The lights on a vehicle have different functions and are an important part of road safety. The lights of your vehicle improve visibility at night. They also ensure that other road users can better see the presence, position, size and direction of your vehicle.
There are various symbols/lights on the dashboard of your vehicle, they give information or warn about the condition of your vehicle.
The dipped beam is used to illuminate the road without dazzling other road users, they illuminate the road to about 30 meters. The red tail lights also illuminate when the dipped beam is switched on. The low beam is the standard lighting that you have to use when it gets dark.
The high beam is used to illuminate the road so that you can see further, it provides a clear view to about 100 meters. Because the high beam emits a very bright light, it can blind other road users. You may not use the driving beam if you drive behind another road user or when approaching an oncoming vehicle.
The fog light may be used in bad weather conditions such as heavy rain, fog, or snow. The fog light can dazzle other road users, so use it only in bad weather. Not all cars are equipped with fog lights, so they are not required to use.
The turn signals are flashing lights on the left and right front and rear of the vehicle. Sometimes also on the sides or on the side mirrors of a vehicle. They are used to indicate the direction to other road users when turning or changing lanes.
With most vehicles you can blink the four direction indicators simultaneously. These are the warning lights, they may only be used to warn other road users of a hazard.
This symbol is used to indicate the preheating.
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Great test. Please correct the scoring for rear fog lights. The correct answer was marked as wrong. Thank you very much for this service.
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Good test of knowladge. It would be better if some questions related to a priority, with situations on the cross-roads, were included
I am trying to find a free online driving simulator to have practice with the safety signs.
You are not going to find it.
Driving on an M class road in Ukraine, is it legal to remain in the overtaking lane (left or outer lane) of a dual carriageway? Is it not required to return to the inner lane (right hand lane) on a Motorway or M class road where there are two lanes in each direction and a median between these?
Hi iam here Slovakia for holiday am living in United Kingdom but I driving to Slovakia for holiday also have blue badge park on the shop ledl police come to me he say no parking because my car have to be registered to my blue badge uk not registered you you car to you blue badge also have the police # in case to go to my embassy in complain
why are there so many private vehicles on our roads today that are using red and blue blinker lights installed on the windshields and or grille? isn't it only for gov't, police,ambulance and the like, used? There are so many unrully users, owners of vehicles who use those lights just to intimidate other law abiding road users. Can't the gov't do something about this matter? ASAP!
The laws of driving , and enforcement of such laws should be enforced always. Being lack all is doing is killing innocent folks. Poor excuse for corruptions in Panama officials. Double standards does not work. If they can drink , and drive they can pay the price to the piper.
Please add to the "Priority Rules" who has the right-of-way at an intersection and also at traffic circles.
There's no such thing as main road priority anymore. There is only a hierarchy of country roads, but it pretty much doesn't apply to roads within city limits.
the questions are well selected. keep it up is very helpful
they're all just signs though
please tell me a young man from Romania can get a Romania driver licensed while living in the UK and not doing take official theory exam and then the drive exam in Romania he has now got the license and is driving in the UK