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Section 28

1. Why should you avoid the aimless abrupt and hard start?
  • Because thus the seat belt is overstrained.
  • Because thus fuel consumption and air pollution is increased.
2. In case of non-replacement of a damaged (worn) catalytic converter of a petrol-engined car, what happens?
  • Nothing.
  • Engine power is significantly increased.
  • Increased pollutants are emitted by the car.
3. Has the car stopped at a correct position and why?
  • Yes, because it has stopped at a point on the crossing so that the driver can check whether vehicles are coming from the right.
  • No, because it has not stopped behind the special stop line at the pedestrian crossing.
4. Driving your car with a roof rack, even without load :
  • the fuel consumption is increased
  • the fuel consumption is reduced
  • the fuel consumption is not affected
5. When the fuel consumption is increased:
  • with open windows
  • with closed windows
  • with closed sunroof
6. For eco- driving on the road without slope:
  • you increase and decrease continuously speed while you are driving at a steady gear
  • you change up / down continuously gear
  • shift into the biggest gear just in case while you are driving at a steady speed
7. You are driving a motor vehicle of clean technology on a sloping road. When will the motor vehicle consume less fuel :
  • stop stepping on the accelerator and shifting into the proper gear.
  • Placing the gear lever in the neutral.
  • shifting into first gear by pressing the accelerator slightly,0,
8. Eco-driving is being achieved
  • by reducing the tires pressure
  • by increasing the engine rotation
  • by the right tire pressure
9. The use of air conditioning in your motor vehicle:
  • increases fuel consumption
  • reduces fuel consumption
  • does not affect fuel consumption
10. The noise caused by motor vehicles:
  • is reduced when you speed up
  • is reduced if the engine has been cleaned
  • can be reduced by proper driving, avoiding braking and speeding up sharply
11. For reducing fuel consumption:
  • you should avoid flat runs
  • you should drive at a steady speed
  • you should use more dilute oil
12. The pollution caused by petrol engine motor vehicles:
  • may be due to poor (bad) timing engine
  • does not depend on the timing engine
  • does not depend on the existence of lead in petrol
13. For reducing the air pollution caused by the diesel motor – vehicles
  • You should often check the transmission system
  • You should avoid the prolonged driving at a low speed.
  • You should step on the accelerator repeatedly while you are at a standstill, in order to keep warm the engine and to improve its efficiency
14. The air pollution caused by diesel motor vehicles:
  • Depends on the liquid's type in the refrigerator.
  • Is completely disappeared by accelerating
  • Is increased if there is damage in the feed system
15. For avoiding noise emissions during the circulation.
  • You should keep the engine in motion by stepping on the accelerator repeatedly while you stop due to traffic-jam.
  • You should use the horn to inform the other users only in case of traffic jam
  • You should avoid pull up short if it's not absolutely necessary
16. For reducing the noise caused by the motor vehicles is necessary:
  • To modify the silencer in such a way so that it improves the engine performance
  • To avoid step on the accelerator when the vehicle is stopped.
  • To remove the silencer with a view of improving the engine's performance
17. This traffic sign indicates danger due to:
  • Level railway or tram crossing with movable barriers.
  • An unguarded railway crossing.
18. What should you do if you saw this traffic sign?
  • Slow down, check whether a train is approaching and continue your course.
  • Stop your course at the line drawn for this or, in case there is no such a line, at the possition of the sign and do not start unless you make sure that no train or tram is coming.
  • Continue your course without delay.
19. This traffic sign stresses:
  • Approach to a location of level railway or tram crossing without movable barriers.
  • Approaching a passage where there is a hump.
20. The speed limits in Greece for passenger cars are:
  • 130 km/h in a motorway and 50 km/h in inhabited area.
  • 90 km/h in the entire national road network.
21. Which mode of driving is very economical and contributes to environmental protection?
  • Change into the higher gear in good time.
  • Driving using up the maximum number of revolutions of each gear.
  • Change into the higher gear in good time before an uphill.
22. What may increase fuel consumption?
  • Driving with a new air filter.
  • Driving at the maximum number of revolutions.
  • Driving without unnecessary weight.
23. Which driving attitude increases fuel consumption?
  • Smooth start.
  • Steady course.
  • Frequent acceleration and braking.
24. What should you be careful about in order to protect the environment?
  • Avoid driving without a serious reason.
  • Drive at as many engine revolutions as possible.
25. Economical driving:
  • Reduces fuel consumption, improves safety and is beneficial to the environment.
  • Increases the wear of the vehicle.
26. During peak hours do you consume in the city more or less fuel than during other hours of the day?
  • More, because you have to speed up and brake more often.
  • Less, because you have to drive more at low speeds.
27. What are the consequences of a significant reduction of the recommended tyre pressure?
  • Environmental pollution is reduced.
  • Fuel consumption and emission of harmful substances are increased.
  • Safer driving.
28. Where should you put, if possible, your luggage in order to save fuel?
  • In the luggage compartment.
  • In a luggage trailer.
  • On the luggage-grid.
29. Why must a broken exhaust pipe be repaired without delay?
  • Because it creates a big noise which disturbs the others.
  • Because parts of the exhaust pipe will fall on the road.
30. Do you know that if a vehicle is in a good condition, properly maintained and driven prudently (economical driving), it consumes less energy and emits a smaller quantity of fuel to the atmosphere?
  • NO
  • YES
  • It depends on the car.
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