Question:1

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:2

the law demands that a pillion passenger on a motorcycle will:


  • place both feet on a support either side of a motorcycle
  • the passenger will be over 6 yrs. old
  • the passenger will be over 10yrs. old
  • the passenger will be over 12 yrs. old.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:3

A policeman has stopped a driver on the road.and demanded of him to take a breathyalyzer tests . Is the driver obliged to perform the test


  • Yes, after coming out of a pub only.
  • No, he is not obliged to do so.
  • Yes, after midnight only.
  • Yes, otherwise he is considered a drunk driver.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:4

On a narrow roadway, when two vehicles from opposite directions cannot pass together at the same time:


  • Right of way is given to a vehicle transporting more than 8 passengers.
  • Whoever arrives first has right of way.
  • The faster vehicle has right of way.
  • Both vehicles must keep as much as possible to the right and even pull into the “hard shoulders”.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:5

Which type of "city policing" vehicle is permitted to emit a blue light with a flashing yellow light?


  • Rescue vehicles.
  • Ambulances.
  • Integrated policing vehicles.
  • Fire fighting vehicles.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:6

Is it permitted to stop, stand or park a vehicle on a freeway (motorway)?

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  • Yes, provided that the road edge is wide enough.
  • No, unless otherwise specifically sign-posted.
  • No, except for two-wheelers.
  • No, except for a public vehicle.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:7

The following illustration shows an intersection with traffic signs. What is the correct manner of making a turn from street A to street C?

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  • From lane 1 or from lane 2 to lane 6.
  • From lane 1 or from lane 2 to lane 5.
  • From lane 2 to lane 5.
  • From lane 2 to lane 3.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:8

Is it permitted to stand or park a vehicle on the sidewalk (pavement)?


  • No, except in a regulated place marked with a sign..
  • It is absolutely forbidden.
  • Yes, it is permitted on an interlocking-stone-surface sidewalk.
  • Yes, it is permitted on a sidewalk with a minimum width of 3 meters.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:9

What is the legal definition of “lighting up time”


  • The time period of natural lighting conditions, when there is no need to have the vehicle lights turned on
  • The night time or any other time of the day in which visibility conditions are poor due to weather conditions.
  • The time period in which the vehicle’s lights must be turned on while driving in a freeway
  • The night time period, between sunset and sunrise
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:10

At what distance from a pedestrian crossing is it prohibited to stand a vehicle?

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  • Within twelve meters before the pedestrian crossing and twelve meters after the pedestrian crossing.
  • Within twenty meters before and after the pedestrian crossing.
  • On the pedestrian crossing and within twelve meters after it.
  • On the pedestrian crossing and within twelve meters before it.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:11

When is it permitted to overtake another vehicle?


  • Only when the overtaken vehicle is a slow vehicle.
  • Only if the driver of the overtaken vehicle gives a signal to the driver of the overtaking vehicle.
  • Only when the overtaken vehicle is a motorcycle.
  • When the road is clear and you can overtake safely without causing danger to any other road user.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:12

On a narrow two-way road with an unbroken separation line dividing the two lanes, how would you conduct yourself when a horse drawn wagon drives before you and the opposite traffic lane is open?


  • Continue driving slowly behind the wagon.
  • Try to overtake the wagon from its right side and drive on the “hard shoulders”.
  • Overtake the wagon in accordance with all traffic rules, but only if the road ahead is open.
  • Overtake the wagon to prevent traffic delay.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:13

How should you (vehicle no. 3) behave while you turn right in the following intersection?

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  • Enter (3) the center of the intersection in order to prevent the blue vehicle from hitting the cyclist..
  • Allow the cyclist to continue riding and turn right behind him.
  • Overtake the cyclist, quickly and carefully, while he is waiting.
  • Honk loudly to the cyclist (1), so that he will allow you to complete the right turn.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:14

When is it lawfully required to perform a vehicle license test?


  • Every two years, for all vehicle types.
  • Every two years for commercial vehicles and every year for motorcycles.
  • Every two years for all types of private passenger vehicles, without any restriction on the vehicle’s age.
  • Every year or any other lawfully defined period.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:15

When a driver gives “right of way”, it means that:


  • He merges with traffic without causing an accident
  • He allows other drivers to continue driving without causing them to change their speed or to stop
  • He barely manages to push into the traffic flow
  • He enters the traffic flow in the same speed as the other vehicles.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:16

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


  • On an inter-urban road.
  • In a congested area.
  • Whilst driving on a main road.
  • Whilst driving on an inter city road without a built central divider.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:17

How can a cellular phone be operated whilst driving?


  • Only by means of a “hands free device” that is installed in the vehicle and can be used without being held.
  • When the driver holds the phone with the right hand
  • Only by using earphones that are connected to both ears
  • It is absolutely forbidden to use a phone while driving
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:18

When an intersection is posted with both traffic signs and traffic lights, the instructions of which has the priority over the other?


  • Traffic signs always have priority (a traffic light might malfunction)
  • A stop sign has priority over a non-flickering traffic light
  • A “right-of-way giving” sign has priority over a non-flickering traffic light
  • Traffic light signals (except for a flashing yellow light) have priority over a right-of-way sign
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:19

On which part of a road should a cyclist ride?


  • As close as possible to the road’s left edge, facing the incoming traffic.
  • As close as possible to the right hand side of the road.
  • Where all other vehicles are driving.
  • It is absolutely forbidden to ride bicycle on any part of a road.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:20

How do you give a signal for braking?


  • By turning on the four direction indicators.
  • By putting out the right hand through the left window.
  • By the brake lights.
  • By putting out the right hand through the right window.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:21

Is it obligatory to install a mirror on a motorcycle?


  • No, except for motorcycles and a side-car.
  • Yes, it is lawfully required on all types of motorcycles.
  • No, the driver can decide at his own discretion whether or not to install a mirror.
  • Yes, but only on motorcycles with a sidecar.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:22

What is a reasonable vehicle speed?

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  • On paved roads – 80KpH; on dirt roads – 40KpH.
  • The maximum speed the vehicle can reach under the existing circumstances.
  • A reasonable speed which, considering all the road conditions, and road signs allows the driver to control the vehicle
  • Any speed, as long as the driver fully controls the vehicle.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:23

The lawful “point system for traffic offenses” is:


  • A system for issuing demerit points to drivers who are convicted of committing traffic offences once every five years.
  • A system for issuing demerit points to drivers who were convicted of committing offences against the traffic regulations.
  • A system through which courts are notified about vehicle improper functioning.
  • A system for registering convictions in criminal offences.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:24

When you approach a railway crossing and an approaching train is seen, heard or sounds a warning signal:

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  • You should stop before the railway crossing until the train passes.
  • If the train is far, you should quickly cross the rails.
  • You should accelerate and cross the rails before the train arrives, in a careful and watchful manner.
  • You should carefully cross the rails, in any fitting speed.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:25

The license of a “new driver” shall not be renewed as a regular drivers license if he is convicted of the following offence:


  • Not obeying a red light or not giving right of way.
  • Driving a motor vehicle without valid insurance.
  • Not stopping by the stop line besides a traffic light.
  • Not placing a “new driver” sign on the vehicle’s rear window.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:26

Which of the following sentences is correct: The law prohibit drivers from making a left U-turn:


  • When a U-turn prohibiting sign is placed.
  • Where the vehicle cannot be observed by other drivers approaching from any direction.
  • All the answers are correct.
  • When he approaches a steep peak or a curve in the road.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:27

Who is under obligation to be familiar with the traffic laws and obey them?


  • Only a pedestrian
  • Every road user.
  • Only a professional driver.
  • Only a driver.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:28

The following penalties may be imposed by a court of law on a driver convicted of committing a traffic offence:


  • Revoking a driver’s license, prison term, fine and other lawful penalties.
  • Fine or only suspended prison term.
  • Revoking a driver’s license or only suspended prison term.
  • Fine, active prison term or only suspended prison term.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:29

The license class that is required for riding a motorcycle with an engine power of up to 33 horse-powers (25 KW) is:


  • C.
  • A1.
  • A2.
  • D.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:30

When is it permitted to use the horn for giving a warning signal in an urban road?


  • It is only allowed to use an air horn.
  • It is always allowed to use the horn, provided that the signal is given in a continuous and uniform manner.
  • It is only allowed to use the horn in order to avoid imminent danger that cannot be prevented in any other way.
  • It is always allowed to use the horn in an urban road.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Theory test for motorcycles

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