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Section 5

1. The consumption of alcohol may cause during driving:
  • Increased alertness.
  • Quicker reactions.
  • Reduced control.
2. Does an acceleration lane serve for avoiding the retardation of normal traffic?
  • YES
  • NO
3. In order to enter a normal lane of a motorway:
  • You should speed up, look through the exterior mirror and change lane.
  • You should look through the exterior mirror, speed up and change lane.
  • You should speed up, enter gradually and change lane.
4. You can recognise a slow-down lane from:
  • The special horizontal line.
  • The traffic sign giving priority.
5. An acceleration lane is:
  • A lane which finishes by a STOP traffic sign.
  • A lane which permits a safe entry to a motorway or expressway.
6. In order to use correctly a slow-down lane:
  • You must warn first the other users and use it from its beginning.
  • You must brake before entering.
7. In order to use correctly a slow-down lane:
  • You must brake before entering.
  • After entering, you should slow down throughout the lane.
8. In which case, when pulling out a row of parked cars, are you permitted to interrupt the traffic?
  • Under no circumstances.
  • When you have properly informed the drivers of the vehicles that follow.
  • When the street has at least two lanes per direction or is an one-way street.
9. You are moving in a acceleration lane. Can you enter the normal lane behind the black vehicle?
  • ΝΟ
  • YES
10. When on the motorway the traffic is heavy and in lines:
  • You should remain in your line and switch on the hazard lights during a sudden slow-down.
  • You can overtake changing line.
11. The permissible content of alcohol in the blood is:
  • 0,5 grams per litre of blood.
  • 0,8 grams per litre of blood.
12. If during a check by the traffic police you are found to be driving under the influence of alcohol, with a content of 0.8 to 1.10 grams per litre of your blood, the following punishment will be inflicted upon you:
  • Disqualification for 6 months and fine of 200,000 drachmas.
  • Fine of 100,000 drachmas and disqualification for 3 months.
13. If you are found for a second time within 2 years to be driving under the influence of alcohol (recidivist) with a content of over 1,10 grams per litre of blood, the following punishment will be inflicted upon you:
  • Disqualification for 5 years.
  • Fine of 200.000 drachmas, disqualification for 6 months, taking away of the vehicle registration licence and number plates for 10 days to 6 months and imprisonment for at least 2 months.
14. The consumption of alcohol:
  • Makes you overestimate your actual abilities.
  • Reduces your reaction time.
15. Does smoking cigarettes inside the vehicle have an effect on driver’s physical state?
  • NO
  • YES
16. In a state of your obvious drunkenness (over 1,10 grams of alcohol per litre of blood), the Traffic Police:
  • May disqualify you and immobilise your vehicle.
  • May impound your vehicle.
17. A percentage of alcohol in the blood which exceeds the permissible limit:
  • Will be subject to a written certification of a breach of the law.
  • Constitutes an offence.
18. Which is the minimum percentage of alcohol in the blood according to which the driver is considered to be under its influence?
  • Over 1,10 g per litre of blood.
  • Over 0,5 g per litre of blood.
  • Over 0,8 g per litre of blood.
19. If you go out with a company for entertainment, what should you do in order to return home safely?
  • Drive at a low speed and carefully when coming back.
  • Plan who should not drink alcohol in order to drive after the end of the entertainment, otherwise leave your vehicle and return by other means.
  • The person who will drink less alcohol than the others or feel that they are under the minor influence of alcohol should drive the car.
20. Should there always be a first-aid kit with the necessary pharmaceutical materials in the car and why?
  • No, it is not necessary.
  • Yes, because it is absolutely necessary, since car passengers or other people may need it at any time as first aid.
  • Yes, because if there is not such a kit, a fine of 50.000 drachmas is prescribed by the Highway Code.
21. What are the minimum pharmaceutical materials you have to carry in the first-aid kit of the car?
  • Spirit, peroxide of hydrogen, iodine and gauzes.
  • Spirit, iodine, cotton, sterilized gauzes, various bandages, adhesive plaster.
  • Spirit and iodine.
22. Is the negative effect of sedative and pain-killing drugs increased through the use of alcohol?
  • I do not know.
  • No, there is no effect.
  • Yes, and it is multiplied.
23. What does driving of a vehicle cause, when the driver is under the influence of alcohol?
  • Sleepiness, difficulty in thinking, lack of judgement, etc.
  • Vigilance and alertness.
  • Nothing.
24. Do sedative and pain-killing drugs affect negatively driver’s ability?
  • It depends on the person’s body.
  • Yes, because they cause sleepiness, difficulty in thinking, etc.
  • No, if they have been prescribed by a doctor.
25. The consumption of alcohol may cause during driving:
  • Increased alertness.
  • Reduced control, false feeling of self-confidence, bad estimation of speed.
  • Quicker reactions.
26. The consumption of alcohol affects driving. The possible effects are as follows:
  • Better concentration.
  • Reduced co-ordination, bad estimation, increased self-confidence.
  • Quicker reactions.
27. Under what circumstances may somebody’s ability for safe driving be reduced, after they have consumed even a very small quantity of alcohol?
  • When they have taken sleeping-pills, pain-killers or sedatives.
  • When somebody drinks alcohol on a full stomach.
28. The consumption of alcohol may cause during driving:
  • An increased alertness.
  • Faster reactions.
  • False feeling of self-confidence.
29. The consumption of alcohol affects driving. The possible effects are:
  • Better concentration.
  • Bad estimation.
  • Achromatopsia
30. Your health condition obliges you to take medicines which may affect your driving. You should consult:
  • Your doctor.
  • Police.
  • Ministry of Transport and Communications.
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