Ticket number 1 – traffic regulations exam online

Examination of traffic rules 2018. Ticket number 1 

TICKET No. 1 Categories “A”, “B”, “M” and subcategories “A1”, “B1”
Question 1. In what case will the driver make an emergency stop?
1. Stopping right in front of a pedestrian crossing to give way to a pedestrian.
2. Stopping on the roadway due to a technical malfunction of the vehicle.
3. In both of these cases.
Question 2. Are you allowed to exit onto a dirt road?

1. Allowed.
2. Allowed only in case of technical malfunction of the vehicle.
3. Forbidden.
Question 3. Can you stop at the indicated place for boarding the passenger?

1. It is possible.
2. It is possible if you drive a taxi.
3. It is impossible.
Question 4. Which of the following signs prohibit the movement of mopeds?

1. Only A.
2. Only B.
3. B and G.
4. That’s it.
Question 5. You intend to turn left. Where should I stop to give way to a car?

1. Before the sign.
2. Before the intersection at the marking line.
3. At the intersection in front of a dashed line.
4. Anywhere at the discretion of the driver.
Question 6. What does blinking green traffic light mean?
1. Warns of a traffic light malfunction.
2. Permits movement and informs that a prohibitory signal will be turned on soon.
3. Prohibits further movement.
Question 7. The driver must give signals with light direction indicators (by hand):
1. Before you start moving or rebuilding.
2. Before turning or turning.
3. Before stopping.
4. In all these cases.
Question 8. What should you do when turning right?

1. Change to the right lane, then make a turn.
2. Continue on the second lane to the intersection, then turn.
3. Both options are possible.
Question 9. On what path are you allowed to make a U-turn?

1. Only by A.
2. Only for B.
3. For any of the specified.
Question 10. At what speed can you continue driving outside the village along the left lane in a passenger car?

1. No more than 50 km / h.
2. At least 50 km / h and not more than 70 km / h.
3. At least 50 km / h and no more than 90 km / h.
Question 11. Is it possible for a car driver to get ahead of trucks outside a settlement along such a path?

1. It is possible.
2. It is possible if the speed of trucks is less than 30 km / h.
3. It is impossible.
Question 12. In what case is the driver allowed to park the car in the indicated place?

1. Only if the distance to the solid marking line is at least 3 m.
2. Only if the distance to the edge of the intersected roadway is at least 5 m.
3. Subject to both of these conditions.
Question 13 . When turning right, you must give way:

1. Only to the cyclist.
2. Only for pedestrians.
3. Pedestrians and cyclists.
4. No one.
Question 14. Do you intend to pass the intersection in the forward direction. To whom should you give way?

1. Both trams.
2. Only tram A.
3. Only tram B.
4. No one.
Question 15. To whom are you obliged to give way when turning left?

1. Only to the bus.
2. Only for a passenger car.
3. To no one.
Question 16. With what maximum speed can I continue to move behind the sign?

1. 60 km / h.
2. 50 km / h.
3. 30 km / h.
4. 20 km / h.
Question 17. For transporting people on a motorcycle, the driver must have a driver’s license for the right to drive vehicles:
1. Categories “A” or subcategories “A1”.
2. Any category or subcategory for two or more years.
3. Only category “A” or subcategory “A1” for two or more years.
Question 18. What malfunction is allowed to operate the vehicle?
1. Fuel tank plugs do not work.
2. The driver’s seat adjustment mechanism does not work.
3. The heating and blowing devices do not work.
4. The window does not work.
Question 19. In the case when the right wheels of a car run into a loose wet roadside, it is recommended:
1. Slow down and stop completely.
2. Brake and smoothly steer the car onto the roadway.
3. Without resorting to braking, smoothly direct the car to the roadway.
Question 20. What is meant by the reaction time of the driver?
1. The time from the moment the driver detects a hazard until the vehicle stops completely.
2. The time from the moment the driver detects the hazard until the start of measures to avoid it.
3. The time required to transfer the foot from the fuel pedal to the brake pedal.

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