Driving Test (Sample Questions)

        - Driving Test Number 1

        - Driving Test Number 2

        - Driving Test Number 3



Driving Test Number 2

Instructions:

1. Attempt all questions.
2. If question provides radio button choices you can select only one answer.
3. If question provides check boxes you must select two answers.
4. If question is true or false, you can select only one answer.

1. What is the main purpose of the ignition switch?
      A to activate the electrical system and start the engine
      B to unlock the transmission
      C to unlock the steering column
      D to operate the headlights
          Unanswered


2. You have to turn on the car's engine in order to check that the gauges are working.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


3. The steering wheel controls both the front and back wheels.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


4. What is the main function of the parking brake?
      A to lock all four wheels
      B to keep the car from rolling when stopped
      C to provide a supplementary brake system
      D to put pressure on the foot brake
          Unanswered


5. The parking brake is used to slow the car down as you manoeuvre the car into a parking space.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


6. An automatic transmission car has only one gear.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


7. What happens when the selector lever is moved to the "P" positionof an automatic car?
      A the engine will not start
      B the parking brake is activated
      C the transmission and driving wheels lock
      D the key locks in the ignition
          Unanswered


8. Manual transmission cars:
      A require the driver to shift gears
      B have a gear shift lever
      C have a third pedal called a "clutch"
      D all of the above
          Unanswered


9. What is the main purpose of the 4th and 5th gear on a manual transmission vehicle?
      A to reduce engine noise
      B to provide more engine power
      C to save fuel and reduce more engine power
      D to give greater safety when driving on slippery road
          Unanswered


10. When you step on the clutch pedal, it disconnects the engine from the transmission
    True
    False
    Unanswered


11. What is the purpose of the night-time mirror?
      A to reflect headlight glare from following cars
      B to avoid the use of dark colored glasses
      C to reduce the reflection of the dash light
      D none of the abovea
          Unanswered


12. Use your low beam headlights
      A when other vehicles are approaching
      B when following other vehicles
      C during the day
      D all of the above
          Unanswered


13. The directional signal lever is used only for signalling a turn.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


14. When the oil pressure light comes on, you should:
      A drive to the nearest servie station to have it checked
      B make a mental note to check the oil the next time you get fuel
      C immediately pull over to the side of the road and stop the car
      D ignore the light until something happens
          Unanswered


15. Which of the following dangerous gases is produced by an internal combustion engine?
      A Carbon Monoxide
      B Carbon Dioxide
      C Carbon Chloride
      D Muffler exhaust gases
          Unanswered


16. Pre-driving checks are only necessary for new drivers.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


17. What is the recommended method of adjusting the driver's seat?
      A adjust so that the driver is as close as possible to the steering wheel and controls
      B adjust so that the driver is as far away as possible from the steering wheel and controls
      C adjust so that your foot can reach the car floor behind the brake pedal
      D adjust the seat to suit the person's footwear
          Unanswered


18. What are the two factors that determine how much momentum a vehicle may have?
      A weight and gravity
      B size and weight
      C speed and weight
      D wind resistance and speed
          Unanswered


19. A car going twice as fast as another car of similar size will have twice the momentum.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


20. A car which is twice as heavy as another car will have twice the momentum when they are travelling at the same speed.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


21. which of the following plays a major part in the control of a moving vehicle?
      A the grip of the tires to the road surface
      B weather conditions
      C the size of the car
      D weight of the vehicle
          Unanswered