Free test - Theory test for driving license

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1. You are driving on a busy clearway and you use your indicators in order to change lane. What is correct?

  • I must ensure that I can change lane without risk
  • Vehicles in the lane I will change to have to let me in
  • I can change lane right away since I have used my indicators

2. You drive through a road works area. What is correct?

  • I am not allowed do drive faster than 30 kph
  • I am not allowed do drive faster than 50 kph
  • I adjust my speed depending on the traffic situation
  • I continue to drive same speed

3. You are driving at the same speed as the current speed limit on a clearway. You notice that the car behind starts to overtake you. What should you do?

  • Keep driving as usual; drivers who overtake may not drive faster than the speed limit
  • Position my vehicle to the right in order to facilitate the overtaking
  • I must always drive out on the hard shoulder to facilitate the overtaking

4. What is the consequence if the power steering is out of order?

  • The car can be steered, but it is much heavier
  • The car cannot be steered
  • The car becomes understeered
  • The car becomes oversteered

5. This supplementary plate informs you of a traffic group, which one?

  • Impaired hearing
  • Impaired vision
  • Older people
  • Wheelchair users

6. What is the reaction distance?

  • The distance the car travels from the moment I start braking until it stands still
  • The distance the car travels from the moment I notice the danger until I react to it
  • The time it takes for me to react

7. Why should you not drive with an empty roof box?

  • The car's centre of gravity is changing and it becomes unstable when I drive through bends
  • Fuel consumption increases
  • The roof box can get torn of the roof by the wind when driving at high speeds
  • It affects the car's stopping distance negatively

8. In which situation is it most likely that speed blindness causes an accident?

  • When I exit a tunnel
  • When I enter a highway
  • When oncoming traffic blinds me
  • When I exit a highway

9. What is the main benefit of biofuels compared to fossil fuels?

  • The greenhouse effect is unaffected
  • Engine performance becomes better
  • The wear and tear on the engine becomes less
  • The engine parts are more lubricated and thus reduce emissions

10. In which situation does the so-called priority to the right-rule apply?

  • I am driving out of a gas station
  • I am driving on a major road and approach a junction
  • I am approaching a junction in a built-up area without road signs
  • I am driving out of a parking area

11. What is the maximum speed for vehicles with slow-moving sign?

  • 30 kph
  • 40 kph
  • 45 kph
  • 60 kph

12. What should you do if you are in a traffic jam?

  • I should always keep the same distance to the vehicle in front of me
  • I should never stop in a way that obstructs crossing traffic
  • I should stay as close to the vehicle in front of me as possible in order to make the line of cars shorter

13. What is true regarding the road sign?

  • The speed limit applies until the next speed limit sign
  • The speed limit applies until the next junction
  • I may exceed the speed limit when overtaking

14. What is true about the yellow mark on the curb?

  • I can park here but not more than 24 hours
  • I can park here but the car's wheels must not stand on the curb
  • I can stop here but not park here
  • I cannot park or stop here

15. When driving in daylight, which of the following lights is allowed to combine with dipped headlights?

  • Parking lights
  • Extra lights
  • Fog lights

16. What of the following applies in the junction?

  • The exit-rule
  • The priority to the right-rule
  • All other vehicles in the junction must give way to me

17. You are driving on a country road with very poor visibility because of bends. You intend to turn around and drive in the opposite direction. What should you do?

  • Make a U-turn
  • Use the hard shoulder to turn around
  • Make a turn to a smaller road, turn around and come back to the country road

18. You are driving on a country road with a hard shoulder marked by a broken edge line. What should you use the hard shoulder for?

  • I must always use the hard shoulder when other vehicles want to overtake me
  • I am only allowed use the hard shoulder if needed to avoid a dangerous situation
  • I am allowed to use the hard shoulder temporarily to facilitate other vehicles overtaking me

19. In what situation should you use hazard warning lights?

  • When I have stopped at a bus stop to drop off a passenger
  • When I have made an emergency stop that endangers other vehicles
  • When I have parked on a major road

20. You are about to drive onto the highway, what is true?

  • I should greatly increase my speed to facilitate the entry
  • I must give way to the vehicles on the highway
  • The vehicles on the highway must give way
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