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2024 Mock Driving Theory Test

This mock theory test for UK learner drivers was designed to prepare you for the actual DVSA test. The format of the questions and the scoring system are the same. You need to answer 43 out of 50 multiple-choice questions correctly to pass. While the DVSA test features a 57-minute time limit, we did not include that here. We believe you're here to practise your skills, to remember the correct answers, and to get familiar with the exam format. If you do not know the correct answer to a question, use the hint (there is one for each question). You can retake our tests as many times as you need to; questions and answers are randomised every time you restart the test. Good luck!
Based on 2024 Highway Code
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List of questions (classic view)

  1. While you are driving along a busy road, you realise that you are lost. What should you do?
  2. If you use a hands-free phone while you are driving, you are likely to
  3. If there has been an incident, casualties are a priority. When the area is safe, you should
  4. If you are driving through a tunnel, you must
  5. If you are towing a caravan, are you allowed to carry passengers in it?
  6. If you have put too much oil in your engine,
  7. When you are driving, there is a police car behind you. The police officer flashes you and then points to the left. What should you do?
  8. Ordinarily, you use dipped headlights at night. When MUST you use dipped headlights in the daytime?
  9. It is compulsory for a motor car to have an MOT certificate when
  10. You will know if a road has a dedicated cycle lane because of the solid white line. When are you permitted to cross that line?
  11. You are driving when your mobile phone starts to ring. What should you do?
  12. Before you stop your car, you must
  13. Being tailgated means that
  14. A long, heavy vehicle is trying to overtake you, but it is taking a long time. What should you do?
  15. An ambulance is following you, using flashing lights and a siren. What should you do?
  16. If the weather is very windy, you need to take extra care when
  17. What makes a toucan crossing different from other crossings?
  18. You are waiting at the junction of a minor road onto a busier road, and you want to turn left. A large vehicle is approaching from the right. You know that you will be able to turn in time, but you should still wait. What is the reason for this?
  19. You are behind a long vehicle and are approaching a mini-roundabout. Although the long vehicle indicates left, it moves to the right of the road. What should you do?
  20. You are driving along the middle lane of a three-lane motorway. What is the national speed limit for motor cars in this lane?
  21. You have had to use the hard shoulder on a motorway, but now you need to rejoin the carriageway. You should
  22. On a motorway, where can amber reflective studs be found?
  23. When are you allowed to stop on a clearway?
  24. You can use the right-hand lane of a three-lane dual carriageway for
  25. Some road signs give orders that must be obeyed. Usually, such orders are on
  26. Provided the vehicle is kept off the road, the Statutory Off-Road Notification (SORN) is valid
  27. A Vehicle Registration Certificate (V5C) must be kept updated. Whose legal responsibility is this?
  28. You are driving along a three-lane motorway while towing a trailer. You must NOT
  29. If you carry a heavy load on a roof rack, you will have
  30. It is illegal to overload a vehicle. Who is legally responsible for this?
  31. To tow a trailer, you must ensure that it is hitched securely to the towing vehicle. What could you use as an extra precaution?
  32. You are driving along when you suddenly see a motorcyclist lying unconscious in the road. No other vehicle was involved. What is the first thing you should do?
  33. You are driving along a main road and approaching a side road when another driver pulls out in front of you, forcing you to brake hard. What should you do?
  34. You have two 12-year-old children and one of their parents in your car. The children are in the rear seat. Whose responsibility is it to make sure that the children are wearing seat belts?
  35. The fluid in your car's battery needs topping up. What should you use?
  36. What are traffic calming measures used for?
  37. In which of these situations should you NOT overtake?
  38. You want to turn left into a side street, but there are pedestrians crossing the road. What should you do?
  39. You are driving behind a large vehicle. You should keep well back because
  40. Why are LRT systems, trams or 'metros', considered environmentally friendly?
  41. Following too closely behind a large vehicle is not a good idea because
  42. It is raining, so you are keeping a safe distance from the vehicle in front. Another vehicle overtakes you and pulls into the gap. What should you do?
  43. Braking distances change in different weather conditions. In icy conditions, braking distances are
  44. You are approaching a right-hand bend. You should keep to the left because
  45. On what kind of road would you be most affected by a side wind?
  46. To let you know that you should stop, a school crossing patrol will
  47. It is raining heavily, and you are following a large vehicle that is creating a lot of spray. You should
  48. The national speed limit for motor cars is different on different roads. What is the speed limit on a motorway?
  49. You are driving on a motorway and are getting tired, so you decide that you need to stop. Where should you do this?
  50. Not all 30-mph roads have the designated maximum speed displayed. How do you know if you are driving along a road that has a speed limit of 30 mph?