1. You must not drive if your breath alcohol level is higher than?
A) 35 microgrammes per 100 millilitres.
B) 30 microgrammes per 100 ml.
C) 25 microgrammes per 100ml.
D) 20 microgrammes per 100 ml.
2. When disabled drivers take their driving test what arrangements are made?
A) Extra time is given because all the manoeuvres must be carried out
B) Time is allowed for an extended test
C) Aspecial driving test is arranged to suit the candidates disaability
D) Extra time is given to the examiner
3. Learning by rote is an effective technique for?
A) Deciding on the best procedure at a roundabout.
B) Learning general driving.
C) Analysing a series of road manoeuvres.
D) Memorising facts and figures.
4. You break down on a two-way road . At what distance should a red breakdown warning triangle be placed behind the wheel?
A) 90 meters
B) 125 meters
C) 150 meters
D) 45 meters
5. Turning the wheel too late when turning a corner to the right will be marked on the driving test report as?
A) Control: steering
B) Positioning: normal driving
C) Junctions: turning right
D) positioning: lane discipline
6. You leave your vehicle overnight on a road with a 40 mph speed limit .You should park?
A) With parking lights on
B) Facing the traffic
C) Near a street light
D) With dipped headlights on
7. A pupil can be encouraged to develope a good driving attitude by.
A) An Instructor imposing their will
B) Letting them learn from experience
C) Persuasion and example
D) Asking Them to study the instruction manuals
8. You wish to park overnight on a road with a 40mph speed limit.The highway code states that you must park
A) Facing the traffic .
B) Near a street light.
C) With dipped headlights.
D) With parking lights on.
9. If convicted of drinking and driving twice within 10 years which Agency would you have to satisfy that they do not have an alcohol problem?
A) Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency's : Medical Branch.
B) Police Authority
C) Driving Standards Agency
D) Benefits Agency
10. What advise does the highway code give you when turning right onto a dual carriageway with a very narrow central reservation?
A) Emerge slightly to show your intentions.
B) Stop in the first lane so that other vehicles give way.
C) Proceed to the central reservation and wait.
D) Wait unti the road is clear in both directions.
11. The minimum distance that an examiner would ask a candidate to read an old style number plate which has letters and numbers of 79.4mm or three and one eighth inches high is.....
A) 20.5 meters
B) 18.0 meters
C) 22.7 meters
D) 25.0 meters
12. The publications containing advice on traffic regulations for all road users is
A) Driving the essential Skills.
B) Roadcraft.
C) The official Driving Test.
D) The Highway code.
13. You are on a dual carriageway ahead you see a slow moving vehicle with an amber flashing light the Highway code states that this light will be fitted on a....
A) A fire engine
B) A doctors vehicle
C) An ambulance
D) A disabled persons vehicle
14. The permissible maximum authorised mass of a category B vehicle used for an L test is?
A) 3.5 tonnes
B) 3.0 tonnes
C) 5.0 tonnes
D) 7.5 tonnes
15. The minimum age to drive a car by a person receiving the higher rate of disability living allowance is?
A) 15 years
B) 16 years
C) 17 years
D) 21years
16. What type of vehicle answering an emergency call would have a green flashing beacon?
A) Coastguard
B) Doctors car
C) Fire engine
D) Ambulance
17. Your vehicle goes into a skid, the left of your vehicle goes out what would happen if you oversteer to the left?
A) Nothing
B) You will correct the skid.
C) You will do a 360 spin.
D) This wil cause the vehicle to skid in the opposite direction.
18. At an accident it is important to look after the casualty when the area is safe, you should....
A) Get them out of the vehicle.
B) Keep them in the vehicle
C) Give them something to eat.
D) Give them a drink.
19. A newly qualified driver must?
A) Be accompanied on a motorway.
B) Not exceed 40mph for 12 months.
C) Have valid motor insurance.
D) Display green L-Plates.
20. An accident has just happened. An injured person is lying in the busy road. What is the first thing you should do to Help?
A) Treat the person for shock
B) Warn other traffic
C) Make sure the person is kept warm
D) Place them in the recovery position