With is the maximum permitted length of a two-axle commercial vehicle?

  • 11.30 meters.
  • 11.00 meters.
  • 12.00 meters.
  • 15.30 meters.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Define “motor vehicle”:

  • A vehicle propelled by a diesel engine only
  • A vehicle propelled by a gasoline engine only.
  • A vehicle, propelled by any power or mechanical means.
  • A vehicle with at least two wheels.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Which of the following vehicles is allowed to drive against traffic on a one-way road?

  • Only security vehicles
  • Only private vehicles
  • Only vehicles with at least four passengers
  • Only bicycles and motorcycles
Category : Rules and Regulations


When is it permitted to use the horn for giving a warning signal in an urban road?

  • It is only allowed to use an air horn.
  • It is always allowed to use the horn, provided that the signal is given in a continuous and uniform manner.
  • It is only allowed to use the horn in order to avoid imminent danger that cannot be prevented in any other way.
  • It is always allowed to use the horn in an urban road.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Is it obligatory to obey the directions of a Public Works Department employee in uniform?

  • No, unless he directs you to stop on the road’s “hard shoulders” only.
  • Yes, but on urban roads only.
  • Yes, wherever road pavement or maintenance works are conducted.
  • No, it is only obligatory to obey a policeman in uniform,
Category : Rules and Regulations


Can a driver refuse to undergo a Breathalyzer test after being requested to do so by a policeman?

  • Yes, he is allowed to refuse, because the policeman represents the health care system and not the law.
  • A driver is forbidden to refuse a policeman’s request to undergo a “breath test” or to give a blood/urine/saliva sample for testing.
  • Yes, he is allowed to refuse, because the test contradicts the Basic Law: Human Dignity and Liberty.
  • Yes, he is allowed to refuse, because of the Protection of Privacy Law.
Category : Rules and Regulations


The following illustration shows an intersection with traffic signs. What is the correct manner of making a turn from street A to street C?

  • From lane 2 to lane 3.
  • From lane 2 or from lane 1 to lane 3.
  • From lane 2 to lane 3 or to lane 4.
  • From lane 2 or from lane 1 to lane 3 or to lane 4.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What is the function of a vehicle’s retarder?

  • Serve as an alternative to the service brakes (foot brake), in order to stop the vehicle when it is under imminent danger during an emergency.
  • Assist the parking brake (hand brake) while parking on a steep descent.
  • Balance the engine’s function and regulate the motor rotations,
  • To reduce the vehicle speed, without using the vehicle’s braking system, e.g. during a long descent.
Category : Rules and Regulations


When is it obligatory to place a warning triangle?

  • Only when a malfunctioning vehicle is left unsupervised.
  • Only when a malfunctioning vehicle is left standing for more than 24 hours.
  • Whenever it is necessary to abandon a vehicle on the road.
  • Only when a malfunctioning vehicle is left standing on an urban road.
Category : Rules and Regulations


While driving during “lighting up time” in a vehicle with an overall width of 220 cm, is it obligatory to turn-on the “Extremity“ side lights?

  • Yes.
  • No, the side lights are to be used for warning when the vehicle malfunctions and stands on the road.
  • Yes, but only from November 1st until March 31st of the following year
  • No, the side lights should only be turned-on while the vehicle is standing for any reason.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What should you do if a vehicle suddenly approaches you while you are being overtaken by another vehicle?

  • Make a complete abrupt stop in the right lane.
  • Deviate as far as possible to the right and do not increase your speed.
  • Honk to warn the overtaking driver.
  • Drive faster to exit the danger area.
Category : Rules and Regulations


According to the driving work hours’ regulation, can freight-handling be accounted as driving?

  • No. Other than breaks and waiting periods, all other vehicle related activities are not accounted as driving.
  • Yes. Freight handling, arranging, loading and unloading is lawfully accounted as driving hours.
  • Yes, but not more than one hour a day.
  • No. Only actual driving, and not any other vehicle related action, is accounted as driving.
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


What is the meaning of a “vehicle non-use notice” (taking a vehicle off the road)?

  • It is permitted to drive the vehicle up to one week after it is taken off the road.
  • It is prohibited to drive the vehicle without an authorization from the insurance company.
  • The vehicle is prohibited from driving, unless it is permitted, according to the non-use form, to drive to a nearby garage.
  • It is permitted to drive the vehicle unlimitedly (if it doesn’t cause any traffic safety risk) but not on road ways.
Category : Rules and Regulations


The license of a “new driver” shall not be renewed as a regular drivers license if he is convicted of the following offence:

  • Not obeying a red light or not giving right of way.
  • Driving a motor vehicle without valid insurance.
  • Not stopping by the stop line besides a traffic light.
  • Not placing a “new driver” sign on the vehicle’s rear window.
Category : Rules and Regulations


“Permitted load” on a commercial vehicle is:

  • The maximum weight of the cargo (in Kg) that is permitted to be loaded on the vehicle
  • The weight of the cargo plus the vehicle’s own weight
  • The all up weight of a transport vehicle
  • The vehicle’s own weight, including: water, oil, fuel and the weight of the driver
Category : Rules and Regulations


While driving on a road with two lanes in your direction of driving:

  • You are always permitted to drive on the left lane only.
  • You are obliged to drive in the right lane, unless you are overtaking or turning left.
  • You are permitted to drive on the right or left lane, according to the type of the vehicle.
  • You may drive on either lane, as long as you don’t cause any risk to traffic.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What is the maximum allowed speed for a utility vehicle?

  • 40 Km/h
  • 70 Km/h
  • 50 Km/h on an urban road
  • 60 Km/h on a freeway
Category : Rules and Regulations


What is required from the chains that are installed between the towing vehicle and the trailer?

  • They should allow the trailer to make a 90 degree or more turn in relation to the towing vehicle.
  • They should ground the electric charge (static electricity) that is accumulated in the vehicle while driving.
  • They should prevent a 90 degrees angle (the letter “L”) between the towing vehicle and the trailer.
  • Their links should be at least 12 mm thick.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Are you permitted to pass another vehicle on its right side?

  • Yes, when you drive in a bus lane.
  • Yes, when your driving speed is faster than that of the other vehicle.
  • Yes, when the other vehicle driving in front gives a right-turn signal.
  • Yes, when the other vehicle drives slowly.
Category : Rules and Regulations


You are driving vehicle no.3. to whom will you give the right of way?

  • To the bus (2) only.
  • To the Motor-cyclist (1) and the Bus (2).
  • To none. You (3) have right of way.
  • To the vehicle that is closest to the intersection.
Category : Rules and Regulations


It is allowed to make a U-turn:

  • Only when there is an unbroken white line.
  • From every lane, unless it is prohibited by a specific road sign.
  • Only in an intersection with traffic lights, where a left turn is permitted.
  • Only in an intersection without traffic lights where a left turn is permitted.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What is a “safety seat”:

  • A seat meeting specified standards installed on two-wheelers and designed for transporting children.
  • A seat, meeting specified standards, secured to the vehicle with a safety belt and used for transporting children with independent belts.
  • Any seat that is adjusted for driving children and elderly people and meets the standard which was set by the Ministry of Environmental Protection
  • A seat which is installed inside a vehicle during its manufacture-stage and is adjusted for driving children with a maximum age of 14 years
Category : Rules and Regulations


Define “one way street”

  • Any path in which vehicle traffic is allowed in one direction only
  • Any roadway in which vehicle traffic is allowed in one direction only
  • Any roadway in which only motor vehicle traffic is allowed in one direction only
  • Any roadway in which vehicle traffic is allowed in both directions
Category : Rules and Regulations


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


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


What is a “commercial vehicle”?

  • A motor vehicle used or designed to transport goods.
  • A vehicle that can only be used for self-transportation.
  • A vehicle in which passenger transportation, besides the driver, is prohibited.
  • A vehicle designed to carry bulk freight only.
Category : Rules and Regulations


In a roadway having at least two lanes in the same direction of driving, which of the following vehicles must enter an intersection from the right of the two lanes?

  • Commercial vehicles with an all-up weight of 10,000 kg or less.
  • Commercial vehicles with an all-up weight of more than 4,000 kg.
  • Motor commercial vehicles with an all-up weight of 6,000 kg or more.
  • Commercial vehicles and work vehicles with an all-up weight of more than 10,000 kg.
Category : Rules and Regulations


When may a driver be in possession of only photocopies of his original vehicle documents?

  • Only a vehicle transport company is allowed to hold a photocopy of the vehicle registration
  • It is only permitted when the vehicle is owned by a corporation, and the photocopied documents’ validity is authorized by the safety officer’s signature and stamp on them.
  • When the vehicle is owned by a private person, and the photocopy is certified by the vehicle owner’s signature
  • Never. The driver must always be in possession of the original documents
Category : Rules and Regulations


Is it permitted to stop a vehicle on a freeway?

  • Yes, but pnly in order to board passengers.
  • Yes, but only in order to drop passengers.
  • Yes, but only at the side of the road, for driver refreshment purposes.
  • No, except for stopping on the “hard shoulder” when the vehicle malfunctions and it is impossible to continue driving,
Category : Rules and Regulations

Theory test for trucks (lorry)

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