Question: 1.1.01-104 What can present a danger?

A. Worn tyres

B. Headlights set too high

C. Vehicle in a spectacular colour


What can present a danger?

Option A: Tires that have been used for some time exhibit lesser contact surface as they have low tread and this causes very high braking distance, particularly in wet conditions. This weakens the control of the car and is dangerous in a situation like aquaplaning in which the car loses contact with the surface of the road.

Option B: Applying lights at this position while driving is unlawful because it causes a glare to other drivers leading to a blurring of vision, thus causing an accident. Properly positioned headlights are effective in offering sufficient road lighting and simultaneously they cannot pose a danger to other motorists.

Faisal Nazir
Faisal Nazir , an experienced driver with extensive knowledge of Germany's roads. From mastering the Autobahn to understanding the nuances of local traffic rules.


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