Category B (Car)


1. Powered vehicles used by disabled people are small and hard to see. How do they give early warning when on a dual carriageway?
A) They will have a flashing green light.
B) They will have a flashing red light.
C) They will have a flashing amber light.
D) They will have a flashing blue light.
2. You are on a good,dry road surface and your vehicle has good brakes and tyre's. What is the typical overall stopping distance at 60 mph
A) 12 meters/40 feet.
B) 73 meters/240 feet.
C) 36 meters/120 feet.
D) 96 meters/315 feet.
3. Can driving with fog lights on be against the law.
A) Yes
B) No
C) Only in the summer.
D) Not if it is Dark.
4. Congestion charges apply in the London area .Who of these will not have to pay?
A) A person who drives through the area.
B) A driver making deliveries.
C) A person who lives in the area.
D) A driver with no other passengers in the vehicle.
5. Where may you overtake on a one-way street?
A) Left.
B) Right.
C) Left & right.
D) No overtaking allowed.
6. You are driving towards a left hand bend. What dangers should you be aware of?
A) A vehicle overtaking you
B) No whitelines in the centre of the road
C) No sign to warn you of the bend
D) Pedestrians walking towards you
7. You see an amber traffic light on its own what will come next?
A) Green
B) Amber & Green
C) Red Alone
D) Red & Amber
8. What color of studs do you find on a motorway?
A) Green and Blue
B) Red White Blue
C) Red Amber Green and White
D) White
9. You are on a good ,dry ,road surface and your vehicle has good brakes and tyres.What is the typical overall stopping distance at 20mp
A) 12 meters (40 feet)
B) 23 meters (75 feet)
C) 36 meters (120 feet)
D) 53 meters (175 feet)
10. Areas reserved for trams may have
A) Road surface textured
B) Road surface coloured
C) White line markings
D) All of the Above
11. What is the max speed on a single carriageway road?
A) 50mph
B) 60mph
C) 70mph
D) 40mph
12. You are on a good ,dry ,road surface and your vehicle has good brakes and tyres.What is the typical overall stopping distance at 40mph?
A) 23meters (75feet)
B) 36 meters (120feet)
C) 53 meters (175 feet)
D) 96 meters (315)
13. Motorway Telephones normally connect you to an operator @ a?
A) Police station
B) the Rac
C) a Control Centre
D) the BBC
14. Does a Puffin Crossing have a Flashing Amber phase that is visable to the driver of the vehicle?
A) at peak traffic times only
B) Only on Sundays.
C) No
D) Yes
15. Who of these will not have to pay congestion charges in London?
A) A van driver.
B) A car driver whose vehicle is more than 1000cc.
C) A rider of a two-wheeled vehicle.
D) a driver who just wants to park in the area.
16. You are on a good, dry, road surface and your vehicle has good brakes and tyres. What is the typical overall stopping distance at 70mph?
A) 53 meters /175 feet.
B) 73meters/240 feet.
C) 96 meters /315 feet.
D) 12 meters/ 40 feet.
17. On a motorway the amber reflective studs can be found?
A) Between lanes.
B) Across the carriageway.
C) At slip roads.
D) Between the centre reservation and the carriageway.
18. What is Aqua planing.
A) When you dive from a cliff and hit the water at an angle.
B) Aquaplaning when water has built up betweeen the tyre and the road making you slide along the road.
C) Surfing
D) When your car is sliding along a frozen surface after a snow storm.
19. Where you see street lights but no speed limit signs the limit is usually?
A) 60mph.
B) 50mph.
C) 40mph.
D) 30mph.
20. Who of these will not have to pay congestion charges in London?
A) A car driver whose vehicle is more than 1000cc
B) A van driver making delivers
C) A driver who just wants to park in the area
D) A rider of a two- wheeled vehicle