04 - Practice DVLA Driving Theory Test

We know that taking the driving theory test as part of your driving licence can cause anxiety in even the most confident driver. That is why we designed this free practice DVLA driving theory test so that you can practise and get an idea of what types of questions will be asked on the actual test.


A single broken white line at the entrance to a roundabout means what?

Question 1 of 30

On urban clearways, there is no stopping during the hours of operation except to…?

Question 2 of 30

When you're following a bus or coach on the motorway, you should be aware that it may have a speed restrictor limiting it to…?

Question 3 of 30

You may not stop on yellow zigzags outside schools unless…?

Question 4 of 30

For parking restrictions, "loading” is defined as…?

Question 5 of 30

If you pass a speed limit sign and then later pass a white disc with a black diagonal line across it, that means what?

Question 6 of 30

The maximum speed permitted on a single carriageway road in the UK is what?

Question 7 of 30

If you are towing a caravan or trailer, on no road may you exceed more than…?

Question 8 of 30

For normal overtaking, when there is a solid white line down the centre of the road you must not…?

Question 9 of 30

Raised yellow lines painted across the carriageway indicate that you should…?

Question 10 of 30

Double broken white lines across your half of the road when you want to enter another road show that…?

Question 11 of 30

When you see a sign warning you to look out for children, you can ignore it…?

Question 12 of 30

Left and right turn arrows painted on the road tell you what?

Question 13 of 30

When large goods vehicles have a restrictor fitted, they will not travel above…?

Question 14 of 30

What colour are motorway signs?

Question 15 of 30

The only mandatory signs which are not circular with a red border are…?

Question 16 of 30

A sign warning of a junction will show which road has priority with…?

Question 17 of 30

Hazard signs warn you of the oncoming hazard, but they do not…?

Question 18 of 30

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

Question 19 of 30

You must not enter a box junction unless your exit road is clear or…?

Question 20 of 30

If you are driving on a road with broken white lines and they start to get longer, that means what?

Question 21 of 30

Double yellow lines indicate what?

Question 22 of 30

You may drive in a high occupancy vehicle lane if your vehicle contains the minimum number of people indicated on the sign or…?

Question 23 of 30

Fluorescent white studs are used to mark what?

Question 24 of 30

In a built-up area and all roads with street lighting unless indicated otherwise, the maximum speed limit in the UK is what?

Question 25 of 30

You may not crossover a solid white line to overtake a pedal cycle, horse or road maintenance vehicle unless they are travelling at less than…?

Question 26 of 30

When you are being directed to follow a diversion, the diversion route will be signalled by…?

Question 27 of 30

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

Question 28 of 30

You see a sign ahead that is brown with white lettering. What should you expect it to display?

Question 29 of 30

You're approaching a major road from a minor road. At the junction, who has priority?

Question 30 of 30



Practice DVLA Driving Theory Test

Before you are permitted to drive without supervision within the UK, you are expected to pass two tests; the theory and the practical driving tests. You are also required to acquire a Provisional Driving Licence before you take either of the tests. To get your full driving licence, it’s imperative that you pass the theory test. The one thing you would not want is to re-sit your theory test. Having that in mind, here is practice DVLA driving theory test that would help you pass your theory test in the first attempt.

Practice DVLA Driving Theory Test
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