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Section 5

1. A slow moving vehicle is followed by many vehicles, which due to the traffic circumstances cannot overtake it. What should the driver of the slow moving vehicle do?
  • Maintain their speed.
  • Take the first turning.
  • Slow down when appropriate and wait, if necessary, so that the vehicles that follow be able to overtake.
2. During driving you ascertain that you have lost control of the car, because there are oils on the asphalted road. What should you do?
  • Press the accelerator pedal and correct your course through the steering-wheel.
  • Slow down applying the brakes.
  • Release the accelerator pedal and change into a lower gear.
3. When approaching a bend, what should you do so that your car does not slide or swerve from its lane?
  • Maintain the speed at which you are reaching the bend.
  • Press the footbrake pedal when within the bend.
  • Slow down before the beginning of the bend.
4. When are you allowed to reverse your vehicle?
  • From a central road to a side road.
  • Near a lamp post.
  • When it is not possible to move ahead or when you manoeuvre for parking.
5. You wish to turn left. What are the procedures to be followed?
  • Take up the correct position on the road, switch on the direction indicator and check the vehicles that follow.
  • Check the vehicles that follow, switch on the direction indicator and take up the correct position on the road.
  • Switch on the direction indicator, take up the correct position on the road and check the vehicles that follow.
6. Every time you overtake a vehicle at night and you are allowed to turn on the full beam headlights, you should do this:
  • When you are on the left and before reaching the level of the other vehicle.
  • When you are at the same level with the other vehicle.
  • Before moving to the left.
7. When you drive in roads with ice, the distance normally required for stopping in case of emergency compared to that required when the road is dry may be increased by?
  • Twice.
  • 5 times.
  • 10 times.
8. What should you know with regard to road condition, when it starts to rain and in particular, after a long period of drought?
  • The layer of sludge at the beginning of the rain is not dangerous.
  • The layer of sludge does not affect tyre grip on the road.
  • The layer of sludge at the beginning of the rain is dangerous.
9. How can you profit the best from the braking effect of your engine at a long and steep downhill?
  • By selecting a higher gear in good time.
  • By selecting a lower gear in good time.
  • By selecting the neutral gear in good time.
10. When driving on a long steep downhill, you should control the speed of your vehicle by:
  • Engaging a lower gear before the downhill, and applying the footbrake at intervals.
  • Applying the footbrake throughout the downhill.
  • Applying the footbrake and engaging a lower gear as you are approaching the end of the downhill.
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