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A 17 year-old wants to learn to drive. What must they have before they start practising on the public highway? Band 3 driving test
A bus has stopped at a bus stop ahead of you. What should you do if its right-hand indicator is flashing? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
A candidate taking their practical driving test is allowed to have someone accompany them on the test. How should this person behave during the test? Band 3 driving test
A car driving-test candidate with sight in only one eye passes the test. What restriction will the examiner place on their licence? Band 3 driving test
A car is fitted with dual accelerator, clutch and brake pedals. Which of the pedals must be removed before the car can be used for a driving test? Band 3 driving test
A casualty has stopped breathing and you’ve started giving them chest compressions. How long should you continue trying to resuscitate them? Band 1 road procedure
A child under 3 years old is travelling in the front seat of a car. What must the driver ensure? Band 3 driving test
A crash has just happened. A casualty is lying in the busy road. What’s the first thing you should do to help? Band 1 road procedure
A disabled driver has difficulty turning their head. What will help overcome this disability when they’re driving? Band 3 driving test
A driver is convicted of drinking and driving twice within 10 years. They wish to have their licence returned. Who do they have to satisfy that they don’t have an alcohol problem? Band 3 driving test
A driver (not subject to the New Drivers Act) will be disqualified if they accumulate 12 or more penalty points within what period of time? Band 3 driving test
A driver wants to go ahead at a crossroads controlled by a police officer. What recognised arm signal should they give? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
A learner driver with a disability wants to take a driving test. What advice should you give them? Band 3 driving test
A novice driver is able to steer a straight course. How could you help them improve their steering skills? Band 4 publications
A physically disabled driver passes their driving test in a specially adapted vehicle. How will their driving licence be restricted? Band 3 driving test
A police car is following you. What should you do if the police officer flashes the headlights and points to the left? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
A police officer asks to see your documents. You don’t have them with you. How long do you have to produce them at a police station? Band 3 driving test
A pupil asks about driving a right-hand-drive car in a European country where they drive on the right. What should your advice include? Band 1 road procedure
A pupil has a friend who’s agreed to help with their driving tuition. What age and driving experience must they have? Band 3 driving test
A pupil with a physical disability is concerned that the examiner won’t understand their special needs. What should you tell them? Band 3 driving test
A pupil’s driving is well below driving-test standard. What should you do if they insist on taking the driving test? Band 4 publications
A road-incident casualty has an injured arm that’s bleeding but not broken. Why should the arm be kept in a raised position? Band 1 road procedure
After a breakdown on the motorway, how should you rejoin the carriageway from the hard shoulder? Band 1 road procedure
After passing your driving test, you suffer from ill health. What must you do if your health affects your driving? Band 3 driving test
An approved driving instructor (ADI) must always display red L plates (in Wales, red D or L plates or both) on the car when teaching learner drivers. What else must they display if they’re charging for the driving lesson? Band 3 driving test
Another driver flashes their headlights at you. How should you interpret this signal? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Anti-lock brakes prevent the vehicle’s wheels from locking under heavy braking. What will this help to reduce? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Apart from pedestrians, what should you be aware of at toucan crossings? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Apart from routine maintenance, when should you check your engine’s oil level? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
As a recommendation, how often should you check the brake lights on the car you use? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
As you drive towards a roundabout, you see a horse and rider ahead. What should you do if the rider is signalling right but keeping well to the left? Band 1 road procedure
As you’re approaching this junction, the green light changes to amber. What should you do if you’re unable to stop at the first white line? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
At a puffin crossing, which colour traffic light follows the green light? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
At an incident, a casualty has stopped breathing. What should you do to help them? Band 1 road procedure
At an incident, you suspect a casualty has back injuries. What should you do when the area is safe? Band 1 road procedure
At the scene of an incident, a pedestrian’s leg is bleeding heavily. It’s not broken and there are no objects in the wound. How could you help stop the bleeding? Band 1 road procedure
At what age does a passenger become responsible for fastening their own seat belt? Band 3 driving test
At what age does category B driving entitlement normally expire? Band 3 driving test
At which type of crossing are cyclists and pedestrians allowed to cross together? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Can you park on the zigzag lines of a zebra crossing when there are no other parking spaces to be found? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Diamond-shaped signs give instructions to drivers of which vehicles? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Drivers convicted of certain dangerous driving offences are required to take an extended driving test. How does the extended test differ from the standard driving test? Band 3 driving test
During a driving lesson, your vehicle is involved in a collision. What should you do if your pupil is physically unhurt but is suffering from shock? Band 1 road procedure
For a few days you’ve been taking medicine that makes you feel drowsy. Today you feel better, but you still need to take the medicine. When should you drive? Band 4 publications
For how long does a driving-test pass certificate remain valid? Band 3 driving test
For how long is an MOT certificate normally valid? Band 3 driving test
For the cockpit drill to be effective, some items should be checked before others. What’s the correct sequence? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Head restraints should be adjusted correctly. What injuries do they protect you from? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How can the process of perception be described? Band 4 publications
How can you avoid fuel spillage after you’ve refuelled your car? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How can you avoid wheelspin when you’re driving on an icy road? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How can you encourage a pupil to develop a good driving attitude? Band 4 publications
How can you help prevent your car radio from being stolen? Band 1 road procedure
How can you help the environment and avoid wasting fuel? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How can you identify motorway signs? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How can you modify your driving to help the environment? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How can you tell when you’re driving on black ice? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How can you use your vehicle’s engine to help control your speed? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How do anti-lock brakes help drivers? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How do following vehicles appear in a convex door mirror? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How does a convex mirror affect the appearance of a following vehicle? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How does a puffin crossing operate? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How does an anti-lock braking system help you keep control during emergency braking? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How does coasting affect a driver’s control of their vehicle? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How is a toucan crossing different from a pelican crossing? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How is overtaking in a one-way street different from overtaking on a two-way road? Band 1 road procedure
How many years after they’re newly registered must cars in Great Britain have an MOT test? Band 3 driving test
How much more than the normal braking distance should you allow in icy weather? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How much verbal instruction is needed to help a pupil attain a good standard of driving? Band 4 publications
How must you treat a pelican crossing that crosses the road in a straight line and has a central island? Band 1 road procedure
How often do you have to renew your photo on a photocard car driving licence? Band 3 driving test
How often should tyre pressures be checked? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How often should you check your brake lights are working? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How should a driving instructor approach each lesson? Band 4 publications
How should driving lessons be planned? Band 4 publications
How should you adjust your speed when you’re joining a busy motorway from a slip road? Band 1 road procedure
How should you apply the footbrake when you’re stopping normally? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How should you choose your method of instruction? Band 4 publications
How should you drive in areas where there are traffic-calming measures? Band 1 road procedure
How should you drive on a road where there are road humps? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How should you drive when the roads are icy? Band 1 road procedure
How should you overtake a horse and rider? Band 1 road procedure
How should you park when you leave your vehicle overnight on a road that has a 40 mph speed limit? Band 3 driving test
How should you react to drivers who appear to be inexperienced? Band 1 road procedure
How should you signal when you’re going ahead at a roundabout and taking the second exit? Band 1 road procedure
How should you treat a zebra crossing that’s split by an island? Band 1 road procedure
How should you turn right at a mini-roundabout? Band 1 road procedure
How should you use the ‘question and answer technique’? Band 4 publications
How will a convex mirror affect the appearance of following vehicles? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How will a school crossing patrol signal you to stop? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
How would it be illegal for a provisional licence holder to drive? Band 3 driving test
How would you recognise signs giving orders? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
If you provide a demonstration of a skill in a lesson, how should you follow it up? Band 4 publications
If you saw this sign, what would you tell your pupil? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
In some circumstances, you’re allowed to park your car on the road at night without lights. It must be facing in the direction of traffic flow and at least 10 metres (32 feet) from any junction. What other restriction applies? Band 3 driving test
In what conditions should you leave a two-second separation gap? Band 1 road procedure
Is it necessary to give a signal when you’re passing parked vehicles? Band 1 road procedure
It’s a foggy day. What should you do if you have to park your car on the road? Band 1 road procedure
It’s raining and you’re following a motorcyclist as they ride around a bend. Why would the motorcyclist steer around a metal drain cover? Band 1 road procedure
It’s very windy. What should you do if you’re behind a motorcyclist who’s overtaking a high-sided vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
Just before starting a journey, you’re involved in an argument. What should you do if this has made you feel angry? Band 4 publications
Normally, how far apart are emergency telephones on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
On a motorway, where would vehicles travelling in opposite directions share the same carriageway? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
On a motorway, where would you see green reflective studs? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
On a road where trams operate, which vehicles are most at risk from the tram rails? Band 1 road procedure
Part of the MSM routine is referred to by the abbreviation PSL. What does PSL stand for? Band 4 publications
Signals are normally given by direction indicators and brake lights. What should drivers do before giving a signal? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Some two-way roads are divided into three lanes. Why are these particularly dangerous? Band 1 road procedure
The car’s ignition light comes on during a journey. What fault does this indicate? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
The MOT certificate on your vehicle has expired. When can you drive the vehicle on the road? Band 3 driving test
The timing of directions to a pupil is very important. What’s the recommended method of doing this clearly? Band 4 publications
The traffic light ahead is showing an amber light. Which colour light(s) will it show next? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
The vehicle ahead is being driven slowly. What should you do if you’re unsure of the driver’s intentions? Band 1 road procedure
There are double white lines in the middle of the road. What does it mean when the line nearest to you is broken? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
There are no speed-limit signs on the road. What would suggest a 30 mph speed limit? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
There’s a ‘give way’ sign where a one-way street joins a main road. What road markings would you see across the mouth of the junction? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
There’s been a crash and a motorcyclist is lying injured and unconscious. What’s the main reason you should leave their helmet in place? Band 1 road procedure
There’s been a crash. What should you do to help a driver who’s suffering from shock? Band 1 road procedure
This plate is used with which sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Trams can move both quietly and quickly. What other feature of trams should you be especially aware of? Band 1 road procedure
Typically, how does ageing affect people’s driving ability? Band 4 publications
Tyres on cars, light vans and trailers must have a continuous tread depth of at least 1.6 mm. How much of the tyre must have this depth of tread? Band 3 driving test
Under the New Drivers Act, a new driver will have their licence revoked if they get six or more penalty points on their licence. This only applies to drivers after they pass their first practical driving test. Over what period of time does it apply? Band 3 driving test
Until you’re 70 years old, how often should you renew your photocard driving licence? Band 3 driving test
What advice should you give to a pupil about driving through shallow flood water in a car fitted with manual transmission? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What advice should you give to a pupil about moving off on snow or ice? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What advice should you give to a pupil about parking in a driveway? Band 1 road procedure
What advice should you give to a pupil who asks whether it’s permitted to drive on the hatch markings? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What advice should you give to a pupil who wishes to overtake a long, slow-moving vehicle on a busy road? Band 4 publications
What advice should you give to someone who intends to drive a left-hand-drive vehicle in the UK? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What advice should you give to your pupils about using cruise control? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What advice should you give your pupils about turning right around to check blind spots while they’re driving? Band 1 road procedure
What can a candidate do if they consider that their driving test wasn’t conducted properly? Band 3 driving test
What can be established through an appropriate use of open questions? Band 4 publications
What can cause heavy steering? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What can cause the most harm to the environment? Band 1 road procedure
What can happen if an instructor’s expectations of a pupil are too high? Band 4 publications
What can you do to help protect the environment? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What colour are circular traffic signs that give positive instructions? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What colour are the reflective studs at the left-hand edge of the motorway? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What colour are the reflective studs between the lanes on a motorway? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What colour are the reflective studs where a slip road joins a motorway? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What could happen if you put too much oil in your engine? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What could happen if you use front fog lights in clear daytime conditions? Band 1 road procedure
What could you do to guard against the risk of a vehicle fire? Band 4 publications
What could you do to reduce the volume of traffic on the roads? Band 4 publications
What do pupils need to do in order to learn to drive safely and responsibly? Band 4 publications
What do these lines along the centre of the road mean? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What do these signs indicate? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What do you need before you can drive legally? Band 3 driving test
What do zigzag lines at a pedestrian crossing mean? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does a differential do when a car is cornering? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does a red traffic light mean? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does excessive wear of the central area of tread on a car tyre suggest? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does excessive wear on the outer edges of the tread of a car’s tyre generally indicate? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does it mean if a bus-lane sign shows no times of operation? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does it mean if you see a pedestrian carrying a white cane that has a red band or bands wrapped around it? Band 3 driving test
What does it mean if you see a vehicle showing a flashing green light? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does it mean if your motor insurance policy has an excess of £100? Band 3 driving test
What does it mean when an area of road is painted with white diagonal stripes and surrounded by a broken white line? Band 1 road procedure
What does it mean when another driver flashes their headlights? Band 4 publications
What does it mean when the amber light is flashing at a pelican crossing? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does it mean when you see a pedestrian carrying a white stick that has a red band or bands? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does it mean when you see this line along the centre of the road? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does ‘tailgating’ mean? Band 1 road procedure
What does the continuous white line at the side of the road indicate? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does the curved direction arrow on the road indicate? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does the phrase ‘thinking distance’ mean? Band 1 road procedure
What does the term ‘blind spot’ mean? Band 1 road procedure
What does the white line along the edge of the road mean? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does this sign mean? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does this sign mean? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does this sign mean? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does this symbol on a direction sign indicate? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does this white arrow on the road mean? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What does your vehicle’s catalytic converter reduce? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What effect does a convex mirror have on the appearance of following vehicles? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What effect does alcohol have on your driving? Band 4 publications
What effect will a roof rack have when it’s fitted to your car? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What fault would you suspect if the footbrake on your car starts to feel spongy? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What happens if your vehicle starts to aquaplane? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What happens in a controlled zone? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What instruction should you give a pupil about controlling the vehicle’s speed when going down a long, steep hill? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What is known to cause excessive or uneven tyre wear? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What is road camber? Band 1 road procedure
What lights should you use if daytime visibility is poor but not seriously reduced? Band 3 driving test
What liquid should you use to top up your battery? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What major advantage does a pupil gain from agreeing learning objectives? Band 4 publications
What may help if a driver’s behaviour has upset you? Band 1 road procedure
What may help to deter a thief from stealing your car? Band 4 publications
What must a driver do at a pelican crossing when the amber light is flashing? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What must a learner driver have before they drive on the road for the first time? Band 3 driving test
What must you display clearly on your vehicle while you’re being paid to give driving lessons? Band 3 driving test
What must you do to any load that you carry on a roof rack? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What must you do when you arrive at a blind junction? Band 1 road procedure
What must you have when you’re renewing your vehicle tax? Band 3 driving test
What plate would you normally find with this sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What restrictions apply to category B provisional licence holders? Band 3 driving test
What restrictions are placed on someone’s driving licence if they’re blind in one eye? Band 3 driving test
What rule applies on a road that displays this sign? Band 3 driving test
What rules apply to a car that’s being used for a driving test? Band 3 driving test
What rules apply to anyone who accompanies a learner driver while they drive on the road? Band 3 driving test
What shape is a ‘give way’ sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What shape is a ‘stop’ sign at a junction? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should a deaf pupil be advised to do when they’re ready to apply for their driving test? Band 4 publications
What should a driver do if they’ve had a few alcoholic drinks at a party? Band 3 driving test
What should a driver do just before they move off? Band 1 road procedure
What should a driving-test candidate do if their inertia-reel seat belt has temporarily locked and they cannot put it on at the start of their test? Band 3 driving test
What should a motorway slip road be used for? Band 1 road procedure
What should an instructor do when they see their pupil commit a driving fault? Band 4 publications
What should the candidate do when the examiner gives the signal for an emergency stop? Band 3 driving test
What should the right-hand lane of a motorway be used for? Band 1 road procedure
What should you advise your pupil to do when they see this sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you be aware of when you see this sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you check before driving someone else’s vehicle? Band 3 driving test
What should you check when you’re leaving a motorway after driving at speed for some time? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do as you drive towards a zebra crossing? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do before stopping to park on the side of the road? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do before turning left from a busy major road into a minor road? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do before you make a U-turn in the road? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if a dashboard warning light comes on while you’re driving? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do if a driver comes out of a side road, causing you to brake hard? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if a driver does something that upsets you? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if a driver pulls out of a junction, causing you to take avoiding action? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if a person herding sheep asks you to stop? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if a pupil drives the rear wheels over the kerb when they turn left? Band 4 publications
What should you do if a pupil seems to have reached a point where they’ve stopped making progress in their learning? Band 4 publications
What should you do if a pupil stops making progress in their learning? Band 4 publications
What should you do if a pupil you’re instructing fails to make the progress you were expecting? Band 4 publications
What should you do if a tyre bursts while you’re driving? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do if an injured motorcyclist is lying unconscious in the road? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if an overtaking vehicle cuts in close in front of you? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if another vehicle is taking a long time to overtake you? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if luggage falls from your vehicle while you’re driving on the motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if the left-hand pavement is closed due to street repairs? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if the warning light for your anti-lock brakes stays on? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do if there are flashing amber lights under a school warning sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do if you can’t see clearly behind when you’re reversing? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you discover that the coolant in the vehicle radiator needs topping up during a long journey? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do if you feel drowsy while you’re driving? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you feel drowsy while you’re driving on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you go to a social event and need to drive a short time after? Band 4 publications
What should you do if you have to leave valuables in your car? Band 4 publications
What should you do if you have to stop your vehicle in an emergency? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do if you have to treat someone for shock at the scene of a collision? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you have to use the dual controls? Band 4 publications
What should you do if you see two elderly pedestrians about to cross the road ahead? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do if you see your pupil commit a driving fault during a lesson? Band 4 publications
What should you do if you start to feel tired while you’re driving? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you take a wrong turning that leads you into a one-way street? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you think the driver of the vehicle in front has forgotten to cancel their right indicator? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you want to overtake a slow tractor but you’re not sure if it’s safe to do so? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you wish to overtake a long, slow-moving vehicle on a busy road? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if your motorway journey seems boring and you start to feel drowsy? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if your pupil fails to respond to something you’re teaching? Band 4 publications
What should you do if your vehicle gets a puncture while you’re driving on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if your vehicle has a fire in the engine compartment? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do if your vehicle pulls to one side when you’re braking? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do if you’re about to start a journey and you notice it’s snowing heavily? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’re approaching a roundabout and there’s a horse and rider ahead of you? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’re driving behind a cyclist who’s giving a right turn signal? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do if you’re driving on a motorway and begin to feel drowsy? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’re driving on a single-track road and you see an oncoming vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’re driving past parked cars and you notice a bicycle wheel sticking out between the cars? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’re following a car driven by an elderly driver? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’re not sure that it’s safe to reverse your vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do if you’re taking drugs that are likely to affect your driving? Band 3 driving test
What should you do if you’ve just been overtaken by a motorcyclist who cuts back in front of you? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do immediately after joining a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do just before turning right from a main road into a side road? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when a pupil gives a partially correct answer to a question? Band 4 publications
What should you do when it’s windy and you overtake a motorcyclist? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when teaching a profoundly deaf pupil? Band 4 publications
What should you do when you approach a bus signalling to move away from a bus stop? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do when you approach a contraflow system? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you come to a place where elderly people are crossing the road? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you drive through roadworks on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you leave your car unattended? Band 3 driving test
What should you do when you overtake a horse and rider? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you park a vehicle overnight on a road with a 40 mph speed limit? Band 3 driving test
What should you do when you park facing downhill? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you use the emergency telephone on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re approaching an unmarked crossroads? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re being followed by an ambulance showing a flashing blue beacon? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do when you’re cornering on an icy or snow-covered road? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do when you’re driving at night and are dazzled by the headlights of an approaching vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving in a built-up area and you approach a speed hump? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving in falling snow? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving in foggy conditions? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving in foggy weather? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving in poor visibility? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving on a motorway and you miss the exit that you wanted to take? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re driving through a contraflow system on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re following a motorcyclist along an uneven road? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re joining a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re moving off from behind a parked car? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re overtaking another car at night? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re planning to overtake at night? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’re teaching a profoundly deaf pupil? Band 4 publications
What should you do when you’re trying to move off on a snow-covered road? Band 1 road procedure
What should you do when you’ve agreed a lesson plan with a pupil? Band 4 publications
What should you do when you’ve driven through a flood? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you do with driving-school L plates when the vehicle isn’t being used for tuition? Band 3 driving test
What should you remove before leaving your car unattended? Band 4 publications
What should you teach a pupil to do if another driver flashes their headlights? Band 4 publications
What should you teach your pupil about changing lanes on a motorway? Band 4 publications
What should you teach your pupils to do before they emerge from a road junction? Band 1 road procedure
What should you teach your pupils to do when they’re learning to turn their vehicle around in the road? Band 4 publications
What should you tell a pupil when teaching them to brake normally? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you tell your pupil if they ask you what this sign means? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What should you tell your pupil while you’re teaching the turn-in-the-road exercise? Band 4 publications
What should your first action be when you’re approaching a hazard? Band 1 road procedure
What sort of message is given by a triangular sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What sort of pass certificate will the examiner issue if a disabled driver passes their driving test in a specifically adapted motor car? Band 3 driving test
What speed limit would you expect to find in residential streets? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What type of car may a totally deaf person drive? Band 3 driving test
What type of emergency vehicle is fitted with a green flashing beacon? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What type of injury can be prevented by a correctly adjusted head restraint? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What type of road uses direction signs with a green background? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What type of vehicle displays this sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What type of vehicle would have a green flashing beacon? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What warning is given by a large white triangle painted on the road surface before a junction? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What will a candidate be given if they fail their driving test? Band 3 driving test
What will a heavy load on your roof rack cause? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What will a new driver have to do if they accrue six or more penalty points on their licence within the first two years after passing their first driving test? Band 4 publications
What will be affected if you overload your vehicle? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What will happen if the brake-fluid level falls too low? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What will happen if the power-assisted steering system fails? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What will happen if you brake firmly as you drive around a right-hand bend? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What will happen if your pupil is taking their driving test but they can’t meet the eyesight requirements? Band 3 driving test
What will improve your vehicle’s fuel consumption? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What will increase your vehicle’s fuel consumption? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What will reduce the risk of whiplash injury? Band 4 publications
What would a spongy-feeling footbrake indicate? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What would be invalidated if the car you’re driving doesn’t have a valid MOT certificate? Band 3 driving test
What would make a car tyre illegal? Band 3 driving test
What would you expect to find at a motorway contraflow system? Band 1 road procedure
What’s a cover note? Band 3 driving test
What’s likely to happen if you continually use the steering or the dual controls while you’re instructing? Band 4 publications
What’s meant by ‘transfer of learning’? Band 4 publications
What’s most likely to cause a crash, if it’s allowed to get too low? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s most likely to waste fuel? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the best way to maintain the motivation and interest of a pupil having difficulty in learning? Band 4 publications
What’s the first thing you should do after emerging from a junction, turning either left or right? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the first thing you should do if the vehicle you’re driving is involved in a collision? Band 3 driving test
What’s the first thing you should do if your car breaks down on a half-barrier level crossing? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the first thing you should do if your vehicle has broken down on an automatic railway level crossing? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the legal minimum depth of tread for a car tyre? Band 3 driving test
What’s the lowest level of insurance cover you must have to drive on public roads? Band 3 driving test
What’s the main benefit in having four-wheel drive? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the maximum authorised mass (MAM) of a category B vehicle? Band 3 driving test
What’s the minimum distance from which an approved driving instructor (ADI) must be able to read a current-style (since 2001) number plate? Band 3 driving test
What’s the minimum distance from which an approved driving instructor (ADI) must be able to read a number plate that has letters and figures 79 mm high and 50 mm wide? Band 3 driving test
What’s the minimum distance from which an examiner will ask a driving-test candidate to read a modern-style number plate? Band 3 driving test
What’s the minimum driving age for a person receiving the enhanced rate of the mobility component of Personal Independence Payment? Band 3 driving test
What’s the most common cause of skidding? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the most important factor affecting the speed you choose to drive? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the most important task at the end of every driving lesson? Band 4 publications
What’s the most likely cause of a car pulling to the right when the footbrake is applied? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the most likely cause when the brake pedal feels spongy? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the most likely outcome of using attainable learning targets for a pupil under instruction? Band 4 publications
What’s the national speed limit for a car on a dual carriageway? Band 3 driving test
What’s the national speed limit for a car on a single carriageway? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the national speed limit for cars and motorcycles on a dual carriageway? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the national speed limit on a two-way road outside a built-up area? Band 3 driving test
What’s the national speed limit on the motorway for a car? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the nearest you may park to a junction? Band 3 driving test
What’s the purpose of a catalytic converter? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the purpose of a continuous white line along the side of the road? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the purpose of the yellow lines painted across the road? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the purpose of these road humps? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the purpose of yellow crisscross lines at a junction? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
What’s the right-hand lane used for on a three-lane motorway? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the routine for preparing to move off downhill? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the speed limit likely to be where you see street lights but no speed-limit signs? Band 1 road procedure
What’s the speed limit on a motorway for a car towing a trailer? Band 3 driving test
What’s the speed limit on a road that has street lights but no speed-limit repeater signs? Band 3 driving test
What’s usually the speed limit on a road that has street lights? Band 1 road procedure
When are drivers allowed to remove their seat belt? Band 3 driving test
When are projection markers required on an overhanging load? Band 3 driving test
When are you advised to increase your tyre pressures so that they’re higher than normal? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When are you allowed to stop on a motorway? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When are you allowed to use your vehicle’s hazard warning lights? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When can car drivers use a bus lane identified by this sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When can car drivers use a cycle lane identified by this sign? Band 3 driving test
When can you enter this hatched area? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When can you overtake on the left while you’re driving on a three-lane motorway? Band 1 road procedure
When can you park on the verge or footpath? Band 1 road procedure
When can you use a mobile phone while you’re driving? Band 3 driving test
When can you use your front fog lights? Band 3 driving test
When could you stop here on this road? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When does the cost of vehicle insurance normally reduce? Band 4 publications
When emerging at a junction, what can significantly obstruct a driver’s vision? Band 1 road procedure
When leaving a motorway, many drivers fail to realise how fast they’re going. How can you make sure you’re not driving too fast? Band 1 road procedure
When may you cross double solid white lines along the centre of the road? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When may you drive or park in a cycle lane marked by a solid white line? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When may you drive over a footpath? Band 1 road procedure
When may you drive without wearing your seat belt? Band 1 road procedure
When may you overtake another vehicle by passing on its left-hand side? Band 1 road procedure
When may you stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
When may you use hazard warning lights while you’re driving? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When may you use your front fog lights? Band 3 driving test
When may you use your vehicle’s horn while you’re driving in a built-up area? Band 3 driving test
When may you wait in a box junction? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When must you show your motor insurance certificate? Band 3 driving test
When must you stop on a motorway? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When should a vehicle’s horn be used? Band 1 road procedure
When should drivers use the centre lane of a three-lane motorway? Band 1 road procedure
When should drivers use the left-hand lane of a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
When should drivers use the right-hand lane of a three-lane motorway? Band 1 road procedure
When should regular tyre-pressure checks be made? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When should you assess a learner driver’s progress? Band 4 publications
When should you give feedback to your pupil? Band 4 publications
When should you hold back and not attempt to overtake a cyclist? Band 1 road procedure
When should you use hazard warning lights? Band 1 road procedure
When should you use the ‘two-second rule’? Band 1 road procedure
When should you use your vehicle’s horn? Band 1 road procedure
When will an approved driving instructor (ADI) be subject to standards checks? Band 3 driving test
When will anti-lock brakes be activated? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When will your overall stopping distance be increased? Band 1 road procedure
When would you inflate your tyres above the recommended normal pressure? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
When would you use the right-hand lane of a three-lane dual carriageway? Band 1 road procedure
Where are amber reflective road studs used? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Where are fluorescent green/yellow reflective studs used to mark the carriageway? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Where are the amber reflective studs on a motorway? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Where are vehicles most likely to be affected by a side wind? Band 1 road procedure
Where do waiting restrictions allow you to stop to pick up or set down passengers? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Where is it too dangerous to use a breakdown warning triangle? Band 1 road procedure
Where is parking prohibited? Band 3 driving test
Where should a driver position their vehicle before turning left? Band 1 road procedure
Where should the head restraint be positioned for it to be most effective? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Where should you avoid overtaking? Band 1 road procedure
Where should you position the car when you’re driving in traffic lanes? Band 1 road procedure
Where should you position your car as you approach a sharp left-hand bend? Band 1 road procedure
Where should you position your vehicle when you’re driving in lanes of traffic? Band 1 road procedure
Where should you position your vehicle when you’re driving towards a left-hand bend? Band 1 road procedure
Where should you take particular care to look for motorcyclists and cyclists? Band 1 road procedure
Where should your headlight beam fall when you’re following another vehicle at night? Band 1 road procedure
Where would parking be likely to cause an obstruction? Band 3 driving test
Where would you find a catalytic converter on your vehicle? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Where would you find a crawler lane on a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
Where would you see a contraflow bus and cycle lane? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Where would you usually find the first information sign indicating that you’re approaching an exit from a motorway? Band 1 road procedure
Which colour light shows before the flashing amber signal at a pelican crossing? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Which expense is likely to increase as a result of being convicted of driving while unfit through drink or drugs? Band 4 publications
Which lane should you normally use on a three-lane motorway? Band 1 road procedure
Which lane should you use when you’re going ahead at a roundabout that has two lanes on the approach and no lane direction arrows? Band 1 road procedure
Which light won’t show to a driver at a puffin crossing? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Which lights should you use if you have to park on the road in fog? Band 1 road procedure
Which lights should you use if you’re on a wet motorway where there’s surface spray? Band 1 road procedure
Which lights should you use when you’re driving in daylight and it’s foggy? Band 3 driving test
Which lights should you use when you’re driving on a busy, well-lit motorway at night? Band 1 road procedure
Which organisation publishes guidance about medical conditions that might prevent someone from driving? Band 4 publications
Which road surface may cause anti-lock brakes to be less effective? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Which road users are most likely to be permitted to share a bus lane during its times of operation? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Which road users can use a toucan crossing? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Which sign shows a lane for use by pedal cycles only? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Which stream of traffic has priority at a roundabout? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Which traffic-light signal will follow a red light? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Which type of glasses shouldn’t be worn when driving at night? Band 4 publications
Which type of vehicle is allowed to pass this sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Which vehicle is least likely to be affected by side winds? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Which vehicle is most likely to follow an unusual course at a roundabout? Band 1 road procedure
Which vehicle might have to straddle lanes at a roundabout? Band 1 road procedure
Which vehicle should display a flashing amber light when it’s being used on a dual carriageway? Band 3 driving test
Which vehicles aren’t allowed in the right-hand lane of a three-lane motorway? Band 3 driving test
Which vehicles aren’t allowed to use the right-hand lane of a three-lane motorway? Band 3 driving test
Which vehicles aren’t permitted to use motorways? Band 3 driving test
Which vehicles should use the left-hand lane on a three-lane motorway? Band 1 road procedure
While you’re driving, what will happen if you hold the clutch pedal down or roll in neutral for too long? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Who can accompany a candidate on their driving test? Band 3 driving test
Who can supervise a learner car driver? Band 3 driving test
Who can supervise a learner driver? Band 3 driving test
Who has priority at a crossroads where there are no signs or road markings? Band 1 road procedure
Who has priority when traffic lights are out of order? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Who should obey diamond-shaped signs? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Who’s responsible for ensuring that a 16 year-old passenger wears a seat belt? Band 3 driving test
Who’s responsible for making sure that a vehicle isn’t overloaded? Band 3 driving test
Why are destination markings painted on the road? Band 1 road procedure
Why are hatch markings painted in the centre of the road? Band 1 road procedure
Why are new vehicles fitted with catalytic converters? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why are these yellow lines painted across the carriageway? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why are traffic-calming measures put in place? Band 1 road procedure
Why are vehicle mirrors often slightly convex? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why are vehicles fitted with high-intensity rear fog lights? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why are yellow lines painted across the road on the approach to some roundabouts? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why could keeping the clutch down or selecting neutral for long periods of time be dangerous? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why do motorcyclists often look over their right shoulder just before turning right? Band 1 road procedure
Why do motorcyclists often wear bright clothing? Band 4 publications
Why do you need to take time to identify your pupil’s learning goals? Band 4 publications
Why have ‘Red Routes’ been introduced into major cities? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why is a toucan crossing different from other crossings? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why is coasting a bad driving technique? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why is it dangerous to leave rear fog lights on when they’re not needed? Band 3 driving test
Why is it illegal to use a hand-held mobile phone while you’re driving? Band 3 driving test
Why is it particularly important to carry out a check on your vehicle before making a long motorway journey? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why is overtaking a lorry more risky than overtaking a car? Band 1 road procedure
Why should an approved driving instructor (ADI) spend time clarifying a pupil’s learning goals and needs? Band 4 publications
Why should you allow extra room when you’re overtaking a motorcyclist on a windy day? Band 1 road procedure
Why should you keep well back before overtaking a large vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
Why should you keep well back when you’re following a large vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
Why should you look very carefully for motorcyclists and cyclists at junctions? Band 1 road procedure
Why should you make sure that your indicators are cancelled after turning? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why should you make sure your head restraint is properly adjusted? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why should you never wave people across at pedestrian crossings? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why should you provide feedback to your pupil? Band 4 publications
Why should you reduce your speed when you’re driving in fog? Band 1 road procedure
Why should you take care to avoid spillage when refuelling a vehicle fitted with a diesel engine? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why should you tell your pupil to obey the speed limit shown on this sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why should you test your brakes after driving through a ford? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why would a motorcyclist use dipped headlights in daylight? Band 1 road procedure
Why would you fit chains to your wheels? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Why would you flash your headlights to another road user? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You apply the brakes while you’re travelling forwards and in a straight line. How will this affect the grip of the tyres on the road? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You arrive at a serious motorcycle crash. The scene has been made safe. What’s the first thing you should check on an unconscious rider? Band 1 road procedure
You arrive at an incident where someone is suffering from severe burns. How could you help? Band 1 road procedure
You arrive at the scene of a car crash. A passenger is bleeding heavily from an arm wound. How should the arm be treated if it’s clear that there are no objects in the wound? Band 1 road procedure
You arrive at the scene of a crash. The scene has been made safe and there’s a casualty in a vehicle. What should you do if the casualty is conscious and breathing? Band 1 road procedure
You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash. The rider is injured. When would you remove the rider’s helmet? Band 1 road procedure
You arrive at the scene of an incident. There’s been an engine fire. What should you do to help someone whose hands and arms have been burnt? Band 1 road procedure
You break down on a dual carriageway. How far behind your vehicle should you place a red warning triangle? Band 1 road procedure
You break down on a motorway. You need to call for help. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone? Band 1 road procedure
You come to an obstruction on your side of a narrow road. What should you do if there’s oncoming traffic? Band 1 road procedure
You find that your eyesight has become very poor. Who must you inform if your optician says they can’t help you? Band 3 driving test
You give instruction in short, progressive steps. What’s this teaching technique likely to lead to? Band 4 publications
You have a pupil who is colour-blind. How will this affect their ability to drive? Band 3 driving test
You have to make a journey in fog. What’s the most important thing you should do before you set out? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You intend to slow down to give way to pedestrians at a zebra crossing. Why could an arm signal be useful? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You intend to turn left at traffic lights. What should you do just before turning? Band 1 road procedure
You intend to turn left into a minor road. What should you do as you approach the junction? Band 1 road procedure
You intend to turn right at a roundabout. When should you give a left signal? Band 1 road procedure
You keep well back while waiting to overtake a large vehicle. What should you do if another car fills the gap? Band 1 road procedure
You leave a motorway, following a long period of fast driving. How is your judgement of speed likely to be affected? Band 1 road procedure
You must use your headlights when visibility is seriously reduced. What distance would be classed as seriously reduced? Band 3 driving test
You need glasses to bring your eyesight up to the required standard. When must you wear them? Band 3 driving test
You need to reverse park between two vehicles. As a guide, what’s the minimum gap you’ll need between the two vehicles? Band 1 road procedure
You park facing uphill and apply the parking brake. As an added precaution, you should also leave the car in gear. Which would be the most appropriate gear to select? Band 1 road procedure
You park on a hill in a vehicle that has automatic transmission. When you leave the vehicle, in which position would you put the gear selector? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You park on the left, facing uphill. In which position should you leave the steering wheel? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You see a pedestrian with a dog. What does it mean if the dog is wearing a distinctive yellow or burgundy coat? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You see a vehicle with a flashing amber beacon ahead. What warning does this give you? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You see white diagonal lines, bounded by broken lines, painted on the road. One of their uses is to protect traffic turning right. What other purpose do these markings have? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You stop for pedestrians waiting to cross at a zebra crossing. What should you do if they don’t start to cross promptly? Band 1 road procedure
You want to leave the motorway at the next exit. Where should you position your vehicle as you approach the exit? Band 1 road procedure
You want to reverse into a side road. What should you do if you’re not sure whether the area behind your car is clear? Band 1 road procedure
You want to reverse park a car between two vehicles on the side of the road. As a guide, what would be the minimum size for a suitable parking space? Band 1 road procedure
You want to turn into the next side road on the left. What should you do if you’re following a cyclist as you approach the junction? Band 1 road procedure
You want to turn right at a box junction. What should you do if there’s oncoming traffic? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You want to turn right from a junction. What should you do if your view is restricted by parked vehicles? Band 1 road procedure
You want to turn right onto a dual carriageway. What should you do if the central reservation is too small for your vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
You want to use your mobile phone to make a personal call while you’re driving. What must you do if it has no hands-free facility? Band 3 driving test
You wish to turn right. Why should you take up the correct position in good time? Band 1 road procedure
Your car is fitted with a dual accelerator pedal. What must you do before using the car for a driving test? Band 3 driving test
Your car is fitted with anti-lock brakes. What technique should you use to stop in an emergency? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Your car is fitted with seat belts. When can a passenger travel in your car without wearing a seat belt? Band 3 driving test
Your car’s front wheels are out of balance. How will this affect your car? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Your doctor has given you a course of medicine. Why should you ask how it will affect you? Band 4 publications
Your pupil asks what the blue patch means on this sign. What’s the best reply? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Your pupil asks you about this sign, which they’ve seen recently. What should you tell them it means? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Your pupil has just passed their first practical driving test. What will they have to do if they get six penalty points on their licence within two years? Band 3 driving test
Your pupil is approaching a crossroads. What advice should you give them if the traffic lights have failed? Band 4 publications
Your pupil is approaching a junction where the view is restricted. What should you tell them to do? Band 4 publications
Your pupil is at the end of their driving test. With your pupil’s permission, what does DVSA advise you to do? Band 3 driving test
Your pupil is driving in a stream of traffic. You see this sign ahead. What advice should you give to your pupil? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Your pupil, who is profoundly deaf, intends to apply for a driving test. What advice should you give them about their application? Band 3 driving test
Your pupil’s knowledge and driving competence improve. What’s likely to happen to the level of instructor involvement? Band 4 publications
Your vehicle breaks down on a very narrow road. Where should you place a red warning triangle? Band 1 road procedure
Your vehicle breaks down while you’re driving on a two-way road. What’s the minimum distance behind your vehicle you should place a warning triangle? Band 1 road procedure
Your vehicle gets a puncture while you’re driving on the motorway. What should you do when you’ve stopped safely on the hard shoulder or in an emergency refuge area? Band 1 road procedure
Your vehicle has anti-lock brakes. In which conditions may they be ineffective at preventing skidding? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Your vehicle has been involved in a collision with another vehicle. Some damage has occurred. What must you do after you’ve stopped? Band 3 driving test
Your vehicle has broken down on a motorway. How would you know where to find the nearest emergency telephone? Band 1 road procedure
Your vehicle has broken down on a smart motorway. What should you do if you can’t get it into an emergency refuge area? Band 1 road procedure
Your vehicle is broken down on the hard shoulder of a motorway. What should you do if you decide to use your mobile phone to call for help? Band 1 road procedure
Your vehicle is fitted with a hands-free phone system. What’s likely to happen if you use this equipment while you’re driving? Band 3 driving test
Your vehicle is fitted with anti-lock brakes. How should you use your brakes to stop quickly in an emergency? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
Your vehicle is stationary in traffic. When are you allowed to use the horn? Band 3 driving test
You’re about to drive down a steep hill. What should you do to control the speed of your vehicle? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re about to drive home. What should you do if you feel very tired and have a severe headache? Band 4 publications
You’re about to return home from holiday when you become ill. What should you do if a doctor prescribes drugs that are likely to affect your driving? Band 4 publications
You’re about to reverse into a side road. What should you do if you see a pedestrian who wants to cross behind your car? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re approaching a busy junction. There are several lanes with road markings. What should you do when, at the last moment, you realise that you’re in the wrong lane? Band 1 road procedure
You’re approaching a junction where the traffic lights aren’t working. What should you do when a police officer gives this signal? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re approaching a pelican crossing. What should you do if the amber light is flashing? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re approaching a red light at a puffin crossing. Pedestrians are on the crossing. When will the red light change? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re approaching this sign. Which sign are you likely to have just passed? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re approaching traffic lights. What does the amber light on its own mean? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re approaching traffic lights. What should you do if the green light has been showing for some time? Band 1 road procedure
You’re approaching traffic lights. What should you do if the red and amber lights are showing together? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re at a junction controlled by traffic lights. When should you wait, even if the green light is showing? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re at a pelican crossing. What does the flashing amber light mean? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re at an incident. What should you do for any injured people, once the area is safe? Band 1 road procedure
You’re at the front of a queue of traffic waiting to turn right into a side road. Why is it important to check your offside mirror just before turning? Band 1 road procedure
You’re at the scene of an incident. Why would you move a casualty who’s unconscious but still breathing? Band 1 road procedure
You’re being overtaken by a heavily laden lorry. What should you do if it’s taking a long time to come past? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving a car at night. The vehicle behind starts to overtake. When should you dip your headlights? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving a car fitted with automatic transmission. What should you do when you approach a very steep downhill gradient? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving a car fitted with automatic transmission. Why would you use kick-down? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving a car on a motorway. Unless signs show otherwise, what’s the speed limit? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving a car that has manual transmission. What should you do if you have to drive through shallow flood water? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving a car that’s skidding, with the rear wheels sliding to the left. What’s likely to happen if you oversteer to the left? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving a car. What should you do before answering a call on your mobile phone? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving a friend’s children home from school. They’re both under 14 years old. Who’s responsible for making sure they wear a seat belt? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving a vehicle that has automatic transmission. How are you advised to negotiate corners safely? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving a vehicle towing a trailer on a three-lane motorway. When can you use the right-hand lane? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along a country road. What should you do if you see a horse and rider approaching? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along a dual carriageway and have to brake hard in a straight line. Which wheels do most of the braking? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving along a motorway in heavy rain. What should you be aware of if you see several lorries ahead? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along a motorway. When may you overtake on the left? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along a residential road. What should you do if a car is reversing into your path from a driveway on your left? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along a road that has a cycle lane marked by a solid white line. What does it mean if the road sign shows that the cycle lane is in operation? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving along a three-lane motorway. When may you overtake on the left? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along a two-way road. What should you be prepared to do if an articulated lorry starts to emerge from a junction on your right? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along a wet road. How might you tell that your vehicle’s tyres are losing their grip on the surface? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving along the left-hand lane of a three-lane motorway. You see traffic is joining from a slip road ahead. What should you do to help maintain the traffic flow? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving along the motorway. What should you do if you have to slow down due to a hazard ahead? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving around a left-hand bend at night. Which lights should you use if there’s oncoming traffic? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at 70 mph on a two-lane motorway. You’re overtaking vehicles on your left. What should you do if a vehicle approaches fast from behind? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night in a built-up area. The road is well lit. Why should you use dipped headlights? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving at night on a road that has a 30 mph speed limit. You find somewhere to park near a junction. How close to the junction are you allowed to park? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving at night on a road that has no street lighting. Which lights must you use? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night on an unlit road. What should you do if you’re following a slower-moving vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night. What does it mean if you see a pedestrian wearing reflective clothing and carrying a red light? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving at night. What should you do if the headlights of a following vehicle are causing dazzle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night. What should you do if you’re dazzled by headlights coming towards you? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night. When can you park on the right-hand side of a road? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving at night. When can you park on the right-hand side of the road? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving at night. When would you dip your headlights earlier than normal? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at night with your headlights on main beam. A vehicle overtakes you. When should you dip your headlights? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at the legal speed limit. What should you do if a vehicle comes up quickly behind, flashing its headlights? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving at the speed limit, in the right-hand lane of a dual carriageway. A faster car is approaching from behind. What should you do if the driver wishes to overtake? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving behind a large goods vehicle. What should you do if it signals left but steers to the right? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving behind a large vehicle. What will happen if you’re too close to it? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving behind two cyclists. They approach a roundabout in the left-hand lane. In which direction should you expect the cyclists to go? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving down a steep hill on a two-way road. A car is parked ahead on the other side of the road. What should you do if a lorry coming uphill is going to arrive at the parked car at the same time as you? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving down a steep hill. Why could keeping the clutch down or selecting neutral for too long be dangerous? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving in a one-way street. Where should you position the car to turn right? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in a stream of traffic. What should you do if the vehicle behind is too close? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in a town and want to turn left at a junction. What should you do if pedestrians are crossing at the junction? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in falling snow. What should you do if your wipers aren’t clearing the windscreen? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in fog. What should you do if you use front fog lights? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in fog. When should high-intensity rear fog lights be used? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving in fog. When should you switch on your rear fog lights? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving in freezing conditions. What should you do when you approach a sharp bend? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in heavy motorway traffic. What should you do if you’re being followed too closely by the vehicle behind? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in heavy rain. What should you do if your steering suddenly feels very light? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving in heavy traffic. What should you do if a vehicle is following very closely? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in slow-moving queues of traffic. What should you do just before you change lane? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in snow and you see this sign as you approach a junction. What does it mean? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving in the left-hand lane of a three-lane dual carriageway. As you approach a junction, you see this sign on a gantry. What should you do if you wish to go straight ahead? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving in the right-hand lane on a three-lane motorway. What should you do when you see this sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving in town and see these lights flashing. What hazard would you expect to see next? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving in town. Why should you be careful if there’s a bus at a bus stop on the other side of the road? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in traffic at the speed limit for the road. What should you do if the driver behind is trying to overtake? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving in very heavy rain. How will your overall stopping distance be affected? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a busy main road. What should you do if you find that you’re travelling in the wrong direction? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a clear night, on a road where the national speed limit applies. Which lights should you use if there’s a steady stream of oncoming traffic? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a country road that has no pavement. What should you be prepared to find coming towards you, on your side of the road? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a country road. What should you be prepared for if there are no pavements? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a dual carriageway. What’s the first thing you should do if you see a broken-down vehicle in the left-hand lane? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a foggy night. Why should you switch off your rear fog lights as the fog clears? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a main road. You intend to turn right into a side road. What should you do just before turning? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway at night. What should you do if you need to slow down because you’re dazzled by headlights? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway at night. When can you switch off your headlights? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway in daylight. What lights should you use in misty or hazy conditions? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway. Something falls from your vehicle. What should you do after you’ve stopped on the hard shoulder or in an emergency refuge area? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway that has chevrons painted on the carriageway. In good weather, at least how many chevrons should be visible between you and the next vehicle in your lane? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving on a motorway that isn’t controlled by smart motorway technology. When should you use the hard shoulder? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway. The traffic ahead is braking sharply because of an incident. How could you warn traffic behind? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving on a motorway. What does it mean if the car ahead shows its hazard warning lights for a short time? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving on a motorway. What must you do if you see this signal above every lane? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving on a motorway. What should you do if the overhead signs show a red cross with red flashing lights above your lane? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving on a motorway. What should you do if there’s a red cross with flashing red lights on the gantry above your lane? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving on a motorway. What should you do if you start to feel tired? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a motorway. You see a large box fall onto the road from a lorry. What should you do if the lorry doesn’t stop? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a road that has double solid white lines in the middle of the road. When may you cross these lines to overtake? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving on a road that has double white lines along the centre of the road. The line nearest you is continuous. When may you cross this line to overtake? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving on a three-lane motorway. There are red reflective road studs to your left and white ones to your right. Which lane are you using? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving on a three-lane motorway. When would you use the right-hand lane? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a two-lane motorway. What should you do if a lorry is taking a long time to overtake you? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on a two-way road. There are double solid white lines along the centre of the road. What should you do if there’s a stationary vehicle parked on the left? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving on a windy day. When do you need to take account of the weather conditions? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on an icy road. What distance should you drive from the car in front? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving on an urban clearway during its time of operation. Apart from breakdowns, when may you stop on this road? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving on the motorway in windy conditions. What should you do when you’re passing high-sided vehicles? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving over a level crossing. What should you do if the warning lights come on and a bell rings? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving past a line of parked cars. What should you do if a ball suddenly bounces out into the road ahead? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving towards a left-hand bend on a country road. What should you anticipate if there are no pavements? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving towards a level crossing. What would be the first warning of an approaching train? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving towards a right-hand bend. Why should you position yourself well to the left? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving towards a zebra crossing. What should you do if pedestrians are waiting to cross? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving towards a zebra crossing. What should you do if you see a person in a wheelchair waiting to cross? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving towards a zebra crossing. What should you do if you see someone has started to cross at the crossing? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving towards roadworks and you see this temporary speed-limit sign. When must you comply with the sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re driving up to a roundabout. What should you do if a cyclist, positioned to the left, is signalling to turn right? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving up to a roundabout. What signal should you give if you’re going ahead and taking the second exit? Band 1 road procedure
You’re driving with your front fog lights switched on. What must you do if the fog has cleared? Band 3 driving test
You’re entering an area of roadworks. What must you do if you see this sign? Band 3 driving test
You’re following a large vehicle, approaching a crossroads. The driver of the vehicle signals to turn left. What advice would you give to your pupil? Band 4 publications
You’re following a large vehicle around a slight left-hand bend. How would you get the best view of the road ahead? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following a long vehicle approaching a crossroads. What should you do if the driver signals right but moves close to the left-hand kerb? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following a long vehicle. What should you do if it approaches a crossroads and signals left, but moves out to the right? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following a lorry on a wet road. What should you do if spray makes it difficult to see? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following a moped. What should you do if you want to turn left a short distance ahead? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following a vehicle at a safe distance on a wet road. What should you do if another driver overtakes you and pulls into the safe gap you’ve allowed? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following a vehicle on a wet road. What time gap should you leave between your vehicle and the one in front? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following another vehicle in good weather conditions at 70 mph. What’s the minimum separation distance you should allow? Band 1 road procedure
You’re following other vehicles in fog and you have your dipped headlights switched on. How else can you reduce the risk of being involved in a collision? Band 1 road procedure
You’re giving a driving lesson in an unfamiliar town. What should you tell your pupil if you see this sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re giving a lesson in a car fitted with automatic transmission. What should you tell the pupil to do whenever the vehicle is stationary? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re going to drive a car that you haven’t driven before. What’s the most important consideration when you’re adjusting the seat? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re in a line of traffic. What action should you take if the driver behind you is following very closely? Band 1 road procedure
You’re in a one-way street and intend to go ahead. Unless road markings indicate otherwise, which lane should you use? Band 1 road procedure
You’re in the right-hand lane of a dual carriageway. What should you do when you see this sign? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re intending to turn right at a crossroads. An approaching driver is also turning right. What danger exists if you turn in front of each other? Band 1 road procedure
You’re invited to a pub lunch. What’s your best course of action if you know that you’ll have to drive in the evening? Band 3 driving test
You’re involved in a traffic incident. Which document will you need to produce for a police officer? Band 3 driving test
You’re joining a motorway. Why is it important to make full use of the slip road? Band 1 road procedure
You’re leaving your vehicle parked on a road. When may you leave the engine running? Band 3 driving test
You’re leaving your vehicle unattended. How can you reduce the chance of it being broken into? Band 3 driving test
You’re looking for somewhere to park your vehicle. What should you do if the only spaces available are marked for disabled use? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re making a right turn. What could you do if you think your indicators might be difficult to see? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re on a fast, open road in good conditions. How can you judge a safe distance from the vehicle in front? Band 1 road procedure
You’re on a long downhill slope. What should you do to help control the speed of your vehicle? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re on a road that has speed humps. What should you do if the driver in front is travelling slowly? Band 1 road procedure
You’re on a road that’s only wide enough for one vehicle. What should you do if there’s a car coming towards you? Band 1 road procedure
You’re on a smart motorway where the active traffic management (ATM) isn’t in operation. When should you use the hard shoulder? Band 1 road procedure
You’re on a two-lane dual carriageway. When would you use the right-hand lane? Band 1 road procedure
You’re on the hard shoulder of a motorway, following a breakdown. How should you rejoin the main carriageway when your vehicle has been repaired? Band 1 road procedure
You’re parked in a busy high street. What’s the safest way to turn your vehicle around? Band 1 road procedure
You’re parking on a road that has a 30 mph speed limit. How close are you allowed to park to a junction? Band 3 driving test
You’re parking on a two-way road at night. How should you park if the speed limit is 40 mph? Band 1 road procedure
You’re parking on the left, facing downhill. You apply the parking brake firmly. What further safety precautions should you take? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re parking on the road at night. When should you use parking lights? Band 3 driving test
You’re parking your car facing uphill with a kerb on your left. You apply the parking brake. What else should you do for added security? Band 1 road procedure
You’re planning a long journey. What should you include in your journey plan? Band 1 road procedure
You’re planning to turn right onto a major road at a Y-junction. Where should you position your vehicle in order to improve your view? Band 1 road procedure
You’re reversing into a side road. What should you do if you see a pedestrian crossing the road behind your vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re reversing your car into a side road. When will it present the greatest obstruction to passing traffic? Band 1 road procedure
You’re reversing your car. Which road user will be especially hard to see? Band 1 road procedure
You’re signalling to turn right in busy traffic. How could you emphasise your intention? Band 1 road procedure
You’re starting a journey in freezing weather. What should you make sure is clear of snow and ice? Band 1 road procedure
You’re teaching a learner driver who’s following a slower-moving vehicle. You can see a junction ahead on the right. What should you tell your pupil? Band 4 publications
You’re teaching a manoeuvre that involves reversing in the road. What should you teach your pupil to do? Band 4 publications
You’re teaching a pupil how to turn the vehicle around. Can you remove your seat belt while you’re teaching this exercise? Band 3 driving test
You’re teaching a pupil to drive a car smoothly and with good coordination. In which area of activity will this learning mainly take place? Band 4 publications
You’re teaching a pupil to move away on a downhill gradient. What advice would you give them about the gears? Band 4 publications
You’re teaching a pupil to move off from the side of the road. Why should you teach them to look around? Band 4 publications
You’re teaching a pupil to reverse into a side road. What’s the law governing your use of the seat belt? Band 3 driving test
You’re teaching a pupil to stop. What should you teach them about using the gears to help slow the car? Band 4 publications
You’re teaching a pupil who continually drives too fast. What should you do to correct this problem? Band 4 publications
You’re teaching your pupil how to reverse a car into a side road on the left. What should you teach them to do if the rear nearside tyre gently touches the kerb? Band 3 driving test
You’re testing your vehicle’s suspension. What does it mean if the vehicle continues to bounce when you test it? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re the first person to arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash. No other vehicle is involved. The rider is unconscious and lying in the middle of the road. What should you do first? Band 1 road procedure
You’re turning left into a side road. What must you do if pedestrians are crossing the road at the junction? Band 1 road procedure
You’re turning right across a dual carriageway from a side road. What should you do if the gap in the central reservation isn’t wide enough to contain your vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re turning right at a crossroads. An oncoming vehicle is also turning right. What’s the advantage in turning behind the oncoming vehicle? Band 1 road procedure
You’re turning right onto a dual carriageway. What should you do before emerging? Band 1 road procedure
You’re waiting at a level crossing. What must you do if a train has passed but the lights keep flashing? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re waiting at a level crossing. What should you do if the red warning lights continue to flash after a train has passed? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re waiting at a pelican crossing. What should you do if pedestrians are halfway across when the lights change to green? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re waiting at a railway level crossing. What should you do if the red lights keep flashing after a train has passed? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’re waiting at a T-junction. What should you do if you see a vehicle coming from the right with its left indicator flashing? Band 1 road procedure
You’re waiting in a side road to cross a dual carriageway. What should you do if your car would safely fit in the gap in the central reservation? Band 1 road procedure
You’re waiting in a traffic queue at night. What should you do to avoid dazzling drivers behind? Band 1 road procedure
You’re waiting to drive out of a side road. Why should you look carefully for motorcycles? Band 1 road procedure
You’re waiting to emerge from a junction. What should you do if a vehicle is approaching quickly from your right with its left indicator flashing? Band 1 road procedure
You’re waiting to turn right onto a main road. The only vehicle in sight is approaching from the right with its left indicator flashing. When should you move out? Band 1 road procedure
You’re waiting to turn right out of a minor road. A large vehicle is approaching from the right. Why should you wait, even if you have time to turn in front of it? Band 1 road procedure
You’ve been unable to drive due to illness. What must you do before you start driving again? Band 4 publications
You’ve driven through a ford. What should you do when you’re out of the water? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’ve just driven out of fog. What must you do now that visibility has improved? Band 3 driving test
You’ve just driven through flood water. How should you dry out the brakes? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
You’ve just taken some cough medicine given to you by a friend. What should you do before you drive your car? Band 4 publications
You’ve left a motorway after a long period of driving at 70 mph. How is your judgement of speed likely to be affected? Band 1 road procedure
You’ve parked your vehicle on the road at night. When must you leave the parking lights switched on? Band 3 driving test
You’ve stalled in the middle of a level crossing and can’t restart the engine. What should you do if the warning bell starts to ring? Band 1 road procedure
You’ve stopped at a pelican crossing. What should you do if the lights change to green while someone is crossing slowly in front of you? Band 2 traffic signs and signals
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