05 - Driving Theory Test Practice DVLA 2019

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 Driving Theory Test Practice DVLA so that you can practise and get an idea of what types of questions will be asked on the actual test.

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

Question 1 of 30

On wet roads your stopping distance will be how much greater than on a dry one?

Question 2 of 30

When a pelican crossing is showing a flashing amber light, you may drive through if…?

Question 3 of 30



After a traffic light has displayed a red light, what is the next light in the cycle?

Question 4 of 30

Advanced stop lines are provided for…?

Question 5 of 30

An elderly pedestrian is taking a long time to get over crossing. You should…?

Question 6 of 30

You're approaching a left turn into a minor road that you wish to join; there's a cyclist between you and the junction. What should you do?

Question 7 of 30

When approaching a tunnel, what should you do?

Question 8 of 30

Most overtaking incidents are caused by the overtaking driver hitting…?

Question 9 of 30

On a steep hill sign, which of these is the steepest?

Question 10 of 30

Coastguard vehicles on emergency calls use…?

Question 11 of 30

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

Question 12 of 30

When taking a bend, your speed should be at its lowest point at…?

Question 13 of 30

When travelling in good dry conditions at 55 miles an hour, the gap between you and the vehicle in front should be…?

Question 14 of 30

Two amber lights flashing warn traffic of what?

Question 15 of 30

When you're driving in wet conditions, if a car ahead passes a street sign, you should not reach that street sign for at least…?

Question 16 of 30

When travelling at 50 mph, the distance covered between identifying a hazard and applying the brakes will be approximately what?

Question 17 of 30

When approaching a left-hand bend, you should…?

Question 18 of 30

Pedestrians have priority over you on a zebra crossing if…?

Question 19 of 30

If a set of traffic lights has failed, you should treat the junction as if…?

Question 20 of 30

When driving along the road, you should be monitoring…?

Question 21 of 30

When a cyclist looks over their shoulder at you, you should assume that…?

Question 22 of 30

When you have missed a turning, the best thing to do is…?

Question 23 of 30

You're approaching traffic light that is on amber. What should you do?

Question 24 of 30

In normal free moving traffic, which of these is the only place where it is permissible to overtake on the left?

Question 25 of 30

Someone is overtaking you and has misjudged the proximity of oncoming traffic. What should you do?

Question 26 of 30

When overtaking you should take particular care to check for…?

Question 27 of 30

A vehicle ahead of you moves to overtake the next vehicle down the road. You also want to overtake. What should you do?

Question 28 of 30

When you see a large vehicle obstructing the road working on highway maintenance, e.g. hedge cutter, you should be especially aware of…?

Question 29 of 30

The total stopping distance at 70 miles an hour will be approximately…?

Question 30 of 30


 

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Driving Theory Test Practice DVLA

Set a revision schedule for the theory test: It’s important that you put in the hours when preparing for a theory test. When going through your practice material, and revision, you could take a driving theory test practice DVLA as one of the constituents of your revision schedule. Despite the fact that these tests only offer the multiple choice part, they can be a good measure of your readiness. If the outcome of the test doesn’t go as expected, you can always reschedule your driving theory test to revise some more and build more confidence.

Driving Theory Test Practice DVLA 2019
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