Exam Questions
Exam Questions

Clearances and vehicle braking

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Question № 1

Id: 3625
points: 3

What distance should you keep while passing another vehicle in a passenger car?

    Safe, but not shorter than 1.5 metres.
    Safe, dependent on the width of the road and traffic conditions.
    Safe, that is always the same.

Question № 2

Id: 3626
points: 3

During which of the following manoeuvres are you obliged to keep a distance not less than 1 metres from the vehicle?

    Passing the passenger car.
    Overtaking the bicycle.
    Passing whichever vehicle.

Question № 3

Id: 3627
points: 3

What distance should you keep when passing a stationary obstacle on the road in a passenger car?

    Safe, but not less than 0.8 metres.
    Safe, so always the same.
    Safe, depending on the width of the road and traffic conditions.

Question № 4

Id: 3628
points: 3

What distance should you keep when overtaking a passenger car?

    Safe, dependent on the width of the road and traffic conditions.
    Safe but longer than 1.5 metres.
    Safe but shorter than 0.5 metres.

Question № 5

Id: 3629
points: 3

What distance should you keep when overtaking a motorcycle?

    Safe but not longer than 0.5 metres.
    Safe but not longer than 1 metre.
    Safe but not shorter than 1 metre.

Question № 6

Id: 3630
points: 3

What distance should you keep while overtaking a group of pedestrians?

    Safe but not shorter than 0.6 metres.
    Safe but not shorter than 0.8 metres.
    Safe but not shorter than 1 metre.

Question № 7

Id: 3634
points: 3

In what way does doubling of the speed of a passenger car influence the braking distance?

    It doubles the braking distance.
    It quadruples the braking distance.
    It has no influence on the braking distance.

Question № 8

Id: 3650
points: 3

What distance from the preceding vehicle should you keep when driving a passenger car outside the built-up area in a tunnel 600 metres long?

    Not shorter than 50 metres.
    Not shorter than 40 metres.
    Not shorter than 30 metres.

Question № 9

Id: 3651
points: 3

Which of the following factors has direct influence on the stopping distance of the passenger car?

    The driver's reaction time.
    The weight of the passengers.
    The weight of the vehicle.

Question № 10

Id: 3652
points: 3

Which of the following factors has direct influence on the stopping distance of the passenger car?

    The weight of the passenger.
    The speed and the condition of the road surface.
    The weight of the vehicle.

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