Private and Commercial Vehicles «B», Motorcycles «A,A1,A2»

Questions Bank section: Rules and Regulations


0023. What is a “pedestrian crossing”?

  • A part of the pavement that is marked for pedestrian crossing
  • A part of the road designated and marked for pedestrians to cross.
  • A part of the road edge that is marked for pedestrian crossing
  • A part of the road that is marked for pedestrian crossing, including the pavement
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0024. Define level crossing:

  • A place where a road and a railroad meet on a freeway.
  • A place where a road and a railroad meet at different levels.
  • A place where a road and a railroad meet or cross at the same level.
  • Any place where a railroad can be crossed
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0027. When a driver gives “right of way”, it means that:

  • He merges with traffic without causing an accident
  • He allows other drivers to continue driving without causing them to change their speed or to stop
  • He barely manages to push into the traffic flow
  • He enters the traffic flow in the same speed as the other vehicles.
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0028. When is it permitted to overtake, in one go, two vehicle that are driving before you on your lane

  • Only on highways.
  • When overtaking is not prohibited, and when the overtaking can be safely completed.
  • This type of overtaking is absolutely prohibited by law.
  • Only when overtaking two private passenger cars.
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0030. Who is a “road user”?

  • A person who uses the road for standing or running only
  • A person who uses the road for riding a motor vehicle only
  • A person who uses the road for bicycle riding only
  • A person who uses the road for driving, traveling, riding, walking, standing or any other purpose
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0031. Define “to dip the lights”:

  • Turning off the high beam and turning on the fog lights
  • Changing the height of the parking beam
  • Reverting from low beam to high beam.
  • Reverting from high beam to low beam.
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0032. Define “Junction”:

  • A meeting point of two roads or more.
  • The area formed by the junction of two or more roads at different levels.
  • The area formed by the junction of a railroad and a roadway
  • The junction of two urban roadways, provided that they are both asphalt-paved.
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0033. Define “stop line”:

  • A line drawn on either full or half width across the road marking a stopping point for vehicles.
  • A line along the road, marking the point in which a vehicle must stop, in junctions with traffic lights only.
  • A line along the road, marking the point in which a vehicle must stop, before a railway crossing
  • A junction-line along the road, either full or partial, marking the point in which a vehicle must stop near a pavement
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0034. Define “play street”:

  • A main road joined by side roads.
  • A road designed for children’s games, pedestrians and vehicles, sign posted at the entrance with the “play street” sign.
  • A street designated for children’s games, into which only pedestrians and two wheeled vehicles are permitted to enter.
  • A street in which different types of vehicles may drive side by side
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0036. Define “slow moving vehicle”:

  • A motor vehicle having a prescribed maximal speed of 50 k.p.h.
  • A motor vehicle having a prescribed maximal speed of no less than 50 k.p.h.
  • A vehicle restricted by law to 40 k.p.h. or less
  • A motor vehicle having a prescribed maximal speed of 55 k.p.h.
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