More theory test quiz questions
by Fiona Taylor
Do you know your puffins from your zebras?
I thought I would take a little theory test quiz just to see how much I actually knew! Oh my goodness – I have been driving for *ahem* 22 years now and I would fail the theory test if I had to take one. I am a good driver though. How would you get on? Take our sample theory test quiz below and let us know how you get on.
Here’s a little theory test quiz for you to see how well you would do if you had to take your theory test today;
A stop line is:
A -A double dashed line, B -A single dashed line, C – A solid white line, D – A solid yellow line
An Equestrian pedestrian crossing allows:
A – Cyclists as well as pedestrians to cross, B – Elderly pedestrians to cross slower, C – Just pedestrians, D – Horses and pedestrians to cross
When giving mouth to mouth, you should only stop when:
A – You think the emergency services have arrived, B – The casualty starts to breathe without any further help, C – You think they have died, D – The casualty has turned cold
You’ve just overtaken another car. You should:
A – Stay on the right until you are 8 car lengths ahead, B – Move back to the left as soon as you are past the car, C – Move back to the left when you see the other car in your mirror, D – Exceed the speed limit briefly to get well ahead
Which of these would most likely impair your judgement?
A – Prescription drugs, B – Smoking, C – Wearing glasses, D – Radio on
You are being overtaken by another vehicle, you must:
A – Not accelerate, B – Move more left, C – Slow right down, D – Look straight ahead and not make eye contact
When would you use your hazard warning lights?
A – When parked on a one-way street, B – When you see a hazard ahead on a motorway to warn drivers behind, C -When parked outside a shop for a brief moment, D – To thank somebody
What type of road would you be on if you saw this sign?
A – Residential road, B – Motorway, C – Dual carriageway, D – Country road
Check your answers to our theory test quiz below;
1 – A – A situation which actually causes you to change speed or course
2 – C – A solid white line
3 – A – Has sensors
4 – D – Horses and pedestrians to cross
5 – B – The casualty starts to breathe without any further help
6 – B – Move back to the left as soon as you are past the car
7 – A – Prescription drugs
8 – A – Not accelerate
9 – B – When you see a hazard ahead on a motorway to warn drivers behind
10 – B – Motorway
How did you do? Why not tweet us @satmotracking to tell us how many you got right.