Question:1

Which of the following types of vehicles must have a low rear collision protection bumper?


  • Commercial vehicles with a rear extension that covers 60% of the axle distance.
  • Commercial vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers with an all up weight of 3,500 kg or less.
  • Connected vehicles, integral commercial vehicles and semi-trailer trucks with an all up weight of more than 15,000 kg.
  • Commercial vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers, and work vehicles with an all up weight of more than 3,500 kg.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:2

The following penalties may be imposed by a court of law on a driver convicted of committing a traffic offence:


  • Revoking a driver’s license, prison term, fine and other lawful penalties.
  • Fine or only suspended prison term.
  • Revoking a driver’s license or only suspended prison term.
  • Fine, active prison term or only suspended prison term.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:3

What warning measures are installed in the driver’s compartment of a vehicle with a pneumatic braking system (air pressure)?


  • Warning lamp, warning buzzer, and air pressure gauge.
  • Red warning lamp in the middle of the dashboard.
  • Warning lamp and emergency braking handle.
  • Warning lamp and independent brake.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:4

When is it permitted to use the “white reversing light”?


  • While driving in reverse, combined with the reverse gear only.
  • While parking in a roofed parking lot.
  • When visibility is poor for any given reason.
  • During fog or pouring rain.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:5

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

Question:6

According to the law, how should you (vehicle no. 3) behave at the following intersection?

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  • Give right of way to the blue vehicle (1).
  • Cross carefully. The two other drivers should yield (3).
  • Give right of way to both vehicles (1,2).
  • Give right of way to the yellow vehicle (2).
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:7

In which cases are you obliged to slow down?


  • You are only obliged to slow down in case of busy traffic.
  • When encountering or overtaking an animal.
  • There is no obligation to slow down. There is an obligation to drive carefully.
  • You are obliged to slow down in an urban road only.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:8

When is it not obligatory to inform the police station about the hitting of another vehicle or property in the absence of its owners?


  • When the accident’s impact is mild and the damage caused to the vehicle or to the property is not serious.
  • When a car assessor, which is recognized for this purpose by the police, is called.
  • When the incident is informed to the insurance company within the lawfully stated date and time.
  • When a policeman happens to arrive to the scene and is informed about the incident’s details.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:9

When driving near a group of children, the driver is required to:


  • Slow down and, if needed, stop the vehicle.
  • Make a complete stop for as long as the children are close to the roadway.
  • Continue driving in normal speed, provided that he uses the horn to warn them.
  • Continue driving in normal speed, if the group of children is accompanied by a teacher or a guide.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:10

According to the law, while driving at night and in good weather conditions – what is the minimal distance that should be covered by the vehicle’s headlights?


  • The range of the headlights is not defined by law, and it is determined at the discretion of the vehicle’s manufacturer.
  • 100 meters for the high beam, and 30 meters for the low(dipped) beam.
  • 120 meters for the high beam, and 50 meters for the low beam.
  • 150 meters for the high beam, and 60 meters for the low beam.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:11

Are passengers permitted to get in or out of the off side of a vehicle?

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  • Yes, if it doesn’t disturb the passengers.
  • It is absolutely forbidden.
  • No, except for the driver and except for the passenger sitting next to him when the vehicle is parked on the left of the road.
  • Yes, if it doesn’t put the passengers and the driver at risk.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:12

When does the law require a driver to “reduce the speed of a vehicle”?


  • When the driver approaches speed limit.
  • Before completing an overtaking maneuver in a two-way road.
  • Reduction of speed is required when there is imminent danger to life or property.
  • When the driver is tired.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:13

When is a driver obliged to signal?


  • When he approaches a level crossing with a barrier.
  • When he intends to change his driving lane.
  • When he arrives to a long uphill drive.
  • When he arrives to a steep descent.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:14

Is it obligatory to obey the directions of a policeman who has identified himself with an appropriate certificate?


  • No. you must only obey a traffic policeman who directs traffic in an intersection.
  • Yes, even if his directions contradict those of a road sign.
  • Generally not.
  • Yes, but only concerning traffic directions that are given within the intersection.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:15

What is “all up weight”?


  • A vehicle’s own weight, as approved by the Licensing Authority
  • A vehicle’s own weight, plus the weight of the people and cargo that the vehicle is allowed to drive or carry, as approved by the Licensing Authority
  • A vehicle’s own volume plus the weight of the people and cargo it is allowed to drive or carry, as approved by the Licensing Authority
  • The volume of the vehicle and of the cargo it is allowed to drive or carry, as approved by the Licensing Authority
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:16

At what minimal distance from a residential building or a public structure is it permitted to park a vehicle transporting hazardous materials?


  • 400 meters.
  • 300 meters when the vehicle is loaded; 50 meters when the vehicle is empty.
  • At least 50 meters.
  • 200 meters.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:17

Is it obligatory to signal while deviating to the right or to the left from the driving lane?


  • It is not obligatory to signal while deviating from one lane to the other.
  • It is not obligatory to signal during an insignificant deviation from the lane.
  • It is obligatory to signal before any deviation from the driving lane, until it is completed.
  • It is not obligatory to signal if the deviation is significant and noticed by all drivers
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:18

What must a driver do when approaching a railway crossing barrier which is marked by a traffic light?

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  • Turn off the vehicle’s radio only.
  • Act normally. The driver must drive carefully only when he sees or hears an approaching train.
  • Act normally. When a railway crossing is protected by a barrier, the driver is allowed to be less alert.
  • He must always slow down.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:19

Is a vehicle driver allowed to exceed the speed limit while overtaking?


  • Yes, in a non-urban road only.
  • No.
  • Yes, in a freeway only.
  • Yes, when overtaking a motorcycle.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:20

Is it permitted to make changes in the vehicle or driver’s documentation?


  • It is permitted only to highlight writings that were erased or made unclear over time
  • It is permitted only to add or change an address, in the main post office branch
  • It is permitted only to add the zip code of a residence address, in the main post office branch
  • No. Only the Licensing Authority is allowed to change details in these documents.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:21

Is it permitted to stand or park a vehicle on the sidewalk (pavement)?


  • No, except in a regulated place marked with a sign..
  • It is absolutely forbidden.
  • Yes, it is permitted on an interlocking-stone-surface sidewalk.
  • Yes, it is permitted on a sidewalk with a minimum width of 3 meters.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:22

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

Question:23

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:24

On a narrow two-way road with an unbroken separation line dividing the two lanes, how would you conduct yourself when a horse drawn wagon drives before you and the opposite traffic lane is open?


  • Continue driving slowly behind the wagon.
  • Try to overtake the wagon from its right side and drive on the “hard shoulders”.
  • Overtake the wagon in accordance with all traffic rules, but only if the road ahead is open.
  • Overtake the wagon to prevent traffic delay.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:25

the holder 0f a "B" driving license is entitled to drive


  • any licensed invalid carriage with an all up weight of 4000klg
  • a licensed invalid carriage with an all-up weight of 2500klg
  • any vehicle with an all-up weight of 5000klg
  • any invalid carriage with no weight restriction.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:26

According to the law, in what order should vehicles enter the following intersection?

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  • The tractor (2) always enters the intersection last.
  • The tractor (2), you, as the vehicle making a left turn (3), the blue vehicle (1).
  • The vehicle turning left (3), the blue vehicle (1), the tractor (2).
  • You, as the vehicle making a left turn (3), followed by the tractor (2), and then the blue vehicle (1).
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:27

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:28

In which cases are you legally obliged to slow down?


  • When the road is obstructed, or having poor visibility or sharp bends.
  • Before and during overtaking, for increased safety.
  • In a place that is shaded by a boulevard of high trees.
  • When you approach a place in which delinquent activity might take place.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:29

When are we not obligated to drive a private passenger car in the right lane?


  • When another vehicle overtakes us from the left.
  • When you pass another vehicle from its right side.
  • When the right lane is designated for another type of road users (e.g. public transportation lane).
  • When another vehicle that is driving on the left side of the road signals about its intention to start drive.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:30

What is the maximum allowed speed in a “play street”?

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  • 10 KPH.
  • 20 KPH.
  • 40 KPH.
  • 30 KPH.
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