(answers verified with Dept of Transport website (Highway code) and the Road Traffic Act (1988)
|1.||Warning signs are triangular with a red border. They all have an edge on the bottom and a corner on the top, however one sign is inverted, with a corner pointing down. Which one?|
Give way / stop.
|2.||What does a "minimum speed limit" sign look like|
Circular, blue with white number.
|3.||What colour signs are used to direct you to tourist attractions|
|4.||What is the maximum speed limit for an HGV over 7.5 tonnes on a UK motorway|
60 mph (increased from 50 mph in 2017)
|5.||Which animal is depicted on a warning sign for "wild animals"|
Deer / stag
|6.||On a UK motorway, can you legally overtake a vehicle on the left|
Yes. Undertaking is permitted in congested conditions when frequent lane changing is not recommended.
|7.||Circular speed limits signs come in 2 sizes. What does the difference mean.|
Larger sign informs you of a change to the limit, whereas small ones are used where there is no change.
|8.||What is the maximum speed limit on a motorway for motorhomes or motor caravans of more than 3.05 tonnes maximum unladen weight|
70 mph (less for towed caravans)
|9.||Is it legal to use your phone to pay for a drive thru|
No. You are using your phone whilst in charge of a vehicle, and could be fined up to £200 & given 6 points. However, using contactless is legal!
|10.||If your indicators failed, what is the hand signal for turning left|
Extend right arm and move it in a circular motion. (For right turn, keep arm still. For slowing down , move arm up and down)