Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents. Vehicle Documents MOT road tax provisional licence and Car insurance.
You need 22 out of 25 to pass this test
Start test

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 1 of 25

In which of these circumstances must you show your insurance certificate?

When making a SORN

When buying or selling a vehicle

When a police officer asks you for it

When having an MOT inspection

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 2 of 25

For how long is an MOT certificate normally valid?

Three years after the date it was issued

10,000 miles

One year after the date it was issued

30,000 miles

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 3 of 25

A police officer asks to see your documents. You don't have them with you. Within what time must you produce them at a police station?

5 days

7 days

14 days

21 days

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 4 of 25

What must you have when you apply to renew your vehicle excise licence?

Valid insurance

The vehicle's chassis number

The handbook

A valid driving licence

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 5 of 25

What must learner drivers do before they start driving on the road?

Pass their theory test

Take professional instruction

Sign their provisional licence

Apply for a driving test

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 6 of 25

A new car will need its first MOT test when it's how old?

One year

Three years

Five years

Seven years

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 7 of 25

You claim on your insurance to have your car repaired. Your policy has an excess of

The insurance company will pay the first

You'll be paid

Your vehicle is insured for a value of

You'll have to pay the first

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 8 of 25

What is a cover note?

A document issued before you receive your driving licence

A document issued before you receive your insurance certificate

A document issued before you receive your registration document

A document issued before you receive your MOT certificate

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 9 of 25

Your car needs to pass an MOT test. What may be invalidated if you drive the car without a current MOT certificate?

The vehicle service record

Your insurance

The vehicle excise licence (road tax)

Your vehicle registration document

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 10 of 25

What qualifies you to supervise a learner driver?

You must have held a licence for at least a year

You must be at least 21 years old

You must be an approved driving instructor

You must hold an advanced driving certificate

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 11 of 25

What must you make sure of before you drive someone else's vehicle?

That the vehicle owner has third-party insurance cover

That your own vehicle has insurance cover

That the vehicle is insured for your use

That the insurance documents are in the vehicle

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 12 of 25

You have third-party insurance. What does this cover?

Damage to your vehicle

Fire damage to your vehicle

Flood damage to your vehicle

Damage to other vehicles

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 13 of 25

Your vehicle is insured third-party only. What does this cover?

Damage to your vehicle

Damage to other vehicles

Injury to yourself

All damage and injury

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 14 of 25

You've just passed your practical test. You don't hold a full licence in another category. Within two years you get six penalty points on your licence. What will you have to do?

Retake only your theory test

Retake your theory and practical tests

Retake only your practical test

Reapply for your full licence immediately

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 15 of 25

When may the cost of your insurance come down?

When you're under 25 years old

When you don't wear glasses

When you pass the driving test first time

When you complete the Pass Plus scheme

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 16 of 25

Who's legally responsible for ensuring that a vehicle registration certificate (V5C) is updated?

The registered vehicle keeper

The vehicle manufacturer

Your insurance company

The licensing authority

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 17 of 25

Your car requires an MOT certificate. When is it legal to drive it without an MOT certificate?

Up to seven days after the old certificate has run out

When driving to an MOT centre to arrange an appointment

When driving the car with the owner's permission

When driving to an appointment at an MOT centre

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 18 of 25

What does the Pass Plus scheme enable newly qualified drivers to do?

Widen their driving experience

Supervise a learner driver

Increase their insurance premiums

Avoid mechanical breakdowns

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 19 of 25

What's the legal minimum insurance cover you must have to drive on public roads?

Third party, fire and theft

Comprehensive

Third party only

Personal injury cover

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 20 of 25

When must you contact the vehicle licensing authority?

When you take your vehicle abroad on holiday

When you change your vehicle

When you use your vehicle for work

When your vehicle's insurance is due

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 21 of 25

When must you notify the licensing authority?

When your health affects your driving

When you have to work abroad

When you lend your vehicle to someone

When your vehicle needs an MOT certificate

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 22 of 25

What must a newly qualified driver do?

Display green L plates

Keep under 40 mph for 12 months

Be accompanied on a motorway

Have valid motor insurance

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 23 of 25

What's the maximum fine for driving without insurance?

Unlimited

1000

2000

5000

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 24 of 25

What is a Statutory Off-Road Notification (SORN)?

A notification to tell DVSA that a vehicle doesn't have a current MOT

Information kept by the police about the owner of a vehicle

A notification to tell DVLA that a vehicle isn't being used on the road

Information held by insurance companies to check a vehicle is insured

Free Theory Test Practice Vehicle Documents

Question 25 of 25

The Pass Plus scheme has been created for new drivers. What's its main purpose?

To allow you to drive faster

To allow you to carry passengers

To improve your basic skills

To let you drive on motorways

50%

Score