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10 Question Mock Theory Test

Practice driving theory test. This lite version consists of 10 multiple choice questions based on the Highway Code.

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. 


traffic road signs

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!

1 / 10

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

parked silver car

2 / 10

Q: What should you do when there’s an obstruction on your side of the road?

parked car on double yellow lines

3 / 10

Q: How can you avoid wasting fuel?

man holding a fuel nozzle

4 / 10

Q: What does this sign mean?

no through road sign

5 / 10

Q: Which type of crossing allows cyclists to ride across with pedestrians?

cyclists and pedestrians crossing road together

6 / 10

Q: How can you reduce the chances of your car being broken into when leaving it unattended?

man breaking into red car

7 / 10

Q: Which vehicle is most likely to take an unusual course at a roundabout?

traffic on motorway roundabout

8 / 10

Q: What should you do when you park a car facing downhill?

cars parked both side on hill

9 / 10

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

vehicle tax disc with car keys

10 / 10

Q: What’s the meaning of this sign?

waiting restrictions road sign

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