Question:1

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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Question:2

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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Question:3

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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Question:4

A panoramic mirror:


  • Causes the objects that reflect in it to look smaller and farther.
  • Is very expensive and therefore used only in buses.
  • Increases the size of reflecting objects.
  • Precisely reflects the objects mirrored in it (without increasing or decreasing their size).
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Question:5

You arrived to an intersection that is not clear:(free)


  • Stop before the intersection and wait for traffic to clear.
  • You are permitted to turn left, even if the intersection is not clear.
  • If the traffic light is green you may enter the intersection, even when it is not clear.
  • Enter the intersection carefully and wait there for it to clear.
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Question:6

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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Question:7

The traffic light in your direction of driving is green. To what are you required to pay attention when approaching it?

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  • 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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Question:8

Can a short refreshment break whilst driving lessen the driver’s tiredness?


  • Yes, after a break of a few minutes you can drive continuously for many hours.
  • Yes, a short break would drive the tiredness away completely.
  • No, a short break is an ineffective way to fight tiredness.
  • Yes, for a short time.
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Question:9

While braking and slowing down, what force of nature is applied on the vehicle?


  • No force of nature affects the vehicle while it is braking or slowing down.
  • The force of inertia, i.e. the force which causes the vehicle to continue moving.
  • The centrifugal force, i.e. the force applied on the vehicle when it is turning.
  • The lift force, i.e. the force that pulls the vehicle upwards.
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Question:10

What are the provisions for driving in a straight line, without swerving?


  • Glancing at the separation line and keeping a constant distance from it.
  • Focusing on the furthest possible object you can see.
  • Driving while constantly following the roadway’s delineating yellow line.
  • Keeping to the right of the road, while maintaining a constant distance from the right yellow line.
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Question:11

The white vehicle’s driver is merging into traffic. how would you behave?

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  • Honk to the driver of the parked vehicle.
  • Slow down
  • Drive faster.
  • Signal and move to the left lane.
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Question:12

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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Question:13

When are we required to keep a more-than-customary distance from the vehicle driving in front of us?


  • When driving in low speed on an urban road.
  • When trucks or other heavy vehicles are in front of us.
  • Never: A distance of two seconds is always sufficient.
  • When visibility is poor, when driving on a slippery road or when we are tired.
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Question:14

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.
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Question:15

Which of the following sentences is correct, as regards to the behavior of pedestrian near an intersection:


  • When pedestrians are using a pedestrian crossing, they are not obliged to take account of drivers approaching the intersection.
  • Pedestrians are at no risk near an intersection.
  • An intersection is the most dangerous place on the roadway, as drivers take no sufficient note of pedestrians but only of traffic lights.
  • The safest place for pedestrians to cross is the pedestrian crossing next to the intersection, because drivers are obliged to slow down in the area of the intersection.
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Question:16

What is the most important principle when turning right in an intersection?


  • To start and to complete the turn close to the right edge of the road.
  • To stay away from the road’s right edge.
  • To turn as far as possible from the right sidewalk.
  • To enter and exit the intersection in a wide arc to the center of the roadway.
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Question:17

How is a driver required to conduct himself when intending to overtake a school transport bus that stopped to pick-up and let down children?

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  • Overtake the bus quickly, according to the customary overtaking stages.
  • Stop behind the bus and then overtake it.
  • Slow down and be prepared to stop.
  • Honk continuously and overtake.
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Question:18

What is a driver required to do after driving through a puddle and dampening the brakes?


  • He shouldn’t do anything. There is no connection between water and the braking system.
  • Drive fast to dry the brakes.
  • Tow the vehicle to the nearest garage.
  • Drive very slowly until the brakes dry out and resume normal functioning.
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Question:19

What is the purpose of the “hard shoulder” on freeways?

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  • It is an escape place in case of danger.
  • It is a place to stop and talk on the cellular phone,
  • It is a place for parking and stopping for the purpose of driver refreshment.
  • It is a lane used for overtaking restricted vehicles, which illegally drive in the right lane
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Question:20

What is a driver required to do after crossing a flooded road section?


  • Stop at the side of the road and wait until the braking system dries up completely.
  • Make a strong and sudden brake and check if the brakes are responding.
  • Drive slowly and press gently and intermittently on the brake pedal, to ensure that the brakes function properly.
  • Continue driving normally, because there is no connection between water and the braking system’s efficiency.
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Question:21

What should you do to reduce the effect of dazzle (blinding) during the dark?


  • Pull down the sunshade.
  • Keep the windshield clean.
  • Blind back the driver approaching from the opposite direction.
  • Wear dark sunglasses.
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Question:22

Which driver related ability is impaired during fog?


  • Vehicle acceleration.
  • Braking.
  • Steering.
  • Vision
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Question:23

How can we overcome the problem of tiredness while driving?


  • Have an adequate rest before driving and take rest breaks during the journey.
  • A short break and a heavy meal will drive the tiredness away for a long time.
  • Drive slowly until the tiredness passes away.
  • Physical exercise will drive the tiredness away for many hours.
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Question:24

What characterizes the following road?

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  • It is a play street. You should adjust your speed appropriately, up to a maximum of 40 k.p.h.
  • The absence of pedestrians on the roadway; hence there is no risk of being surprised by them. All is in order.
  • It is an urban road with parked vehicles, and pedestrians might emerge from between the parked vehicles.
  • The roadway looks very wide and no surprises are expected.
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Question:25

“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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Question:26

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?

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  • 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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Question:27

When you apply the brake pedal during an emergency braking:


  • The vehicle stops on the spot.
  • The vehicle continues to a certain distance until reaching a complete stop.
  • The vehicle stops on the spot only when you drive at 50 k.p.h or slower.
  • The vehicle’s braking distance is constant, regardless of your driving speed.
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Question:28

What is the main risk of approaching an intersection on a wet road?

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  • When it rains, there are more pedestrians.
  • On a wet road, the road markings are concealed.
  • The vehicle might skid into the area of the intersection due to the wet road.
  • Vehicles face no risk on a wet road.
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Question:29

How are you required to conduct yourself in the following road section?

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  • Turn in a bigger radius to maintain reasonable speed.
  • Turn in a small radius and adjust your speed.
  • Slow down before entering the curve and accelerate when coming out of it.
  • Accelerate at the entry to the curve, and slow down within it and when coming out of it.
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Question:30

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
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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