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Section 20

1. You are moving in the left lane whereas in the right lane there is a parked lorry. What should you be very careful about in this case and why?
  • You should slow down and watch out whether a pedestrian runs out suddenly in front of the parked lorry.
  • Not exceeding the maximum permissible speed limit for this area.
2. In which cases should you ease down the speed of your vehicle?
  • On bends.
  • When overtaking another vehicle you are next to it.
  • When passing in front of parking lots in general.
3. If the limit is not specified by special traffic signs, which is the maximum permissible speed limit for passenger cars outside residential areas, as long as it is not a motorway or expressway?
  • 100 km/h.
  • 80 km/h.
  • 90 km/h.
4. In an expressway the maximum permissible speed under normal weather conditions is?
  • 110 km/h in general for all vehicles.
  • 80 km/h for lorries of over 3.5 tons and 90 km/h for buses and other lorries.
5. In which of the following cases should you ease down the speed of your vehicle?
  • When overtaking a bus stopped at a bus-stop.
  • On steep uphills.
  • When passing in front of a traffic policeman.
6. Which is the maximum permissible speed limit for passenger cars on motorways, when this is not specified by special traffic signs?
  • 100 km/h.
  • 120 km/h.
  • 150 km/h.
7. In case of an abrupt slow-down of traffic, how would you inform the vehicles that follow?
  • By pressing successively the footbrake pedal so that the brake lights flash.
  • You should switch on the fog lights.
8. In an expressway the maximum permissible speed for passenger cars and motorcycles of over 125 cc is:
  • 120 km/h.
  • 110 km/h.
9. When you are driving for a long time at a high speed:
  • Reaction readiness is increased.
  • You should drive very close to the leading vehicle.
  • The feeling of speed is reduced.
10. What is the maximum permissible speed limit for passenger cars on expressways, when this is not specified by special traffic signs?
  • 90 km/h.
  • 100 km/h.
  • 110 km/h.
11. In roads where high speeds are developed, in case of a abrupt slow-down of the traffic, how should you warn the vehicles that follow?
  • You should sound the horn.
  • You should switch on the hazard lights.
12. What do we mean by saying that the driver must master the speed of their vehicle?
  • That they can adjust the speed of their vehicle according to the existing conditions.
  • That they can increase and reduce speed of their vehicle at will.
  • That they can move their vehicle at a low speed.
13. Which of the courses shown should be followed by the motorcyclist so that they turn left from a two-way street?
  • Course 1.
  • Course 2.
  • Either course.
14. At a normal traffic, when the lanes are defined by broken lines:
  • You should move on the rightmost edge of the lane.
  • You should drive within the limits of the lane and as middle as possible.
  • You should move on the left edge of the lane.
15. In order to turn left at an intersection from a two-way street:
  • You should move to the road axis you will leave.
  • You should stay on the right part of the street.
  • You should move on the left part of the street.
16. At a normal course in a motorway with three lanes per direction, regardless of your speed, you are driving correctly if you are moving:
  • In the left lane.
  • In the right lane.
  • In the middle lane.
17. Has the car stopped in a correct position on the road and why?
  • Yes, because it has stopped before the special stop line of the pedestrian crossing.
  • No, because it should have come closer, at the level of the traffic lights.
18. In a motorway or expressway with three traffic lanes per direction you are towing a caravan:
  • You cannot use the left lane to overtake.
  • You can use the left lane to overtake.
19. Can you turn left in this case?
  • NO
  • YES
20. In this case, the two vehicles that wait will turn left having each other on their right:
  • NO
  • YES
21. What should you do at a railway crossing which is closed due to the passage of a train?
  • Switch off the lights so as not to dazzle anybody.
  • During waiting you should make sure that you do not block any crossroads.
22. In which of the following cases the vehicle moving on the right does not have priority?
  • When the vehicle moving on its left is a lorry.
  • When the vehicle moving on its left is a city bus.
  • When entering a motorway.
23. Coming behind this stopped school bus you should:
  • Always stop.
  • Slow down and, if the road has two lanes, stop.
  • Sound the horn.
24. As soon as you obtain your driving licence, you should have the special plate of a new driver (N) displayed on the rear window of your car for one year:
  • Only in expressways and motorways.
  • In the entire road network.
  • Only in towns.
25. Speed limits determined by traffic signs like this:
  • Should be reached.
  • Should not be exceeded.
  • Are recommended.
26. Should you adjust your speed so as to manage to stop in the visible and free space of the road in front of your vehicle?
  • YES
  • NO
27. The speed limits in Greece for passenger cars are:
  • 120 km/h in the motorway and 50 km/h in a residential area.
  • 90 km/h in the entire national road network.
28. The speed limits for passenger cars in Greece are:
  • 60 km/h in a residential area.
  • 130 km/h in roads with an island that divides the two directions.
  • 110 km/h in expressways.
29. The traffic sign indicating an entry to a residential area means also that the speed limit is:
  • 50 km/h.
  • 60 km/h.
30. In this case:
  • Slow down and do not overtake.
  • Switch on the hazard lights.
  • You should sound the horn.
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