Question:1

If a vehicle is lawfully photographed while committing an offence, who of the following is held responsible for the offense?


  • The driver’s employer.
  • The driver and the passenger besides him.
  • The vehicle’s owner, unless he proves that the vehicle was driven by another person and he identifies this person.
  • It is not important. The main thing is to have the fine paid.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:2

Who is exempt from paying taxi fare?


  • Every three children pay one ticket.
  • One child under 5 years that is accompanied by an adult.
  • Every child under 5 years.
  • No one. The exemption is only relevant to bus rides.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:3

To whom should you hand lost-and-found objects found in public vehicles?


  • Nobody. You should locate the owner and return the lost object to him.
  • To the dispatcher at the taxi station of the same route service.
  • To the police, or according to any pre-determined arrangements with the owner of the route service.
  • To the dispatcher at the bus station of the same route service.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:4

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:5

Define “to dip the lights”:


  • Turning off the high beam and turning on the fog lights
  • Changing the height of the parking beam
  • Reverting from low beam to high beam.
  • Reverting from high beam to low beam.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:6

When you approach a pedestrian crossing that is marked on the road:


  • Overtaking is prohibited.
  • Careful overtaking is permitted in one-way road ways.
  • Overtaking is prohibited in urban roads. In inter-urban roads it is permitted.
  • Overtaking is permitted.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:7

Which of the following sentences is correct regarding the duty to carry passengers on a public vehicle?


  • It is not obligatory to drive any passenger and it is prohibited to charge more than the stated priced for that ride.
  • It is permitted to charge more than the stated priced for that ride – when the driver is tired.
  • It is obligatory to carry any passenger that is willing to pay for the ride.
  • It is obligatory to carry every passenger and it is permitted to charge more than the stated price – if the passenger’s consents.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:8

It is permitted to park, stop or stand a vehicle when the distance between the vehicle’s wheels and the road’s edge doesn’t exceed:


  • 80 cm.
  • 50 cm.
  • 60 cm.
  • 40 cm.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:9

What is the additional charge applied on share taxi rides from 23:31 until 04:59?


  • 50 percent.
  • 25 percent.
  • 18 percent.
  • 12.5 percent.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:10

The following illustration shows an intersection with traffic signs. What is the correct manner of making a turn from street A to street C?

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  • From lane 1 to lane 3.
  • From lane 2 to lane 3.
  • From lane 2 to lane 5.
  • From lanes 1 or 2 to lane 3 or to lane 4.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:11

Is a bus driver required to hold in the vehicle an extra pair of glasses / contact lenses?


  • Yes.
  • Yes, even if he is not the acting driver at that time.
  • Yes, every driver of a commercial vehicle must hold an extra pair, even when he doesn’t carry any passengers.
  • Yes, every acting driver of a commercial vehicle that carries up to 6 passengers must hold an extra pair.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:12

What is a driver required to do when one of his two headlights malfunctions during “light time”?


  • He must stop. It is forbidden to continue driving.
  • He should keep driving. It is permitted to continue driving slowly until the nearest garage.
  • It is forbidden to continue driving only if the high beam malfunctions.
  • It is forbidden to continue driving only if the low beam malfunctions.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:13

Driver of a “tour vehicle” must be:


  • First degree graduate in Land of Israel Studies and holder of class D or D1 driving license.
  • A driver approved by the Ministry of Transportation and holder of type D or D1 driving license.
  • A certified tour guide approved by the Ministry of Environmental Protection and holder of type D or D1 driving license.
  • A certified tour guide approved by the Ministry of Tourism, and holder of type D or D1 driving license.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:14

“Student transport” in a bus is:


  • Any transportation of children on a bus, including on a route service.
  • Student transport to school or to a schools organized activity, other than on a route service.
  • Any transportation of children or the transportation of students.
  • The transportation of children under 16 yrs.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:15

Which vehicles are obliged to have “safety shoes”?


  • Every motor vehicle with an all up weight of at least 5,000 kg, except for buses.
  • All commercial vehicles regardless of weigh, except for buses.
  • Every vehicle with an all up weight of up to 3,500 kg, except for buses.
  • Every vehicle with an all up weight of up to 4,000 kg, including buses.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:16

On a narrow two-way road with an unbroken separation line dividing the two lanes, how would you conduct yourself when a horse drawn wagon drives before you and the opposite traffic lane is open?


  • Continue driving slowly behind the wagon.
  • Try to overtake the wagon from its right side and drive on the “hard shoulders”.
  • Overtake the wagon in accordance with all traffic rules, but only if the road ahead is open.
  • Overtake the wagon to prevent traffic delay.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:17

According to the law, how should you (vehicle no. 3) behave at the following intersection?

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  • Give right of way to the blue vehicle (1).
  • Cross carefully. The two other drivers should yield (3).
  • Give right of way to both vehicles (1,2).
  • Give right of way to the yellow vehicle (2).
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:18

A policeman may stop a vehicle and have it checked:


  • After the vehicle involuntarily swerved from its lane.
  • Due to the level of pollution emitted from the vehicle’s engine.
  • If he wants to esure that the vehicle’s oil consumption corresponds to the vehicle manufacturer’s manual.
  • If he wants to ensure that the vehicle’s fuel consumption corresponds to the vehicle manufacturer’s manual.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:19

Who is required to hold the vehicle’s registration papers?


  • The driver while driving, even if he’s not the vehicle’s owner.
  • The garage that conducts regular treatments of the vehicle.
  • The vehicle’s owner, even when he’s not driving it.
  • The vehicle’s insurance company.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:20

Is it permitted to stop or park a vehicle after a pedestrian crossing?


  • It is only allowed at night.
  • No.
  • Yes.
  • It is forbidden within a distance of twelve meters after the pedestrian crossing.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:21

When is it permitted to use the “white reversing light”?


  • While driving in reverse, combined with the reverse gear only.
  • While parking in a roofed parking lot.
  • When visibility is poor for any given reason.
  • During fog or pouring rain.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:22

When is it permitted to drive in reverse?


  • When it is required from a traffic-related point of view.
  • When it is required for personal reasons, even if driving in reverse is not essential.
  • Only when the roadway is wider than 4 meters.
  • It is always permitted, as long as we are always seen by other drivers.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:23

Following a “level crossing” sign that is placed about a 100 meters before the crossing, how would you conduct yourself when a slow vehicle is driving before you?


  • You are permitted to overtake it.
  • You are permitted to overtake it only when the road ahead is clear.
  • You are prohibited from overtaking until after the level crossing.
  • You are permitted to overtake it only when its speed doesn’t exceed 35 k.p.h.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:24

Which of the following types of vehicles is prohibited to cross a railroad?


  • A restricted vehicle with a maximum speed of 40 k.p.h.
  • A taxi carrying children on a special road trip ride, if there is no asphalt or cement road at a distance of 20 meters before the tracks.
  • All vehicles carrying, or designed to carry, at least 11 passengers besides the driver, if there is no asphalt or cement road at a distance of 20 meters before the tracks.
  • A commercial vehicle transporting, or designed to transport, hazardous materials, and vehicles in a length of 18 meters or more.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:25

What is the minimal gap that you should legally maintain from the vehicle in front of you?

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  • The distance traveled in at least three second of driving (the 21…22…23 count system)
  • At least twenty two meters.
  • The distance traveled in two seconds of driving.
  • The distance traveled in one second of driving.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:26

You are driving vehicle no.3. to whom will you give the right of way?

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  • To the bus (2) only.
  • To the Motor-cyclist (1) and the Bus (2).
  • To none. You (3) have right of way.
  • To the vehicle that is closest to the intersection.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:27

Who is allowed to drive against traffic in a one-way street?


  • It is prohibited, except for a security vehicle on duty, or in accordance with a policeman’s directions
  • It is allowed for cyclists only
  • It is unconditionally prohibited, even when a policeman directs otherwise
  • It is allowed on holidays, when traffic is light and no disturbance is caused
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:28

What is the correct manner of making a right-turn?


  • From the right lane to the right lane of the road you enter While driving in a reasonable speed and without causing any disturbance or danger
  • In a wide arc, from the roads right to any lane of the road you enter
  • From any lane to the far right lane of the road you enter
  • On any type of road - after giving an appropriate signal.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:29

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

Question:30

How should you behave at the following intersection?

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  • Honk to warn the motor-cyclist and continue driving.
  • Keep driving. The motor-cyclist should yield.
  • Give right of way to the motorcyclist
  • Keep driving straight and blink with the high beam headlights to warn the motorcyclist.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Theory test for public Service Vehicles

There are 30 questions you have 40 minutes to answer, at the end of the exam time The test result will be displayed