ADI Mock Test 06 by theorytestuk.co.uk | Sep 8, 2023 | 0 comments Welcome to your ADI Mock Test 06 1. 33. Why should you allow extra room when you're overtaking a motorcyclist on a windy day? They may turn off suddenly to get out of the wind They may be travelling faster than normal They may have to stop suddenly They may be blown across in front of you 2. 39. Which lane should you normally use on a three-lane motorway? Left Right Centre Either the right or centre 3. 28. You're signalling to turn right in busy traffic. How could you emphasise your intention? By sounding the horn By giving an arm signal By flashing your headlights By positioning over the centre line 4. 30. You're driving behind a large vehicle. What will happen if you're too close to it? Your vehicle's brakes will overheat Your view ahead will be increased Your vehicle's engine will overheat Your view ahead will be reduced 5. 20. When may you drive without wearing your seat belt? When you're carrying out a manoeuvre that involves reversing When you're starting off uphill When you're in slow queuing traffic When you're making a journey of less than 1 mile 6. 3. When should a vehicle's horn be used? To alert others to your presence To allow you right of way To greet other road users To signal your annoyance 7. 53. Where should you position the car when you're driving in traffic lanes? Well to the left of the lane Well to the right of the lane In the centre of the lane Anywhere within the lane 8. 5. It's raining and you're following a motorcyclist as they ride around a bend. Why would the motorcyclist steer around a metal drain cover? To avoid puncturing the tyres on the edge of the drain cover To prevent the motorcycle from sliding on the metal drain cover To help judge the bend, using the drain cover as a marker point To avoid splashing pedestrians on the pavement 9. 49. You're driving on a two-lane motorway. What should you do if a lorry is taking a long time to overtake you? Slow down and let the lorry pass Maintain a steady speed and let the lorry driver decide what to do Increase speed slowly, so the lorry can move into the left-hand lane behind you Slow down and flash your headlights 10. 13. Why should you keep well back when you're following a large vehicle? To prevent diesel exhaust particles from being sucked into your engine To prevent radio or sat-nav interference To help the driver see you in their mirrors To help you save fuel 11. 45. When can you park on the verge or footpath? When parking signs allow it To load and unload When you're stopping outside retail premises To pick up passengers 12. 14. You're driving towards a left-hand bend on a country road. What should you anticipate if there are no pavements? Adverse camber No white lines showing the edge of the road No bend marker posts Pedestrians walking in the road 13. 48. Your vehicle has broken down on a motorway. How would you know where to find the nearest emergency telephone? Walk in the direction you were travelling Walk so you're facing oncoming traffic Walk in the direction shown on the marker posts Walk in the direction of the nearest exit 14. 7. When leaving a motorway, many drivers fail to realise how fast they're going. How can you make sure you're not driving too fast? When you leave the motorway, check that your speed is below that of vehicles in the left-hand lane As you enter the slip road, check your speed by glancing down at the speedometer Maintain your speed until you get close to the junction at the end of the slip road Always use the gears to assist in the reduction of speed when leaving the motorway 15. 17. You arrive at a serious motorcycle crash. The scene has been made safe. What's the first thing you should check on an unconscious rider? Whether they're comfortable Whether they have any broken bones Whether they're breathing Whether they're bleeding 16. 9. You intend to turn right at a roundabout. When should you give a left signal? Immediately on entering the roundabout In good time on approach to the roundabout After passing the exit before the one you want When entering the exit you wish to take 17. 2. It's a foggy day. What should you do if you have to park your car on the road? Leave the car's headlights on Leave the car's parking lights on Leave the car's hazard warning lights on 18. 36. What should you do if a person herding sheep asks you to stop? Ignore them, as they have no authority Stop and switch off your engine Continue on but drive slowly Try to get past quickly 19. 12. You're driving in freezing conditions. What should you do when you approach a sharp bend? Steer smoothly and gently Gently apply your parking brake Firmly use your footbrake Coast into the bend 20. 21. You're driving at night. What should you do if you're dazzled by headlights coming towards you? Pull down your sun visor Slow down or stop Switch on your main-beam headlights Keep driving as you were 21. 43. You're driving at the speed limit, in the right-hand lane of a dual carriageway. A faster car is approaching from behind. What should you do if the driver wishes to overtake? Feather the footbrake to warn them off Remain in the right-hand lane Move over when it's safe Slow down and indicate left 22. 26. What does 'tailgating' mean? Using the rear door of a hatchback car Reversing into a parking space Following another vehicle too closely Driving with rear fog lights on 23. 35. What should you do if a driver comes out of a side road, causing you to brake hard? Ignore the error and stay calm Flash your headlights to show your annoyance Sound your horn to show your annoyance Overtake as soon as possible 24. 46. When should you hold back and not attempt to overtake a cyclist? Just before turning left Just after changing gear On a one-way street On a dual carriageway 25. 4. You're driving on a country road. What should you be prepared for if there are no pavements? Vehicles parked on the road Soft verges Reduced visibility on bends Pedestrians in the road 26. 40. You're driving on a motorway. What should you do if you start to feel tired? Stop on the hard shoulder Leave by the next exit Slow down until the feeling has passed Keep going and move your arms and legs to help your circulation 27. 32. You want to reverse park a car between two vehicles on the side of the road. As a guide, what would be the minimum size for a suitable parking space? One car length One-and-a-half car lengths Two car lengths Two-and-a-half car lengths 28. 16. What should you do if you feel drowsy while you're driving? Stop and get some rest as soon as possible Turn the heater up to keep yourself warm and comfortable Close the car windows to help you concentrate Continue with your journey, but drive more slowly 29. 34. What's the most common cause of skidding? The weather The driver The vehicle The road 30. 6. You've stalled in the middle of a level crossing and can't restart the engine. What should you do if the warning bell starts to ring? Get out and clear of the crossing Run down the track to warn the signal operator Carry on trying to restart the engine Push the vehicle clear of the crossing 31. 11. On a road where trams operate, which vehicles are most at risk from the tram rails? Cars Cycles Buses Lorries 32. 29. Trams can move both quietly and quickly. What other feature of trams should you be especially aware of? They don't have a horn They can't stop for cars They don't have lights They can't steer to avoid you 33. 38. You're waiting in a traffic queue at night. What should you do to avoid dazzling drivers behind? Apply the parking brake only Apply the footbrake only Switch off your headlights Use both the parking brake and footbrake 34. 18. You're on a road that has speed humps. What should you do if the driver in front is travelling slowly? Sound your horn Overtake as soon as you can Flash your headlights Slow down and stay behind 35. 15. You're parking on a two-way road at night. How should you park if the speed limit is 40 mph? On the left, with parking lights switched on On the left, with no lights switched on On the right, with parking lights switched on On the right, with dipped headlights switched on 36. 50. You're driving past a line of parked cars. What should you do if a ball suddenly bounces out into the road ahead? Continue driving at the same speed and sound your horn Continue driving at the same speed and flash your headlights Slow down and be prepared to stop Stop and move the ball onto the pavement 37. 41. You break down on a dual carriageway. How far behind your vehicle should you place a red warning triangle? 45 metres (147 feet) 90 metres (294 feet) 125 metres (408 feet) 150 metres (490 feet) 38. 52. You're on a two-lane dual carriageway. When would you use the right-hand lane? When overtaking slower traffic When making normal progress When driving at the minimum allowed speed When driving at a constant high speed 39. 24. What should you do if you're not sure that it's safe to reverse your vehicle? Use your horn Rev your engine Get out and check Reverse slowly 40. 1. What should you do when you're driving on a motorway and you miss the exit that you wanted to take? Carefully reverse on the hard shoulder Carry on to the next exit Carefully reverse in the left-hand lane Make a U-turn at the next gap in the central reservation 41. 19. You intend to turn left at traffic lights. What should you do just before turning? Check your right-hand mirror Move closer to the vehicle in front Straddle the lanes Check for cyclists on your left 42. 8. What does it mean when an area of road is painted with white diagonal stripes and surrounded by a broken white line? The area should be used to create an extra lane when traffic is very heavy Never enter the area until the broken lines become continuous Don't enter the area unless it's necessary and you can see it's safe The area should be used to overtake vehicles that are turning left 43. 23. What is road camber? The anti-slip road surface used near some hazards The way the road surface slopes to help drainage The measure of the steepness of a hill The measure of the sharpness of a bend 44. 47. What should you do if you're about to start a journey and you notice it's snowing heavily? Only drive if you have experience of driving in snow Only drive if you have a mobile phone Only drive if your journey is short Only drive if it's essential 45. 51. You arrive at the scene of an incident. There's been an engine fire. What should you do to help someone whose hands and arms have been burnt? Douse the burns thoroughly with clean, cool liquid Check their pulse Remove anything sticking to the burn Try to find out whether it was a petrol or diesel engine 46. 10. When emerging at a junction, what can significantly obstruct a driver's vision? Windscreen pillars Steering wheel Interior mirror Windscreen wipers 47. 31. You're driving a vehicle towing a trailer on a three-lane motorway. When can you use the right-hand lane? When there are lane closures When there's slow-moving traffic When you want to maintain a high speed When slower vehicles are in the left and centre lanes 48. 42. When should you use hazard warning lights? When you stop on double yellow lines When your vehicle is stationary and temporarily obstructing traffic When you park your vehicle on the pavement When you park in a restricted area 49. 27. You're driving down a steep hill on a two-way road. A car is parked ahead on the other side of the road. What should you do if a lorry coming uphill is going to arrive at the parked car at the same time as you? Keep going, because you have the priority Consider slowing down and giving way Speed up and get past quickly Pull over on the right behind the parked car 50. 37. Where are vehicles most likely to be affected by a side wind? On a narrow country lane On an exposed stretch of road On a busy stretch of road On a long, straight road 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.