Question A = 2: The speed indicated on the electronic warning signs are maximum speeds.
Question B = 1: this is a recommended speed, often placed in front of corners where you do not have the opportunity you look too far ahead and speed is not desired.
Question C = 1: Indicates priority road, these are in urban areas placed before an intersection and outside urban areas after an intersection.
Question D = 2: voorangskruispunt applies to drivers themselves. When traffic = road users would also apply to pedestrians and that is not right.
Question E = two: you have to actually stop, count two seconds if need be for yourself.
Question F = 1: closed in both directions for vehicles, riders and accompanying horses animals or livestock.
Question G = 2: a mandatory direction is an arrow in a circular road.
Question H = 1: closed for trucks. Buses may just run in here.
Question I = 1: closed for vehicles with more than two wheels. The motorcycle example is it allowed.
Question J = 2: follow direction. See also Question G.
Question K = 2: no parking, so it may stand still.
Question L = 2: even loading and unloading is no parking and is thus allowed. While the park include the disabled, the valid-in to the view have opportunity disabled parking in the car. The vehicle by itself therefore does not matter in principle.
Question M = 1: one has probably chosen a symbol of a truck, because it is the most plausible, but with the car you can also load and unload.
Question N = 2: ban on vehicles to overtake each other. Also applies to motorcycles.
Question O = 2: The motorway is intended for vehicles which can be faster and are allowed to drive 60 km. per hour. There are only flyovers and no traffic lights.
Question P = 1: the motorway is intended for vehicles which can be faster and are allowed to drive 50 km. per hour. Intersections and / or traffic, you can expect; tractors not the like.
Question Q = 2: within five meters before or after a VOP = crosswalk, you may not park, because then the view is taken away too much for both pedestrians and drivers.
Ask R = 1: dangerous intersection. Nader with caution!
Question S = 2: a moped riders must follow the rules of cycling, so this may be on a bike ride voluntarily, but only with the engine switched off.
Ask T = 2: at night may I always carry great light, as long as I do not inconvenience other road users / dazzled. Whether I ride inside or outside urban areas, does not matter.
Ask U = 1: usually these are "ready overs in or around schools or at other events, etc.
Question V = 2: you must -rijdend in a 30 or 60 km.-zone thus continue to realize you drive into such an area.
Ask W = 1: if different, it is displayed.
- A section on hazard recognition;
- A section on traffic rules;
- A section on traffic insight / risk ?? s.
As of April 1, 2010, you graduate to the new theory test if:
- you're good at least 13 questions from the section hazard;
- you have at least 35 questions right out of the traffic components and traffic insight.