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Section 26

1. What may happen if the wheels of the same axle present dissimilar braking?
  • The vehicle may slide laterally.
  • The wheel which does not brake well is immobilised first.
  • The braking distance is shorter.
2. You should sound the horn:
  • To inform other road users of your presence in case of danger or emergency.
  • To communicate with other road users.
  • To show your irritation to other road users.
3. You must pay continuous attention to, and show respect for the other road users. What does this mean?
  • Road safety presupposes your personal care of the other users.
  • You must always expect a correct behaviour from the other users.
4. What should you do, if, while driving with the headlights on full beam, wild animals appear suddenly deep in the lighted field ahead of you?
  • Continue your course with the headlights on full beam.
  • Sound the horn and brake.
  • Switch on the dipped headlights immediately.
5. In case of emergency, can you use the starter motor so as to move ahead or reverse your vehicle for a few metres?
  • NO.
  • YES.
6. The occasional towage of another vehicle is:
  • Allowed on conditions but it is not recommended.
  • Forbidden.
7. The stability of your vehicle may be affected by side winds. This is more likely when you are driving:
  • On a part of a road which does not have lateral obstacles.
  • In a tunnel.
  • In a residential area.
8. When you are driving your heavily loaded vehicle, tyre pressure must be:
  • Reduced.
  • As normal.
  • Increased.
9. In case of a failure of the braking system:
  • You should lift the handbrake persistently.
  • You should change into a lower gear, apply the handbrake pressing the button continually, look for a free space and press the footbrake pedal repeatedly.
10. If you stop due to a break-down on a railway crossing, the first thing you should do is to:
  • Phone the person responsible for the crossing.
  • Push the vehicle off the crossing.
  • Take all passengers out of the vehicle and away from it.
11. In roads inside residential areas the warning triangle must be placed behind the vehicle at a distance of at least:
  • 50 m.
  • 20 m.
12. You must check your brakes after driving through stagnant waters, because:
  • Your brakes may have been overheated.
  • The water may have entered the hydraulic circuit.
  • Your brakes may be wet.
13. You are driving at 100 km/h on a clear straight part of a road. You have a flat tyre and your car starts wobbling. Then you should:
  • Hold the steering-wheel firmly so as to maintain the control and slow down smoothly.
  • Brake urgently.
14. Your vehicle has broken down in a country road. What should you be careful about during the towage?
  • Enter the motorway from the next entry, because in it you can drive at a steady speed.
  • Both vehicles must have their hazard warning lights on.
15. In the event that a fire starts in your vehicle:
  • You should switch off the engine, the people around should move away and you should put out the fire with the help of the fire extinguisher and, if necessary, with sand or earth.
  • You should throw water to the fire.
16. The wheel anti-lock braking system (ABS):
  • Prevents, when braking, wheel locking and allows you, while braking, to maintain the control of the vehicle.
  • Allows you to reduce the safety distance.
17. In roads outside residential areas which are not motorways or expressways, the warning triangle must be placed behind the vehicle at a distance of at least:
  • 50 m.
  • 100 m.
18. A railway officer is waiving a red light at a railway crossing. What should you do?
  • Stop at a safe distance before the railway crossing.
  • Cross the rails slowly.
  • Cross the rails speeding up.
19. You are towing a baggage trailer and it starts wobbling. You must:
  • Release the accelerator smoothly.
  • Speed up and hold the steering-wheel firmly.
  • Brake abruptly and hold the steering-wheel firmly.
20. In a motorway or expressway the warning triangle must be placed behind the vehicle at a distance of at least:
  • 100 m.
  • 50 m.
21. Why should you regularly check the quantity (level) of engine oil?
  • So as not to miss guarantee of the vehicle.
  • For any leaks or excessive oil combustion by the engine.
  • So as to check whether it needs to be changed.
22. How often must the periodical technical control of a private passenger car be carried out?
  • Every four years.
  • Every two years, unless a different schedule has been determined by the Ministry of Transport and Communications.
  • Every year.
23. When driving your car you realize that suddenly some lights do not switch on, what may happen?
  • A battery failure.
  • The fuse of the relevant electrical circuit has blown.
  • An engine failure.
24. What does size 15 indicate on a tyre 175/70 R15 87T?
  • Diameter of the wheel-rim to which the tyre can be fit.
  • Maximum load the tyre can bear.
  • External diameter of the tyre.
25. The tyres of your vehicle are very worn on the middle of the tread. It is very likely that:
  • There was a low tyre pressure for a long period.
  • This is the normal type of wear.
  • There was a high tyre pressure for a long period.
26. When you notice on the dashboard that the engine has been overheated, which of the following is the possible cause?
  • Malfunction of the distributor.
  • Malfunction of the thermostat.
  • Malfunction of the brakes.
27. While driving you notice that the temperature gauge of your vehicle shows a fast temperature raise. The most possible cause of this is:
  • The level of engine lubrication oil is low.
  • The sparking plugs have oil.
  • The belt of the fan is broken.
28. The emission of smoke from a diesel-engined passenger car may be due:
  • A failure of the injection system.
  • A blocked fuel filter.
  • A blocked air filter.
29. What happens when you are driving with a very low tyre pressure?
  • The tyres may be damaged due to overheating.
  • Driving stability is reduced.
  • Tyres last longer.
30. Who is responsible for the good condition of a vehicle that has a licence?
  • The owner or holder of the car.
  • The insurance company.
  • The driver.
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