Free Theory Practice Rules of Parking Stopping And Waiting

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Free Theory Practice Rules of Parking Stopping And Waiting

Question 1 of 25

What must you have to park in a disabled space?

A Blue Badge

A wheelchair

An advanced driver certificate

An adapted vehicle

Free Theory Practice Rules of Parking Stopping And Waiting

Question 2 of 25

You're waiting at a level crossing. The red warning lights continue to flash after a train has passed by. What should you do?

Get out and investigate

Telephone the signal operator

Continue to wait

Drive across carefully

Free Theory Practice Rules of Parking Stopping And Waiting

Question 3 of 25

When can you park on the left opposite these road markings?

If the line nearest to you is broken

When there are no yellow lines

To pick up or set down passengers

During daylight hours only

Free Theory Practice Rules of Parking Stopping And Waiting

Question 4 of 25

Which vehicle is most likely to take an unusual course at a roundabout?

Estate car

Milk float

Delivery van

Long lorry

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Question 5 of 25

There are no speed-limit signs on the road. How is a 30 mph limit indicated?

By hazard warning lines

By street lighting

By pedestrian islands

By double or single yellow lines

Free Theory Practice Rules of Parking Stopping And Waiting

Question 6 of 25

What should you do when you meet an obstruction on your side of the road?

Carry on, as you have priority

Give way to oncoming traffic

Wave oncoming vehicles through

Accelerate to get past first

Free Theory Practice Rules of Parking Stopping And Waiting

Question 7 of 25

What should you do when you're unsure whether it's safe to reverse your vehicle?

Sound your horn

Rev your engine

Get out and check

Reverse slowly

Free Theory Practice Rules of Parking Stopping And Waiting

Question 8 of 25

When may you stop and wait in a box junction?

When oncoming traffic prevents you from turning right

When you're in a queue of traffic turning left

When you're in a queue of traffic going ahead

When you're on a roundabout

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Question 9 of 25

You're parked in a busy high street. What's the safest way to turn your vehicle around so you can go the opposite way?

Find a quiet side road to turn around in

Drive into a side road and reverse into the main road

Get someone to stop the traffic

Do a U-turn

Free Theory Practice Rules of Parking Stopping And Waiting

Question 10 of 25

Which person's signal to stop must you obey?

A motorcyclist

A pedestrian

A police officer

A bus driver

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Question 11 of 25

You're on a road that's only wide enough for one vehicle. A car is coming towards you. What should you do?

Pull into a passing place on your right

Force the other driver to reverse

Pull into a passing place if your vehicle is wider

Pull into a passing place on your left

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Question 12 of 25

What's the speed limit for a car towing a small caravan along a dual carriageway?

50 mph

40 mph

70 mph

60 mph

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Question 13 of 25

There's a tractor ahead. You want to overtake but you aren't sure whether it's safe. What should you do?

Follow another vehicle as it overtakes the tractor

Sound your horn to make the tractor pull over

Speed past, flashing your lights at oncoming traffic

Stay behind the tractor if you're in any doubt

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Question 14 of 25

When may you reverse from a side road into a main road?

Only if both roads are clear of traffic

Not at any time

At any time

Only if the main road is clear of traffic

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Question 15 of 25

What's the meaning of this sign?

No entry

Waiting restrictions

National speed limit

School crossing patrol

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Question 16 of 25

When may you drive over a footpath?

To overtake slow-moving traffic

When the pavement is very wide

If there are no pedestrians nearby

To get onto a property

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Question 17 of 25

Where will you see these red and white markers?

Approaching the end of a motorway

Approaching a concealed level crossing

Approaching a concealed speed-limit sign

Approaching the end of a dual carriageway

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Question 18 of 25

When mustn't you stop on a clearway?

At any time

When it's busy

In the rush hour

During daylight hours

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Question 19 of 25

On which occasion may you enter a box junction?

When there are fewer than two vehicles ahead

When signalled by another road user

When your exit road is clear

When traffic signs direct you

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Question 20 of 25

You're driving at night with your headlights on full beam. A vehicle is overtaking you. When should you dip your lights?

Some time after the vehicle has passed you

Before the vehicle starts to pass you

Only if the other driver dips their headlights

As soon as the vehicle passes you

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Question 21 of 25

Who can use a toucan crossing?

Cars and motorcycles

Cyclists and pedestrians

Buses and lorries

Trams and trains

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Question 22 of 25

To help keep your vehicle secure at night, where should you park?

Near a police station

In a quiet road

On a red route

In a well-lit area

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Question 23 of 25

During which manoeuvre may you remove your seat belt?

Reversing

Hill start

Emergency stop

Driving slowly

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Question 24 of 25

What's the national speed limit on a single carriageway road for cars and motorcycles?

30 mph

50 mph

60 mph

70 mph

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Question 25 of 25

Where may you overtake on a one-way street?

Only on the left-hand side

Overtaking isn't allowed

Only on the right-hand side

On either the right or the left

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