Driving at dark with the high beam turned on might:

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


How would you conduct yourself according to the picture?

  • Glance at the mirrors, slow down and stop if necessary.
  • Drive faster and honk gently.
  • Honk for warning and continue driving in normal speed.
  • Honk loudly to warn pedestrians.
Category : Safety


What is the correct way for changing lanes?

  • Lane change should be done in two stages: First deviating and then signaling with the hand.
  • Lane change should be done in two stages: First deviating and then communicating with the other drivers.
  • You should pass to the other lane through the shortest diagonal distance and as quickly as possible.
  • First perform a check and glance at the mirrors, then check the lane you want to pass to, verify that you can pass to it and then deviate moderately (diagonally) to the other lane.
Category : Safety


The silver vehicle (1) exits from parking while driving in reverse. What would be your reaction?

  • Honk. Blink your headlights and continue driving.
  • Swerve to the opposite lane and continue driving normally.
  • Slow down and prepare to stop (2).
  • Block the silver vehicle’s driving lane and allow the red vehicle to get out.
Category : Safety


How can we minimize the risk of brake loss while driving on a mountain road?

  • It is advisable to use the brakes without utilizing the engine’s braking power.
  • Drive in anappropriate (low) gear and avoid excessive use of the brakes.
  • Don’t use the brakes much and stay on high gear.
  • Do not change gears along the mountain road.
Category : Safety


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.
Category : Safety


“Drinking alcohol disrupts the coordination between limbs”: Correct or incorrect?

  • It depends on the driver.
  • Incorrect.
  • Correct.
  • It is sometimes correct.
Category : Safety


What are the risks of driving in high speeds?

  • Serious damage to the vehicles front tires and steering system.
  • Fast wear and tear of the engine.
  • There is risk in driving in high speeds.
  • Reduced ability of stopping the vehicle in time in order to prevent an accident, and even loss of control over the vehicle.
Category : Safety


What is the risk in braking while being forced to pull onto the “hard shoulder”?

  • The Vehicle may spin as a result of braking on different types of road surfaces that have different grades of friction.
  • Loss of steering ability as a result of excessive air pressure in the tires.
  • Loss of steering ability as a result of excessive brake use.
  • Vehicle spinning, because its front wheels become locked.
Category : Safety


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.
Category : Safety


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

  • Keep driving routinely when the road is clear.
  • Pass quickly next to the road sign.
  • Slow down and keep to the right; winding road ahead.
  • Honk before entering the curve.
Category : Safety


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,
Category : Safety


What is the advantage of driving on the right side of the road?

  • It helps to escape quickly to the “hard shoulders” in case of danger.
  • It allows you to stay within the permitted distance of 40cm from the road’s edge.
  • There is no advantage in driving on the right side of the road, except for one-way roadways.
  • It reduces the response distance in case of immediate danger.
Category : Safety


Which factors affect the driver’s decision to shift to higher or lower gear?

  • The speed limit in that road section.
  • The vehicle’s speed, considering traffic condition, road condition and visibility.
  • When driving uphill, there is no consideration whether to shift to higher or lower gear.
  • The only affecting factor is the cumulative driving distance.
Category : Safety


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

  • 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.
Category : Safety


What are we required to see in the inner mirror of the vehicle?

  • The surrounding that is seen from the rear windshield and, as much as possible, from both its sides.
  • The passengers in the back seats.
  • The view from the right and left sides of the vehicle.
  • The rear view and the “blind spots” within it.
Category : Safety


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?

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


What is the best way to reduce the dangers whilst driving in reverse?

  • By taking a proper and continuous all round view and by driving slowly.
  • By driving fast and finishing the drive backwards as quickly as possible.
  • By turning on the vehicle’s lights.
  • By letting all the passengers off the vehicle while driving backwards.
Category : Safety


“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.
Category : Safety


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.
Category : Safety


In a vehicle with a manual (regular) gearbox, it is important to adjust the gears:

  • In old vehicles only.
  • In order to protect the tires.
  • In long descents.
  • In order to determine the driving speed.without strain on the engine.
Category : Safety


On a sharp curve, slow down:

  • When you exit the curve.
  • Straight after entering the curve.
  • All along the curve.
  • Before entering the curve.
Category : Safety


You arrived to an intersection that is not clear:(free)

  • Stop before the intersection and wait for traffic to clear.
  • You are permitted to turn left, even if the intersection is not clear.
  • If the traffic light is green you may enter the intersection, even when it is not clear.
  • Enter the intersection carefully and wait there for it to clear.
Category : Safety


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.
Category : Safety


How is it possible to reduce the centrifugal force applied to the vehicle whilst driving?

  • The effect of these force cannot be reduced – it depends on the vehicle’s size only.
  • By driving faster.
  • By driving lawfully and always giving right of way.
  • By reducing speed.on corners and curves
Category : Safety


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

  • 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.
Category : Safety


How is a driver required to conduct himself when intending to overtake a school transport bus that stopped to pick-up and let down children?

  • Overtake the bus quickly, according to the customary overtaking stages.
  • Stop behind the bus and then overtake it.
  • Slow down and be prepared to stop.
  • Honk continuously and overtake.
Category : Safety


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.
Category : Safety


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

  • 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


What are the most important conditions in order to safely pull onto the “hard shoulder”?

  • The only important condition is that it is permitted to stop on the “hard shoulder”.
  • That the hard shoulder and the road are in the same height and that the hard shoulder is wide enough.
  • That the hard shoulder is paved with asphalt or concrete.
  • That there are no color markings on the hard shoulder.
Category : Safety

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