Category B (Car)


1. When taxing a vehicle which of the following applies ?
A) You must be over eighteen years of age
B) You must have Insurance for the vehicle you are paying the road tax ( vehicle license ) for.
C) You need to be a millionaire.
D) You need to be living in a built up area
2. A statutory off road notification will last? (SORN)
A) For 12 months only
B) For as long as you own the vehicle
C) Until the vehicle warranty expires
D) For 12 years
3. You are following two cyclists they approach a roundabout in the left-hand lane.In which direction should you expect the cyclist to go?
A) Left.
B) Second on the left.
C) Any direction.
D) Turn right.
4. 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.
5. When should you STOP on a motorway? Select 2 answers
A) When you are tired and need a rest or if your mobile rings.
B) If you have to read a map or you need to have a cigarette.
C) When told to by the police or when signalled by a highways agency traffic officer.
D) When a red light is lit above every lane or when told to by the police.
6. What percentage of all emissions does road transport account for?
A) 10%
B) 40%
C) 20%
D) 60%
7. Tyre pressures should be checked?
A) Once a day
B) Once a week
C) Every time before driving
D) Once a month
8. You have just passed your practical test. You do not hold a full license in another category. If within the first two years you get six penalty points on your license. What will you have to do? Select two answers
A) Re-apply for your provisional license
B) Re-take only your theory test
C) Re-take practical tests
D) Re-take your theory and practical tests
9. 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.
10. 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.
11. When driving a car fitted with automatic transmission what would you use kick down for?
A) Slow braking.
B) Quick acceleration.
C) Fuel economy.
D) Cruise control.
12. When should you update your vehicle registration certificate? (V5C)
A) When you pass your driving test.
B) When you move house.
C) After your 1st mot.
D) When you have an accident.
13. Which three pieces of information are found on a vehicle registration documents? Known as a V5 select two answers ...
A) Registered keeper's name address and the make of the vehicle.
B) Engine size.
C) Service history,type of insurance cover.
D) The cars birthday
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. Where you see street lights but no speed limit signs the limit is usually?
A) 60mph.
B) 50mph.
C) 40mph.
D) 30mph.
16. Case Study.
You decide to visit your friend who lives approx 20 miles away.
Nearing the end of your journey you come to a pedestrian crossing... why should you never wave a person on to the crossing ?
A) There may be another vehicle coming.
B) They may not be paying attention.
C) It is safer for you to carry on.
D) They may be not see you
17. 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
18. You see an amber traffic light on its own what will come next?
A) Green
B) Amber & Green
C) Red Alone
D) Red & Amber
19. 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.
20. 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