Question:1

How does pedestrian behavior in the area of the intersection affect drivers?


  • Pedestrians have no significant effect on drivers.
  • The main complication in an intersection is created when pedestrians are crowded on the sidewalk.
  • Driver should anticipate in advance possible dangerous behavior from pedestrians in the area of the intersection.
  • Pedestrians occupy pedestrian crossings for significant time periods, thus causing traffic delays.
Category : Safety

Question:2

Why is it important to have a wide field of vision through the helmet?


  • To allow people with poor eyesight to drive motorcycles as well.
  • To determine safety distances and driving speed and to reduce response times.
  • To increase motorcycle control in urban roads.
  • To prevent tiredness on long rides during the day and especially during the night.
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Question:3

What effect does the distance between vehicles have on the overtaking process?

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  • Short distance reduces the field of vision and increases the risk in overtaking.
  • The closer we are to the vehicle in front of us, the safer is the deviation while overtaking.
  • The distance between vehicles has no effect on the safety of overtaking.
  • The closer we are to the vehicle in front of us, the shorter and safer is the overtaking distance.
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Question:4

What is the main problem a driver faces when he approaches an intersection?

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  • Many tasks he needs to perform simultaneously, in a short period of time.
  • The speed limit changes in an intersection.
  • Part of the intersection is always designated for public transportation.
  • The driver’s main problem is how to cross the intersection quickly.
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Question:5

What effect does a curve or a turn have on the motorcycle’s ability to brake?


  • It has no effect on the motorcycle’s ability to brake.
  • It requires the driver to slow down before the curve or the turn and to brake very gently.
  • The driver’s response time is doubled during turns or curves.
  • During a curve or a turn only the rear brake can be used and therefore braking is impaired.
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Question:6

What is the danger caused by fueling the vehicle while its engine is running?


  • There is no danger in keeping the engine running during vehicle fueling.
  • Combustion of fuel fumes by a spark.
  • When the engine is kept running, fuel consumption is increased.
  • Engine overheating might flare-up the fuel.
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Question:7

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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Question:8

What are the main factors affecting the motorcyclist’s ability to detect obstacles on the road?


  • Traffic conditions around the motorcycle.
  • The proper functioning of the brakes and the tires.
  • The motorcycle’s mechanical condition.
  • The motorcyclist’s riding skill and sitting position.
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Question:9

What shoukd a driver check after driving through deep water on the road?


  • If the brakes work efficiently.
  • If the lights work.
  • If the engine works.
  • No need of any of the cheks.
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Question:10

What is the correct way for pulling onto a “hard shoulder” which is lower than the road?


  • Quickly pulling onto the “hard shoulder” and quickly stopping after a very short distance.
  • Slowing down to a low speed and gradually moving onto the “hard shoulder”.
  • There is no "correct way": It is prohibited to pull onto a lower hard shoulder.
  • Quickly pulling onto the “hard shoulder” and then slowing down gradually.
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Question:11

What is the most important thing a motorcyclist should check before entering an intersection?


  • That no vehicle is driving in parallel to him at the same speed.
  • He should calculate the time needed to cross the intersection at his current speed.
  • In an intersection with traffic lights there is no need to check anything.
  • That the intersection is clear of traffic that might endanger him.
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Question:12

What is the correct order of actions while reducing the vehicle’s speed?


  • Slowing down by stepping on the clutch pedal and shifting to higher gear.
  • Slowing down and shifting to lower gear.
  • The order of actions is of no importance during vehicle deceleration.
  • Shifting to lower gear and stepping on the clutch pedal.
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Question:13

What basic equipment and clothing are required for a safe ride?


  • Full helmet, rigid-cloth pants, high shoes, gloves and a basic riding jacket.
  • Half helmet, long trousers, shoes, gloves, a basic riding jacket and a back belt.
  • Full helmet, safety goggles, pants, sandals and a basic riding jacket with body protectors.
  • Half helmet, safety goggles, pants, shoes and a basic riding jacket with shoulder and elbow protectors.
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Question:14

Driving down a long steep hill on a n Inter-urban road


  • Go to a higher gear to complete the gradient quickly.
  • Travel in Neutral.
  • Brake for a few seconds so as not to drive too fast
  • Sow down, change down to a lower gear according to the gradient
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Question:15

Is it enough to signal only when you begin to drive?


  • Yes, when starting to drive we can make do with just signaling. Then, when we need to merge with traffic, we will have time to look around.
  • No, signaling doesn’t give you any right. You need to make sure that you look around correctly in addition to signaling.
  • Yes, unnecessary actions, besides the required signaling, waste precious time and create unnecessary tensions.
  • Yes, when we start to drive we are lawfully obliged to signal. It is the responsibility of other road users to be careful.
Category : Safety

Question:16

A driver approaches a pedestrian crossing marked on the road.Although ther are no pedestrians on the crossing. The driver should,


  • Slow down to ensure that there no pedestrians in the vicinity.
  • Pass with caution but no need to slow down.
  • Accelerate before pedestrians arrive
  • Sound the horn and accelerate to clear the crossing
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Question:17

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

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  • Drive in low gear, steep climb ahead.
  • Drive in high gear, to prevent engine overheating.
  • Slow down, drive in low gear and maintain the engine’s temperature.
  • Slow down and keep to the right of the roadway, due to the limited field of vision.
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Question:18

“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:19

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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Question:20

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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Question:21

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

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  • Drive faster and quickly pass the danger on your right.
  • Move to the left lane while driving faster and paying attention to the conduct of the cyclist.
  • Slow down and pay attention to any change in the conduct of other road users.
  • Continue driving without doing anything special and give warning signals with the horn.
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Question:22

In order to overtake safely, the overtaking driver should:


  • Start overtaking only when the road is clear in a sufficient distance, and verify while overtaking that the road is still clear.
  • Overtake only when a sign permitting overtaking is placed.
  • Overtake in a speed that exceeds speed limit, in order to clear the road way.
  • Always overtake at a slow speed and with patience.
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Question:23

What is the correct way to adjust the motorcycle’s mirrors?


  • Only in a licensing facility using special instruments.
  • In a standing position, when the motorcycle and its handlebar are aligned in one line.
  • By trying different positions while driving slowly.
  • By measuring the mirror’s angle and spatial positioning.
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Question:24

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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Question:25

What are the preliminary actions a driver must perform while getting back up to the road from the “hard shoulder”?


  • Observing all traffic on the road, signaling appropriately and gradually moving back on the road.
  • Signaling appropriately and getting back to the road as quickly as possible.
  • Getting back to the road diagonally, as quickly as possible..
  • Putting the vehicle in a diagonal position and turning on the vehicle’s distress lights.
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Question:26

When a driver approaches a narrow bridge, he should:


  • Cross the bridge as quickly as possible, to allow vehicles coming from the opposite direction to pass it without delays.
  • Slow down while approaching and crossing the bridge.
  • Stop before the bridge for safety reasons and then cross it quickly.
  • Drive faster only while approaching the bridge, and drive slowly on the bridge – in order to enhance safety.
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Question:27

When is it permitted to perform an emergency stop?


  • After signaling a distress sign to the vehicle behind you only.
  • In order to prevent a road accident that cannot be prevented in any other way.
  • When the driving speed doesn’t fit with the road conditions.
  • When the road is distorted.
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Question:28

You are driving a vehicle that approaches the cyclist in the picture from behind. What risk might be posed by the cyclist ?

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  • There is no risk. Pass the cyclist quickly.
  • The cyclist might pull onto the roadway or otherwise trip and fall into it.
  • The cyclist rides on the sidewalk (pavement) and therefore the bicycles pose no risk.
  • The cyclist is an adult and poses no risk.
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Question:29

When you arrive with your vehicle to the place that is illustrated in the following picture, you must:

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  • Slow down.
  • Honk.
  • Accelerate.
  • Stop.
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Question:30

“Drinking alcohol impairs the driver’s ability to estimate distances and speeds”: Correct or incorrect?


  • It is only correct for drivers wearing eyeglasses.
  • It is only correct for women
  • Drinking alcohol impairs the judgment of young drivers only.
  • Correct.
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Theory test for motorcycles

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