Try a random selection of questions for your car theory test which covers all the Highway Code sections. All practise questions are multiple choice and will challenge your knowledge of the road rules from signage to signalling, and motorway to MoTs. Or, choose a section below for specific topics.
Staying alert while driving, being aware of other vehicles on the road, and road conditions
Anticipating and dealing with other road users' actions and choosing the safest lane position
Maintenance, driving in adverse weather, driving economically, and planning your journey
Braking, accelerating, overtaking and manoeuvring safely under all driving conditions
Knowing and understanding potential dangers when driving and manoeuvring
Taking care around pedestrians, cyclists, animals learner drivers, and motorcyclists
Understanding long and slow vehicles, plus uncommon vehicles such as powered wheelchairs
Driving on slippery roads, and in challenging conditions such as rain and snow
Driving on a motorway - rules, limits, safety, emergency procedures, roadworks and riding guidelines
Parking, changing lanes, intersections, speed limits and general driving rules
Common and uncommon signs for rules and information; limits and parking
MOT, road tax, insurance, Pass Plus and your licence
Staying safe if you break down, dealing with accidents and emergencies
Towing trailers and caravans, and carrying roof racks and passengers
Questions for the show me, tell me section where you explain to the examiner how to operate and check specific parts of your car.
On your full category B1 car licence you can drive vehicles up to 3,500kg Maximum Authorised Mass (MAM) with up to 8 passenger seats (with a trailer up to 750kg). You can also tow heavier trailers if the total weight of vehicle and trailer isn’t more than 3,500kg. You can drive motor tricycles with a power output higher than 15kW if you are over 21 years old. Choose carefully when you learn to drive: if you get your licence using an automatic car you will be restricted to only driving cars with an automatic gearbox and will be issued a Category B auto licence. You can obtain a Category B+E licence entitling you to drive a vehicle with a trailer that has a combined weight more than 3,500kg.
When practising these mock theory tests, keep going until you get 100% regularly on the randomly generated 50-question test. This will almost guarantee that you will pass as the questions asked are almost identical to the ones in the actual theory exam. You will also need to take a Hazard Perception Test as part of the theory test requirements. There is a link to one at the end of every set of questions.
Driving between midnight and 6am is the most dangerous time. Avoid driving during these times unless it's absolutely necessary.
Passengers are one of the biggest causes of distractions that can lead to an accident. If they're being rowdy, tell them you need to concentrate on the road.
Don't feel the need to compete with other drivers. Let them do their thing; you just need to focus on making progress in your own time.
Alcohol, illegal drugs and some legal drugs can affect your driving, so steer clear of them.
Slow down for bends.
Make sure everyone's wearing a seatbelt.
Make sure your insurance is current - it's an offence to drive without insurance.
If you're learning the Highway Code in order to take the theory test to get your full licence, this website works on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Bookmark it on your smartphone and you can take the quizzes just before you go in to take the actual driving theory test and the knowledge will be fresh in your short-term memory, too.