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10 Question Mock Theory Test

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Mock theory test

Test your knowledge of the UK Highway Code. This is the lite version of the mock theory test, which consists of 10 multiple choice questions from the DVSA question bank, each with 4 possible answers.

If you have a bit more time, you could also try the extended version of the quiz, which consists of 50 multiple choice questions.

You have 10 minutes to complete the test. 

Driving theory test challenge lite version

Pick your answer, check the facts and we’ll tot up your answers to see how you’ve scored. Good luck!

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Q: You're towing a trailer along a three-lane motorway. When may you use the right-hand lane?

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Q: Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and you manage to stop on the hard shoulder. What should you do if you use your mobile phone to call for help?

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Q: You're the first person to arrive at an incident where people are badly injured. You’ve switched on your hazard warning lights and checked all engines are stopped. What else should you do?

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Q: Who should obey diamond-shaped traffic signs?

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Q: Who's responsible for paying the vehicle tax?

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Q: You're about to go down a steep hill. What should you do to control the speed of your vehicle?

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Q: At traffic lights, what does it mean when the amber light shows on its own?

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Q: Which vehicle should you allow extra room as you overtake them?

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Q: What should you do when leaving your vehicle parked and unattended?

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Q: Why is a toucan crossing different from other crossings?

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