Question:1

What is the function of the ABS System?


  • To shorten the life span of the tires.
  • To facilitate softer and milder braking on a wet roadway.
  • To maintain the vehicle’s steering and maneuvering abilities during emergency braking.
  • To facilitate softer and milder braking on a dry roadway.
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Question:2

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:3

When is it required to exchange the vehicle’s fire extinguisher?


  • Every other annual test, meaning once every two years.
  • When it was fully or partially used, or when its pressure gauge indicates low internal pressure.
  • Every year, before the vehicle’s annual test.
  • When you cannot hear the material moving inside the fire extinguisher.
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Question:4

The correct vehicle tire size is:


  • The size that was determined by the vehicle’s manufacturer.
  • The size recommended by the tire professional in the garage (the tire repairman).
  • The size that was determined by the tire manufacturer.
  • The size that appears to be most suitable for the vehicle.
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Question:5

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:6

How would you ensure economic fuel consumption?


  • By shifting to the appropriate gear and maintaining a moderate driving speed of up to 90 k.p.h.
  • By driving in low gear and maintaining a driving speed of more than 120 k.p.h, without any aggressive accelerations or decelerations.
  • By shifting as much as possible to neutral gear while driving downhill.
  • By driving in low gear and maintaining a driving speed of more than 90 k.p.h.
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Question:7

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:8

When is it recommended to check tire pressure?


  • After driving, when the tires are hot.
  • Only before the vehicle’s annual test.
  • The manner of checking air pressure is of no significance.
  • Before driving, when the tires are cold.
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Question:9

Which of the vehicle’s systems might cause an uneven wear of the front tires?


  • The air conditioning system.
  • The steering system.
  • The braking system.
  • The electricity system.
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Question:10

Which of the following warning indicators does not require the driver to stop driving when it lights-up?


  • Engine temperature.
  • The fuel level indicator.
  • Brakes failure.
  • Engine oil pressure.
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Question:11

What should a driver verify before lifting his car to change a wheel?


  • He must ensure, in all possible ways that the vehicle cannot move.
  • That the auxiliary (parking/hand) is secured until the wheel is taken off, and then released while the new wheel is installed.
  • That the auxiliary (parking/hand) brake is released until the wheel is taken off, and then tightened while the new wheel is installed.
  • That the auxiliary (parking/hand) is free and released, and that the vehicle is in low gear during the entire course of the wheel change.
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Question:12

Regular vehicle maintenance, in accordance with the manufacturer’s manual, will:


  • Annuls the need for an annual test.
  • Reduce fuel consumption as well as wear and tear of vehicle parts.
  • Is only required if the vehicle is frequently used.
  • In a new model vehicle, maintenance is not required at all.
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Question:13

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:14

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:15

What might be causing the steering wheel to be pulled, in a non voluntary manner, to either side whilst driving?


  • A malfunction in the braking system only.
  • A malfunction in the vehicle’s engine.
  • Low air pressure in one of the back wheels.
  • Low air pressure in one of the front wheels.
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Question:16

When the tire air pressure is too low, it might cause:


  • Quick wear and tear of the braking system.
  • Easy wheel manipulation.
  • Tire overheating.
  • Low fuel consumption.
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Question:17

The one of the functions of the grooves in the tyre tread

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  • To facilitate water drainage between the road and the tire and to prevent engine wear.
  • To facilitate water drainage between the road and the tire and to maintain tire air pressure,
  • To facilitate water drainage between the road and the tire and to prevent tire wear.
  • Is too allow water drainage from the tire on wet roads and greater friction and contact with the road..
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Question:18

When we want to verify that the vehicle’s tire air pressure is correct:


  • We should take the vehicle to a licensed garage, which is the only place allowed to check tire air pressure.
  • We check the air pressure with a tire pressure gauge.
  • It is enough to just look at the tires.
  • We should take the vehicle to a licensed tire repairman, which is the only one allowed to check tire air pressure.
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Question:19

What is a vehicle GPS navigation system?


  • A system providing information about vehicle location and assisting the driver to reach his destination.
  • An efficiency enhancement sub-system within the steering system.
  • A system checking the proper function of the vehicle’s computerized systems.
  • A system measuring the vehicle’s fuel consumption.
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Question:20

How would you conduct yourself in case of brake overheating as a result of continuous braking?


  • Continue driving normally and don’t use the brakes much.
  • Use the parking brake temporarily.
  • Continue driving fast to ventilate the brakes.
  • Stop! Wait for the brakes to cool down and continue driving on very low gear.
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Question:21

What is considered as a proper vehicle maintenance frequency?


  • As required, and according to the pace in which malfunctions are detected in the vehicle.
  • At the discretion of the vehicle’s owner only.
  • The maintenance frequency recommended by the vehicle’s manufacturer.
  • As recommended by the insurance company.
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Question:22

What part of the vehicle reduces whiplash during collision?


  • The safety belts.
  • The rear bumper.
  • The head rests of the vehicle’s seats.
  • The air bags.
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Question:23

What might be the consequence of excessive brake use?


  • Overcooling of the brakes and increase of braking efficiency.
  • Overheating of the brakes and decrease of braking efficiency.
  • Excessive use of the brakes should cause no concern.
  • The power of the engine might be decreased and it might even stop working.
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Question:24

When is it recommended to check the tire air pressure?


  • When the tires are hot.
  • When the tires are cold.
  • Once a year.
  • Before every periodic treatment.
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Question:25

Where would you place the jack stand while changing a wheel?


  • The place is insignificant.
  • In the place that was marked by the manufacturer, or in another strong and safe place, close to the wheel you want to replace.
  • As close as possible to the vehicle’s rear.
  • At the most convenient place for the driver.
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Question:26

What is the relation between the vehicle’s air bags and safety belts during an accident?


  • If seat belts are not buckled, the passengers will be severely struck by the air bags.
  • There is no relation between the air bags and the seat belts.
  • The air bag only operates when the seat belt is not.
  • It is not obligatory to wear seat belts when air bags are installed in the vehicle.
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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

What are the risks of driving a vehicle with a leaking engine exhaust system?


  • Engine over-heating.
  • The penetration of burnt gases to the passenger compartment, which might cause loss of consciousness.
  • It might harm nearby vehicles.
  • There is no risk in driving a vehicle with a leaking emission system.
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Question:29

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:30

What is the function of the vehicle’s starter?


  • To turn the engine and cause it to ignite..
  • Connect the engine to the wheels.
  • Control the engine’s operation.
  • Disconnect the engine from the wheels.
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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