What is the main problem a driver faces when he approaches an intersection?

  • Many tasks he needs to perform simultaneously, in a short period of time.
  • The speed limit changes in an intersection.
  • Part of the intersection is always designated for public transportation.
  • The driver’s main problem is how to cross the intersection quickly.
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How should one drive on a flooded road?

  • Drive fast on high gear.
  • Drive slowly in low gear.
  • Drive fast on low gear.
  • Drive slowly on high gear.
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According to the picture, what limitation is faced by the green (commercial) pick-up truck that wishes to turn right?

  • The motor scooter intends to drive straight; hence there is no danger in turning right.
  • The pick-up truck is permitted to turn right even though the motorcycle is on his right because the law does not forbid it
  • The driver of the pick-up truck should be careful, because there is another vehicle driving in a “blind spot” to his right.
  • The pick-up truck is statutory prohibited to turn right.
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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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How can you be safe while driving on a congested road?

  • By sticking close to the vehicle in front.
  • By keeping distance from your front only.
  • When driving on a congested road, no special attention should be given to the issue of safety.
  • Make sure to make a peripheral check, keep a safe distance in all directions and drive at a reasonable speed.
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What risks should be taken into account on the following roadway?

  • 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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What is a “blind spot”?

  • The distance a driver should keep from other vehicles while driving in reverse.
  • Part of the vehicles circumference in which the driver cannot see or detect road users.
  • The non-paved area around the vehicle.
  • Part of the vehicles circumference which the driver can only see through the mirrors.
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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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“Beer is not considered as an alcoholic drink”:

  • Correct. Beer is regarded as an alcoholic drink, but it doesn’t influence driving at all.
  • Incorrect. The influence of beer is similar to that of any other alcoholic drink.
  • Correct. Beer is not regarded as an alcoholic drink.
  • Correct, but the influence of beer is different than that of other alcoholic drinks.
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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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What are the tedious driving conditions described in the following picture?

  • Wet road, poor visibility and heavy traffic.
  • Due to the weather conditions the traffic sign is not clear.
  • A camera is installed in the intersection; therefore it is not permitted to cross when the light is red.
  • The traffic congestion in the intersection does not oblige us to be overly careful.
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What are the reasons for a vehicle skidding on a road?

  • Late and sudden braking and the presence of elements that prevent traction on the road’s surface.
  • Roads with a high coefficient of friction.
  • Driver tiredness.
  • Tires that are not worn out cause vehicle skidding.
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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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When is it required to operate the parking (hand) brake whilst parking?

  • Only when the vehicle is parked on a steep descent.
  • Always.
  • Only when the vehicle is parked uphill.
  • Only on a wet road.
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How are you required to conduct yourself in the following road section?

  • Accelerate at the entry to the curve, and slow down within it and when coming out of it.
  • Slow down and keep to the right of the road, due to the limited field of vision.
  • Turn in a small radius and adjust your speed.
  • Turn in a bigger radius to maintain reasonable speed.
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Why are you required to be more careful while driving after dark?

  • The duty of care only applies under conditions of fog and rain.
  • The duty of care applies only in case of blinding.
  • Because visibility (seeing and being seen) is limited.
  • You are not required to be extra cautious during the dark.
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How can we avoid danger when we start driving and when we merge with traffic?

  • Danger can be prevented by turning on all the distress signals and warn other drivers while merging with traffic.
  • Danger can be prevented by driving diagonally and at a higher speed while merging with traffic.
  • By quickly entering the lane in which traffic is flowing.
  • By giving an appropriate signal with the winker, looking in all directions and waiting until no one is obstructed.before driving.
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What is a vehicle’s “stopping distance”?

  • The distance covered by the vehicle as of the moment in which the driver reacts to the risk until he steps on the brake pedal.
  • The required distance for stopping at a certain speed.
  • The distance covered by the vehicle from the beginning of braking until the vehicle stops.
  • The distance covered by the vehicle from the time that the driver identifies the risk ahead of him until the vehicle stops.
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How should the driver of the silver vehicle respond, when the driver of the dark vehicle wants to park his vehicle in reverse between two vehicles next to the sidewalk?

  • Enter the parking by himself and prevent the driver of the dark vehicle from parking.
  • Slow down or even stop and allow the driver of the dark vehicle to finish parking.
  • Continue driving normally, as if he did not identify the intentions of the other driver.
  • Drive closer to the dark vehicle, honk, and overtake it quickly.
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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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What are the “blind spots”?

  • Elements obstructing the driver’s rear view.
  • The areas around a vehicle in which its driver cannot notice other road users – neither by looking nor by glancing at the mirrors.
  • The area in front of the vehicle only in which the driver can spot pedestrians.
  • The area behind the vehicle only in which the driver cannot notice other vehicles - neither by looking nor by glancing at the mirrors or by any other means.
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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 alcohol has an adverse effect on eyesight”: Correct or incorrect?

  • Correct.
  • Incorrect.
  • It is only correct for drivers wearing eyeglasses.
  • It is only correct during the night.
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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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How can you manage to keep your braking distance within the range of your vehicle’s lights while driving at night?

  • By using an additional spot light to detect road hazards.
  • By using the rear fog light to reinforce your head lights beam.
  • By turning on the long-distance high beam and driving at a high speed accordingly.
  • By adjusting your driving speed to your field of vision at all times.
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Does a-can of beer have a lesser effect on a driver compared to a whisky shot?

  • No. They both have a more or less equal effect on the driver’s ability to drive safely.
  • No, beer is not regarded as a drink which affects one’s driving.
  • Yes, beer has more alcohol than whisky.
  • No, the quantity of beer is greater and therefore its effect is greater.
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A vehicle driver must slow down when he:

  • Overtakes on a two-way road.
  • Arrives to the beginning of a steep uphill climb.
  • Overtakes on a one-way road.
  • Drives down a steep or long descent.
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What are we required to see in the outer side mirrors of the vehicle?

  • The tip of the vehicle’s side body and the road at the sides of the vehicle.
  • Any moving vehicle to the right of our vehicle.
  • Any vehicle to the left of our vehicle, including pedestrians.
  • The back wheel and the area in front of it.
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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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In your opinion, is the truck positioned correctly within the curve?

  • When driving on a sharp curve, it is required to stay in it as shortly as possible; hence his position is correct.
  • In sharp curves it is necessary to “cut” through the curve, in order to reduce the centrifugal force (the force that acts on the vehicle while it turns).
  • When there is no other vehicle in the curve it is possible to be positioned anywhere within it.
  • No, the truck driver is not keeping to the right of the road and his position presents a risk to any vehicle coming from the opposite direction.
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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