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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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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What is the meaning of the term “driving at a reasonable speed”?

  • Driving at a speed that allows the driver to perform other actions, which are not essential to driving.
  • Driving in a similar speed to that of the other drivers around you.
  • Taking account of road and traffic conditions, in a manner that the driver maintains absolute control of the vehicle and can stop safely at all times.
  • When the driving speed is determined at the driver’s own discretion, and provided that it doesn’t exceed the statutory speed limit.
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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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What is the advantage of driving at a low speed during dangerous situations?

  • The driver’s reacting time is longer and he has enough time for making the right decisions.
  • The driver’s reacting, braking and stopping times are all longer, and therefore safety is improved.
  • The drrivers quicker reaction, braking and stopping times are all shorter.
  • The driver’s reacting time is longer and is sufficient for stopping.
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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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Why is it that the control of a motorcycle is decreased while entering a turn?

  • Because the motorcycle is decelerating during the entire course of the turn.
  • Because the rider’s position is lower than usual.
  • Because less surface of the tyre maintains contact on the road when the driver leans the motorcycle over.
  • Because it needs to accelerate during the entire course of the turn.
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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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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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How would you keep your vehicle balanced when approaching a curve in the roadway?

  • You should slow down before entering the curve, and accelerate when coming out of it.
  • You should shift into high gear.
  • You should shift into neutral gear.
  • You should drive faster before entering the curve.
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How would you conduct yourself under the situation that is depicted in the following picture?

  • You should not obey the traffic light signals. Follow the road signs only.
  • Stop before the junction and do not enter into it.
  • Stop before the junction and then drive through uninterruptedly.
  • Give right-of-way to the traffic on the crossing road.
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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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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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Which of the following sentences is correct as regards to other drivers?

  • You should assume that other drivers would always give you right of way.
  • You shouldn’t assume that other drivers will always give you right of way.
  • Truck drivers are professional drivers; hence they are less of a danger.
  • Drivers who turn-on the winker, always turn to the direction they signal to.
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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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What is the factor that affects the rider’s ability to brake, swerve or accelerate the motorcycle?

  • The motorcycle’s grip on the road.
  • The rider’s standard clothing.
  • The rider’s weight.
  • The motorcycle seat design.
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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 advantage of driving on the right side of the road?

  • You are not preventing other vehicles from overtaking
  • There is no advantage in keeping to the right side while driving.
  • It is easier to see the incoming traffic from your opposite direction.
  • It allows an increased response time while overtaking.
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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?

  • 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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“Alcohol slows down the driver’s ability to respond”: Correct or incorrect?

  • Correct.
  • Incorrect. There is no connection between the drinking alcohol and the driver’s ability to respond.
  • Incorrect. Alcohol improves the ability to concentrate.
  • Incorrect. Alcohol improves your mood.
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What is a vehicle’s “stopping distance”?

  • The distance covered by the vehicle as of the moment in which the driver reacts to the risk until he steps on the brake pedal.
  • The required distance for stopping at a certain speed.
  • The distance covered by the vehicle from the beginning of braking until the vehicle stops.
  • The distance covered by the vehicle from the time that the driver identifies the risk ahead of him until the vehicle stops.
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When approaching a junction with no traffic signs and you wish to turn right, whilst another vehicle approaches the junction from your opposite direction, you should:

  • Continue driving carefully.
  • Stop and give right of way to the approaching vehicle.
  • Slow down and, if needed, stop and give right of way.
  • In any case, stop.
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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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What might be the effect of sand scattered on the road?

  • Vehicle skidding, due to reduced friction between the tires and the road.
  • Tire overheating, due to increased friction between the tires and the road.
  • Better braking force, due to increased friction between the tires and the road.
  • It might conceal important road signs.
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How does driving on the right side of the road affect drivers field of vision?

  • Keeping to the right improves the field of vision of the drivers in the vehicles behind you.
  • Driving on the right reduces the view angle of those driving behind you.
  • There is no connection between driving on the right and the field of view.
  • The field of vision is not affected: A comfortable field of view can only be created by doubling the required distance between vehicles.
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What is the required conduct of a driver that exits a dirt road and intends to enter a paved road?

  • He should allow traffic from his right to continue driving undisturbed, and then enter the road.
  • He should enter the paved road: A vehicle exiting a dirt road has priority over vehicles driving on a paved road.
  • He should give way to all vehicles on the paved road, from right and left, and then enter the road.
  • He should honk, blink his lights and enter the paved road.
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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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How should we react to the centrifugal force created while the motorcycle turns?

  • Accelerate upon entering the turn and slowing down when coming out of it.
  • Accelerate strongly before the turn, in order to cancel the centrifugal force.
  • Lean the motorcycle into the turn.
  • Brake intermittently.
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Non adjusted headlights:

  • Do not affect driving in the dark.
  • Cause self-blinding when driving in the dark.
  • Do not iluminate the road as required by law.
  • Increase the driver’s alertness – especially during the night.
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How should a motorcyclist cross an oil slick on the road?

  • Continue driving fast.
  • Brake strongly with both brakes.
  • Drive straight without braking.
  • Drive straight, accelerate and cross the stain quickly.
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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