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Section 23

1. In this case:
  • You can start overtaking.
  • You have to wait to overtake after the bend.
2. In this case, if reversing is necessary:
  • The passenger car should reverse.
  • The heavy vehicle should reverse.
3. In this case, if reversing is necessary:
  • The car that tows the caravan should reverse.
  • The lorry should reverse.
4. The bus is immobilised at the stop. You decide to overtake it, because the left lane is clear. What should you be careful about during overtaking?
  • Lest pedestrians cross the road carelessly, passing in front of the bus.
  • Lest the bus moves off.
  • Lest the bus moves off or pedestrians cross the road carelessly passing in front of the bus
5. Is driving on a mountain less tiring?
  • YES
  • NO
6. Why must you not disengage and switch off the engine simultaneously, when you are driving on a long downhill a vehicle that has a steering-wheel and brakes supporting system?
  • Because the steering-wheel will become unusually heavy (it may be locked), the effectiveness of the brakes will be reduced and engine braking effect will disappear.
  • Because the battery will be overcharged.
7. You are towing by your passenger vehicle a trailer which does not have its own brakes on a long and steep downhill. What should you do?
  • Take into consideration that the trailer will be pushing your vehicle during braking.
  • Relieve the brakes of your passenger vehicle through the frequent change of gears.
8. When you feel tired:
  • You can prevent falling asleep by opening the window.
  • Stop as soon as possible.
  • Do not stop if you are approaching your destination.
9. What should you do if while driving at night in a clear road you feel symptoms of fatigue (sleepiness, shiver, surprise, etc)?
  • Fight fatigue by smoking a cigarette.
  • Take sufficient rest breaks.
10. How can fatigue be prevented at a long driving?
  • By taking regular rest breaks.
  • By better ventilation.
  • By drinking coffee while driving.
11. A continuous yellow line at the edges of the pavement:
  • Indicates the prohibition of parking, but allows you to stop for a few minutes.
  • Stresses that both waiting and parking are forbidden.
12. At what distance from a bus-stop are you allowed to park your vehicle?
  • At a distance of over 5 m.
  • At a distance of over 10 m.
  • At a distance of over 12 m.
13. When you park your passenger car at night in a street which is not sufficiently lit, which lights should you leave on?
  • The light of the rear number plate.
  • The rear side lights.
  • The front and rear side lights or parking light which is on the part of the traffic.
14. At what distance from a crossroads are you allowed to park your vehicle?
  • At a distance of at least 1 m from the pedestrian crossing.
  • At a distance of over 10 m from the imaginary extension of the closest borderline of the vertical road.
  • At a distance of at least 15 m from the centre of the crossroads.
15. At what distance from the traffic lights are you allowed to park your vehicle?
  • At a distance of over 5 m.
  • At a distance of over 10 m.
  • At a distance of over 20 m.
16. At what distance before and after a level railway crossing are you permitted to park your vehicle?
  • At a distance of over 10 m.
  • At a distance of over 15 m.
  • At a distance of over 5 m if the crossing is guarded and of over 20 m if it is not guarded.
17. In which case is car parking allowed next to another car parked legally along the road?
  • Only if permitted by a special traffic sign.
  • When it is an one-way street and has at least three lanes.
  • When the road is not busy.
18. At what distance from a fire hydrant are you allowed to park your vehicle?
  • At a distance of over 2 m.
  • There is no limitation.
  • At a distance of over 5 m.
19. At which position in an one-way street is parking of vehicles allowed, if there is no prohibiting traffic sign?
  • Only on the left end of the road.
  • On both the left and right ends of the road.
  • Only on the right end of the road.
20. In which case are you allowed to park your vehicle on the pavement?
  • When the width of the pavement is over 3,5 m.
  • When the part of the pavement where you will park is in front of your house or your shop.
  • Only when it is permitted by a special sign.
21. In which of the following positions are you prohibited from parking your vehicle?
  • At a distance of over 20 m from traffic lights.
  • On curves.
  • At a distance of over 12 m from bus-stops.
22. What must you do when you park your car in a road that has no pavements?
  • Park your car as close to the building line as possible.
  • Leave free space, with a width of at least 1 m, for the pedestrians.
  • Not park in front of house or shop entrances.
23. In order to move off safely from a place of parking, your last action must be to:
  • Look obliquely over your shoulder.
  • Give an arm signal.
  • Switch on the indicator.
24. You wish to leave your vehicle parked on a road. Can you leave the engine on until you come back?
  • Only if you park for less than 5 minutes.
  • So as to charge a battery.
  • No, not in any circumstances.
25. You are parking your vehicle on the side of a road, with the front part on an uphill. You must apply the handbrake and:
  • Select the reverse gear.
  • Select the neutral gear.
  • Select the first gear.
26. You are parking your vehicle on the side of a road with the rear part on an uphill. You must apply the handbrake and:
  • Select the first gear.
  • Select the reverse gear.
  • Select the neutral gear.
27. In a parking meter there is still parking time from the car that had parked earlier. What should you do if you wished to park there?
  • You are not allowed to use the remaining time.
  • You can use the remaining time without handling the clock anew.
28. In a two-way street parking on its right and left side, parallelly to the street axis, is not forbidden. Where are you allowed to park?
  • On the right and left of your course.
  • Only on the right of your course.
29. What is the minimum distance you should keep when parking or stopping before a pedestrian crossing?
  • 1 m.
  • 5 m.
  • 12 m.
30. In which cases are you recommended to switch on the side lights at night?
  • When the car is parked outside a residential area.
  • When you are driving in roads which have continuous and sufficient lighting.
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