Exam Questions
Exam Questions

Risk factors related to different road conditions, in particular, the change of these conditions depending on the weather and time of day or night, the characteristics of different road types and the related applicable requirements

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Question № 11

Id: 4362
points: 3

While driving a car in the rain the risk of skidding is:

    the highest in the initial stage of the rain.
    the lowest in the initial stage of the rain.
    the highest in the final stage of the rain.

Question № 12

Id: 4534
points: 3

Which of the following actions should you take while driving a passenger car on the road covered with snow?

    Avoid sudden movements of the driving wheel.
    Disconnect the traction control system.
    Speed up on uphill roads.

Question № 13

Id: 6353
points: 3

What can you expect when driving onto a bridge marked with this sign?

    Fallen snow and snow banks.
    Heavy snowfall.
    Frosted road or black ice, even if they do not occur on other sections of the road.

Question № 14

Id: 6354
points: 3

What should you expect if you turn at an intersection covered with ice?

    That traction will be the same, if you drive within the permitted speed limit.
    That traction will be worse, making it difficult for you to turn.
    That traction will be the same, if the car is equipped with an anti-lock braking system (ABS).

Question № 15

Id: 6355
points: 3

What can you expect on a road marked this way?

    That there is a collision-free passage for wild animals underneath the road.
    That wild animals may be running across the road.
    That animals may be herded across the road.

Question № 16

Id: 6356
points: 3

How can you maintain a proper course when driving on an express road in thick fog?

    By following road markings designating the lanes.
    By watching out for traffic signs.
    By following satellite navigation instructions.

Question № 17

Id: 6357
points: 3

How should you react if you enter a section of the road covered with puddles?

    Slowly speed up.
    Reduce speed, because you can expect skidding.
    Turn on emergency lights.

Question № 18

Id: 6358
points: 3

If, at night, you pass another car lighting the road with its lights, can this stop you from noticing any obstacles on the road?

    Yes, because there is a possibility of being temporarily blinded by the lights.
    No, the lights of the car coming from the opposite direction always improve visibility on the road.
    No, this does not affect the visibility on the road.

Question № 19

Id: 6359
points: 3

When can you use rear anti-fog lights while driving?

    When visibility in heavy rain is limited to 60 m.
    When visibility in thick fog is limited to 100 m.
    When visibility during snowfall is limited to 40 m.

Question № 20

Id: 6360
points: 3

Should you be more alert when you're driving at night?

    Yes, because visibility at night is limited.
    No, because there is less traffic on the road at night.
    No, because at night one can turn on high-beam lights.

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