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What does this sign mean?
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What does this sign warn of?
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When must you take extra care if you’re driving a vehicle more than 3.0 metres (10 feet) high?
Where can the axle weight limits be found?
You’re driving down a long hill. What should you use to prevent the brakes from overheating?
What system is used to control a vehicle’s speed without using the footbrake?
When should an endurance brake (retarder) be used?
Your vehicle is fully loaded. Where should you be braking when dealing with bends?
A lorry is overtaking you on a two-lane motorway. What should you do if it doesn’t have the speed to get past?
What should you do after driving through a flood?
What can coasting downhill seriously affect?
When does ‘brake fade’ occur?
How can you help to prevent ‘brake fade’?
What causes ‘brake fade’?
Where must extra care be taken when using an endurance brake (retarder)?
You’re stationary. The brake air-pressure warning light comes on. Why should you keep the parking brake on?
You’re about to drive a vehicle fitted with air-assisted hydraulic brakes. Why might the brake pedal feel hard when you press it?
Your vehicle is fitted with an air-assisted hydraulic braking system. What would warn you that the vacuum pump isn’t working?
Your vehicle is fitted with hydraulic brakes. Why might the brake pedal go down too far when it’s pressed?
You’re about to drive a vehicle fitted with hydraulic brakes. What should you check before driving the vehicle?
Your vehicle is fitted with air-assisted hydraulic brakes. What would warn you that there isn’t enough air in the system?
Which coloured band on the rev counter makes the best use of engine braking?
Your vehicle is fitted with air brakes. What does it mean if a brake warning light shows when you’ve just started the engine?
Your vehicle is fitted with air-assisted hydraulic brakes. What fault would you suspect if the brake pedal becomes hard to press?
Where can you get a replacement driver tachograph card?
A driver is convicted of obstructing an enforcement officer in the course of their duties. Under EU drivers’ hours regulations, what’s the maximum fine they can receive?
When are you allowed to alter your tachograph record?
You’re driving under EU drivers’ hours. How is a week defined under these rules?
Which type of digital tachograph card is used by an approved calibration centre when they’re re-calibrating the tachograph?
Which digital tachograph card is only available to enforcement authorities?
Drivers must have a driver smart card for use in digital tachographs. Where can you obtain a replacement smart card in Great Britain?
Who’s responsible for the issue of tachograph charts to a lorry driver?
How can you find out when an analogue tachograph was last re-calibrated?
The analogue tachograph on your vehicle becomes faulty. How long do you have before you must have it repaired?
An enforcement officer keeps one of your tachograph charts. Who should sign the back of the replacement chart?
An enforcement officer keeps your analogue tachograph records. How should they endorse the replacement charts?
Why should you carry spare tachograph charts?
What must you do when using a vehicle fitted with an analogue tachograph?
What can happen to drivers who break EU tachograph regulations?
What should a bus driver do to help passengers have a good journey?
A passenger is boarding your bus. What does it mean if they’re carrying a white stick with a red ring painted on it?
What must be clearly labelled on a bus?
Which of these is a legal requirement for every bus?
Your bus is fitted with seat belts. When should passengers wear them?
What should you be most aware of before moving off from a standstill?
What would contribute to the safety and comfort of your passengers?
Where may passengers be thrown when a bus takes a bend too fast?
Why should a bus driver avoid stopping harshly?
Well ahead of you are traffic lights on green. What should you do in case the lights change to red?
When would passengers be most likely to notice weight transfer?
How can you avoid harsh braking?
Where are passengers likely to be thrown when a bus driver brakes harshly?
How can you avoid harsh braking?
What’s the main reason for using smooth acceleration when you’re driving a bus?
How can a bus driver show care for their passengers?
What’s your main responsibility as a bus driver?
What must buses and coaches display when they’re used for school contract work?
When can you drive a bus at night without having the interior lights switched on?
Passengers may be in a hurry to get off the bus as you approach a bus stop. What should you do to reduce any dangers?
What should you do before allowing passengers off your bus?
Several parked cars are blocking your bus stop. What should you do before allowing passengers to leave the bus?
A bus stop is blocked and you can’t get into it. What’s the most important thing you should do before opening the exit door?
Where should you stop to make it easy for passengers leaving or joining your bus?
Where should you stop when you’re stopping to collect passengers at a bus stop?
You’re driving a double-deck bus. Why do you need to know if anyone is using the stairs?
You’re the driver of a one-person-operated double-deck bus. How do you stay aware of passengers on the top deck?
You’re driving a one-person-operated bus. What should you do while issuing tickets at a bus stop?
What’s a bus driver’s first priority?
What must you do before moving off when you’re driving a service bus?
What should you watch for when you drive away from a bus stop?
Your double-deck bus breaks down on a busy road. Where should you ask your passengers to move to?
What does a kneeling bus improve?
Your bus is fitted with lifts or ramps for less mobile passengers. Who should operate this equipment?
What does good passenger care include?
What do you have to be aware of when driving a double-deck bus on a road that has a steep camber?
What should you do if a passenger comments on exhaust smoke in the bus?
A passenger on your bus has stopped breathing. You help them by giving CPR. When should you stop doing this?
How should you care for a passenger who’s in shock?
What must you do if your bus has hit a parked vehicle and the owner can’t be found?
What should you do if your bus has been involved in an incident with other vehicles?
You’re driving a coach carrying elderly people. You arrive at the scene of an incident. What should you do if the emergency services have already arrived?
What must the driver do when they leave their bus unattended?
What should you do if you’re asked to leave your bus by an official who isn’t in uniform?
When may a driver take their rest period in a parked vehicle?
After driving continuously for the maximum period under EU rules, a bus driver must take a break. What’s the minimum duration of this break?
You’re driving a bus with 18 seats on an excursion from London to Scotland. Which drivers’ hours rules should you use?
What’s the national speed limit for buses and coaches on a dual carriageway?
How would you know that a weight-limit sign doesn’t apply to the bus you’re driving?
As a guide, how many passengers equal 1 tonne?
By approximately how much would 15 passengers increase the weight of your vehicle?
When do you need to take account of your vehicle having air suspension?
Your coach often tows a trailer. How often should you check the trailer tyres for pressure?
You’re driving at night on a very busy road when your headlights fail. What should you do if the fuse box is on the outside of the bus, on the right-hand side?
Your bus has a speed limiter fitted. What other related item must it have?
What should you do when you park a vehicle that’s fitted with a turbocharger?
A passenger tells you they’ve noticed that a wheel nut is missing from your bus. How often should you check your vehicle’s wheel nuts?
It’s raining heavily. What effect could this have when you overtake a cyclist?
Your bus hits a low railway bridge. Nobody is injured. When and to whom should you report the incident?
When starting your bus, how should air pressure be built up?
What should you do before stopping a turbocharged engine?
On a coach with high side windows, it can be difficult to see either side. What should you do before you move off in one of these vehicles?
How frequently should a driver carry out a walk-round check?
Some buses have different-sized wheels on the front and rear. What do you need to be aware of when driving at high speeds on long journeys?
You’ll be driving a high-floor coach. You’ll be going over several high bridges. Why should you check the weather forecast before starting your journey?
The front of your bus overhangs well past the front wheels. Why should you allow for this when cornering?
What category of licence is required to drive an articulated bus?
Where can a driver find their vehicle’s unladen weight recorded?
Why should you check your tyres more frequently on a coach with three axles?
What effect will continuous use of the air-conditioning system have on fuel consumption?
What does a D1 category licence allow you to drive?
What size of trailer can be towed by the holder of a full category D licence?
Which licence category do you need to drive an articulated bus (‘bendy bus’)?
You’re making a journey that crosses international borders. Which document should you produce at immigration control?
You’re making a journey that crosses international borders. Which document should you produce at immigration control?
You’re driving a coach, returning from a European trip. Why should you search the vehicle at the port?
Why may coaches be subject to a search by immigration authorities at international ports?
You’re driving a fully loaded coach that’s 12 metres long. What should you do when you approach this sign?
What must you check after refuelling your bus?
Which category of licence do you need to drive a tri-axle double-deck coach?
What should you do while you’re driving a bus in a built-up area?
You’re carrying a bus full of passengers. What must you do if you see smoke coming from the engine compartment?
You’re driving on a dual carriageway. When would you use the nearside mirror?
What must you do before leaving your bus?
What should you do before getting out of your bus?
What should you do before uncoupling your trailer?
What will result from having over-inflated tyres?
What should you regularly check on the tyres of your bus?
What must be clearly displayed on your bus?
Which road user is sometimes allowed to share a bus lane?
What’s a vehicle’s turning circle?
You’re approaching a large puddle near the left-hand kerb. What should you do if pedestrians are close to the water?
You’re driving along this road. What should you do if the red van cuts in close in front of you?
When may you drive without wearing your seat belt?
Why is it important to adjust your head restraint properly?
You’re about to drive a vehicle you’ve never driven before. What should you consider when adjusting your seat?
What can prevent you from holding a lorry driving licence?
What should you do when passing sheep on a road?
What’s most likely to cause danger to a group of horse riders?
Where are you most likely to find pedestrians stepping into the road?
What should you do if you lose your way in heavy traffic?
You’re driving on a motorway. What does it mean when a lorry ahead of you switches on its hazard warning lights?
What should you do if you aren’t sure whether your cough medicine will affect your driving?
What should you do if a long, heavily laden lorry is taking a long time to overtake you?
When should you use your vehicle’s horn?
You’re driving on a single carriageway. When may you use your mobile phone?
What should you do if you want to make a business call on your mobile phone while you’re driving?
When are you most likely to lose concentration while you’re driving?
Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and you need to call for help. Why may it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone?
What should you do if a front tyre bursts while you’re driving on a motorway?
What might misuse of drugs or alcohol lead to?
You’ve driven a long distance and feel tired. Your tachograph shows that you haven’t exceeded your driving hours. What should you do in these circumstances?
What should you do if you feel tired while driving on a motorway?
What should you do if you’re taking medication that could affect your driving?
When will your reactions be slower?
What should you do if you’re feeling tired but there’s nowhere to stop safely?
You’re about to drive home. What should you do if you feel very tired and have a severe headache?
What should you do if you’re driving along a motorway and become tired?
You take some cough medicine given to you by a friend.
What must you do before driving?
You’ve been taking medicine for a few days, and it has made you feel drowsy. Today you feel better, but you still need to take the medicine.
When should you drive?
Your doctor has given you a course of medicine. Why should you ask whether it’s safe to drive?
It’s been eight hours since you last had an alcoholic drink. What effect could the alcohol have on your driving?
As a driver, what should you do when you attend a social event?
Your vehicle breaks down on the hard shoulder of a motorway. What should you do if you decide to use your mobile phone to call for help?
How should you answer a mobile phone call while you’re driving?
At what age are men most at risk from sleep-related vehicle incidents (SRVIs)?
How will your body clock affect your driving between 2.00 am and 7.00 am?
When can you drive without wearing a seat belt?
Where do most sleep-related vehicle incidents occur?
High-sided vehicles can be affected by side wind. On which type of road is this most likely?
What should you do when you drive in windy weather?
When do long vehicles sometimes need to straddle lanes?
How will gravity affect a laden vehicle going downhill?
When would weight transference be most likely to occur?
What should you do when you park your vehicle on a two-way road at night?
You’re about to pass this car.
What’s the main hazard you should be aware of?
You’re driving along a motorway and see this sign.
What does it mean?
You’re waiting at a T-junction. What should you do if you see a vehicle is coming from the right, with its left indicator flashing?
Why should you be especially aware of parked cars when you’re driving at night?
You’re driving in heavy rain. What should you do if your steering suddenly feels very light?
You’re driving a high-sided vehicle on a motorway. You should anticipate the effects of side wind. When is this most likely to happen?
You’re in the centre lane of a motorway, overtaking another vehicle. What should you do before returning to the left-hand lane?
You’re driving through the night. What could it mean if your steering feels lighter than normal?
What do you need to be aware of when you drive over an exposed suspension bridge?
What do you need to be careful of when you’re driving in high winds?
What might happen if using the brakes continuously causes them to overheat?
What should you do as you approach a zebra crossing?
You’re driving a high-sided vehicle in very windy conditions. Where should you avoid travelling?
Where would you anticipate problems when you’re driving a high-sided vehicle on a windy day?
You’re driving along a motorway in thick fog at night. The reflective studs are red on your left and white on your right.
Which lane are you in?
Why should you take extra care when overtaking at night?
What problem may you have when driving at night?
Where are these lights found?
You’re driving in town and see these lights flashing. What would you expect to see ahead?
When may you use your vehicle’s hazard warning lights while it’s moving?
Why is tailgating dangerous?
The road is wet. Why should you slow down as you approach this pedestrian?
You’re driving downhill. How will this affect your vehicle?
You’re driving on a motorway in heavy rain. What could cause your steering to become unresponsive?
You’re driving in heavy rain. Why do you need to increase your distance from the vehicle in front?
You’re on a motorway, approaching a working snow plough. Why should you stay behind it?
How should you drive through flood water?
This vehicle is fitted with spray-suppression equipment. In what weather conditions will it be most useful?
What component fitted to your vehicle will help following drivers in wet weather?
When should you check your vehicle’s spray-suppression equipment?
You’re driving in wet weather. What effect will faulty spray-suppression equipment have on other drivers?
Why are brushes fitted to this vehicle’s wheel arch?
You’re driving a large vehicle in heavy rain on a motorway. You slow down to reduce the risk of aquaplaning. For what other reason should you slow down?
You’re driving on a motorway in heavy rain. When are you allowed to use high-intensity rear fog lights?
You’re driving in wet conditions.
What should you try to do before braking?
What time gap should you leave when you’re following a vehicle on a wet road?
Why is it dangerous to follow a large goods vehicle too closely?
When should you use the two-second rule?
How should you use the brakes in icy weather?
How much longer will your stopping distance be in snow than in dry weather?
What must you be certain of before you overtake at night?
You’re driving at 50 mph (80 km/h) on a dry, level road. What gap should you leave between your vehicle and the one in front?
What should you do if an overtaking vehicle pulls in too close in front of you?
What should you do if you see a lorry too close behind when you’re driving in traffic on the motorway?
In fast traffic, when should you leave a two-second gap between your vehicle and the one in front?
You’re driving in fog that’s starting to clear. When should you switch off your high-intensity rear fog lights?
You’re driving in fog. When should high-intensity rear fog lights be used?
You’re driving at night. Why should you ensure that all your lights are clean and working correctly?
You’re in the left-hand lane on a three-lane motorway. Why should you check for any vehicles in the right-hand lane before you overtake?
You’re driving behind two cyclists. They’re approaching a roundabout in the left-hand lane. What should you expect them to do?
What should you do before you start to overtake a lorry?
You’re following a large vehicle. How can you improve your view ahead?
How should you slow down or stop when you’re driving on an icy road?
The entrances to roundabouts are often slippery when they’re wet.
How should you deal with this hazard?
The area around an incident is safe. What’s the best way to help an injured person?
At an incident, you suspect a casualty has back injuries. What’s the best way to help them?
At an incident, a casualty is unconscious but still breathing. Why would you move them?
You arrive at the scene of an incident. The emergency services have already been called. A pedestrian is bleeding heavily from a leg wound, but their leg isn’t broken. What should you do to help them?
You arrive at the scene of an incident. A casualty has an injured arm that’s bleeding heavily. What should you do while waiting for the emergency services to arrive?
When should you stop trying to resuscitate a casualty?
You’re trying to resuscitate a casualty who isn’t breathing. For how long should you continue?
You arrive at the scene of an incident where a motorcyclist is lying in the middle of the road and unconscious. What’s the first thing you should do?
There’s been an incident.
What can you do to help a driver who’s suffering from shock?
What should you do if you’re the first person to arrive at the scene of an incident?
You’re at the scene of an incident. How can you help someone suffering from shock?
You arrive at the scene of an incident where someone is injured.
What should be given urgent priority?
You’ve stopped at the scene of an incident where there are casualties.
What should you do to help?
You arrive at the scene of an incident and someone is unconscious.
What’s the first thing you should do to help them?
You’re the first person to arrive at an incident where a motorcyclist is unconscious. After you’ve checked the area for immediate danger, what’s the first check you should make on the casualty?
You arrive at an incident involving a motorcyclist. The motorcyclist is unconscious and bleeding.
What should be your priority?
You’re the first person to arrive at an incident where people are badly injured. What’s the first thing you should do?
At the scene of an incident, an injured person is lying in a busy road. What’s the first thing you should do to help?
You’re waiting for the emergency services to arrive at the scene of an incident. A pedestrian’s leg is bleeding heavily, but there’s nothing embedded in the wound. What should you do to help?
You’re stopped by a police officer for a suspected motoring offence. Which document will you be asked to produce?
What should you do if you notice that two wheel nuts are missing from one of the wheels on your vehicle?
You’re checking your vehicle’s tyres before starting a long motorway journey. What check should be made on each tyre?
You’re at the scene of a traffic incident. What are the symptoms of someone suffering from shock?
You’re at the scene of a collision. People are injured. What should be done when the risk of further collisions has been dealt with?
When should you check the wheel nuts on your vehicle?
You’re uncoupling a trailer. What must you do before disconnecting any of the air lines?
What could happen if you overfill your engine with oil?
Where should you park your vehicle before checking the engine oil level?
Why should your engine oil be changed at the recommended intervals?
You’ve had to change a wheel on your vehicle. When should the wheel nuts be checked again?
What should you do before changing a wheel on your vehicle?
What will happen if you follow a regular vehicle maintenance schedule?
What do the codes shown on the side walls of lorry tyres refer to?
What does it mean if the ignition warning light comes on while you’re driving?
What does this warning light on the instrument panel mean?
When should anti-freeze be used in the cooling system?
When should you check the oil level in your engine?
What’s it advisable to do when you replace a tubeless tyre?
Why should you use an approved coolant solution in your engine’s cooling system?
Why is it important to avoid overfilling the engine with oil?
Where does a high-pressure fuel injector deliver fuel?
What’s the purpose of a preheating device?
You’ve stopped on a firm, level surface. What’s the first thing you must do before you uncouple the trailer?
What should you do if thick black smoke is coming from the exhaust of your vehicle?
Why should you carry out a daily walk-round check before setting off?