Exam Questions
Exam Questions

Clearances and vehicle braking

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Question № 1

Id: 290
points: 3

What should be the safe following distance between columns of lorries?

    Not less than 800 metres.
    Not less than 500 metres.
    Not less than 200 metres.

Question № 2

Id: 293
points: 3

You are driving a lorry. Which of the following factors should you take into account to keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front?

    Speed of the vehicles.
    Power of the engine.
    Width of the vehicles.

Question № 3

Id: 6773
points: 3

Which of the following factors significantly determines the emergency braking distnce of a truck?

    The traction control system, if the truck is so equipped.
    Type of surface on which the vehicle is travelling.
    The driver's reaction time.

Question № 4

Id: 6774
points: 3

What should the distance of a truck from the vehicle preceding it depend on?

    The prevailing conditions and the possible reaction time of the driver.
    Only on the prevailing weather conditions.
    Only on the type of the surface of the road.

Question № 5

Id: 6775
points: 3

By approximately how much does the braking distance of a truck increase if the speed doubles?

    Twice.
    Three times.
    Four times.

Question № 6

Id: 6776
points: 3

What is the main factor determining the grip of a truck's tyres on a dry road?

    Type of road surface.
    Engine power.
    Performance of the steering system.

Question № 7

Id: 7200
points: 3

What distance should you keep from the car travelling in front of you?

    It solely depends on your skills and experience.
    The distance necessary to avoid a crash in the event that the car in front of you brakes or stops.
    A distance equal to at least twice the length of your car, regardless of the speed and conditions on the road.

Question № 8

Id: 7201
points: 3

What should you pay most attention to when passing another vehicle?

    To proper positioning of your hands on the steering wheel.
    To the cars behind you.
    To keeping a safe distance.

Question № 9

Id: 7202
points: 3

What can you expect during sudden braking in these road conditions?

    Increased traction of the wheels to the road.
    Increased friction.
    Decreased traction of the wheels to the road.

Question № 10

Id: 7227
points: 3

When driving a lorry what distance are you obliged to keep while overtaking another lorry?

    Safe.
    At least 1 metre.
    At least 2 metres.

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