Upon completion of the two year “new driver” period, a regular driver’s license will not be given to a “new driver” who was convicted of:

  • Not placing a “new driver” sign on the vehicle’s rear windshield.
  • Driving a motor vehicle without valid insurance.
  • Driving without an escort.
  • Not stopping next to a “falling rocks” sign.
Category : Rules and Regulations


You are driving in vehicle no. 3. To which of the following vehicles are you required to give right-of-way?

  • To the blue vehicle (1).
  • To the red vehicle (2).
  • To the red vehicle (2) first and then to the blue vehicle (1).
  • To neither of them: You have right-of-way over all the rest (3).
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Is it permitted to drive a vehicle when its front field of vision is restricted?

  • Yes, but during the day time.
  • No, unless the restriction is only negligible.
  • Yes, provided that the field of vision is restricted from the front side only.
  • It is forbidden during rainy weather and permitted at any other time.
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Define “commercial vehicle”:

  • A motor vehicle used or designed to carry goods.
  • A motor commercial vehicle designed to transport people or carry goods for hire, provided that it is indicated in its registration document.
  • A motor vehicle used or designed to carry passengers and goods.
  • A motor vehicle used or designed to carry goods, and weighing over 8,000 kg only.
Category : Rules and Regulations


In which cases are you obliged to slow down?

  • You are only obliged to slow down in case of busy traffic.
  • When encountering or overtaking an animal.
  • There is no obligation to slow down. There is an obligation to drive carefully.
  • You are obliged to slow down in an urban road only.
Category : Rules and Regulations


In which type of road is it obligatory to use the road’s farthest right side?

  • In a freeway
  • In a two-way road only
  • In any type of road
  • In a one-way road only
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Is it permitted to park a vehicle besides a pedestrian safety guardrail?

  • Yes, in order to load or unload passengers only.
  • Yes, for a short time only.
  • Yes, provided that there are no pedestrians besides the safety guardrail.
  • No, unless there is a signpost indicating otherwise.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What is the correct manner for leaving a vehicle standing in a roadway?

  • There is no restriction on how to leave a vehicle standing in a roadway.
  • Parallel to the road’s edge or according to the road’s marking.
  • Perpendicularly to the road’s edge.
  • In an angle of no more than thirty degrees from the kerb.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Is it permitted to use any means of visual display, which can be viewed by the driver, other than the vehicle’s G.P.S control and navigation display?

  • Yes, to relax the driver and passengers.
  • Yes, provided that the driver wears safety goggles.
  • It is prohibited for as long as the vehicle is moving..
  • It is prohibited, even if the vehicle is parked.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Who is required to hold the vehicle’s registration papers?

  • The driver while driving, even if he’s not the vehicle’s owner.
  • The garage that conducts regular treatments of the vehicle.
  • The vehicle’s owner, even when he’s not driving it.
  • The vehicle’s insurance company.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Is it permitted to get on or off a moving vehicle?

  • It is absolutely forbidden.
  • No, except if it doesn’t cause any risk.
  • Yes, as part of a sports activity, and only for adults passengers.
  • Yes, with the approval of a police officer.
Category : Rules and Regulations


From which lane is it permitted to perform a U-turn to the left?

  • From a left-hand lane or from any other lane, provided that there is no road marking or road sign that prohibit turning from this lane.
  • Only from the left lane.
  • Only from a lane in which a straight (forward) arrow is marked on the roadway.
  • From the lane in which a straight (forward) arrow is marked, that is closest to the separation area.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Do you (vehicle no. 3) have to give right-of-way to the cyclist (2) in the roundabout?

  • No, because the cyclist always yields to other vehicles.
  • No, it depends on my good will.
  • Yes, always
  • No, the rules of right-of-way in a roundabout do not apply to cyclists.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Within what distance of a bus stop is it forbidden to stop a vehicle?

  • Within a distance of twelve meters before the station’s signpost and twelve meters after the signpost, unless otherwise marked.
  • Within a distance of twenty meters after the bus station’s signpost only.
  • Within twenty meters before and twenty meters after the bus stop’s sign, unless otherwise marked.
  • Within a distance of twenty meters before the bus station’s signpost only.
Category : Rules and Regulations


How should a driver conduct himself when another vehicle suddenly emerges in his driving lane from the opposite direction, heading towards him?

  • Swerve to the left and drive on the opposite lane, which is currently free.
  • Honk and signal the other driver to get back to his lane.
  • Slow down, pull as far right as possible and even pull onto the “hard shoulder” if necessary.
  • Turn on his high beam and signal the other driver to get back to his lane.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Is it obligatory to wear a helmet while driving an ATV?

  • It is obligatory to wear a helmet when the ATV doesn’t have a safety frame
  • No, it is not obligatory to wear a helmet
  • Yes, the driver and all passengers must wear a helmet while driving
  • It is obligatory to wear a helmet on a roadway only
Category : Rules and Regulations


How would you mark a vehicle that was forced to be left standing in the road?

  • Place a blinking flashlight to be seen to a distance of 30 meters.
  • Turn on the two front winkers.
  • Turn on the headlights during “light time”.
  • Place a warning triangle behind the vehicle that can be seen from at least 100mtrs.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Is it permitted to seat more than one passenger alongside of the driver?

  • It is absolutely forbidden.
  • No, unless it is stated in the vehicle registration.
  • Yes, if two seatbelts are installed, in addition to the driver’s seatbelt.
  • Yes, if the front seat is an integrated seat.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Where in the vehicle should the fluorescent vest be kept (except for motor-cycles)?

  • In the driver compartment.
  • Next to the spare (reserve) wheel.
  • In the vehicle’s trunk.
  • In the vehicle’s engine.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Is it obligatory to mark oversize freight on a vehicle?

  • No. A vehicle with oversize freight should only be marked if the freight sticks out from the vehicle’s rear side.
  • Yes, it is obligatory to mark the oversize freight, but only during “light time”.
  • No. When a vehicle is standing on the road, its oversize freight doesn’t cause any risk; hence, it is not obligatory to mark it.
  • Yes, it is always obligatory to mark oversize freight.
Category : Rules and Regulations


When are you obliged to stop before a railway crossing?

  • When a “railway crossing” sign is placed.
  • When a “right of way for crossing traffic” sign is placed.
  • You don’t have to stop. Stop at your own discretion when a train is seen and is approaching.
  • When the train is seen, heard or sounds a warning signal.
Category : Rules and Regulations


The boundary of the intersection / junction is determined by:

  • The stop lines on each of the roads that meet in the intersection
  • The place in which traffic signs are posted before the intersection
  • The imaginary line drawn between the pavements or kerbs of each road meeting the junction.
  • The meeting of two or more pedestrian crossings in the intersection
Category : Rules and Regulations


The following illustration shows an intersection with traffic signs. What is the correct manner of making a turn from street A to street C?

  • From lane 2 to lane 4
  • From lane 2 to lane 3.
  • From lane 1 to lane 3.
  • From lane 2 or from lane 1 to lane 4.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What is the maximum speed for a private passenger vehicle, driven on an inter–urban road with a central divider (if not indicated otherwise by a traffic sign)?

  • 90 KPH.
  • 110 KPH.
  • 100 KPH.
  • 80 KPH.
Category : Rules and Regulations


What is the meaning of this sign?

  • Flashing orange light warning of an approaching level crossing.
  • Flashing orange light at road works.
  • Constant (not flashing) Orange light when traffic lights are not working.
  • Constant (not flashing) orange light warning of an approaching forked junction.
Category : Rules and Regulations


The all up width of a refrigeration unit commercial vehicle should not exceed:

  • 2.60 meters.
  • 2.50 meters.
  • 3.40 meters.
  • 2.55 meters.
Category : Rules and Regulations


On which part of a road should a cyclist ride?

  • As close as possible to the road’s left edge, facing the incoming traffic.
  • As close as possible to the right hand side of the road.
  • Where all other vehicles are driving.
  • It is absolutely forbidden to ride bicycle on any part of a road.
Category : Rules and Regulations


Who is required to have a carrier license?

  • Any provider of transportation services on a commercial vehicle weighing 8,000 kg or less.
  • Anyone owning more than five passenger transportation vehicles.
  • Any commercial vehicle.
  • Any provider of transport services on a commercial vehicle with an all up weight of 10,000 kg or more.
Category : Rules and Regulations


How should one pass a structure or a post that obstructs a two-way road?

  • Pass it on the right, unless otherwise indicated by a signpost.
  • Pass it from the left only.
  • Pass it according to the road’s condition.
  • You may pass the obstruction from either side.
Category : Rules and Regulations


In which cases are you legally obliged to slow down?

  • When the road is obstructed, or having poor visibility or sharp bends.
  • Before and during overtaking, for increased safety.
  • In a place that is shaded by a boulevard of high trees.
  • When you approach a place in which delinquent activity might take place.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Theory test for trucks (lorry)

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