This is an old question that is no longer in use.
Images may be missing and the information may be dated.
Do you have to turn off your full beams when meeting an oncoming train?
“Full beam headlights may not be used [...] when meeting an oncoming track-bound transport [...] if there is a possible risk of dazzling the driver.” (Swedish Road Traffic Ordinance)
The train driver must be able to see the tracks. There may be a moose further down the track, for example. The driver of the train must then have good visibility in order to activate the emergency brake.
Körkortonline.se offers driving licence theory tests. This is an example of an explanation of a test question. English theory test (free demo), Swedish theory test (free demo) and Arabic theory test (free demo).
More examples of explanations: