Question:1

Who is responsible for keeping the vehicle roadworthy at all times?

3478
  • The insurance company.
  • The vehicle’s manufacturer or importer.
  • The registered owner of the vehicle and the driver.
  • The Licensing Office.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:2

Can an owner of a valid driver’s license for a particular group of vehicle drive any vehicle of the same group?


  • Yes, provided that the driver can operate and use it proficiently
  • Yes, holder of a valid driver’s license can drive any vehicle, unconditionally
  • Yes, provided that he holds a police certificate, testifying that he can operate the vehicle proficiently
  • Yes, provided that he had not been found guilty of any traffic offence
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:3

Under which conditions is the driver of a utility vehicle (mule) allowed to carry a passenger with him?


  • It is allowed, without any condition
  • It is allowed, provided that the driver’s minimum age is 21 years
  • It is allowed on a farm utility vehicle (mule) only
  • When he has a permit to do so from the Licensing Authority
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:4

When does the law require a driver to “reduce the speed of a vehicle”?


  • When the driver approaches speed limit.
  • Before completing an overtaking maneuver in a two-way road.
  • Reduction of speed is required when there is imminent danger to life or property.
  • When the driver is tired.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:5

When another vehicle drives in the turning left only lane:


  • It is permited to pass it from its right side only if it is a slow vehicle
  • It is permitted to pass it on its rights side.
  • It is allowed to pass it from its right side with a private passenger car only.
  • It is prohibited to pass it from its right side.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:6

When may a police officer revoke a driver’s license for a period of ninety days?


  • When the driver is involved in a car accident in which only property damage was caused
  • When the driver disobeys a stop sign
  • When a driver involved in an accident is reasonably suspected of causing the death of a person.
  • When the driver fails to give right of way.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:7

An additional passenger is not permitted on a utility tractor unless:


  • It is stated in the vehicle’s registration document.
  • It is listed in the driving license.
  • A permit is given by the vehicle’s importer.
  • It is listed in the insurance policy.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:8

Do you (vehicle no. 3) have to give right-of-way to the cyclist (2) in the roundabout?

3706
  • No, because the cyclist always yields to other vehicles.
  • No, it depends on my good will.
  • Yes, always
  • No, the rules of right-of-way in a roundabout do not apply to cyclists.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:9

What is the minimum age requirement for obtaining a Class B driver’s license?


  • 17.5 years.
  • 17 years.
  • 16 years, subject to parents’ approval.
  • 16 years.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:10

Is it permitted to load or unload passengers on a freeway (motorway)?

3147
  • Only in day light.
  • Only for a public vehicle.
  • Yes, provided that the road edges are wide.
  • It is absolutely forbidden.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:11

the holder 0f a "B" driving license is entitled to drive


  • any licensed invalid carriage with an all up weight of 4000klg
  • a licensed invalid carriage with an all-up weight of 2500klg
  • any vehicle with an all-up weight of 5000klg
  • any invalid carriage with no weight restriction.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:12

On a narrow two-way road with an unbroken separation line dividing the two lanes, how would you conduct yourself when a horse drawn wagon drives before you and the opposite traffic lane is open?


  • Continue driving slowly behind the wagon.
  • Try to overtake the wagon from its right side and drive on the “hard shoulders”.
  • Overtake the wagon in accordance with all traffic rules, but only if the road ahead is open.
  • Overtake the wagon to prevent traffic delay.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:13

Is it permitted to stop or park a vehicle after a pedestrian crossing?


  • It is only allowed at night.
  • No.
  • Yes.
  • It is forbidden within a distance of twelve meters after the pedestrian crossing.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:14

It is allowed to make a U-turn:


  • Only when there is an unbroken white line.
  • From every lane, unless it is prohibited by a specific road sign.
  • Only in an intersection with traffic lights, where a left turn is permitted.
  • Only in an intersection without traffic lights where a left turn is permitted.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:15

When and where are you required to turn on the direction indicator?


  • You should signal with the winker when you are 150 meters before the turn.
  • You should only signal before making right-hand and left-hand turns.
  • You should only signal when other passersby are near.
  • In such place and time that other road users can notice the given signal.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:16

What should we do when driving behind a vehicle that is giving a direction indicator signal?


  • Stay close to the right of the road.
  • Continue driving without slowing down. It has nothing to do with you.
  • Continue driving at an accelerated speed, to minimize the conflict period.
  • We should allow the driver of the vehicle in front to perform the action he signaled for, by slowing down and stop if required.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:17

Is it permitted to park a vehicle besides a pedestrian safety guardrail?

3389
  • Yes, in order to load or unload passengers only.
  • Yes, for a short time only.
  • Yes, provided that there are no pedestrians besides the safety guardrail.
  • No, unless there is a signpost indicating otherwise.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:18

Under which conditions is it permitted to carry a passenger, besides the driver, on an ATV (quad bike)?


  • Unconditionally, unrestrictedly
  • On a quad only
  • When one has a permit to do so from the Licensing Authority, indicated on the vehicle’s registration documents
  • Provided that the driver’s minimum age is 21 years
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:19

Driving downhill in neutral gear:


  • Is permitted and not dangerous.
  • Is permitted but dangerous.
  • Is forbidden and very dangerous.
  • There is no legal reference to it.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:20

The period that a “new driver” is obliged to be escorted in a private passenger vehicle is?


  • Two years from the date in which the license was initially received.
  • Three months from the date in which the license was initially received.
  • Two months from the date in which the license was initially received.
  • There is no time limitation as regards to a new-driver escorting period.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:21

How would you seat a child less than three years of age inside a vehicle?

3046
  • Wearing a three-point safety belt.
  • In a safety seat that fits his height and weight.
  • Wearing any of the vehicle’s safety belts.
  • Wearing a waist belt.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:22

How should a driver involved in traffic accident with casualties conduct himself?


  • If he is not culpable of the accident and the other driver involved is later held responsible for it, then he shall clear his vehicle away from the roadway.
  • He shall clear his vehicle away from the roadway to prevent traffic disturbance and call the rescue forces.
  • He shall clear away from the road and inform the police about the accident.
  • He shall not move his vehicle, unless instructed to do so by a policeman or if the vehicle had to be used for medical evacuation purposes.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:23

You are driving vehicle no. 3. In what order will vehicles enter the following intersection?

3724
  • The vehicle on the left will go first (2), the vehicle on the right will go next (1), and you will go last (3).
  • You go first (3), the vehicle on the left is next (2), and the vehicle on the right is last (1).
  • The vehicle on the right (1), you go next (3), and the vehicle on the left is last (2).
  • You go first (3), the vehicle on the right is next (1), and the vehicle on the left is last (2).
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:24

How is it required to mark freight that sticks out from the vehicle’s rear side?


  • With a white flag tied to the tip of the oversize freight.
  • With a red light-reflecting triangle. The length of each triangle side should be 60cm.
  • With a white light-reflecting triangle. The length of each triangle side should be 60cm.
  • With a red flag tied to the tip of the oversize freight.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:25

How should vehicle drivers conduct themselves while driving on a road with a narrow and steep hill..


  • The driver of the descending vehicle shall, if required, stop his vehicle and make way for the ascending vehicle
  • The driver of the ascending vehicle shall, if required, stop his vehicle and allow the descending vehicle to continue driving.
  • First one to arrive is first to enter into the narrow section.
  • It is sufficient that they both deviate to the right, onto the roadway’s edge, to prevent collision.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:26

According to the law, what is the validity period of demerit points incurred by a driver?


  • When the driver has up to 20 demerit points: Two years from the date of the offence.
  • When the driver has less than 12 demerit points: Six years from the date of the offence.
  • There is no determined period of time. The point-accumulation period is not mentioned in the regulations.
  • It is unlimited. According to the new “point system”, accumulated demerit points are not erased.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:27

Is it permitted to push a vehicle, while its engine is shut-off, into a roadway to which vehicle entry is prohibited?


  • Yes, when the engine works on neutral gear.
  • Yes, but it should be lifted to the sidewalk.
  • No. pushing It is the same as driving.
  • Yes, when the engine is not working.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:28

When are private passenger cars permitted to turn right from a lane other than the right lane?


  • Turning is permitted for vehicles driving at a higher speed than that of the vehicles on the right lane.
  • It is permitted when road traffic is sparse.
  • Never. The law permits only heavy and long vehicles to turn right from a lane other than the right one.
  • In a road where more than one lane is marked for turning right.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:29

How should a driver turn left from a two-way road (A) to a one-way road (B)?

3784
  • From lanes 1 or 2 to lanes 5, 6 or 7..
  • From lane 2 to lanes 5, 6 or 7..
  • From lane 1 to lane 5.
  • From lane 2 to lane 5.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:30

How do you give a signal for braking?


  • By turning on the four direction indicators.
  • By putting out the right hand through the left window.
  • By the brake lights.
  • By putting out the right hand through the right window.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Theory test for private Vehicles

There are 30 questions you have 40 minutes to answer, at the end of the exam time The test result will be displayed