Motorcycle Mock Test 14 by theorytestuk.co.uk | Aug 8, 2023 | 0 comments Welcome to your Motorcycle Mock Test 14 1. 33. What colour are the reflective studs between the lanes on a motorway? Green Amber White Red 2. 6. Why is it important to make full use of the slip road as you join a motorway? Because there's space available to turn round if you need to To allow you direct access to the overtaking lanes To allow you to fit safely into the traffic flow in the left-hand lane Because you can continue on the hard shoulder 3. 49. You have stopped in an emergency area. What must you do before you rejoin the carriageway? Use the emergency telephone Give an arm signal as you are moving off Switch on your vehicle's headlights Move away with your hazard lights on 4. 5. What should you do immediately after joining a motorway? Try to overtake Re-adjust your mirrors Position your vehicle in the centre lane Stay in the left-hand lane 5. 1. How should you position yourself when you use the emergency telephone on a motorway? Stay close to the carriageway Face the oncoming traffic Keep your back to the traffic Stand on the hard shoulder 6. 30. What colour are the reflective studs between the hard shoulder and the left-hand lane of a motorway? Green Red White Amber 7. 26. How do smart motorways prevent traffic bunching? By using higher speed limits By using advisory speed limits By using minimum speed limits By using variable speed limits 8. 9. You're joining a motorway from a slip road. How should you deal with traffic already on the motorway? Carry on along the hard shoulder until you see a safe gap Stop at the end of the slip road and look for a safe gap Use the slip road to accelerate until you're moving much faster than the motorway traffic Match your speed to traffic in the left-hand lane and filter into a safe gapMatch your speed to traffic in the left-hand lane and filter into a safe gap 9. 19. You're in the right-hand lane of a three-lane motorway. What do these overhead signs mean? Move to the left and reduce your speed to 50 mph There are roadworks 50 metres (55 yards) ahead Use the hard shoulder until you've passed the hazard Leave the motorway at the next exit 10. 17. Traffic officers operate on motorways and some primary routes in England and Wales. What are they authorised to do? Stop and arrest drivers who break the law Repair broken-down vehicles on the motorway Issue fixed penalty notices Stop and direct anyone on a motorway 11. 10. You're travelling along a motorway. When are you allowed to overtake on the left? When you can see well ahead that the hard shoulder is clear When the traffic in the right-hand lane is signalling right When you warn drivers behind by signalling left When in queues and traffic to your right is moving more slowly than you are 12. 44. You stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway and use the emergency telephone. Where's the best place to wait for help to arrive? Next to the phone Well away from the carriageway With your vehicle On the hard shoulder 13. 43. When may you stop on a motorway? If you have to read a map When you're tired and need a rest If your mobile phone rings In an emergency or breakdown 14. 37. When would you use the right-hand lane on a three-lane motorway? When you're turning right When you're overtaking When you're travelling above the speed limit When you're trying to save fuel 15. 16. What colour are the reflective studs between a motorway and a slip road? Amber White Green Red 16. 32. Your vehicle broke down on the hard shoulder of a motorway, but has now been repaired. How should you rejoin the main carriageway? Move out onto the carriageway, then build up your speed Move out onto the carriageway using your hazard warning lights Gain speed on the hard shoulder before moving out onto the carriageway Wait on the hard shoulder until someone flashes their headlights at you 17. 29. What should you do when going through a contraflow system on a motorway? Use dipped headlights Keep a good distance from the vehicle ahead Switch lanes to keep the traffic flowing Stay close to the vehicle ahead to reduce queues 18. 41. Where should you stop to rest if you feel tired while you're travelling along a motorway? On the hard shoulder At the nearest service area On a slip road On the central reservation 19. 46. What should you do while you're driving or riding along a motorway? Look much further ahead than you would on other roads Travel much faster than you would on other roads Maintain a shorter separation distance than you would on other roads Concentrate more than you would on other roads 20. 28. You're riding at 70 mph on a three-lane motorway. Which lane should you use if there's no traffic ahead? Any lane The middle lane The right-hand lane The left-hand lane 21. 20. How should you use the lanes on a motorway? Use the lane that has the least traffic Keep to the left-hand lane unless you're overtaking Overtake using the lane that’s clearest Stay in one lane until you reach your exit 22. 40. When would you use an emergency refuge area on a smart motorway? In cases of emergency or breakdown If you think you'll be involved in a road rage incident To stop and check where you are To make a private phone call 23. 50. Which vehicles should use the left-hand lane on a three-lane motorway? Any vehicle that isn't overtaking Large vehicles only Emergency vehicles only Slow vehicles only 24. 31. You're on a smart motorway. What does it mean when a mandatory speed limit is displayed above the hard shoulder? You shouldn't travel in this lane The hard shoulder can be used as a running lane You can park on the hard shoulder if you feel tired You can pull up in this lane to answer a mobile phone 25. 42. Your vehicle has broken down on a motorway. In which direction should you walk to find the nearest emergency telephone? With the traffic flow Facing oncoming traffic In the direction shown on the marker posts In the direction of the nearest exit 26. 7. Which vehicles are prohibited from using the motorway? Powered mobility scooters Motorcycles over 50 cc Double-deck buses Cars with automatic transmission 27. 27. What should you do if you're joining a motorway from a slip road? Adjust your speed to match the speed of the traffic on the motorway Accelerate as quickly as you can and ride straight out Ride onto the hard shoulder until a gap appears Expect drivers on the motorway to give way to you 28. 15. You're travelling along a motorway. Where would you find a crawler or climbing lane? On a steep gradient Before a service area Before a junction Along the hard shoulder 29. 51. You're on a smart motorway. What does it mean if a red cross is showing above the hard shoulder and mandatory speed limits above all other lanes? The hard shoulder can be used as a rest area if you feel tired The hard shoulder is for emergency or breakdown use only The hard shoulder can be used as a normal running lane The hard shoulder has a speed limit of 50 mph 30. 22. You're on a motorway that isn't subject to smart motorway regulations. When should you use the hard shoulder? When you're stopping in an emergency When you're leaving the motorway When you're stopping for a rest When you're joining the motorway 31. 18. You're travelling in the left-hand lane of a three-lane motorway. How should you react to traffic joining from a slip road? Increase your speed to ensure they join behind you Adjust your speed or change lane if you can do so safely Maintain a steady speed Switch on your hazard warning lights 32. 13. How should you rejoin the motorway after a breakdown on the hard shoulder? Build up speed on the hard shoulder before looking for a safe gap in the traffic Move straight out into the left-hand lane as you are not allowed to drive on the hard shoulder Wait until a vehicle in the left-hand lane signals to you that it's safe to rejoin Keep your hazard lights flashing until you have safely rejoined the carriageway 33. 48. What's the national speed limit on motorways for cars and motorcycles? 30 mph 50 mph 60 mph 70 mph 34. 39. What do these motorway signs mean? They're countdown markers to a bridge They're distance markers to the next telephone They're countdown markers to the next exit They warn of a police control ahead 35. 25. What should you do when you're approaching roadworks on a motorway? Speed up to clear the area quickly Always use the hard shoulder Obey the speed limit Stay very close to the vehicle in front 36. 4. When may you stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway? Only in an emergency If you feel tired and need to rest If you've gone past your exit To answer your mobile phone 37. 14. Your vehicle breaks down on a motorway and you need to call for help. Why might it be better to use an emergency roadside telephone rather than a mobile phone? It connects you to a local garage Using a mobile phone will distract other drivers It allows easy location by the emergency services Mobile phones don't work on motorways 38. 24. You're on a smart motorway. What does it mean when a red cross is displayed above the hard shoulder? Pull up in this lane to answer your mobile phone Use this lane as a running lane This lane can be used if you need a rest You must not travel in this lane 39. 12. On a three-lane motorway, which lane should you use if there's no traffic ahead? Left Right Centre Either the right or centre 40. 3. Which vehicles aren't allowed to use the right-hand lane of a three-lane motorway? Small delivery vans Motorcycles Vehicles towing a trailer Motorcycle and sidecar outfits 41. 23. You're riding on a motorway. Unless signs show otherwise, what's the national speed limit? 50 mph 60 mph 70 mph 80 mph 42. 36. You're riding on the motorway. Where should you position your motorcycle well before you reach your exit slip-road? In the middle lane In the left-hand lane On the hard shoulder In any lane 43. 35. On a smart motorway, what does this sign mean? Use any lane except the hard shoulder Use the hard shoulder only Use the three right-hand lanes only Use all the lanes, including the hard shoulder 44. 8. What helps to reduce traffic bunching on a motorway? Variable speed limits Contraflow systems National speed limits Lane closures 45. 47. What's the minimum engine size your motorcycle must have, if you want to ride it on the motorway? 50 cc 125 cc 150 cc 250 cc 46. 38. Why is it particularly important to carry out a check of your motorcycle before making a long motorway journey? You'll have to do more harsh braking on motorways Motorway service stations don't deal with breakdowns The road surface will wear down the tyres faster Continuous high speeds increase the risk of your motorcycle breaking down 47. 45. What's the national speed limit for a car or motorcycle on a motorway? 50 mph 60 mph 70 mph 80 mph 48. 21. When are you allowed to stop on a motorway? When you need to walk and get fresh air When you wish to pick up hitchhikers When you're signalled to do so by traffic signals When you need to use a mobile telephone 49. 34. You're on a motorway. What must you do if there's a red cross showing above every lane? Pull onto the hard shoulder Slow down and watch for further signals Leave at the next exit Stop and wait 50. 2. Where are amber reflective studs found on a motorway? Between the hard shoulder and the carriageway Between the acceleration lane and the carriageway Between the central reservation and the carriageway Between each pair of lanes 51. 11. You're on a three-lane motorway. Which lane are you in if there are red reflective studs on your left and white ones to your right? In the right-hand lane In the middle lane On the hard shoulder In the left-hand lane 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.