General rules determining the behavior of the driver in the event of a breakdown or accident, providing first aid
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Question № 41
If you're involved in an accident on a motorway, do you have to signal the fact that your car is immobilized by turning on the emergency lights?
Question № 42
In the situation that you see here, while you park a broken-down car on the road outside a built-up area, are you obliged to place a warning triangle behind it at a distance of 150 m?
Question № 43
If you park a broken-down car outside a built-up area, are you obliged to place a warning triangle immediately behind the car or on it?
Question № 44
While parking a broken-down car on a paved road outside a built-up area, do you have to leave the low-beam lights on?
Question № 45
In the presented situation, are you obliged to signal the fact that you have parked a broken-down car on a road which is not an express road, if the car may be seen from a sufficient distance?
Question № 46
Should you signal the fact of parking a broken-down car on an area excluded from driving?
Question № 47
In cases of breakdown, must you immediately remove the vehicle from the crossing and if this is not possible, should you warn the engine driver of the rail vehicle?
Question № 48
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In the event of immobilization of the car due to a technical problem on a railway crossing, do you have to immediately move the car from the railway crossing?
Question № 49
If you're involved in a car accident, are you obliged to provide the details of the car owner at the request of another person involved in such accident?
Question № 50
If you're involved in a car accident, are you obliged to provide the details concerning motor third-party liability insurance at the request of another person involved in the accident?
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