When is it permitted to pass more than one vehicle during one overtaking maneuver?

  • It is permitted in a straight and level roadway only, and prohibited in any other type of road.
  • Never: You are lawfully obliged to overtake only one vehicle during an overtaking maneuver, and to return to the right lane.
  • When overtaking is not restricted, and there is enough space in the overtaking lane for safe completion of the overtaking maneuver.
  • It is permitted when you overtake small vehicles only, and prohibited when you overtake big vehicles.
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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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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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How are you required to conduct yourself according to the event that is depicted in the following picture?

  • Drive faster and move to the left lane.
  • Stop next to the pedestrian and explain to him that pedestrians should use the pedestrian crossing behind him.
  • Stop before the pedestrian and signal to him in whatever way that there is a pedestrian crossing behind him.
  • Slow down, show extreme caution, and don’t do anything that might endanger or scare the pedestrian.
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How does pedestrian behavior in the area of the intersection affect drivers?

  • Pedestrians have no significant effect on drivers.
  • The main complication in an intersection is created when pedestrians are crowded on the sidewalk.
  • Driver should anticipate in advance possible dangerous behavior from pedestrians in the area of the intersection.
  • Pedestrians occupy pedestrian crossings for significant time periods, thus causing traffic delays.
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How would you conduct yourself according to the picture?

  • Glance at the mirrors, slow down and stop if necessary.
  • Drive faster and honk gently.
  • Honk for warning and continue driving in normal speed.
  • Honk loudly to warn pedestrians.
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Does drinking alcohol cause sleepiness?

  • Drinking alcohol causes sleepiness among young drivers only.
  • No.
  • Yes.
  • Only while driving during daytime.
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Which vehicles must be equipped with a fire extinguisher?

  • Only private passenger cars.
  • All motor vehicles, except for private passenger cars, tractors and motorcycles.
  • All motor vehicles.
  • Only two-wheelers.
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What is the advantage of driving on the right side of the road?

  • It prevents the vehicle behind you from overtaking you.
  • You create a safety distance between yourself and oncoming vehicle traffic.
  • There is no advantage in driving on the right side of the road, except for one-way roads only.
  • You Stay within the permitted distance of no more than 40cm from the road’s edge.
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Whilst driving on a rough road, you should:

  • Slow down and increase your alertness.
  • Hold your foot on the clutch pedal continuously to ensure smooth driving.
  • Hold your foot on the brake pedal, to be instantly prepared for any occurrence.
  • Drive faster to avoid shakings and pits.
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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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What problem faces a vehicle driver who is driving at a high speed?

  • His response time is decreased, and thus his driving becomes more dangerous.
  • There is no problem at all: Research work has proven that in high speeds driving is more calm and relaxed.
  • The driver has very little time to properly respond to road events.
  • The drivers response time is significantly lengthened.
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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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“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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How should one change lanes?

  • Signal with the winker and make a short diagonal deviation to the intended lane.
  • After checking and taking account of the position and speed of other vehicles in the intended lane.
  • Drive as close as possible to the desired lane, and when no vehicle drives behind you – signal with the winker and make a short diagonal deviation to the intended lane.
  • Deviate quickly and fearlessly in a short diagonal, and verify that you are signaling with the winker.
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What effect does driving whilst keeping proper distance from the vehicle in front has on the vehicle’s fuel consumption and wear?

  • It is required to keep a proper distance to prevent accidents only, and it has no effect on the vehicle’s wear or fuel consumption.
  • The shorter is the distance kept from the vehicle in front, the lower are both brake wear and fuel consumption.
  • In order to keep proper distance from the vehicle in front you are required to constantly use the brakes, and therefore it causes quick brake wear.
  • When proper distance is kept – brake wear and engine fuel consumption are reduced,
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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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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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Are the vehicles within the sharp curve positioned correctly?

  • Yes, all vehicles are keeping to the right as required in this sort of situation.
  • Both vehicles are not keeping eye contact between them as required.
  • The wide side-distance enables a third vehicle to enter between them.
  • You should enter a sharp curve when you are close to the middle of the roadway.
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The distance covered by a vehicle from the moment we step on the brake pedal until the vehicle stops becomes bigger:

  • The faster we drive.
  • The longer is the response time.
  • The slower we drive.
  • The newer is the vehicle.
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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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The ability to control the vehicle in order to prevent accidents:

  • Improves the faster you drive.
  • Is higher the slower you drive.
  • Depends on the size of the tires.
  • Is not dependent on speed at all.
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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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How can we prevent our vehicle from skidding?

  • By holding the steering wheel firmly with both hands, and by driving at a similar speed to that of other vehicles on the road.
  • By driving reasonably and using the brakes in a gentle manner.
  • By stepping firmly and continuously on the brake pedal.
  • By turning the steering wheel right, to stabilize the vehicle.
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What are you required to do when you see that the overtaking silver vehicle intends to return to the right lane?

  • Deviate to the left lane and overtake the vehicle in front.
  • Allow it to return safely and without disturbance.
  • Drive faster in the right lane and overtake the driver before he deviates to the right.
  • Honk to warn and deter the driver who deviates to the right.
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Driving behind the heavy vehicle in the given road conditions, obligate you to:

  • The road conditions do not require any special conduct.
  • Drive closely behind the heavy vehicle ahead.
  • Keeping distance is not necessary because the speed is anyway slow.
  • Keep your distance, drive slowly and patiently.
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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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What are we required to check and verify before starting-up the vehicle’s engine?

  • That the foot brake is pressed, the parking brake secured, the gear handle is in Neutral (N) and the clutch is pressed (in automatic vehicles – Parking (P))
  • The parking brake is released, the gear handle is in first gear and the clutch is pressed.
  • The parking brake is released, the gear handle is on Neutral (in automatic vehicles – N) and the clutch is pressed.
  • The parking brake is secured, the gear handle is on first gear (in automatic vehicles – D) and the clutch is pressed.
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Keeping a safe distance from the vehicle in front of us is required:

  • Only when the driver is very tired and his responses are not quick enough.
  • In order to drive in the correct lane and at a proper speed.
  • In high speeds only and during stormy weather conditions.
  • In order to prevent a rear-end collision when the vehicle in front stops or slows down.
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You are driving a heavy truck down a steep and long descent. When should you shift to an appropriate low gear?

  • The gears are insignificant for slowing down, but you must use the speed retarders intelligently.
  • There is no need to shift to low gear. You should shift to high gear and regulate your speed with the speed retarder, to increase safety.
  • You should shift to low gear towards the end of the descent.
  • You should shift to low gear at the beginning of the descent.
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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