A road accident is an incident

  • Unintentional, resulting in injury, including the driver, or property damage, or both.
  • An incident that characterizes young drivers only.
  • An incident that can always be prevented.
  • A premeditated incident resulting in property and infrastructure damage only.
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How would you conduct yourself according to the situation depicted in the following picture?

  • Drive faster and honk to keep the children away from the roadway so you don’t hit them.
  • A pedestrian crossing is not marked on the roadway and no “play street” sign is posted. Continue driving normally.
  • Continue driving. The children shall act responsibly and avoid crossing the road when noticing an approaching vehicle.
  • Glance at the mirrors, slow down, follow the children movement on both sides of the roadway and – if required – stop to avoid endangering them.
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What is the imminent danger in the following road section?

  • Limited field of vision while overtaking vehicles in front of you.
  • Engine overheating due to the steep climb.
  • The appearance of a vehicle coming from your opposite direction in your driving lane.
  • The crossing of a separation line and inability to return to the roadway’s right.
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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 would you conduct yourself in the following situation?

  • Honk and bypass the children as if you are overtaking a parked vehicle.
  • Slightly swerve to the right and bypass the children quickly.
  • Glance at the mirrors, slow down and stop if required..
  • Don’t disturb the children, you are driving in a play street.
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When spending time in a club (pub):

  • It should be planned to wait one hour after leaving the pub, and then there should be no danger to drive.
  • It should be agreed that the person drinking the least amount of alcohol would drive after leaving the pub.
  • A designated driver, who abstains from drinking alcohol, should be determined in advance.
  • It should be agreed that the most experienced driver would drive after leaving the pub.
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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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According to the picture, how are you required to conduct yourself when driving on the roadway?

  • Ignore the vehicle coming out of the dirt road and take right of way.
  • Pay attention to the vehicle coming out of the dirt road.
  • Give right of way to the vehicle coming out of the dirt road.
  • Continue driving without doing anything special.
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What would you do when driving at night and you are dazzled )blinded) by a vehicle approaching from your opposite direction?

  • Slow down, keep to the right and look at the yellow line or at the right edge of the road.
  • Honk strongly to alert the other driver that he is blinding you.
  • Stop on the right of the road and turn on the parking lights until the blinding vehicle passes.
  • Turn on the high beam to improve your field of vision.
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When a driver is blinded by the sun, he should:

  • Drive faster until reaching a shaded place.
  • Slow down and adjust the driving speed to his current range of sight.
  • Look as low as possible to the roadway.
  • Overtake the vehicle in front because it is better to drive on an open roadway.
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How would you get the attention of the overtaken vehicle’s driver while overtaking on a freeway (motorway)?

  • Use the horn for as long as you are passing him. It is important that he doesnt ignore you.
  • You are permitted, if it is necessary, to use the horn briefly before passing, .
  • During day light, turn on the vehicle’s parking lights.
  • If required, signal to him with the vehicle’s four direction indicators.
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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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How does a multitude of traffic signs before an intersection affect the driver’s response?

  • The driver is forced to slow down in order to identify the signs and obey their demands.
  • A multitude of traffic signs always confuses the driver.
  • A multitude of traffic signs will cause the driver to think faster in the intersection.
  • A multitude of traffic signs should not affect the driver’s conduct when approaching an intersection.
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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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Continuous braking on a winding descent can cause:

  • Over heating and weaker braking than normal.
  • Over heating and stronger braking than normal.
  • Cooling of the breaks and weak braking.
  • Continuous braking has no negative affect.
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What are you always obliged to do while driving in reverse?

  • Drive in low gear, according to the road’s conditions, in a steep descent only.
  • Operate an external reverse-drive buzzer in all types of vehicles, including private cars.
  • Place a person to guide the driver, in a spot where the driver can see him.
  • Take care as well as appropriate measures to prevent danger, impact, nuisance or disturbance.
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What are we required to see in the inner mirror of the vehicle?

  • The surrounding that is seen from the rear windshield and, as much as possible, from both its sides.
  • The passengers in the back seats.
  • The view from the right and left sides of the vehicle.
  • The rear view and the “blind spots” within it.
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What is required in order to change lanes without causing any disturbance or risk?

  • The driver should only verify that he gives a signal with the winker while changing lanes.
  • The driver should give a timely signal from a sufficient distance, perform a peripheral check in all directions, and glance at the mirrors, before starting to change lanes.
  • The driver should communicate with other drivers and give a signal 3km before changing lanes.
  • The driver should give a signal with the winker and with the headlights while changing lanes.
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Is there a connection between the driver’s judgment and the use of drugs and alcohol?

  • Alcohol undermines the driver’s judgment, unlike drugs.
  • They both have no impact on the driver’s judgment.
  • Drugs undermine the driver’s judgment, unlike alcohol.
  • They both impair the driver’s judgment.
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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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The reaction distance is the distance covered by the vehicle:

  • From the moment the driver eases off his step on the accelerator until the vehicle stops.
  • From the moment the driver notices the danger until he starts to apply the action he decided to take.
  • From the moment the driver steps on the brakes until the vehicle stops.
  • From the moment the driver notices the danger until the vehicle makes a complete stop.
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What should a driver do when he approaches a road section on which oil was spilled?

  • Drive faster and avoid stepping on the brake pedal.
  • Slow down as moderately as possible, and avoid heavy l braking.
  • Move the wheel left and right intermittently while driving on the oil.
  • Continue driving normally, because the oil helps to increase tire-road friction.
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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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The driver’s reaction distance is the distance covered by the vehicle:

  • From the moment the driver steps on the brake pedal until the vehicle makes a complete stop.
  • From the moment the driver identifies the danger ahead until the moment he begins to react to the danger.
  • From the initial reaction until the end of the vehicle’s braking.
  • From the moment the driver identifies the risk ahead until the vehicle makes a complete stop.
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What is the correct way to check the road when starting to drive and merging with traffic?

  • Glance in the mirrors and turn our head in the direction to which we intend to drive.
  • Look as far as possible ahead.
  • Glance at the rear view mirror and make sure that there are no vehicles behind us.
  • Plan our merging with vehicle traffic near us.
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How would you avoid danger when starting to drive?

  • By observing correctly the road and the traffic on it, before starting to drive.
  • By giving a signal immediately as you start to drive.
  • By starting to drive in high speed and quickly merging into traffic.
  • By driving fast in reverse.
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What are the actions you are required to take, before intentionally pulling onto the “hard shoulder” of a non-urban road?

  • Apart from giving a right signal on time, nothing else is required.
  • Slowing down and turning on the four winkers.
  • Good observations mainly to the rear, signaling appropriately and slowing down.
  • Slowig down and turning the steering wheel towards the “hard shoulder” as quickly as possible.
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What effect does keeping distance have on the driver’s field of vision?

  • Keeping distance has no connection to the driver’s field of vision.
  • Keeping distance affects the driver’s field of vision while driving in high speeds and during stormy weather conditions only.
  • The greater is the distance we keep from the vehicle in front, the better is our field of vision.
  • Keeping distance affects the driver’s field of vision during traffic congestion only (“traffic jams”).
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Driving at night with the high beam can cause:

  • It doesn’t disturb other drivers.
  • The dazzling ( blinding )of other drivers.
  • Damage to the vehicle’s lighting system, particularly to the headlights.
  • There is no statutory restriction on the use of the high beam while driving.
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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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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