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DVLA Driving Test Practice: 2024 Mock Theory Exam

UK driving licenceThis 2024 mock DVLA driving theory test is designed to help you earn your driving licence sooner. Here you can test your knowledge of poor weather conditions, right of way, speed limits, parking, lane usage, and road safety. Give it a try and see if you are ready for the real thing! This test contains 50 multiple-choice questions, each with four possible answers. Each question also includes a hint and an explanation to help better illustrate the rule being tested. Try your best and choose the answers that you think are most complete and correct. Good luck and safe driving!
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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. A pedestrian has just started to cross the road into which you are turning. What should you do?
  2. When you drive in snowy weather, you must
  3. You have parked on the side of a 50-mph (80-km/h) road. Do you need to use your parking lights here?
  4. Which one of the following is true about driving near a bus stop?
  5. You have been drinking, but you are under the legal limit. When will alcohol start to affect your ability to drive?
  6. You see a road with street lighting in a built-up area. What is the speed limit likely to be here?
  7. What should you do before you change lanes?
  8. You are driving a vehicle equipped with an anti-lock braking system (ABS). How should you brake in an emergency?
  9. Your vehicle has broken down on the hard shoulder of the motorway. Where should you wait for help to arrive?
  10. You are driving on icy roads. What can you do to lower your chances of losing control?
  11. Can a vehicle with a top speed of 25 mph (40 km/h) be driven on a dual carriageway?
  12. You see the words "School Keep Clear" near the kerb. Can you stop here?
  13. You are moving off from the kerb. You should NOT
  14. When can you use your hazard warning lights?
  15. On a three-lane dual carriageway, which lane should you use?
  16. Can you wait or park by a kerb bordered by a single yellow line?
  17. You are entering a roundabout. Who has priority unless signs state otherwise?
  18. You have missed your exit on the motorway. What should you do?
  19. You are being overtaken. The overtaking car is having trouble getting back into your lane ahead of you. What should you do?
  20. What special speed limits apply to a car that is towing a caravan or trailer?
  21. You have parked at the roadside. What must you do before you vacate your vehicle?
  22. There has been an accident, and you are first on the scene. What is the first thing you should do?
  23. When are you allowed to drive across a footpath?
  24. Which of the following are true about towing a heavy trailer?
  25. Which of the following are true about a level crossing with user-operated gates?
  26. Who must wear a seat belt?
  27. You are parking a manual car facing uphill next to a kerb. How should you park?
  28. What is the speed limit on motorways, unless signs state otherwise?
  29. You approach a red traffic light at a junction. Where must you stop?
  30. Which of the following is true about zebra crossings?
  31. What should you do after a breakdown on a single carriageway?
  32. Which of the following hazards may occur in hot weather?
  33. Should you use cruise control on a wet or icy road?
  34. When driving on icy roads, you should check your grip on the road surface occasionally. How might you do this?
  35. When must you avoid non-emergency horn usage in a built-up area?
  36. Can you overtake another vehicle by driving on the left?
  37. In slow-moving traffic, how closely should you follow the car ahead?
  38. You are driving on a road with a speed limit of 70 mph (112 km/h). How fast should you drive?
  39. Can you wait, load, unload, or park on the pavement marked by double yellow lines?
  40. What should you do when an ambulance with its lights and sirens approaches you from behind?
  41. You are driving a slow-moving vehicle and there are several cars behind you. What should you do?
  42. When may you leave a stationary vehicle's engine running?
  43. Can you overtake an operating snowplough?
  44. Can you overtake another vehicle by using a bus lane?
  45. What should you do to your brakes after you have driven through deep water?
  46. You must never overtake a cyclist when approaching a
  47. You approach a roadworks area. Are roadwork speed limits enforceable?
  48. Which lane should you use on a two-lane dual carriageway?
  49. You notice an area where the kerb is lowered for easier pedestrian access. Can you park here?
  50. What should you do if you are dazzled by the sun whilst you are driving?