Question:1

How does driving on the right side of the road affect drivers field of vision?


  • Keeping to the right improves the field of vision of the drivers in the vehicles behind you.
  • Driving on the right reduces the view angle of those driving behind you.
  • There is no connection between driving on the right and the field of view.
  • The field of vision is not affected: A comfortable field of view can only be created by doubling the required distance between vehicles.
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Question:2

The ability to control a vehicle:


  • Does not depend on driving speed.
  • Depends on road conditions only, and not on the vehicle or the driver.
  • Improves the faster you drive.
  • Increases when driving at a suitable speed for the varying road conditions.
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Question:3

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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Question:4

Driving at dark with the high beam turned on might:


  • Waste electricity.
  • Blind (dazzle) other drivers.
  • Spoil the battery.
  • Impair the driver’s vision.
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Question:5

What are the specific risks and problems in crossing intersections?

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  • Many and various contact points between the different types of vehicle through the intersection.
  • Crossing the intersections takes a long time; an upsetting fact for drivers.
  • The fact that vehicles approach the intersection from different directions causes no problem. The problem is only with pedestrians.
  • Specific risks and problems are present only in intersections with traffic lights.
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Question:6

What is the order of actions the driver needs to take before slowing down?


  • Step firmly on the brake pedal, to inform the driver behind you began to slow down.
  • Give a hand signal to the driver behind, glance at the mirror to see his response and slow down.
  • Turn your head backwards, step on the brake pedal to slow down and finally take a quick look at the mirrors.
  • Glance at the mirrors, ease off the accelerator pedal and use the brakes or gears.
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Question:7

What should you do when you are about to start driving after stopping or parking at the side of the roadway?

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  • You should signal with your left hand and swiftly merge with traffic. .
  • You should, before starting to drive, signal and then get on the road quickly.
  • Make a left-signal and drive. The other vehicle should give you right-of-way.
  • You should signal appropriately and ensure that you can merge with the traffic without endangering other road users.
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Question:8

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:9

What conduct can be expected from the vehicles in the following picture?

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  • To slow down at the entry to the sharp curve and keep driving on the far right of the roadway.
  • Only the dark vehicle is obliged to slow down before entering the curve.
  • The white vehicle shall stop on the right side of the road and give right of way to the dark vehicle.
  • The dark vehicle shall stop on the right side of the road and allow the white vehicle to proceed.
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Question:10

The reaction distance depends on:


  • The vehicle’s speed only.
  • The driver’s response only.
  • The driver’s reaction time and the vehicle’s speed.
  • The proper function of the vehicles brakes.
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Question:11

A road accident is an incident

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  • Unintentional, resulting in injury, including the driver, or property damage, or both.
  • An incident that characterizes young drivers only.
  • An incident that can always be prevented.
  • A premeditated incident resulting in property and infrastructure damage only.
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Question:12

What limitations does a driver experience while driving in reverse?


  • Limited field of vision and uncomfortable vehicle operation.
  • An experienced driver has no limitations while driving in reverse.
  • It is hard to control the braking system while driving fast and needing to operate many systems.
  • Driving in reverse takes more time.
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Question:13

How would you conduct yourself according to the following picture?

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  • Cyclists are of no danger to vehicles. Drive normally when they are nearby.
  • The cyclist is not stable and is affected by the fast vehicles passing by. Slow down when approaching him.
  • When passing by cyclists, drive faster to reduce the period of conflict with them.
  • When passing by cyclists, honk a few times to have their attention.
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Question:14

What risks are expected whilst driving on a mountain road?


  • Engine heating due to excessive use of the brakes.
  • Loss of braking ability and head-on collision. Difficulty yo pull off the road.
  • Tire overheating.
  • Loosening of a wheel due to the roads steep slope.
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Question:15

Describe the following situation:

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  • Children playing on the roadway. I shall honk to warn them and pass them from their left.
  • Children playing on the roadway. In order not to disturb them, I shall pass them from their right.
  • Children playing on the road. I will take every necessary precaution so as not to endanger them.
  • I noticed children playing. I shall honk so that they clear the roadway and don’t disturb me.
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Question:16

In your opinion, why was a continuous line marked on the roadway?

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  • Because of the limited field of vision ahead.
  • Because of the tree lines on both sides of the roadway.
  • Because there is a bus-stop bay on the right side of the roadway.
  • Because the roadway is narrow.
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Question:17

What are the most important conditions in order to safely pull onto the “hard shoulder”?

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  • The only important condition is that it is permitted to stop on the “hard shoulder”.
  • That the hard shoulder and the road are in the same height and that the hard shoulder is wide enough.
  • That the hard shoulder is paved with asphalt or concrete.
  • That there are no color markings on the hard shoulder.
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Question:18

Before starting to drive, what action needs to be taken by the driver before moving the automatic transmission selector?


  • Release the clutch pedal, to connect between the engine and the gear box.
  • Step on the accelerator, to start driving immediately.
  • Release the parking brake, to release the gearbox lock.
  • Apply the foot-brake, to prevent the vehicle from moving.
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Question:19

How should you behave when approaching the road section described in the following picture?

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  • Keep to the right of the road and enter the curve with cautions.
  • Keep to the right without changing your driving speed.
  • Drive in high gear.
  • Slow down considerably and keep driving on the left side of the roadway.
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Question:20

How can we overcome the problem of tiredness whilst driving?


  • By driving faster to shorten your journey and arrive home early.
  • Black coffee is the solution for all problems.
  • A short break and a heavy meal will drive the tiredness away for a long time.
  • By having adequate rest before driving and making rest and refreshment breaks during your journey.
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Question:21

In order to avoid hitting a vehicle that makes a sudden stop in front of you:


  • Keep your foot on the brake pedal so that you can also stop if needed.
  • Try to overtake it so it will be behind you.
  • Always keep sufficient distance from the vehicle in front .
  • Stop immediately upon noticing the brake lights of the vehicle in front, regardless of your distance from him.
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Question:22

What are the risks in making a U-turn?

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  • Delaying vehicles that are coming from the opposite direction or from behind
  • Colliding with vehicles coming from the opposite direction or from behind.
  • All the answers are correct.
  • Causing an approaching vehicle to make a sudden brake.
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Question:23

What are the elements that contribute to vehicle skidding?


  • The old age of the vehicle.
  • Road visibility conditions.
  • Every element that prevents direct contact between the tire and the roadway, such as: water, oil, mud, gravel, etc.
  • Any element which affects the drivers alertness.
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Question:24

What risks should be taken into account on the following roadway?

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  • Vehicles are parked adjacently to each other and pedestrians cannot cross between them.
  • There is no risk in the following roadway.
  • Sudden appearance of pedestrians or children from between the parked cars.
  • Traffic policeman writes tickets to drivers who parked on the right of the roadway,
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Question:25

What are the provisions for driving in a straight line, without swerving?


  • Glancing at the separation line and keeping a constant distance from it.
  • Focusing on the furthest possible object you can see.
  • Driving while constantly following the roadway’s delineating yellow line.
  • Keeping to the right of the road, while maintaining a constant distance from the right yellow line.
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Question:26

Which of the following accessories reduces passenger impact severity during an accident?


  • Seat belts, airbags and head rests.
  • Head rests and the brake and clutch pedals.
  • Rear windshield wipers and head rests.
  • Fog lights and orthopedic seats.
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Question:27

How can we moderate a situation in which our vehicle skids on the road?


  • Through correct speed ,steering and a correct and early use of the brakes.
  • By strongly turning the wheel left and right, to stabilize the vehicle.
  • By holding the steering wheel firmly with both hands.
  • By stepping firmly and continuously on the brake pedal.
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Question:28

What is the correct order of actions while reducing the vehicle’s speed?


  • Slowing down by stepping on the clutch pedal and shifting to higher gear.
  • Slowing down and shifting to lower gear.
  • The order of actions is of no importance during vehicle deceleration.
  • Shifting to lower gear and stepping on the clutch pedal.
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Question:29

What are the characteristics of a mountain road?

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  • Many pedestrians and animals.
  • Wide and unmarked roadways.
  • Mountain roads are never paved.
  • Narrow and winding roadway, sharp curves, bends and sudden slopes.
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Question:30

How would you start the engine of an automatic transmission vehicle?


  • Make sure the gear handle is in (D) and the hand brake is released.
  • Make sure the hand brake is applied, and the gear selector is in (P) or (N).
  • The selected gear is of no significance. Just make sure that the hand brake is not released.
  • Make sure the gear selector is in (R) and the hand brake is released.
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Theory test for trucks (lorry)

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