Question:1

How can we prevent our vehicle from skidding?


  • By holding the steering wheel firmly with both hands, and by driving at a similar speed to that of other vehicles on the road.
  • By driving reasonably and using the brakes in a gentle manner.
  • By stepping firmly and continuously on the brake pedal.
  • By turning the steering wheel right, to stabilize the vehicle.
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Question:2

What should a driver do when he approaches a road section on which oil was spilled?


  • Drive faster and avoid stepping on the brake pedal.
  • Slow down as moderately as possible, and avoid heavy l braking.
  • Move the wheel left and right intermittently while driving on the oil.
  • Continue driving normally, because the oil helps to increase tire-road friction.
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Question:3

How are you required to conduct yourself in the following road section?

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  • Accelerate at the entry to the curve, and slow down within it and when coming out of it.
  • Slow down and keep to the right of the road, due to the limited field of vision.
  • Turn in a small radius and adjust your speed.
  • Turn in a bigger radius to maintain reasonable speed.
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Question:4

How would you avoid colliding with a vehicle that drives in the same direction you?


  • These collisions cannot be avoided.
  • Always turn on the distress lights (the four winkers).
  • Keep a sufficient distance from the vehicle in the front. and at the side
  • Always drive with your headlight turned on.
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Question:5

How can we avoid danger when we start driving and when we merge with traffic?


  • Danger can be prevented by turning on all the distress signals and warn other drivers while merging with traffic.
  • Danger can be prevented by driving diagonally and at a higher speed while merging with traffic.
  • By quickly entering the lane in which traffic is flowing.
  • By giving an appropriate signal with the winker, looking in all directions and waiting until no one is obstructed.before driving.
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Question:6

In order to start driving, what is the action the driver has to take before releasing the hand-brake in a vehicle with automatic transmission?


  • Apply the foot brake pedal, to prevent the vehicle from moving.
  • Shifting the gear handle from parking (P) to neutral (N).
  • Pushing the gearbox’s lock button while in parking (P).
  • Shifting the gear handle to neutral (N).
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Question:7

According to the following picture, is it permitted to deviate to the opposite lane?

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  • Yes, the driver already looked at the mirror and nobody came behind him.
  • Yes, you can deviate to the opposite lane after glancing at the mirror, because no one drives behind.
  • Yes, if the winker is turned on, there is no need to glance at the mirror.
  • No, due to the double continuous separation line on the roadway.
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Question:8

How will a dirty front lamp influence night driving?


  • It will affect the field of vision.
  • The field of vision will grow.
  • It will cause a dazzeling (blinding).
  • Dirt will have no affect on the rider ability to recognize problems.
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Question:9

Can unprescribed medications have a negative effect on driving?


  • Yes, but only in the summer.
  • Yes, but only in the winter.
  • Yes.
  • No.
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Question:10

How are you required to conduct yourself according to the situation depicted in the following picture?

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  • Drive faster and quickly pass the danger on your right.
  • Move to the left lane while driving faster and paying attention to the conduct of the cyclist.
  • Slow down and pay attention to any change in the conduct of other road users.
  • Continue driving without doing anything special and give warning signals with the horn.
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Question:11

How would you behave on the road ahead?

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  • The number of lanes is decreasing; stay on your driving lane.
  • The number of lanes is decreasing; move to the right lane and keep to your right.
  • The number of lanes is increasing; choose the middle lane.
  • The number of lanes is increasing; choose the left lane.
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Question:12

What are we required to see in the outer side mirrors of the vehicle?


  • The tip of the vehicle’s side body and the road at the sides of the vehicle.
  • Any moving vehicle to the right of our vehicle.
  • Any vehicle to the left of our vehicle, including pedestrians.
  • The back wheel and the area in front of it.
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Question:13

Which of the following sentences is correct as regards to other drivers?


  • You should assume that other drivers would always give you right of way.
  • You shouldn’t assume that other drivers will always give you right of way.
  • Truck drivers are professional drivers; hence they are less of a danger.
  • Drivers who turn-on the winker, always turn to the direction they signal to.
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Question:14

In the following picture, the response of the drivers to the vehicle that comes out of parking is unclear. How is the truck driver required to respond to this situation?

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  • Slow down and stop if necessary, to verify that the drivers in front of him conduct themselves safely.
  • Stop his vehicle and allow the other vehicle to continue driving.
  • Continue driving and ignore the other exiting vehicle, because the truck has right of passage.
  • Continue driving while honking continuously to alert about an approaching truck.
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Question:15

Driving behind the heavy vehicle in the given road conditions, obligate you to:

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  • The road conditions do not require any special conduct.
  • Drive closely behind the heavy vehicle ahead.
  • Keeping distance is not necessary because the speed is anyway slow.
  • Keep your distance, drive slowly and patiently.
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Question:16

What are the “blind spots”?


  • Elements obstructing the driver’s rear view.
  • The areas around a vehicle in which its driver cannot notice other road users – neither by looking nor by glancing at the mirrors.
  • The area in front of the vehicle only in which the driver can spot pedestrians.
  • The area behind the vehicle only in which the driver cannot notice other vehicles - neither by looking nor by glancing at the mirrors or by any other means.
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Question:17

Can a short refreshment break whilst driving lessen the driver’s tiredness?


  • Yes, after a break of a few minutes you can drive continuously for many hours.
  • Yes, a short break would drive the tiredness away completely.
  • No, a short break is an ineffective way to fight tiredness.
  • Yes, for a short time.
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Question:18

Is there a connection between the driver’s judgment and the use of drugs and alcohol?


  • Alcohol undermines the driver’s judgment, unlike drugs.
  • They both have no impact on the driver’s judgment.
  • Drugs undermine the driver’s judgment, unlike alcohol.
  • They both impair the driver’s judgment.
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Question:19

When visibility conditions are impaired:


  • Stay close to the vehicle in front, to be assisted by its lights.
  • Keep to the right of the road and drive faster until visibility conditions improve.
  • Drive slower and maintain a wider gap from the vehicle in front.
  • Maintain normal speed, but remain constantly alert in case an emergency brake is required.
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Question:20

What is the correct way to check the road when starting to drive and merging with traffic?


  • Glance in the mirrors and turn our head in the direction to which we intend to drive.
  • Look as far as possible ahead.
  • Glance at the rear view mirror and make sure that there are no vehicles behind us.
  • Plan our merging with vehicle traffic near us.
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Question:21

The following picture contains several road elements. How should a driver respond when approaching these elements?

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  • Slow down and keep to the right.
  • He should make a warning honk, continue driving in normal speed, glance at the mirrors and then drive faster to quickly cross the curve.
  • Approaching a curve in high speed is dangerous on a rough road only.
  • In the absence of a road sign warning about an incoming curve, there is no need to slow down. He should continue driving at normal speed.
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Question:22

Which type of vehicle is allowed to stop or be left standing on the hard shoulder of an inter-urban road which is marked as a main road?


  • A work vehicle or a tractor.
  • A vehicle engaged in selling fruits and vegetables to passersby.
  • A vehicle engaged in public works and an I.D.F vehicle - for the purpose of fulfilling their duties.
  • A towing vehicle and a trailer, a truck tractor and a semi-trailer, with a maximum width of three meters.
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Question:23

What is a vehicle’s “stopping distance”?


  • The distance covered by the vehicle as of the moment in which the driver reacts to the risk until he steps on the brake pedal.
  • The required distance for stopping at a certain speed.
  • The distance covered by the vehicle from the beginning of braking until the vehicle stops.
  • The distance covered by the vehicle from the time that the driver identifies the risk ahead of him until the vehicle stops.
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Question:24

A cement mixer is:


  • There is no proper definition for cement mixers.
  • An off-road vehicle.
  • a commercial truck.
  • A special-purpose vehicle.
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Question:25

Which of the vehicles displayed in the picture is not parked correctly?

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  • The vehicle parked while the pedestrian crossing is behind it.
  • Both of them are not lawfully parked.
  • The vehicle park before the pedestrian crossing
  • Both vehicles are lawfully parked.
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Question:26

When are we required to keep a more-than-customary distance from the vehicle driving in front of us?


  • When driving in low speed on an urban road.
  • When trucks or other heavy vehicles are in front of us.
  • Never: A distance of two seconds is always sufficient.
  • When visibility is poor, when driving on a slippery road or when we are tired.
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Question:27

The distance covered by a vehicle from the moment we step on the brake pedal until the vehicle stops becomes bigger:


  • The faster we drive.
  • The longer is the response time.
  • The slower we drive.
  • The newer is the vehicle.
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Question:28

What effect does driving whilst keeping proper distance from the vehicle in front has on the vehicle’s fuel consumption and wear?


  • It is required to keep a proper distance to prevent accidents only, and it has no effect on the vehicle’s wear or fuel consumption.
  • The shorter is the distance kept from the vehicle in front, the lower are both brake wear and fuel consumption.
  • In order to keep proper distance from the vehicle in front you are required to constantly use the brakes, and therefore it causes quick brake wear.
  • When proper distance is kept – brake wear and engine fuel consumption are reduced,
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Question:29

What is the purpose of the “hard shoulder” on freeways?

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  • It is an escape place in case of danger.
  • It is a place to stop and talk on the cellular phone,
  • It is a place for parking and stopping for the purpose of driver refreshment.
  • It is a lane used for overtaking restricted vehicles, which illegally drive in the right lane
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Question:30

You are driving a vehicle that approaches the cyclist in the picture from behind. What risk might be posed by the cyclist ?

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  • There is no risk. Pass the cyclist quickly.
  • The cyclist might pull onto the roadway or otherwise trip and fall into it.
  • The cyclist rides on the sidewalk (pavement) and therefore the bicycles pose no risk.
  • The cyclist is an adult and poses no risk.
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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