Question:1

How would you conduct yourself on the following road section?

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  • Stop before the container in case pedestrians are crossing from its other side.
  • Drive faster to avoid a possibility of pedestrians crossing after the container.
  • Slow down and honk a few times before passing the line of the container.
  • The close garbage container obstructs your field of vision; hence you have to slow down.
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Question:2

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:3

What are the characteristics of a mountain road?

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  • 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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Question:4

Who is responsible for keeping a safety distance from the front, rear and sides while riding a motorcycle amongst other vehicle?


  • The other drivers around.
  • The motorcyclist only.
  • The infrastructure-planning authorities.
  • The Police and the Traffic Police.
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Question:5

A vehicle driver must slow down when he:


  • Overtakes on a two-way road.
  • Arrives to the beginning of a steep uphill climb.
  • Overtakes on a one-way road.
  • Drives down a steep or long descent.
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Question:6

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:7

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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Question:8

How are you required to conduct yourself according to the event that is depicted in the following picture?

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  • Drive faster and move to the left lane.
  • Stop next to the pedestrian and explain to him that pedestrians should use the pedestrian crossing behind him.
  • Stop before the pedestrian and signal to him in whatever way that there is a pedestrian crossing behind him.
  • Slow down, show extreme caution, and don’t do anything that might endanger or scare the pedestrian.
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Question:9

What is the most important thing a motorcyclist should check before entering an intersection?


  • That no vehicle is driving in parallel to him at the same speed.
  • He should calculate the time needed to cross the intersection at his current speed.
  • In an intersection with traffic lights there is no need to check anything.
  • That the intersection is clear of traffic that might endanger him.
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Question:10

What is the main risk of approaching an intersection on a wet road?

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  • When it rains, there are more pedestrians.
  • On a wet road, the road markings are concealed.
  • The vehicle might skid into the area of the intersection due to the wet road.
  • Vehicles face no risk on a wet road.
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Question:11

What effect does driving whilst keeping proper distance from the vehicle in front has on the vehicle’s fuel consumption and wear?


  • It is required to keep a proper distance to prevent accidents only, and it has no effect on the vehicle’s wear or fuel consumption.
  • The shorter is the distance kept from the vehicle in front, the lower are both brake wear and fuel consumption.
  • In order to keep proper distance from the vehicle in front you are required to constantly use the brakes, and therefore it causes quick brake wear.
  • When proper distance is kept – brake wear and engine fuel consumption are reduced,
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Question:12

Driving at dark with the high beam turned on might:


  • Waste electricity.
  • Blind (dazzle) other drivers.
  • Spoil the battery.
  • Impair the driver’s vision.
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Question:13

The ability to control a vehicle:


  • Does not depend on driving speed.
  • Depends on road conditions only, and not on the vehicle or the driver.
  • Improves the faster you drive.
  • Increases when driving at a suitable speed for the varying road conditions.
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Question:14

When visibility conditions are impaired:


  • Stay close to the vehicle in front, to be assisted by its lights.
  • Keep to the right of the road and drive faster until visibility conditions improve.
  • Drive slower and maintain a wider gap from the vehicle in front.
  • Maintain normal speed, but remain constantly alert in case an emergency brake is required.
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Question:15

How are you required to conduct yourself according to the occurrence depicted in the picture?

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  • Honk loudly to warn that you are approaching.
  • Slow down carefully and stop if needed, because a child might be chasing the ball.
  • Continue driving and make short and rhythmic honks.
  • Accelerate and pass quickly before any child gets to the roadway.
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Question:16

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:17

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:18

How are you required to conduct yourself in the following road section?

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  • Turn in a bigger radius to maintain reasonable speed.
  • Turn in a small radius and adjust your speed.
  • Slow down before entering the curve and accelerate when coming out of it.
  • Accelerate at the entry to the curve, and slow down within it and when coming out of it.
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Question:19

How is a motorcyclist required to overtake another vehicle?


  • As fast as possible, even if it means to exceed speed limit for a brief moment.
  • From the right side of the overtaken vehicle, and as close as possible to it.
  • From the left side of the overtaken vehicle, while keeping a proper side distance from it.
  • In a manner that allows him to always see the other vehicle in both mirrors.
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Question:20

What are the “blind spots”?


  • Elements obstructing the driver’s rear view.
  • The areas around a vehicle in which its driver cannot notice other road users – neither by looking nor by glancing at the mirrors.
  • The area in front of the vehicle only in which the driver can spot pedestrians.
  • The area behind the vehicle only in which the driver cannot notice other vehicles - neither by looking nor by glancing at the mirrors or by any other means.
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Question:21

The main factors affecting a motorcyclist’s ability to try and evade objects that fall from a vehicle in front are:


  • The motorcycle’s mechanical condition.
  • Excessive air pressure in the motorcycle’s tires – double the required pressure,
  • The proper function of the brakes and tires.
  • Keeping distance and maintaining an effective field of vision at all times.
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Question:22

What would you do when driving at night and you are dazzled )blinded) by a vehicle approaching from your opposite direction?


  • Slow down, keep to the right and look at the yellow line or at the right edge of the road.
  • Honk strongly to alert the other driver that he is blinding you.
  • Stop on the right of the road and turn on the parking lights until the blinding vehicle passes.
  • Turn on the high beam to improve your field of vision.
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Question:23

In your opinion, is the truck positioned correctly within the curve?

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  • When driving on a sharp curve, it is required to stay in it as shortly as possible; hence his position is correct.
  • In sharp curves it is necessary to “cut” through the curve, in order to reduce the centrifugal force (the force that acts on the vehicle while it turns).
  • When there is no other vehicle in the curve it is possible to be positioned anywhere within it.
  • No, the truck driver is not keeping to the right of the road and his position presents a risk to any vehicle coming from the opposite direction.
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Question:24

How can we overcome the problem of tiredness while driving?


  • Have an adequate rest before driving and take rest breaks during the journey.
  • A short break and a heavy meal will drive the tiredness away for a long time.
  • Drive slowly until the tiredness passes away.
  • Physical exercise will drive the tiredness away for many hours.
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Question:25

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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Question:26

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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Question:27

How would you, while driving a motorcycle, evade an obstacle – such as an object that is laid on the road – that suddenly appears in front of you?


  • Brake before the obstacle and while on it. This way you ensure maximum braking time.
  • Substantially accelerate the motorcycle to maintain balance.
  • Brake before the obstacle and then ease-off the brakes just before it and evade it.
  • Drive faster and pass the obstacle without any delay.
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Question:28

How would you conduct yourself according to the picture?

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  • 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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Question:29

What is the advantage of driving on the right side of the road?

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  • It helps to escape quickly to the “hard shoulders” in case of danger.
  • It allows you to stay within the permitted distance of 40cm from the road’s edge.
  • There is no advantage in driving on the right side of the road, except for one-way roadways.
  • It reduces the response distance in case of immediate danger.
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Question:30

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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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