Overtaking, passing, reversing
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Question № 11
Are you allowed under normal air transparency to turn off the external lights, if you stay longer than 1 minute among other trams in a traffic jam?
Question № 12
When driving a tram, are you obliged to provide passage for the vehicle emitting light signals in the form of blue flashlights but not emitting sound signals?
Question № 13
When driving a tram, are you allowed to use the rear fog lights where reduced air transparency limits visibility below 50 m?
Question № 14
When driving a tram, are you allowed to use the high beam lights on an unlit road if you do not blind other drivers?
Question № 15
When driving a tram, are you allowed in this situation to turn on the low beam lights?
Question № 16
When driving a tram during a stop resulting from the traffic conditions, under reduced air transparency, can you use the front fog lights?
Question № 17
During a tram stop resulting from road traffic conditions, are you allowed to turn on the emergency lights?
Question № 18
When driving a tram from dawn to dusk in normal air transparency, are you allowed to use daytime running lights instead of low beam lights?
Question № 19
When driving a tram from dusk to down on an unlit road in a built-up area, are you allowed to use the high beam lights?
Question № 20
When driving a tram with the high beam lights turned on, should you switch to low beam lights upon approaching a single pedestrian?
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