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

Questions Bank section: Rules and Regulations


0037. Which of the following is an emergency vehicle?

  • A Red Magen David Ambulance, an Israel Police vehicle, IDF vehicle, Fire-fighting vehicle, integrated policing vehicle or any other vehicle approved by the Authority, when it sounds its emergency signals and operates flashing lights and sounds an alarm signal.
  • Any ambulance, IDF vehicle, fire-fighting vehicle or other commercial vehicle that was authorized to function as an emergency vehicle by the Licensing Authority
  • Every vehicle of the Israel Police or the IDF and vehicles that are used for regular security missions in borderline settlements
  • A vehicle of the Israel Police or the IDF and a fire-fighting vehicle only
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0038. Is it permitted to drive passengers for hire in a private passenger car?

  • Yes, if a contract is signed between the driver and the passengers
  • Yes, if the vehicle is equipped with a standard chassis, approved by the Licensing Authority
  • No
  • No, except with a permission of the Tax Authorities
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0039. What is the definition of an “obsolete vehicle” in regard to private passenger cars?

  • A private passenger car is not included in the definition of an “obsolete vehicle”.
  • A private passenger car that was manufactured more than 19 years ago.
  • A private passenger car that was manufactured more than 15 years ago.
  • A vehicle that does not meet the compelling Israeli standard.
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0040. What is a “private passenger car”?

  • A public motor vehicle, designed to carry eight passengers, licensed as a public vehicle
  • A private motor vehicle, designed to carry up to eight passengers, apart from the driver and stated on the vehicle license private vehicle.
  • A motor vehicle, designed to carry ten passengers, licensed as a private vehicle
  • A private motor vehicle, designed to carry at least twelve passengers, licensed as a private vehicle
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0041. When a vehicle is disqualified from use on the road:

  • It is forbidden to be on the road without authorization from the licensing authority.
  • It is forbidden to get back on the road without authorization of the insurance company
  • It is allowed to stay on the road for a period of up to seven days after being taken off the road.
  • It is allowed to stay on the road unlimitedly, as long as it doesn’t pose any traffic safety risk
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0042. Define “path”:

  • Part of the width of the road designated for pedestrians only.
  • A part of the road, designed for motorcycle traffic only.
  • Lane or part of a lane that is not a road and designated for specific users.
  • A part of the road, which was marked by the “Israel’s Paths” Company.
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0044. After parking your car besides the pavement, on the right side of an urban road:

  • You should verify that the passenger sitting in the left back seat gets out very carefully from the car to the road.
  • You should verify that the maximal distance between the car and the pavement is one meter.
  • Before getting out of the car, you should verify that this will not disturb any road user.
  • If the street is not lit, you should turn on the parking lights.
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0045. Define “built dividing area”:

  • A separation area which divides the road lengthwise by means of an elevated structure above the road way
  • The area along a roadway, in which road users can stop, park their vehicles or stand in for refreshment
  • Any area that is marked on the road on which it is forbidden to drive
  • Any part of the road (pavement, hard shoulder, traffic island) which is elevated above the road way.
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0046. What is a “safety seat”:

  • A seat meeting specified standards installed on two-wheelers and designed for transporting children.
  • A seat, meeting specified standards, secured to the vehicle with a safety belt and used for transporting children with independent belts.
  • Any seat that is adjusted for driving children and elderly people and meets the standard which was set by the Ministry of Environmental Protection
  • A seat which is installed inside a vehicle during its manufacture-stage and is adjusted for driving children with a maximum age of 14 years

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0047. What is a “booster seat”?

  • A seat that is designed for transporting small children, restrained by the safety belt of the vehicle.
  • A standard seat that is designed for transporting children until 18 years of age
  • A seat that is designed for a driver whose height is less than 160 cm and whose age is more than 18 years
  • A seat that is designed for transporting children on bicycles only while the children are restrained by a safety belt.
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