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Different fields of view of drivers

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Question № 1

Id: 4364
points: 2

What is the influence of the speed of driving on the field of view of a passenger car driver?

    When the speed increases the field of view narrows down.
    When the speed increases the field of view expands.
    It has no influence.

Question № 2

Id: 4367
points: 2

Which of the following factors may restrict the field of view of a passenger car's driver?

    Using air conditioning during the rain.
    Internal mirror.
    Blinding lights of other oncoming vehicles.

Question № 3

Id: 4368
points: 2

Which of the following factors may restrict the field of view of a passenger car's driver at night?

    Decreased speed.
    Damaged ABS.
    Improperly adjusted lights.

Question № 4

Id: 4369
points: 2

Which of the following factors may restrict the field of view of a passenger car's driver?

    Blinking his eyes during a brake in driving.
    15 minutes of rest after two hours of driving.
    Driving when being intoxicated.

Question № 5

Id: 4370
points: 2

Which of the following factors may restrict the field of view of a passenger car's driver?

    The driver's seat mounted too low.
    15 minutes of rest after two hours of driving.
    Sunglasses used on a sunny day.

Question № 6

Id: 4371
points: 2

What is the influence of the speed of driving on the angle of view of a passenger car's driver?

    The higher the speed the larger the angle of view.
    The higher the speed the smaller the angle of view.
    It has no influence.

Question № 7

Id: 6365
points: 2

What should you pay special attention to while reversing the car?

    Any objects which are around and which are approaching the car.
    That you firmly keep your hand on the gear stick.
    The positioning of the steering wheel in order to determine the driving trajectory.

Question № 8

Id: 6366
points: 2

In what way should you observe your surroundings while driving on a motorway?

    Look only in front of you.
    Pay the same amount of attention to observing the road in front of and behind the vehicle.
    Look to the front and from time to time monitor the road behind the vehicle using the side mirrors.

Question № 9

Id: 6367
points: 2

When can you return to the right lane after you complete the overtaking manoeuvre on a one-way road with two lanes?

    Immediately after you can see the edge of the overtaken car in your external mirror.
    Immediately after you can see the lights of the overtaken car in the external mirror.
    After you've made sure that this will not force the driver of the overtaken car to brake or change its trajectory of driving.

Question № 10

Id: 6368
points: 2

What position behind the wheel will help to reduce the effect of the so-called blind spot in the mirrors which occurs when you watch the road?

    Static - sitting in a stiff position, without moving your body or head.
    Dynamic - bending your body and head away from the seat, as required by the circumstances.
    Any position - as long as it guarantees comfort of driving.

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