Question:1

Where is it permitted to park LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) fuelled vehicles?


  • In LPG-Vehicle permitted parking lots, according to the directions of the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
  • In regular parking lots designated for gasoline vehicles.
  • In parking lots designated for private passenger cars only.
  • In LPG-Vehicle permitted parking lots, according to the directions of the Vehicle’s importer.
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Question:2

When is it permitted to pass more than one vehicle during one overtaking maneuver?


  • It is permitted in a straight and level roadway only, and prohibited in any other type of road.
  • Never: You are lawfully obliged to overtake only one vehicle during an overtaking maneuver, and to return to the right lane.
  • When overtaking is not restricted, and there is enough space in the overtaking lane for safe completion of the overtaking maneuver.
  • It is permitted when you overtake small vehicles only, and prohibited when you overtake big vehicles.
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Question:3

How can we moderate a situation in which our vehicle skids on the road?


  • Through correct speed ,steering and a correct and early use of the brakes.
  • By strongly turning the wheel left and right, to stabilize the vehicle.
  • By holding the steering wheel firmly with both hands.
  • By stepping firmly and continuously on the brake pedal.
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Question:4

On a sharp curve, slow down:

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  • When you exit the curve.
  • Straight after entering the curve.
  • All along the curve.
  • Before entering the curve.
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Question:5

In an automatic gearbox, what is a driver required to do before shifting from the P gear to any other gear?


  • Apply the brakes firmly.
  • Step firmly on the accelerator.
  • Step firmly on the clutch pedal.
  • Step on the brake and the clutch pedals simultaneously. And then shift to the required gear.
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Question:6

Where would you stand your vehicle after being required to pull onto the “hard shoulder”?

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  • Across the canal that is adjacent to the road’s edge.
  • No more than 40cm from the road’s edge.
  • With its two left wheels on the road.
  • As far as possible from the edge of the road.
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Question:7

What is the danger caused by fueling the vehicle while its engine is running?


  • There is no danger in keeping the engine running during vehicle fueling.
  • Combustion of fuel fumes by a spark.
  • When the engine is kept running, fuel consumption is increased.
  • Engine overheating might flare-up the fuel.
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Question:8

When you apply the brake pedal during an emergency braking:


  • The vehicle stops on the spot.
  • The vehicle continues to a certain distance until reaching a complete stop.
  • The vehicle stops on the spot only when you drive at 50 k.p.h or slower.
  • The vehicle’s braking distance is constant, regardless of your driving speed.
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Question:9

The wind resistance that a driving vehicle faces affects:


  • The vehicle’s speed and tire wear.
  • The wear and tear of the steering wheel system,
  • The capacity of the vehicle’s brakes.
  • The vehicle’s stability and speed.
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Question:10

The driver’s reaction distance is the distance covered by the vehicle:


  • From the moment the driver steps on the brake pedal until the vehicle makes a complete stop.
  • From the moment the driver identifies the danger ahead until the moment he begins to react to the danger.
  • From the initial reaction until the end of the vehicle’s braking.
  • From the moment the driver identifies the risk ahead until the vehicle makes a complete stop.
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Question:11

How should the driver of the silver vehicle respond, when the driver of the dark vehicle wants to park his vehicle in reverse between two vehicles next to the sidewalk?

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  • Enter the parking by himself and prevent the driver of the dark vehicle from parking.
  • Slow down or even stop and allow the driver of the dark vehicle to finish parking.
  • Continue driving normally, as if he did not identify the intentions of the other driver.
  • Drive closer to the dark vehicle, honk, and overtake it quickly.
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Question:12

What are the characteristics of a mountain road?

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  • Many pedestrians and animals.
  • Wide and unmarked roadways.
  • Mountain roads are never paved.
  • Narrow and winding roadway, sharp curves, bends and sudden slopes.
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Question:13

Which measures would you take in the following situation?

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  • Slow down and stop if necessary.
  • Slow down and honk, to make the pedestrian stop.
  • There is no need to do anything special, because the pedestrian is far away from you.
  • Drive faster and move to the left lane.
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Question:14

In your opinion, is the white vehicle within the curve positioned correctly?

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  • No, the vehicle is close to the middle of the roadway and it endangers vehicles coming from the opposite direction.
  • In sharp curves it is necessary to “cut” through the curve, in order to reduce the centrifugal force (the force that acts on the vehicle while it turns).
  • When there is no other vehicle in the curve it is possible to be positioned anywhere within it.
  • When driving on a sharp curve, it is required to stay in it as shortly as possible; hence his position is correct.
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Question:15

The vehicle’s braking distance is the distance covered by the vehicle:


  • From the moment of identifying the risk until the vehicle starts to brake.
  • From the moment the driver identifies the risk ahead until the vehicle makes a complete stop.
  • From the moment the driver identifies the risk ahead until he starts stepping on the brake pedal.
  • From the moment the driver steps on the brake pedal until the vehicle comes to a complete stop.
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Question:16

What are you always obliged to do while driving in reverse?


  • Drive in low gear, according to the road’s conditions, in a steep descent only.
  • Operate an external reverse-drive buzzer in all types of vehicles, including private cars.
  • Place a person to guide the driver, in a spot where the driver can see him.
  • Take care as well as appropriate measures to prevent danger, impact, nuisance or disturbance.
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Question:17

What effect does the distance between vehicles have on the overtaking process?

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  • Short distance reduces the field of vision and increases the risk in overtaking.
  • The closer we are to the vehicle in front of us, the safer is the deviation while overtaking.
  • The distance between vehicles has no effect on the safety of overtaking.
  • The closer we are to the vehicle in front of us, the shorter and safer is the overtaking distance.
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Question:18

What is required in order to change lanes without causing any disturbance or risk?


  • The driver should only verify that he gives a signal with the winker while changing lanes.
  • The driver should give a timely signal from a sufficient distance, perform a peripheral check in all directions, and glance at the mirrors, before starting to change lanes.
  • The driver should communicate with other drivers and give a signal 3km before changing lanes.
  • The driver should give a signal with the winker and with the headlights while changing lanes.
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Question:19

When a rear camera is installed in a vehicle:


  • It displays the dead spots behind the vehicle.
  • It displays the dead spots around the vehicle.
  • It displays the dead spots in the vehicle’s front side.
  • It displays the dead spots behind the vehicle, while driving forward only.
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Question:20

What are we required to check and verify before starting-up the vehicle’s engine?


  • That the foot brake is pressed, the parking brake secured, the gear handle is in Neutral (N) and the clutch is pressed (in automatic vehicles – Parking (P))
  • The parking brake is released, the gear handle is in first gear and the clutch is pressed.
  • The parking brake is released, the gear handle is on Neutral (in automatic vehicles – N) and the clutch is pressed.
  • The parking brake is secured, the gear handle is on first gear (in automatic vehicles – D) and the clutch is pressed.
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Question:21

While turning, what natural force pushes the vehicle against the direction of the turn?


  • Gravity.
  • Centrifugal force.
  • The force of inertia.
  • None of the natural forces affect the vehicle while turning.
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Question:22

When approaching a vehicle that unloads children, you should:


  • Slow down and drive cautiously at a low speed.
  • Honk and overtake the vehicle from its left side.
  • Pull into the “hard shoulders” and pass the vehicle from its right side.
  • Overtake it quickly to reduce danger.
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Question:23

The vehicle coming from your opposite direction (1) started to turn to his left. How would you respond?

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  • Turn right to avoid collision.
  • Maintain your current speed and take right of way.
  • Honk to warn the driver and maintain your driving speed.
  • Slow down or stop and allow the white vehicle in the intersection to complete the turn..
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Question:24

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:25

The white vehicle (1) and the silver vehicle (2) at the intersection, intend to enter the same road. Which of them is obliged to give right of way?

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  • The first one to turn.
  • The white vehicle.
  • The first one to enter the road.
  • The silver vehicle (2) at the intersection.
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Question:26

”When you drink alcohol, it will take you more time to recover from dazzling(blinding)”. Correct or incorrect?


  • Incorrect.
  • It is correct for young people only.
  • It is correct for people wearing eyeglasses only.
  • Correct.
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Question:27

Why is it important to drive on the right side of the road?

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  • It allows you to be assisted by the yellow line for driving in a straight line.
  • It qllows vehicle passengers to easily exit the vehicle.
  • Driving on the right side of the road is of no significance, except for one-way roadways.
  • In order to keep a distance from incoming traffic from the opposite direction, and reducing the risk of “head on” collision.
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Question:28

In order to avoid hitting a vehicle that makes a sudden stop in front of you:


  • Keep your foot on the brake pedal so that you can also stop if needed.
  • Try to overtake it so it will be behind you.
  • Always keep sufficient distance from the vehicle in front .
  • Stop immediately upon noticing the brake lights of the vehicle in front, regardless of your distance from him.
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Question:29

What is the advantage of driving at a low speed during dangerous situations?


  • The driver’s reacting time is longer and he has enough time for making the right decisions.
  • The driver’s reacting, braking and stopping times are all longer, and therefore safety is improved.
  • The drrivers quicker reaction, braking and stopping times are all shorter.
  • The driver’s reacting time is longer and is sufficient for stopping.
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Question:30

What are the provisions for driving in a straight line, without swerving?


  • Glancing at the separation line and keeping a constant distance from it.
  • Focusing on the furthest possible object you can see.
  • Driving while constantly following the roadway’s delineating yellow line.
  • Keeping to the right of the road, while maintaining a constant distance from the right yellow line.
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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