Question:1

How would you conduct yourself according to the situation depicted in the following picture?

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  • 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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Question:2

It is prohibited to drive too close to the vehicle in front of you:


  • During the dark only.
  • Only when the weight of the vehicle in front is more than 4 tons.
  • On a steep descent and only after a “dangerous descent” sign.
  • Because it might brake suddenly.
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Question:3

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:4

Can a refreshment break whilst driving lessen the driver’s tiredness?


  • It can drive the tiredness away completely.
  • Yes, for a long time.
  • Absolutely yes, and it is even better, on the long run, than taking a rest outside the vehicle.
  • Yes, for a short time.
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Question:5

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:6

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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Question:7

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.
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Question:8

According to the following picture, what caused the poor field of vision?

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  • A disruption in the field of vision can only be a result of blinding by another vehicle driving in the opposite direction.
  • The disruption is caused because the distance between the two vehicles is too small.
  • The fog caused the poor field of vision.
  • The disruption shown in the picture is inevitable, regardless of its cause.
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Question:9

What are the advantages of looking far ahead?


  • Looking far ahead extends the braking distance and enhances safety.
  • Obtaining all the information required for planning the drive according to the road’s conditions and avoiding surprises.
  • Forward is the only important direction for drivers, and therefore they should look straight ahead.
  • It allows you to engage in other activities at the same time, such as searching for an address in the GPS.
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Question:10

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


  • It depends on the driver.
  • Incorrect.
  • Correct.
  • It is sometimes correct.
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Question:11

On a sharp curve, slow down:

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  • When you exit the curve.
  • Straight after entering the curve.
  • All along the curve.
  • Before entering the curve.
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Question:12

“Drinking a large quantity of alcohol disrupts the driver’s peripheral vision and field of vision”: Correct or incorrect?


  • Incorrect.
  • Correct.
  • Correct, but it depends on the type of vehicle driven.
  • It is correct for young drivers only.
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Question:13

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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Question:14

What limitations does a driver experience while driving in reverse?


  • Limited field of vision and uncomfortable vehicle operation.
  • An experienced driver has no limitations while driving in reverse.
  • It is hard to control the braking system while driving fast and needing to operate many systems.
  • Driving in reverse takes more time.
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Question:15

When driving in reverse:


  • You must use another person to guide you.
  • You must use another person to guide you on highways..
  • You must use another person to guide you during "lighting up time".
  • You are permitted to use another person to guide you.
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Question:16

What is the problem in the following picture?

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  • The bus cannot enter the bay and will disturb traffic when stopping.
  • The presence of the florist in the station makes the passengers’ stay in it more pleasant and it causes no problem.
  • The presence of the florist causes the bus to linger too much time in the station.
  • The flowers placed at the station block the view of the passengers waiting in it.
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Question:17

What is the first thing you need to do after entering the vehicle and before starting to drive?


  • Make sure the hand-brake is applied and adjust the driver’s seat.
  • Start the engine and adjust the seat for safe driving.
  • Adjust the seat besides the driver to allow the passenger coming-in from the right an easy entrance.
  • Make sure you have an extra set of keys (reserve set) for the vehicle.
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Question:18

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

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  • 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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Question:19

Which additional system, absent in other types of vehicles, is found in tractors?


  • A hydraulic system for lifting and operating attachments.
  • A standard electro-hydraulic steering system.
  • An Air brake system with a condensed air system.
  • A hydrostatic differential-lock system.
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Question:20

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
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Question:21

How would a tractor and its trailer maintain low speed during a long and steep descent?


  • By driving in low gear and relying on the engine’s compression braking .
  • By regulating the speed with the brakes.
  • By using the trailer’s brakes and locking the differential.
  • By operating the engine brake and driving in low gear.
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Question:22

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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Question:23

What problem faces a vehicle driver who is driving at a high speed?


  • His response time is decreased, and thus his driving becomes more dangerous.
  • There is no problem at all: Research work has proven that in high speeds driving is more calm and relaxed.
  • The driver has very little time to properly respond to road events.
  • The drivers response time is significantly lengthened.
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Question:24

How can a driver handle the many tasks he needs to perform when approaching an intersection?

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  • Warn other road users that he is approaching the intersection (by honking and signaling).
  • Ignore other road users; especially those smaller than him.
  • Drive faster in order to cross the intersection more quickly.
  • Slow down before the intersection, look around, and avoid engaging in any activity other than driving.
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Question:25

When approaching a vehicle that unloads children, you should:


  • Slow down and drive cautiously at a low speed.
  • Honk and overtake the vehicle from its left side.
  • Pull into the “hard shoulders” and pass the vehicle from its right side.
  • Overtake it quickly to reduce danger.
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Question:26

What are the tedious driving conditions described in the following picture?

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  • Wet road, poor visibility and heavy traffic.
  • Due to the weather conditions the traffic sign is not clear.
  • A camera is installed in the intersection; therefore it is not permitted to cross when the light is red.
  • The traffic congestion in the intersection does not oblige us to be overly careful.
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Question:27

What risks should be taken into account on the following roadway?

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  • Vehicles are parked adjacently to each other and pedestrians cannot cross between them.
  • There is no risk in the following roadway.
  • Sudden appearance of pedestrians or children from between the parked cars.
  • Traffic policeman writes tickets to drivers who parked on the right of the roadway,
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Question:28

What are we required to see in the outer side mirrors of the vehicle?


  • The tip of the vehicle’s side body and the road at the sides of the vehicle.
  • Any moving vehicle to the right of our vehicle.
  • Any vehicle to the left of our vehicle, including pedestrians.
  • The back wheel and the area in front of it.
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Question:29

How would you respond to the situation depicted in the following picture?

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  • Drive faster and pass the children before they start crossing the roadway.
  • Slow down, follow the children movement and prepare to stop.
  • Continue driving. The children would not cross the road when noticing an approaching vehicle.
  • Honk to the children and warn them that you are approaching and that they should not get on the roadway.
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Question:30

What is the purpose of the “hard shoulder” on freeways?

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  • It is an escape place in case of danger.
  • It is a place to stop and talk on the cellular phone,
  • It is a place for parking and stopping for the purpose of driver refreshment.
  • It is a lane used for overtaking restricted vehicles, which illegally drive in the right lane
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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