How would you avoid hitting the pedestrian in the picture?

  • Warn him by honking loudly and continuously.
  • In the given situation there is no way to avoid hitting the pedestrian.
  • Brake strongly and honk early to drive the pedestrian away to the sidewalk.
  • Drive slowly and identify the pedestrian as early as possible on the road.
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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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Driving down a long steep hill on a n Inter-urban road

  • Go to a higher gear to complete the gradient quickly.
  • Travel in Neutral.
  • Brake for a few seconds so as not to drive too fast
  • Sow down, change down to a lower gear according to the gradient
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When a driver is blinded by the sun, he should:

  • Look as low as possible to the roadway, to avoid blinding.
  • Overtake the vehicle in front because it is better to drive on an open roadway.
  • Stay close to the vehicle in front, so it can block the sun for him.
  • Slow down in accordance with his range of vision and use the sunshade.
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Assuming that the vehicles in the following picture are functioning properly – Which traffic offence was committed according to the picture?

  • Standing and stopping between two lanes.
  • Not driving on the designated lane for your direction of driving.
  • Standing in a position that is unparallel to the separation area.
  • Standing and stopping on a traffic island and preventing the free flow of traffic.
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Why is it required to drive in low gear on a steep descent?

  • To save fuel and to reduce engine wear.
  • To use the engines compression in order to maintain a slow and constant driving speed without overusing the brakes.
  • To prevent tire wear.
  • To prevent overheating of the vehicle’s engine.
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When a driver approaches a narrow bridge, he should:

  • Cross the bridge as quickly as possible, to allow vehicles coming from the opposite direction to pass it without delays.
  • Slow down while approaching and crossing the bridge.
  • Stop before the bridge for safety reasons and then cross it quickly.
  • Drive faster only while approaching the bridge, and drive slowly on the bridge – in order to enhance safety.
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What are the advantages of looking far ahead?

  • Looking far ahead extends the braking distance and enhances safety.
  • Obtaining all the information required for planning the drive according to the road’s conditions and avoiding surprises.
  • Forward is the only important direction for drivers, and therefore they should look straight ahead.
  • It allows you to engage in other activities at the same time, such as searching for an address in the GPS.
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What are the risks of driving in high speeds?

  • Serious damage to the vehicles front tires and steering system.
  • Fast wear and tear of the engine.
  • There is risk in driving in high speeds.
  • Reduced ability of stopping the vehicle in time in order to prevent an accident, and even loss of control over the vehicle.
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The reaction distance is the distance covered by the vehicle:

  • From the moment the driver eases off his step on the accelerator until the vehicle stops.
  • From the moment the driver notices the danger until he starts to apply the action he decided to take.
  • From the moment the driver steps on the brakes until the vehicle stops.
  • From the moment the driver notices the danger until the vehicle makes a complete stop.
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How will a dirty front lamp influence night driving?

  • It will affect the field of vision.
  • The field of vision will grow.
  • It will cause a dazzeling (blinding).
  • Dirt will have no affect on the rider ability to recognize problems.
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Which driver related ability is impaired during fog?

  • Vehicle acceleration.
  • Braking.
  • Steering.
  • Vision
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How would you behave on the road ahead?

  • The number of lanes is decreasing; stay on your driving lane.
  • The number of lanes is decreasing; move to the right lane and keep to your right.
  • The number of lanes is increasing; choose the middle lane.
  • The number of lanes is increasing; choose the left lane.
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Why is a driver required to adjust his sitting position before starting to drive?

  • To prevent unnecessary leg pains that are a result of prolonged sitting in the driver’s seat.
  • To have good control of the vehicle’s operation, instruments and field of vision.
  • Only pregnant women are required to adjust their sitting position.
  • To have easier access to the radio or cellular phone.
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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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A cement mixer is:

  • There is no proper definition for cement mixers.
  • An off-road vehicle.
  • a commercial truck.
  • A special-purpose vehicle.
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How can a correct grip of the steering wheel help to control the vehicle and to keep it stable?

  • The way you grip the wheel is only important in sharp turns and curves, when the vehicle moves in high speed.
  • Correct wheel grip is only important in big and heavy vehicles such as trucks and buses.
  • In a new-model vehicle, the way we hold the steering wheel is important while driving in sharp curves.
  • A correct grip of the steering wheel allows precise turning of the wheel, thus allowing control at all times.
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What effect does the distance between vehicles have on the overtaking process?

  • Short distance reduces the field of vision and increases the risk in overtaking.
  • The closer we are to the vehicle in front of us, the safer is the deviation while overtaking.
  • The distance between vehicles has no effect on the safety of overtaking.
  • The closer we are to the vehicle in front of us, the shorter and safer is the overtaking distance.
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Under which conditions is it advised to turn on the lights during the day?

  • When the sun is behind the driver.
  • When the sun is in front of the driver.
  • When the sun is to the left of the direction of driving.
  • When the sun is to the right of the direction of driving.
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What is the driver obliged to do according to the following picture?

  • Pull into the “hard shoulder” and slow down.
  • Slow down and keep to the right.
  • He is not obliged to do anything special.
  • Honk and flash his lights.
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What is the effect of driving at a high speed during an accident?

  • The driver’s response time is significantly shortened, and safety is enhanced.
  • High speed does not influence the outcome of the accident.
  • It causes greater force of collision and a more severe impact on humans and damage to property.
  • The driver’s response time is lengthened, and safety is thus enhanced.
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When you are driving a truck down a steep descent:

  • Drive down on high gear and stop the vehicle every few kilometers.
  • Drive down on neutral gear and use the brakes according to need.
  • Drive in an appropriate low gear and make sure that the vehicle’s special deceleration mechanisms are operating.
  • The use of gears to brake the vehicle is of no significance.
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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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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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It is prohibited to drive too close to the vehicle in front of you:

  • During the dark only.
  • Only when the weight of the vehicle in front is more than 4 tons.
  • On a steep descent and only after a “dangerous descent” sign.
  • Because it might brake suddenly.
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How are you required to conduct yourself in the following road conditions?

  • Stay in low gear while keeping to the right.
  • Turn on the high beam, because of the shadow on the roadway.
  • Enter the curve carefully and increase speed when going downhill.
  • Honk, because of the obstructed field of vision in the curve.
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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 are the specific risks and problems in crossing intersections?

  • 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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One of the conditions justifying an overtaking of a driving vehicle is:

  • That the overtaking vehicle is delayed as a result of the slow driving of the vehicle in front.
  • There are no conditions that justify an overtaking.
  • That the difference in speed between the overtaking and the overtaken vehicles is sufficient to complete the manouver.
  • That the overtaken vehicle drives slower than the maximum statutory speed.
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“Drinking alcohol disrupts the driver’s judgment and as a result he takes more risks”: Correct or incorrect?

  • Correct.
  • It is rarely correct.
  • It is only correct for women drivers.
  • Incorrect. Alcohol improves the ability to drive.
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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