1. 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
2. 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.
3. 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
4. You should inform your pupil that during the turn in the road exercise they should complete the manoeuvre
A) As quickly as possible in three movments
B) In three movments but touching the kerb would not necessarlily mean a failure
C) With as few moves as possible taking into account the size of the vehicle and the width of the road
D) In three movments without touching the kerb
5. You are towing a trailer with your car on a motorway. What is the maximum speed limit?
A) 40 mph
B) 50 mph
C) 70 mph
D) 60 mph
6. 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.
7. To help a pupil attain a good standard of driving the amount of verbal instruction should be?
A) Reduce as their competence increases
B) Increase as the test approaches
C) maintain at the same level regardless of competence
D) stopped when they reach standard
8. 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
9. 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.
10. Drivers convicteed of certain dangerous driving offences, are required to take an extended test,Which?
A) Takes about 70min and will include additional manoeuvres.
B) Is concentrated on their convictionIs the same length of time as the ordinary L test.
C) Is concentrated on their conviction
D) Takes about 70min and will include the same manoeuvres as the ordinary L test
11. You must show your motor insurance certificate when?
A) You are taking your driving test.
B) Having an MOT inspection.
C) Buying or selling a vehicle.
D) You are taxing your vehicle.
12. You are planning to turn right onto a major road at a Y-junction to improve your view you should position your vehicle?
A) At a right angle to the stop or give way lines.
B) Close to the left-hand side of the minor road.
C) Parallel to the centre line on the minor road.
D) Just left of the centre line on the minor road.
13. 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
14. You need to top up your battery what level should it be filled up to?
A) Just above the cell plates
B) Half way up the battery
C) The top of the battery
D) Just below the cell plates
15. 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
16. You would normally see a contra flow bus and cycle lane on.
A) A dual carriageway
B) A roundabout
C) A one way street
D) An urban motorway.
17. When being overtaken at night you should dip your lights.
A) Well after the vehicle passes you
B) As soon as the vehicle passes you.
C) When ever the vehicle behind flashes its lights.
D) Never.
18. 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.
19. Which of these should not use the right -hand lane of a three lane motorway?
A) Vehicles under 3.5 tonnes.
B) Any vehicle towing a trailer.
C) Any Motorcycles.
D) People carriers with seven seats.
20. During a lesson an Instructor continually uses either the steering or the dual controls this is likely to
A) Help to build up the pupils anticipation skills
B) Assist in developing the pupils hazard awareness skills
C) Build pupils confidence as they feel the instructor is in control.
D) Do little to build the pupils faith in the Instructor