Question:1

The driver’s reaction distance is the distance covered by the vehicle:


  • From the moment the driver steps on the brake pedal until the vehicle makes a complete stop.
  • From the moment the driver identifies the danger ahead until the moment he begins to react to the danger.
  • From the initial reaction until the end of the vehicle’s braking.
  • From the moment the driver identifies the risk ahead until the vehicle makes a complete stop.
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Question:2

Under which conditions is it advised to turn on the lights during the day?


  • When the sun is behind the driver.
  • When the sun is in front of the driver.
  • When the sun is to the left of the direction of driving.
  • When the sun is to the right of the direction of driving.
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Question:3

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:4

Being familiar with the different systems in the driver’s compartment whilst driving:


  • Only contributes in a theoretical level, and has no other advantage.
  • Allows the driver to operate them automatically, without thinking.
  • Allows the driver to fully concentrate on the traffic and the road.
  • Allows the driver to blindly operate the vehicle systems.
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Question:5

When are we required to keep a more-than-customary distance from the vehicle driving in front of us?


  • When driving in low speed on an urban road.
  • When trucks or other heavy vehicles are in front of us.
  • Never: A distance of two seconds is always sufficient.
  • When visibility is poor, when driving on a slippery road or when we are tired.
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Question:6

What are the advantages of looking far ahead?


  • Looking far ahead extends the braking distance and enhances safety.
  • Obtaining all the information required for planning the drive according to the road’s conditions and avoiding surprises.
  • Forward is the only important direction for drivers, and therefore they should look straight ahead.
  • It allows you to engage in other activities at the same time, such as searching for an address in the GPS.
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Question:7

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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Question:8

Where would you load heavy freight on a truck’s freight platform?


  • The positioning of the heavy freight is non-significant.
  • From the rear axle to the direction of the driver’s compartment.
  • In the front part of the freight trunk.
  • Behind the rear axle.
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Question:9

According to the following picture, is it permitted to deviate to the opposite lane?

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  • Yes, the driver already looked at the mirror and nobody came behind him.
  • Yes, you can deviate to the opposite lane after glancing at the mirror, because no one drives behind.
  • Yes, if the winker is turned on, there is no need to glance at the mirror.
  • No, due to the double continuous separation line on the roadway.
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Question:10

“Drinking alcohol impairs the driver’s ability to estimate distances and speeds”: Correct or incorrect?


  • It is only correct for drivers wearing eyeglasses.
  • It is only correct for women
  • Drinking alcohol impairs the judgment of young drivers only.
  • Correct.
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Question:11

According to the picture, what limitation is faced by the green (commercial) pick-up truck that wishes to turn right?

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  • The motor scooter intends to drive straight; hence there is no danger in turning right.
  • The pick-up truck is permitted to turn right even though the motorcycle is on his right because the law does not forbid it
  • The driver of the pick-up truck should be careful, because there is another vehicle driving in a “blind spot” to his right.
  • The pick-up truck is statutory prohibited to turn right.
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Question:12

How should one change lanes?


  • Signal with the winker and make a short diagonal deviation to the intended lane.
  • After checking and taking account of the position and speed of other vehicles in the intended lane.
  • Drive as close as possible to the desired lane, and when no vehicle drives behind you – signal with the winker and make a short diagonal deviation to the intended lane.
  • Deviate quickly and fearlessly in a short diagonal, and verify that you are signaling with the winker.
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Question:13

What is the first action taken by drivers before crossing an intersection?


  • Checking and identifying the lanes after crossing the intersection, mainly in our direction of driving.
  • Looking beyond the intersection to identify the entry lanes to the opposite directions and the traffic in them
  • Making sure that the intersection is clear and that it can be crossed safely.
  • Entering the intersection.
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Question:14

What factors affect the stability of a freight-carrying commercial vehicle while driving in a curve?


  • The weight of the vehicle and of the engine.
  • The radius and length of the curve.
  • The vehicle’s speed, the radius of the curve and the height of the vehicle’s center of gravity.
  • Only the vehicle’s speed and weight.
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Question:15

Which factors affect the driver’s decision to shift to higher or lower gear?


  • The speed limit in that road section.
  • The vehicle’s speed, considering traffic condition, road condition and visibility.
  • When driving uphill, there is no consideration whether to shift to higher or lower gear.
  • The only affecting factor is the cumulative driving distance.
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Question:16

Is there a connection between the driver’s judgment and the use of drugs and alcohol?


  • Alcohol undermines the driver’s judgment, unlike drugs.
  • They both have no impact on the driver’s judgment.
  • Drugs undermine the driver’s judgment, unlike alcohol.
  • They both impair the driver’s judgment.
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Question:17

Where would you stand your vehicle after being required to pull onto the “hard shoulder”?

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  • Across the canal that is adjacent to the road’s edge.
  • No more than 40cm from the road’s edge.
  • With its two left wheels on the road.
  • As far as possible from the edge of the road.
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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

What in the conduct of the blue vehicle is improper?

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  • The driver of the blue vehicle is not driving in the right-hand lane.
  • Although it is cloudy the driver has not turned on his lights.
  • the driver of the blue vehicle has not turned on his left indicator.
  • The driver in the blue vehicle is not keeping a sfe braking distance
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Question:20

What characterizes a state of driving in which proper distance from the vehicle in front is kept?


  • Driving that requires constant distance adjustments, according to the road’s conditions, and which is exhausting for the driver.
  • Less stressed and relaxed driving, which doesn’t cause tiredness, and prevents risks.
  • Keeping distance has no effect on the character of driving.
  • A state of driving which encourages other drivers to enter into the distance which is kept in front.
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Question:21

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:22

What is the meaning of the term “driving at a reasonable speed”?


  • Driving at a speed that allows the driver to perform other actions, which are not essential to driving.
  • Driving in a similar speed to that of the other drivers around you.
  • Taking account of road and traffic conditions, in a manner that the driver maintains absolute control of the vehicle and can stop safely at all times.
  • When the driving speed is determined at the driver’s own discretion, and provided that it doesn’t exceed the statutory speed limit.
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Question:23

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:24

The distance covered by a vehicle from the moment we step on the brake pedal until the vehicle stops becomes bigger:


  • The faster we drive.
  • The longer is the response time.
  • The slower we drive.
  • The newer is the vehicle.
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Question:25

“Drinking alcohol has a negative effect on the driver’s ability to react”: Correct or incorrect?


  • Incorrect. Alcohol has a positive effect.
  • Incorrect. Alcohol improves your mood and your ability to drive.
  • Correct. Alcohol is a suppressive drug.
  • Incorrect. The driver feels that he cannot drive when he’s drunk.
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Question:26

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:27

What problem faces a vehicle driver who is driving at a high speed?


  • His response time is decreased, and thus his driving becomes more dangerous.
  • There is no problem at all: Research work has proven that in high speeds driving is more calm and relaxed.
  • The driver has very little time to properly respond to road events.
  • The drivers response time is significantly lengthened.
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Question:28

Assuming that the vehicles in the following picture are functioning properly – Which traffic offence was committed according to the picture?

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  • Standing and stopping between two lanes.
  • Not driving on the designated lane for your direction of driving.
  • Standing in a position that is unparallel to the separation area.
  • Standing and stopping on a traffic island and preventing the free flow of traffic.
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Question:29

What are the risks of driving a long commercial vehicle?


  • Inability to turn left safely.
  • It is not riskier to drive a long vehicle compared to a private passenger car.
  • The driver’s response time is longer.
  • Presence of small vehicles within its “blind spots”, and difficulty to make sharp turns.
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Question:30

What might be the cause of loss of control of a vehicle?


  • Driving too fast and not wearing seatbelts.
  • Driving too fast, lack of vigilance and being unfamiliar with the vehicle.
  • Driving too fast and having non-functional head rests.
  • Driving at a reasonable speed and being unfamiliar with the vehicle’s mechanisms only.
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Theory test for heavy trucksŸ

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