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Free Car Theory Test Practice Revision. UK theory test practice or learner drivers. Theory questions about motorcyclists cyclists crossings and hazards.
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Question 1 of 25

Why should you look particularly for motorcyclists and cyclists at junctions?

They may want to turn into the side road

They may slow down to let you turn

They're harder to see

They might not see you turn

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Question 2 of 25

You're approaching a roundabout. There are horses just ahead of you. What should you do?

sound your horn as a warning

treat them like any other vehicle

give them plenty of room

accelerate past as quickly as possible

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Question 3 of 25

Who may use toucan crossings?

Motorcyclists and cyclists

Motorcyclists and pedestrians

Only cyclists

Cyclists and pedestrians

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Question 4 of 25

Who's especially in danger of not being seen as you reverse your car?

Motorcyclists

Car drivers

Cyclists

Children

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Question 5 of 25

What does this sign tell you?

No cycling

Cycle route ahead

Cycle parking only

End of cycle route

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Question 6 of 25

You're turning left at a junction where pedestrians have started to cross. What should you do?

Go around them, leaving plenty of room

Stop and wave at them to cross

Sound your horn and proceed

Give way to them

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Question 7 of 25

You're waiting to come out of a side road. Why should you look carefully for motorcycles?

Motorcycles are usually faster than cars

Police patrols often use motorcycles

Motorcycles can easily be hidden behind obstructions

Motorcycles have right of way

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Question 8 of 25

The road outside this school is marked with yellow zigzag lines. What do these lines mean?

You may park on the lines when dropping off school children

You may park on the lines when picking up school children

You mustn't wait or park your vehicle here at all

You must stay with your vehicle if you park here

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Question 9 of 25

You've stopped at a pelican crossing. A disabled person is crossing slowly in front of you when the lights change to green. What should you do?

Wait for them to finish crossing

Drive in front of them

Edge forward slowly

Sound your horn

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Question 10 of 25

At night, you see a pedestrian wearing reflective clothing and carrying a bright red light. What does this mean?

You're approaching roadworks

You're approaching an organised walk

You're approaching a slow-moving vehicle

You're approaching a traffic danger spot

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Question 11 of 25

What should you do when approaching this crossing?

Prepare to slow down and stop

Stop and wave the pedestrians across

Speed up and pass by quickly

Continue unless the pedestrians step out

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Question 12 of 25

You want to reverse into a side road, but you aren't sure that the area behind your car is clear. What should you do?

Look through the rear window only

Get out and check

Check the mirrors only

Carry on, assuming it's clear

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Question 13 of 25

Why will a motorcyclist look round over their right shoulder just before turning right?

To listen for following traffic

Motorcycles don't have mirrors

It helps them balance as they turn

To check for traffic in their blind area

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Question 14 of 25

What does a flashing amber beacon mean when it's on a moving vehicle?

The vehicle is slow moving

The vehicle has broken down

The vehicle is a doctor's car

The vehicle belongs to a school crossing patrol

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Question 15 of 25

You're driving past a line of parked cars. You notice a ball bouncing out into the road ahead. What should you do?

Continue driving at the same speed and sound your horn

Continue driving at the same speed and flash your headlights

Slow down and be prepared to stop for children

Stop and wave the children across to fetch their ball

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Question 16 of 25

What does this sign mean?

Contraflow cycle lane

With-flow cycle lane

Cycles and buses only

No cycles or buses

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Question 17 of 25

What should you do when you're following a motorcyclist along a road that has a poor surface?

Drive closely so they can see you in their mirrors

Overtake immediately to avoid delays

Allow extra room in case they swerve to avoid potholes

Allow the same room as normal to avoid wasting road space

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Question 18 of 25

There are flashing amber lights under a school warning sign. What action should you take?

Reduce speed until you're clear of the area

Keep up your speed and sound the horn

Increase your speed to clear the area quickly

Wait at the lights until they change to green

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Question 19 of 25

Why should you allow extra room when overtaking a motorcyclist on a windy day?

The rider may turn off suddenly to get out of the wind

The rider may be blown across in front of you

The rider may stop suddenly

The rider may be travelling faster than normal

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Question 20 of 25

You've just passed your test. How can you reduce your risk of being involved in a collision?

By always staying close to the vehicle in front

By never going over 40 mph

By staying in the left-hand lane on all roads

By taking further training

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Question 21 of 25

When you're overtaking a cyclist, you should leave as much room as you would give to a car. What's the main reason for this?

The cyclist might speed up

The cyclist might get off their bike

The cyclist might swerve

The cyclist might have to make a left turn

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Question 22 of 25

You're turning left into a side road. What hazard should you be especially aware of?

One-way street

Pedestrians

Traffic congestion

Parked vehicles

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Question 23 of 25

What should you do when following a car driven by an elderly driver?

Expect the driver to drive badly

Flash your lights and overtake

Be aware that their reactions may be slower than yours

Stay very close behind but be careful

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Question 24 of 25

Why should motorcyclists wear bright clothing?

They must do so by law

It helps keep them cool in summer

The colours are popular

Drivers often do not see them

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Question 25 of 25

You're on a country road. What should you expect to see coming towards you on your side of the road?

Motorcycles

Bicycles

Pedestrians

Horse riders

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