The rear fog lamp:

  • It is obligatory to install fog lights in buses only.
  • Is turned-on automatically when it is foggy.
  • the rear fog lights can only be turned on if the front lights are on.
  • Is turned-on only while driving in reverse.
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What is the statutory obligation to slow down which applies to drivers?

  • To slow down when the vehicle is packed with passengers.
  • To slow down to a reasonable speed, at the driver’s discretion, without stopping.
  • To slow down before level crossings with a traffic light and with a barrier.
  • To slow down the vehicle and even stop whenever danger is anticipated.
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What is a driver required to do when one of his two headlights malfunctions during “light time”?

  • He must stop. It is forbidden to continue driving.
  • He should keep driving. It is permitted to continue driving slowly until the nearest garage.
  • It is forbidden to continue driving only if the high beam malfunctions.
  • It is forbidden to continue driving only if the low beam malfunctions.
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Which documents should a driver be in possession of whilst driving?

  • Valid driving license, vehicle registration, compulsory insurance certificate and any other lawfully issued certificate
  • Driving license and vehicle registration only
  • Identity card, driving license, comprehensive insurance certificate and a certification of a towing arrangement for the vehicle
  • Identity card, driving license and a certificate testifying about the vehicle’s proper functioning signed by a manager of a garage
Category : Rules and Regulations


When you approach a railway crossing and an approaching train is seen, heard or sounds a warning signal:

  • You should stop before the railway crossing until the train passes.
  • If the train is far, you should quickly cross the rails.
  • You should accelerate and cross the rails before the train arrives, in a careful and watchful manner.
  • You should carefully cross the rails, in any fitting speed.
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When is a driver obliged to signal?

  • When he approaches a level crossing with a barrier.
  • When he intends to change his driving lane.
  • When he arrives to a long uphill drive.
  • When he arrives to a steep descent.
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During “light time”, when are you permitted to use the vehicle’s high beam?

  • Only on a freeway.
  • On a non-urban road, when driving within a row of vehicles.
  • On an urban road with street lights and on a non-urban road.
  • On an inter-urban roadway, when allowed by traffic conditions and there is no vehicle ahead of you.
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How will you stand a vehicle on a downhill road?

  • Engage the parking brake, turn the front wheels towards the road’s edge and shift into reverse gear (manual car only).
  • Turn the front wheels towards the road’s edge and shift into forward gear (In an automatic car – P).
  • Engage the handbrake and turn the front wheels towards the center of the road.
  • Turn on the parking lights, turn the front wheels towards the road’s edge and shift into reverse gear.
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How would you (vehicle no. 2) conduct yourself in the following intersection?

  • Continue driving carefully, while keeping eye contact with the yellow vehicle (1) which should yield.
  • Wait and allow the yellow vehicle (1) to cross before you.
  • Stop (2) before entering the intersection and observe the condition of the traffic and of the traffic signs.
  • Give right of way to the yellow vehicle (1), because it is coming from your right.
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Parking at an angle on a roadway:

  • Is allowed when there are designated markings on the road.
  • Is forbidden, except for motor scooters and motorcycles.
  • Is forbidden, except for vehicles in a length of 3.5 meters or less.
  • Is only allowed in a wide roadway.
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Which vehicles can you drive with class B ?

  • Private vehicles and commercial vehicles with an all up weight of up to 4,500 kg.
  • Private vehicles and commercial vehicles with an all up weight of up to 3,500 kg.
  • Public vehicles, including minibuses.
  • Motorcycles with an engine power of up to 14.6 horse-powers.
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When are we not obligated to drive on the right hand side of the road?

  • When overtaking.
  • When turning right.
  • Before a roundabout.
  • When approaching an intersection.
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The depth of the grooves in a tire (pneumatic-air pressure) which comes in contact with the road should not be less than:

  • 2mm, excluding the spare tire.
  • 2cm, including the spare tire.
  • 2cm, excluding the spare tire.
  • 2mm, including the spare tire.
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Is it obligatory to obey the directions and signals of a military policeman in uniform?

  • No, only for the purpose of stopping a vehicle
  • Yes, equally to a civil policeman
  • No, only as regards to the presentation of a driver’s license
  • Usually not
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Is it permitted to load or unload passengers on a freeway (motorway)?

  • Only in day light.
  • Only for a public vehicle.
  • Yes, provided that the road edges are wide.
  • It is absolutely forbidden.
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What is the duty of a driver after sensing that some of the freight he is carrying had fallen-onto the roadway

  • Inform about it to the police. The municipality or the Public Works Department is responsible to clear it away.
  • Inform the insurance company.
  • Inform the police and the insurance company.
  • Stop immediately, and make sure that the falling freight is cleared away immediately.
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What is the meaning of a “vehicle non-use notice” (taking a vehicle off the road)?

  • It is permitted to drive the vehicle up to one week after it is taken off the road.
  • It is prohibited to drive the vehicle without an authorization from the insurance company.
  • The vehicle is prohibited from driving, unless it is permitted, according to the non-use form, to drive to a nearby garage.
  • It is permitted to drive the vehicle unlimitedly (if it doesn’t cause any traffic safety risk) but not on road ways.
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The correctional measures which may be imposed by the Licensing Authority, based on the point system:

  • Are merely recommendations. Only a court of law is authorized to impose correctional measures, based on the point system.
  • Come to replace traffic offence related convictions..
  • Do not include driver’s license revocation (Only a police officer is permitted to revoke a driver’s license).
  • Are additional to any other sanction that is imposed on a driver by a court of law due to traffic offenses.
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Can a person drive a vehicle immediately after taking medications which have effect on his fitness to drive?

  • No, unless 4 hours pass from the time he takes the medication
  • Yes, if these medications do not affect his level of driving
  • No.
  • Yes, when the medication has a lasting harmful effect
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Upon completion of the two year “new driver” period, a regular driver’s license will not be given to a “new driver” who was convicted of:

  • Not placing a “new driver” sign on the vehicle’s rear windshield.
  • Driving a motor vehicle without valid insurance.
  • Driving without an escort.
  • Not stopping next to a “falling rocks” sign.
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What is a “breathalyzer test”?

  • A test of exhaled air by means of a device that provides information about a person’s blood alcohol level.
  • A stress test measuring the air quantity that enters the driver’s lungs while driving.
  • A test in which a person exhales into a device that gives information about his lung volume.
  • A test performed for new-driver applicants by a family doctor, at the requirement of the Licensing Authority.
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A license of a new driver shall be extended for two years as a new driver license, if the driver was convicted of the following offence:

  • Not stopping where a “right of way” signpost is placed.
  • Not placing a “new driver” sign on the vehicle’s rear window.
  • Driving a motor vehicle without valid insurance.
  • Not stopping before a level crossing, when stopping is imperative.
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Is it permitted to drive under the influence of sedatives?

  • Absolutely not, unless it is indicated otherwise in the medication’s prescription.
  • Yes, sedatives have no affect on driving.
  • It is permitted to take sedation pills half an hour before driving.
  • Only if the driver tends to be influenced by a certain medication.
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Is it obligatory to obey the directions and signals of a municipal inspector in uniform?

  • No. It is only obligatory to obey as regards to parking directions within city limits
  • No. It is only obligatory to obey as regards to the presentation of a driver’s license
  • Usually not
  • Yes, if the directions are related to traffic control.
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When a driver is approaching a high point or a place in which his field of vision is obstructed, he should:

  • Continue driving in normal speed.
  • Turn on the four winkers (distress lights) to warn other drivers.
  • Drive faster and use the road’s “hard shoulders”.
  • Slow down and drive at a reasonable speed, which corresponds with his field of vision.
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Are you required to give right-of-way to the cyclist?

  • No, because a non-motor vehicle should give right-of-way to a motor vehicle.
  • No, because bicycles are not given right-of-way.
  • No, because right-of-way is given to the vehicle that continues driving straight.
  • Yes, because the cyclist approaches from the right (1).
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Where inside a vehicle should the reflective traffic vest be placed?

  • In the trunk.
  • The law doesn’t refer to the vest’s holding place.
  • In the driver’s compartment, except for motorcycles.
  • Only on the driver’s seat rest.
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It is permitted to make a U-turn:

  • Only in intersections with traffic lights.
  • Only in intersections without traffic lights.
  • From all lanes, unless prohibited by a road sign.
  • When there is a white unbroken line.
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Is it obligatory to obey the directions and signals of a policeman, even when a certain direction or signal is opposed to the traffic signs?

  • Yes, except for directions which contradict a stop sign.
  • Yes, it is obligatory to obey with full caution.
  • No, it is not obligatory to obey
  • Yes, except for directions which contradict a no-entry sign.
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Under what conditions can a person drive a motor vehicle?

  • The driver must have a valid license for the same class of vehicle.
  • According to the conditions, laid down in the annual test.
  • The driver should be the registered owner or have legal control.
  • According to the conditions laid down in the Manufacturer’s manual.
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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