For what reason are weights installed on the tractor’s front?

  • To improve the front wheels’ surface grip.
  • To reduce some of the stress on the tractor’s rear axle while lifting loads.
  • To improve driving quality and comfort on dirt roads.
  • To prevent the tractor’s rear part from jumping while driving at high speed.
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How are you required to conduct yourself according to the following picture?

  • Continue driving normally, while paying attention to the other vehicles in your direction of driving.
  • Slow down and allow vehicles to quickly bypass you from the left in order to merge into the left lane.
  • Drive on the right lane and prepare to move to the left lane as soon as the number of lanes increases.
  • Move to the left lane, because the right lane is about to terminate.
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How does pedestrian behavior in the area of the intersection affect drivers?

  • Pedestrians have no significant effect on drivers.
  • The main complication in an intersection is created when pedestrians are crowded on the sidewalk.
  • Driver should anticipate in advance possible dangerous behavior from pedestrians in the area of the intersection.
  • Pedestrians occupy pedestrian crossings for significant time periods, thus causing traffic delays.
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You are driving in a two-lane one-way street and try to overtake the vehicle driving in front of you. The main risk in deviating to the left is:

  • The crossing of an unbroken separation line.
  • An incoming vehicle driving in your opposite direction might appear on the lane to your left.
  • Disturbing a vehicle driving in the left lane.
  • Disturbing a vehicle driving behind you on your lane.
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How would you conduct yourself according to the situation depicted in the following picture?

  • Drive faster and honk to keep the children away from the roadway so you don’t hit them.
  • A pedestrian crossing is not marked on the roadway and no “play street” sign is posted. Continue driving normally.
  • Continue driving. The children shall act responsibly and avoid crossing the road when noticing an approaching vehicle.
  • Glance at the mirrors, slow down, follow the children movement on both sides of the roadway and – if required – stop to avoid endangering them.
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What is the proven and recommended method for keeping proper distance from the vehicle driving in front of us?

  • Drive as similarly as possible to the drivers in the adjacent right and left lanes,.
  • The “two-second count” method.
  • Vehicle length and engine volume method.
  • Estimating a reasonable distance between yourself and the vehicle driving in front.
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Which of the following sentences is correct as regards to other drivers?

  • You should assume that other drivers would always give you right of way.
  • You shouldn’t assume that other drivers will always give you right of way.
  • Truck drivers are professional drivers; hence they are less of a danger.
  • Drivers who turn-on the winker, always turn to the direction they signal to.
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When a driver is blinded by the sun, he should:

  • Drive faster until reaching a shaded place.
  • Slow down and adjust the driving speed to his current range of sight.
  • Look as low as possible to the roadway.
  • Overtake the vehicle in front because it is better to drive on an open roadway.
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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.
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What are the characteristics of a mountain road?

  • Many pedestrians and animals.
  • Wide and unmarked roadways.
  • Mountain roads are never paved.
  • Narrow and winding roadway, sharp curves, bends and sudden slopes.
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Does a-can of beer have a lesser effect on a driver compared to a whisky shot?

  • No. They both have a more or less equal effect on the driver’s ability to drive safely.
  • No, beer is not regarded as a drink which affects one’s driving.
  • Yes, beer has more alcohol than whisky.
  • No, the quantity of beer is greater and therefore its effect is greater.
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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.
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What would happen if the weight exerted on the tractor’s rear hydraulic arms is too high or far away from the tractor?

  • The front wheels would lift in the air.
  • The pressure and load would cause the tractor’s rear wheels to explode.
  • The heavy load would damage the hydraulic system.
  • The tractor chassis might be seriously damaged.
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What is the driver obliged to do according to the following picture?

  • Pull into the “hard shoulder” and slow down.
  • Slow down and keep to the right.
  • He is not obliged to do anything special.
  • Honk and flash his lights.
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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.
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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 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.
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“You are allowed to drive under the influence of alcohol, as long as you do not mix different types of drinks”: Correct or incorrect?

  • Incorrect. The determining factor is the level of alcohol in the blood in relation to the legally allowed level.
  • Correct. You can drink quite a lot of one type of intoxicating drink without becoming drunk.
  • Correct. Alcohol affects driving only when different drinks are mixed.
  • Correct. You should not mix different types of drinks before driving.
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Where would you stand your vehicle after being required to pull onto the “hard shoulder”?

  • Across the canal that is adjacent to the road’s edge.
  • No more than 40cm from the road’s edge.
  • With its two left wheels on the road.
  • As far as possible from the edge of the road.
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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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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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You step on the brake pedal and feel that the service brake (foot brake) is not working. What will you do?

  • Try to brake using the hand break.
  • Turn the stirring wheel quickly to the right to break by changing the direction of the wheels.
  • Use the horn and turn-on the lights to warn the driver in front of me.
  • Try to break by stepping on the clutch pedal.
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What is the order of actions the driver needs to take before slowing down?

  • Step firmly on the brake pedal, to inform the driver behind you began to slow down.
  • Give a hand signal to the driver behind, glance at the mirror to see his response and slow down.
  • Turn your head backwards, step on the brake pedal to slow down and finally take a quick look at the mirrors.
  • Glance at the mirrors, ease off the accelerator pedal and use the brakes or gears.
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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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What risks are expected whilst driving on a mountain road?

  • Engine heating due to excessive use of the brakes.
  • Loss of braking ability and head-on collision. Difficulty yo pull off the road.
  • Tire overheating.
  • Loosening of a wheel due to the roads steep slope.
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How does a multitude of traffic signs before an intersection affect the driver’s response?

  • 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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When is it permitted to perform an emergency stop?

  • After signaling a distress sign to the vehicle behind you only.
  • In order to prevent a road accident that cannot be prevented in any other way.
  • When the driving speed doesn’t fit with the road conditions.
  • When the road is distorted.
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What is the imminent danger when a vehicle skids whilst driving?

  • Loss of steering ability and loss of control over the vehicle.
  • That the clutch and the driving wheels stop to function.
  • Heating and wear of the vehicle’s brakes.
  • Heating and wear of the vehicle’s tires.
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Continuous braking on a winding descent can cause:

  • Over heating and weaker braking than normal.
  • Over heating and stronger braking than normal.
  • Cooling of the breaks and weak braking.
  • Continuous braking has no negative affect.
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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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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