Question:1

The wind resistance that a driving vehicle faces affects:


  • The vehicle’s speed and tire wear.
  • The wear and tear of the steering wheel system,
  • The capacity of the vehicle’s brakes.
  • The vehicle’s stability and speed.
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Question:2

How would you conduct yourself according to the situation depicted in the following picture?

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  • 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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Question:3

Why is it important to drive on the right side of the road?

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  • It allows you to be assisted by the yellow line for driving in a straight line.
  • It qllows vehicle passengers to easily exit the vehicle.
  • Driving on the right side of the road is of no significance, except for one-way roadways.
  • In order to keep a distance from incoming traffic from the opposite direction, and reducing the risk of “head on” collision.
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Question:4

What are you required to do when during a night drive you are confronted with a vehicle that doesn’t dip its lights and blinds you?


  • Slow down and keep as much as possible to the right.
  • Turn on the high beam to overcome the blinding effect of the other vehicle.
  • Drive faster to shorten the duration of being blinded.
  • Keep driving with a low beam at your current course and speed
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Question:5

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:6

What effect does driving whilst keeping proper distance from the vehicle in front has on the vehicle’s fuel consumption and wear?


  • It is required to keep a proper distance to prevent accidents only, and it has no effect on the vehicle’s wear or fuel consumption.
  • The shorter is the distance kept from the vehicle in front, the lower are both brake wear and fuel consumption.
  • In order to keep proper distance from the vehicle in front you are required to constantly use the brakes, and therefore it causes quick brake wear.
  • When proper distance is kept – brake wear and engine fuel consumption are reduced,
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Question:7

When would the following vehicles be able to continue driving?

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  • Only when the barrier is completely opened and a green light is shown by the traffic light.
  • You should only refer to the barrier and not to the traffic light.
  • When the light in the traffic light changes to a steady yellow.
  • Immediately as the barrier starts to open and a flickering red light is shown by the traffic light.
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Question:8

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.
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Question:9

Driving on a wet road creates:


  • A danger of skidding and turning-over, as speed increases
  • A danger of sliding and rolling-over, which can be prevented by driving faster.
  • A longer response distance.
  • Vehicle roll-over due to slow speed.
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Question:10

How can we overcome the problem of tiredness whilst driving?


  • By driving faster to shorten your journey and arrive home early.
  • Black coffee is the solution for all problems.
  • A short break and a heavy meal will drive the tiredness away for a long time.
  • By having adequate rest before driving and making rest and refreshment breaks during your journey.
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Question:11

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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Question:12

When is it permitted to pass more than one vehicle during one overtaking maneuver?


  • It is permitted in a straight and level roadway only, and prohibited in any other type of road.
  • Never: You are lawfully obliged to overtake only one vehicle during an overtaking maneuver, and to return to the right lane.
  • When overtaking is not restricted, and there is enough space in the overtaking lane for safe completion of the overtaking maneuver.
  • It is permitted when you overtake small vehicles only, and prohibited when you overtake big vehicles.
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Question:13

How can we prevent our vehicle from skidding?


  • By holding the steering wheel firmly with both hands, and by driving at a similar speed to that of other vehicles on the road.
  • By driving reasonably and using the brakes in a gentle manner.
  • By stepping firmly and continuously on the brake pedal.
  • By turning the steering wheel right, to stabilize the vehicle.
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Question:14

What characterizes a state of driving in which proper distance from the vehicle in front is kept?


  • Driving that requires constant distance adjustments, according to the road’s conditions, and which is exhausting for the driver.
  • Less stressed and relaxed driving, which doesn’t cause tiredness, and prevents risks.
  • Keeping distance has no effect on the character of driving.
  • A state of driving which encourages other drivers to enter into the distance which is kept in front.
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Question:15

What are the “blind spots”?


  • Elements obstructing the driver’s rear view.
  • The areas around a vehicle in which its driver cannot notice other road users – neither by looking nor by glancing at the mirrors.
  • The area in front of the vehicle only in which the driver can spot pedestrians.
  • The area behind the vehicle only in which the driver cannot notice other vehicles - neither by looking nor by glancing at the mirrors or by any other means.
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Question:16

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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Question:17

What in the conduct of the blue vehicle is improper?

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  • The driver of the blue vehicle is not driving in the right-hand lane.
  • Although it is cloudy the driver has not turned on his lights.
  • the driver of the blue vehicle has not turned on his left indicator.
  • The driver in the blue vehicle is not keeping a sfe braking distance
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Question:18

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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Question:19

In order to start driving, what is the action the driver has to take before releasing the hand-brake in a vehicle with automatic transmission?


  • Apply the foot brake pedal, to prevent the vehicle from moving.
  • Shifting the gear handle from parking (P) to neutral (N).
  • Pushing the gearbox’s lock button while in parking (P).
  • Shifting the gear handle to neutral (N).
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Question:20

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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Question:21

What should a driver do when the road has bumps and cracks?


  • Slow down and adjust his drving speed to the road’s conditions.
  • Drive faster and on the “hard shoulder”
  • Continue driving normally.
  • Drive as much as possible in the middle of the road.
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Question:22

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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Question:23

What is the correct sentence according to the following picture?

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  • The road tanker driver doesn’t keep to the right of the roadway, even though he can not see the vehicles coming from the opposite direction.
  • The road tanker driver is driving far from the “soft shoulders” and in this way avoids risks.
  • The marking on the roadway is not clear enough.
  • The road tanker driver is driving correctly in the middle of the road, so that he can see better the vehicles coming from the opposite direction.
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Question:24

How would you handle the following situation?

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  • Slow down and overtake the cyclist, whilst maintaining proper lateral distance from him and observing his movements.
  • Drive behind the cyclist until after the intersection and then honk and pass him quickly.
  • Honk to the cyclist until he clears away from your driving lane, and pass him as quickly as possible.
  • Drive faster and overtake the cyclist before entering the intersection in which overtaking is prohibited.
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Question:25

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:26

The white vehicle (1) and the silver vehicle (2) at the intersection, intend to enter the same road. Which of them is obliged to give right of way?

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  • The first one to turn.
  • The white vehicle.
  • The first one to enter the road.
  • The silver vehicle (2) at the intersection.
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Question:27

According to the following picture, is it permitted to deviate to the opposite lane?

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  • 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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Question:28

What are the tedious driving conditions described in the following picture?

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  • 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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Question:29

While turning, what natural force pushes the vehicle against the direction of the turn?


  • Gravity.
  • Centrifugal force.
  • The force of inertia.
  • None of the natural forces affect the vehicle while turning.
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Question:30

A freeway is designated for:


  • Only Vehicles which are capable and permitted to drive at a speed of 55 k.p.h .
  • Motor vehicles which are able to drive at a speed of at least 90 k.p.h.
  • Private passenger cars, taxis and buses only.
  • Motor vehicles and bicycles.
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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