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Could it be prohibited to drive a vehicle when you are tired?
What increases the risk of speed blindness?
Which of the following is true about your night vision after being dazzled by the full beams of another vehicle?
What does superficial learning mean?
Which option is an example of overlearning?
What does it usually mean if a person standing at a pedestrian crossing point is holding a white cane pointed outward?
What does tunnel vision mean?
Which body part can suffer from a whiplash injury during a collision?
What type of driver mentality is the best?
What is true when it comes to drivers with poor self-knowledge?
What is probability learning?
Can probability learning be good?
What is learning by imitation?
Is it good to rationalise mistakes made in traffic?
When, as a rule, does a person perform best?
Can peer pressure be a positive thing?
What is true about a person with low self-confidence?
What is true when it comes to towbars and whiplash?
Which alternative is a characteristic of a mature driver?
How much of the visual field is made up of central vision?
Which is the most important sense for a driver?
How does the human brain process impressions in traffic?
Which driver generally has the broadest field of observation?
What is an optical illusion?
What is preparedness?
Which aspect of talking on your mobile while driving is the most dangerous?
Is it true that drivers between the ages of 18 and 19 years have the same risk of being in an accident as drivers older than 75?
What should an older driver do when they notice little shortcomings in their own driving?
Which statement is true regarding tiredness in traffic?
In how many per cent of the fatal single-vehicle accidents is the driver intoxicated?
How many people die each year in alcohol-related traffic accidents in Sweden?
What is the limit for aggravated drunk driving?
Can you be charged with aggravated drunk driving even if your blood alcohol was under the legal limit?
Can a driving licence be revoked if there are doubts about the licence holder’s sobriety?
Is it possible to speed up the metabolism of alcohol in the body?
Is it safe to drive the day after drinking large quantities of alcohol?
Can you be sure that your blood alcohol level is low enough to drive by using your own breathalyser?
You have broken your arm and are wearing a cast. Which of the following is true?
Are you ever permitted to drive with narcotics in your blood?
How much of a narcotic that has not been prescribed by a doctor are you permitted to have in your blood when driving?
What is the approximate span of the human field of vision?
Is it true that drivers between the ages of 45–65 years have less of a risk of being in an accident than drivers older than 75?
Which proportion of 60-year-olds have some form of visual impairment?
Is it possible to detect carbon monoxide by smell?
Can coffee reduce tiredness?
Which alternative applies to tiredness?
Which alternative applies to visual impairment?
At what age can a walking child be expected to conduct themselves fairly safely in an environment with traffic?
Which statement is true about deep learning?
Which statement is true?
Is it possible for drunk driving, which cannot be considered aggravated, to lead to a prison sentence?
What is true when it comes to whiplash injuries?
Which alternative applies to conversations with the driver?
What is velocitization, or “speed blindness”?
Can it be a punishable offence to lend your car to a person who is under the influence of alcohol?
Which age group has the best reaction times in traffic?
When do most traffic accidents due to tiredness occur?
You significantly increase your speed. Does the area you perceive visually change?
What reaction time is normal in traffic?
Which option describes defensive driving?
What is true for young men with a driving licence?
How much of the visual field is made up of peripheral vision?
What is the limit for drunk driving?
How much spirits (40%) corresponds to 100 cl of light beer with 3.5 percentage alcohol by volume?
Is defensive driving good?
Which statement is true regarding children in traffic?
Is it suitable to follow the traffic rules in all situations, with no exceptions?
What is true when it comes to taking after your role models in traffic?
Which statement is true regarding traffic accidents?
Which statement is true regarding pride in traffic?
Which option describes reaction formation?
What does the term perception mean?
What does an inexperienced driver primarily focus on in traffic?
What can be the result of the brain receiving insufficient information to make a correct interpretation of a traffic situation?
What can you do to avoid feeling tired?
What is microsleep?
A person with a blood alcohol level of 1.1 per mille is driving a vehicle. Which of the following is true?
According to law, are you obligated to undergo eye exams as the holder of a category B licence?
Which category is the person on the right in the photo considered to be in?
Is it possible for a person with a Norwegian licence to supervise private driving lessons in Sweden?
What level of auditory acuity do you need to be issued with a category B licence?
A young man is driving a car. Which passenger combination entails the greatest risk of having an accident?
Is it true that a person’s gender and body weight have an impact on how intoxicated they will get from a certain amount of alcohol?
What is considered a normal walking speed for a person with no functional disability?
How much alcohol (40%) corresponds to 33 cl of beer with 7.2 percentage alcohol by volume?
How much spirits (40%) corresponds to 50 cl of beer with 3.5 percentage alcohol by volume?
Is it true that 100 cl of light beer (3.5%) contains as much alcohol as 50 cl of strong beer (7.0%)?
Which alternative applies to the assessment of risk and speed?
Can you be punished if you talk on your mobile phone while being involved in an accident?
Which statement is true regarding accidents caused by tiredness late at night?
A person is driving a car with an alcohol blood level of 0.2 per mille. How many times higher is the risk of a fatal accident, as compared with if the same driver had been sober?
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