What should a driver always do before making left a U-turn?

  • Make sure that the proper gear is shifted and that the headlights are turned on.
  • Make sure that the turn is permitted and that it doesn’t cause any traffic disturbance.
  • Alert about his intention by turning on the four direction indicators.
  • Position the vehicle on the right of the road from which he intends to turn.
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When parking a vehicle, is it necessary to operate the parking brake (handbrake)?

  • Only when the vehicle is parked in a steep descent.
  • Only when the vehicle is parked uphill.
  • Always.
  • Only on a wet road.
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Accidents that are a result of driver fatigue might occur:

  • On narrow and winding roads only, and not in straight, wide and comfortable road sections.
  • On roads with long and steep descents only.
  • When the driver’s level of alertness decreases.
  • On roads with long and steep uphill sections only.
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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 driver handle the many tasks he needs to perform when approaching an intersection?

  • Warn other road users that he is approaching the intersection (by honking and signaling).
  • Ignore other road users; especially those smaller than him.
  • Drive faster in order to cross the intersection more quickly.
  • Slow down before the intersection, look around, and avoid engaging in any activity other than driving.
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What conduct can be expected from the vehicles in the following picture?

  • To slow down at the entry to the sharp curve and keep driving on the far right of the roadway.
  • Only the dark vehicle is obliged to slow down before entering the curve.
  • The white vehicle shall stop on the right side of the road and give right of way to the dark vehicle.
  • The dark vehicle shall stop on the right side of the road and allow the white vehicle to proceed.
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When visibility on the road is poor, the driver should:

  • Slow down, adjust his speed to the visibility conditions and turn-on his dipped beam.
  • On a two-way road – slow down; and on a one-way road – continue driving normally.
  • Accelerate and turn-on the rear lights, to prevent collision with the vehicle driving behind.
  • Turn-on the high beam to extend the field of vision and warn the incoming traffic from your opposite direction.
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What are the dangers of driving continuously for many hours?

  • Heating and accelerated wear of the vehicle’s tires.
  • Overheating of the vehicle’s engine.
  • It violates the insurance law.
  • Tiredness and risk of falling asleep at the wheel
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When a rear camera is installed in a vehicle:

  • It displays the dead spots behind the vehicle.
  • It displays the dead spots around the vehicle.
  • It displays the dead spots in the vehicle’s front side.
  • It displays the dead spots behind the vehicle, while driving forward only.
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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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According to the following picture, is it permitted to deviate to the opposite lane?

  • Yes, the driver already looked at the mirror and nobody came behind him.
  • Yes, you can deviate to the opposite lane after glancing at the mirror, because no one drives behind.
  • Yes, if the winker is turned on, there is no need to glance at the mirror.
  • No, due to the double continuous separation line on the roadway.
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How are you required to conduct yourself according to the following picture?

  • Slow down and continue driving. It seems, from the looks of the pedestrians, that they noticed your intention to continue driving.
  • The pedestrians almost finished crossing. Continue driving and pass them carefully.
  • Honk continuously to the pedestrians so that they allow you to continue driving.
  • Stop, pedestrians are crossing the roadway.
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What should you do when you are about to start driving after stopping or parking at the side of the roadway?

  • You should signal with your left hand and swiftly merge with traffic. .
  • You should, before starting to drive, signal and then get on the road quickly.
  • Make a left-signal and drive. The other vehicle should give you right-of-way.
  • You should signal appropriately and ensure that you can merge with the traffic without endangering other road users.
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The traffic light in your direction of driving is green. To what are you required to pay attention when approaching it?

  • Ignore the handicap vehicle parked on the right.
  • Pay attention only to the light shown in the traffic light.
  • Approach and cross the intersection quickly.
  • The sudden appearance of pedestrians emerging from between the parked vehicles.
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You are driving in a two-lane one-way street and try to overtake the vehicle driving in front of you. The main risk in deviating to the left is:

  • The crossing of an unbroken separation line.
  • An incoming vehicle driving in your opposite direction might appear on the lane to your left.
  • Disturbing a vehicle driving in the left lane.
  • Disturbing a vehicle driving behind you on your lane.
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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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What are the risks in making a U-turn?

  • Delaying vehicles that are coming from the opposite direction or from behind
  • Colliding with vehicles coming from the opposite direction or from behind.
  • All the answers are correct.
  • Causing an approaching vehicle to make a sudden brake.
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How can you reduce the effect of being blinded by a vehicle approaching from your opposite direction?

  • By properly adjusting the headlights beam, and flickering to the driver in front.
  • By not looking into the blinding light, and by slowing down and driving on the right of the road.
  • By turning on the windshield wipers.
  • By adjusting the inside mirror to "night" position.
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Under which circumstances should you slow down your driving?

  • When your vehicle or any passerby and property are at risk.
  • When passing under a bridge.
  • In a two-way roadway having 4 lanes.
  • When entering an acceleration lane.
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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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When you are overtaking another vehicle on a two-lane two-way roadway:

  • Don’t worry: The overtaken vehicle should deviate to the right and allow you to overtake it easily.
  • You are commiting a traffic violation! This type of overtaking is illegal.
  • You take a risk of another vehicle appearing in the opposite lane.
  • This type of overtaking usually last 30 seconds.
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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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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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“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 ability to control a vehicle:

  • Does not depend on driving speed.
  • Depends on road conditions only, and not on the vehicle or the driver.
  • Improves the faster you drive.
  • Increases when driving at a suitable speed for the varying road conditions.
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How are you required to conduct yourself according to the following road signs?

  • It is prohibited to drive slower than the speed indicated in the sign.
  • Slow down and keep to the right before entering the curve.
  • The last road sign is the determining one; drive 90 k.p.h.
  • Drive normally. The placement of the road signs is unlawful.
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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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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 causes a vehicle to skid on the roadway?

  • Quick wear of the clutch and of the gearbox.
  • When the braking forces or the vehicles inertia exceed the tire’s ability to grip of the roadway.
  • Excessive change of gears.
  • When the engine is worn out and cannot stabilize the vehicle.
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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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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