Question:1

What will be the result of moderate driving, without performing heavy engine accelerations?


  • Savings in the vehicle’s electricity consumption.
  • Engine fuel consumption savings.
  • Driving becomes longer than necessary.
  • Engine oil consumption savings.
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Question:2

“Keeping a safe distance from the vehicle in front affects fuel consumption and vehicle wear and tear”. Correct or incorrect?


  • Incorrect: The distance has no influence on vehicle wear or fuel consumption.
  • Correct: Keeping distance prevents brake wear and excessive fuel consumption due to frequent acceleration and braking.
  • Incorrect: Using the breaks and the accelerator in order to regulate wind flow is important for increasing the driver’s alertness.
  • Incorrect: Keeping proper distance from the vehicle in front of you causes brake wear.
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Question:3

How should you use the gearbox while driving on a continuous descent?


  • The gearbox should be in high gear.
  • The gearbox selector should be in a low gear.
  • The gear used while driving on a continuous descent is of no importance, as long as the brakes function properly.
  • The gearbox handle should be in neutral gear.
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Question:4

What is considered as a proper vehicle maintenance frequency?


  • As required, and according to the pace in which malfunctions are detected in the vehicle.
  • At the discretion of the vehicle’s owner only.
  • The maintenance frequency recommended by the vehicle’s manufacturer.
  • As recommended by the insurance company.
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Question:5

The one of the functions of the grooves in the tyre tread

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  • To facilitate water drainage between the road and the tire and to prevent engine wear.
  • To facilitate water drainage between the road and the tire and to maintain tire air pressure,
  • To facilitate water drainage between the road and the tire and to prevent tire wear.
  • Is too allow water drainage from the tire on wet roads and greater friction and contact with the road..
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Question:6

One of the differences between manual and automatic transmission vehicles is that:


  • Fuel consumption is usually lower for manual transmission vehicles.
  • Manual transmission vehicles are noisier.
  • Acceleration capacity is lower for manual transmission vehicles.
  • Manual transmission vehicles have no clutch pedal.
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Question:7

How can we reduce air pollution caused by the vehicle’s gas emissions?


  • By washing the vehicle’s fuel tank once a month.
  • By keeping the engine and its surroundings clean.
  • It is impossible to reduce air pollution. It is a constant factor in the vehicle.
  • By regular maintenance of the vehicle’s engine and other systems.
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Question:8

What should you check when purchasing a new tire for your vehicle?


  • Only that the air pressure of the new tire is identical to that of the old tire.
  • Only that the size of the new tire is identical to that of the old tire.
  • Only that the shape of the tire’s sole (the tire’s surface) is identical to that of the old tire.
  • The tire’s manufacture date, to ensure it is not too old (over 6 years).
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Question:9

Is it permitted to change the size of tires on a vehicle?


  • Only if it is approved in advance by the Licensing Authority in the Ministry of Transportation.
  • Yes, to any size the driver wants, provided that all the vehicle’s wheels are replaced with new ones.
  • Yes, if the change is approved by the insurance company.
  • Absolutely not.
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Question:10

How does the braking system of a vehicle work?

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  • Through the braking of the front wheels only.
  • Through the pressure created between the engine and the clutch.
  • By turning the engine opposite to its normal direction of turning.
  • Through the friction between the brake disc and the brake pads.
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Question:11

Head lights which are not properly adjusted:


  • Make the driver more alert.
  • Cause self-blinding of the driver.
  • Have no effect on driving and on vehicle control.
  • Do not illuminate the road properly.
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Question:12

What is the proper way of checking engine oil level?


  • By using the engine’s dipstick, when the engine is cold and turned off.
  • There is no need to check the engine’s oil, but only to change it in accordance with the manufacturer’s requirements.
  • It can only be checked in a licensed garage.
  • Only before the vehicle’s annual test.
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Question:13

What is “preventive maintenance” of a vehicle?


  • Maintenance that prevents the vehicle from driving properly.
  • Intermittent and unplanned maintenance, at the driver’s own discretion only.
  • Regular and planned maintenance to ensure the proper function of the vehicle and its systems.
  • Maintenance of unexpected vehicle failures.
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Question:14

How will you recognize brakes overheating?


  • Irregular shaking of the vehicle.
  • The engine will lose its pulling ability.
  • The engine’s oil pressure indicator will light up.
  • By a lessening of braking efficiency and a smell of burned material.
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Question:15

Which of the following warning indicators does not require the driver to stop driving when it lights-up?


  • Engine temperature.
  • The fuel level indicator.
  • Brakes failure.
  • Engine oil pressure.
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Question:16

What is the function of the ABS system?


  • To prevent tire wear.
  • To prevent excessive use of the vehicle’s brakes.
  • To serve as an additional brake in case of danger.
  • To enable control and steering of the vehicle during braking.
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Question:17

What is a vehicle GPS navigation system?


  • A system providing information about vehicle location and assisting the driver to reach his destination.
  • An efficiency enhancement sub-system within the steering system.
  • A system checking the proper function of the vehicle’s computerized systems.
  • A system measuring the vehicle’s fuel consumption.
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Question:18

What is the consequence of tyre pressure that is too high?


  • Uneven tire wear and shortened of tyre life.
  • It is harder to turn the steering wheel.
  • Rapid wear and tear of the steering wheel.
  • Longer tire life span and reduced fuel consumption.
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Question:19

The correct vehicle tire size is:


  • The size that was determined by the vehicle’s manufacturer.
  • The size recommended by the tire professional in the garage (the tire repairman).
  • The size that was determined by the tire manufacturer.
  • The size that appears to be most suitable for the vehicle.
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Question:20

To disconnect the engine from the wheels, you should:


  • Press the clutch pedal.
  • Step on the brake pedal and on the accelerator.
  • Shut-off the engine.
  • Press on the starter switch.
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Question:21

What should a driver do when he detects a safety failure in the steering wheel or brakes while driving?


  • Continue driving carefully until the nearest garage.
  • He should stop driving only if the failure is in the ignition or fuel system.
  • Stop driving immediately.
  • Identify the source of the problem and try to overcome it.
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Question:22

What are you required to do when the brake-check lamp lights up while driving?


  • Continue driving normally until the vehicle’s periodic treatment.
  • Stop the vehicle and don’t resume driving.
  • Continue driving slowly until the garage.
  • Continue driving normally until the garage.
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Question:23

What are the vehicle’s control systems?


  • Brakes, steering and accelerator.
  • Braking, steering and sound.
  • Steering, acceleration and air-conditioning.
  • Braking, steering and air-conditioning.
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Question:24

What might happen to a vehicle when its wheels get locked?


  • The vehicle will lose its steering ability.
  • The vehicle will lose its braking ability.
  • Overheating of the engine.
  • The steering ability is not influenced.
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Question:25

During the vehicle’s annual test, the licensing facility shall register:


  • The number of kilometers traveled by the vehicle, as indicated on its odometer.
  • The number of traffic offenses perpetrated within the vehicle.
  • The number of seatbelts in the vehicle.
  • The number of head-rests in the vehicle.
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Question:26

What is the function of the vehicle’s dashboard( Control panel)


  • To control and receive information from the vehicle’s different systems.
  • The dashboard regulates the engine systems, and prevents tire wear.
  • To serve as an additional security measure during frontal collisions.
  • To control the sound system in the driver’s compartment only.
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Question:27

What is the risk of using the GPS navigation system while driving?


  • There is no risk in using the GPS navigation system while driving. It is only beneficial.
  • Disruption of the engine management systems.
  • Driver distraction.
  • Fast draining of the vehicle’s battery.
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Question:28

What is the main function of the auxiliary brake (hand/parking brake)?


  • To assist new drivers in downhill braking.
  • To make sure that the vehicle doesn’t move while parked.
  • The auxiliary brake (hand/parking brake) has no function and it shouldn’t be used at all.
  • To enhance the braking capacity of the service/leg brake.
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Question:29

What are you required to check when one of the vehicle’s lamps is not working?


  • The bulb and the fuse connected to it.
  • The intactness of the lamp’s lens.
  • The functionality of the lights handle.
  • The battery’s voltage.
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Question:30

Wheels that are installed on the same axle must be:


  • Of the same manufacture date always.
  • Of the same size and in compliance with the manufacturer’s manual.
  • Of the same color.
  • Of the same manufacturer.
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