Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness and medical conditions. Taking medicines when driving. junction reversing from a driveway DVLA Theory Test.
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Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 1 of 25

You think the driver of the vehicle in front has forgotten to cancel their right indicator. What should you do?

Flash your lights to alert the driver

Sound your horn before overtaking

Overtake on the left if there's room

Stay behind and don't overtake

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 2 of 25

You're following a slower-moving vehicle on a narrow country road. There's a junction just ahead on the right. What should you do?

Overtake after checking your mirrors and signalling

Only consider overtaking when you're past the junction

Accelerate quickly to pass before the junction

Slow down and prepare to overtake on the left

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 3 of 25

What advice should you give to a driver who has had a few alcoholic drinks at a party?

Have a strong cup of coffee and then drive home

Drive home carefully and slowly

Go home by public transport

Wait a short while and then drive home

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 4 of 25

Why must you take extra care when turning right at this junction?

The road surface is poor

The footpaths are narrow

The road markings are faint

The view is restricted

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 5 of 25

You're driving along this road. The driver on the left is reversing from a driveway. What should you do?

Move to the opposite side of the road

Drive through as you have priority

Sound your horn and be prepared to stop

Speed up and drive through quickly

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 6 of 25

What will be a serious distraction from driving?

Looking at road maps

Switching on your demister

Using your windscreen washers

Looking in your door mirror

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 7 of 25

What type of vehicle could you expect to meet in the middle of the road?

Lorry

Bicycle

Car

Motorcycle

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 8 of 25

What's the main hazard the driver of the red car (arrowed) should be aware of?

Glare from the sun may affect the driver's vision

The black car may stop suddenly

The bus may move out into the road

Oncoming vehicles will assume the driver is turning right

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 9 of 25

What's the main hazard you should be aware of when following this cyclist?

The cyclist may move to the left and dismount

The cyclist may swerve into the road

The contents of the cyclist's carrier may fall onto the road

The cyclist may wish to turn right at the end of the road

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 10 of 25

During periods of illness, your ability to drive may be impaired. What must you do?

See your doctor each time before you drive

Take smaller doses of any medicines

Make sure you're medically fit to drive

Take all your medicines with you when you drive

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 11 of 25

A slow-moving lorry showing this sign is travelling in the middle lane of a three-lane motorway. How should you pass it?

Cautiously approach the lorry, then pass on either side

Don't pass the lorry and leave the motorway at the next exit

Use the right-hand lane and pass the lorry normally

Approach with care and pass on the left of the lorry

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 12 of 25

You find that you need glasses to read vehicle number plates at the required distance. When must you wear them?

Only in bad weather conditions

At all times when driving

Only when you think it's necessary

Only in bad light or at night time

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 13 of 25

What should you do if you begin to feel drowsy while you're driving?

Stop and rest as soon as possible

Turn the heater up to keep you warm and comfortable

Close the car windows to help you concentrate

Continue with your journey but drive more slowly

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Question 14 of 25

You see this sign ahead. What should you expect?

The road will go steeply uphill

The road will go steeply downhill

The road will bend sharply to the left

The road will bend sharply to the right

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 15 of 25

Why are place names painted on the road surface?

To restrict the flow of traffic

To warn you of oncoming traffic

To enable you to change lanes early

To prevent you changing lanes

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 16 of 25

Which of the following types of glasses shouldn't be worn when driving at night?

Half-moon

Round

Bifocal

Tinted

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 17 of 25

Some two-way roads are divided into three lanes. Why are these particularly dangerous?

Traffic in both directions can use the middle lane to overtake

Traffic can travel faster in poor weather conditions

Traffic can overtake on the left

Traffic uses the middle lane for emergencies only

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 18 of 25

You take some cough medicine given to you by a friend. What should you do before driving?

Ask your friend if taking the medicine affected their driving

Drink some strong coffee one hour before driving

Check the label to see if the medicine will affect your driving

Drive a short distance to see if the medicine is affecting your driving

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Question 19 of 25

Why should the junction on the left be kept clear?

To allow vehicles to enter and emerge

To allow the bus to reverse

To allow vehicles to make a U-turn

To allow vehicles to park

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Question 20 of 25

In which circumstances may you use hazard warning lights?

When driving on a motorway to warn traffic behind of a hazard ahead

When you're double-parked on a two-way road

When your direction indicators aren't working

When warning oncoming traffic that you intend to stop

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 21 of 25

How should you drive in areas with traffic-calming measures?

At a reduced speed

At the speed limit

In the centre of the road

With headlights on dipped beam

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 22 of 25

Why should you be cautious when going past this stationary bus?

There is traffic approaching in the distance

The driver may open the door

People may cross the road in front of it

The road surface will be slippery

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 23 of 25

You're approaching this cyclist. What should you do?

Overtake before the cyclist gets to the junction

Flash your headlights at the cyclist

Slow down and allow the cyclist to turn

Overtake the cyclist on the left-hand side

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 24 of 25

A driver's behaviour has upset you. What can you do to safely get over this incident?

Stop and take a break

Shout abusive language

Gesture to them with your hand

Follow them, flashing your headlights

Free Mock Practice Theory Test Driving During Illness

Question 25 of 25

You take the wrong route and find you're on a one-way street. What should you do?

Reverse out of the road

Turn around in a side road

Continue to the end of the road

Reverse into a driveway

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