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

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

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

When should you give way to a bus?

What colour is a Doctors light on their vehicle?

Drinking alcohol as a driver will give you

What should you do if the large lorry is turning right in front of you, & moves to the left hand side of the road   Lorry turning right

What does DVLA stand for?

When in stationary traffic, how do you minimalize glare to the vehicle behind you?

What is the normal reaction time of a full alert driver?

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

When should you flash your headlights?

What is the correct speed to drive at in the fog?

When can you supervise a Learner Driver? Mark THREE answers

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

What is tailgating?

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

What does this road sign mean?

What does this road sign mean?


What's the national speed limit on motorways for cars and motorcycles?


Where are the red studs found on a motorway?


Which of the following are not allowed on a motorway? Mark two answers


If there are red X's flashing above your ALL lanes on the motorway, what should you do?


What are green rectangle signs use for?


If you cause damage to a property & no one is around, what do you need to do within 24 hours?


When would you use an arm signal? Mark three answers


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?


When should you use your hazard lights?


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


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


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?


You are in lane 3 of the motorway. A police car comes up behind you with its blue flashing lights on. What should you do?

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.



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