1. IF YOU NOTICE THE DRIVER BEHIND INTENDS TO OVERTAKE YOU, YOU SHOULD... Keep to the right side of the road. Slow down to make his/her maneuver easier. Flick on your indicator to indicate he/she can overtake. 2. YOU ARE DRIVING AT 60 KILOMETRES PER HOUR AND INCREASE YOUR SPEED TO 120. DOES THE BRAKING DISTANCE DOUBLE? Yes, both increase at the same pace No, the braking distance increases more 3. ON A STRETCH OF ROAD WITH INSUFFICIENT LIGHT, YOU SHOULD DRIVE... Using the position light, dipped headlights or short-range light. Using the long-range or highway light. Using solely the position light. 4. ON THIS ROAD, THE MAXIMUM SPEED ALLOWED FOR A CAR IS... 80 kilometres per hour. 90 kilometres per hour. 100 kilometres per hour. 5. TIREDNESS AFFECTS THE DRIVER’S PERFORMANCE. HOW CAN YOU AVOID IT? With a stroll or a nap, if necessary, to rest. By taking stimulant medication. Drinking a stimulating alcoholic drink. 6. YOU WITNESS AN ACCIDENT. ARE YOU COMPELLED TO HELP OR ASK FOR HELP? No, because i am not involved in the accident. Only if my help is required. Yes. i must also help to avoid additional damage or danger. 7. DOES VEHICLE SPEED AFFECT FUEL CONSUMPTION? Not when driving within authorized limits. No, as both are unrelated. Yes, because speed increases air resistance around the vehicle. 8. THE DRIVER OF THE GREEN VEHICLE WANTS TO GO STRAIGHT AHEAD ON THE JUNCTION. CAN HE DO IT? Yes, but he must move to the right lane. Yes, but he must obey the signs. No, the road signs do not allow it. 9. IS IT COMPULSORY TO CARRY THE HIGH VISIBILITY WAISTCOAT IN YOUR CAR? It is not compulsory, but it is a good security measure. Yes, and in a place where you can reach it without leaving the vehicle. Yes, but it will suffice to store it in the car boot. 10. SHOULD YOU ADJUST THE INTERIOR REAR-VIEW MIRROR WHILE DRIVING? No, it must be done when the vehicle is stationary and on flat, horizontal ground. Yes, as long as the vehicle is moving slowly. Yes, because it should be adjusted for proper vision. 11. WHERE SHOULD THE BLUE VEHICLE STOP TO GIVE WAY TO THE VEHICLES AT THE T-JUNCTION? Before the zebra crossing. Without crossing the horizontal sign Without crossing the discontinuous transverse line. 12. DURING HEAVY RAIN, WHEN IS THERE A RISK OF AQUAPLANING? Only when driving with worn-out tires. Only when the vehicle is heavily loaded. Above all, if driving at high speed, even with good tyres. 13. WHEN ENTERING A ROUNDABOUT, YOU MUST... Pass before the vehicle coming from the left. Stop to watch the traffic. Give way to the vehicle already on the roundabout. 14. WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF THE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, EVEN IN SMALL QUANTITIES? It improves driving abilities. It delays reaction time and reduces perception of one’s surroundings. Risks are more clearly perceived. 15. ACCIDENTS WITH HIGHEST TOLL OF VICTIMS ARE: Pedestrians being run-over. Frontal collisions between vehicles. Rear-end crashes. 16. THE BLUE VEHICLE IS GOING TO OVERTAKE. IS THIS MANOEUVRE PERMITTED? Yes, because the yellow vehicle has not yet moved out. No, it must wait and see if the yellow vehicle moves out and overtakes. No, because two vehicles may not be overtaken in a row. 17. THE VEHICLE WINDOWS ARE COVERED WITH ICE. BEFORE DRIVING, WHAT SHOULD YOU DO? Only clean rear windshield. Only clean windshield. Clean all windows. 18. IF YOUR VEHICLE IS HEAVILY LOADED, YOU MUST CONSIDER... That the fuel consumption of the vehicle will decrease. Acceleration will be less and braking distances more. Vehicle stopping distance will be less. 19. IN GENERAL, DRIVERS MUST... Wait to see what other users do. Anticipate the intentions and movements of other users. Signal manoeuvres when making them. 20. THE WHITE VEHICLE SLOWS DOWN BECAUSE THE BLACK CAR OVERTAKING IS IN DANGER. IS THIS CORRECT? Yes, in order to allow the black vehicle to return to the right-hand lane as soon as possible. No, the white vehicle must not vary its speed. 21. IF THE TRAJECTORY OF THE VEHICLES COINCIDES, WHICH ONE HAS PRIORITY? The black vehicle. The blue vehicle. The orange vehicle. 22. A WAY TO SAVE FUEL IN YOUR VEHICLE IS... To stop the engine when stopping for long periods, such as traffic jams, etc. To use the most inferior octane gasoline set by the manufacturer. To cut the engine of the vehicle when going down a slope. 23. WHEN THE TYRES WEAR DOWN MORE IN THE CENTRE THAN AT THE SIDES, THE PUMP PRESSURE IS... Correct Lower than necessary. More than necessary. 24. YOU CELL PHONE DOES NOT HAVE HANDS-FREE SET, CAN YOU USE IT WHEN STOPPING AT A TRAFFIC LIGHT? Yes, because the vehicle is stationary. Only if i am on an urban road. No. 25. IN THIS SITUATION, DO ANIMALS HAVE THE RIGHT OF WAY? No, animals on the road never have the right of way. Yes. Yes, because they are already crossing the road. 26. WITH SHORT AND FREQUENT WHISTLING, THE OFFICER ORDERS YOU TO... Resume driving. Stop. Pull over to the right, outside the road. 27. IS THE CAR CORRECTLY OVERTAKING THE MOTORCYCLE? No, because it invades the opposite lane. No, because there are more than 1.50 m. distance and it has to occupy the opposite lane. Yes, because there is a proper distance and it occupies the opposite lane. 28. CAN YOU DRIVE ON ROAD MARKINGS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD? Yes, because they are discontinuous. Yes, because it is a straight stretch of road and therefore safe. No. 29. AT THIS JUNCTION WITHOUT A RIGHT OF WAY SIGN, SHOULD YOU GIVE WAY TO THE CYCLISTS? Yes, but only to the first two. Yes, to all of them. No, because they are not cars. 30. FROM THE SIGN ONWARDS, ALL REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO WHAT WILL APPLY? Urban area. Non-urban area. Traffic on a conventional highway.