Topics: Band 3 driving test

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What’s the minimum distance from which an approved driving instructor (ADI) must be able to read a number plate that has letters and figures 79 mm high and 50┬ámm wide? Band 3 driving test
What rule applies on a road that displays this sign? Band 3 driving test
A physically disabled driver passes their driving test in a specially adapted vehicle. How will their driving licence be restricted? Band 3 driving test
Why is it illegal to use a hand-held mobile phone while you’re driving? Band 3 driving test
What can a candidate do if they consider that their driving test wasn’t conducted properly? Band 3 driving test
What’s the minimum distance from which an examiner will ask a driving-test candidate to read a modern-style number plate? Band 3 driving test
Your pupil is at the end of their driving test. With your pupil’s permission, what does DVSA advise you to do? Band 3 driving test
A pupil with a physical disability is concerned that the examiner won’t understand their special needs. What should you tell them? Band 3 driving test
What does it mean if your motor insurance policy has an excess of £100? Band 3 driving test
A candidate taking their practical driving test is allowed to have someone accompany them on the test. How should this person behave during the test? Band 3 driving test
What should you do when you park a vehicle overnight on a road with a 40 mph speed limit? Band 3 driving test
You find that your eyesight has become very poor. Who must you inform if your optician says they can’t help you? Band 3 driving test
What must you have when you’re renewing your vehicle tax? Band 3 driving test
A 17 year-old wants to learn to drive. What must they have before they start practising on the public highway? Band 3 driving test
What sort of pass certificate will the examiner issue if a disabled driver passes their driving test in a specifically adapted motor car? Band 3 driving test
In some circumstances, you’re allowed to park your car on the road at night without lights. It must be facing in the direction of traffic flow and at least 10 metres (32 feet) from any junction. What other restriction applies? Band 3 driving test
What’s the maximum authorised mass (MAM) of a category B vehicle? Band 3 driving test
What’s the minimum distance from which an approved driving instructor (ADI) must be able to read a current-style (since 2001) number plate? Band 3 driving test
A learner driver with a disability wants to take a driving test. What advice should you give them? Band 3 driving test
A police officer asks to see your documents. You don’t have them with you. How long do you have to produce them at a police station? Band 3 driving test
When may you use your vehicle’s horn while you’re driving in a built-up area? Band 3 driving test
You must use your headlights when visibility is seriously reduced. What distance would be classed as seriously reduced? Band 3 driving test
What’s the first thing you should do if the vehicle you’re driving is involved in a collision? Band 3 driving test
You’re parking on the road at night. When should you use parking lights? Band 3 driving test
A driver is convicted of drinking and driving twice within 10 years. They wish to have their licence returned. Who do they have to satisfy that they don’t have an alcohol problem? Band 3 driving test
What should you do when you leave your car unattended? Band 3 driving test
You’re leaving your vehicle unattended. How can you reduce the chance of it being broken into? Band 3 driving test
Which vehicle should display a flashing amber light when it’s being used on a dual carriageway? Band 3 driving test
Which vehicles aren’t permitted to use motorways? Band 3 driving test
What must a learner driver have before they drive on the road for the first time? Band 3 driving test
A pupil has a friend who’s agreed to help with their driving tuition. What age and driving experience must they have? Band 3 driving test
How would it be illegal for a provisional licence holder to drive? Band 3 driving test
When are projection markers required on an overhanging load? Band 3 driving test
Your vehicle has been involved in a collision with another vehicle. Some damage has occurred. What must you do after you’ve stopped? Band 3 driving test
Who can supervise a learner driver? Band 3 driving test
A driver (not subject to the New Drivers Act) will be disqualified if they accumulate 12 or more penalty points within what period of time? Band 3 driving test
An approved driving instructor (ADI) must always display red L plates (in Wales, red D or L plates or both) on the car when teaching learner drivers. What else must they display if they’re charging for the driving lesson? Band 3 driving test
When are drivers allowed to remove their seat belt? Band 3 driving test
What rules apply to a car that’s being used for a driving test? Band 3 driving test
You’re teaching a pupil how to turn the vehicle around. Can you remove your seat belt while you’re teaching this exercise? Band 3 driving test
You’re involved in a traffic incident. Which document will you need to produce for a police officer? Band 3 driving test
You want to use your mobile phone to make a personal call while you’re driving. What must you do if it has no hands-free facility? Band 3 driving test
What’s the speed limit on a road that has street lights but no speed-limit repeater signs? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving on a road that has double white lines along the centre of the road. The line nearest you is continuous. When may you cross this line to overtake? Band 3 driving test
Under the New Drivers Act, a new driver will have their licence revoked if they get six or more penalty points on their licence. This only applies to drivers after they pass their first practical driving test. Over what period of time does it apply? Band 3 driving test
Until you’re 70 years old, how often should you renew your photocard driving licence? Band 3 driving test
What does it mean if you see a pedestrian carrying a white cane that has a red band or bands wrapped around it? Band 3 driving test
Who’s responsible for making sure that a vehicle isn’t overloaded? Band 3 driving test
How many years after they’re newly registered must cars in Great Britain have an MOT test? Band 3 driving test
What must you display clearly on your vehicle while you’re being paid to give driving lessons? Band 3 driving test
When must you show your motor insurance certificate? Band 3 driving test
You’ve parked your vehicle on the road at night. When must you leave the parking lights switched on? Band 3 driving test
You’re leaving your vehicle parked on a road. When may you leave the engine running? Band 3 driving test
You need glasses to bring your eyesight up to the required standard. When must you wear them? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving a car. What should you do before answering a call on your mobile phone? Band 3 driving test
What’s the lowest level of insurance cover you must have to drive on public roads? Band 3 driving test
When can you use your front fog lights? Band 3 driving test
You’ve just driven out of fog. What must you do now that visibility has improved? Band 3 driving test
Why is it dangerous to leave rear fog lights on when they’re not needed? Band 3 driving test
What lights should you use if daytime visibility is poor but not seriously reduced? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving with your front fog lights switched on. What must you do if the fog has cleared? Band 3 driving test
When may you use your front fog lights? Band 3 driving test
Your vehicle is fitted with a hands-free phone system. What’s likely to happen if you use this equipment while you’re driving? Band 3 driving test
When can you use a mobile phone while you’re driving? Band 3 driving test
What’s the legal minimum depth of tread for a car tyre? Band 3 driving test
What would make a car tyre illegal? Band 3 driving test
What would be invalidated if the car you’re driving doesn’t have a valid MOT certificate? Band 3 driving test
What should you check before driving someone else’s vehicle? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving along a road that has a cycle lane marked by a solid white line. What does it mean if the road sign shows that the cycle lane is in operation? Band 3 driving test
When can car drivers use a cycle lane identified by this sign? Band 3 driving test
What’s the speed limit on a motorway for a car towing a trailer? Band 3 driving test
What restrictions apply to category B provisional licence holders? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving in fog. When should you switch on your rear fog lights? Band 3 driving test
Where would parking be likely to cause an obstruction? Band 3 driving test
What should you do if you’re taking drugs that are likely to affect your driving? Band 3 driving test
What should a driver do if they’ve had a few alcoholic drinks at a party? Band 3 driving test
You’re invited to a pub lunch. What’s your best course of action if you know that you’ll have to drive in the evening? Band 3 driving test
After passing your driving test, you suffer from ill health. What must you do if your health affects your driving? Band 3 driving test
Which lights should you use when you’re driving in daylight and it’s foggy? Band 3 driving test
Your car is fitted with seat belts. When can a passenger travel in your car without wearing a seat belt? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving a friend’s children home from school. They’re both under 14 years old. Who’s responsible for making sure they wear a seat belt? Band 3 driving test
Your pupil has just passed their first practical driving test. What will they have to do if they get six penalty points on their licence within two years? Band 3 driving test
What do you need before you can drive legally? Band 3 driving test
Who’s responsible for ensuring that a 16 year-old passenger wears a seat belt? Band 3 driving test
The MOT certificate on your vehicle has expired. When can you drive the vehicle on the road? Band 3 driving test
Who can supervise a learner car driver? Band 3 driving test
What’s the national speed limit on a two-way road outside a built-up area? Band 3 driving test
You have a pupil who is colour-blind. How will this affect their ability to drive? Band 3 driving test
Your car is fitted with a dual accelerator pedal. What must you do before using the car for a driving test? Band 3 driving test
Who can accompany a candidate on their driving test? Band 3 driving test
A car driving-test candidate with sight in only one eye passes the test. What restriction will the examiner place on their licence? Band 3 driving test
What should the candidate do when the examiner gives the signal for an emergency stop? Band 3 driving test
What will happen if your pupil is taking their driving test but they can’t meet the eyesight requirements? Band 3 driving test
You’re parking on a road that has a 30 mph speed limit. How close are you allowed to park to a junction? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving in fog. When should high-intensity rear fog lights be used? Band 3 driving test
You’re teaching a pupil to reverse into a side road. What’s the law governing your use of the seat belt? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving on a two-way road. There are double solid white lines along the centre of the road. What should you do if there’s a stationary vehicle parked on the left? Band 3 driving test
Tyres on cars, light vans and trailers must have a continuous tread depth of at least 1.6 mm. How much of the tyre must have this depth of tread? Band 3 driving test
What’s the national speed limit for a car on a dual carriageway? Band 3 driving test
What type of car may a totally deaf person drive? Band 3 driving test
What restrictions are placed on someone’s driving licence if they’re blind in one eye? Band 3 driving test
A disabled driver has difficulty turning their head. What will help overcome this disability when they’re driving? Band 3 driving test
What will a candidate be given if they fail their driving test? Band 3 driving test
You’re teaching your pupil how to reverse a car into a side road on the left. What should you teach them to do if the rear nearside tyre gently touches the kerb? Band 3 driving test
What should you do with driving-school L plates when the vehicle isn’t being used for tuition? Band 3 driving test
A child under 3 years old is travelling in the front seat of a car. What must the driver ensure? Band 3 driving test
What should a driving-test candidate do if their inertia-reel seat belt has temporarily locked and they cannot put it on at the start of their test? Band 3 driving test
How often do you have to renew your photo on a photocard car driving licence? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving at night. When can you park on the right-hand side of the road? Band 3 driving test
What’s the minimum driving age for a person receiving the enhanced rate of the mobility component of Personal Independence Payment? Band 3 driving test
Your pupil, who is profoundly deaf, intends to apply for a driving test. What advice should you give them about their application? Band 3 driving test
At what age does category B driving entitlement normally expire? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving at night on a road that has a 30 mph speed limit. You find somewhere to park near a junction. How close to the junction are you allowed to park? Band 3 driving test
At what age does a passenger become responsible for fastening their own seat belt? Band 3 driving test
What rules apply to anyone who accompanies a learner driver while they drive on the road? Band 3 driving test
When will an approved driving instructor (ADI) be subject to standards checks? Band 3 driving test
Drivers convicted of certain dangerous driving offences are required to take an extended driving test. How does the extended test differ from the standard driving test? Band 3 driving test
For how long does a driving-test pass certificate remain valid? Band 3 driving test
A car is fitted with dual accelerator, clutch and brake pedals. Which of the pedals must be removed before the car can be used for a driving test? Band 3 driving test
Which vehicles aren’t allowed to use the right-hand lane of a three-lane motorway? Band 3 driving test
Your vehicle is stationary in traffic. When are you allowed to use the horn? Band 3 driving test
What’s the nearest you may park to a junction? Band 3 driving test
What’s a cover note? Band 3 driving test
For how long is an MOT certificate normally valid? Band 3 driving test
You’re entering an area of roadworks. What must you do if you see this sign? Band 3 driving test
You’re driving at night. When can you park on the right-hand side of a road? Band 3 driving test
Where is parking prohibited? Band 3 driving test
Which vehicles aren’t allowed in the right-hand lane of a three-lane motorway? Band 3 driving test
How should you park when you leave your vehicle overnight on a road that has a 40 mph speed limit? Band 3 driving test