03 - DVLA DRIVING TEST PRACTICE: FREE MOCK THEORY EXAM

Driving is a complex task that requires not only practical skills, but also theoretical knowledge. To ensure that drivers are competent and knowledgeable enough to operate a vehicle safely, most countries have implemented a driving theory test called The Essential Skills.

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The Essential Skills - Test 03

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When there is a hazard ahead for which there is not a specific warning sign, you will see...?

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The indicators on your car must flash what colour?

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Driving without insurance can incur which of these penalties?

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When waiting to make a right turn, you should position yourself...?

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If you're towing a separate caravan, nobody should be inside the caravan...?

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If you break down on the motorway and have to park on the hard shoulder, turn your wheels...?

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Before you start a vehicle, you should make sure that the gear lever is in...?

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On a road which has an unbroken white line and dashed white lines next to each other down the centre, you may not...?

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If an oncoming driver's full beam headlights dazzle you at night, what should you do?

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Cruise control can help you do what?

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Convex mirrors often found as wing mirrors make vehicles behind seem...?

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On a very slippery surface, stopping distances can be increased by how much?

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If you're involved in traffic incident, under what circumstances is it permissible not to stop?

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You are driving at speed and you suffer a tyre blowout. What is the first thing you should do?

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The best thing to do with your mobile phone before you set out is what?

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For maximum protection, head restraints should be adjusted so that the rigid part is level with...?

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Tyre pressures should be checked...?

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If you are towing a caravan or trailer, Unless road signs tell you otherwise, you mustn't exceed ______ on dual carriageways or motorways.

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If a motorcyclist has been involved in an incident and appears injured, you should remove their helmet...?

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The best time to switch on your headlights for night driving is...?

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At an unmarked junction, you should...?

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An ambulance may have to travel slowly even with flashing lights on for the comfort of its patient. If it is doing so...?

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The MSM routine stands for...?

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Anyone supervising a learner driver must have held a full licence for the vehicle being driven for at least...?

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When can you stop on a double red line ('red route')?

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DVLA Driving Test Practice

This test assesses a range of driving-related knowledge, such as road signs, traffic rules, and hazard perception. It is essential that drivers pass this test before they are granted a full driving licence. It is important to note that The Essential Skills theory test is designed to be challenging, as it aims to prepare drivers for real-life driving situations. As such, it is highly recommended that drivers take advantage of free practice tests that are available online. Bypassing The Essential Skills theory test, drivers can demonstrate their ability to operate a vehicle safely and responsibly, contributing to a safer road environment for all.

Practice while driving: For you to move from being a novice to achieving proficiency in driving, it is a requirement for you to link both practical driving and driving theory tests. Before any driving lesson, it is advisable for you to look through your DVLA driving test practice material. In case of any difficulty, the instructor is always there to help you fully grasp all concepts.

To gain your full driver’s license, you need to first pass the UK Driving Theory Test. This free DVLA Driving Test Practice is designed to test your knowledge of the Highway Code and driving in the UK. Questions are created using the Official DVSA Guide to Driving.

Many of the rules in The Highway Code are legal requirements, and if you disobey these rules you are committing a criminal offence.