Which of the following commercial vehicles must be equipped with mud protectors?

  • Every vehicle that its rear wheels are not protected by wings, except for tractors and speed restricted vehicles.
  • Only commercial vehicles with an all up weight of more than 4,000 kg.
  • Only freight carrying vehicles.
  • Every vehicle that is used for transportation in bulk.
Category : Rules and Regulations


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


Is it obligatory to mark oversize freight on a vehicle?

  • No. A vehicle with oversize freight should only be marked if the freight sticks out from the vehicle’s rear side.
  • Yes, it is obligatory to mark the oversize freight, but only during “light time”.
  • No. When a vehicle is standing on the road, its oversize freight doesn’t cause any risk; hence, it is not obligatory to mark it.
  • Yes, it is always obligatory to mark oversize freight.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Which of the following vehicles requires chains and flags (perimeter lighting)?

  • A vehicle carrying a dust-creating material.
  • A vehicle carrying hazardous materials.
  • A trailer and a semi-trailer that don’t have a floor and walls.
  • A vehicle carrying steel cylinders.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Is it permitted to open the vehicle’s doors while driving?

  • Yes, provided that you drive slowly.
  • It is absolutely forbidden.
  • Yes, when carrying a long cargo.
  • Yes, when there are no passengers in the vehicle.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Is it permitted to drive downhill on neutral gear?

  • It is allowed to shift to neutral gear while driving a public vehicle, a bus or a taxi downhill in a non-urban road only.
  • It is absolutely forbidden. the gears must always be selected and operated .
  • It is allowed to shift to neutral gear in any non-urban road which is moderately sloped, in order to save fuel.
  • It is possible to drive in neutral gear in a moderate slope, where there is no risk of brake overheating, in order to save fuel.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What is the normal pressure in a vehicle’s pneumatic (compressed air) braking system?

  • The maximum pressure the vehicle can generate.
  • As determined by the vehicle’s manufacturer.
  • The pressure in which the vehicle brakes efficiently.
  • As determined by local laws.
Category : Rules and Regulations


When crossing an intersection with one lane in each driving direction:

  • You are allowed to overtake, but you must finish the overtaking after the intersection.
  • You are allowed to overtake carefully vehicles with more than two wheels.
  • You are only allowed to overtake a slow vehicle.
  • It is prohibited to overtake and it is prohibited to try to overtake within the intersection’s boundaries, except if you are overtaking a two-wheeler.
Category : Rules and Regulations


It is prohibited to park a vehicle less than a distance of:

  • 15 meters after a stop sign.
  • 15 meters after the intersection.
  • 12 meters before a pedestrian crossing.
  • 30 meters after a level crossing.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What is a driver required to do when the loading of the braking system’s air tanks takes longer than a reasonable time?

  • Drive to a garage to repair the malfunction.
  • Reduce the engine’s RPM, to make the work of the compressor more efficient.
  • Check the system’s fuel filter and, if required, clean it.
  • Wait until the tanks are filled up, and ignore the problem.
Category : Rules and Regulations


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


What should you do when your vehicle makes unreasonable noise?

  • A vehicle making unreasonable noise should not be driven.
  • It is permitted to drive a vehicle making unreasonable noise under the approval of the local authority.
  • It is permitted to drive a vehicle making unreasonable noise in a freeway.
  • It is permitted to drive a vehicle making unreasonable noise unrestrictedly.
Category : Rules and Regulations


In an intersection without traffic lights, are you required to give right of way to vehicles coming from your opposite direction when you are about to turn left?

  • Only when these vehicles are turning right.
  • Always.
  • Only when these vehicles are turning left.
  • Only when theses vehicles continue driving straight.
Category : Rules and Regulations


According to the law, the semi trailer (which is part of a "articulated vehicle"):

  • Must have two strips on its rear side.
  • Must have stickers and strips on its rear side.
  • Must have two reflecting strips on which "Keep Distance" is written,
  • Must have warning stickers on its rear side,
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According to the law, in what order should vehicles enter the following intersection?

  • The motorcycle (2), the red vehicle (1), your vehicle (3).
  • The red vehicle (1), your vehicle (3), the motorcycle (2).
  • The motorcycle (2), your vehicle (3), the red vehicle (1).
  • The red vehicle (1), the motorcycle (2), your vehicle (3).
Category : Rules and Regulations


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


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

  • Whilst driving on an inter-urban road with a built centre divider.
  • Whilst driving on an inter-urban road without a built centre divider.
  • At the entrance to and whilst driving through a tunnel.
  • Whilst driving on an inter-urban road.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What action can be taken by a policeman when he finds that a commercial vehicle has an excessive cargo weight?

  • Give the driver a notice that his vehicle is taken off the road for a period of 90 days.
  • Order the driver to go back immediately to the cargo loading point and unload all the cargo he carries.
  • Bring the vehicle’s owner to the nearest Licensing Office and revoke his driver’s license for a period of 30 days.
  • Give the driver a notice that his vehicle is taken off the road for a period of 30 days.
Category : Rules and Regulations


When and where are you required to turn on the direction indicator?

  • You should signal with the winker when you are 150 meters before the turn.
  • You should only signal before making right-hand and left-hand turns.
  • You should only signal when other passersby are near.
  • In such place and time that other road users can notice the given signal.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What type of insurance covers the damage that is caused to other vehicles?

  • Directors insurance.
  • Third party insurance.
  • Fire insurance.
  • Obligatory insurance.
Category : Rules and Regulations


How should a driver conduct himself when noticing a “security vehicle”?

  • Slow down, divert to the road’s right edge and continue driving normally.
  • Divert his vehicle to the right, as close as possible to the road’s edge, give right-of-way and stop if necessary a distance from an intersection.
  • Mount the sidewalk and stop there.
  • Drive closely behind the security vehicle and keep a constant distance of two seconds from it.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What gap should be maintained from the vehicle that is driving in front of us?

  • A gap of thirty meters, in order to allow safe stoppage.
  • A gap of forty meters, in order to prevent an accident.
  • A gap of at least three seconds.
  • A gap which always allows us to stop and prevent a collision..
Category : Rules and Regulations


If a vehicle is lawfully photographed while committing an offence, who of the following is held responsible for the offense?

  • The driver’s employer.
  • The driver and the passenger besides him.
  • The vehicle’s owner, unless he proves that the vehicle was driven by another person and he identifies this person.
  • It is not important. The main thing is to have the fine paid.
Category : Rules and Regulations


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


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


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


What is the responsibility of the controller of the vehicle as regards to the work and rest hours of the vehicle’s driver?

  • The controller of the vehicle must not permit the vehicle’s driver to exceed statutory work hours.
  • The controller of the vehicle is not responsible for the work and rest hours of the vehicle’s driver. The driver is solely responsible for it.
  • The controller of the vehicle may, under the approval of the safety officer, instruct the driver to exceed statutory driving hours.
  • The controller of the vehicle is responsible, yet the safety officer of a vehicle fleet may adjust the work and rest hours to meet the requirements, regardless of the law.
Category : Rules and Regulations


When is it forbidden for a person to drive any type of vehicle?

  • When he did not rest at least 8 hours before driving
  • When his physical or mental state might endanger other road-users
  • Before taking a medication and during the following 24 consecutive hours
  • As long as the driver holds a valid driver’s license, there is no law that prohibits him from driving
Category : Rules and Regulations


Which of the roads in the following illustration is a one-way road?

  • Street A and street C.
  • Street B and street C.
  • Only street C.
  • Street A.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Is a driver obliged to show a policeman the vehicle’s original documents?

  • Yes, at a time and place to be determined by the policeman
  • No, a certified photocopy is sufficient
  • No, a photocopy signed by the vehicle’s owner is sufficient
  • Yes, at the time determined by the vehicle’s driver
Category : Rules and Regulations

Theory test for heavy trucksŸ

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