Question:1

Who is responsible for a vehicle emitting smoke above statutory levels?


  • The vehicle’s treating garage.
  • The driver and the vehicle’s manufacturer.
  • The vehicle’s driver.
  • The owner of the gas station that sold the fuel.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:2

When driving behind a slow vehicle on a roadway while a continuous centre white line is marked to your left:


  • You are only permitted to overtake if the slow vehicle is a non-motor one.
  • You are permitted to overtake if the vehicle in front drives slow for a long time
  • You are permitted to overtake, unless a prohibitory sign is placed.
  • You are permitted to overtake, providing you do not cross the continuous centre line..
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:3

How should you drive a child less than one year of age inside a vehicle?


  • In the front seat only, accompanied by an adult passenger.
  • In a safety seat for babies, and in the back seat only..
  • In a safety seat, with the back of the seat facing the front of the car.
  • On the knees of a passenger over twenty one years of age.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:4

The boundary of the intersection / junction is determined by:


  • The stop lines on each of the roads that meet in the intersection
  • The place in which traffic signs are posted before the intersection
  • The imaginary line drawn between the pavements or kerbs of each road meeting the junction.
  • The meeting of two or more pedestrian crossings in the intersection
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:5

What is a “security vehicle”?


  • A fire-fighting vehicle only.
  • Any ambulance, police vehicle, fire fighting vehicle, or any other security vehicle that gives a red or blue light and makes a siren sound.
  • A Red Magen David Ambulance only.
  • Any Israel Police vehicle.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:6

In a vehicle that has an overall width of 210 centimeters or more and that is lawfully equipped with side lamps:


  • The driver must turn-on the side lamps during “light time”.
  • The driver must turn-on the side lamps in an inter-urban road only.
  • The driver doesn’t have to turn-on the side lamps during ‘light time”.
  • It is allowed to drive at any time, even if the side lamps are out of order.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:7

When is a driver required to drive on an asphalt paved hard shoulder?


  • When driving a commercial motor vehicle with an overall permissible weight of more than 10,000 Kg.
  • When driving a motor vehicle that is forced to drive at a slow speed due to the cargo it is carrying or to the slope of the road.
  • When driving a bus with an overall permissible weight of more than 10,000 Kg.
  • Never. The law prohibits driving on the road’s edges.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:8

How should you conduct yourself when exiting premises, a gas station or an access road to a house?


  • You should give right-of-way to vehicles coming from the left only.
  • The “right-of-way” rules in such an exit are identical to those that apply to an intersection.
  • You should give right-of-way to vehicles coming from the right only.
  • Give right of way to any vehicles approaching the road you are entering and pedestrians on the pavement.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:9

In the following illustration you can see a wide road. Which of the numbers within the illustration marks a road way?

3082
  • 1
  • 3
  • 2
  • 5
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:10

Who should you give right of way to at an intersection without traffic signs?


  • To vehicles turning right or left.
  • To vehicles coming from your left.
  • To vehicles coming from your right.
  • To public vehicles.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:11

What is a lane?


  • A roadway designated for motor-vehicle traffic only.
  • Part of a road’s width, designed to accommodate one line of vehicles, not including two-wheelers.
  • Any marking of two parallel lines on the roadway.
  • A passage in a private road in which vehicle traffic is prohibited.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:12

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:13

What is “all up weight”?


  • A vehicle’s own weight, as approved by the Licensing Authority
  • A vehicle’s own weight, plus the weight of the people and cargo that the vehicle is allowed to drive or carry, as approved by the Licensing Authority
  • A vehicle’s own volume plus the weight of the people and cargo it is allowed to drive or carry, as approved by the Licensing Authority
  • The volume of the vehicle and of the cargo it is allowed to drive or carry, as approved by the Licensing Authority
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:14

For how long is it permitted to leave a broken-down vehicle on a road or in a public place?


  • It should be cleared away as soon as possible, no later than 48 hours.
  • Until the rescue vehicle arrives, provided that it doesn’t exceed a period of one week.
  • It should be moved away as soon as possible, no later than 24 hours.
  • For the period in which it is being repaired, provided that it doesn’t exceed 72 hours.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:15

What is a “Tachograph”?


  • A device installed by the vehicle’s owner under in accordance with the importer’s instructions, and traces the number of rounds of the wheels.
  • A device in a vehicle which has a disc that traces and records time, distance, driving speed and driver work hours.
  • A device that is installed in a vehicle in accordance with the importer’s instructions and that traces the vehicle’s speed in order to save on fuel.
  • A device that is installed in a vehicle and that registers vehicle-related technical data and allows the detection of technical malfunctions while driving.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:16

Is it obligatory to obey the directions and signals of a military policeman, even when a certain direction or signal is opposed to the traffic signs?


  • Yes, it is obligatory to obey with full caution.
  • Yes, except for directions which contradict a no-entry sign.
  • No, it is not obligatory to obey
  • Yes, except for directions which contradict a stop sign.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:17

Is a policeman authorized to require a vehicle driver to undergo a blood test for the presence of alcohol or intoxicating drugs?


  • Yes. A policeman is authorized to require a blood test if he has reasonable suspicion that the driver is under the influence of alcohol or intoxicating drugs.
  • No. A policeman is not authorized to require the performance of any test without a court order.
  • No. A policeman is not authorized to require a driver to perform a blood test for determining alcohol or intoxicating-drug levels..
  • No. A policeman is not authorized to require a driver to perform any type of test, at any given time or place.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:18

Is it permitted to transport a freight container while few of its twist locks are not secured?


  • Absolutely not.
  • Yes, but only when transporting short containers.
  • Yes, but only with the approval of a police officer.
  • Yes, when transporting a 40 feet container.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:19

What is the all up weight of a vehicle that is required to have a braking system check at least once every half a year?


  • 16,000 kg or more.
  • 8,000 kg or more.
  • 10,000 kg or more.
  • 12,000 kg or more.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:20

Is it permitted to drive under the influence of sedatives?


  • Absolutely not, unless it is indicated otherwise in the medication’s prescription.
  • Yes, sedatives have no affect on driving.
  • It is permitted to take sedation pills half an hour before driving.
  • Only if the driver tends to be influenced by a certain medication.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:21

How should cargo be transported in a vehicle that has no separate driver’s compartment?


  • It is prohibited to transport freight in a vehicle that doesn’t have a separate driver’s compartment.
  • The vehicle must have a partition that separates and protects the passengers from being hit by the cargo.
  • It is only permitted to transport freights on platforms.
  • It is only permitted to transport freight in bulk.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:22

What is a “pedestrian crossing”?


  • A part of the pavement that is marked for pedestrian crossing
  • A part of the road designated and marked for pedestrians to cross.
  • A part of the road edge that is marked for pedestrian crossing
  • A part of the road that is marked for pedestrian crossing, including the pavement
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:23

Which of the following is an emergency vehicle?


  • A Red Magen David Ambulance, an Israel Police vehicle, IDF vehicle, Fire-fighting vehicle, integrated policing vehicle or any other vehicle approved by the Authority, when it sounds its emergency signals and operates flashing lights and sounds an alarm signal.
  • Any ambulance, IDF vehicle, fire-fighting vehicle or other commercial vehicle that was authorized to function as an emergency vehicle by the Licensing Authority
  • Every vehicle of the Israel Police or the IDF and vehicles that are used for regular security missions in borderline settlements
  • A vehicle of the Israel Police or the IDF and a fire-fighting vehicle only
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:24

What is an “interchangeable crate?


  • A box or fixed loading platform designed for freight loading and unloading.
  • crate, box or any other means for carrying goods, designed to be loaded on or off the vehicle with a permanent crane
  • A wooden box designed to transport citrus fruit in bulk, which can be replaced by other boxes.
  • A transport fixture for fluids that can be taken off the vehicle’s chassis and be left with or without freight.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:25

What is the first thing a driver should verify before driving an unfamiliar vehicle?


  • The identity of the vehicle’s owner and that the vehicle is not stolen.
  • That he is proficient in operating and using the controls of the vehicle.
  • That there are work tools, proper spare (reserve) tire, warning triangle and air compressor.
  • That the vehicle had gone through proper servicing on time.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:26

What is a commercial vehicle in accordance with the Carrier Services Law?


  • Any commercial vehicle used for paid transportation only.
  • Vehicles used for passenger transportation only.
  • A vehicle with an all up weight of 10,000 kg or more and a vehicle transporting hazardous materials of any weight.
  • A commercial vehicle, as per its lawful definition, that was given a permit to carry goods and transport passengers.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:27

Is a policeman permitted to demand of a vehicle driver to perform a “Breathalyzer test”?


  • No. A policeman is not entitled to require a vehicle driver to perform an “alcohol test”, except under a court order.
  • Yes, a policeman may ask a driver to perform a "Breathalyzer test" at any time.
  • No. A policeman is not entitled to require a vehicle driver to perform any type of tests, except for an alcohol breath test.
  • Yes, but only if the policeman reasonably suspects that the vehicle driver’s health condition is not well.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:28

On a steep descent, when driving on a narrow roadway that doesn’t allow 2 vehicles to pass at the same time:


  • Both vehicles should pull into the “hard shoulders”.
  • Right of way should be given to commercial vehicles weighing more than 4 tons.
  • The vehicle driving uphill should stop.
  • The vehicle driving downhill should give way and stop if necessary.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:29

Under what conditions is it obligatory to operate a “speed retarder” while driving downhill?


  • When a “warning sliding” sign is placed on the road.
  • When the slope rate of the decent exceeds 6% and the length of the decent is more than one kilometer.
  • When the vehicle is equipped with a speed retarder and a sign warning about a dangerous descent is placed on the road.
  • If a vehicle is equipped with a speed retarder, it should always be operated, also while driving on plane surfaces.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:30

A “central divider” is:


  • An area in which parking is prohibited, unless a traffic sign only directs otherwise
  • An area allowing escape at a time of danger, marked by a specific traffic sign
  • An area intended for two-wheeler parking on an urban way, without requiring any specific traffic sign
  • An area intended for parking on an urban way
Category : Rules and Regulations

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