Driving Theory Quizzes

Test out your knowledge with the two quizzes below. Just pick which category you’d like to practice. If you’d like to get your answers emailed to you please complete the form to start. We don’t save your details, these are just to help you to keep track of your answers. If you retake a quiz you will get different random questions, so this is good practice before you take your theory test.

Alertness, Attitude, Documents & Hazard Awareness

Welcome to your Cat 1 - Alertness, Attitude, Documents & Hazard Awareness


Before initiating the overtaking manoeuvre, what do you need to consider?

What should you do if the large lorry in front of you is indicating to turn left, but moves out to the right?

You are approaching an unmarked crossroads, what should you do?

When can you supervise a Learner Driver? Mark THREE answers

You have just passed your driving test, you get 6 penalty points on your licence, within 2 years of taking your test. What will you have to do?

What is the last thing you should do when moving off from behind a parked vehicle?

On a dry road, what distance should you leave between you & the vehicle in front?

What is tailgating?

You are moving off from the side of the road, where should you check before you move away?

Where would a windscreen pillar obstruct your view more than normal?

What documents do you need to get road tax? - Mark TWO answers

What should a newly qualified driver do?

When you see a hazard ahead, why should you use your mirrors?

When should you use your vehicle horn?

A pedestrian steps out in front of you, into the road. What should you do?

Incidents, Accidents and Emergencies Motorway Rules Other Types of Vehicle Road and Traffic Signs

Welcome to your Cat 2 - Incidents, Accidents and Emergencies Motorway Rules Other Types of Vehicle Road and Traffic Signs


Powered vehicles, such as wheelchairs or scooters, used by disabled people have a maximum speed of?


You are driving through a tunnel. Your car catches fine, what should you do?

If you see a triangular road sign what is it telling you?

If you see a triangular road sign, what is it telling you?


What are green rectangle signs use for?


You are following a large articulated vehicle. It is going to turn left into a narrow road. What should you do?


You turn up to a Road Traffic accident. A casualty has a burn. What is the shortest amount of time you should keep it being cooled for?


Where are the red studs found on a motorway?


You arrive at the scene of a Road Traffic accident. Someone is bleeding badly from an arm wound. Nothing is sticking out of the ar.  What should you do?


You are driving in the rain, spray is impairing your vision. What lights should you have on?


How many lanes are there on a motorway?


When should you use your hazard lights?

What does this road sign mean?

What does this road sign mean?

Which people do you help if you arrive at an accident with casualties?

The quiet casualties are probably the worst injured. Reassure the noisy ones that help is on the way.


What must you not do on Zig-zag lines at a pedestrian crossing?


How can you identify traffic signs that give orders?



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