Question:1

A policeman may stop a vehicle and have it checked:


  • After the vehicle involuntarily swerved from its lane.
  • Due to the level of pollution emitted from the vehicle’s engine.
  • If he wants to esure that the vehicle’s oil consumption corresponds to the vehicle manufacturer’s manual.
  • If he wants to ensure that the vehicle’s fuel consumption corresponds to the vehicle manufacturer’s manual.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:2

Is it permitted to park a vehicle on the left side of a two-way street?


  • Yes, provided that it is parked close to the sidewalk.
  • It is forbidden.
  • Yes - in a street with at least three lanes.
  • Yes - in a street that is wider than 8 meters.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:3

Is it permitted to perform an emergency brake for any reason other than to prevent a road accident?


  • Yes, in a dirt road only, at a distance of 200 meters from buildings.
  • Yes, after signaling a distress sign to the vehicle behind you.
  • Yes, for brake-testing, provided that it does not disturb or endanger any other road user.
  • Yes, in a paved road only, at a distance of 200 meters from buildings.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:4

Under what conditions can a person be denied the right to obtain or renew his driver’s license?


  • If the applicant for a driver’s license is illiterate.
  • If he served a prison term of one year due to drunk driving prior to the submission of his license application.
  • If he is a new immigrant from a country which doesn’t have customary traffic rules.
  • If he is disqualified from driving or if he suffers from health problems which might endanger himself or others..
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:5

How is the term “lighting up time” defined by law?


  • The night time or any other time when visibility is poor.
  • The night time or any other time in which visibility is normal.
  • The time period from sunset to sunrise only.
  • The time period from sunrise to sunset.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:6

You are driving in the left lane of a one-way road. The driver in the right lane before you slowed down due to a pedestrian crossing the road from right to left. You are close to the pedestrian crossing, and therefore:


  • You should accelerate and quickly pass the crossing before the pedestrian arrives.
  • Use the horn to warn the passenger and quickly pass before him.
  • Continue driving normally; the pedestrian should make sure not to do anything risky and not to disturb you.
  • You should slow down and allow the pedestrian to finish crossing.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:7

What is the legal definition of a “road”


  • Any place that is open for public passage, except for city streets
  • Asphalt or concrete paved road ways only.
  • The term “road” has no legal definition
  • Any rail, street, alley, square, passage, bridge and any other open space in which the public has a right to pass through
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:8

Is it permitted to drive an un-roadworthy vehicle?


  • Yes, if the malfunction doesn’t involve the vehicle’s brake system
  • It is forbidden to drive an un-roadworthy vehicle that cannot be fully controlled
  • Yes, if the malfunction involves the vehicle’s lighting system only
  • Yes, if the malfunction involves the vehicle’s steering system only
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:9

When are you permitted to pass another vehicle on its right side?


  • When a vehicle is driving slower than you on the left lane in front of you.
  • When you are driving in a right-turn-only lane.
  • Only when you are driving a motorcycle.
  • Only when you are driving in a left-turn-only lane.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:10

Which of the following vehicles are permitted to drive on the road’s “hard shoulders”?


  • Only taxis, in order to bypass vehicles that stand in an intersection.
  • No one is allowed, in to use the “hard shoulders”.
  • Non-motor vehicles, tractors and speed-restricted vehicles.
  • Only private vehicles and motorcycles are permitted to drive on the “hard shoulder”, and only in order to give right-of-way to buses.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:11

From the answers before you, where especially should a driver slow down?


  • Whilst driving on an inter-urban road with a built centre divider.
  • Whilst driving on an inter-urban road without a built centre divider.
  • At the entrance to and whilst driving through a tunnel.
  • Whilst driving on an inter-urban road.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:12

Where in the vehicle should the fluorescent vest be kept (except for motor-cycles)?


  • In the driver compartment.
  • Next to the spare (reserve) wheel.
  • In the vehicle’s trunk.
  • In the vehicle’s engine.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:13

Who should you give right of way to at an intersection without traffic signs?


  • To vehicles turning right or left.
  • To vehicles coming from your left.
  • To vehicles coming from your right.
  • To public vehicles.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:14

In the following illustration you can see a wide road. Which of the numbers within the illustration marks a road way?

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  • 1
  • 3
  • 2
  • 5
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:15

When are we not obligated to drive a private passenger car in the right lane?


  • When another vehicle overtakes us from the left.
  • When you pass another vehicle from its right side.
  • When the right lane is designated for another type of road users (e.g. public transportation lane).
  • When another vehicle that is driving on the left side of the road signals about its intention to start drive.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:16

When approaching a narrow bridge, you are required to:


  • Slow down while approaching and crossing the bridge.
  • Always cross the bridge at maximum speed to clear the road for vehicles coming from the opposite direction.
  • Always stop before the bridge, for safety reasons, and then cross it quickly.
  • Accelerate when you approach the bridge only.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:17

What is the maximum allowed speed in a “play street”?

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  • 10 KPH.
  • 20 KPH.
  • 40 KPH.
  • 30 KPH.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:18

An additional passenger is not permitted on an A.T.V, unless:


  • It is indicated in the insurance policy.
  • It is indicated in the driver’s license.
  • A permit is given by the vehicle’s importer.
  • It is indicated in the vehicle’s registration document.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:19

It is permitted to make a left U-turn:


  • Only from the farthest left lane in which you are permitted to drive.
  • From a left-turn lane or from any other lane which doesn’t have a prohibiting sign.
  • From every lane that is marked with left or right-turn arrows.
  • From a left-turn lane only.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:20

When there is a “no left turn” sign in an intersection:


  • It is permitted to make a U-turn when there is an arrow pointing to the right only.
  • It is permitted to make a U-turn from any lane.
  • It is permitted to make a U-turn when no traffic disturbance is caused and when the U-turn is not prohibited by any traffic sign or marking.
  • It is permitted to make a U-turn for private vehicles only.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:21

Under what conditions will the Licensing Authority approve change of ownership of a vehicle?


  • After the seller pays and presents a certification from the Pledge Registrar.
  • After the Authority is satisfied that all fees and taxes are paid, that all foreclosures and liens are removed, and that there are no further restrictions.
  • After the buyer of the vehicle pays the lawful fee including property tax for the parking spot.
  • Only after the Pledge Registrar certifies that the vehicle is free of any foreclosure or encumbrance.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:22

What is an “Interchange”?


  • The area that is formed by the meeting of at least three roadways, at the same level.
  • A meeting of at least two roadways at the same level in a freeway.
  • A meeting point of roads at different levels, in which it is possible to drive and pass from one road to the other
  • A junction of roads at the same level in an urban area.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:23

Why is it required to install a safety frame in a tractor?


  • To protect operator from high falling objects.
  • To protect operator during a collision accident.
  • To protect the operator./driver in the event that the tractor rolls over.
  • To protect operator while working between trees and branches.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:24

Who is legally responsible for the registration of a change of ownership?


  • The seller only.
  • The registered vehicle owner and the buyer of the vehicle.
  • The buyer of the vehicle only.
  • The owner of the vehicle testing facility.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:25

According to the law, while driving at night and in good weather conditions – what is the minimal distance that should be covered by the vehicle’s headlights?


  • The range of the headlights is not defined by law, and it is determined at the discretion of the vehicle’s manufacturer.
  • 100 meters for the high beam, and 30 meters for the low(dipped) beam.
  • 120 meters for the high beam, and 50 meters for the low beam.
  • 150 meters for the high beam, and 60 meters for the low beam.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:26

Is it permitted to make changes in the vehicle or driver’s documentation?


  • It is permitted only to highlight writings that were erased or made unclear over time
  • It is permitted only to add or change an address, in the main post office branch
  • It is permitted only to add the zip code of a residence address, in the main post office branch
  • No. Only the Licensing Authority is allowed to change details in these documents.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:27

How should a driver involved in traffic accident with casualties conduct himself?


  • If he is not culpable of the accident and the other driver involved is later held responsible for it, then he shall clear his vehicle away from the roadway.
  • He shall clear his vehicle away from the roadway to prevent traffic disturbance and call the rescue forces.
  • He shall clear away from the road and inform the police about the accident.
  • He shall not move his vehicle, unless instructed to do so by a policeman or if the vehicle had to be used for medical evacuation purposes.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:28

Which of the following vehicles is allowed to drive against traffic on a one-way road?


  • Only security vehicles
  • Only private vehicles
  • Only vehicles with at least four passengers
  • Only bicycles and motorcycles
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:29

What should a tractor driver do when he obstructs the traffic behind him on a road?

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  • Drive on the right lane of the road,only
  • Drive on the right side of the road and even on the hard shoulder if it is required and safe
  • He is permitted to drive on the left lane or on the right hard shoulder only.
  • Always drive on the hard shoulder.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:30

When may a police officer revoke a driver’s license for a period of ninety days?


  • When the driver is involved in a car accident in which only property damage was caused
  • When the driver disobeys a stop sign
  • When a driver involved in an accident is reasonably suspected of causing the death of a person.
  • When the driver fails to give right of way.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Theory test for tractors

There are 30 questions you have 40 minutes to answer, at the end of the exam time The test result will be displayed