When are we required to keep a more-than-customary distance from the vehicle driving in front of us?

  • When driving in low speed on an urban road.
  • When trucks or other heavy vehicles are in front of us.
  • Never: A distance of two seconds is always sufficient.
  • When visibility is poor, when driving on a slippery road or when we are tired.
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Which of the following sentences is correct as regards to other drivers?

  • You should assume that other drivers would always give you right of way.
  • You shouldn’t assume that other drivers will always give you right of way.
  • Truck drivers are professional drivers; hence they are less of a danger.
  • Drivers who turn-on the winker, always turn to the direction they signal to.
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According to the following picture, what caused the poor field of vision?

  • A disruption in the field of vision can only be a result of blinding by another vehicle driving in the opposite direction.
  • The disruption is caused because the distance between the two vehicles is too small.
  • The fog caused the poor field of vision.
  • The disruption shown in the picture is inevitable, regardless of its cause.
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Why should we avoid running the vehicle’s engine in a closed placed?

  • Because the emitted burnt gases (exhaust)are toxic.
  • To avoid engine over-heating due to poor ventilation.
  • There is no need to avoid it, because it is not important whether or not the engine is running in a closed or open place.
  • Because the engine cannot be operated in a closed place.
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When a driver is blinded by the sun, he should:

  • Drive faster until reaching a shaded place.
  • Slow down and adjust the driving speed to his current range of sight.
  • Look as low as possible to the roadway.
  • Overtake the vehicle in front because it is better to drive on an open roadway.
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What is the most important principle when turning right in an intersection?

  • To start and to complete the turn close to the right edge of the road.
  • To stay away from the road’s right edge.
  • To turn as far as possible from the right sidewalk.
  • To enter and exit the intersection in a wide arc to the center of the roadway.
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The wind resistance that a driving vehicle faces affects:

  • The vehicle’s speed and tire wear.
  • The wear and tear of the steering wheel system,
  • The capacity of the vehicle’s brakes.
  • The vehicle’s stability and speed.
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A panoramic mirror:

  • Causes the objects that reflect in it to look smaller and farther.
  • Is very expensive and therefore used only in buses.
  • Increases the size of reflecting objects.
  • Precisely reflects the objects mirrored in it (without increasing or decreasing their size).
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What is the imminent danger when a vehicle skids whilst driving?

  • Loss of steering ability and loss of control over the vehicle.
  • That the clutch and the driving wheels stop to function.
  • Heating and wear of the vehicle’s brakes.
  • Heating and wear of the vehicle’s tires.
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Is there a connection between the driver’s judgment and the use of drugs and alcohol?

  • Alcohol undermines the driver’s judgment, unlike drugs.
  • They both have no impact on the driver’s judgment.
  • Drugs undermine the driver’s judgment, unlike alcohol.
  • They both impair the driver’s judgment.
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Non adjusted headlights:

  • Do not affect driving in the dark.
  • Cause self-blinding when driving in the dark.
  • Do not iluminate the road as required by law.
  • Increase the driver’s alertness – especially during the night.
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How would you conduct yourself according to the situation depicted in the following picture?

  • Drive faster and honk to keep the children away from the roadway so you don’t hit them.
  • A pedestrian crossing is not marked on the roadway and no “play street” sign is posted. Continue driving normally.
  • Continue driving. The children shall act responsibly and avoid crossing the road when noticing an approaching vehicle.
  • Glance at the mirrors, slow down, follow the children movement on both sides of the roadway and – if required – stop to avoid endangering them.
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You step on the brake pedal and feel that the service brake (foot brake) is not working. What will you do?

  • Try to brake using the hand break.
  • Turn the stirring wheel quickly to the right to break by changing the direction of the wheels.
  • Use the horn and turn-on the lights to warn the driver in front of me.
  • Try to break by stepping on the clutch pedal.
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What should a driver do when he intends to turn right?

  • The driver should honk and continue turning without any further note. The cyclist is the one that should be careful.
  • Take into account the chance that there will be a cyclist to his right during the turn, and take measures to avoid hitting him.
  • The driver should plan his turn according to the traffic rules, without taking note of the cyclist.
  • The driver should stop his vehicle before the turn and wait until the cyclist signals that he can pass.
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What is the problem in the following picture?

  • The bus cannot enter the bay and will disturb traffic when stopping.
  • The presence of the florist in the station makes the passengers’ stay in it more pleasant and it causes no problem.
  • The presence of the florist causes the bus to linger too much time in the station.
  • The flowers placed at the station block the view of the passengers waiting in it.
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What are the components of the stopping distance?

  • The sum of the braking distance and the gap from the vehicle in front.
  • The average of the driver’s braking distance and reaction distance.
  • The sum of the reaction time and of the braking distance.
  • The sum of the decision distance and the execution distance of a reasonable driver.
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“Drinking a large quantity of alcohol disrupts the driver’s peripheral vision and field of vision”: Correct or incorrect?

  • Incorrect.
  • Correct.
  • Correct, but it depends on the type of vehicle driven.
  • It is correct for young drivers only.
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How would you conduct yourself when approaching a place, as described in the picture?

  • Hoot to those standing by the vehicle, and make it clear that you intend on continuing driving without interruption.
  • Slow down and pull into the right “hard shoulder” until the opposite lane is cleared.
  • Stop at the right side of the road and wait for the rescue forces to arrive.
  • Slow down and stop if necessary, and give right of way to the traffic coming from the opposite direction.
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How are you required to conduct yourself according to the situation depicted in the following picture?

  • Drive faster and quickly pass the danger on your right.
  • Move to the left lane while driving faster and paying attention to the conduct of the cyclist.
  • Slow down and pay attention to any change in the conduct of other road users.
  • Continue driving without doing anything special and give warning signals with the horn.
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Driving at night with the high beam can cause:

  • It doesn’t disturb other drivers.
  • The dazzling ( blinding )of other drivers.
  • Damage to the vehicle’s lighting system, particularly to the headlights.
  • There is no statutory restriction on the use of the high beam while driving.
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What is the proven and recommended method for keeping proper distance from the vehicle driving in front of us?

  • Drive as similarly as possible to the drivers in the adjacent right and left lanes,.
  • The “two-second count” method.
  • Vehicle length and engine volume method.
  • Estimating a reasonable distance between yourself and the vehicle driving in front.
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What is the correct way for pulling onto a “hard shoulder” which is lower than the road?

  • Quickly pulling onto the “hard shoulder” and quickly stopping after a very short distance.
  • Slowing down to a low speed and gradually moving onto the “hard shoulder”.
  • There is no "correct way": It is prohibited to pull onto a lower hard shoulder.
  • Quickly pulling onto the “hard shoulder” and then slowing down gradually.
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What is the correct way for changing lanes?

  • Lane change should be done in two stages: First deviating and then signaling with the hand.
  • Lane change should be done in two stages: First deviating and then communicating with the other drivers.
  • You should pass to the other lane through the shortest diagonal distance and as quickly as possible.
  • First perform a check and glance at the mirrors, then check the lane you want to pass to, verify that you can pass to it and then deviate moderately (diagonally) to the other lane.
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When you are driving behind another vehicle:

  • While driving uphill – keep a small distance; while driving downhill – keep double distance.
  • Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you, to prevent an accident.
  • Keep a smaller distance from the vehicle in front of you.
  • Keep a larger distance from the vehicle in front of you only when a “general danger” road sign is placed.
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It is prohibited to start overtaking without verifying

  • Is it permitted? Will I manage to complete it safely, without any doubt?.
  • Does the road have a “hard shoulder”.
  • Does the insurance cover the damages in case of an accident?
  • What is the penalty for prohibited overtaking?
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What is the driver of the silver vehicle required to do according to the following picture?

  • Honk loudly and proceed in the right lane, because the driver of the vehicle that exits from the parking space acts against the law.
  • Slow down and allow the vehicle that exits from the parking space to merge in traffic.
  • Drive faster and move to the left lane.
  • Honk and continue driving without any change in position and speed.
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What vehicle features should be adjusted in order to ensure a comfortable and safe sitting position?

  • The side mirrors and the radio stations.
  • The seat’s position, the angle of the back rest, and the steering wheel position.
  • The head rests and the position of the pedals.
  • The seat’s position and the air flow direction from the vents.
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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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You are driving on a two-way road and in front of you drives a vehicle that signals with its left indicator:

  • You may immediately overtake it from its right, by pulling into the “hard shoulder”.
  • You should take into consideration that the vehicle before you might deviate to the left and you should allow it to do so.
  • You shouldn’t overtake it on a narrow roadway, but you may overtake it from its left side on a wide road.
  • You may overtake after using the horn to warn him. The signal he gives doesn’t oblige you.
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Choose the only correct sentence:

  • The braking distance is always greater than the stopping distance.
  • The braking distance always equals the response distance.
  • The response distance is always longer than the braking distance
  • The stopping distance is always greater than the braking distance.
Category : Safety

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