Question:1

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).
Category : Safety

Question:2

How can you be safe while driving on a congested road?

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  • By sticking close to the vehicle in front.
  • By keeping distance from your front only.
  • When driving on a congested road, no special attention should be given to the issue of safety.
  • Make sure to make a peripheral check, keep a safe distance in all directions and drive at a reasonable speed.
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Question:3

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:4

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:5

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:6

What is the effect of driving at a high speed during an accident?


  • The driver’s response time is significantly shortened, and safety is enhanced.
  • High speed does not influence the outcome of the accident.
  • It causes greater force of collision and a more severe impact on humans and damage to property.
  • The driver’s response time is lengthened, and safety is thus enhanced.
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Question:7

Which driver related ability is impaired during fog?


  • Vehicle acceleration.
  • Braking.
  • Steering.
  • Vision
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Question:8

What is the main risk of driving in reverse?


  • Causing damage to the vehicle’s tires, when approaching the sidewalk or sharp objects.
  • The presence of road users in the driver’s “blind spots” and the chance of hitting them.
  • Lack of control over a slow and steady driving speed due to gear restrictions.
  • Causing damage to the steering system, because the wheel is used oppositely to its normal use while driving forward.
Category : Safety

Question:9

What is the order of actions the driver needs to take before slowing down?


  • Step firmly on the brake pedal, to inform the driver behind you began to slow down.
  • Give a hand signal to the driver behind, glance at the mirror to see his response and slow down.
  • Turn your head backwards, step on the brake pedal to slow down and finally take a quick look at the mirrors.
  • Glance at the mirrors, ease off the accelerator pedal and use the brakes or gears.
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Question:10

“Drinking alcohol has an adverse effect on eyesight”: Correct or incorrect?


  • Correct.
  • Incorrect.
  • It is only correct for drivers wearing eyeglasses.
  • It is only correct during the night.
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Question:11

The ability to control the vehicle in order to prevent accidents:


  • Improves the faster you drive.
  • Is higher the slower you drive.
  • Depends on the size of the tires.
  • Is not dependent on speed at all.
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Question:12

What is the meaning of the term “driving at a reasonable speed”?


  • Driving at a speed that allows the driver to perform other actions, which are not essential to driving.
  • Driving in a similar speed to that of the other drivers around you.
  • Taking account of road and traffic conditions, in a manner that the driver maintains absolute control of the vehicle and can stop safely at all times.
  • When the driving speed is determined at the driver’s own discretion, and provided that it doesn’t exceed the statutory speed limit.
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Question:13

What are the advantages of looking far ahead?


  • Looking far ahead extends the braking distance and enhances safety.
  • Obtaining all the information required for planning the drive according to the road’s conditions and avoiding surprises.
  • Forward is the only important direction for drivers, and therefore they should look straight ahead.
  • It allows you to engage in other activities at the same time, such as searching for an address in the GPS.
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Question:14

In order to overtake safely, the overtaking driver should:


  • Start overtaking only when the road is clear in a sufficient distance, and verify while overtaking that the road is still clear.
  • Overtake only when a sign permitting overtaking is placed.
  • Overtake in a speed that exceeds speed limit, in order to clear the road way.
  • Always overtake at a slow speed and with patience.
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Question:15

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:16

Driving at dark with the high beam turned on might:


  • Waste electricity.
  • Blind (dazzle) other drivers.
  • Spoil the battery.
  • Impair the driver’s vision.
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Question:17

According to the picture, how should drivers before the traffic light behave?

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  • Stop and get ready to start driving.
  • Start driving.
  • Continue driving.
  • Prepare to stop, because red light is about to appear.
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Question:18

How would you conduct yourself under the situation that is depicted in the following picture?

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  • You should not obey the traffic light signals. Follow the road signs only.
  • Stop before the junction and do not enter into it.
  • Stop before the junction and then drive through uninterruptedly.
  • Give right-of-way to the traffic on the crossing road.
Category : Safety

Question:19

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:20

How would you start the engine of an automatic transmission vehicle?


  • Make sure the gear handle is in (D) and the hand brake is released.
  • Make sure the hand brake is applied, and the gear selector is in (P) or (N).
  • The selected gear is of no significance. Just make sure that the hand brake is not released.
  • Make sure the gear selector is in (R) and the hand brake is released.
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Question:21

Why should we avoid running the vehicle’s engine in a closed placed?


  • Because the emitted burnt gases (exhaust)are toxic.
  • To avoid engine over-heating due to poor ventilation.
  • There is no need to avoid it, because it is not important whether or not the engine is running in a closed or open place.
  • Because the engine cannot be operated in a closed place.
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Question:22

Choose the only correct sentence:


  • The braking distance is always greater than the stopping distance.
  • The braking distance always equals the response distance.
  • The response distance is always longer than the braking distance
  • The stopping distance is always greater than the braking distance.
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Question:23

What is the problem in the following picture?

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  • The bus cannot enter the bay and will disturb traffic when stopping.
  • The presence of the florist in the station makes the passengers’ stay in it more pleasant and it causes no problem.
  • The presence of the florist causes the bus to linger too much time in the station.
  • The flowers placed at the station block the view of the passengers waiting in it.
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Question:24

Is it obligatory to use an appropriate lower gear on every steep descent?


  • No.
  • Only on steep descents of at least one kilometer.
  • Yes.
  • Only when a “descent ahead” sign is placed at the beginning of the descent.
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Question:25

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:26

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:27

What should the driver verify before starting-up the engine?


  • That the hand (parking) brake is released.
  • That the hand (parking) brake is on.
  • There is nothing the driver must do before starting-up the engine.
  • That the vehicle has a sufficient amount of windshield cleaning fluid in the appropriate compartment.
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Question:28

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:29

How would you conduct yourself in a vehicle with automatic transmission, when driving down a continuous steep road?


  • Apply the brake pedal intermittently to slow the vehicle down and shift into a lower gear, depending on the slope.
  • Shift into high gear according to the slope and step continuously on the brake pedal to slow down.
  • On a steep and continuous downhill road, use the brake system only, without shifting into an adjusted gear.
  • On a steep and continuous downhill road, shift into an appropriate gear and continue driving.
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Question:30

What is a driver required to do after driving through a puddle and dampening the brakes?


  • He shouldn’t do anything. There is no connection between water and the braking system.
  • Drive fast to dry the brakes.
  • Tow the vehicle to the nearest garage.
  • Drive very slowly until the brakes dry out and resume normal functioning.
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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