Category B (Car)


1. Using mobile phone when driving is illegal. Your chances of having an accident increase by?
A) Four times
B) Eight times
C) Twelve times
D) Two times
2. Case Study Questions.
In your Theory Test you will be presented with one case study where you will be required to answer 5 questions that are related to the scenario displayed on screen.
Each question will still be in the multiple choice format as with the other Theory Test questions.
You will still need to answer 50 multiple choice questions that are broken down as follows:


45 multiple choice questions
5 multiple choice questions that relate to the case study

The pass mark remains at 43/50.

An example of the type of case study question is shown below.

There is nothing to be worried about providing you know all the current questions in the \'Official Theory Test\' question bank.
EXAMPLE
If you were driving and missed the road you should have taken and need to turn round in the road because you were talking to Sally about her boyfriend Mike and went the wrong way.
You can carry out a u turn but first you need to ....
A) Give an arm gesture as well as signals.
B) Signal.
C) Select a higher gear.
D) Look Over your shoulder to check blind spot before turning.
3. Where you see street lights but no speed limit signs the limit is usually?
A) 60mph.
B) 50mph.
C) 40mph.
D) 30mph.
4. What is the max speed on a single carriageway road?
A) 50mph
B) 60mph
C) 70mph
D) 40mph
5. 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
6. Before entering a tunnel its good advice to?
A) Switch off the lights.
B) Tune your radio to a local channel.
C) Change to a lower gear
D) Get the shades on.
7. 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.
8. 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.
9. You are on a motorway in fog. The left - hand edge of the motorway can be identified by reflective studs. What colour are they?
A) Amber.
B) White.
C) Green.
D) Red.
10. What is most likely to cause high fuel consumption?
A) Poor steering.
B) Accelerating around bends.
C) Staying in high gears.
D) Harsh braking and accelerating.
11. You have broken down on a two-way road. You have a warning triangle.At what distance and where should it be displayed?
A) 100 meters behind you
B) On the roof of the car
C) At least 45 meters behind your vehicle
D) 50 meters behind you
12. 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
13. 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.
14. What color are the coundown markers that lead to a concealed level crossing.
A) Blue.
B) Red
C) Green only in Ireland
D) Red Only in UK
15. What colour are the reflective studs between a motorway and its slip road?
A) Blue
B) Orange
C) Red
D) Green
16. What percentage of all emissions does road transport account for?
A) 10%
B) 40%
C) 20%
D) 60%
17. You are in a tunnel your vehicle is on fire and you cannot drive it . What should you do?
A) Try and put out the fire, switch on your hazard warning lights
B) Try and put out the fire,switch off hazards
C) Push it out of the tunnel
D) all of the above
18. 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
19. 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.
20. You are following a vehicle on a wet road. You should leave a time gap of at least how many seconds?
A) 2 .
B) 4 .
C) 6 .
D) 8 .