Question:1

Braking distance is the distance the vehicle passes?


  • From the moment the driver notices danger until he starts to brake.
  • During the driver’s response time.
  • From the moment of applying the brakes until the vehicle reaches a complete stop.
  • From the moment the driver notices danger until the vehicle reaches a complete stop.
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Question:2

What limitations occur on the road ahead of you?

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  • 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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Question:3

When is it permitted to pass more than one vehicle during one overtaking maneuver?


  • It is permitted in a straight and level roadway only, and prohibited in any other type of road.
  • Never: You are lawfully obliged to overtake only one vehicle during an overtaking maneuver, and to return to the right lane.
  • When overtaking is not restricted, and there is enough space in the overtaking lane for safe completion of the overtaking maneuver.
  • It is permitted when you overtake small vehicles only, and prohibited when you overtake big vehicles.
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Question:4

What should a driver do when he intends to turn right?

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  • The driver should honk and continue turning without any further note. The cyclist is the one that should be careful.
  • Take into account the chance that there will be a cyclist to his right during the turn, and take measures to avoid hitting him.
  • The driver should plan his turn according to the traffic rules, without taking note of the cyclist.
  • The driver should stop his vehicle before the turn and wait until the cyclist signals that he can pass.
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Question:5

Being familiar with the different systems in the driver’s compartment whilst driving:


  • Only contributes in a theoretical level, and has no other advantage.
  • Allows the driver to operate them automatically, without thinking.
  • Allows the driver to fully concentrate on the traffic and the road.
  • Allows the driver to blindly operate the vehicle systems.
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Question:6

What are you required to do when during a night drive you are confronted with a vehicle that doesn’t dip its lights and blinds you?


  • Slow down and keep as much as possible to the right.
  • Turn on the high beam to overcome the blinding effect of the other vehicle.
  • Drive faster to shorten the duration of being blinded.
  • Keep driving with a low beam at your current course and speed
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Question:7

What is the main problem a driver faces when he approaches an intersection?

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  • Many tasks he needs to perform simultaneously, in a short period of time.
  • The speed limit changes in an intersection.
  • Part of the intersection is always designated for public transportation.
  • The driver’s main problem is how to cross the intersection quickly.
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Question:8

How would you respond to the indications in the following picture?

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  • Swerve left and accelerate to avoid hitting passengers that are about to get out of the vehicle.
  • Continue driving normally.
  • Slow down and be prepared to stop, in order to avoid hitting the open door.
  • Honk loudly and continuously and swerve left, to avoid hitting the opening door.
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Question:9

How can you avoid frontal collision while driving on a narrow and winding mountain road?

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  • Drive close to the middle line.
  • Slow down and honk continuously before every curve.
  • Drive on the far right of the roadway, turn-on the lights, and adjust your speed to the road’s conditions.
  • Drive in high gear and don’t use the brakes much, to avoid loss of braking ability.
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Question:10

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:11

What measure is it important to take before stepping on the brake pedal in order to slow down or to stop?


  • Ease off the accelerator and shift to lower gear.
  • Check if there is a vehicle behind by glancing at the mirrors.
  • Step on the clutch pedal, to reduce the engine’s fuel consumption.
  • Signal and turn the wheel to the “hard shoulder”, to avoid rear-end collision.
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Question:12

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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Question:13

What are the advantages in looking far ahead?

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  • It allows the driver to engage in other activities while driving straight.
  • It allows you to plan your drive according to the road’s condition and to avoid being surprised by other road users.
  • There are no advantages in looking far ahead. The important thing is what’s happening close to the vehicle.
  • It has no advantages. Only looking to the sides assists the driver.
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Question:14

How does a multitude of traffic signs before an intersection affect the driver’s response?

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  • The driver is forced to slow down in order to identify the signs and obey their demands.
  • A multitude of traffic signs always confuses the driver.
  • A multitude of traffic signs will cause the driver to think faster in the intersection.
  • A multitude of traffic signs should not affect the driver’s conduct when approaching an intersection.
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Question:15

Why are tractor wheels being filled with water?


  • To improve driving quality and comfort on dirt roads.
  • To prevent tire overheating during particularly hard works.
  • To increase its weight and thus improve the wheels’ traction on the road.
  • It is a convenient way to carry water for different purposes while working.
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Question:16

What are the reasons for a vehicle skidding on a road?


  • Late and sudden braking and the presence of elements that prevent traction on the road’s surface.
  • Roads with a high coefficient of friction.
  • Driver tiredness.
  • Tires that are not worn out cause vehicle skidding.
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Question:17

What are the provisions for driving in a straight line, without swerving?


  • Glancing at the separation line and keeping a constant distance from it.
  • Focusing on the furthest possible object you can see.
  • Driving while constantly following the roadway’s delineating yellow line.
  • Keeping to the right of the road, while maintaining a constant distance from the right yellow line.
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Question:18

On which axle do the tractor’s service brakes act?


  • The rear axle.
  • There are no service brakes in a tractor.
  • The front axle.
  • On all axles.
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Question:19

What determines the maximum weight that can be lifted by the tractor’s hydraulic lift arms?


  • The hydraulic oil type and the lifted device.
  • The maximum air pressure approved by the manufacturer of the tractor’s rear tires.
  • The manufacturer’s table, which indicates weight restrictions according to the distance of its center of gravity from the tractor.
  • The mechanical condition of the tractor’s engine, pump and hydraulic system.
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Question:20

What is the distance we are required to keep from the vehicle in front of us while driving?

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  • Any distance that allows us to see the back wheels of the vehicle in front of us while driving.
  • Any distance that always allows us to see well what’s happening ahead of the vehicle that is driving in front of us.
  • The required statutory distance in which accident may always be prevented, while taking all the relevant elements into consideration.
  • A distance which prevents entry of other vehicles in it.
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Question:21

You are driving a vehicle that approaches the cyclist in the picture from behind. What risk might be posed by the cyclist ?

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  • There is no risk. Pass the cyclist quickly.
  • The cyclist might pull onto the roadway or otherwise trip and fall into it.
  • The cyclist rides on the sidewalk (pavement) and therefore the bicycles pose no risk.
  • The cyclist is an adult and poses no risk.
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Question:22

How can you manage to keep your braking distance within the range of your vehicle’s lights while driving at night?


  • By using an additional spot light to detect road hazards.
  • By using the rear fog light to reinforce your head lights beam.
  • By turning on the long-distance high beam and driving at a high speed accordingly.
  • By adjusting your driving speed to your field of vision at all times.
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Question:23

What is the most important principle when turning right in an intersection?


  • To start and to complete the turn close to the right edge of the road.
  • To stay away from the road’s right edge.
  • To turn as far as possible from the right sidewalk.
  • To enter and exit the intersection in a wide arc to the center of the roadway.
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Question:24

Proper adjustment of the driver’s seat:


  • Proper adjustment of the driver’s seat prevents the occurrence of “blind spots” while driving in reverse.
  • Is performed by the vehicle’s manufacturer during its manufacturing process, and additional adjustment of the seat is not needed.
  • Allows you to comfortably see the road and to have an easy and non-tiring drive.
  • Is an important action that should be applied during every periodic treatment of the vehicle.
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Question:25

Which action should be taken after the tool is harnessed to the hydraulic lift arms?


  • Lifting the tool a few times to maximum height in order to ensure that the tool is properly harnessed.
  • Preventing vertical freedom of movement of the arms and of the tool.
  • Preventing horizontal freedom of movement of the arms and of the tool.
  • Securing the harnessed tool with special security chains.
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Question:26

What is the correct way for pulling onto a “hard shoulder” which is lower than the road?


  • Quickly pulling onto the “hard shoulder” and quickly stopping after a very short distance.
  • Slowing down to a low speed and gradually moving onto the “hard shoulder”.
  • There is no "correct way": It is prohibited to pull onto a lower hard shoulder.
  • Quickly pulling onto the “hard shoulder” and then slowing down gradually.
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Question:27

Under which circumstances should you slow down your driving?


  • When your vehicle or any passerby and property are at risk.
  • When passing under a bridge.
  • In a two-way roadway having 4 lanes.
  • When entering an acceleration lane.
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Question:28

According to the following picture, is it permitted to deviate to the opposite lane?

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  • Yes, the driver already looked at the mirror and nobody came behind him.
  • Yes, you can deviate to the opposite lane after glancing at the mirror, because no one drives behind.
  • Yes, if the winker is turned on, there is no need to glance at the mirror.
  • No, due to the double continuous separation line on the roadway.
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Question:29

What is the first action taken by drivers before crossing an intersection?


  • Checking and identifying the lanes after crossing the intersection, mainly in our direction of driving.
  • Looking beyond the intersection to identify the entry lanes to the opposite directions and the traffic in them
  • Making sure that the intersection is clear and that it can be crossed safely.
  • Entering the intersection.
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Question:30

How is the required distance for overtaking determined?


  • It only depends on the driving speed of the overtaken vehicle and not of the overtaking one.
  • It depends on the driving speeds of the overtaking and the overtaken vehicles
  • It only depends on the driving speed of the overtaking vehicle and not of the overtaken one.
  • It corresponds to the speed limit in that road section.
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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