Exam Questions
Exam Questions

Risk factors related to various road conditions, in particular, changes in these conditions depending on the weather and the time of day or night

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Question № 1

Id: 2649
points: 3

Which of these atmospheric factors reduces the possibility of skidding?

    Black ice
    Drizzle
    Hail fall.

Question № 2

Id: 3983
points: 3

You are driving a tram. How should you react when weather conditions deteriorate, e.g. snowfall or leaves falling.

    I should reduce the speed, adjusting it to the prevailing conditions.
    I should drive at a speed close to the maximum so that the travel time is consistent with the time specified in the timetable.
    I should not pay attention to it, because weather conditions do not affect the tram drive.

Question № 3

Id: 4079
points: 3

How should you behave when driving a tram during lightning storms and you are concerned about lightning strikes?

    Stop the tram, lower the pantograph and let the passengers out.
    Continue driving, the inside of the tram is safe.
    Stop the tram, lower the pantograph and do not let the passengers out.

Question № 4

Id: 4124
points: 3

You are driving a tram. What should you do when approaching a puddle located on the trackway?

    Drive through with the greatest possible speed.
    Drive through with the least possible speed.
    Stop the tram before each puddle.

Question № 5

Id: 4125
points: 3

What effect does residual material on the tracks originating from wet leaves induce?

    It reduces the possibility of skidding.
    It has no effect on the possibility skidding?
    It increases the possibility of skidding.

Question № 6

Id: 4126
points: 3

How does the presence of leaves in the trackway affect the behaviour of the tram.

    It has no effect on grip.
    It reduces grip.
    It increases grip.

Question № 7

Id: 4127
points: 3

What effect does the initial phase of the rainfall have on the condition of the trackway?

    It results in an improved grip between the wheels and rails.
    It poses a threat to skidding during start-up and braking.
    It has no impact on the tram's drive.

Question № 8

Id: 4128
points: 3

When does rainfall have the greatest impact on the start-up and braking of the tram?

    In the initial phase.
    When a prolonged rainfall turns into a drizzle.
    In the final phase.

Question № 9

Id: 4129
points: 3

What increases the risk of a tram skidding?

    Heating up of the rails by the sun.
    The effect of sand and dust covering the rails.
    Wet leaves covering the trackway.

Question № 10

Id: 4130
points: 3

In which season of the year are the conditions most difficult to drive a tram?

    Spring.
    Winter.
    Autumn.

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