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 Mock Theory Test so that you can practise and get an idea of what types of questions will be asked on the actual test.
Before pulling away you should check…?

Question 1 of 25

You may only drive on or over a pavement, footpath or bridleway in an emergency or…?

Question 2 of 25

Approaching a long downhill slope, you should do what?

Question 3 of 25

At a crossroads, the traffic lights are broken down. Who has priority?

Question 4 of 25

When making a right turn, you should signal…?

Question 5 of 25

The highest speed permitted anywhere in England, Scotland or Wales is what?

Question 6 of 25

What is a blind spot?

Question 7 of 25

A car is stopped by police because an adult passenger is not wearing a seatbelt. Who is liable to be punished for this?

Question 8 of 25

On a pelican crossing, when the amber light is flashing, who has priority?

Question 9 of 25

On a three lane dual carriageway, when you are travelling at the speed limit, you should wherever possible use…?

Question 10 of 25

At a roundabout, you should give priority to…?

Question 11 of 25

When driving it is recommended that you take a break of at least 15 minutes how often?

Question 12 of 25

On a road with a cycle lane, who has priority at a junction?

Question 13 of 25

At a zebra crossing, a car is obliged to stop for a pedestrian as soon as…?

Question 14 of 25

You should drive at speed that will allow you to stop should a child suddenly run in front of you…?

Question 15 of 25

You are driving on a road in good conditions and the vehicle ahead passes an object. You should not pass the same object until how much time has elapsed?

Question 16 of 25

You may cross a solid white line to overtake a pedal cycle, horse or road maintenance vehicle provided they are travelling lower than what speed?

Question 17 of 25

If a junction has a give way sign and broken white lines across the road, that means…?

Question 18 of 25

Who is legally responsible for making sure a child of 12 is wearing a seatbelt in a car?

Question 19 of 25

When you have driven through deep water, you should dry your brakes out by…?

Question 20 of 25

The blood-alcohol level beyond which it is illegal to drive in England and Wales is what per hundred millilitres of blood?

Question 21 of 25

You're approaching the junction and a pedestrian waiting to cross is looking straight at you. You should…?

Question 22 of 25

In a skid, to recover what should you do with the steering wheel?

Question 23 of 25

Before overtaking you should check that…?

Question 24 of 25

When a school crossing patrol operative signals you to stop, this is…?

Question 25 of 25



Free Mock Theory Test

This free mock theory test is created using the official DVSA Guide: The Official Highway Code. All answers include a short explanation and reference to the UK Highway Code or special notes for additional reading on the subject.

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

There’s a 15-minute practice time before your test. Use it wisely. Familiarize yourself with the touch screen and test layout. If something doesn’t seem to work properly, raise your concern prior to taking the test.

While answering and you get stuck on a tricky question, hit the flag button to save it for later. Every second counts! You can easily go back to the items marked as unanswered before the end of your test.

You’ll be given 3 minutes to have a break between the first and second part of your UK Driving Theory Test. You’re already halfway through, and there’s no need to rush. Take a breather, for you’ll soon find yourself embracing the freedom of the open road. You should take this free mock theory test. There is simply no easier way to prepare for and pass your theory test. It is also a good idea to study driver’s handbook to review best practices and safety rules.

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