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.
Category : Safety


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.
Category : Safety


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.
Category : Safety


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

  • 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.
Category : Safety


How can we avoid danger when we start driving and when we merge with traffic?

  • Danger can be prevented by turning on all the distress signals and warn other drivers while merging with traffic.
  • Danger can be prevented by driving diagonally and at a higher speed while merging with traffic.
  • By quickly entering the lane in which traffic is flowing.
  • By giving an appropriate signal with the winker, looking in all directions and waiting until no one is obstructed.before driving.
Category : Safety


”When you drink alcohol, it will take you more time to recover from dazzling(blinding)”. Correct or incorrect?

  • Incorrect.
  • It is correct for young people only.
  • It is correct for people wearing eyeglasses only.
  • Correct.
Category : Safety


When a driver is blinded by the sun, he should:

  • Look as low as possible to the roadway, to avoid blinding.
  • Overtake the vehicle in front because it is better to drive on an open roadway.
  • Stay close to the vehicle in front, so it can block the sun for him.
  • Slow down in accordance with his range of vision and use the sunshade.
Category : Safety


The risk of skidding on a wet road is greater:

  • The slower you drive.
  • The faster you drive.
  • The risk of skidding on a wet road is identical to the risk of skidding on a dry road.
  • The newer are the tires.
Category : Safety


Why are you required to be more careful while driving after dark?

  • The duty of care only applies under conditions of fog and rain.
  • The duty of care applies only in case of blinding.
  • Because visibility (seeing and being seen) is limited.
  • You are not required to be extra cautious during the dark.
Category : Safety


What is the driver of the silver vehicle required to do according to the following picture?

  • Honk loudly and proceed in the right lane, because the driver of the vehicle that exits from the parking space acts against the law.
  • Slow down and allow the vehicle that exits from the parking space to merge in traffic.
  • Drive faster and move to the left lane.
  • Honk and continue driving without any change in position and speed.
Category : Safety


In your opinion, is the truck positioned correctly within the curve?

  • When driving on a sharp curve, it is required to stay in it as shortly as possible; hence his position is correct.
  • In sharp curves it is necessary to “cut” through the curve, in order to reduce the centrifugal force (the force that acts on the vehicle while it turns).
  • When there is no other vehicle in the curve it is possible to be positioned anywhere within it.
  • No, the truck driver is not keeping to the right of the road and his position presents a risk to any vehicle coming from the opposite direction.
Category : Safety


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.
Category : Safety


Can unprescribed medications have a negative effect on driving?

  • Yes, but only in the summer.
  • Yes, but only in the winter.
  • Yes.
  • No.
Category : Safety


What in the conduct of the blue vehicle is improper?

  • 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
Category : Safety


When you are overtaking another vehicle on a two-lane two-way roadway:

  • Don’t worry: The overtaken vehicle should deviate to the right and allow you to overtake it easily.
  • You are commiting a traffic violation! This type of overtaking is illegal.
  • You take a risk of another vehicle appearing in the opposite lane.
  • This type of overtaking usually last 30 seconds.
Category : Safety


The danger of skidding on a wet road is greater:

  • The deeper are the grooves in the tires.
  • The more worn-out are the tires.
  • The higher is the tire air pressure.
  • The heavier is the vehicle.
Category : Safety


How should one drive on a flooded road?

  • Drive fast on high gear.
  • Drive slowly in low gear.
  • Drive fast on low gear.
  • Drive slowly on high gear.
Category : Safety


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.
Category : Safety


What is the first action taken by drivers before crossing an intersection?

  • Checking and identifying the lanes after crossing the intersection, mainly in our direction of driving.
  • Looking beyond the intersection to identify the entry lanes to the opposite directions and the traffic in them
  • Making sure that the intersection is clear and that it can be crossed safely.
  • Entering the intersection.
Category : Safety


What are the risks of driving a long commercial vehicle?

  • Inability to turn left safely.
  • It is not riskier to drive a long vehicle compared to a private passenger car.
  • The driver’s response time is longer.
  • Presence of small vehicles within its “blind spots”, and difficulty to make sharp turns.
Category : Safety


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.
Category : Safety


Where would you load heavy freight on a truck’s freight platform?

  • The positioning of the heavy freight is non-significant.
  • From the rear axle to the direction of the driver’s compartment.
  • In the front part of the freight trunk.
  • Behind the rear axle.
Category : Safety


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

  • 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.
Category : Safety


What causes a vehicle to skid on the roadway?

  • Quick wear of the clutch and of the gearbox.
  • When the braking forces or the vehicles inertia exceed the tire’s ability to grip of the roadway.
  • Excessive change of gears.
  • When the engine is worn out and cannot stabilize the vehicle.
Category : Safety


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

  • Continue driving normally, while paying attention to the other vehicles in your direction of driving.
  • Slow down and allow vehicles to quickly bypass you from the left in order to merge into the left lane.
  • Drive on the right lane and prepare to move to the left lane as soon as the number of lanes increases.
  • Move to the left lane, because the right lane is about to terminate.
Category : Safety


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.
Category : Safety


How can you avoid frontal collision while driving on a narrow and winding mountain road?

  • Drive close to the middle line.
  • Slow down and honk continuously before every curve.
  • Drive on the far right of the roadway, turn-on the lights, and adjust your speed to the road’s conditions.
  • Drive in high gear and don’t use the brakes much, to avoid loss of braking ability.
Category : Safety


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

  • Stay in low gear while keeping to the right.
  • Turn on the high beam, because of the shadow on the roadway.
  • Enter the curve carefully and increase speed when going downhill.
  • Honk, because of the obstructed field of vision in the curve.
Category : Safety


What is a driver always required to do when another vehicle “sits on his tail”?

  • Step on the brake pedal abruptly and continuously.
  • Verify that the distance he keeps from the vehicle driving in front will allow him to brake moderately and avoid the risk of a collision from behind.
  • You have nothing to do. The one driving behind is always found guilty in case of an accident.
  • Accelerate immediately and increase the distance from the vehicle behind.
Category : Safety


What is the best way to reduce the dangers whilst driving in reverse?

  • By taking a proper and continuous all round view and by driving slowly.
  • By driving fast and finishing the drive backwards as quickly as possible.
  • By turning on the vehicle’s lights.
  • By letting all the passengers off the vehicle while driving backwards.
Category : Safety

Theory test for heavy trucksŸ

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