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Safety factors relating to the vehicle, load and passengers

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Question № 11

Id: 2025
points: 2

What is the purpose of using the ASR system in a passenger car?

    Preventing skidding while engine braking.
    Preventing blocking of the braked wheels.
    Preventing skidding while moving off.

Question № 12

Id: 2026
points: 2

What is the purpose of using the ESP system in a passenger car?

    Preventing skidding of the wheels while engine braking.
    Preventing blocking of the braked wheels.
    Stabilizing the movement of the vehicle when driving along the curve.

Question № 13

Id: 3353
points: 2

What is forbidden when driving a passenger car?

    Carrying intoxicated persons.
    Using a phone which requires holding a mouthpiece in a hand.
    Using cruise control in a built-up area.

Question № 14

Id: 3781
points: 2

Are you allowed to replace a halogen bulb in any headlight with a xenon lamp?

    Yes, in emergency situations.
    No, because it may lead to dazzling other drivers.
    Yes, if the cap of the light fits in the lampholder in the headlight.

Question № 15

Id: 3783
points: 2

Which of the following actions is allowed when driving a passenger car?

    Using navigation.
    Unfastening the seatbelt.
    Using a phone which requires holding it in hand.

Question № 16

Id: 4375
points: 2

In what way are you allowed to carry bicycles on a passenger car?

    Placed in holders at the rear of the car and limiting the legibility of the registration plate.
    Placed in holders at the rear of the car and covering one side light of the car.
    Placed in holders fixed on the roof rack.

Question № 17

Id: 4495
points: 2

What is the purpose of using the ABS system in a passenger car?

    Preventing losing stability and ensuring steerability of the vehicle while braking.
    Preventing skidding - regardless of its speed and road conditions.
    Facilitating negotiating the bends.

Question № 18

Id: 6386
points: 2

How many persons, including yourself, can you transport when you drive a passenger car?

    As many persons as the number of seats specified on the registration card plus one child aged up to 3.
    As many persons as the number of seats specified on the registration card plus one child aged up to 7.
    As many persons as the number of seats specified on the registration card.

Question № 19

Id: 6387
points: 2

Which of the following documents specifies the permitted number of persons transported in the car?

    The registration card.
    The driving licence.
    A document confirming the valid obligatory third party civil liability insurance.

Question № 20

Id: 6388
points: 2

Who is obliged to use seat belts?

    Only the driver and a passenger sitting in the front seat.
    The driver and the passenger - always in the front seat - and in the back seat when the car goes outside a built-up area.
    The driver and all the passengers.

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