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Section 6

1. Which way of driving is very economical and contributes to environmental protection?
  • Change into the just higher gear in good time.
  • Driving using up the number of revolutions for every gear.
  • Change into the higher gear in good time at the beginning of an uphill.
2. What are the requirements for economical driving and reduced emission of exhaust gases?
  • A well maintained and properly regulated engine.
  • Quick start and hard acceleration.
  • Tyre pressure that is lower than the normal.
3. In which lane(s) of motorways with three or more lanes per direction are lorries or combinations of them permitted to move:
  • Only in the rightmost lane.
  • In any lane, depending on the traffic conditions.
  • In the two rightmost lanes.
4. In which lane(s) of streets with two lanes per direction are lorries or combinations of them allowed to move:
  • Only in the rightmost lane.
  • In the right lane and for a short time in special cases (overtaking, etc.) in the left one.
  • In either lane.
5. In steep streets where it is impossible or difficult for two lorries coming from opposite directions to pass, which driver should give way?
  • The driver of the lorry that moves on the downhill.
  • The driver of the lorry that moves on the uphill.
6. For how many consecutive hours is parking of lorries of over 3.500 kg allowed on the same position in streets within residential areas?
  • As many hours as its owner or driver wishes.
  • Up to 24 hours.
  • Up to 12 hours.
7. When a bus has a breakdown within a residential area, at what distance should the driver place the warning triangle:
  • At a distance of at least 20 m.
  • At a distance of up to 20 m.
  • At a distance of at least 50 m.
8. The wheel anti-lock braking system (ABS):
  • Prevents differential locking on curves.
  • Prevents wheel skidding during acceleration.
  • Prevents wheel locking when braking on a wet road.
9. Outside urban centres the drivers must switch off the full beam headlights and use the dipped headlights or fog lights:
  • If there is a risk of dazzling other vehicles’ drivers coming from the opposite direction.
  • When during driving they do not keep a safety distance.
  • Half an hour before sunrise.
10. Which is the maximum permissible speed limit for lorries with a gross weight of over 3.500 kg in motorways, when this is not specified by special traffic signs?
  • 80 km/h.
  • 70 km/h.
  • 90 km/h.
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