Question:1

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

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  • 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.
Category : Safety

Question:2

“Drinking alcohol disrupts the coordination between limbs”: Correct or incorrect?


  • It depends on the driver.
  • Incorrect.
  • Correct.
  • It is sometimes correct.
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Question:3

How would you respond to the situation depicted in the following picture?

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  • Drive faster and pass the children before they start crossing the roadway.
  • Slow down, follow the children movement and prepare to stop.
  • Continue driving. The children would not cross the road when noticing an approaching vehicle.
  • Honk to the children and warn them that you are approaching and that they should not get on the roadway.
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Question:4

Traffic changes are taking place ahead, how would you prepare for these changes?

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  • You are driving on the right lane, pay attention to the vehicles merging into your lane from the right only.
  • The number of lanes is decreasing; move to the left lane without interrupting the vehicles in that lane.
  • The number of lanes is increasing; stay on the right lane and keep to your right.
  • You are driving in the right lane, pay attention to the vehicles merging into your lane, from left and right.
Category : Safety

Question:5

What is the proven and recommended method for keeping proper distance from the vehicle driving in front of us?


  • Drive as similarly as possible to the drivers in the adjacent right and left lanes,.
  • The “two-second count” method.
  • Vehicle length and engine volume method.
  • Estimating a reasonable distance between yourself and the vehicle driving in front.
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Question:6

Which of the vehicles displayed in the picture is not parked correctly?

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  • The vehicle parked while the pedestrian crossing is behind it.
  • Both of them are not lawfully parked.
  • The vehicle park before the pedestrian crossing
  • Both vehicles are lawfully parked.
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Question:7

Which measures would you take in the following situation?

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  • 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.
Category : Safety

Question:8

According to the following picture, what caused the poor field of vision?

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  • A disruption in the field of vision can only be a result of blinding by another vehicle driving in the opposite direction.
  • The disruption is caused because the distance between the two vehicles is too small.
  • The fog caused the poor field of vision.
  • The disruption shown in the picture is inevitable, regardless of its cause.
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Question:9

What are we required to see in the outer side mirrors of the vehicle?


  • The tip of the vehicle’s side body and the road at the sides of the vehicle.
  • Any moving vehicle to the right of our vehicle.
  • Any vehicle to the left of our vehicle, including pedestrians.
  • The back wheel and the area in front of it.
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Question:10

What is the main risk of driving in reverse?


  • Causing damage to the vehicle’s tires, when approaching the sidewalk or sharp objects.
  • The presence of road users in the driver’s “blind spots” and the chance of hitting them.
  • Lack of control over a slow and steady driving speed due to gear restrictions.
  • Causing damage to the steering system, because the wheel is used oppositely to its normal use while driving forward.
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Question:11

What is the required conduct of a driver that exits a dirt road and intends to enter a paved road?

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  • He should allow traffic from his right to continue driving undisturbed, and then enter the road.
  • He should enter the paved road: A vehicle exiting a dirt road has priority over vehicles driving on a paved road.
  • He should give way to all vehicles on the paved road, from right and left, and then enter the road.
  • He should honk, blink his lights and enter the paved road.
Category : Safety

Question:12

Whilst driving on a rough road, you should:


  • Slow down and increase your alertness.
  • Hold your foot on the clutch pedal continuously to ensure smooth driving.
  • Hold your foot on the brake pedal, to be instantly prepared for any occurrence.
  • Drive faster to avoid shakings and pits.
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Question:13

What is the best way to reduce the dangers whilst driving in reverse?


  • By taking a proper and continuous all round view and by driving slowly.
  • By driving fast and finishing the drive backwards as quickly as possible.
  • By turning on the vehicle’s lights.
  • By letting all the passengers off the vehicle while driving backwards.
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Question:14

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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Question:15

How would you conduct yourself when approaching a vehicle standing on the “hard shoulder”?

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  • Honk to the driver of the parked vehicle.
  • Slow down.
  • Drive faster.
  • Signal and move to the left lane.
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Question:16

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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Question:17

The ability to control the vehicle in order to prevent accidents:


  • Improves the faster you drive.
  • Is higher the slower you drive.
  • Depends on the size of the tires.
  • Is not dependent on speed at all.
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Question:18

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:19

When you arrive with your vehicle to the place that is illustrated in the following picture, you must:

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  • Slow down.
  • Honk.
  • Accelerate.
  • Stop.
Category : Safety

Question:20

How can you reduce the effect of being blinded by a vehicle approaching from your opposite direction?


  • By properly adjusting the headlights beam, and flickering to the driver in front.
  • By not looking into the blinding light, and by slowing down and driving on the right of the road.
  • By turning on the windshield wipers.
  • By adjusting the inside mirror to "night" position.
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Question:21

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

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  • Accelerate at the entry to the curve, and slow down within it and when coming out of it.
  • Slow down and keep to the right of the road, due to the limited field of vision.
  • Turn in a small radius and adjust your speed.
  • Turn in a bigger radius to maintain reasonable speed.
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Question:22

How would a strong side-wind affect the movement of the tall truck?

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  • The wind pushes to divert the truck, and the truck driver would be forced to slow down and overcome the lateral force that pushes him to the side.
  • It would have no effect. A commercial vehicle carrying a heavy load is not affected at all by side winds.
  • Side winds do not affect heavy vehicles.
  • It would have no effect. The truck, without cargo, is not affected by the force of side winds.
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Question:23

What is a reasonable speed on a freeway(Motorway)?


  • A speed that takes into account traffic conditions, and that doesn’t exceed the permitted speed limit on that road.
  • In any case, not less that the allowed speed limit.
  • A speed that gives you maximum drive range, provided that it doesn’t exceed the speed limit.
  • At the driver’s discretion, provided that it doesn’t exceed the allowed speed limit.
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Question:24

When is there a danger of vehicle skidding?


  • During fog only.
  • On a narrow road, during a steep uphill climb.
  • On a dry and hot road.
  • During the first rain or when there is mud or oil on the road.
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Question:25

What risk is a driver facing while making a right turn?


  • There is no risk because all road users are aware of the law and know that it is prohibited to be on the right side of a vehicle that makes a right turn.
  • There is no problem because pedestrians and two-wheeler drivers should not enter into a gap created on the right of a vehicle that makes a right turn.
  • There is no risk during the turn, because the law permits two-wheelers and other vehicles to turn at the same time.
  • Two-wheelers might enter the gap to his right during the turn.
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Question:26

How would you conduct yourself when approaching the intersection that is depicted in the following picture?

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  • 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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Question:27

How would you keep your vehicle balanced when approaching a curve in the roadway?


  • You should slow down before entering the curve, and accelerate when coming out of it.
  • You should shift into high gear.
  • You should shift into neutral gear.
  • You should drive faster before entering the curve.
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Question:28

How can you avoid collision according to the indications in the following picture?

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  • Honk loudly and continuously.
  • Keep a proper distance from parked vehicles.
  • Stop and don’t continue driving.
  • Flash the high beam.
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Question:29

What are the elements that contribute to vehicle skidding?


  • The old age of the vehicle.
  • Road visibility conditions.
  • Every element that prevents direct contact between the tire and the roadway, such as: water, oil, mud, gravel, etc.
  • Any element which affects the drivers alertness.
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Question:30

Which of the following sentences is the most correct, as regards to the following picture?

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  • The driver is not keeping to the extreme right of the road.
  • The driver is keeping away from the “hard shoulders” and through this prevents unnecessary risk while in distress.
  • The driver of the white vehicle is driving correctly on the middle of the roadway.
  • The marking on the roadway is not clear enough.
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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