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Our Toughest Driving Theory Test Questions


Are you studying for your driving Theory Test? If so, you’ll know just how difficult some of the questions are.

So how do we help? Here at Driving Test Success, we have rallied up what we think are the toughest questions to help you go in for your driving Theory Test fully prepared for battle…

Are you ready?


1. C - "Be especially careful if you’re on a motorway in fog. Reflective studs are there to help you in poor visibility. Different colours are used so that you’ll know which lane you're in. These are
• red on the left-hand edge of the carriageway
• white between lanes 
• amber on the right-hand edge of the carriageway
• green between the carriageway and slip roads.

2. B - Drive extremely carefully when the roads are icy. When travelling on ice, tyres make virtually no noise and the steering feels light and unresponsive. In icy conditions, be very gentle when braking, accelerating and steering.

3. B - Diesel fuel can spill out if your filler cap isn't secured properly. This is most likely to occur on bends, junctions and roundabouts, where it will make the road slippery, especially if it's wet. At the end of a dry spell of weather, the road surfaces may have a high level of diesel spillage that hasn’t been washed away by rain.

4. D - "Don’t travel in icy or snowy weather unless your journey is essential. Drive extremely carefully when roads are or may be icy. Stopping distances can be ten times greater than on dry roads."

5. B - When approaching a contraflow system, reduce speed in good time and obey all speed limits. You may be travelling in a narrower lane than normal, with no permanent barrier between you and the oncoming traffic. Be aware that the hard shoulder may be used for traffic and the road ahead could be obstructed by slow-moving or broken-down vehicles.

6. A - You may remove your seat belt while you're carrying out a manoeuvre that includes reversing. However, you must remember to put it back on again before you resume driving.

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