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0 [{"id":524533,"quiz_id":"26555","answer_id":null,"answerType_id":"0","created_at":"2018-08-12 17:28:24","updated_at":"2018-08-13 15:58:02","questionName":"When may you drive with sidelights only?\r\n","questionTimeSeconds":"0","questionTimeMinutes":"1","questionImagePath":null,"position":18,"explanation":"When using a front fog light you may switch your dipped beam headlight off and then just drive with the front fog light lit together with the lit front sidelight, the rear sidelight and the rear registration plate lighting. Case in point: in dull daytime weather, i.e. poor visibility, it is not sufficient to drive with sidelights only; you must also use the dipped beam headlight, to ensure that you can be seen; this also applies inside the built-up area at night. Note that you cannot switch on the dipped beam headlight without having the sidelights on; when you turn the dipped beam headlight on the front and rear sidelights and the rear registration plate lighting will come on automatically.\r\n","question_score_id":null,"lang":"","questionAudioPath":null},{"id":524539,"quiz_id":"26555","answer_id":null,"answerType_id":"0","created_at":"2018-08-12 17:34:02","updated_at":"2018-08-13 15:58:02","questionName":"Is use of the main beam headlight(s) sometimes permitted, when driving inside the built-up area?\r\n","questionTimeSeconds":"0","questionTimeMinutes":"1","questionImagePath":null,"position":22,"explanation":"Yes, but only at night may you use a main beam headlight(s) inside or outside the built-up area if, due to the speed at which you are driving, your range of vision is insufficient. Case in point: if you cannot use your main beam headlight(s) because of the danger of blinding oncoming road users or the drivers of preceding vehicles, then you will have to adjust your speed downwards to regain enough road vision ahead.\r\n","question_score_id":null,"lang":"","questionAudioPath":null},{"id":524538,"quiz_id":"26555","answer_id":null,"answerType_id":"0","created_at":"2018-08-12 17:32:52","updated_at":"2018-08-13 15:58:02","questionName":"You are driving in dense fog. Are you allowed to use your rear fog light?\r\n","questionTimeSeconds":"0","questionTimeMinutes":"1","questionImagePath":null,"position":21,"explanation":"Dense fog means that your level of visibility varies between 50 and 200 meters;m a rear fog light is only allowed when visibility drops to under 50 meters in conditions of heavy snow fall or very dense fog. Case in point: you may not use a rear fog in rainy weather conditions. Not even when it rains heavily! Due to reflection, the glaring red lights will be intensified to such an extent that they will DAZZLE the traffic behind you. This also applies to foggy conditions where visibility is more than 50 meters.\r\n","question_score_id":null,"lang":"","questionAudioPath":null},{"id":524527,"quiz_id":"26555","answer_id":null,"answerType_id":"0","created_at":"2018-08-12 17:13:58","updated_at":"2018-08-13 15:58:02","questionName":"What does this warning light on your front panel indicate?\r\n","questionTimeSeconds":"0","questionTimeMinutes":"1","questionImagePath":"uploads\/lighting-and-signals\/Screen Shot 2018-08-12 at 19.13.39.png","position":15,"explanation":"This warning light indicates that the battery is not being charged; this means that the battery is not being charged by the alternator at this moment, but is being used without a charge. When turning the ignition on this light will come on, but after having started the engine it should disappear. Case in point: the charging system, or battery, warning light, is one of the most critical warning lights on any vehicle. Whenever this light goes on, it means that the vehicle is running solely on battery power and will only be able to drive a very limited distance before it runs out of electrical power and dies.\r\n","question_score_id":null,"lang":"","questionAudioPath":null},{"id":524531,"quiz_id":"26555","answer_id":null,"answerType_id":"0","created_at":"2018-08-12 17:24:22","updated_at":"2018-08-13 15:58:02","questionName":"You are riding with your main beam headlight lit. In which situation is it more important to dip your headlight sooner?\r\n","questionTimeSeconds":"0","questionTimeMinutes":"1","questionImagePath":"uploads\/lighting-and-signals\/Screen Shot 2018-08-12 at 19.24.16.png","position":17,"explanation":"When you are riding with your main beam headlight lit, it is more important to dip your headlight in situation 2. When driving on right-hand bends, you should dip your headlight sooner because your light will \u2018cut across\u2019 anyone coming towards you. On left-hand bends, this is less likely to happen so you won\u2019t need to dip your headlight quite so soon. Case in point: also remember that you must dip the main beam headlight when meeting oncoming road users, including pedestrians, or when closely following another vehicle, including pedal cyclists and moped riders. The blue warning light on the front dashboard panel will light up when you are using your main beam headlight. This is also referred to as your full beam or undipped headlight.\r\n","question_score_id":null,"lang":"","questionAudioPath":null},{"id":524536,"quiz_id":"26555","answer_id":null,"answerType_id":"0","created_at":"2018-08-12 17:29:38","updated_at":"2018-08-13 15:58:02","questionName":"It's has been snowing lightly and your rear fog light is lit. What applies here?\r\n","questionTimeSeconds":"0","questionTimeMinutes":"1","questionImagePath":null,"position":20,"explanation":"You may not ride with a lit rear fog light when it's (been) snowing lightly. You are only allowed to use one or two rear fog lights when your visibility has seriously been reduced to under 50 meters due to very dense fog or heavy snowfall. Case in point: note that you are not allowed to use your rear fog lights when it rains. This is due to reflection, the glaring red lights will be intensified to such an extent that they will dazzle\/blind following drivers.\r\n","question_score_id":null,"lang":"","questionAudioPath":null},{"id":524541,"quiz_id":"26555","answer_id":null,"answerType_id":"0","created_at":"2018-08-12 17:37:51","updated_at":"2018-08-13 15:58:02","questionName":"Which warning light relates to maximising your zone of vision? (Answer with one figure only, like: 2)\r\n","questionTimeSeconds":"0","questionTimeMinutes":"1","questionImagePath":"uploads\/lighting-and-signals\/Screen Shot 2018-08-12 at 19.37.28.png","position":23,"explanation":"Only warning light number 3 relates to maximising your zone of vision. This light comes on when you switch on your front fog lights; by their broad beam these light will widen your zone (horizontal) of vision, immediately in front of your vehicle. Case in point: number relates to your main beam headlights, 2 to your dipped beam headlights and 4 to your sidelights, rear lights and registration plate lighting.\r\n","question_score_id":null,"lang":"","questionAudioPath":null},{"id":524528,"quiz_id":"26555","answer_id":null,"answerType_id":"0","created_at":"2018-08-12 17:14:56","updated_at":"2018-08-13 15:58:02","questionName":"Under foggy conditions, when at the earliest are you allowed to use the front fog lights?\r\n","questionTimeSeconds":"0","questionTimeMinutes":"1","questionImagePath":null,"position":16,"explanation":"Front fog lights are only allowed when visibility drops to under 200 meters in conditions of heavy rainfall, heavy snow fall or dense fog; the hectometer posts are placed at intervals of 100 meter, and the verge posts at 50 meter intervals. This means that if you cannot see the very next hectometer post 100 meters ahead you are allowed to use the front fog light(s). Case in point: you must not use a rear fog light in rainy weather conditions. Not even when it rains heavily! Due to reflection, the glaring red lights will be intensified to such an extent that they will DAZZLE the traffic behind you. This also applies to foggy conditions where visibility is more than 50 meters.\r\n","question_score_id":null,"lang":"","questionAudioPath":null},{"id":524534,"quiz_id":"26555","answer_id":null,"answerType_id":"0","created_at":"2018-08-12 17:29:04","updated_at":"2018-08-13 15:58:02","questionName":"When parking your motorcycle with a sidecar on the carriageway at night, after which of these signs are you obliged to use the sidelights?\r\n","questionTimeSeconds":"0","questionTimeMinutes":"1","questionImagePath":"uploads\/lighting-and-signals\/Screen Shot 2018-08-12 at 19.28.44.png","position":19,"explanation":"Drivers of motorvehicles on more than two wheels and brommobielen, when stopping or parking on the CARRIAGEWAY outside the built-up area during the daytime, under conditions of poor visibility, and at night must use the sidelights (two small front white lights and two small rear or tail lights). This does NOT apply to verges! Case in point: this also applies when stopping or parking in parking lanes, parking bays, hard shoulders and refuge bays located alongside motorroads and motorways. A parking light, on one side of the vehicle only, is not sufficient and therefore NOT allowed in this situation.\r\n","question_score_id":null,"lang":"","questionAudioPath":null}]
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