Car Mock Test 03 by theorytestuk.co.uk | Aug 8, 2023 | 0 comments Welcome to your Car Mock Test 03 1. 27. What's the legal minimum insurance cover you must have to drive on public roads? Comprehensive Personal injury cover Third party only Third party, fire and theft 2. 3. You've just passed your first practical driving test. What will you have to do if you get six penalty points on your licence in the next two years? Reapply for your full licence immediately Retake only your practical test Retake only your theory test Retake your theory and practical tests 3. 14. What must you check before you drive someone else's vehicle? That the insurance documents are in the vehicle That the vehicle is insured for your use That the vehicle owner has third-party insurance cover That your own vehicle has insurance cover 4. 15. Your car needs to pass an MOT test. What may be invalidated if you drive the car without a current MOT certificate? The vehicle insurance The vehicle registration document The vehicle service record The vehicle tax 5. 26. What does third-party insurance cover? All damage and injury Damage to other vehicles Damage to your vehicle Injury to yourself 6. 16. What legal requirement must be met by a newly qualified driver? They must be accompanied on their first motorway journey They must display green L plates They must have a new photograph taken for their full licence They must have valid motor insurance 7. 28. What does it mean if your insurance policy has an excess of £500? The insurance company will pay the first £500 of any claim You'll be paid £500 if you don't claim within one year You'll have to pay the first £500 of the cost of any claim Your vehicle is insured for a value of £500 if it's stolen 8. 22. When could the cost of your insurance be reduced? When you complete the Pass Plus scheme When you don't wear glasses When you pass the driving test first time When you're under 25 years old 9. 13. When should you update your vehicle registration certificate? When you have a collision When you move house When you pass your driving test When your vehicle needs an MOT 10. 8. Your insurer will issue you with an insurance certificate. When must you produce this document for inspection? When a police officer asks you for it When buying or selling a vehicle When making a SORN When your vehicle is having an MOT test 11. 25. When will a new car need its first MOT test? When it's five years old When it's one year old When it's seven years old When it's three years old 12. 23. In order to supervise a learner driver you need to have held a full driving licence for the same category of vehicle, for at least three years. What other requirement must you meet? To be an approved driving instructor To be at least 21 years old To have a car with dual controls To hold an advanced driving certificate 13. 10. What do you need before you can legally use a motor vehicle on the road? A vehicle handbook An appropriate driving licence Breakdown cover Proof of your identity 14. 18. Who's responsible for paying the vehicle tax? The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) The car dealer The driver of the vehicle The registered keeper of the vehicle 15. 11. What must you have when you apply to renew your vehicle tax? A valid driving licence The handbook The vehicle's chassis number Valid insurance 16. 20. When must you contact the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)? When you change your vehicle When you get a parking ticket When you use your vehicle for work When your vehicle's insurance is due 17. 5. What's a Statutory Off-Road Notification (SORN)? A notification to tell DVLA that a vehicle isn't being used on the road A notification to tell DVSA that a vehicle doesn't have a current MOT Information held by insurance companies to check a vehicle is insured Information kept by the police about the owner of a vehicle 18. 2. What's a cover note? A document issued before you receive your MOT certificate A document issued before you receive your driving licence A document issued before you receive your insurance certificate A document issued before you receive your registration document 19. 24. Your car requires an MOT certificate. When is it legal to drive it without an MOT certificate? Up to seven days after the old certificate has run out When driving the car with the owner's permission When driving to an MOT centre to arrange an appointment When driving to an appointment at an MOT centre 20. 7. Who's legally responsible for ensuring that a vehicle registration certificate (V5C) is updated? The licensing authority The registered vehicle keeper The vehicle manufacturer Your insurance company 21. 21. What circumstances require you to notify the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)? When you have to work abroad When you lend your vehicle to someone When your health affects your driving When your vehicle needs an MOT certificate 22. 19. What information is found on a vehicle registration document? The date of the MOT The registered keeper The service history details The type of insurance cover 23. 17. What's covered by third-party insurance? Damage to other vehicles Damage to your vehicle Fire damage to your vehicle Flood damage to your vehicle 24. 4. For how long is a Statutory Off-Road Notification (SORN) valid? Until the vehicle is insured and MOT'd Until the vehicle is repaired or modified Until the vehicle is taxed, sold or scrapped Until the vehicle is used on the road 25. 1. For how long is an MOT certificate normally valid? 10,000 miles 30,000 miles One year after the date it was issued Three years after the date it was issued 26. 6. What's the maximum fine for driving without insurance? Unlimited £1,000 £5,000 £500 27. 9. When must your vehicle have valid insurance cover? Before you can make a SORN Before you can scrap the vehicle Before you can sell the vehicle Before you can tax the vehicle 28. 12. A police officer asks to see your documents. You don't have them with you. How many days do you have to produce them at a police station? 14 days 21 days 5 days 7 days 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.