ADI Mock Test 04 by theorytestuk.co.uk | Sep 5, 2023 | 0 comments Welcome to your ADI Mock Test 04 1. 63. What's the maximum authorised mass (MAM) of a category B vehicle? 3.0 tonnes 7.5 tonnes 5.0 tonnes 3.5 tonnes 2. 69. What must you do when you hitch a trailer to a towing vehicle? Fit a secondary coupling device Grease the tow ball and hitch Switch off the reversing sensor on the towing vehicle Make sure you can see the trailer in the mirrors 3. 90. What do you need before you can drive legally? Breakdown cover A vehicle handbook Proof of your identity Insurance cover 4. 89. 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? Clutch and brake Accelerator and clutch Clutch Accelerator 5. 109. 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? The lane may be used for parking your car You may drive in that lane at any time The lane may be used when necessary You mustn't drive in that lane 6. 102. A car driving-test candidate with sight in only one eye passes the test. What restriction will the examiner place on their licence? The licence will be restricted to vehicles with engines of less than 1500 cc The licence won't be restricted The licence will be restricted to adapted vehicles only The licence will be restricted to daytime driving only 7. 65. When can you use your front fog lights? When you're dazzled by the lights of oncoming vehicles At any time, so that you're noticed Instead of main-beam headlights When visibility is 100 metres (328 feet) or less 8. 94. You're leaving your vehicle parked on a road. When may you leave the engine running? If you'll be parked for less than five minutes If the battery is flat When you're in a 20 mph zone Not on any occasion 9. 73. You must use your headlights when visibility is seriously reduced. What distance would be classed as seriously reduced? 100 metres (328 feet) or less 125 metres (408 feet) or less 150 metres (490 feet) or less 175 metres (572 feet) or less 10. 93. You've parked your vehicle on the road at night. When must you leave the parking lights switched on? When there are continuous white lines in the middle of the road When the speed limit exceeds 30 mph When you're facing oncoming traffic When you're near a bus stop 11. 96. What must you display clearly on your vehicle while you're being paid to give driving lessons? Your driving licence Your instructor's identification certificate Your insurance certificate The vehicle's MOT test certificate 12. 101. When can car drivers use a cycle lane identified by this sign? During the times shown Outside the times shown Never At any time 13. 106. You're leaving your vehicle unattended. How can you reduce the chance of it being broken into? Cover any valuables with a jacket Leave any valuables in a plain carrier bag Place any valuables on the parcel shelf Lock any valuables out of sight 14. 76. What's the national speed limit on a two-way road outside a built-up area? 30 mph 50 mph 60 mph 70 mph 15. 82. When will an approved driving instructor (ADI) be subject to standards checks? Only for the first 6 months that they're on the register For the whole time that they're on the register Only for the first 12 months that they're on the register Only until they achieve a Grade A 16. 107. How often do you have to renew your photo on a photocard car driving licence? Every 10 years Every 5 years Every 25 years Every 30 years 17. 84. Where is parking prohibited? In a one-way street Near a police station In a side road On zigzag lines near a pedestrian crossing 18. 78. Your vehicle is stationary in traffic. When are you allowed to use the horn? When a moving vehicle may cause you danger At any time you wish If your hazard warning lights aren't working To signal that you're in a hurry 19. 111. For how long is an MOT certificate normally valid? Three years 10,000 miles One year 30,000 miles 20. 87. Who can accompany a candidate on their driving test? Anyone aged 16 or over Only their driving instructor No other person Only a family member 21. 62. A disabled driver has difficulty turning their head. What will help overcome this disability when they're driving? Special seating Additional mirrors Being allowed not to wear a seat belt Automatic transmission 22. 105. What's the minimum driving age for a person receiving the enhanced rate of the mobility component of Personal Independence Payment? 15 years 16 years 17 years 21 years 23. 79. Until you're 70 years old, how often should you renew your photocard driving licence? Every 5 years Every 10 years Every 15 years Every 20 years 24. 86. What should you check before driving someone else's vehicle? That the vehicle owner has third-party insurance cover That your own vehicle has insurance cover That the vehicle is insured for your use That the owner has left the insurance documents in the vehicle 25. 25. Who's responsible for ensuring that a 16 year-old passenger wears a seat belt? The car driver The 16 year-old The parent/guardian The car owner 26. 107. How often do you have to renew your photo on a photocard car driving licence? Every 10 years Every 5 years Every 25 years Every 30 years 27. 104. What's the minimum distance from which an examiner will ask a driving-test candidate to read a modern-style number plate? 18 metres 20 metres 22 metres 25 metres 28. 97. What can a candidate do if they consider that their driving test wasn't conducted properly? Appeal to the Magistrates' Court in England and Wales or the Sheriff's Court in Scotland They have no right of appeal, other than discussing the matter with the examiner concerned Complain to the manager of the driving-test centre Write to the chief executive of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency 29. 74. When are drivers allowed to remove their seat belt? Only while they're parking their car When they're carrying out any manoeuvre that involves reversing Only when they're road testing the car following a repair When the seat belt is uncomfortable 30. 76. What's the national speed limit on a two-way road outside a built-up area? 30 mph 50 mph 60 mph 70 mph 31. 68. 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? The Disclosure and Barring Service The Highways Agency The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency 32. 108. Who can supervise a learner car driver? Someone who is 18 (or over) and who has held a full licence for that category of vehicle for at least one year Someone who is 20 (or over) and has held a full licence for that category of vehicle for at least three years Someone who is 21 (or over) and has held a full licence for that category of vehicle for at least three years Someone who is 21 (or over) and has held a full licence for that category of vehicle for at least one year 33. 77. You're involved in a traffic incident. Which document will you need to produce for a police officer? Vehicle registration certificate Driving licence Theory test certificate Vehicle excise licence 34. 64. Where would parking be likely to cause an obstruction? In a parking bay In a lay-by Where the kerb is raised Where the kerb has been lowered for wheelchairs 35. 95. 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? Retake only the theory test Retake the theory and practical tests Retake only the practical test Reapply for a full licence immediately 36. 71. What's the nearest you may park to a junction? 10 metres (32 feet) 12 metres (39 feet) 15 metres (49 feet) 20 metres (66 feet) 37. 92. What's the minimum distance from which an approved driving instructor (ADI) must be able to read a current-style (since 2001) number plate? 20.5 metres (67 feet) 26.5 metres (87 feet) 30.5 metres (100 feet) 36.0 metres (120 feet) 38. 60. You're driving in fog. When should high-intensity rear fog lights be used? When visibility is reduced to 100 metres (328 feet) or less When visibility is reduced to 125 metres (408 feet) or less When visibility is reduced to 150 metres (490 feet) or less When visibility is reduced to 175 metres (572 feet) or less 39. 109. 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? The lane may be used for parking your car You may drive in that lane at any time The lane may be used when necessary You mustn't drive in that lane 40. 83. Your pupil has just passed their driving test. What’s the maximum authorised mass (MAM) of any trailer that they can tow? 6,500 kg 5,500 kg 4,500 kg 3,500 kg 41. 75. What should you do with driving-school L plates when the vehicle isn't being used for tuition? They must be covered They must be removed completely They can remain uncovered They should be turned upside down 42. 103. After passing your driving test, you suffer from ill health. What must you do if your health affects your driving? Inform your local police station Get on as best you can Ask your doctor for an exemption certificate Inform the licensing authority 43. 80. When may you use your front fog lights? When your headlights aren't working When you want extra light at night When you don't want to sound your horn When visibility is seriously reduced 44. 88. What should the candidate do when the examiner gives the signal for an emergency stop? Brake promptly Check the mirrors Depress the clutch Steer to the left 45. 78. Your vehicle is stationary in traffic. When are you allowed to use the horn? When a moving vehicle may cause you danger At any time you wish If your hazard warning lights aren't working To signal that you're in a hurry 46. 93. You've parked your vehicle on the road at night. When must you leave the parking lights switched on? When there are continuous white lines in the middle of the road When the speed limit exceeds 30 mph When you're facing oncoming traffic When you're near a bus stop 47. 61. You're teaching a pupil to reverse into a side road. What's the law governing your use of the seat belt? You must wear your seat belt at any time the pupil is moving forward during the manoeuvre You must wear your seat belt for the whole manoeuvre You may leave your seat belt off for the whole of the manoeuvre You should remove your seat belt to assist the pupil 48. 85. Your pupil is at the end of their driving test. With your pupil's permission, what does DVSA advise you to do? Request a personal written report Keep out of sight to avoid distraction Request a separate debrief Listen to the debrief 49. 110. 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? The central three-quarters of the width of the tyre At least half the width of the tyre The whole width of the tyre The outside half of the tyre 50. 67. 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 mm wide? 22.7 metres (75 feet) 26.5 metres (87 feet) 30.5 metres (100 feet) 46.0 metres (150 feet) Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.