Question:1

What is the meaning of the following traffic sign?

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  • Refreshment station.
  • First aid station.
  • Private ambulance station.
  • Ambulance parking only.
Category : Traffic Signs

Question:2

What does the following road marking (double yellow broken line) indicate?

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  • Bicycle lane.
  • Separation between the roadway and its “hard shoulder”.
  • Road works in place.
  • Public transport lane.
Category : Traffic Signs

Question:3

While driving on a road with two lanes in your direction of driving:


  • You are always permitted to drive on the left lane only.
  • You are obliged to drive in the right lane, unless you are overtaking or turning left.
  • You are permitted to drive on the right or left lane, according to the type of the vehicle.
  • You may drive on either lane, as long as you don’t cause any risk to traffic.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:4

“You are allowed to drive under the influence of alcohol, as long as you do not mix different types of drinks”: Correct or incorrect?


  • Incorrect. The determining factor is the level of alcohol in the blood in relation to the legally allowed level.
  • Correct. You can drink quite a lot of one type of intoxicating drink without becoming drunk.
  • Correct. Alcohol affects driving only when different drinks are mixed.
  • Correct. You should not mix different types of drinks before driving.
Category : Safety

Question:5

The lawful “point system for traffic offenses” is:


  • A system for issuing demerit points to drivers who are convicted of committing traffic offences once every five years.
  • A system for issuing demerit points to drivers who were convicted of committing offences against the traffic regulations.
  • A system through which courts are notified about vehicle improper functioning.
  • A system for registering convictions in criminal offences.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:6

How is it possible to reduce the centrifugal force applied to the vehicle whilst driving?


  • The effect of these force cannot be reduced – it depends on the vehicle’s size only.
  • By driving faster.
  • By driving lawfully and always giving right of way.
  • By reducing speed.on corners and curves
Category : Safety

Question:7

Is it permitted to park a vehicle on the left side of a two-way street?


  • Yes, provided that it is parked close to the sidewalk.
  • It is forbidden.
  • Yes - in a street with at least three lanes.
  • Yes - in a street that is wider than 8 meters.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:8

How should you behave in the situation described in the following picture?

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  • Turn on all four winkers to alert the driver coming from the opposite direction.
  • Turn on the high beam to extend the range of your field of vision.
  • Turn on the high beam and stay at the center of the roadway, so that the vehicle coming in your direction can notice you.
  • Dip the lights, keep to the right and slow down to enable stopping if necessary.
Category : Safety

Question:9

What is the meaning of a “vehicle non-use notice” (taking a vehicle off the road)?


  • It is permitted to drive the vehicle up to one week after it is taken off the road.
  • It is prohibited to drive the vehicle without an authorization from the insurance company.
  • The vehicle is prohibited from driving, unless it is permitted, according to the non-use form, to drive to a nearby garage.
  • It is permitted to drive the vehicle unlimitedly (if it doesn’t cause any traffic safety risk) but not on road ways.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:10

What is the meaning of the following traffic sign?

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  • Road closed in both directions for all vehicles.
  • No entry for motor vehicles (one-way street ahead).
  • No entry for non-motor vehicles (one-way street ahead).
  • No entry to the lane beneath the sign.
Category : Traffic Signs

Question:11

The all up weight of a minibus shall not exceed:


  • 5,000 kg.
  • 3,500 kg.
  • 6,000 kg.
  • 4,000 kg.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:12

Which body authorizes and performs taxi license change of ownership?


  • The Licensing Authority.
  • The Controller of Road Transport.
  • The Public Transportation and Railway Authority.
  • There is no need for a license-conveyance permit, as it contradicts the freedom of occupation choice.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:13

When are the driver and conductor allowed to refuse a passenger from getting onto the bus?


  • When the passenger wears a skiing or skating boots on his feet.
  • When he wants to ride the bus for only one stop.
  • When the passenger has a 100 Nis note and the bus fare is only 12 Nis.
  • When he wants to carry a dog or another animal on the bus.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:14

You are approaching a road section with traffic sign 308 posted before it. A vehicle approaching from the opposite direction already entered the road section . What should you do?

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  • Turn on the lights and enter into the section. You have right of way.
  • Honk continuously and enter the section.
  • Wait for it to exit the section and only then drive through.
  • Enter the section normally and try to pass the opposite vehicle.
Category : Traffic Signs

Question:15

When is it permitted to stop a vehicle on a bridge or inside a tunnel?

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  • It is permitted when the roadway has two lanes or more.
  • It is permitted during “light time” only.
  • During day time only.
  • It is absolutely forbidden.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:16

What is the meaning of the following traffic sign?

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  • Road for motor vehicles only.
  • You have right of way in the road that crosses.
  • No through road (cul-de-sac) to your right.
  • Special entrance to schools or kindergartens.
Category : Traffic Signs

Question:17

How is the term “lighting up time” defined by law?


  • The night time or any other time when visibility is poor.
  • The night time or any other time in which visibility is normal.
  • The time period from sunset to sunrise only.
  • The time period from sunrise to sunset.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:18

A driver’s license will not be renewed if it was expired for a period of more than:


  • Nine months, unless the license holder passes the required examinations and tests, as directed by the Licensing Authority
  • Four months, unless the license holder passes the required examinations and tests, as directed by the Licensing Authority
  • Six months, unless the license holder passes the required examinations and tests, as directed by the Licensing Authority
  • One year, unless the license holder passes the required examinations and tests, as directed by the Licensing Authority
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:19

What is the correct sentence?


  • The braking distance is always longer than the reaction distance.
  • The reaction distance is always longer than the braking distance.
  • The braking distance is always longer that the stopping distance.
  • The stopping distance is always longer than the braking distance.
Category : Safety

Question:20

What is the first thing you need to do after entering the vehicle and before starting to drive?


  • Make sure the hand-brake is applied and adjust the driver’s seat.
  • Start the engine and adjust the seat for safe driving.
  • Adjust the seat besides the driver to allow the passenger coming-in from the right an easy entrance.
  • Make sure you have an extra set of keys (reserve set) for the vehicle.
Category : Safety

Question:21

Under what conditions is it obligatory to operate a “speed retarder” while driving downhill?


  • When a “warning sliding” sign is placed on the road.
  • When the slope rate of the decent exceeds 6% and the length of the decent is more than one kilometer.
  • When the vehicle is equipped with a speed retarder and a sign warning about a dangerous descent is placed on the road.
  • If a vehicle is equipped with a speed retarder, it should always be operated, also while driving on plane surfaces.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:22

Is it specified by the following road sign which rules for giving right-of-way should be applied?

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  • Yes. You have right-of-way since you are driving in the main road.
  • No. Right-of-way is determined according to lawful right-of-way rules or according to the traffic signs that are placed in the intersection.
  • Yes. According to this sign, right-of-way should be given to vehicles that come from the right only.
  • Yes. Right-of-way should be given to vehicles that come from the right and from the left.
Category : Traffic Signs

Question:23

What is a “U-turn”?


  • Any turn not in a right angle is called a U-turn.
  • A turn in which the driver turns back to the direction he came from (turns and drives to the opposite direction)
  • Only a turn in which the driver drives in a roundabout and returns to the direction he came from.
  • A turn in which the driver makes a 360 degrees round.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:24

A minibus is designed to transport up to:


  • 16 passengers apart from the driver.
  • 12 passengers besides the driver.
  • 16 passengers including the driver.
  • 8 passengers besides the driver.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:25

What is the meaning of the following traffic sign?

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  • Steep escent for the next 2,500 meters.
  • Steep escent starts in 2,500 meters.
  • Steep and winding descent for the next 2,500 meters.
  • Steep descent starts in 2,500 meters.
Category : Traffic Signs

Question:26

It is permitted to park a service route bus (not for the purpose of passenger loading / unloading):


  • According to the provisions of the route license, if such was determined by the Authority.
  • In every bus station.
  • In any place, according to the passengers’ request.
  • In every public parking lot.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:27

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.
Category : Safety

Question:28

On a steep descent, when driving on a narrow roadway that doesn’t allow 2 vehicles to pass at the same time:


  • Both vehicles should pull into the “hard shoulders”.
  • Right of way should be given to commercial vehicles weighing more than 4 tons.
  • The vehicle driving uphill should stop.
  • The vehicle driving downhill should give way and stop if necessary.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:29

What are you required to do according to the following road sign?

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  • If you see the train’s lights, stop 20 meters before the crossing.
  • Slow down and prepare to stop before the crossing, if necessary.
  • Drive faster and cross the railway tracks.
  • Stop at a distance of 12 meters from the railway tracks to check if a train is approaching.
Category : Traffic Signs

Question:30

When is it allowed to leave a vehicle standing in a position that is not parallel to the sidewalk (angular parking)?


  • It is absolutely forbidden.
  • In an urban road only.
  • When there is an angular marking on the roadway, and according to the marking.
  • In an urban road, on weekends only.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Theory test for public Service Vehicles

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