LGV Theory Test Questions

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You’re approaching a roundabout. You see a cyclist signal right. Why do they keep to the left?
You’re approaching this roundabout and see the cyclist signal right. Why is the cyclist keeping to the left?
You’re approaching traffic lights. Only the red light is showing. Which series of lights will show next?
You’re at a road junction, turning into a minor road. What should you do if there are pedestrians crossing the minor road?
You’re at an incident. Why may it be harmful to move a casualty?
You’re at the front of a queue of traffic waiting to turn right into a side road. Why should you check your right-hand mirror just before turning?
You’re at the scene of a collision. People are injured. What should be done when the risk of further collisions has been dealt with?
You’re at the scene of a traffic incident. What are the symptoms of someone suffering from shock?
You’re at the scene of an incident. How can you help someone suffering from shock?
You’re at the scene of an incident. What does it mean if there’s a plain orange rectangle displayed on one of the vehicles?
You’re at the scene of an incident. What would suggest someone is suffering from shock?
You’re behind a parked car. What should you do when you’re about to move off?
You’re being followed by a marked police car. As well as flashing the headlights, what will the police officer do to signal you to stop?
You’re carrying another vehicle piggyback on your lorry. Chocks should be used to secure the wheels. What else should you use to secure the load?
You’re checking your vehicle. What should you do if you discover an air leak in the braking system?
You’re checking your vehicle’s tyres before starting a long motorway journey. What check should be made on each tyre?
You’re covering a load using more than one sheet. Why should you start with the rearmost sheet, then work forwards?
You’re delivering boxes of chilled food to a supermarket. What specific training would you need?
You’re driving a fully laden vehicle approaching an uphill gradient. What will happen if you start to overtake?
You’re driving a high-sided vehicle in very windy conditions. Where should you avoid travelling?
You’re driving a high-sided vehicle on a motorway. Where should you be especially aware of the effects of side wind?
You’re driving a high-sided vehicle on a motorway. You should anticipate the effects of side wind. When is this most likely to happen?
You’re driving a laden articulated lorry with a maximum authorised mass of 38 tonnes on a dual carriageway in England. What speed limit applies to your vehicle after passing this sign?
You’re driving a large vehicle. How does its size and design affect the blind spots?
You’re driving a large vehicle in a straight line. When is it most stable?
You’re driving a large vehicle in gusty conditions. Which vehicle is most likely to be affected by buffeting when you overtake it?
You’re driving a large vehicle in heavy rain on a motorway. You slow down to reduce the risk of aquaplaning. For what other reason should you slow down?
You’re driving a large vehicle on a narrow road with passing places. What will you need to be most aware of?
You’re driving a loaded lorry with curtain sides. What should you do when you see the curtain bulging on one side?
You’re driving a long vehicle and want to turn right at a roundabout ahead. How should you signal if you need to occupy the left-hand lane?
You’re driving a long vehicle on a two-lane road. What should you do if you want to turn left into a narrow side road?
You’re driving a long vehicle. What should you be especially careful of before turning left onto a main road?
You’re driving a long vehicle. What should you do when you want to turn right at a painted mini-roundabout?
You’re driving a lorry 30 feet long and towing a trailer 15 feet long. What should you do when you see this sign?
You’re driving a lorry along a motorway. You notice that you’re losing tread from one of your tyres. What should you do?
You’re driving a lorry at night. What can you do to help yourself stay alert?
You’re driving a lorry carrying a load that’s 4.5 metres (14 feet 9 inches) wide. What’s the maximum speed you’re allowed to drive on a motorway?
You’re driving a lorry. During the journey you begin to feel ill and are unable to concentrate. What should you do?
You’re driving a lorry from a wet construction site onto a motorway. Why must you take extra precautions before leaving the site?
You’re driving a lorry in a busy town. A driver pulls out in front of you and you have to brake hard. What should you do?
You’re driving a lorry of more than 7.5 tonnes maximum authorised mass along a motorway. When can you use the right-hand lane to overtake?
You’re driving a lorry on a motorway and you start to feel drowsy. What should you do when there are no service areas or exits for some distance?
You’re driving a lorry that’s carrying a heavy load. What should you be prepared to do when you see this sign ahead?
You’re driving a lorry towards a high bridge on a windy day. What should you expect?
You’re driving a lorry weighing more than 7.5 tonnes on a dual carriageway in England. What does this sign mean?
You’re driving a lorry weighing more than 7.5 tonnes on a motorway. What does this sign mean?
You’re driving a lorry weighing more than 7.5 tonnes on a single carriageway road in England. What does this sign mean?
You’re driving a lorry. Why do you need to take extra care when emerging at this junction?
You’re driving a lorry with a loaded skip. Why should the skip be covered with a net?
You’re driving a lorry with a maximum authorised mass of 38 tonnes on a single carriageway road in England. What’s the speed limit for your vehicle after passing this sign?