Free Vehicle Safety Ecosafe Mock Theory Test Practice

Practice Paper Six Vehicle Safety Mock Theory Test. DVLA Theory leaving valuables in your car environment ecosafe driving and hazard awareness. Free uk driving theory exam practice.
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Free Vehicle Safety Ecosafe Mock Theory Test Practice

Question 1 of 25

How can you reduce the chances of your car being broken into when leaving it unattended?

Take all valuables with you

Park near a taxi rank

Place any valuables on the floor

Park near a fire station

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Question 2 of 25

When should you especially check the engine oil level?

Before a long journey

When the engine is hot

Early in the morning

Every 6000 miles

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Question 3 of 25

How can driving in an ecosafe manner help protect the environment?

Through the legal enforcement of speed regulations

By increasing the number of cars on the road

Through increased fuel bills

By reducing exhaust emissions

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Question 4 of 25

Which of the following may help to deter a thief from stealing your car?

Always keeping the headlights on

Fitting reflective glass windows

Always keeping the interior light on

Etching the registration number on the windows

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Question 5 of 25

You're testing your suspension. You notice that your vehicle keeps bouncing when you press down on the front wing. What does this mean?

Worn tyres

Tyres under-inflated

Steering wheel not located centrally

Worn shock absorbers

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Question 6 of 25

What does ecosafe driving achieve?

Increased fuel consumption

Improved road safety

Damage to the environment

Increased exhaust emissions

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Question 7 of 25

When leaving your vehicle, where should you try to park?

Opposite a traffic island

In a secure car park

On a bend

At or near a taxi rank

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Question 8 of 25

What should you do if your anti-lock brakes (ABS) warning light stays on?

Check the brake-fluid level

Check the footbrake free play

Check that the handbrake is released

Have the brakes checked immediately

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Question 9 of 25

You avoid busy times when travelling. How will this affect your journey?

You're more likely to be held up

Your journey time will be longer

You'll travel a much shorter distance

You're less likely to be delayed

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Question 10 of 25

You're having difficulty finding a parking space in a busy town. You can see there's space on the zigzag lines of a zebra crossing. Can you park there?

No, not unless you stay with your car

No, not under any circumstances

Yes, in order to drop off a passenger

Yes, if you don't block people from crossing

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Question 11 of 25

What's the purpose of road humps, chicanes and narrowings?

To separate lanes of traffic

To increase traffic speed

To allow pedestrians to cross

To reduce traffic speed

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Question 12 of 25

Which of these will help you to keep your car secure?

Vehicle breakdown organisation

Vehicle watch scheme

Advanced driver's scheme

Car maintenance class

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Question 13 of 25

What will reduce the risk of neck injury resulting from a collision?

An air-sprung seat

Anti-lock brakes

A collapsible steering wheel

A properly adjusted head restraint

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Question 14 of 25

What should you do when you leave your car unattended for a few minutes?

Leave the engine running

Switch the engine off but leave the key in

Lock it and remove the key

Park near a traffic warden

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Question 15 of 25

Fuel consumption is at its highest when you're doing what?

Braking

Coasting

Accelerating

Steering

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Question 16 of 25

Which of these makes your tyres illegal?

They were bought second-hand

They have a large, deep cut in the side wall

They're of different makes

They have different tread patterns

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Question 17 of 25

What could you do to reduce the volume of traffic on the roads?

Drive in a bus lane

Use a car with a smaller engine

Walk or cycle on short journeys

Travel by car at all times

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Question 18 of 25

You enter a road where there are road humps. What should you do?

Maintain a reduced speed throughout

Accelerate quickly between each one

Always keep to the maximum legal speed

Drive slowly at school times only

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Question 19 of 25

You're parked on the road at night. Where must you use parking lights?

Where there are continuous white lines in the middle of the road

Where the speed limit exceeds 30 mph

Where you're facing oncoming traffic

Where you're near a bus stop

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Question 20 of 25

What's the legal minimum depth of tread for car tyres?

1 mm

1.6 mm

2.5 mm

4 mm

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Question 21 of 25

Which driving technique can help you save fuel?

Using lower gears as often as possible

Accelerating sharply in each gear

Using each gear in turn

Missing out some gears

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Question 22 of 25

What should you do when parking your vehicle facing downhill?

Turn the steering wheel towards the kerb

Park close to the bumper of another car

Park with two wheels on the kerb

Turn the steering wheel away from the kerb

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Question 23 of 25

When approaching a right-hand bend, you should keep well to the left. Why is this?

To improve your view of the road

To overcome the effect of the road's slope

To let faster traffic from behind overtake

To be positioned safely if you skid

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Question 24 of 25

When will anti-lock brakes take effect?

When you don't brake quickly enough

When the wheels are about to lock

When you haven't seen a hazard ahead

When you're speeding on a slippery road surface

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Question 25 of 25

In which conditions will your overall stopping distance increase?

In the rain

In fog

At night

In strong winds

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