Question:1

Is it permitted to stand a vehicle less than twelve meters from a junction?


  • Yes, provided that the vehicle stands opposite to the direction of traffic.
  • Yes, in a two-lane road.
  • No, unless it is permitted by the Local Traffic Sign Authority, by means of an appropriate signpost or marking.
  • Yes, unless otherwise marked.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:2

Which vehicle must be equipped with “safety blocks”?


  • Any motor vehicle with an all up weight of more than 5,000kg, except for a bus.
  • Any motor vehicle, regardless of its weight, except for a bus.
  • Any vehicle with an all up weight of 3,500kg or less, except for a bus.
  • Only a vehicle with an all up weight of 4,000kg or less, including a bus.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:3

For how long should a driver place a “new driver” sign on his rear window?


  • For a period of two years or for as long as he is a new driver
  • For a period of nine months
  • For a period of six months
  • For a period of three months
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:4

Under which conditions is it permitted to carry a passenger, besides the driver, on an ATV (quad bike)?


  • Unconditionally, unrestrictedly
  • On a quad only
  • When one has a permit to do so from the Licensing Authority, indicated on the vehicle’s registration documents
  • Provided that the driver’s minimum age is 21 years
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:5

Which changes in health condition must be reported to the Licensing Authority?


  • The driver doesn’t have to report anything to the Licensing Authority, but only to the Ministry of Health
  • Any detection of the following conditions: heart disease or any limitation of the nervous system, bones, eye-sight and hearing
  • The driver doesn’t have to report anything to the Licensing Authority. The report shall be made by the treating physician of the driver
  • A driver doesn’t have to report about changes in his health, except in case of a neurological problem
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:6

How should you behave at the following intersection (the red vehicle is not an emergency vehicle)?

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  • Enter the intersection. You have right of way in the intersection (3)
  • Give right of way to the private vehicle (1), and to the truck (2).
  • Give right of way to the private vehicle (1).
  • Allow the big vehicle to drive (2). Big vehicles always get right of way.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:7

What gap should be maintained from the vehicle that is driving in front of us?


  • A gap of thirty meters, in order to allow safe stoppage.
  • A gap of forty meters, in order to prevent an accident.
  • A gap of at least three seconds.
  • A gap which always allows us to stop and prevent a collision..
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:8

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

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  • To none of them. You have right-of-way on the straight road (3).
  • To the motorcyclist (1) and to the cyclist (2).
  • To the cyclist only (2).
  • To the motorcyclist only (1).
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:9

Is it obligatory to obey the directions of a policeman who has identified himself with an appropriate certificate?


  • No. you must only obey a traffic policeman who directs traffic in an intersection.
  • Yes, even if his directions contradict those of a road sign.
  • Generally not.
  • Yes, but only concerning traffic directions that are given within the intersection.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:10

How should vehicle drivers conduct themselves while driving on a road with a narrow and steep hill..


  • The driver of the descending vehicle shall, if required, stop his vehicle and make way for the ascending vehicle
  • The driver of the ascending vehicle shall, if required, stop his vehicle and allow the descending vehicle to continue driving.
  • First one to arrive is first to enter into the narrow section.
  • It is sufficient that they both deviate to the right, onto the roadway’s edge, to prevent collision.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:11

a “new driver” that is convicted of excessive speed.


  • The Licensing Authority must renew his license as a regular driver, without the “new driver” restriction.
  • The Licensing Authority will renew his license like that of any other driver, provided that he was not convicted of more than one offense during his “new driver” period.
  • The Licensing Authority will renew his license like that of any other driver, and it is not permitted to set any condition for license renewal.
  • The Licensing Authority may require him to undergo a driving test, and if he passes the test, he will be once again regarded as a "New driver" for a further period of two years.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:12

In the following illustration you can see a wide road. Which of the numbers within the illustration marks a road way?

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  • 1
  • 3
  • 2
  • 5
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:13

Is it obligatory for vehicles to have a properly functioning speedometer?

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  • No. It is not obligatory to have it functioning properly. It is enough if you drive according to speed limit.
  • Not always, only when a Techograph is installed in the vehicle.
  • No, it depends on the driver’s own discretion.
  • Yes, always.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:14

What is the meaning of “permitted load” on a commercial vehicle?


  • The vehicle’s weight plus the weight of the freight.
  • The vehicle’s own weight.
  • The maximum weight in Kg that is permitted to be loaded on the vehicle.
  • The vehicle’s all up weight.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:15

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

Question:16

A “new driver” aged less than 21 years (or has not completed two years from the date of receiving a "new driver" license) cannot transport in a vehicle:


  • More than three passengers, besides himself, unless an escort sits beside him.
  • More than one person, besides himself.
  • More than four passengers, besides himself, unless an escort sits beside him.
  • More than two passengers, besides himself, unless an escort sits beside him in the front seat.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:17

In the illustration you see a wide road. What number illustrates a hard shoulder. 103

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  • 3
  • 7
  • 1
  • 6
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:18

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

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  • From lane 1 or from lane 2 to lane 6.
  • From lane 1 or from lane 2 to lane 5.
  • From lane 2 to lane 5.
  • From lane 2 to lane 3.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:19

Define “ATV (All Terrain Vehicle)”:


  • A vehicle that has at least four wheels, with the rider sitting astride the vehicle and steering with handlebars.
  • A vehicle that has at least four wheels and is steered with a wheel.
  • A vehicle that has at least two wheels, with the rider sitting astride the vehicle and steering with handlebars.
  • A vehicle that has at least four wheels and is steered with a wheel. The driver sits on it with both legs on one side of the seat.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:20

Who is held responsible for safety in a vehicle that drives in reverse?


  • The owner of the vehicle even if he is not the current driver.
  • The driver.
  • The person guiding the driver while he drives backwards.
  • Everybody near a vehicle that drives backwards.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:21

When is it permitted to make a left U-turn in an intersection without traffic lights?


  • Only vehicles driving on more than two wheels are permitted to make the U-turn.
  • Only when the turn can be made from the right side of the road, and can be completed without stopping.
  • Only when the vehicle is directed by another person.
  • When no obstruction to traffic is caused, field of vision is clear and there is no prohibiting road sign.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:22

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

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

Question:23

What are you (vehicle no. 3) required to do when approaching the following intersection (the red vehicle is not an emergency vehicle)?

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  • You have right of way because you are crossing in a straight line (3).
  • Enter the intersection before the garbage truck (2), as it must yield (you [3] are coming from its right).
  • Give right of way to the tractor coming from the right only (1).
  • Give right of way to the crossing tractor (1) and truck (2).
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:24

How should you conduct yourself at an exit from a premises or from an access road to a house, when you are about to cross the sidewalk (pavement)?


  • Stop always and give right-of-way to the vehicles that are come from the left and approaching the exit.
  • Slow down and even stop if required, in order to allow pedestrians to cross safely.
  • Stop always and give right-of-way to the pedestrians that are crossing the road.
  • The rule “first to come, first to go” applies to an exit from a premises or from an access road to a house. The pedestrians will wait.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:25

What is the meaning of a “vehicle non-use notice” (taking a vehicle off the road)?


  • It is permitted to drive the vehicle up to one week after it is taken off the road.
  • It is prohibited to drive the vehicle without an authorization from the insurance company.
  • The vehicle is prohibited from driving, unless it is permitted, according to the non-use form, to drive to a nearby garage.
  • It is permitted to drive the vehicle unlimitedly (if it doesn’t cause any traffic safety risk) but not on road ways.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:26

Which of the following vehicles must carry a fire extinguisher?


  • All motor vehicles, except for private passenger cars, tractors, motorcycles and motorcycle and side-car
  • All commercial vehicles, public buses and tractors.
  • All motor vehicles with more than two wheels.
  • Trucks and public buses only.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:27

How should you conduct yourself at an exit from a premises or from an access road to a house, when you are about to enter or cross the road?


  • Give way to the vehicles that are driving away from you in the road you are about to enter.
  • The rules for giving “right-of-way” in such an exit are identical to those that apply in the case of an intersection.
  • You must give way to vehicles coming from the right only.
  • Give-way to the approaching vehicles in the road you are about to enter.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:28

Explain the term “gross axle weight”:


  • The measured pressure at the tips of the chassis connected springs.
  • The own weight of each vehicle axle, including the wheels installed on it.
  • The overall weight of all the wheels installed on one axle against the road.
  • The own weight of the rear axle that includes the differential system.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:29

When driving on a two-way road and visibility is poor:


  • You should horn while overtaking to warn the overtaken vehicle.
  • It is permitted to overtake, unless a “no overtaking” sign is placed.
  • You should turn on the parking lights while overtaking.
  • It is forbidden to overtake.
Category : Rules and Regulations

Question:30

How many number plates should be installed on a private passenger car?


  • One plate only in front,
  • One plate only at the vehicle’s rear..
  • Two standard plates, one in front and one at the vehicle’s rear.
  • As determined by the vehicle’s owner.
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