Question:1

What is the SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) airbag system?


  • It is a system of external airbags that inflate after collision.
  • It is an airbag system that balances the vehicle during dangerous turns.
  • It is a system that cools the brakes during emergency braking.
  • It is a system designed to reduce passenger impact, through the inflation of airbags during collision.
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Question:2

Which of the vehicle’s systems might cause an uneven wear of the front tires?


  • The air conditioning system.
  • The steering system.
  • The braking system.
  • The electricity system.
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Question:3

What are you required to do after changing a wheel?


  • There is no need to do anything special.
  • Tighten the wheel’s retaining nuts after removing the jack stand, and repeat this procedure after driving 50km.
  • Make a general check (of tire properness and your kicking ability) by lightly kicking the tire.
  • Check the temperature of the tire before the next drive.
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Question:4

Which type of bulb would you use when required to change a bulb in the vehicle?


  • It is permitted to change a bulb in a certified licensing facility only.
  • A bulb, stipulated in the manufacturer’s manual.
  • It is prohibited to change a bulb without the permission of the treating garage.
  • The type of the bulb is unimportant, as long as it works.
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Question:5

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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Question:6

The level of which types of fluids is a driver required to check in his vehicle?


  • Clutch oil and engine oil.
  • Steering wheel oil and clutch oil.
  • Brake fluid and air-condition gas.
  • Engine oil, coolant, brake fluid and windshield cleaning fluid.
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Question:7

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:8

What is the relation between the vehicle’s air bags and safety belts during an accident?


  • If seat belts are not buckled, the passengers will be severely struck by the air bags.
  • There is no relation between the air bags and the seat belts.
  • The air bag only operates when the seat belt is not.
  • It is not obligatory to wear seat belts when air bags are installed in the vehicle.
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Question:9

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:10

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


  • Increased driving noise at high speeds.
  • Increased wear and tear of the gear box.
  • Rapid wear and tear of the steering wheel.
  • Accelerated wear and tear of the tyres and reduced vehicle stability.
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Question:11

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:12

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:13

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:14

To disconnect the engine from the wheels, you should:


  • Press the clutch pedal.
  • Step on the brake pedal and on the accelerator.
  • Shut-off the engine.
  • Press on the starter switch.
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Question:15

How does the vehicle’s Electronic Stability Program (ESP) System function during dangerous driving conditions?


  • It checks the tires’ air pressure and activates the hand-brake in order to slow down the vehicle’s speed.
  • It controls the engine’s power only.
  • It controls the steering wheel.
  • It activates the brakes on on all weels seperately and controls the engine’s power.
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Question:16

Is it permitted to change the size of tires on a vehicle?


  • Only if it is approved in advance by the Licensing Authority in the Ministry of Transportation.
  • Yes, to any size the driver wants, provided that all the vehicle’s wheels are replaced with new ones.
  • Yes, if the change is approved by the insurance company.
  • Absolutely not.
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Question:17

What is the main function of the auxiliary brake (hand/parking brake)?


  • To assist new drivers in downhill braking.
  • To make sure that the vehicle doesn’t move while parked.
  • The auxiliary brake (hand/parking brake) has no function and it shouldn’t be used at all.
  • To enhance the braking capacity of the service/leg brake.
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Question:18

What is the function of the vehicle’s dashboard( Control panel)


  • To control and receive information from the vehicle’s different systems.
  • The dashboard regulates the engine systems, and prevents tire wear.
  • To serve as an additional security measure during frontal collisions.
  • To control the sound system in the driver’s compartment only.
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Question:19

Head lights which are not properly adjusted:


  • Make the driver more alert.
  • Cause self-blinding of the driver.
  • Have no effect on driving and on vehicle control.
  • Do not illuminate the road properly.
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Question:20

How can we reduce air pollution caused by the vehicle’s gas emissions?


  • By washing the vehicle’s fuel tank once a month.
  • By keeping the engine and its surroundings clean.
  • It is impossible to reduce air pollution. It is a constant factor in the vehicle.
  • By regular maintenance of the vehicle’s engine and other systems.
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Question:21

“Keeping a safe distance from the vehicle in front affects fuel consumption and vehicle wear and tear”. Correct or incorrect?


  • Incorrect: The distance has no influence on vehicle wear or fuel consumption.
  • Correct: Keeping distance prevents brake wear and excessive fuel consumption due to frequent acceleration and braking.
  • Incorrect: Using the breaks and the accelerator in order to regulate wind flow is important for increasing the driver’s alertness.
  • Incorrect: Keeping proper distance from the vehicle in front of you causes brake wear.
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Question:22

What are the risks of driving a vehicle with a leaking engine exhaust system?


  • Engine over-heating.
  • The penetration of burnt gases to the passenger compartment, which might cause loss of consciousness.
  • It might harm nearby vehicles.
  • There is no risk in driving a vehicle with a leaking emission system.
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Question:23

What should a driver verify before lifting his car to change a wheel?


  • He must ensure, in all possible ways that the vehicle cannot move.
  • That the auxiliary (parking/hand) is secured until the wheel is taken off, and then released while the new wheel is installed.
  • That the auxiliary (parking/hand) brake is released until the wheel is taken off, and then tightened while the new wheel is installed.
  • That the auxiliary (parking/hand) is free and released, and that the vehicle is in low gear during the entire course of the wheel change.
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Question:24

What is the significance of the head rests on the vehicle’s seats during an accident from behind?


  • They can prevent neck and back pains during long drives.
  • They reduce forward and backward head jolting (whiplash).
  • They can reduce and prevent passenger knee injuries during frontal collision.
  • They can reduce and prevent passenger leg injuries during vehicle roll-over.
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Question:25

What are the vehicles “emergency lights”?


  • The simultaneous flashing of all the vehicle’s indicators.
  • Warning light placed on the vehicle’s roof.
  • Warning triangle with lights on it.
  • Additional brake light at the height of the window.
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Question:26

What might be the consequence of excessive brake use?


  • Overcooling of the brakes and increase of braking efficiency.
  • Overheating of the brakes and decrease of braking efficiency.
  • Excessive use of the brakes should cause no concern.
  • The power of the engine might be decreased and it might even stop working.
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Question:27

What part of the vehicle reduces whiplash during collision?


  • The safety belts.
  • The rear bumper.
  • The head rests of the vehicle’s seats.
  • The air bags.
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Question:28

One of the differences between manual and automatic transmission vehicles is that:


  • Fuel consumption is usually lower for manual transmission vehicles.
  • Manual transmission vehicles are noisier.
  • Acceleration capacity is lower for manual transmission vehicles.
  • Manual transmission vehicles have no clutch pedal.
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Question:29

What is considered as a proper vehicle maintenance frequency?


  • As required, and according to the pace in which malfunctions are detected in the vehicle.
  • At the discretion of the vehicle’s owner only.
  • The maintenance frequency recommended by the vehicle’s manufacturer.
  • As recommended by the insurance company.
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Question:30

Regular vehicle maintenance, in accordance with the manufacturer’s manual, will:


  • Annuls the need for an annual test.
  • Reduce fuel consumption as well as wear and tear of vehicle parts.
  • Is only required if the vehicle is frequently used.
  • In a new model vehicle, maintenance is not required at all.
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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