What is the effect of driving at a high speed during an accident?

  • The driver’s response time is significantly shortened, and safety is enhanced.
  • High speed does not influence the outcome of the accident.
  • It causes greater force of collision and a more severe impact on humans and damage to property.
  • The driver’s response time is lengthened, and safety is thus enhanced.
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What is the factor that affects the rider’s ability to brake, swerve or accelerate the motorcycle?

  • The motorcycle’s grip on the road.
  • The rider’s standard clothing.
  • The rider’s weight.
  • The motorcycle seat design.
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According to the picture, who of those involved should take measures to prevent an accident?

  • The vehicle and the pedestrian are far from each other; hence no measures should be taken.
  • The pedestrian should stop and allow the vehicle to continue driving.
  • The driver should slow down and even stop if necessary.
  • The pedestrian should walk faster and finish crossing.
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Are the vehicles within the sharp curve positioned correctly?

  • Yes, all vehicles are keeping to the right as required in this sort of situation.
  • Both vehicles are not keeping eye contact between them as required.
  • The wide side-distance enables a third vehicle to enter between them.
  • You should enter a sharp curve when you are close to the middle of the roadway.
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How would you conduct yourself according to the picture?

  • Glance at the mirrors, slow down and stop if necessary.
  • Drive faster and honk gently.
  • Honk for warning and continue driving in normal speed.
  • Honk loudly to warn pedestrians.
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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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What are the risks of driving in high speeds?

  • Serious damage to the vehicles front tires and steering system.
  • Fast wear and tear of the engine.
  • There is risk in driving in high speeds.
  • Reduced ability of stopping the vehicle in time in order to prevent an accident, and even loss of control over the vehicle.
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What is the relation between the vehicles speed and the vehicle’s stopping distance?

  • The higher the vehicle’s speed is, the shorter is its stopping distance.
  • There is no relation between them. The stopping distance is constant and does not depend on the vehicle’s speed.
  • The slower the vehicle’s speed is, the longer is the braking distance.
  • The higher the vehicle’s speed is, the longer is its stopping distance.
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What is the risk of riding a motorcycle in the dark?

  • The low temperatures to which the motorcycle is exposed.
  • The difficulty to assess the nature of the road and to detect obstacles in time.
  • The difficulty to see other vehicles that drive behind him only.
  • The low temperatures to which the rider is exposed.
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Driving down a long steep hill on a n Inter-urban road

  • Go to a higher gear to complete the gradient quickly.
  • Travel in Neutral.
  • Brake for a few seconds so as not to drive too fast
  • Sow down, change down to a lower gear according to the gradient
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When approaching a junction with no traffic signs and you wish to turn right, whilst another vehicle approaches the junction from your opposite direction, you should:

  • Continue driving carefully.
  • Stop and give right of way to the approaching vehicle.
  • Slow down and, if needed, stop and give right of way.
  • In any case, stop.
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How would you conduct yourself according to the following picture?

  • Cyclists are of no danger to vehicles. Drive normally when they are nearby.
  • The cyclist is not stable and is affected by the fast vehicles passing by. Slow down when approaching him.
  • When passing by cyclists, drive faster to reduce the period of conflict with them.
  • When passing by cyclists, honk a few times to have their attention.
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Why do we have to lean the motorcycle while turning?

  • To lesser the effect of the centrifugal force (a force acting on the motorcycle whilst turning).
  • To improve tire grip on a dry or wet roadway.
  • To completely annul the effect of the centrifugal force.
  • To improve our field of vision and our ability to respond to surprises on the road.
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How would you drive your motorcycle when you are forced to cross an oil slick on the road?

  • Slow down gently using the front brake during the entire time of crossing.
  • Slow down gently using the rear brake during the entire time of crossing.
  • Keep driving straight ahead without braking or accelerating and squeeze the clutch operating lever.
  • Slow down sharply with an even distribution between the rear and front brakes, until you pass the oil slick.
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Why is it important to have a wide field of vision through the helmet?

  • To allow people with poor eyesight to drive motorcycles as well.
  • To determine safety distances and driving speed and to reduce response times.
  • To increase motorcycle control in urban roads.
  • To prevent tiredness on long rides during the day and especially during the night.
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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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What is a reasonable and safe motorcycle riding speed?

  • The speed in which the rider exceeds the motorcycle’s driving limits or the road’s designated speed limit.
  • The statutory speed limit.
  • It depends on the motorcycle’s mechanical condition, age and safety systems.
  • A speed in which the rider can identify all road details and in which he has full control of the motorcycle.
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What is a driver required to do after driving through a puddle and dampening the brakes?

  • He shouldn’t do anything. There is no connection between water and the braking system.
  • Drive fast to dry the brakes.
  • Tow the vehicle to the nearest garage.
  • Drive very slowly until the brakes dry out and resume normal functioning.
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While turning, what natural force pushes the vehicle against the direction of the turn?

  • Gravity.
  • Centrifugal force.
  • The force of inertia.
  • None of the natural forces affect the vehicle while turning.
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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 causes a vehicle to skid on the roadway?

  • Quick wear of the clutch and of the gearbox.
  • When the braking forces or the vehicles inertia exceed the tire’s ability to grip of the roadway.
  • Excessive change of gears.
  • When the engine is worn out and cannot stabilize the vehicle.
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How would you conduct yourself when approaching the intersection that is depicted in the following picture?

  • Stop anyway.
  • Always accelerate when entering the intersection, in order to avoid traffic disturbance.
  • Cross it safely.
  • Slow down and even stop if necessary in order to give right-of-way.
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Apart from legal demand, why should a motorcyclist avoid driving in the center of the lane?

  • Because it annoys car drivers
  • Because the center of the lane is the dirtiest and most greasy part of a road.
  • He is not prohibited from driving in the center of a two-way roadway, or in the center of a marked lane within a two way roadway.
  • Because he should keep to the left and take account of other riders.
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Which measures would you take in the following situation?

  • Slow down and stop if necessary.
  • Slow down and honk, to make the pedestrian stop.
  • There is no need to do anything special, because the pedestrian is far away from you.
  • Drive faster and move to the left lane.
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What should a driver do when he approaches a road section on which oil was spilled?

  • Drive faster and avoid stepping on the brake pedal.
  • Slow down as moderately as possible, and avoid heavy l braking.
  • Move the wheel left and right intermittently while driving on the oil.
  • Continue driving normally, because the oil helps to increase tire-road friction.
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How are you required to conduct yourself according to the occurrence that is depicted in the following picture?

  • Stop 12 meters before the pedestrian crossing and allow the pedestrian to finish crossing safely.
  • The pedestrian noticed you and therefore he should stop and allow you to cross the intersection safely.
  • The pedestrian doesn’t notice you. Honk gently to signal him that you wish to continue driving.
  • Slow down and even stop if needed, and allow the pedestrian to finish crossing safely.
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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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A road accident is an incident

  • Unintentional, resulting in injury, including the driver, or property damage, or both.
  • An incident that characterizes young drivers only.
  • An incident that can always be prevented.
  • A premeditated incident resulting in property and infrastructure damage only.
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You are driving on a two-way road and in front of you drives a vehicle that signals with its left indicator:

  • You may immediately overtake it from its right, by pulling into the “hard shoulder”.
  • You should take into consideration that the vehicle before you might deviate to the left and you should allow it to do so.
  • You shouldn’t overtake it on a narrow roadway, but you may overtake it from its left side on a wide road.
  • You may overtake after using the horn to warn him. The signal he gives doesn’t oblige you.
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How can a driver handle the many tasks he needs to perform when approaching an intersection?

  • 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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Theory test for motorcycles

There are 30 questions you have 40 minutes to answer, at the end of the exam time The test result will be displayed