which drivers are given instructions by diamond-shaped signs?

56. You’re about to overtake horse riders. What could scare the horses?

26. Your vehicle is fitted with an engine management system. What will happen if you press the accelerator when you’re starting the engine?

66. You’re driving in a built-up area. Your vehicle is fitted with an audible warning device that sounds when it’s reversing. When must you turn off this alarm?

25. What’s the national speed limit on a motorway for a lorry weighing over 7.5 tonnes?

75. Spilled diesel makes the road very slippery. Which vehicles will be most at risk from this hazard?

79. What does air suspension help to protect?

28. In what circumstances will short-wheelbase vehicles bounce more noticeably than long-wheelbase vehicles?

86. What does ‘blind spot’ mean?

90. You’re driving between the hours of 11.30 pm and 7.00 am. When must you switch off your vehicle’s reverse warning bleeper?

95. You’re waiting to turn left at a junction. In your mirror you can see a cyclist moving up between the kerb and the nearside of your vehicle. How should you deal with the cyclist?

32. For how long is a Statutory Off-Road Notification (SORN) valid?

33. How can you plan your route before setting out?

34. Why should you check for motorcyclists just before turning right into a side road?

35. You’re driving a lorry with a sleeper cab. When would a quick sideways glance be helpful?

36. Why is a toucan crossing different from other crossings?

37. Planning your route before starting a journey is a good idea. Why should you also plan an alternative route?

38. You’ll need to take 35 hours of training to maintain your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC). Over what period must this be carried out?

39. You’re driving a vehicle with an unladen trailer. What could happen if you change down to a low gear while travelling at speed?

25. You’re driving a lorry 30 feet long and towing a trailer 15 feet long. What should you do when you see this sign?

41. What do the codes on the side walls of tyres for buses and lorrys refer to?

42. Which of these loads needs to be transported at a controlled temperature?

43. What could be the result of overloading an axle while loading a lorry?

44. What’s the best knot to use when securing a load with ropes?

56. How should you adjust your mirrors after recoupling your trailer?

46. How soon should the rear brake-light bulbs be replaced if it has failed?

74. Which tool is important for fitting a road wheel?

48. What should you do if the air-pressure warning device starts to operate when driving on a motorway?

49. Where can you get information to help carry out minor repairs on your vehicle?

99. What could happen if you drive a double-deck lorry with the top deck loaded and the lower deck empty?

51. You’re covering a load using more than one sheet. Why should you start with the rearmost sheet, then work forwards?

52. What should you do before you change a wheel on your vehicle?

53. It’s been eight hours since you last consumed an alcoholic drink. What effect could the alcohol have on your driving ability?

54. Where should you avoid travelling when driving a high-sided vehicle in very windy conditions?

55. What should you do before disconnecting any of the air lines when uncoupling a trailer?

56. Your lorry has a double-deck body. The top tier is loaded and the lower deck is empty. When will the vehicle be most at risk of overturning?

57. What check should be made on each tyre before starting a long motorway journey?

58. How can you prevent moisture freezing in your vehicles air storage tanks in cold conditions?

59. What’s most probable to cause a burst tyre?

60. What’s the job of the oil filter?

61. What will occur if you follow a consistent vehicle maintenance schedule?

62. What do the legs on a demountable body enable you to do?

63. What must you check first when uncoupling or recoupling your trailer?

67. What should you ensure you check before you drive off from a muddy building site onto the road?

66. Which load may need to be transported at a controlled temperature?

67. You’re driving a loaded lorry with curtain sides. What should you do when you see the curtain bulging on one side?

70. What can result from overloading an axle?

69. Which of these best describes a vehicle’s payload?

70. What should you do before you begin to overtake a lorry?

71. You’re securing a load using chains. Which type of chain is unsafe for securing a load?

72. How is drinking alcohol likely to have an effect on your driving?

73. You’re going to drive an articulated lorry with an ISO container on the trailer. How should the container be secured to the trailer?

74. What will happen if you drive too close to the vehicle in front?

75. Which of these is the main cause of collisions involving motorcycles?

76. You’re approaching this roundabout and see the cyclist signal right. Why is the cyclist keeping to the left?

77. You’re about to overtake a motorcyclist when they look around over their right shoulder. What’s the most likely reason for them doing this?

78. You’re driving on a road with an uneven surface. What should you do if you’re following a motorcyclist along this road?

79. You’ll need to take 35 hours of training to maintain your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC). Over what period must this be carried out?

80. What distance should you stay behind the vehicle in front when you’re driving at a speed of 50 mph (80 km/h) in good, dry conditions?

81. Who’s responsible for making sure that cargo arrives undamaged?

82. How will your body clock have an effect on your driving between midnight and 6.00 am?

84. Where would you expect to find buffer lanes?

84. Why should you check your nearside mirror whilst overtaking a motorcycle in windy conditions?

85. What should you do when you’re at a zebra crossing?

86. Why can it be dangerous to follow a large goods vehicle too closely?

87. Where do most sleep-related vehicle incidents happen?

90. What impact will drinking alcohol have on your driving?

89. How do you know when it’s safe to move back to the nearside lane when you’ve just overtaken another large vehicle?

90. What should you do if you’re taking medication that could have an effect on your driving?

91. Which road users are more vulnerable at night in built-up areas?

92. Your doctor has given you a course of medicine. Why should you ask the doctor whether it’s safe to drive when taking the medicine?

93. How will a school crossing patrol signal you to stop?

94. Where would you expect to see these road markings?

95. What does this sign mean?

96. Why should you take care when you’e overtaking when on a motorway and the surface is still wet after rain?

97. What does this sign mean?

98. What should you do when it’s safe for the coach to move back to the left if it’s overtaking you?

99. What should the hard shoulder on a motorway be used for?

4. Your motor insurance policy has an excess of £100. What does this mean?

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Start Quiz

59. You’re driving on a single carriageway. When may you use your mobile phone?

61. Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and you need to call for help. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone?

66. How can you find out when an analogue tachograph was last recalibrated?

67. How many days does a driver’s smart card normally cover?

38. What’s most likely to cause tiredness?

6. You’re driving a lorry at night. What can you do to help yourself stay alert?

48. You’re driving a large vehicle on a narrow road with passing places. What will you need to be most aware of?

60. What will you have to deal with when you’re driving at night?

65. A lorry is overtaking you on a two-lane motorway. What should you do if it doesn’t have the speed to get past?

68. While you’re driving, you notice your tachograph isn’t working. What should you do?

8. What does this sign mean?

12. What are traffic officers authorised to do?

13. Why do motorcyclists use dipped headlights in the daytime?

20. You’re approaching a red light at a puffin crossing. Pedestrians are on the crossing. How long will the red light stay on?

21. What does this arm signal mean?

16. What must you do when you park a lorry weighing more than 7.5 tonnes on a verge for essential loading?

34. You’re driving on a motorway and there’s no traffic ahead. You see this sign. Which lane should you use?

47. Why do you have to be alert for motorcyclists in queues of traffic?

45. What will happen if you drive too close to the vehicle in front?