How is a driver supposed to deal with a situation in which pedestrians are crossing his driving lane on a crossing whilst he is making a right turn?

  • He should continue driving, because vehicles have priority of passage in intersections and therefore pedestrians must wait.
  • Slow down and even stop, and allow the pedestrians to cross at the pedestrian crossing.
  • Honk to warn the pedestrians and continue driving into the intersection.
  • Continue driving into the intersection, regardless of the pedestrians.
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When is it required to operate the parking (hand) brake whilst parking?

  • Only when the vehicle is parked on a steep descent.
  • Always.
  • Only when the vehicle is parked uphill.
  • Only on a wet road.
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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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What is the advantage of driving on the right side of the road?

  • It prevents the vehicle behind you from overtaking you.
  • You create a safety distance between yourself and oncoming vehicle traffic.
  • There is no advantage in driving on the right side of the road, except for one-way roads only.
  • You Stay within the permitted distance of no more than 40cm from the road’s edge.
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How are you required to conduct yourself according to the occurrence depicted in the picture?

  • Honk loudly to warn that you are approaching.
  • Slow down carefully and stop if needed, because a child might be chasing the ball.
  • Continue driving and make short and rhythmic honks.
  • Accelerate and pass quickly before any child gets to the roadway.
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Why should we avoid running the vehicle’s engine in a closed placed?

  • Because the emitted burnt gases (exhaust)are toxic.
  • To avoid engine over-heating due to poor ventilation.
  • There is no need to avoid it, because it is not important whether or not the engine is running in a closed or open place.
  • Because the engine cannot be operated in a closed place.
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How are you required to conduct yourself according to the occurrence that is depicted in the following picture?

  • The fruits on the road are of no significance to you.
  • The vehicle might slip while braking, as a result of the fruits on the road, only when the roadway is wet from rain; hence, you don’t need to slow down.
  • The fruits on the roadway cannot cause the vehicle to lose its grip of the roadway; hence, you don’t need to slow down.
  • Slow down and drive carefully. The road’s conditions, e.g. the fruits on the road, prevent a good grip on the road.
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What is the first stage in getting back on the road from the “hard shoulder”?

  • Signaling with the indicator.
  • Getting closer from the hard shoulder to the roads edge.
  • Accelerating the vehicle up to the speed of the vehicles on the road.
  • Turning the wheel in order to get on the road in a 45 degree angle.
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When approaching a vehicle that unloads children, you should:

  • Slow down and drive cautiously at a low speed.
  • Honk and overtake the vehicle from its left side.
  • Pull into the “hard shoulders” and pass the vehicle from its right side.
  • Overtake it quickly to reduce danger.
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What measure is it important to take before stepping on the brake pedal in order to slow down or to stop?

  • Ease off the accelerator and shift to lower gear.
  • Check if there is a vehicle behind by glancing at the mirrors.
  • Step on the clutch pedal, to reduce the engine’s fuel consumption.
  • Signal and turn the wheel to the “hard shoulder”, to avoid rear-end collision.
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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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Choose the only correct sentence:

  • The braking distance is always greater than the stopping distance.
  • The braking distance always equals the response distance.
  • The response distance is always longer than the braking distance
  • The stopping distance is always greater than the braking distance.
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How should one change lanes?

  • Signal with the winker and make a short diagonal deviation to the intended lane.
  • After checking and taking account of the position and speed of other vehicles in the intended lane.
  • Drive as close as possible to the desired lane, and when no vehicle drives behind you – signal with the winker and make a short diagonal deviation to the intended lane.
  • Deviate quickly and fearlessly in a short diagonal, and verify that you are signaling with the winker.
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The vehicle coming from your opposite direction (1) started to turn to his left. How would you respond?

  • Turn right to avoid collision.
  • Maintain your current speed and take right of way.
  • Honk to warn the driver and maintain your driving speed.
  • Slow down or stop and allow the white vehicle in the intersection to complete the turn..
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Traffic changes are taking place ahead, how would you prepare for these changes?

  • You are driving on the right lane, pay attention to the vehicles merging into your lane from the right only.
  • The number of lanes is decreasing; move to the left lane without interrupting the vehicles in that lane.
  • The number of lanes is increasing; stay on the right lane and keep to your right.
  • You are driving in the right lane, pay attention to the vehicles merging into your lane, from left and right.
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What are the risks of driving continuously for many hours?

  • Engine power decreases, and that reduces the braking capacity.
  • Severe tiredness and a tendency to fall asleep.
  • A healthy driver faces no danger in driving continuously for many hours.
  • Heating and accelerated wear and tear of the front tires.
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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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How is the required distance for overtaking determined?

  • It only depends on the driving speed of the overtaken vehicle and not of the overtaking one.
  • It depends on the driving speeds of the overtaking and the overtaken vehicles
  • It only depends on the driving speed of the overtaking vehicle and not of the overtaken one.
  • It corresponds to the speed limit in that road section.
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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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Which tractor-derived pressure is used to operate attachments and additional equipment?

  • Engine oil pressure.
  • Condensed air pressure.
  • Hydraulic oil pressure.
  • Steam water pressure.
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How would you avoid hitting the pedestrian in the picture?

  • Warn him by honking loudly and continuously.
  • In the given situation there is no way to avoid hitting the pedestrian.
  • Brake strongly and honk early to drive the pedestrian away to the sidewalk.
  • Drive slowly and identify the pedestrian as early as possible on the road.
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How would you conduct yourself according to the picture?

  • Glance at the mirrors, slow down and stop if necessary.
  • Drive faster and honk gently.
  • Honk for warning and continue driving in normal speed.
  • Honk loudly to warn pedestrians.
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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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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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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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What is the order of actions the driver needs to take before slowing down?

  • Step firmly on the brake pedal, to inform the driver behind you began to slow down.
  • Give a hand signal to the driver behind, glance at the mirror to see his response and slow down.
  • Turn your head backwards, step on the brake pedal to slow down and finally take a quick look at the mirrors.
  • Glance at the mirrors, ease off the accelerator pedal and use the brakes or gears.
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One of the conditions justifying an overtaking of a driving vehicle is:

  • That the overtaking vehicle is delayed as a result of the slow driving of the vehicle in front.
  • There are no conditions that justify an overtaking.
  • That the difference in speed between the overtaking and the overtaken vehicles is sufficient to complete the manouver.
  • That the overtaken vehicle drives slower than the maximum statutory speed.
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What is the function of the tractor’s middle lift arm (“the third point”)?

  • To prevent vertical freedom of movement of the arms and of the tool.
  • To secure the harnessed tool with special security chains.
  • To prevent sideways freedom of movement of the arms and to prevent the tractor turning.
  • To lift the tool a few times to maximum height in order to ensure that the tool is properly harnessed.
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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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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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Theory test for tractors

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