Question:1

What is the required air pressure of the vehicle’s tires?


  • The tire air pressure is not so important.
  • According to the instructions of the garage or licensing facility.
  • A pressure that provides for the most comfortable driving.
  • The pressure should be according to the manufacturer’s manual.
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Question:2

What is the permitted tyre size for a vehicle?


  • As determined by the tire manufacturer.
  • Any size of tire, as long as all the vehicle tires are of the same size.
  • As approved by a licensed garage.
  • As determined by the manufacturer and noted in the vehicle’s registration document.
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Question:3

What is “preventive maintenance” of a vehicle?


  • Maintenance that prevents the vehicle from driving properly.
  • Intermittent and unplanned maintenance, at the driver’s own discretion only.
  • Regular and planned maintenance to ensure the proper function of the vehicle and its systems.
  • Maintenance of unexpected vehicle failures.
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Question:4

What should a driver do when he detects a safety failure in the steering wheel or brakes while driving?


  • Continue driving carefully until the nearest garage.
  • He should stop driving only if the failure is in the ignition or fuel system.
  • Stop driving immediately.
  • Identify the source of the problem and try to overcome it.
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Question:5

What is the consequence of tyre pressure that is too high?


  • Uneven tire wear and shortened of tyre life.
  • It is harder to turn the steering wheel.
  • Rapid wear and tear of the steering wheel.
  • Longer tire life span and reduced fuel consumption.
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Question:6

What are you required to do when the brake-check lamp lights up while driving?


  • Continue driving normally until the vehicle’s periodic treatment.
  • Stop the vehicle and don’t resume driving.
  • Continue driving slowly until the garage.
  • Continue driving normally until the garage.
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Question:7

When is a blue warning light displayed on the dashboard?


  • All answers are correct.
  • When the high beam is turned on.
  • When the low beam is turned on.
  • When the parking lights are turned on.
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Question:8

To disconnect the engine from the wheels, you should:


  • Press the clutch pedal.
  • Step on the brake pedal and on the accelerator.
  • Shut-off the engine.
  • Press on the starter switch.
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Question:9

When the oil pressure check lamp lights-up while driving, you should:


  • Continue driving, provided that there is enough oil in the oil sump.
  • Continue driving in low gear until the garage (provided that it doesn’t take more than half an hour)
  • Stop the vehicle immediately and shut-off the engine.
  • Continue driving if the engine’s thermometer indicates normal engine temperature.
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Question:10

What are the vehicle’s control systems?


  • Brakes, steering and accelerator.
  • Braking, steering and sound.
  • Steering, acceleration and air-conditioning.
  • Braking, steering and air-conditioning.
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Question:11

In a hybrid vehicle:


  • Tire wear is greater than that of regular vehicles because of the second engine.
  • Braking is harder because of the second engine.
  • Fuel consumption is higher than that of regular vehicles, because of the second engine.
  • Fuel consumption is lower than that of regular vehicles.
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Question:12

What are you required to check when one of the vehicle’s lamps is not working?


  • The bulb and the fuse connected to it.
  • The intactness of the lamp’s lens.
  • The functionality of the lights handle.
  • The battery’s voltage.
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Question:13

What is the function of the vehicle’s dashboard( Control panel)


  • To control and receive information from the vehicle’s different systems.
  • The dashboard regulates the engine systems, and prevents tire wear.
  • To serve as an additional security measure during frontal collisions.
  • To control the sound system in the driver’s compartment only.
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Question:14

What is the proper way of checking engine oil level?


  • By using the engine’s dipstick, when the engine is cold and turned off.
  • There is no need to check the engine’s oil, but only to change it in accordance with the manufacturer’s requirements.
  • It can only be checked in a licensed garage.
  • Only before the vehicle’s annual test.
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Question:15

Wearing a seat belt as required:


  • Keeps the driver in an upright sitting position;
  • Reduces the extent of injury during an accident.
  • Keeps the driver alert.
  • Reduces the driver’s movement in his seat and prevents accidents.
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Question:16

When is it required to check the vehicle’s air polluting emissions?


  • Vehicles cause no pollution; hence there is no need to perform a check.
  • Once a month, in every garage specializing in car electronics only.
  • Once every half a year, at the treating garage.
  • In the vehicle’s annual test at a licensing facility.
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Question:17

“Keeping a safe distance from the vehicle in front affects fuel consumption and vehicle wear and tear”. Correct or incorrect?


  • Incorrect: The distance has no influence on vehicle wear or fuel consumption.
  • Correct: Keeping distance prevents brake wear and excessive fuel consumption due to frequent acceleration and braking.
  • Incorrect: Using the breaks and the accelerator in order to regulate wind flow is important for increasing the driver’s alertness.
  • Incorrect: Keeping proper distance from the vehicle in front of you causes brake wear.
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Question:18

What system helps to stabilize the vehicle when it is skidding or in danger of rolling over?


  • The Electronic Stability Program (ESP) System
  • The engine’s fuel consumption control system.
  • The signaling system.
  • The speed control system.
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Question:19

How does the braking system of a vehicle work?

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  • Through the braking of the front wheels only.
  • Through the pressure created between the engine and the clutch.
  • By turning the engine opposite to its normal direction of turning.
  • Through the friction between the brake disc and the brake pads.
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Question:20

What are you required to do after changing a wheel?


  • There is no need to do anything special.
  • Tighten the wheel’s retaining nuts after removing the jack stand, and repeat this procedure after driving 50km.
  • Make a general check (of tire properness and your kicking ability) by lightly kicking the tire.
  • Check the temperature of the tire before the next drive.
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Question:21

When are you required to check engine oil level?


  • After starting-up the engine in the morning.
  • Before starting-up the engine and on a straight surface.
  • At the end of a drive and on a straight surface.
  • After starting-up the engine and on a straight surface.
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Question:22

What is the consequence of tyre pressure that is too low?


  • Low tire air pressure has no effect on driving.
  • Increased driving noise.
  • Increased fuel consumption and air pollution.
  • Easy-to-turn steering wheel.
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Question:23

What factor might undermine seat belt functioning and efficiency whilst driving?


  • Exaggerated backward tilting of the seat’.
  • Driving on a rough road.
  • Driving while wearing few layers of clothes which are too hot.
  • Driver tiredness and sleepiness.
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Question:24

Which accessories reduce the severity of injury in a road accident?


  • Rear wipers and head rests.
  • Seat-belts, head-rests and air bags.
  • Fog lights and orthopedic seats.
  • The brake and clutch pedals.
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Question:25

What is a hybrid vehicle?


  • A vehicle which had two regular engines.
  • A vehicle which has an electric engine next to its regular engine.
  • A vehicle which has two electric engines instead of the regular engine.
  • A vehicle which has a solar engine (powered by the suns energy) besides its regular engine.
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Question:26

What danger might be caused due to low air pressure in one of the front wheels?


  • The steering wheel might be pulled to the direction of the wheel with the higher air pressure.
  • There is no danger, as long as the pressure level is at least half of the required pressure.
  • There is no risk. The air pressure in the front wheels is of no importance.
  • The steering wheel might be pulled to the direction of the wheel with the lower air pressure.
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Question:27

What is the SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) airbag system?


  • It is a system of external airbags that inflate after collision.
  • It is an airbag system that balances the vehicle during dangerous turns.
  • It is a system that cools the brakes during emergency braking.
  • It is a system designed to reduce passenger impact, through the inflation of airbags during collision.
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Question:28

Why is it important for the vehicle to have intact bumpers (fenders)?


  • To give the vehicle an aesthetic look.
  • To reduce damage during accidents.
  • To avoid relatively minor accidents.
  • To prevent damage during serious accidents.
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Question:29

When air bags are installed in a vehicle:


  • It is unnecessary to install seat belts in that vehicle.
  • The seat belts must be fastened at all times when the vehicle is in motion.
  • If the airbag system malfunctions, seat belts should not be worn.
  • The seat belts should only be worn when the air big system malfunctions.
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Question:30

What regular vehicle maintenance check-ups should be performed by the driver?


  • Checking the vehicle’s recent mileage.
  • Fluid and oil check, tire air pressure check, and functional check of the lamps and wipers.
  • Checking the vehicle’s registrations.
  • Fluid check, trunk check, and functionality check of the lamps and wipers.
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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