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Mock DVLA Test: Pass Your Theory in 2024

UK driving licenceSitting your 2024 DVLA theory test doesn't have to be scary, but it is essential. You can’t book your practical examination with a test centre until you have passed the theory test. Each question is multiple choice, so you can use the process of elimination to help you figure out the correct answer. Why should you take a mock theory test? Well, it can give you an idea of the questions you’ll get on the day, and it will also help with your time management. Since you only have one hour to answer 50 questions, you need to make rapid but careful progress. Good luck!
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How many questions:50
How many correct answers to pass:43
Pass mark:86%

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List of questions (classic view)

  1. When preparing to come to a stop, you should
  2. Using a hands-free mobile phone while driving may result in
  3. When is it acceptable to leave a time gap of two seconds between your car and the vehicle in front?
  4. You are on a dual carriageway when unexpectedly, a blue van cuts into your lane without notice. At this point, you need to
  5. You are planning to turn right onto another road. Why should you allow sufficient time to position yourself correctly?
  6. How can leaving out some gear changes (such as by going directly from second into fourth gear) reduce your fuel consumption?
  7. What is the purpose of a catalytic converter?
  8. Which of the following should you NOT keep in your car at all times?
  9. Which of the following measures can help keep your car secure at night?
  10. If you turn the steering wheel when your car isn't in motion, which part(s) of your vehicle can be damaged?
  11. What is the main benefit of an anti-lock braking system (ABS)?
  12. When you are driving while it is snowing, you need to
  13. In sub-zero temperatures with ice on the roads, how should you handle your vehicle on the approach to a sharp bend?
  14. You are driving a car with fully-functioning tyres and brakes on a smooth road in dry conditions. Your speed is 40 mph. What is the average distance it will take to come to a complete stop?
  15. While travelling in a residential area, you are warned that there are speed bumps ahead. What should you do before you reach them?
  16. You have been prescribed cough medicine, but you wonder whether this may impair your driving ability. You should
  17. You notice that your eyesight has deteriorated significantly. Your optician is unable to assist you. By law, you must inform
  18. When you are feeling fatigued, you should stop your car in a safe place as soon as possible and take a break. What should you do in the meantime?
  19. You are about to embark on a long-distance drive. Should you incorporate rest breaks into your journey time?
  20. You are driving behind a learner driver. What should you do?
  21. You are approaching a pedestrian carrying a white stick with a red band. This person is
  22. Which car is NOT turning correctly at this roundabout?
  23. In good visibility during the day, a motorcycle rider has switched on his or her dipped headlight. The rider has probably done this
  24. You are planning to pass a cyclist, but there are strong winds. What should you do?
  25. How can you use your engine to slow down your car?
  26. Front fog lights can only be used when visibility is less than
  27. What is the best course of action when your rear wheels start to skid?
  28. On a motorway, the left-hand lane is used
  29. Why would you need to use chains on tyres?
  30. What is the national speed limit for cars and motorbikes travelling on motorways?
  31. After breaking down unexpectedly on the motorway, you need to use an emergency telephone to call for assistance. How can you find one?
  32. As you are planning to make a right turn at a box junction, you see oncoming traffic. What should you do?
  33. If you see a horse rider in a roundabout, keeping left, the rider is
  34. There are no speed limit signs on the road you are driving on. What would indicate a 30-mph speed limit?
  35. There is an obstruction in your lane, blocking you from moving ahead. What should you do?
  36. While you are stationary and preparing to move at a T-junction, a vehicle on the right is indicating left. What should you do?
  37. On motorways, green reflective studs
  38. You wish to turn right. You have indicated but you want to emphasise a difficult right turn on a road carrying fast-moving traffic. What should you do?
  39. While you are stationary at a level crossing for trains, the red lights continue flashing even though the train has passed. What should you do?
  40. Why should you switch off your indicator after you have completed a turn?
  41. While driving down a motorway, you notice that red lights are flashing in your lane but not in others. You need to
  42. A sign with a large white arrow on a blue background indicates that
  43. At minimum, what type of car insurance must you legally have?
  44. You do NOT need to notify the DVLA if
  45. In order to drive on the road, learner drivers must
  46. You believe that someone involved in a car crash has sustained back injuries. You should
  47. When someone who has been in a collision stops breathing, you need to
  48. At the scene of a crash, someone is suffering from a burn. What should you do?
  49. If your engine catches fire, what should you do?
  50. While you are towing a caravan on the motorway, the caravan begins to snake behind you. What should you do?