Question:1

What are you required to do when the engine temperature lamp indicates engine overheating?


  • Continue driving in high speed to achieve strong ventilation that would help to cool down the engine.
  • Continue driving slowly to achieve strong ventilation that would help to cool down the engine.
  • Shut off the engine, clear passengers away from the place and call for help.
  • Stop the vehicle and leave the engine working on medium RPM in order to cool down. If it doesn’t cool down, shut-off the engine.
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Question:2

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:3

The required air pressure in the vehicle’s tires:


  • Is written on a sticker inside the vehicle.
  • Is written in the insurance policy.
  • Is written in the vehicle’s registration documents.
  • Is written in the insurance certificate.
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Question:4

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:5

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:6

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:7

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:8

What should you pay attention to whilst parking in a closed parking lgarage?


  • The engine should continue running for at least 20 minutes, until it cools down.
  • The engine should not be left running for a long time, since the parking garaget is poorly ventilated.
  • The engine should not be left running for more than half an hour continuously.
  • Nothing. There are no restrictions on parking inside a closed parking lot.
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Question:9

The auxiliary (parking/hand) brake may also be used:


  • To reduce wear and tear of the braking system.
  • As an emergency brake .
  • To prevent the vehicle from moving only.
  • To assist drivers while driving in reverse.
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Question:10

How does the vehicle’s Electronic Stability Program (ESP) System function during dangerous driving conditions?


  • It checks the tires’ air pressure and activates the hand-brake in order to slow down the vehicle’s speed.
  • It controls the engine’s power only.
  • It controls the steering wheel.
  • It activates the brakes on on all weels seperately and controls the engine’s power.
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Question:11

Head lights which are not properly adjusted:


  • Make the driver more alert.
  • Cause self-blinding of the driver.
  • Have no effect on driving and on vehicle control.
  • Do not illuminate the road properly.
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Question:12

The manufacure date of a vehicle’s tire is:


  • Noted in the vehicle book.
  • Marked on the tire.
  • Noted in the vehicle’s registration document.
  • Noted in the vehicle’s insurance policy.
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Question:13

What might happen as a result of brake over- heating?


  • The engine will overheat.
  • The vehicle will lose its steering properties.
  • The tires will heat and wear-out more.
  • The brakes efficiency is significantly reduced.
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Question:14

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:15

Is it permitted to change the size of tires on a vehicle?


  • Only if it is approved in advance by the Licensing Authority in the Ministry of Transportation.
  • Yes, to any size the driver wants, provided that all the vehicle’s wheels are replaced with new ones.
  • Yes, if the change is approved by the insurance company.
  • Absolutely not.
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Question:16

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:17

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:18

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:19

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


  • Increased driving noise at high speeds.
  • Increased wear and tear of the gear box.
  • Rapid wear and tear of the steering wheel.
  • Accelerated wear and tear of the tyres and reduced vehicle stability.
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Question:20

How should a driver verify that the hydraulic brake system is properly functioning?


  • The driver is not required to do anything as regards to the proper function of the braking system.
  • The braking system does not require any checks and treatments by the driver.
  • By checking the level of the brake fluid, checking the braking efficiency, and monitoring vibration and noise whilst braking.
  • B y means of a general check of the braking system once every five years.
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Question:21

What will be the result of moderate driving, without performing heavy engine accelerations?


  • Savings in the vehicle’s electricity consumption.
  • Engine fuel consumption savings.
  • Driving becomes longer than necessary.
  • Engine oil consumption savings.
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Question:22

An efficient Braking System with ABS:


  • How braking cancels the ABS.
  • Hard braking will cut out the engine.
  • Hard braking causes stopping on the spot.
  • Hard braking causes vibrations and noise.
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Question:23

For what reason might the indicator warning light on the dashboard flash too quickly?


  • When one of the indicator bulbs is not working or malfunctioning.
  • Malfunction of the dashboard.
  • Low battery voltage.
  • When the signal stick is not positioned properly.
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Question:24

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:25

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:26

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:27

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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Question:28

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:29

Why is it necessary to use the handbrake for parking only?


  • The parking brake cannot be used as an emergency brake.
  • Because its handle or lever is not convenient to operate.
  • Because its life span is short and shouldn’t be wasted on regular braking.
  • Because the parking brake doesn’t work on all the wheels and it doesn’t have much power.
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Question:30

You may reduce your vehicle’s fuel consumption by:


  • Driving calmly within the speed limit and making sure that the tire pressure is correct.
  • Driving calmly within speed limit, using the lowest gear.
  • Driving as slow as possible and reducing the vehicle’s excess weight.
  • Driving as fast as possible and reducing the vehicle’s excess weight.
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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