Question:1

A policeman may stop a vehicle and have it checked:


  • After the vehicle involuntarily swerved from its lane.
  • Due to the level of pollution emitted from the vehicle’s engine.
  • If he wants to esure that the vehicle’s oil consumption corresponds to the vehicle manufacturer’s manual.
  • If he wants to ensure that the vehicle’s fuel consumption corresponds to the vehicle manufacturer’s manual.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:2

When may a police officer revoke a driver’s license for a period of ninety days?


  • When the driver is involved in a car accident in which only property damage was caused
  • When the driver disobeys a stop sign
  • When a driver involved in an accident is reasonably suspected of causing the death of a person.
  • When the driver fails to give right of way.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:3

When is it permitted to drive on a pavement?


  • It is permitted to drive on the sidewalk when one wants to cross it in order to enter/exit a yard or building.
  • It is absolutely prohibited to drive on the sidewalk.
  • It is permitted to drive on the sidewalk when it is free of pedestrians.
  • It is permitted to drive on the sidewalk when the road is blocked or obstructed
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:4

What is the general excessive freight width permitted in a commercial vehicle with an all up weight of more than 15,000kg?


  • Up to 2.60 meters, when the freight is in one unit.
  • Up to 2.10 meters, when the freight is in one unit.
  • Up to 2.50 meters, when the freight is in one unit.
  • Up to 3.40 meters, when the freight is in one unit.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:5

Is it permitted to transport a freight container on a vehicle that is not equipped with twist locks?


  • Yes, but only with a permit from the Licensing Authority.
  • No.
  • Yes, it is permitted to transport freight containers in every vehicle equipped with cables to safely attach the container to the vehicle.
  • Yes, containers can be transported in every vehicle that has a high front wall.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:6

How is a driver required to drive near a group of children?


  • Stop completely for as long as the children are near the road.
  • Continue driving in normal speed, provided that the pavements are wide.
  • Slow down, be prepared to stop and even stop if necessary..
  • Continue driving in normal speed, provided that he uses the horn to warn the children.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:7

Explain the term “independent brake”:


  • A device which causes the braking system to operate each wheel independently.
  • It is a device operated by the driver during continuous and steep descents.
  • A device within the braking system that brakes each wheel independently when the vehicle is slipping.
  • A spring loaded device that operates the braking system independently, and that starts operating when the air pressure in the braking system drops below its required level.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:8

According to the “point system”:


  • Only the traffic court is entitled to revoke a driver’s license.
  • Only a police officer is entitled to revoke a driver’s license and to require a driver to undergo examinations.
  • The Licensing Authority is not authorized to revoke a driver’s license.
  • The Licensing Authority is entitled to require a driver that incurred demerit points to undergo examinations, and it is also entitled to revoke his license.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:9

Is it permitted to park a vehicle on the left side of a two-way street?


  • Yes, provided that it is parked close to the sidewalk.
  • It is forbidden.
  • Yes - in a street with at least three lanes.
  • Yes - in a street that is wider than 8 meters.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:10

Is it permitted to use any other means for signaling when the electric signaling system is not functioning?


  • It is required to give signal by hand, but only in good weather conditions.
  • It is required under these circumstances to give signal by hand.
  • No. You must use the direction indicator for signaling.
  • It is required to give signal by hand, but only at night.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:11

Under what terms is it permitted to transport hazardous materials?


  • The transportation should be approved by the Ministry of Internal Security.
  • The driver must have an adequate permit, and the vehicle must be new (less than four years).
  • A vehicle transporting a hazardous material must have a gasoline engine only.
  • The driver and the vehicle must have adequate permits to transport hazardous materials from the Licensing Authority.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:12

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:13

In a vehicle, towing a trailer the distance between the rear part of the towing vehicle and the front part of the trailer should not be more than:


  • 250 cm.
  • 150 cm.
  • 400 cm.
  • There is no distance restriction between the towing vehicle and the trailer.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:14

A warning triangle must be carried by:


  • Commercial vehicles only.
  • All motor vehicles, including trailers and semi-trailers, but excluding motorcycles.
  • Buses only.
  • Two-wheelers only.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:15

You are driving vehicle no. 3. In what order will vehicles enter the following intersection?

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  • The vehicle on the left will go first (2), the vehicle on the right will go next (1), and you will go last (3).
  • You go first (3), the vehicle on the left is next (2), and the vehicle on the right is last (1).
  • The vehicle on the right (1), you go next (3), and the vehicle on the left is last (2).
  • You go first (3), the vehicle on the right is next (1), and the vehicle on the left is last (2).
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:16

Who is responsible for a vehicle parked in a prohibited area?


  • The vehicle’s owner as listed in its registration document, regardless of who was driving the vehicle at the time the offense was committed.
  • The vehicle’s owner as listed in its registration document, unless he can prove the identity of any other driver who committed the offense.
  • Complaint would only be filed when it is made clear who was driving the vehicle at the time the offense was committed.
  • The rental agency if the vehicle was rented from it.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:17

Four parking spaces for handicapped drivers are marked, one next to the other, in Herzel Street. All four spaces are currently free:

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  • Drivers that do not display the handicap card showing the same sign as The road sign, even if they are free at the moment cannot use the parking spaces
  • Non-handicapped drivers are permitted to use the handicapped parking spaces for a short while, as long as they leave a phone number in which they can be reached at any moment.
  • Non-handicapped drivers are permitted to use the handicapped parking spaces for a short while, as long as at least half of these spaces are free.
  • Non-handicapped drivers are permitted to use the handicapped parking spaces for a moment, as long as they stay in the vehicle while it is parked.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:18

When there is heavy rain,


  • You are entitled to put on the emergency yellow indicators..
  • You are permitted to turn on the fog lights.
  • You should drive at a speed half the speed limit
  • You are permitted to turn on the main(high) beam
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:19

What should you do when driving on a narrow roadway and you are suddenly approached by a vehicle from the opposite direction?


  • Honk and signal with your hands for the driver to return to his lane.
  • Slow down and swerve as far to the right as possible, but don’t pull off the road.
  • Slow down, move as far to the right as possible and, if necessary, pull off the road.
  • Turn on your high beam and signal the other driver to return to his lane.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:20

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:21

Can the details specified in the bill of lading serve as proof of the freight’s weight?


  • Yes, the freight’s weight indication in the bill of lading serves as proof of the correct weight, within a margin of 20% above or below the indicated weight.
  • Yes.
  • No, the weight indicated in the bill of lading is not a final, solid and accepted fact.
  • Yes, but only for freights in a maximum weight of 10,000 kg.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:22

What is the minimal gap that you should legally maintain from the vehicle in front of you?

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  • The distance traveled in at least three second of driving (the 21…22…23 count system)
  • At least twenty two meters.
  • The distance traveled in two seconds of driving.
  • The distance traveled in one second of driving.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:23

A driver of a commercial vehicle that transports more then eight passengers and who is obliged to wear glasses or contact lenses must:


  • Hold an extra pair of the optical instrument, besides the pair he’s wearing.
  • Hold in the vehicle a spare pair of glasses or lenses apart from the pair he’s wearing.
  • Verify before driving the regularity and cleanliness of the optical instrument.
  • Perform a visual acuity test once every six months, according to requirements.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:24

To which of the following should you give right-of-way when making a left turn in an intersection where no road sign is placed?


  • To a vehicle coming from the left only.
  • To a vehicle coming from in front of you only.
  • To the fastest vehicle.
  • To a vehicle coming from the front and from the right.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:25

A “permanent crane” is:


  • A new fixture that is designed to elevate the axle while changing a punctured tire.
  • A fixture in the vehicle that prevent the vehicle from rolling-over during loading or unloading of an interchangeable box.
  • A fixture that is permanently installed in the vehicle and designed to lift or lower interchangeable crates..
  • A fixture that is permanently connected to the vehicle and designed to lift one side of a side-loading-platform.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:26

It is prohibited to stop or park a vehicle before and after a level crossing, within a distance of:


  • At least 30 meters.
  • At least 50 meters.
  • At least 25 meters.
  • At least 20 meters.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:27

How would we mark a commercial vehicle with an all up weight of more than 3,500 kg that transports at least 11 passengers?


  • This commercial vehicle doesn’t require any special signing.
  • By placing a “passengers” sign in the front only.
  • By placing a “passengers” sign in the front and back.
  • With a “careful, children” sign.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:28

What is a driver of a vehicle carrying oversize freight required to do when due to road conditions he cannot be overtaken by other drivers?


  • Drive until the nearest parking bay or bus station bay and stop to allow other vehicles to overtake him.
  • Turn on the four distress winkers, and continue driving on the right of the road way.
  • Swerve his vehicle as far to the right of the roadway as possible, but avoid pulling into the “hard shoulder” because the vehicle’s weight might cause the “shoulder” to collapse.
  • Slow down and, if necessary, pull into the “hard shoulder” and even stop, to allow the vehicles behind him to overtake safely.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:29

What is the maximum speed permitted for work vehicles and commercial vehicles with an all up weight that exceeds 12,000 kg?


  • Same as any other vehicle on the roadway.
  • 50 k.p.h on an urban road, and 90 k.p.h on a road with a built diving area;
  • 40 k.p.h on an urban road, 80 k.p.h on a non-urban road, and 90 k.p.h on a road with a built diving area;
  • 50 k.p.h on an urban road, and 80 k.p.h on any other type of road;
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:30

You are driving vehicle no. 3. To which of the following vehicles would you give right-of-way?

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  • To none of them. You have right-of-way on the straight road (3).
  • To the motorcyclist (1) and to the cyclist (2).
  • To the cyclist only (2).
  • To the motorcyclist only (1).
Category : Rules and Regulations

Theory test for heavy trucksŸ

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