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Test Type: Mock Bike Theory Test
Number of Questions: 50
Pass Mark: 43
These are 50 multiple choice questions. The pass mark is 43 or more and the time allowed to complete the test is 57 minutes.
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1) Why have 'red routes' been introduced in major cities?

2) On a motorway what is used to reduce traffic bunching?

3) What does this sign mean?

4) On a motorway you may ONLY stop on the hard shoulder

5) What does this sign mean?

6) In good conditions, what is the typical stopping distance at 70 mph?

7) You are approaching a roundabout. There are horses just ahead of you. What should you do?

8) When carrying extra weight on a motorcycle, you may need to make adjustments to the
3 answers required

9) You have just passed your practical motorcycle test. This is your first full licence.
Within two years you get six penalty points.
You will have to

2 answers required

10) Which FOUR of these must NOT use motorways?
4 answers required

11) An injured motorcyclist is lying unconscious in the road.
You should always

12) When should you use hazard warning lights?

13) You should only carry a child as a pillion passenger when

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

15) What does this traffic sign mean?

16) When being followed by an ambulance showing a flashing blue beacon you should

17) What percentage of all emissions does road transport account for?

18) You intend to go abroad and will be riding on the right-hand side of the road.
What should you fit to your motorcycle?

19) Your overall stopping distance will be longer when riding

20) Your motorcycle is fitted with a top box. It is unwise to carry a heavy load in the top box because it may
3 answers required

21) You are travelling behind a bus that pulls up at a bus stop. What should you do?

22) What basic rule applies when you're using a motorway?

23) You are going through a long tunnel. What will warn you of congestion or an incident ahead?

24) Pillion passengers should

25) You are approaching this sign. Who has priority?

26) Planning your route before setting out can be helpful.
How can you do this?

27) What's the purpose of road humps, chicanes and narrowings?

28) What does this sign mean?

29) A police officer asks to see your documents. You do not have them with you.
You may be asked to take them to a police station within

30) Which THREE result from drinking alcohol?
3 answers required

31) You are on a dual carriageway. Ahead you see a vehicle with an amber flashing light.
What could this be?

32) Before taking a practical motorcycle test you need

33) You should use the engine cut-out switch to

34) You are on a road with passing places. It is only wide enough for one vehicle. There is a car coming towards you.
What should you do?

35) What is the meaning of this traffic sign?

36) There has been a collision. A driver is suffering from shock.
What TWO of these should you do?

2 answers required

37) You think the driver of the vehicle in front has forgotten to cancel their right indicator.
You should

38) What is a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) declaration?

39) Which vehicle is most likely to take an unusual course at a roundabout?

40) Why should you be careful when riding on roads where electric trams operate?
2 answers required

41) You are turning right at a large roundabout.
Before you cross a lane to reach your exit you should

42) On a wet road what is the safest way to stop?

43) What's the minimum time gap you should leave when following a vehicle on a wet road?

44) You MUST obey signs giving orders.
These signs are mostly in

45) What does this sign mean?

46) A friend asks you to give them a lift on your motorcycle.
What conditions apply?

47) You will use more fuel if your tyres are

48) You are planning a long journey. Do you need to plan rest stops?

49) You are riding slowly in a town centre. Before turning left you should glance over your left shoulder to

50) You wish to turn right ahead. Why should you take up the correct position in good time?

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