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UK Car Practice Test

Our UK driving theory practice test is designed to ensure that drivers have a solid understanding of the rules of the road and can identify potential hazards while driving. This practice test will help you prepare thoroughly and practice with mock questions, so you can increase your chances of passing the test on your first attempt.

This Practice Test is for:

  • Anyone At least 17 Years Old
  • With a Valid Provisional License
  • Anyone wanting to drive a car

What is the actual NV DMV exam like:

  • 50 Question Test
  • Computer-based
  • 57 minute time limit 
Questions number
Mistakes Allowed
Passing Score

Why you should Take a Driving Theory practice:

  1. Familiarity with the test format: Taking a practice test can help you become familiar with the format of the real test. This can help reduce test anxiety and make you feel more confident on test day.

  2. Test your knowledge: The practice test can help you assess your knowledge of the rules of the road, traffic signs, and road safety. By identifying areas where you may be struggling, you can focus your study efforts on those areas and improve your chances of passing the test.

  3. Hazard perception practice: The hazard perception section of the driving theory test can be difficult for some people, especially if they are not used to identifying potential hazards on the road. Taking a practice test can help you develop your hazard perception skills and improve your scores on this section of the test.

  4. Save time and money: If you fail the driving theory test, you will have to pay the test fee again to retake it. By taking a practice test beforehand and identifying areas where you need to improve, you can reduce the likelihood of failing the test and save yourself time and money in the long run.

Overall, taking a driving theory practice test can help you prepare for the real test and improve your chances of passing it on the first attempt.

United Kingdom UKDVSA Sample Test Questions

At an incident, how could you help a casualty who has stopped breathing?
  • Keep their head tilted forwards as far as possible
  • Follow the DR ABC code
  • Raise their legs to help with circulation
  • Try to give them something to drink
At an incident, someone is suffering from severe burns. How could you help them?
  • Apply lotions to the injury
  • Burst any blisters
  • Remove anything sticking to the burns
  • Douse the burns with clean, cool water
How will a police officer in a patrol vehicle signal for you to stop?
  • Flash the headlights, indicate left and point to the left
  • Overtake and give a slowing down arm signal
  • Use the siren, overtake, cut in front and stop
  • Pull alongside you, use the siren and wave you to stop
How would under-inflated tyres affect your vehicle?
  • The vehicle's stopping distance would increase
  • The flash rate of the vehicle's indicators would increase
  • The vehicle's gear change mechanism would become stiff
  • The vehicle's headlights would aim high
What does it mean if this light comes on while you're driving?
  • A fault in the braking system
  • The engine oil is low
  • A rear light has failed
  • Your seat belt isn't fastened