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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) Powered vehicles, such as wheelchairs or scooters, used by disabled people have a maximum speed of

2) Which of the following vehicles will use blue flashing beacons?
3 answers required

3) Motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable

4) A rumble device is designed to

5) By how much can stopping distances increase in icy conditions?

6) Where would you see this sign?


7) You are about to emerge from a junction.
Your pillion passenger tells you it's clear.
When should you rely on their judgement?

8) What does this sign mean?

9) Which TWO should you allow extra room when overtaking?
2 answers required

10) What does this sign mean?

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

12) You are riding up to a zebra crossing. You intend to stop for waiting pedestrians.
How could you let them know you are stopping?

13) You're in a one-way street and want to turn right. There are two lanes. Where should you position your vehicle?

14) What does this sign mean?

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

16) At a pelican crossing, what must you do when the amber light is flashing?

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

18) You are leaving your motorcycle unattended on a road.
When may you leave the engine running?

19) What does this motorway sign mean?
traffic sign

20) When joining a motorway you must always

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

22) You are on a motorway. Luggage falls from your motorcycle.
What should you do?

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

24) Motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable

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

26) Areas reserved for trams may have
3 answers required

27) You MUST stop when signalled to do so by a

28) When riding with a sidecar attached for the first time you should
2 answers required

29) You arrive at a serious motorcycle crash. The motorcyclist is unconscious and bleeding.
Your THREE main priorities should be to

3 answers required

30) It is very cold and the road looks wet. You cannot hear any road noise.
You should

2 answers required

31) What does this sign mean?

32) You are carrying a pillion passenger. When following other traffic, which of the following should you do?

33) You have fitted a sidecar to your motorcycle.
You should make sure that the sidecar

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

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

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

37) You are involved in a collision. Because of this which THREE of these documents may the police ask you to produce?
3 answers required

38) You are riding towards roadworks. The temporary traffic lights are at red. The road ahead is clear.
What should you do?

39) An MOT certificate is normally valid for

40) What does this sign mean?

41) What is the meaning of this traffic sign?

42) What should you do when driving or riding along a motorway?

43) In very hot weather the road surface can become soft.
Which TWO of the following will be most affected?

2 answers required

44) You are involved in a crash.
To reduce the risk of fire what is the best thing to do?

45) 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

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

47) Which THREE of these do you need before you can use a vehicle on the road legally?
3 answers required

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

49) What does this sign mean?

50) What does this sign mean?

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