Half of UK drivers would fail their driving test if they were to take it again today, reveals an online quiz.

An online quiz by Halfords has revealed that over half of British drivers would fail their driving test if they had to take it again today.

The quiz is made up of ten simple questions that all drivers should know without hesitation. Yet surprisingly, most drivers are getting the answers wrong!

The question which seems to be causing the greatest confusion so far is: “What is the blood alcohol (drink drive) limit for drivers in England in Wales?”. A shocking 69% of the people who have responded so far did not know what the drink drive limit was.

Here is a flavour of some of the other multiple choice questions:

  • You’re driving along a dual carriageway in a car; the speed limit is not stated but there are street lights lining the road. What is the speed limit?
  • When checking the engine oil level, at what temperature should your engine be? And
  • When on the motorway, which lane should you use for driving when the road ahead is clear?

To put your driving knowledge and maintenance skills to the test and find out whether you’re roadworthy, take the quiz by clicking here.

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