Theory Test Practice

Prepare for your driving theory test by trying the mock theory test practice questions or road signs test below. Every question that can appear on the DVLA theory test 2018 is included which makes it a great way to test your knowledge.

Practice Theory Test Questions

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Road Signs Test

What does this road sign mean?




How to use these mock theory test questions

Each question has 4 potential answers to choose from – You much select the answer that you think is correct. If your answer is correct, it will change to a green colour. If your answer is wrong, then it will turn red, and the correct answer will be highlighted in green.

All of these mock questions are multiple choice and test your knowledge of the UK highway code and rules of the road.

Why use our practice questions

In the multiple choice section of the theory test, you can be asked a range of questions from the Highway Code. These practice theory test questions contain all of the questions and road signs in the Theory Test question bank. If you are answering every question correctly on this page, you should be able to pass the theory test easily (provided that you have prepared for the Hazard Perception too).

How are the questions laid out on the theory test

There are 12 topics of questions on the theory test, and we have included all of them in these practice theory test questions. They are as follows:

  • Alertness
  • Attitude
  • Safety & your vehicle
  • Safety margins
  • Hazard awareness
  • Vulnerable road users
  • Other types of vehicle
  • Vehicle handling
  • Motorway rules
  • Rules of the road
  • Road & traffic signs
  • Documents
  • Accidents
  • Vehicle loading

For the multiple choice section, the best way to prepare is to simply practice the mock theory test questions as much as possible. This is because there is a set list of questions that will be asked (although they may have slight variations in how they are presented in the real theory test). Keep practising until you get every question right.