LGV Theory Test Questions

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Why mustn’t you stop on these road markings?
Why should the height of a load be kept to a minimum?
Why should you allow extra room for motorcyclists when they’re riding through roadworks?
Why should you be aware of motorcyclists on a motorway when there are gusty winds?
Why should you be especially aware of parked cars when you’re driving at night?
Why should you carry out a daily walk-round check before setting off?
Why should you carry spare tachograph charts?
Why should you check for motorcyclists just before turning right into a side road?
Why should you check your right-hand mirror just before turning right from a main road into a side road?
Why should you slow down when you see this sign?
Why should you slow down when you see this sign?
Why should you take care before moving into the centre lane of a three-lane motorway?
Why should you take extra care when overtaking at night?
Why should you use an approved coolant solution in your engine’s cooling system?
Why should your engine oil be changed at the recommended intervals?
You approach a pelican crossing that goes straight across the road. How must you treat it if it has a central island?
You arrive at an incident involving a motorcyclist. The motorcyclist is unconscious and bleeding. What should be your priority?
You arrive at an incident where someone is suffering from severe burns. What should you do to help?
You arrive at the scene of an incident. A casualty has an injured arm that’s bleeding heavily. What should you do while waiting for the emergency services to arrive?
You arrive at the scene of an incident and someone is unconscious. What’s the first thing you should do to help them?
You arrive at the scene of an incident. How should you deal with someone who is hysterical?
You arrive at the scene of an incident. The emergency services have already been called. A pedestrian is bleeding heavily from a leg wound, but their leg isn’t broken. What should you do to help them?
You arrive at the scene of an incident where a motorcyclist is lying in the middle of the road and unconscious. What’s the first thing you should do?
You arrive at the scene of an incident where someone is injured. What should be given urgent priority?
You discover that one of your rear brake-light bulbs has failed. How soon should it be replaced?
You have to drive onto a muddy building site. Why should you switch on your diff-lock?
You hit the kerb at speed. What part of your vehicle should you check for damage?
You hold a full category C licence. What does this entitle you to tow?
You intend to move a heavy object using a barrow or trolley. What’s the best height for the handles?
You must have enough tachograph charts with you for your journey. When do you need to start a new chart?
You need to stop and get out of your vehicle. When should you use the parking brake?
You notice that one of your tyres has a bulge in the side wall. What will happen if you drive the vehicle?
You see a horse rider as you approach a roundabout. What should you do if they’re signalling right but keeping well to the left?
You see this sign on a smart motorway. Which lane can you use?
You see this traffic light ahead. Which light or lights will come on next?
You stop for pedestrians at a zebra crossing. What should you do if they don’t start to cross immediately?
You take some cough medicine given to you by a friend. What must you do before driving?
You want to turn left at a junction. What affects the position you take up as you approach the junction?
You want to turn right at a roundabout marked with two right-turn lanes. What should you do if there’s ample room for your vehicle in either lane?
You wish to turn left into a side road. What should you do if there’s a cyclist in front as you approach the junction?
You’ll be driving your vehicle in Europe. Which of these documents must you carry?
You’ll need to take 35 hours of training to maintain your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC). Over what period must this be carried out?
Your doctor has given you a course of medicine. Why should you ask whether it’s safe to drive?
Your engine catches fire. What should you do before attempting to put the fire out?
Your lorry has a crane fitted. You’re loading very heavy items. What should you do when you feel that the ropes or straps may break?
Your lorry has a curtain-sided body. Your route will take you over several high-level bridges. Why should you check the weather forecast before starting your journey?
Your lorry has a demountable body. What should you check before demounting the body?
Your lorry has a double-deck body. The top tier is loaded and the lower deck is empty. When will the vehicle be most at risk of overturning?
Your lorry has a sleeper cab. Why could this make your driving more difficult?
Your lorry has been fitted with wind deflectors. How will they affect your vehicle?