Exam Questions
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Driving technique

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Question № 11

Id: 4090
points: 2

What effect could be caused by an electrical arc formed when passing through the isolator with an enabled drive?

    A drop in the battery voltage.
    Damage to the pantograph (current collector).
    Damage to the lightning conductor.

Question № 12

Id: 4091
points: 2

When is a tram driver required to adapt the speed to the prevailing conditions of the road?

    This is no such obligation.
    Only in the areas of pedestrian crossings.

Question № 13

Id: 4094
points: 2

What should a tram driver do after setting the tram in motion?

    Repeatedly switch on the drive, until reaching the desired speed.
    Speed up the tram to the desired speed, and drive as long as possible on the freewheel.
    Release the dead man's switch.

Question № 14

Id: 4096
points: 2

How should a tram driver pass through the section isolator placed on the overhead line?

    Always in start-up, otherwise the tram will stop under the isolator due to lack of electricity.
    Coasting or braking.
    Always on braking, because then the tram via the isolator gives power to the overhead line.

Question № 15

Id: 4097
points: 2

What does pressing the dead man's switch during a tram stop result in?

    Falling of the rail brakes.
    It enables start-up of the tram.
    It turns on the tram's lights.

Question № 16

Id: 4141
points: 2

When can a tram driver increase the speed negotiating a curve of the road?

    At the entrance of the curve.
    When the last carriage leaves the curve.
    When the first carriage exits the curve.

Question № 17

Id: 4553
points: 2

What does the proper technique of driving a tram consist of?

    Starting-up as long as possible, coasting as short as possible and gentle braking.
    A gentle start-up, coasting as long as possible and sudden braking.
    A gentle start-up, coasting as long as possible and gentle braking.

Question № 18

Id: 7080
points: 2

Can you drive through the section isolator with the drive pedal depressed (acceleration)?

    Yes, but with limited speed.
    No, because this may cause damage to the overhead line and the pantograph.
    Yes, exercising particular caution.

Question № 19

Id: 7081
points: 2

Which railroad switch is responsible when driving on/under the switch points?

    Only the spring switch.
    The right-handed facing switch.
    The left-handed trailing switch.

Question № 20

Id: 7082
points: 2

What should be taken into consideration when passing through the tram frog?

    The number of passengers in the tram
    The shallow grooves.
    The speed of the preceeding and following tram.

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