Accidents that are a result of driver fatigue might occur:

  • On narrow and winding roads only, and not in straight, wide and comfortable road sections.
  • On roads with long and steep descents only.
  • When the driver’s level of alertness decreases.
  • On roads with long and steep uphill sections only.
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According to the following picture, what caused the poor field of vision?

  • A disruption in the field of vision can only be a result of blinding by another vehicle driving in the opposite direction.
  • The disruption is caused because the distance between the two vehicles is too small.
  • The fog caused the poor field of vision.
  • The disruption shown in the picture is inevitable, regardless of its cause.
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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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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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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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A driver approaches a pedestrian crossing marked on the road.Although ther are no pedestrians on the crossing. The driver should,

  • Slow down to ensure that there no pedestrians in the vicinity.
  • Pass with caution but no need to slow down.
  • Accelerate before pedestrians arrive
  • Sound the horn and accelerate to clear the crossing
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What are the specific risks and problems in crossing intersections?

  • Many and various contact points between the different types of vehicle through the intersection.
  • Crossing the intersections takes a long time; an upsetting fact for drivers.
  • The fact that vehicles approach the intersection from different directions causes no problem. The problem is only with pedestrians.
  • Specific risks and problems are present only in intersections with traffic lights.
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How are you required to conduct yourself according to the occurrence that is depicted in the following picture?

  • The fruits on the road are of no significance to you.
  • The vehicle might slip while braking, as a result of the fruits on the road, only when the roadway is wet from rain; hence, you don’t need to slow down.
  • The fruits on the roadway cannot cause the vehicle to lose its grip of the roadway; hence, you don’t need to slow down.
  • Slow down and drive carefully. The road’s conditions, e.g. the fruits on the road, prevent a good grip on the road.
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When is it required to operate the parking (hand) brake whilst parking?

  • Only when the vehicle is parked on a steep descent.
  • Always.
  • Only when the vehicle is parked uphill.
  • Only on a wet road.
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Upon parking your vehicle on the right of the road in an urban:

  • you must make sure that alighting from the vehicle will not cause a disturbance to any other road user
  • you must make sure that your rear seat passenger alights carefully
  • you must make sure that you distance from the kerb isnot more that 1 mtr.
  • you must put on your parking lights if there is no street lighting
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When would the following vehicles be able to continue driving?

  • Only when the barrier is completely opened and a green light is shown by the traffic light.
  • You should only refer to the barrier and not to the traffic light.
  • When the light in the traffic light changes to a steady yellow.
  • Immediately as the barrier starts to open and a flickering red light is shown by the traffic light.
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How does driving on the right side of the road affect drivers field of vision?

  • Keeping to the right improves the field of vision of the drivers in the vehicles behind you.
  • Driving on the right reduces the view angle of those driving behind you.
  • There is no connection between driving on the right and the field of view.
  • The field of vision is not affected: A comfortable field of view can only be created by doubling the required distance between vehicles.
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How are you required to conduct yourself according to the following picture?

  • Slow down and continue driving. It seems, from the looks of the pedestrians, that they noticed your intention to continue driving.
  • The pedestrians almost finished crossing. Continue driving and pass them carefully.
  • Honk continuously to the pedestrians so that they allow you to continue driving.
  • Stop, pedestrians are crossing the roadway.
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How do dirty mirrors affect vehicle safety?

  • Dirt might damage the safety systems.
  • A clean vehicle helps to improve the driver’s concentration and general feeling.
  • A dirty vehicle endangers and pollutes its close environment.
  • They impair the driver’s vision.
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When a driver approaches a narrow bridge, he should:

  • Cross the bridge as quickly as possible, to allow vehicles coming from the opposite direction to pass it without delays.
  • Slow down while approaching and crossing the bridge.
  • Stop before the bridge for safety reasons and then cross it quickly.
  • Drive faster only while approaching the bridge, and drive slowly on the bridge – in order to enhance safety.
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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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One of the conditions justifying an overtaking of a driving vehicle is:

  • That the overtaking vehicle is delayed as a result of the slow driving of the vehicle in front.
  • There are no conditions that justify an overtaking.
  • That the difference in speed between the overtaking and the overtaken vehicles is sufficient to complete the manouver.
  • That the overtaken vehicle drives slower than the maximum statutory speed.
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What limitations occur on the road ahead of you?

  • Driving is on an urban road.
  • (1) Road works ahead (2) a speed limit and (3) no overtaking.
  • Limited field of vision.
  • Congested traffic on the roadway.
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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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On a sharp curve, slow down:

  • When you exit the curve.
  • Straight after entering the curve.
  • All along the curve.
  • Before entering the curve.
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What is the correct sentence according to the following picture?

  • The road tanker driver doesn’t keep to the right of the roadway, even though he can not see the vehicles coming from the opposite direction.
  • The road tanker driver is driving far from the “soft shoulders” and in this way avoids risks.
  • The marking on the roadway is not clear enough.
  • The road tanker driver is driving correctly in the middle of the road, so that he can see better the vehicles coming from the opposite direction.
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The risk of skidding on a wet road is greater:

  • The slower you drive.
  • The faster you drive.
  • The risk of skidding on a wet road is identical to the risk of skidding on a dry road.
  • The newer are the tires.
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How would you conduct yourself according to the picture:

  • Drive faster and move to the left lane.
  • The pedestrian is not using a pedestrian crossing. Signal to him in whichever way to clear the roadway.
  • Honk loudly to the pedestrian so that he clears the roadway quickly.
  • Slow down and even stop if necessary to allow the pedestrian to cross the road.
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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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In your opinion, is the truck positioned correctly within the curve?

  • When driving on a sharp curve, it is required to stay in it as shortly as possible; hence his position is correct.
  • 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.
  • No, the truck driver is not keeping to the right of the road and his position presents a risk to any vehicle coming from the opposite direction.
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The traffic light in your direction of driving is green. To what are you required to pay attention when approaching it?

  • Ignore the handicap vehicle parked on the right.
  • Pay attention only to the light shown in the traffic light.
  • Approach and cross the intersection quickly.
  • The sudden appearance of pedestrians emerging from between the parked vehicles.
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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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What vehicle features should be adjusted in order to ensure a comfortable and safe sitting position?

  • The side mirrors and the radio stations.
  • The seat’s position, the angle of the back rest, and the steering wheel position.
  • The head rests and the position of the pedals.
  • The seat’s position and the air flow direction from the vents.
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How should one change lanes?

  • Signal with the winker and make a short diagonal deviation to the intended lane.
  • After checking and taking account of the position and speed of other vehicles in the intended lane.
  • Drive as close as possible to the desired lane, and when no vehicle drives behind you – signal with the winker and make a short diagonal deviation to the intended lane.
  • Deviate quickly and fearlessly in a short diagonal, and verify that you are signaling with the winker.
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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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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