Category B (Car)


1. 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.
2. 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)
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. 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
6. 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.
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. 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
9. The police may ask you to produce which three of these documents following an accident.
A) Pilots licence, insurance ,driving licence
B) Insurance,driving licence vehicle registration
C) Insurance,dog licence, vehicle registration
D) Mot certificate,driving licence , insurance
10. Motorway Telephones normally connect you to an operator @ a?
A) Police station
B) the Rac
C) a Control Centre
D) the BBC
11. How can you help save the environment ? select 2 answers
A) By using a bycyle more.
B) Drive journeys with more planning involved
C) free wheel down hills
D) look out the side window at the flowers
12. The contra flow sign is found.
A) On a two way traffic road
B) On a country road
C) On a one way street
D) On a hump back bridge
13. 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.
14. You see a pedestrian with a dog. The dog has a yellow or burgundy coat .This especially warns you that the pedestrian is?
A) Deaf.
B) Blind & deaf.
C) Dog training.
D) Colour blind.
15. You are parking at night on a road with a 40 mph speed limit. Which of the following apply?
A) With parking lights on.
B) With dipped headlights on.
C) Near a street light.
D) Facing the traffic.
16. 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
17. 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.
18. 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
19. 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
20. Where may you overtake on a one-way street?
A) Left.
B) Right.
C) Left & right.
D) No overtaking allowed.