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10 Question Mock Theory Test

Practice driving theory test. This lite version consists of 10 multiple choice questions from the DVSA question bank.

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. 

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: There’s been a heavy fall of snow. What should you consider before driving in these conditions?

blue car in snow

2 / 10

Q: You’re driving on a single carriageway road. Why should you keep well back while you’re following a large vehicle?

truck on the road in the evening

3 / 10

Q: What should you do if you want to turn left at a junction where pedestrians have started to cross?

pedestrians crossing at busy junction

4 / 10

Q: Which type of vehicle should you be ready to give way to as you approach this bridge?

railway bridge

5 / 10

Q: You’re driving in a slow-moving queue of traffic. What should you do just before changing lane?

slow moving traffic in London

6 / 10

Q: What does this sign mean?

t junction road sign

7 / 10

Q: You’re driving in a built-up area that has traffic-calming measures. What should you do when you approach a road hump?

car approaching road hump

8 / 10

Q: Who’s responsible for making sure that a vehicle isn’t overloaded?

heavy load on the red car roof rack

9 / 10

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

someone putting tow rope on towbar

10 / 10

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

cars parked both side on hill

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