Question:1

How should you use the gearbox while driving on a continuous descent?


  • The gearbox should be in high gear.
  • The gearbox selector should be in a low gear.
  • The gear used while driving on a continuous descent is of no importance, as long as the brakes function properly.
  • The gearbox handle should be in neutral gear.
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Question:2

Why is it important for the vehicle to have intact bumpers (fenders)?


  • To give the vehicle an aesthetic look.
  • To reduce damage during accidents.
  • To avoid relatively minor accidents.
  • To prevent damage during serious accidents.
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Question:3

What is the function of the vehicle’s starter?


  • To turn the engine and cause it to ignite..
  • Connect the engine to the wheels.
  • Control the engine’s operation.
  • Disconnect the engine from the wheels.
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Question:4

What will be the result of moderate driving, without performing heavy engine accelerations?


  • Savings in the vehicle’s electricity consumption.
  • Engine fuel consumption savings.
  • Driving becomes longer than necessary.
  • Engine oil consumption savings.
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Question:5

Who is permitted to repair vehicle safety part failures?


  • Every driver having know-how and experience in the field of vehicle mechanics.
  • Every professional in any vehicle repair garage.
  • Every driver, as long as he follows the manufacturer’s manual.
  • A qualified mechanic at a licensed garage only.
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Question:6

What might be causing the steering wheel to be pulled, in a non voluntary manner, to either side whilst driving?


  • A malfunction in the braking system only.
  • A malfunction in the vehicle’s engine.
  • Low air pressure in one of the back wheels.
  • Low air pressure in one of the front wheels.
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Question:7

By driving correctly and moderately, and maintaining proper tire air pressure:


  • The tires’ life span is prolonged.
  • The engine’s fuel consumption is increased.
  • The vehicle can drive faster.
  • The engine’s oil consumption is increased.
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Question:8

What might happen to a vehicle when its wheels get locked?


  • The vehicle will lose its steering ability.
  • The vehicle will lose its braking ability.
  • Overheating of the engine.
  • The steering ability is not influenced.
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Question:9

What is the proper way of checking engine oil level?


  • By using the engine’s dipstick, when the engine is cold and turned off.
  • There is no need to check the engine’s oil, but only to change it in accordance with the manufacturer’s requirements.
  • It can only be checked in a licensed garage.
  • Only before the vehicle’s annual test.
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Question:10

What are you required to do when the engine temperature lamp indicates engine overheating?


  • Continue driving in high speed to achieve strong ventilation that would help to cool down the engine.
  • Continue driving slowly to achieve strong ventilation that would help to cool down the engine.
  • Shut off the engine, clear passengers away from the place and call for help.
  • Stop the vehicle and leave the engine working on medium RPM in order to cool down. If it doesn’t cool down, shut-off the engine.
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Question:11

What is an Electronic Stability Program (ESP) System?


  • A system that prevents the possibility of a braking system malfunction.
  • A system that prevents the possibility of a steering system malfunction.
  • A system that prevents loss of control while skidding and keeps the vehicle on course.
  • A system that prevents the vehicle’s wheels from locking during an emergency braking, thus maintaining the vehicle’s steering.
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Question:12

The manufacure date of a vehicle’s tire is:


  • Noted in the vehicle book.
  • Marked on the tire.
  • Noted in the vehicle’s registration document.
  • Noted in the vehicle’s insurance policy.
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Question:13

What are you required to check when one of the vehicle’s lamps is not working?


  • The bulb and the fuse connected to it.
  • The intactness of the lamp’s lens.
  • The functionality of the lights handle.
  • The battery’s voltage.
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Question:14

How does the braking system of a vehicle work?

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  • Through the braking of the front wheels only.
  • Through the pressure created between the engine and the clutch.
  • By turning the engine opposite to its normal direction of turning.
  • Through the friction between the brake disc and the brake pads.
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Question:15

How would you shift to a lower gear while driving uphill in an automatic transmission vehicle, without moving the gear handle?


  • By taking the foot off the brake pedal without giving gas, in order to get the right speed.
  • By a sharp and quick pressure (“kick down”) on the accelerator, or by applying a designated electric switch.
  • By stepping firmly on the brake pedal.
  • By gradually stepping on the accelerator, until getting the desired result.
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Question:16

In a hybrid vehicle:


  • Tire wear is greater than that of regular vehicles because of the second engine.
  • Braking is harder because of the second engine.
  • Fuel consumption is higher than that of regular vehicles, because of the second engine.
  • Fuel consumption is lower than that of regular vehicles.
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Question:17

When we want to verify that the vehicle’s tire air pressure is correct:


  • We should take the vehicle to a licensed garage, which is the only place allowed to check tire air pressure.
  • We check the air pressure with a tire pressure gauge.
  • It is enough to just look at the tires.
  • We should take the vehicle to a licensed tire repairman, which is the only one allowed to check tire air pressure.
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Question:18

What danger might be caused due to low air pressure in one of the front wheels?


  • The steering wheel might be pulled to the direction of the wheel with the higher air pressure.
  • There is no danger, as long as the pressure level is at least half of the required pressure.
  • There is no risk. The air pressure in the front wheels is of no importance.
  • The steering wheel might be pulled to the direction of the wheel with the lower air pressure.
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Question:19

What are you required to do when the brake-check lamp lights up while driving?


  • Continue driving normally until the vehicle’s periodic treatment.
  • Stop the vehicle and don’t resume driving.
  • Continue driving slowly until the garage.
  • Continue driving normally until the garage.
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Question:20

Why is it necessary to use the handbrake for parking only?


  • The parking brake cannot be used as an emergency brake.
  • Because its handle or lever is not convenient to operate.
  • Because its life span is short and shouldn’t be wasted on regular braking.
  • Because the parking brake doesn’t work on all the wheels and it doesn’t have much power.
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Question:21

When the oil pressure check lamp lights-up while driving, you should:


  • Continue driving, provided that there is enough oil in the oil sump.
  • Continue driving in low gear until the garage (provided that it doesn’t take more than half an hour)
  • Stop the vehicle immediately and shut-off the engine.
  • Continue driving if the engine’s thermometer indicates normal engine temperature.
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Question:22

What is the function of the ABS System?


  • To shorten the life span of the tires.
  • To facilitate softer and milder braking on a wet roadway.
  • To maintain the vehicle’s steering and maneuvering abilities during emergency braking.
  • To facilitate softer and milder braking on a dry roadway.
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Question:23

How would you ensure economic fuel consumption?


  • By shifting to the appropriate gear and maintaining a moderate driving speed of up to 90 k.p.h.
  • By driving in low gear and maintaining a driving speed of more than 120 k.p.h, without any aggressive accelerations or decelerations.
  • By shifting as much as possible to neutral gear while driving downhill.
  • By driving in low gear and maintaining a driving speed of more than 90 k.p.h.
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Question:24

What is the function of the vehicle’s auxiliary (parking/hand) brake?


  • To secure the vehicle from moving or going downhill..
  • To assist the driver during a “hill start” only.
  • Its use prevents wear of the service brakes (foot brake)?
  • To enhance the braking force of the vehicle’s brakes.
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Question:25

How would you conduct yourself in case of brake overheating as a result of continuous braking?


  • Continue driving normally and don’t use the brakes much.
  • Use the parking brake temporarily.
  • Continue driving fast to ventilate the brakes.
  • Stop! Wait for the brakes to cool down and continue driving on very low gear.
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Question:26

Which of the following warning indicators does not require the driver to stop driving when it lights-up?


  • Engine temperature.
  • The fuel level indicator.
  • Brakes failure.
  • Engine oil pressure.
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Question:27

What are the side effects of using malfunctioning windshield wipers?


  • Damaging the vehicle’s engine.
  • Causing noises in the sound system within the driver’s compartment.
  • Impaired windshield visibility, as well as windshield damage.
  • Damaging the windshield’s sealing.
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Question:28

How will you recognize brakes overheating?


  • Irregular shaking of the vehicle.
  • The engine will lose its pulling ability.
  • The engine’s oil pressure indicator will light up.
  • By a lessening of braking efficiency and a smell of burned material.
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Question:29

What factor might undermine seat belt functioning and efficiency whilst driving?


  • Exaggerated backward tilting of the seat’.
  • Driving on a rough road.
  • Driving while wearing few layers of clothes which are too hot.
  • Driver tiredness and sleepiness.
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Question:30

What is the consequence of tyre pressure that is too low?


  • Low tire air pressure has no effect on driving.
  • Increased driving noise.
  • Increased fuel consumption and air pollution.
  • Easy-to-turn steering wheel.
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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