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Road and Traffic Signs

Q1. You MUST obey signs giving orders. These signs are mostly in

A) green rectangles
C) blue rectangles
B) red triangles
D) red circles

Answer: D

Explanation:
There are three basic types of traffic sign, those that warn, inform or give orders. Generally, triangular signs warn, rectangular ones give information or directions, and circular signs usually give orders. An exception is the eight-sided 'STOP' sign.


Q2. Traffic signs giving orders are generally which shape?

heavy winds when driving
A)
driving ahead only
C)
no left turn when driving
B)
keep driving no stopping
D)

Answer: D

Explanation:
Road signs in the shape of a circle give orders. Those with a red circle are mostly prohibitive. The 'stop' sign is octagonal to give it greater prominence. Signs giving orders MUST always be obeyed.


Q3. Which type of sign tells you NOT to do something?

heavy winds when driving
A)
driving ahead only
C)
no left turn when driving
B)
keep driving no stopping
D)

Answer: A

Explanation:
Signs in the shape of a circle give orders. A sign with a red circle means that you aren't allowed to do something. Study Know Your Traffic Signs to ensure that you understand what the different traffic signs mean.


driving lessons 20 mph speed limit

Q4. What does this sign mean?

A) Maximum speed limit with traffic calming
C) '20 cars only' parking zone
B) Minimum speed limit with traffic calming
D) Only 20 cars allowed at any one time

Answer: A

Explanation:
If you're in places where there are likely to be pedestrians such as outside schools, near parks, residential areas and shopping areas, you should be extra-cautious and keep your speed down. Many local authorities have taken measures to slow traffic down by creating traffic calming measures such as speed humps. They are there for a reason; slow down.


Q5. Which sign means no motor vehicles are allowed?

keep driving no stopping
A)
driving national speed limit
C)
no driving vehicle past this point
B)
no overtaking when driving
D)

Answer: B

Explanation:
You would generally see this sign at the approach to a pedestrian-only zone.


Q6. Which of these signs means no motor vehicles?

driving schools sign
A)
driving schools sign
C)
driving schools sign
B)
driving schools sign
D)

Answer: A

Explanation:
If you are driving a motor vehicle or riding a motorcycle you MUST NOT travel past this sign. This area has been designated for use by pedestrians.


end of 20mph driving speed limit

Q7. What does this sign mean?

A) New speed limit 20 mph
C) Minimum speed limit 30 mph
B) No vehicles over 30 tonnes
D) End of 20 mph zone

Answer: D

Explanation:
Where you see this sign the 20 mph restriction ends. Check all around for possible hazards and only increase your speed if it's safe to do so.


no driving motor vehicles beyond this point

Q8. What does this sign mean?

A) No overtaking
C) Clearway (no stopping)
B) No motor vehicles
D) Cars and motorcycles only

Answer: B

Explanation:
A sign will indicate which types of vehicles are prohibited from certain roads. Make sure that you know which signs apply to the vehicle you're using.


no entry driving sign

Q9. What does this sign mean?

A) No parking
C) No through road
B) No road markings
D) No entry

Answer: D

Explanation:
'No entry' signs are used in places such as one-way streets to prevent vehicles driving against the traffic. To ignore one would be dangerous, both for yourself and other road users, as well as being against the law.


no right turns when driving

Q10. What does this sign mean?

A) Bend to the right
C) No traffic from the right
B) Road on the right closed
D) No right turn

Answer: D

Explanation:
The 'no right turn' sign may be used to warn road users that there is a 'no entry' prohibition on a road to the right ahead.


Q11. Which sign means 'no entry'?

no stopping when driving
A)
driving speed limit
C)
driving waiting restrictions
B)
no entry driving sign
D)

Answer: D

Explanation:
Look out for traffic signs. Disobeying or not seeing a sign could be dangerous. It may also be an offence for which you could be prosecuted.


driving route for trams only

Q12. What does this sign mean?

A) Route for trams only
C) Parking for buses only
B) Route for buses only
D) Parking for trams only

Answer: A

Explanation:
Avoid blocking tram routes. Trams are fixed on their route and can't manoeuvre around other vehicles and pedestrians. Modern trams travel quickly and are quiet so you might not hear them approaching.


driving high vehicles height restriciton

Q13. Which type of vehicle does this sign apply to?

A) Wide vehicles
C) High vehicles
B) Long vehicles
D) Heavy vehicles

Answer: C

Explanation:
The triangular shapes above and below the dimensions indicate a height restriction that applies to the road ahead.


Q14. Which sign means NO motor vehicles allowed?

no overtaking when driving
A)
driving schools instruction
C)
no driving motor vehicles
B)
pedestrians careful when on driving lessons
D)

Answer: B

Explanation:
This sign is used to enable pedestrians to walk free from traffic. It's often found in shopping areas.


no overtaking when driving

Q15. What does this sign mean?

A) You have priority
C) Two-way traffic
B) No motor vehicles
D) No overtaking

Answer: D

Explanation:
Road signs that prohibit overtaking are placed in locations where passing the vehicle in front is dangerous. If you see this sign don't attempt to overtake. The sign is there for a reason and you must obey it.


no overtaking when driving

Q16. What does this sign mean?

A) Keep in one lane
C) Do not overtake
B) Give way to oncoming traffic
D) Form two lanes

Answer: C

Explanation:
If you're behind a slow-moving vehicle be patient. Wait until the restriction no longer applies and you can overtake safely.


Q17. Which sign means no overtaking?

driving instructors sign
A)
driving lessons sign
C)
no overtaking when driving
B)
driving in both directions two way traffic
D)

Answer: B

Explanation:
This sign indicates that overtaking here is not allowed and you could face prosecution if you ignore this prohibition.


waiting restrictions apply continue driving

Q18. What does this sign mean?

A) Waiting restrictions apply
C) National speed limit applies
B) Waiting permitted
D) Clearway (no stopping)

Answer: A

Explanation:
There will be a plate or additional sign to tell you when the restrictions apply.


you can now stop driving and park end of restriction

Q19. What does this sign mean?

A) End of restricted speed area
C) End of clearway
B) End of restricted parking area
D) End of cycle route

Answer: B

Explanation:
Even though you have left the restricted area, make sure that you park where you won't endanger other road users or cause an obstruction.


Q20. Which sign means 'no stopping'?

no overtaking when driving
A)
driving speed restriction
C)
no stopping keep on driving
B)
no cars driving beyond this point
D)

Answer: B

Explanation:
Stopping where this clearway restriction applies is likely to cause congestion. Allow the traffic to flow by obeying the signs.


no stopping keep on driving

Q21. What does this sign mean?

A) Roundabout
C) No stopping
B) Crossroads
D) No entry

Answer: C

Explanation:
This sign is in place to ensure a clear route for traffic. Don't stop except in an emergency.


no stopping keep on driving

Q22. You see this sign ahead. It means

A) national speed limit applies
C) no stopping
B) waiting restrictions apply
D) no entry

Answer: C

Explanation:
Clearways are stretches of road where you aren't allowed to stop unless in an emergency. You'll see this sign. Stopping where these restrictions apply may be dangerous and likely to cause an obstruction. Restrictions might apply for several miles and this may be indicated on the sign.


parking in one mile

Q23. What does this sign mean?

A) Distance to parking place ahead
C) Distance to public house ahead
B) Distance to public telephone ahead
D) Distance to passing place ahead

Answer: A

Explanation:
If you intend to stop and rest, this sign allows you time to reduce speed and pull over safely.


vehicles may park fully on the verge

Q24. What does this sign mean?

A) Vehicles may not park on the verge or footway
C) Vehicles may park fully on the verge or footway
B) Vehicles may park on the left-hand side of the road only
D) Vehicles may park on the right-hand side of the road only

Answer: C

Explanation:
In order to keep roads free from parked cars, there are some areas where you're allowed to park on the verge. Only do this where you see the sign. Parking on verges or footways anywhere else could lead to a fine.


give prioity to oncoming cars driving towards you

Q25. What does this traffic sign mean?

A) No overtaking allowed
C) Two way traffic
B) Give priority to oncoming traffic
D) One-way traffic only

Answer: B

Explanation:
Priority signs are normally shown where the road is narrow and there isn't enough room for two vehicles to pass. These can be at narrow bridges, road works and where there's a width restriction. Make sure that you know who has priority, don't force your way through. Show courtesy and consideration to other road users.


priority over oncoming cars driving towards you

Q26. What is the meaning of this traffic sign?

A) End of two-way road
C) You have priority over vehicles coming towards you
B) Give priority to vehicles coming towards you
D) Bus lane ahead

Answer: C

Explanation:
Don't force your way through. Show courtesy and consideration to other road users. Although you have priority, make sure oncoming traffic is going to give way before you continue.


prioity over oncoming cars driving towards you

Q27. What does this sign mean?

A) No overtaking
C) Two-way traffic ahead
B) You are entering a one-way street
D) You have priority over vehicles from the opposite direction

Answer: D

Explanation:
Don't force your way through if oncoming vehicles fail to give way. If necessary, slow down and give way to avoid confrontation or a collision.


Q28. What shape is a STOP sign at a junction?

circle driving lessons sign
A)
rectangle driving lessons sign
C)
triangle driving lessons sign
B)
octagonal driving lessons sign
D)

Answer: D

Explanation:
To make it easy to recognise, the 'stop' sign is the only sign of this shape. You must stop and take effective observation before proceeding.


driving lessons octagonal stop sign

Q29. At a junction you see this sign partly covered by snow. What does it mean?

A) Cross roads
C) Stop
B) Give way
D) Turn right

Answer: C

Explanation:
The STOP sign is the only road sign that is octagonal. This is so that it can be recognised and obeyed even if it is obscured, for example by snow.


driving at the mimimum speed limit

Q30. What does this sign mean?

A) Service area 30 miles ahead
C) Minimum speed 30 mph
B) Maximum speed 30 mph
D) Lay-by 30 miles ahead

Answer: C

Explanation:
This sign is shown where slow-moving vehicles would impede the flow of traffic, for example in tunnels. However, if you need to slow down or even stop to avoid an incident or potential collision, you should do so.


driving past either side to get to the same direction

Q31. What does this sign mean?

A) Give way to oncoming vehicles
C) Turn off at the next available junction
B) Approaching traffic passes you on both sides
D) Pass either side to get to the same destination

Answer: D

Explanation:
These signs are often seen in one-way streets that have more than one lane. When you see this sign, use the route that's the most convenient and doesn't require a late change of direction.


driving route for trams

Q32. What does this sign mean?

A) Route for trams
C) Route for buses
B) Give way to trams
D) Give way to buses

Answer: A

Explanation:
Take extra care when you encounter trams. Look out for road markings and signs that alert you to them. Modern trams are very quiet and you may not hear them approaching.


give a driving instruction sign

Q33. What does a circular traffic sign with a blue background do?

A) Give warning of a motorway ahead
C) Give motorway information
B) Give directions to a car park
D) Give an instruction

Answer: D

Explanation:
Signs with blue circles give a positive instruction. These are often found in urban areas and include signs for mini-roundabouts and directional arrows.


Q34. Where would you see a contraflow bus and cycle lane?

A) Traffic going straight on
C) Nobody
B) Traffic turning right
D)Traffic turning left

Answer: D

Explanation:
In a contraflow lane the traffic permitted to use it travels in the opposite direction to traffic in the other lanes on the road.


driving schools sign

Q35. What does this sign mean?

A) Bus station on the right
C) With-flow bus lane
B) Contraflow bus lane
D) Give way to buses

Answer: B

Explanation:
There will also be markings on the road surface to indicate the bus lane. You must not use this lane for parking or overtaking.


driving attraction signs

Q36. What does a sign with a brown background show?

A) Tourist directions
C) Motorway routes
B) Primary roads
D) Minor routes

Answer: A

Explanation:
Signs with a brown background give directions to places of interest. They will often be seen on a motorway directing you along the easiest route to the attraction.


tourist attraction for people driving places

Q37. This sign means

A) tourist attraction
C) level crossing
B) beware of trains
D) beware of trams

Answer: A

Explanation:
These signs indicate places of interest and are designed to guide you by the easiest route. They are particularly useful if you are unfamiliar with the area.


driving warning signs

Q38. What are triangular signs for?

A) To give warnings
C) To give orders
B) To give information
D) To give directions

Answer: A

Explanation:
This type of sign will warn you of hazards ahead. Make sure you look at each sign that you pass on the road, so that you do not miss any vital instructions or information.


driving t junction sign

Q39. What does this sign mean?

A) Turn left ahead
C) No through road
B) T-junction
D) Give way

Answer: B

Explanation:
This type of sign will warn you of hazards ahead. Make sure you look at each sign and road markings that you pass, so that you do not miss any vital instructions or information. This particular sign shows there is a T-junction with priority over vehicles from the right.


careful when driving risk of ice

Q40. What does this sign mean?

A) Multi-exit roundabout
C) Six roads converge
B) Risk of ice
D) Place of historical interest

Answer: B

Explanation:
It will take up to ten times longer to stop when it's icy. Where there is a risk of icy conditions you need to be aware of this and take extra care. If you think the road may be icy, don't brake or steer harshly as your tyres could lose their grip on the road.


driving approaching a crossroads

Q41. What does this sign mean?

A) Crossroads
C) Level crossing without gate
B) Level crossing with gate
D) Ahead only

Answer: A

Explanation:
The priority through the junction is shown by the broader line. You need to be aware of the hazard posed by traffic crossing or pulling out onto a major road.


driving up to a roundabout

Q42. What does this sign mean?

A) Ring road
C) No vehicles
B) Mini-roundabout
D) Roundabout

Answer: D

Explanation:
As you approach a roundabout look well ahead and check all signs. Decide which exit you wish to take and move into the correct position as you approach the roundabout, signalling as required.


warning indication when driving

Q43. Which FOUR of these would be indicated by a triangular road sign?

A) Road narrows
D) Minimum speed
B) Ahead only
E) Children crossing
C) Low bridge
F) T-junction

Answer: A, C, E and F

Explanation:
Warning signs are there to make you aware of potential hazards on the road ahead. Act on the signs so you are prepared and can take whatever action is necessary.


warning to people driving cycle route ahead

Q44. What does this sign mean?

A) Cyclists must dismount
C) Cycle route ahead
B) Cycles are not allowed
D) Cycle in single file

Answer: C

Explanation:
Where there's a cycle route ahead, a sign will show a bicycle in a red warning triangle. Watch out for children on bicycles and cyclists rejoining the main road.


Q45. Which sign means that pedestrians may be walking along the road?

pedestrians careful when driving
A)
driving on approach to a pedestrian crossing
C)
elderly people
B)
driving school crossing
D)

Answer: A

Explanation:
When you pass pedestrians in the road, leave plenty of room. You might have to use the right-hand side of the road, so look well ahead, as well as in your mirrors, before pulling out. Take great care if there is a bend in the road obscuring your view ahead.


Q46. Which of these signs means there is a double bend ahead?

deviation driving sign
A)
bends to the right
C)
driving into sharp bends ahead
B)
bend to the left
D)

Answer: B

Explanation:
Triangular signs give you a warning of hazards ahead. They are there to give you time to prepare for the hazard, for example by adjusting your speed.


give way to trams driving

Q47. What does this sign mean?

A) Wait at the barriers
C) Give way to trams
B) Wait at the crossroads
D) Give way to farm vehicles

Answer: C

Explanation:
Obey the 'give way' signs. Trams are unable to steer around you if you misjudge when it is safe to enter the junction.


driving accross humps in the road

Q48. What does this sign mean?

A) Humpback bridge
C) Entrance to tunnel
B) Humps in the road
D) Soft verges

Answer: B

Explanation:
These have been put in place to slow the traffic down. They're usually found in residential areas. Slow down to an appropriate speed.


Q49. Which of these signs means the end of a dual carriageway?

driving instructors sign
A)
driving tuition sign
C)
driving lessons sign
B)
driving courses sign
D)

Answer: D

Explanation:
If you're overtaking make sure you move back safely into the left-hand lane before you reach the end of the dual carriageway.


driving into a single carriageway

Q50. What does this sign mean?

A) End of dual carriageway
C) Road narrows
B) Tall bridge
D) End of narrow bridge

Answer: A

Explanation:
Don't leave moving into the left-hand lane until the last moment. Plan ahead and don't rely on other traffic letting you in.


driving into wind

Q51. What does this sign mean?

A) Crosswinds
C) Airport
B) Road noise
D) Adverse camber

Answer: A

Explanation:
A warning sign with a picture of a windsock will indicate there may be strong crosswinds. This sign is often found on exposed roads.


danger ahead

Q52. What does this traffic sign mean?

A) Slippery road ahead
C) Danger ahead
B) Tyres liable to punctures ahead
D) Service area ahead

Answer: C

Explanation:
This sign is there to alert you to the likelihood of danger ahead. It may be accompanied by a plate indicating the type of hazard. Be ready to reduce your speed and take avoiding action.


hold back until you can see clearly ahead when driving

Q53. You are about to overtake when you see this sign. You should

A) overtake the other driver as quickly as possible
C) switch your headlights on before overtaking
B) move to the right to get a better view
D) hold back until you can see clearly ahead

Answer: D

Explanation:
You won't be able to see any hazards that might be hidden in the dip. As well as oncoming traffic the dip may conceal• cyclists• horse riders• parked vehicles• pedestrians in the road.


level crossing careful when giving driving tuition

Q54. What does this sign mean?

A) Level crossing with gate or barrier
C) Level crossing without gate or barrier
B) Gated road ahead
D) Cattle grid ahead

Answer: A

Explanation:
Some crossings have gates but no attendant or signals. You should stop, look both ways, listen and make sure that there is no train approaching. If there is a telephone, contact the signal operator to make sure that it's safe to cross.


trams driving accross ahead

Q55. What does this sign mean?

A) No trams ahead
C) Trams crossing ahead
B) Oncoming trams
D) Trams only

Answer: C

Explanation:
This sign warns you to beware of trams. If you don't usually drive in a town where there are trams, remember to look out for them at junctions and look for tram rails, signs and signals.


driving check brakes steep downhill

Q56. What does this sign mean?

A) Adverse camber
C) Uneven road
B) Steep hill downwards
D) Steep hill upwards

Answer: B

Explanation:
This sign will give you an early warning that the road ahead will slope downhill. Prepare to alter your speed and gear. Looking at the sign from left to right will show you whether the road slopes uphill or downhill.


ford

Q57. What does this sign mean?

A) Uneven road surface
C) Road ahead ends
B) Bridge over the road
D) Water across the road

Answer: D

Explanation:
This sign is found where a shallow stream crosses the road. Heavy rainfall could increase the flow of water. If the water looks too deep or the stream has spread over a large distance, stop and find another route.


dead end to the left when driving

Q58. What does this sign mean?

A) Turn left for parking area
C) No entry for traffic turning left
B) No through road on the left
D) Turn left for ferry terminal

Answer: B

Explanation:
If you intend to take a left turn, this sign shows you that you can't get through to another route using the left-turn junction ahead.


driving schools dead end signal

Q59. What does this sign mean?

A) T-junction
C) Telephone box ahead
B) No through road
D) Toilet ahead

Answer: B

Explanation:
You will not be able to find a through route to another road. Use this road only for access.


Q60. Which sign means 'no through road'?

driving lessons priority given to oncoming vehicles
A)
driving lessons dead end signal
C)
driving lessons no vehicles indication
B)
driving lessons priority over oncoming vehicles
D)

Answer: C

Explanation:
This sign is found at the entrance to a road that can only be used for access.


Q61. Which is the sign for a ring road?

mini roudabout driving schools sign
A)
ring road driving siganl
C)
roundabout driving schools sign
B)
no stopping driving signal
D)

Answer: C

Explanation:
Ring roads are designed to relieve congestion in towns and city centres.


driving course has changed right lane blocked

Q62. What does this sign mean?

A) The right-hand lane ahead is narrow
C) Right-hand lane for turning right
B) Right-hand lane for buses only
D) The right-hand lane is closed

Answer: D

Explanation:
Yellow and black temporary signs may be used to inform you of roadworks or lane restrictions. Look well ahead. If you have to change lanes, do so in good time. .


driving lessons contraflow system

Q63. What does this sign mean?

A) Change to the left lane
C) Contraflow system
B) Leave at the next exit
D) One-way street

Answer: C

Explanation:
If you use the right-hand lane in a contraflow system, you'll be travelling with no permanent barrier between you and the oncoming traffic. Observe speed limits and keep a good distance from the vehicle ahead.


driving lane for heavy and slow moving vehicles

Q64. What does this sign mean?

A) Leave motorway at next exit
C) All lorries use the hard shoulder
B) Lane for heavy and slow vehicles
D) Rest area for lorries

Answer: B

Explanation:
Where there's a long, steep, uphill gradient on a motorway, a crawler lane may be provided. This helps the traffic to flow by diverting the slower heavy vehicles into a dedicated lane on the left.


driving instructors traffic signals

Q65. A red traffic light means

A) you should stop unless turning left
C) you must stop and wait behind the stop line
B) stop, if you are able to brake safely
D) proceed with caution

Answer: C

Explanation:
Make sure you learn and understand the sequence of traffic lights. Whatever light appears you will then know what light is going to appear next and be able to take the appropriate action. For example if amber is showing on its own you'll know that red will appear next, giving you ample time to slow and stop safely.


driving instructors traffic signals

Q66. At traffic lights, amber on its own means

A) prepare to go
C) go if no pedestrians are crossing
B) go if the way is clear
D) stop at the stop line

Answer: D

Explanation:
When amber is showing on its own red will appear next. The amber light means STOP, unless you have already crossed the stop line or you are so close to it that pulling up might cause a collision.


driving traffic signals

Q67. You are at a junction controlled by traffic lights. When should you NOT proceed at green?

A) When pedestrians are waiting to cross
C) When you think the lights may be about to change
B) When your exit from the junction is blocked
D) When you intend to turn right

Answer: B

Explanation:
As you approach the lights look into the road you wish to take. Only proceed if your exit road is clear. If the road is blocked hold back, even if you have to wait for the next green signal.


Q68. You are in the left-hand lane at traffic lights. You are waiting to turn left. At which of these traffic lights must you NOT move on?

driving instructors signal
A)
driving instructors signal
C)
driving instructors signals
B)
driving instructors signal
D)

Answer: A

Explanation:
At some junctions there may be a separate signal for different lanes. These are called 'filter' lights. They're designed to help traffic flow at major junctions. Make sure that you're in the correct lane and proceed if the way is clear and the green light shows for your lane.


traffic lights out of order driving sign

Q69. What does this sign mean?

A) Traffic lights out of order
C) Temporary traffic lights ahead
B) Amber signal out of order
D) New traffic lights ahead

Answer: A

Explanation:
Where traffic lights are out of order you might see this sign. Proceed with caution as nobody has priority at the junction.


Q70. When traffic lights are out of order, who has priority?


A) On a dual carriageway
C) On an urban motorway
B) On a roundabout
D) On a one-way street

Answer: C

Explanation:
When traffic lights are out of order you should treat the junction as an unmarked crossroads. Be cautious as you may need to give way or stop. Keep a look out for traffic attempting to cross the junction at speed.


stop signals when driving

Q71. These flashing red lights mean STOP. In which THREE of the following places could you find them?

A) Pelican crossings
C) Level crossings
B) Lifting bridges
E) Motorway exits
B) Zebra crossings
F) Fire stations

Answer: B, D and F

Explanation:
You must always stop when the red lights are flashing, whether or not the way seems to be clear.


no parking at any time when driving

Q72. What do these zigzag lines at pedestrian crossings mean?

A) No parking at any time
C) Slow down to 20 mph
B) Parking allowed only for a short time
D) Sounding horns is not allowed

Answer: A

Explanation:
The approach to, and exit from, a pedestrian crossing is marked with zigzag lines. You must not park on them or overtake the leading vehicle when approaching the crossing. Parking here would block the view for pedestrians and the approaching traffic.


driving schools sign

Q73. When may you cross a double solid white line in the middle of the road?

A) To pass traffic that is queuing back at a junction
C) To pass a road maintenance vehicle travelling at 10 mph or less
B) To pass a car signalling to turn left ahead
D) To pass a vehicle that is towing a trailer

Answer: C

Explanation:
You may cross the solid white line to pass a stationary vehicle, pedal cycle, horse or road maintenance vehicle if they are travelling at 10 mph or less. You may also cross the solid line to enter into a side road or access a property.


driving approaching a hazard sign

Q74. What does this road marking mean?

A) Do not cross the line
C) You are approaching a hazard
B) No stopping allowed
D) No overtaking allowed

Answer: C

Explanation:
Road markings will warn you of a hazard ahead. A single, broken line along the centre of the road, with long markings and short gaps, is a hazard warning line. Don't cross it unless you can see that the road is clear well ahead.


driving schools road hump instruction

Q75. Where would you see this road marking?

A) At traffic lights
C) Near a level crossing
B) On road humps
D) At a box junction

Answer: B

Explanation:
Due to the dark colour of the road, changes in level aren't easily seen. White triangles painted on the road surface give you an indication of where there are road humps.


Q76. Which is a hazard warning line?

driving lessons sign
A)
driving lessons sign
C)
driving lessons sign
B)
driving lessons sign
D)

Answer: A

Explanation:
You need to know the difference between the normal centre line and a hazard warning line. If there is a hazard ahead, the markings are longer and the gaps shorter. This gives you advanced warning of an unspecified hazard ahead.


driving lessons stop instruction

Q77. At this junction there is a stop sign with a solid white line on the road surface. Why is there a stop sign here?

A) Speed on the major road is de-restricted
C) Visibility along the major road is restricted
B) It is a busy junction
D) There are hazard warning lines in the centre of the road

Answer: C

Explanation:
If your view is restricted at a road junction you must stop. There may also be a 'stop' sign. Don't emerge until you're sure there's no traffic approaching. IF YOU DON'T KNOW, DON'T GO.


driving lessons sign

Q78. You see this line across the road at the entrance to a roundabout. What does it mean?

A) Give way to traffic from the right
C) You have right of way
B) Traffic from the left has right of way
D) Stop at the line

Answer: A

Explanation:
Slow down as you approach the roundabout and check for traffic from the right. If you need to stop and give way, stay behind the broken line until it is safe to emerge onto the roundabout.


Q79. How will a police officer in a patrol vehicle normally get you to stop?

A) Flash the headlights, indicate left and point to the left
C) Use the siren, overtake, cut in front and stop
B) Wait until you stop, then approach you
D) Pull alongside you, use the siren and wave you to stop

Answer: A

Explanation:
You must obey signals given by the police. If a police officer in a patrol vehicle wants you to pull over they will indicate this without causing danger to you or other traffic.


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Q80. You approach a junction. The traffic lights are not working. A police officer gives this signal. You should

A) turn left only
C) stop level with the officer's arm
B) turn right only
D) stop at the stop line

Answer: D

Explanation:
If a police officer or traffic warden is directing traffic you must obey them. They will use the arm signals shown in The Highway Code. Learn what these mean and act accordingly.


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Q81. The driver of the car in front is giving this arm signal. What does it mean?

A) The driver is slowing down
C) The driver wishes to overtake
B) The driver intends to turn right
D) The driver intends to turn left

Answer: D

Explanation:
There might be an occasion where another driver uses an arm signal. This may be because the vehicle's indicators are obscured by other traffic. In order for such signals to be effective all drivers should know the meaning of them. Be aware that the 'left turn' signal might look similar to the 'slowing down' signal.


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Q82. Where would you see these road markings?

A) At a level crossing
C) At a pedestrian crossing
B) On a motorway slip road
D) On a single-track road

Answer: B

Explanation:
When driving on a motorway or slip road, you must not enter into an area marked with chevrons and bordered by a solid white line for any reason, except in an emergency.


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Q83. What does this motorway sign mean?

A) Change to the lane on your left
C) Change to the opposite carriageway
B) Leave the motorway at the next exit
D) Pull up on the hard shoulder

Answer: A

Explanation:
On the motorway, signs sometimes show temporary warnings due to traffic or weather conditions. They may be used to indicate• lane closures• temporary speed limits• weather warnings.


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Q84. What does this motorway sign mean?

A) Temporary minimum speed 50 mph
C) Obstruction 50 metres (164 feet) ahead
B) No services for 50 miles
D) Temporary maximum speed 50 mph

Answer: D

Explanation:
Look out for signs above your lane or on the central reservation. These will give you important information or warnings about the road ahead. Due to the high speed of motorway traffic these signs may light up some distance from any hazard. Don't ignore the signs just because the road looks clear to you.


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Q85. What does this sign mean?

A) Through traffic to use left lane
C) Right-hand lane closed ahead
B) Right-hand lane T-junction only
D) 11 tonne weight limit

Answer: C

Explanation:
You should move into the lanes as directed by the sign. Here the right-hand lane is closed and the left-hand and centre lanes are available. Merging in turn is recommended when it's safe and traffic is going slowly, for example at road works or a road traffic incident. When vehicles are travelling at speed this is not advisable and you should move into the appropriate lane in good time.


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Q86. On a motorway this sign means

A) move over onto the hard shoulder
C) leave the motorway at the next exit
B) overtaking on the left only
D) move to the lane on your left

Answer: D

Explanation:
It is important to know and obey temporary signs on the motorway: they are there for a reason. You may not be able to see the hazard straight away, as the signs give warnings well in advance, due to the speed of traffic on the motorway.


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Q87. What does '25' mean on this motorway sign?

A) The distance to the nearest town
C) The number of the next junction
B) The route number of the road
D) The speed limit on the slip road

Answer: C

Explanation:
Before you set out on your journey use a road map to plan your route. When you see advance warning of your junction, make sure you get into the correct lane in plenty of time. Last-minute harsh braking and cutting across lanes at speed is extremely hazardous.


Q88. The right-hand lane of a three-lane motorway is

A) for lorries only
C) the right-turn lane
B) an overtaking lane
D) an acceleration lane

Answer: B

Explanation:
You should stay in the left-hand lane of a motorway unless overtaking. The right-hand lane of a motorway is an overtaking lane and not a 'fast lane'.After overtaking, move back to the left when it is safe to do so.


Q89. Where can you find reflective amber studs on a motorway?

A) Separating the slip road from the motorway
C) On the right-hand edge of the road
B) On the left-hand edge of the road
D) Separating the lanes

Answer: C

Explanation:
At night or in poor visibility reflective studs on the road help you to judge your position on the carriageway.


Q90. Where on a motorway would you find green reflective studs?

A) Separating driving lanes
C) At slip road entrances and exits
B) Between the hard shoulder and the carriageway
D) Between the carriageway and the central reservation

Answer: C

Explanation:
Knowing the colours of the reflective studs on the road will help you judge your position, especially at night, in foggy conditions or when visibility is poor.


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Q91. You are travelling along a motorway. You see this sign. You should

A) leave the motorway at the next exit
C) change lane
B) turn left immediately
D) move onto the hard shoulder

Answer: A

Explanation:
You'll see this sign if the motorway is closed ahead. Pull into the nearside lane as soon as it is safe to do so. Don't leave it to the last moment.


end of motorway

Q92. What does this sign mean?

A) No motor vehicles
C) No through road
B) End of motorway
D) End of bus lane

Answer: B

Explanation:
When you leave the motorway make sure that you check your speedometer. You may be going faster than you realise. Slow down and look out for speed limit signs.


Q93. Which of these signs means that the national speed limit applies?

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A)
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C)
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B)
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D)

Answer: D

Explanation:
You should know the speed limit for the road on which you are travelling, and the vehicle that you are driving. The different speed limits are shown in The Highway Code.


Q94. What is the maximum speed on a single carriageway road?

A) 50 mph
C) 40 mph
B) 60 mph
D) 70 mph

Answer: B

Explanation:
If you're travelling on a dual carriageway that becomes a single carriageway road, reduce your speed gradually so that you aren't exceeding the limit as you enter. There might not be a sign to remind you of the limit, so make sure you know what the speed limits are for different types of roads and vehicles.


end of driving restriction

Q95. What does this sign mean?

A) End of motorway
C) Lane ends ahead
B) End of restriction
D) Free recovery ends

Answer: B

Explanation:
Temporary restrictions on motorways are shown on signs which have flashing amber lights. At the end of the restriction you will see this sign without any flashing lights.


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Q96. This sign is advising you to

A) follow the route diversion
C) give way to pedestrians
B) follow the signs to the picnic area
D) give way to cyclists

Answer: A

Explanation:
When a diversion route has been put in place, drivers are advised to follow a symbol which may be a triangle, square, circle or diamond shape on a yellow background.


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Q97. Why would this temporary speed limit sign be shown?

A) To warn of the end of the motorway
C) To warn you of a junction ahead
B) To warn you of a low bridge
D) To warn of road works ahead

Answer: D

Explanation:
In the interests of road safety, temporary speed limits are imposed at all major road works. Signs like this, giving advanced warning of the speed limit, are normally placed about three quarters of a mile ahead of where the speed limit comes into force.


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Q98. This traffic sign means there is

A) a compulsory maximum speed limit
C) a compulsory minimum speed limit
B) an advisory maximum speed limit
D) an advised separation distance

Answer: A

Explanation:
The sign gives you an early warning of a speed restriction. If you are travelling at a higher speed, slow down in good time. You could come across queuing traffic due to roadworks or a temporary obstruction.


carry on driving with great care

Q99. You see this sign at a crossroads. You should

A) maintain the same speed
C) find another route
B) carry on with great care
D) telephone the police

Answer: B

Explanation:
When traffic lights are out of order treat the junction as an unmarked crossroad. Be very careful as no one has priority and be prepared to stop.


Q100. You are signalling to turn right in busy traffic. How would you confirm your intention safely?

A) Sound the horn
C) Flash your headlights
B) Give an arm signal
D) Position over the centre line

Answer: B

Explanation:
In some situations you may feel your indicators cannot be seen by other road users. If you think you need to make your intention more clearly seen, give the arm signal shown in The Highway Code.


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Q101. What does this sign mean?

A) Motorcycles only
C) Cars only
B) No cars
D) No motorcycles

Answer: D

Explanation:
You must comply with all traffic signs and be especially aware of those signs which apply specifically to the type of vehicle you are using.


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Q102. You are on a motorway. You see this sign on a lorry that has stopped in the right-hand lane. You should

A) move into the right-hand lane
C) pass the lorry on the left
B) stop behind the flashing lights
D) leave the motorway at the next exit

Answer: C

Explanation:
Sometimes work is carried out on the motorway without closing the lanes. When this happens, signs are mounted on the back of lorries to warn other road users of roadworks ahead.


Q103. You are on a motorway. Red flashing lights appear above your lane only. What should you do?

A) Continue in that lane and look for further information
C) Pull onto the hard shoulder
B) Move into another lane in good time
D) Stop and wait for an instruction to proceed

Answer: B

Explanation:
Flashing red lights above your lane show that your lane is closed. You should move into another lane as soon as you can do so safely.


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Q104. A red traffic light means

A) you must stop behind the white stop line
C) you may turn left if it is safe to do so
B) you may go straight on if there is no other traffic
D) you must slow down and prepare to stop if traffic has started to cross

Answer: A

Explanation:
The white line is generally positioned so that pedestrians have room to cross in front of waiting traffic. Don't move off while pedestrians are crossing, even if the lights change to green.


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Q105. The driver of this car is giving an arm signal. What are they about to do?

A) Turn to the right
C) Go straight ahead
B) Turn to the left
D) Let pedestrians cross

Answer: B

Explanation:
In some situations drivers may need to give arm signals, in addition to indicators, to make their intentions clear. For arm signals to be effective, all road users should know their meaning.


Q106. When may you sound the horn?

A) To give you right of way
C) To warn others of your presence
B) To attract a friend's attention
D) To make slower drivers move over

Answer: C

Explanation:
Never sound the horn aggressively. You MUST NOT sound it when driving in a built-up area between 11.30 pm and 7.00 am or when you are stationary, an exception to this is when another road user poses a danger. Do not scare animals by sounding your horn.


Q107. You must not use your horn when you are stationary

A) unless a moving vehicle may cause you danger
C) unless it is used only briefly
B) at any time whatsoever
D) except for signalling that you have just arrived

Answer: A

Explanation:
When stationary only sound your horn if you think there is a risk of danger from another road user. Don't use it just to attract someone's attention. This causes unnecessary noise and could be misleading.


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Q108. What does this sign mean?

A) You can park on the days and times shown
C) No parking at all from Monday to Friday
B) No parking on the days and times shown
D) End of the urban clearway restrictions

Answer: B

Explanation:
Urban clearways are provided to keep traffic flowing at busy times. You may stop only briefly to set down or pick up passengers. Times of operation will vary from place to place so always check the signs.


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Q109. What does this sign mean?

A) Quayside or river bank
C) Uneven road surface
B) Steep hill downwards
D) Road liable to flooding

Answer: A

Explanation:
You should be careful in these locations as the road surface is likely to be wet and slippery. There may be a steep drop to the water, and there may not be a barrier along the edge of the road.


Q110. Which sign means you have priority over oncoming vehicles?

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A)
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C)
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B)
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D)

Answer: C

Explanation:
Even though you have priority, be prepared to give way if other drivers don't. This will help to avoid congestion, confrontation or even a collision.


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Q111. A white line like this along the centre of the road is a

A) bus lane marking
C) give way marking
B) hazard warning
D) lane marking

Answer: B

Explanation:
The centre of the road is usually marked by a broken white line, with lines that are shorter than the gaps. When the lines become longer than the gaps this is a hazard warning line. Look well ahead for these, especially when you are planning to overtake or turn off.


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Q112. What is the reason for the yellow criss-cross lines painted on the road here?

A) To mark out an area for trams only
C) To mark the entrance lane to a car park
B) To prevent queuing traffic from blocking the junction on the left
D) To warn you of the tram lines crossing the road

Answer: B

Explanation:
Yellow 'box junctions' like this are often used where it's busy. Their purpose is to keep the junction clear for crossing traffic. Don't enter the painted area unless your exit is clear. The exception to this is when you are turning right and are only prevented from doing so by oncoming traffic or by other vehicles waiting to turn right.


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Q113. What is the reason for the area marked in red and white along the centre of this road?

A) It is to separate traffic flowing in opposite directions
C) It is a temporary marking to warn of the roadworks
B) It marks an area to be used by overtaking motorcyclists
D) It is separating the two sides of the dual carriageway

Answer: A

Explanation:
Areas of 'hatched markings' such as these are to separate traffic streams which could be a danger to each other. They are often seen on bends or where the road becomes narrow. If the area is bordered by a solid white line, you must not enter it except in an emergency.


Q114. Other drivers may sometimes flash their headlights at you. In which situation are they allowed to do this?

A) To warn of a radar speed trap ahead
C) To warn you of their presence
B) To show that they are giving way to you
D) To let you know there is a fault with your vehicle

Answer: C

Explanation:
If other drivers flash their headlights this isn't a signal to show priority. The flashing of headlights has the same meaning as sounding the horn, it's a warning of their presence.


Q115. In some narrow residential streets you may find a speed limit of

A) 20 mph
C) 35 mph
B) 25 mph
D) 40 mph

Answer: A

Explanation:
In some built-up areas, you may find the speed limit reduced to 20 mph. Driving at a slower speed will help give you the time and space to see and deal safely with hazards such as pedestrians and parked cars.


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Q116. At a junction you see this signal. It means

A) cars must stop
C) both trams and cars must stop
B) trams must stop
D) both trams and cars can continue

Answer: B

Explanation:
The white light shows that trams must stop, but the green light shows that other vehicles may go if the way is clear. You may not live in an area where there are trams but you should still learn the signs. You never know when you may go to a town with trams.


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Q117. Where would you find these road markings?

A) At a railway crossing
C) On a motorway
B) At a junction
D) On a pedestrian crossing

Answer: B

Explanation:
These markings show the direction in which the traffic should go at a mini-roundabout.


Q118. There is a police car following you. The police officer flashes the headlights and points to the left. What should you do?

A) Turn left at the next junction
C) Stop immediately
B) Pull up on the left
D) Move over to the left

Answer: B

Explanation:
You must pull up on the left as soon as it's safe to do so and switch off your engine.


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Q119. You see this amber traffic light ahead. Which light or lights, will come on next?

A) Red alone
C) Green and amber together
B) Red and amber together
D) Green alone

Answer: A

Explanation:
At junctions controlled by traffic lights you must stop behind the white line until the lights change to green. Red and amber lights showing together also mean stop.You may proceed when the light is green unless your exit road is blocked or pedestrians are crossing in front of you.If you're approaching traffic lights that are visible from a distance and the light has been green for some time they are likely to change. Be ready to slow down and stop.


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Q120. This broken white line painted in the centre of the road means

A) oncoming vehicles have priority over you
C) there is a hazard ahead of you
B) you should give priority to oncoming vehicles
D) the area is a national speed limit zone

Answer: C

Explanation:
A long white line with short gaps means that you are approaching a hazard. If you do need to cross it, make sure that the road is clear well ahead.


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Q121. You see this signal overhead on the motorway. What does it mean?

A) Leave the motorway at the next exit
C) Sharp bend to the left ahead
B) All vehicles use the hard shoulder
D) Stop, all lanes ahead closed

Answer: A

Explanation:
You will see this sign if there has been an incident ahead and the motorway is closed. You MUST obey the sign. Make sure that you prepare to leave as soon as you see the warning sign. Don't pull over at the last moment or cut across other traffic.


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Q122. What is the purpose of these yellow criss-cross lines on the road?

A) To make you more aware of the traffic lights
C) To prevent the junction becoming blocked
B) To guide you into position as you turn
D) To show you where to stop when the lights change

Answer: C

Explanation:
You MUST NOT enter a box junction until your exit road or lane is clear. The exception to this is if you want to turn right and are only prevented from doing so by oncoming traffic or by other vehicles waiting to turn right.


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Q123. What MUST you do when you see this sign?

A) Stop, only if traffic is approaching
C) Stop, only if children are waiting to cross
B) Stop, even if the road is clear
D) Stop, only if a red light is showing

Answer: B

Explanation:
STOP signs are situated at junctions where visibility is restricted or there is heavy traffic. They MUST be obeyed. You MUST stop.Take good all-round observation before moving off.


Q124. Which shape is used for a 'give way' sign?

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A)
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C)
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B)
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D)

Answer: D

Explanation:
Other warning signs are the same shape and colour, but the 'give way' sign triangle points downwards. When you see this sign you MUST give way to traffic on the road which you are about to enter.


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Q125. What does this sign mean?

A) Buses turning
C) Mini-roundabout
B) Ring road
D) Keep right

Answer: C

Explanation:
When you see this sign, look out for any direction signs and judge whether you need to signal your intentions. Do this in good time so that other road users approaching the roundabout know what you're planning to do.


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Q126. What does this sign mean?

A) Two-way traffic straight ahead
C) Two-way traffic over a bridge
B) Two-way traffic crosses a one-way road
D) Two-way traffic crosses a two-way road

Answer: B

Explanation:
Be prepared for traffic approaching from junctions on either side of you. Try to avoid unnecessary changing of lanes just before the junction.


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Q127. What does this sign mean?

A) Two-way traffic ahead across a one-way road
C) Two-way traffic straight ahead
B) Traffic approaching you has priority
D) Motorway contraflow system ahead

Answer: C

Explanation:
This sign may be at the end of a dual carriageway or a one-way street. It is there to warn you of oncoming traffic.


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Q128. What does this sign mean?

A) Hump-back bridge
C) Low bridge
B) Traffic calming hump
D) Uneven road

Answer: A

Explanation:
You will need to slow down. At humpback bridges your view ahead will be restricted and the road will often be narrow on the bridge. If the bridge is very steep or your view is restricted sound your horn to warn others of your approach. Going too fast over the bridge is highly dangerous to other road users and could even cause your wheels to leave the road, with a resulting loss of control.


Q129. Which of the following signs informs you that you are coming to a 'no through road'?

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A)
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C)
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B)
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D)

Answer: C

Explanation:
This sign is found at the entrance to a road that can only be used for access.


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Q130. What does this sign mean?

A) Direction to park-and-ride car park
C) Directions to bus and coach park
B) No parking for buses or coaches
D) Parking area for cars and coaches

Answer: A

Explanation:
To ease the congestion in town centres, some cities and towns provide park-and-ride schemes. These allow you to park in a designated area and ride by bus into the centre. Park-and-ride schemes are usually cheaper and easier than car parking in the town centre.


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Q131. You are approaching traffic lights. Red and amber are showing. This means

A) pass the lights if the road is clear
C) wait for the green light before you cross the stop line
B) there is a fault with the lights – take care
D) the lights are about to change to red

Answer: C

Explanation:
Be aware that other traffic might still be clearing the junction. Make sure the way is clear before continuing.


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Q132. This marking appears on the road just before a

A) 'no entry' sign
C) 'stop' sign
B) 'give way' sign
D) 'no through road' sign

Answer: B

Explanation:
Where you see this road marking you should give way to traffic on the main road. It might not be used at junctions where there is relatively little traffic. However, if there is a double broken line across the junction the 'give way' rules still apply.


Q133. At a railway level crossing the red light signal continues to flash after a train has gone by. What should you do?

A) Phone the signal operator
C) Wait
B) Alert drivers behind you
D) Proceed with caution

Answer: C

Explanation:
You MUST always obey red flashing stop lights. If a train passes but the lights continue to flash, another train will be passing soon. Cross only when the lights go off and the barriers open.


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Q134. You are in a tunnel and you see this sign. What does it mean?

A) Direction to emergency pedestrian exit
C) No access for pedestrians
B) Beware of pedestrians, no footpath ahead
D) Beware of pedestrians crossing ahead

Answer: A

Explanation:
If you have to leave your vehicle in a tunnel and leave by an emergency exit, do so as quickly as you can. Follow the signs directing you to the nearest exit point. If there are several people using the exit, don't panic but try to leave in a calm and orderly manner.


Q135. Which of these signs shows that you are entering a one-way system?

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A)
when driving priority to oncoming traffic
C)
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B)
when driving right of wayover oncoming traffic
D)

Answer: B

Explanation:
If the road has two lanes you can use either lane and overtake on either side. Use the lane that's more convenient for your destination unless signs or road markings indicate otherwise.


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Q136. What does this sign mean?

A) With-flow bus and cycle lane
C) No buses and cycles allowed
B) Contraflow bus and cycle lane
D) No waiting for buses and cycles

Answer: A

Explanation:
Buses and cycles can travel in this lane. In this case they will flow in the same direction as other traffic. If it's busy they may be passing you on the left, so watch out for them. Times on the sign will show its hours of operation. No times shown, or no sign at all, means it's 24 hours. In some areas other vehicles, such as taxis and motorcycles, are allowed to use bus lanes. The sign will show these.


Q137. Which of these signs warns you of a zebra crossing?

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A)
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C)
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B)
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D)

Answer: A

Explanation:
Look well ahead and check the pavements and surrounding areas for pedestrians. Look for anyone walking towards the crossing. Check your mirrors for traffic behind, in case you have to slow down or stop.


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Q138. What does this sign mean?

A) No footpath
C) Zebra crossing
B) No pedestrians
D) School crossing

Answer: C

Explanation:
You need to be aware of the various signs that relate to pedestrians. Some of the signs look similar but have very different meanings. Make sure you know what they all mean and be ready for any potential hazard.


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Q139. What does this sign mean?

A) School crossing patrol
C) Pedestrian zone – no vehicles
B) No pedestrians allowed
D) Zebra crossing ahead

Answer: D

Explanation:
Look well ahead and be ready to stop for any pedestrians crossing, or about to cross, the road. Also check the pavements for anyone who looks like they might step or run into the road.


Q140. Which sign means there will be two-way traffic crossing your route ahead?

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C)
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B)
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D)

Answer: B

Explanation:
This sign is found in or at the end of a one-way system. It warns you that traffic will be crossing your path from both directions.


Q141. Which arm signal tells you that the car you are following is going to pull up?

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A)
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C)
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B)
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D)

Answer: B

Explanation:
There may be occasions when drivers need to give an arm signal to confirm an indicator. This could include in bright sunshine, at a complex road layout, when stopping at a pedestrian crossing or when turning right just after passing a parked vehicle. You should understand what each arm signal means. If you give arm signals, make them clear, correct and decisive.


Q142. Which of these signs means turn left ahead?

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A)
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C)
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B)
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D)

Answer: B

Explanation:
Blue circles tell you what you must do and this sign gives a clear instruction to turn left ahead. You should be looking out for signs at all times and know what they mean.


Q143. Which sign shows that traffic can only travel in one direction on the road you're on?

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A)
when driving prioiry traffic ahead
C)
driving ahead only
B)
when driving priority over oncoming traffic
D)

Answer: B

Explanation:
This sign means that traffic can only travel in one direction. The others show different priorities on a two-way road.


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Q144. You have just driven past this sign. You should be aware that

A) it is a single track road
C) there is only one lane in use
B) you cannot stop on this road
D) all traffic is going one way

Answer: D

Explanation:
In a one-way system traffic may be passing you on either side. Always be aware of all traffic signs and understand their meaning. Look well ahead and react to them in good time.


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Q145. You are approaching a red traffic light. What will the signal show next?

A) Red and amber
C) Amber alone
B) Green alone
D) Green and amber

Answer: A

Explanation:
If you know which light is going to show next you can plan your approach accordingly. This can help prevent excessive braking or hesitation at the junction.


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Q146. What does this sign mean?

A) Low bridge ahead
C) Ancient monument ahead
B) Tunnel ahead
D) Traffic danger spot ahead

Answer: B

Explanation:
When approaching a tunnel switch on your dipped headlights. Be aware that your eyes might need to adjust to the sudden darkness. You may need to reduce your speed.


Q147. You are approaching a zebra crossing where pedestrians are waiting. Which arm signal might you give?

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C)
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B)
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D)

Answer: A

Explanation:
A 'slowing down' signal will indicate your intentions to oncoming and following vehicles. Be aware that pedestrians might start to cross as soon as they see this signal.


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Q148. The white line along the side of the road

A) shows the edge of the carriageway
C) means no parking
B) shows the approach to a hazard
D) means no overtaking

Answer: A

Explanation:
A continuous white line is used on many roads to indicate the edge of the carriageway. This can be useful when visibility is restricted. The line is discontinued at junctions, lay-bys and entrances and exits from private drives.


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Q149. You see this white arrow on the road ahead. It means

A) entrance on the left
C) keep left of the hatched markings
B) all vehicles turn left
D) road bending to the left

Answer: C

Explanation:
Don't attempt to overtake here, as there might be unseen hazards over the brow of the hill. Keep to the left.


Q150. How should you give an arm signal to turn left?

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A)
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C)
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B)
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D)

Answer: C

Explanation:
There may be occasions where other road users are unable to see your indicator, such as in bright sunlight or at a busy, complicated junction. In these cases a hand signal will help others to understand your intentions.


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Q151. You are waiting at a T-junction. A vehicle is coming from the right with the left signal flashing. What should you do?

A) Move out and accelerate hard
C) Pull out before the vehicle reaches the junction
B) Wait until the vehicle starts to turn in
D) Move out slowly

Answer: B

Explanation:
Other road users may give misleading signals. When you're waiting at a junction don't emerge until you're sure of their intentions.


Q152. When may you use hazard warning lights when driving?

A) Instead of sounding the horn in a built-up area between 11.30 pm and 7 am
C) On rural routes, after a warning sign of animals
B) On a motorway or unrestricted dual carriageway, to warn of a hazard ahead
D) On the approach to toucan crossings where cyclists are
waiting to cross

Answer: B

Explanation:
When there's queuing traffic ahead and you have to slow down or even stop, showing your hazard warning lights will alert following traffic to the hazard. Don't forget to switch them off as the queue forms behind you.


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Q153. You are driving on a motorway. There is a slow-moving vehicle ahead. On the back you see this sign. You should

A) pass on the right
C) leave at the next exit
B) pass on the left
D) drive no further

Answer: B

Explanation:
If a vehicle displaying this sign is in your lane you will have to pass it on the left. Use your mirrors and signal. When it's safe move into the lane on your left. You should always look well ahead so that you can spot any hazards early, giving yourself time to react safely.


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Q154. You should NOT normally stop on these markings near schools

A) except when picking up children
C) unless there is nowhere else available
B) under any circumstances
D) except to set down children

Answer: B

Explanation:
At schools you should not stop on yellow zigzag lines for any length of time, not even to set down or pick up children or other passengers.


Q155. Why should you make sure that your indicators are cancelled after turning?

A) To avoid flattening the battery
C) To avoid dazzling other road users
B) To avoid misleading other road users
D) To avoid damage to the indicator relay

Answer: B

Explanation:
Leaving your indicators on could confuse other road users and may even lead to a crash. Be aware that if you haven't taken a sharp turn your indicators may not self-cancel and you will need to turn them off manually.


Q156. You are driving in busy traffic. You want to pull up on the left just after a junction on the left. When should you signal?

A) As you are passing or just after the junction
C) Well before you reach the junction
B) Just before you reach the junction
D) It would be better not to signal at all

Answer: A

Explanation:
You need to signal to let other drivers know your intentions. However, if you indicate too early they may think you are turning left into the junction. Correct timing of the signal is very important to avoid misleading others.


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